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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (ballad), Hand end Charlie (violinists, dluettists, aicd dacr) andMr H. West. All have a good reception. NVaL..mIorONlHIAt OF VaAcRITcs.-Proprietress, Airs Brisley ; Manager, Mir Tom Arnol d-_Mr and Mrs Kendall (burlesque entertainers) head the bill this aveek. Miss Lottie Adams Subscribers-only content

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    G. Webb (serio- cotnic), with Professor AMarks and his clever soldier dos, com- plete the list. WcELLINGTON IUSso MALL.-Proprietress, AIrs Brisley; AJlanager, Air Tom Artaold.-The fresh announcements this week are Harry Dales (Negro comedian), Kelmar (ventri- loquist), Aiss Nelly Drew Subscribers-only content

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    sketches in which the acting of Mr Terrence is especially worthy of mention. WELLINGTON HALL , OF VARIETIES. -Proprietress, Airs Brisley. -The engagement of the talented Miss Ada Harring- ton has created quite a furore. SHEFFIELD. THEATRE ROYAL.-Lessee, Mr W. Subscribers-only content

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    PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS. (FROM 01UR OWN CORRRSPONDENTS. ABERDEEN. HER MAJESTY'S TEcATRE.-Lessee, Mr WV. M'Farland; General Manager, Mr H. bl'Farland.--The children's Pirates of Penzance opera company are with us this week, nightly delighting large and fashionable audiences. In some respects it Subscribers-only content

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    PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS. I (FROa: OUR OWN CORRE&PONDENTS.) ABEBDEEZf . HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE.-Lesse5 , Mr 1'Farland; General Manager, Mr H. M'Fariand.-Our pretty little theatre is this week crowded nightly by fashionable and enthusiastic audiences drawn together by the good name Subscribers-only content

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    PROVINCIAL THEQATRICALS. (FROM OUR OWN cORRESPONDENTS.) ABEBDEEN2 WMV.lad HERMAJE5TY'sTHEA.TRE.-~Lessee,f MrW. JennarLand General Manager, Mrr H. Di'Farland.M en and her Jo company commenced a week's engagement here on Monday night. The house was full, and the really powerful acting of Subscribers-only content

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    PROVINCIAL TIBEATRICALS. (FROM OUR OWN'f CORRESPONDENTS.) ABERDEEN. HEnR MAJESTY'STHEATRE. -Lessee, 3rlV. M'Farland; General Manager, Mr H. MtFarlafd.-lVere it not for capital acting, tasteful costume. and sparkling music, The Babes; or, WT, )iines frees the TFood, with us just now Subscribers-only content

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    PROVINCIA L THEATRICALS. (FROM OUR owN CORRESPONDENTS.) ABEZBDARE. A vmsv pretty.diorama entitled "Zealandia" has just finished a fairly successful visit to the Temperance Hall. Scenes from the Maori War were very cleverly depicted, and the introduced comic business won Subscribers-only content

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    Mr James Millings, song and dance artist; and Mr George Bunyan complete a most attractive company. WELLINGTON VAIAIE }Es.-Proprietrsas, Mers Brisley. -Messrs Chester and Lee's marionettes continue from last week with unabated success. SOUTHAMPTON. PRINCE OF WALES'S ROYAL THEATR'.-Lessee and Subscribers-only content

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    1lrartcery lane. d J. Daniel and to. Bristol, oil-men. Solicitor, Dir. Poole, f t6 Gray't Is n. Iy D. Ward, Brisley, Norfolk, seed-merchant. Solicitor, fi le Mr. Poole, Gray's Iln. tl J. Taylor, Fore stiet, draper. Solicitor, Mr. Pullen, a Subscribers-only content

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    ad. frttL hamn, on Sunday morning, onl a donktey, with two pair Hl ec 01' bouts, for a gentleman at Brisley ; anad on his way home, in ie the the evening, he was mree in the most inhutnan manner Subscribers-only content

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    Fre- of derick's-place, Old Jcwry. old J ICHARDS, Oxford-street, livery stable keeper, July 21, Aug. 12, at Basingliill-street. Sol,, AIr. Brisley, Church- yard-court, Temple; official assig., Mir. Groom, Abehurcs- Ile hlne, Lombard-strect. ras T. MILLER, Green-street, Leicester-square, baker, July as Subscribers-only content

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    Lichfield. Rev. J. Snowdon ; vicar of Trinity, Richmond, Yorkshire. Rev. George Edmund Tatham, rector of Ryburgh; rural dean of Brisley and Toftrees. Rev. David Thomas;, rector of Garsington, Oxon. Pat- rons, Trinity College. Rev. J. Woodhouse, vicar of Byker, Subscribers-only content

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    the day named, and died before him medical assistance could be obtained. Verdict, "Disease of Ihen the heart." the less BRISLEY. On Sunday, Dec. 22nd, after a sermon bythe Rev. Alfred rick Newdigate, rector of Kirk Heallam, a collection of Subscribers-only content

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    upon having in baud a larger balanse than there has been for some years. Mr. Coleman audited tbe accounts. t BRISLEY. The annual vestry meeting was held on Tuesday, the Rev. W. H. Neep (carate) presiding. The accounts for the Subscribers-only content

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    Gray's-inn; off. asaig., Bell, Coleman-st.-hdgs. RecsAan Cox, Chalford, Gloueestershire, stonemason, July 8 & 30, at 11, at Bristol Ct. Sols., Brisley, Pancras-la., & Paris, Stroud; off. asaig., Hutton, Bristol. Hmnay FOAN, Ycovil, glove manufacturer, July 8 at 1, & July Subscribers-only content

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    Birmingham; off. asal isntree minC.Mm. * a alyBu mIIARLES GIIEAM, Painswick, Gloucestensaire v 28, at 11, at Bristol Ct. Sole., Brisley, C pide, W Cct & Stroud; off. assig., Aeraman, Bristol. Wrr.ILIAr LHODGSON GcATIrc & JorN T&N-EmRR, xoines W wickshire, Subscribers-only content

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    a-ig., Bird, Liverpiool. Wi ltat WeF:'1', Strottid, Gloucestorehire, builder, Sept. S & (l. t, at It, at Bristol Ct. tSolo. Brisley, 1'aneriolauic, & XWctr±, Sirolud oIf. asig., Acritoan, Bri-tolt Joio eii Tavistoclt, Dcvinoshire, catile salesman, Aug.11 at I, .v Sept. Subscribers-only content

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    Canonvy of Mapeshury, in St. Paul's Cathedral, 'London; value,'20t.; patron, Bishop of 'London; Rev. J. T. Bar rett, D:D., deceased. Brisley Rectory, with Gateley Vicarage, Norfolk; dio- cese Norwich; value, 4861., 'with "residence patrons; Christ's Oollegei Cambridge ;-Rev. J. T. Subscribers-only content

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    Pycroft, BI.A. (Perpetual Curate of St. Mary, Barastaple), to Barnstaplc Deanery Rural, diocese Exeter. * Rev. John Smith, B.D., to Brisley Rectory, with Gateby Vicarage, Norfolk; value 4861., with residence; patrons, Christ's College, Cambridge. Rev. Henry Wright, Rector of Thirxton, Subscribers-only content

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