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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (hi f rfis-Sedai it~he 11it hiilt~ i~Ltr>S' tFrF. 'A Delane,5q 0 oF a son r' _ ' ,r ,, ' .: , . . _ A d i al ? S 1$fcpiiami K C 13 to Mi H iersou, Subscribers-only content

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    Lamarquce, (General) Lobau, 1-karel, Pire, Plrrci-, .Crinullt, Relgnanid (de St. Jean d'Ang-e!ey), Poirnaereuil, Ar- r !i (of ladaie), Dejesri, lie. Carran, ReaI, Boiivier Diieatsrd, *\;r~i i (ot iDoiea. I)orta~c'ia Div-at, Deferrnoiit, Bory St. 's'iirear, Flix De-. nireS, Cs Giarni -er-eSaities, Subscribers-only content

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    I erne, heshire, re, s maser minaer. S. Bakelr, Badffeord, Essexp inete and glaze . C. P'rocgte, Leedsvgentleman's servant.,egrvr H. Carran, Clyateet, F aln rosreh, tanoerler an rapero. E.. CotoHmnfordn steraee, Felntonvlle, dauluerst ae. J. Elston, SL A laen', erstfWrwihire, Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. A4 Mlan Mlade of M1oney. By Douglas Jerrold. With twelve illustrations on steel, by John Leech. Punch Office. There is little fear of a lecture against money-worshlip proving out of date in these days of digging, Subscribers-only content

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    SI bituarp. HIs BXCELLvxcY M. na BILLN, Danish Minister at this Court, died suddenly on Saturday morning, at the residence of the Danish lega- tion, from disease of the heart. His Excellency attended the Queen's Drawing-room on Tuesday, and Subscribers-only content

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    were first known, as fresh reading rof a most agreeable kind. rSome pages, we should say, are new. When Mr Carran understood that his Sketches were to be re-published, he de- sired leave to preface them with a memoir of Subscribers-only content

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    this Day, Saturday, March 20th, at half-pnst Three o'clock, Dean Swift, his Critics and Biographers. Monday Enening next, Mlarch 28th, Carran, and the Wits and Orators of the Irish Bar. Saturday Afternoon, April 2nd, Milton, the Patriot, States. man, Prose Subscribers-only content

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    small. The Government must have known that the demand was unreasonable and should not be granted, but the fleas, which Carran said would have had him out of bed if they had only been of one mind, were unanimous, and Subscribers-only content

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    Gas-thor'.--, err) I ourlayta, Sir tGeor-'e Chetrvynd. Sir Chart-s 1 is- opp (colone) Foirester, theo M.As-qili of nilarirau Eaxi rl Carran, Sir Chat-Ic Ru~ssll, Sic Jfra-di-ciick .1 iih-s'ot ciir 3.1)I. 'itie'' arid itie Ilian. Tiiia i~oia-. Pr lienatl has tabc Subscribers-only content

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    mis- lemeanour in obetructing the police were Margaret Coll, Charles M'Bride, Ann Doherty, Darby M'Cool, Bernard M'Gee, Daniel Ferry, Thomas Carran, and John Earkin. The Attorney-General entered a node seroscqui in the case of Hugh Mfulligan (Derrybeg), Hugh Mulligan (Magheraclogher), Subscribers-only content

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    at the Public Hall, to numerous and highly fashionable audiences. The subject on Monday, when Dr. SLack presided, wyas " Carran and the Wits of the Irish Bar " ; that of Tuesday, when the Rev. Hamil- ton Davies took Subscribers-only content

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    Ristritt, NW.. D~UDLEY. Tar WOnCESTERSHI5RE YsLOANRY.-Yesterday morning the Dudley Station of the Oxford and Worcester Railway presented a very animated appearance, in consequesce of the assembling of upwards of fifty. of tise Worcestarshire Yeomanry Caveiry-usost of them inhabitants of Subscribers-only content

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    vagabond. STnALxNo HALF-A-CROWN.-WsjIiam Evans, a tailor, living in a court in Branston Street, was charged with stealing half-a- crown. Margaret Carran, Bartholomew Street, said that about half-past eleven o'clock on Saturday night she was walking up Bell Street, having a Subscribers-only content

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    We stated briefly on Saturday that the man Carran, arrested on suspicion of havingbeen the caabdoivor who il11 treated Miss Jolly, was re-examined, on Fridiy at the Dublin Police Court. Mr. Barry, Q.C. (Instructed by Mr. Anderson) prosecuted; and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    a loss whither to direct his course of military operations, and finds himself somewhat a. uncomfortable at head-quarters as Philpot Carran in that 'bed from which the fleas would drag him out. right if they only all pulled unanimously."' In Subscribers-only content

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    [BY ELECTRIC TELCGRA-II.] DruLJY, WVedneSday. The trial of Byrne, the warder of Richmond Prison, still continues. He is defended by Carran and Hcron, and the case is not likely to close this day. This morning early the police discovered over Subscribers-only content

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    CHEAP 1'REPA1D AD VERTMeEMF2I2 . ForroeecstcoInsrton ofth gasss f mall Advestlsementa portrsisilod elo thefolowig aept e ?paid1 charges:-_ 13 wods. nce. 6(1. lltl~w~ds, nce.Is. Kd Ditto TbretbiS~tI~is.. i. 0(1 Ditt Thre Insrtion.. I. Gdl AdvetisOSOtS eceeing32 wrdsaree~ssgedat he rte Subscribers-only content

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    filelb ; bic's. oionriitet (Iii. pedloil if raWoed beI rirle Stretet o aurl.I~ tionGenlirri tise actmionl,-Apply, WV. J. Wa'rtson, 6,- Carran Lann. -__ 3__ ;'4 1U2INISHEID Hiausic to Let,, at fl~itaer, close to Pank anld elation. F. -35 rs. Ciarkra. Subscribers-only content

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    response to the Lord Slayer's letter on behalf of the pro. perty ewnete in Ireland. Aprocess-server named Coloe, of Gartermore, Carran gallen, who lis been- under police protection, yesterday tired a revolver from a public-house in Mohill, county Leitrim, and Subscribers-only content

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    SOret e6i62 GC112TLS RSSdl, yeietmker; coot this season £05. los; slen~d ualty.Sfi.-Ssphnnei, 13, Worcecter Street, JI JANISOME1 India-rssbber reversible waterproof Carran Rag J~Lchaste patterna; superior quality ; roomsy. 14S, l. -Stephen- son, IS, Womeoter Street. 1ARNESS II vergslated Cart set) Subscribers-only content

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