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    daughter of Sir EitzWHIliam Barrington, Baft. On the 6th itiLt., W. lRamsdeii, Es' son of Str Jrhu haumsadu, Bart., of Byram, York, to Lady AnnabeUa Paulet, eitdet daughter of the Marquis of Win- eh~ster. On the 2d ult. -Wiffian Srieon, Subscribers-only content

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    advisable to remove her to town as soon as possible, and the parry accordingly left Sir J. Ramsden's seat at Byram for London on Wednesday morning, greatly to the disap- pointment of the people of Wakefield. On Monday Robert White, Subscribers-only content

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    members who fill official appointments, at dinner on the 15th instant. The Duke and Duchess of Somerset have arrived at Byram, on a visit to Sir John Ramsden, M.P.., and Lady Gwendolin Ramsden, from Bulstrode, Bucks. The Earl and Countess Subscribers-only content

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    and other heads of departmefts" - L ad Ducess of Somerset have left Sir John and T1qe DUke%1 eDmsden's seat, Byram, Yorkshire, on a Gwendoi Lady tS; FrederiLck and Lady Eermione Graham, at Njeit near Carlisle. eThe l5ule end Ducaess Subscribers-only content

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    Kane's work on the Arctic Expedition was all the rage a short time ago in American society. An engraver, nained Byram, has lately sued the publishers, Lloydl aid Co., of Philadelphia, for the sum of 314 dollars due for engraving Subscribers-only content

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    Italian Marble, 'nd the Sprup Cocka arranged in front, over which is a Silver Plate, with the na-eg of the Byram engraved. The Syrups are varied such as LEIMON, VANILLA, COWEE, RAPSBBERY, CHOCOLATE, GINGEM, STRAWBERRYl, oRANGEI PINEAPPLE; NECTAR, &o.. Ac, Subscribers-only content

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    strictly carried out. Sir .James W. iamsnoen recently introduced the plan of letting out sniall allotmcnts to cottagers on his Byram estato, in West Yorkshire, and is has proved so successful tiat the system is about to be adopted on Subscribers-only content

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    THE CONVEYANCE 0F GOODS. A NEW DEPARTURE. At the last mcetinlg of the South Staffordshire and w Birminglam District Steam Tramwc-ys Company (Limited) e mention was made of a scheme which was being matured ti for the collection, conveyance, Subscribers-only content

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    ay, ~t~thli n ecc lent tleinl for- rip~k ng; clotb. also the best matetials for making FMirx's hounds meeiasJ at Byram, on Q;! ae~i ttt lia21esioodt, tn drsy at 1Oo'el . at . atJ tn riti) g WOIt't-t d~ly slt Subscribers-only content

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    large and populous Villigcs of Brachertan andaFuirbet'n, andt ad are nost nwov; Ithan a Mile troti Btwrtor-Satilon.t . r Poole, Byram,' Sutton, and Fcir'br ilje The Riser ;;th Aire is verv near, and the Market Tosrt2'bl f Pontefract I tt Subscribers-only content

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    owned.ilao vts met Mr. Fox's hounds meet at Stiitton-Mill, on .cd Monday ;at Tadocaster Bar, oa Wednesrlaty, andfi nd at Byram, on Friday next; each day aL half. npast tell O'.clock. 11. Last week, 'lost less than four inquisitions i- Subscribers-only content

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    elfectshould be made to Governmentwithout delay. Mr. Fox's Houinds meet at Red-Hnuse-Wood, on Monday; at Kippax-Park, on Wednesday; and at Byram, ion Friday next; each Day at half Past ten o'clock. Molineux the black, vanquished Powers I baker, in a Subscribers-only content

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    MULTUM IZA'r PARVO. ?irliarrent, i i h reported, will-le dissolved as soon Us-tile C. L tIlie Question jis dilipnased of'-- -. An Address lrohm tio Corporation of Glasg-ow'to C ial the Prince Repent,appm's in Sat urday's Gazetti', 6Ys thanking, Subscribers-only content

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    feossa Scarboroog. Sat. ceba, Armin; Ella BumOn; and'Duton, .CQi; frOrd Weill. Lalusa, Herberi fto Brankaater. Dolphin, Parker, from litowich, A,.oin, fTnsend, Irom Wondbridre. Mary Ingram; andBraiower, Hides, from Wlsbch. Exehante Byram, from Boston. Ann and Elizabeth, Bo.th, from Spalding. I Subscribers-only content

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    -were discharged 26 patients cured, and 2 relieved. CHASE.-1r. F ox's Hounds meet at Cam - blesforth-Comnson, on Monday; at Byram, on Wedlesday ; and atBilton-banks,ou Friday next; each day at half-past lo o'clock. THE ILLUAILNATION. MR. EDrroe,-Aliovr ise tn Subscribers-only content

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    in the several Tenures of sul nd John Mann, George Lister, Henry Tomlinson, Wil- nel lia!Zn l,eacl, Mary Buck, Jelr Byram, Abraham My- anr 1I ers, ant .lron Normsin gton. -Ite The Tenants will show the Premises, aerd further wil Subscribers-only content

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    Salde, from London. 13. Friendship, natty; Nartdn, AMT. 17. lJone, Higgihll Jouis & Marv Ann, Kfate ;. Gvorge, ad Ann, Byram, from Wisbecli .1 Priress, WYaright, fromn. Boston. 17. Susasnah, -all; Thomas V rirbelh, P Mrit. 1I. Ensleavoikr, Carter; Priear Subscribers-only content

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    CHASn.-TThe Earl of IHarewood's Fox- hounds Isteet on Monday next, at Clifford-Moor; on Wednesday, at Tockwith; and on Friday, at Byram; each day at ten o'clock. We are authorized to state, that a Fallow Deer will be turneil out before Subscribers-only content

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    Proveidnce, Hamiliton; 171elipy Rott im, Ilamilt,.sl, front Lynni. April 34. Julio I Maty, Piiidtr; 1'rldrtuli,'p ilatq ' (Geote alud Aain, Byram ; Elldeavour, Palmer. ld.'v 4. Tbomas s-. Elizaibeth, Petrel, fromh lisbeaell. I, .Mrai, Smith; Tihomnel & Anli, Blortrup. 4I. Subscribers-only content

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    R,srr V.Arnoldl, Thomas & Janse, Moody ; Sarah, Bell-fresa L~ondon. 1 17. Mallha & Sarah, Rhodes; 230. George & Ann, Byram; _ P'iovidlence, C;Hile- Ilope, eHrker Pvtiovidenee, Lee; Penelope, Coatees, *tS. Mary Ann, Walker,; Mlarv, I hor. rocks Presv'ils'nce, Gill Subscribers-only content

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