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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his own in return. I~t. is- added, 'sacys thq arcottt that the Prince has tp- nointed Ihiin ontiof his Airl-de Camps. Perhaps-so, irid hie mnay pu~t down Count BERTRAND ini thIist too; but it isf a ditlerent,.thrne to mlnae aid Subscribers-only content

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    ^ 7 13 TELL WENCL'. :' ' - 1 .: : i . T' i rl . ; ' a : BOARD OF INQUJIRY. N4 : XIXl D.J.-DEG. 13, ; ir ll. Dairymqriple, Sir j. iBurrard, and Sir A, Subscribers-only content

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    Esq. Solicitor, of luidi? 'water, io- Miss Scraggsi-of BRoekingharn. On the 4th instant, Mr. Baniister, of the Strand, to Mitt Camps, of Slreethamln Abbey, Rsnex,. and o - the sd of Apil last, Ill r. Banistyr, of Middie-ro'w, -olborgt, to Subscribers-only content

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    supposing that the decision on which he plumed himself implied the treatment of experienced Statesmen, as he would his Aid-de, Camps in the bustle of a catopaign. Thev saw that there could be no place for. them in a Cabinet Subscribers-only content

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    the War of the; Succession in Spain; in Flanders, under Prince Eugene;, during the Seven Years'. War in Germany; its Camps gns in Holland and Flanders; and- in the Expedition to the iHelder, under the Duke o'f York: in Egypt; Subscribers-only content

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    PERSONAL NEWS. - The opposition bench is now without its leading members. Sir R. Peel, Lord Stanley, Sir J. Graham, Sir H. Hardinge, &c, some days ago took leave of the House for the session, and quitted town. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of silver, and of gold, was coined in her nane. She assuied the titles of Augusta, and Mother of the Camps. Her power ended only with her life; but her life was perhaps shortened by the ingratitude of Tetricus.'-.Dcchae and Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. PARLIAMENTARY PAPER.-Memorandum of the Sala Ties required for the Establishment of the Earl of Dur- ham, as Governor-General of British North America, and her Majesty's High Commissioner, &c. &c.-" Gover. nor. General,-. -Chief Secretary, 1,5001.-Military ditto, 7001.-Two Assistant Subscribers-only content

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    THETRE ROYAL (WillTGANDER. I TO -.MO(-RROW will be -perfotmed Dr Acne',s OpFria I of ARTAXERXESC Artaxeresn Madame Vests sac' banns, SMr teensani; .Ahaces, Mr NsV. Harr~ison; ildasse a, Cuss Biarfereh. Aft-r which, !111'rTER1 VERSC' CLATTETL. CaPsaiss Patter Mr Cheesies Subscribers-only content

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    took to soldiering at a more advanced age than the Major, and all his pleasure now is in an army. Camps and canton- ments he speaks of with the enthusiasm of the Major, who would however not have omitted the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Forster, Esq. - 3 "Hood's Own" - -. 010 0 D. Maclise, Esq. - - 2 2 0 Wom. Camps, Esq. - - 1 0 E. Cardwvell, Esq. - 2 2 0 T. . King, Esq. - - I Subscribers-only content

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    of their lewd de- meanour, which were too tedious to write; as knoweth God, who send you prosperous health. "From Camps, the 22d day of January. "Your assured, "A. OXFORD. "To Master Cromwell, one of the king's most honour- able Subscribers-only content

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    February. Wet weather had nearly put a stop to business. The inundation of the Sacramento had sub- sided. At Sonorian Camps much gold had been found, one entire piece weighing upwards of 231b. It was reported that a piece of Subscribers-only content

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    of Caoear. 2. Tle Pelpil: its Defects and Capabilities. 3. Wordsworth's Growth of it Poet's Stind. 4. Goermania: its Courts, Camps, and People. 8. The Manufacture of Sugar. 6. A Fable for Critics. 7. Haverniek's Introduction to the Pentateuch. 8. Subscribers-only content

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    Oxford street near the Pantheon. Iron and brass bedsteads in every variety,' cots, invalid beds, German sprng mattresses, and bedding. Camps and barrack furniture. A liberal discount to shippers and the trade. C A US T I 0 N.-To TR.ADE[EN, Subscribers-only content

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    Shirley Brooks. Chapter XXV. A Quarter of a Minute. Chapter XXVI. The Owlagoin. Chapter XXVII. The Young Wife's Troubles. 2. Camps and Manceuvres. 3. A Gossip about New Books. 4. The Weird Man. 5. A Journey from Westminster Abbey to Subscribers-only content

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    withher Correspondence vith the Great Men ofher Day. By the Baroness BLsEza DE BriaR, Author of' Germania, its Courts and Camps.' 2 vols. post 8vo. A NEW and REVISED EDITION, with Additions, of Mr KAY1:'S ADNINIST RATION of the EAST Subscribers-only content

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    Correspondence with the Great Men of her Day. By the Barones BLAZe S55 Bury, Author of' Germania, its Courts and Camps.' ScO. TV. A NEW AND REVISED EDITION, WITH ADDITIONS, OF MR KIAYE'S ADMINISTRATION OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY. 8ve, Subscribers-only content

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    Court of England under the Princess of Orange. By the Baroness BLAeZE nD BUnY, Autbor of 'Germania: iTs Courts and Camps,' .&cB. ln post Svo. IV. M A U D: a City Autobiography. 2 vols. post 8ro, is. V. SCANDINAVIAN Subscribers-only content

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    Court of England under the Princess of Orange. By the BARaONESS BLAZE DE Boan, Author of ;Germania: its Courts and Camps,' &c. &c. In post 8vo. IV. DISCOVERY OF THE SITE or TItE DESTROYED CITIES OF THE PLAIN, SODOM AND Subscribers-only content

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