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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    His- tory of Greece; and a volume of Geometry. There have also been published the Lives of Wolsey, Coke, Blake, Caston, Niebubr, Mahomnet, Wren, Neiiton, Galileo, and Kepler, which will speedily be made into a volume. Besides these, the following Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the Commonwealth. All the recent biographers, nevertheless-Sir Egerton among them-per- sist in following their predecessors, and call Milton's mother Caston, on the most uncertain, and generally inaccurate, authority of Edward Philips. Nothing can be more beautiful than the general Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    possible to St George's Hospital, where every requisite attention was promptly afforded her. NARROW ESCAPE.-A tradesman in Blackman street, named Caston, carrying on the occupation of a " general dealer," had a narrow escape from suffocation a few days ago, Subscribers-only content

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    I zra,?c ?allb I Snositahtlieldl Pl.atnee, MOteNDAY.-The arrival of cattle and sheep from tlce Continent into the port of London durin-- the past weklt has been very maode- rate. The Caston-bo1Lsoe returs gives-261 oxen, G1S cows, 3i1 calves, sad Subscribers-only content

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    . SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACING NOTES. The sport was not nearly so good at Derby as was generally I eapcted, but the attendlanceowas a bumper. Several alterations rlavle bearn. effected Since last meeting, not the least noticeable of which being Subscribers-only content

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    O iROAL D v iRS vit . . .~~~EE OEF . 1> ! LONG STAP~LE SELECTED ELSTIC O WOLS, d - . N usE nmQxnsD AND mmONASLE COLOnUIa. Y .I~oatlol~vovo. fr uli'Dreseca equale thie In ffenex al utUty, f Subscribers-only content

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    "SWANT'RD" OLASof.ADvBRTISEMENTs9 F tIfr consecutive insertlone of tite classes of small Advrtilement'~j vartlcurlarised below the following. are the prepaid chargee ;- 9! 16 Words, Once ...*... .~ frI. 1 17 to 22 W~ords. Ongo.... Is. Ost vantl Ditto, Three Subscribers-only content

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    quality of the Goods kept; by thcw is well kmown to the inhabitants, THE S HA WL S TOCKX, COMR~seIaN01- Caston Crape Sleawle Frcouch raisley.Sleawls. Shetland 'Shawls Athenian Shawls Ktnitted Wool Shawls Imcrci Cashmeere Shawls Norwicht Silk Shawls Welsb Wool Subscribers-only content

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    Leicestershire, and on Saturda7 a shocking accident was reported to the coroner. Three labourers took refuge in a hovel at Caston, and the hovel was struck by hghtening, killing a man named Kettle. The other two men were uninjured. The Subscribers-only content

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    ifTS AND PUELIU-HOUSES (cmahd). \~ '457 F) s'Pol r~-loots.-.o' rental, with Nlv5W to urine Irtel,.'-_ A'ldetcs. Z21, Daily ['eels TO, BUSDIESSES FOR SALE, &o.- ,L~ I;-, 'I it: c gI itI-k weely, at good priecs :last tovei~ti' I vlo Subscribers-only content

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    came next, and a short run was made off Woof. He then n g straight drove the doctor for 4, Caston misfielding the ball. He off-drove the nt delivery high up, but Rad- thc t ciffe misjudged the cata, and Subscribers-only content

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    BORSES. CA'KLIAGLS. U-., FOR SALE) coat!.) 8 ni. ~'1:Y ''-I'1'~ ( eittil. M-. rit~outobl. n-ew sii'cn : A 3 n~t- . .t:.i-W'' LS. tc...-, il '1, 50''j ar- ii-.lr izb . stiu~t. IC ? T, --,;,! . ,d lrooi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p3ubliicmulotmento. TIIVr1TE 'ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. Tllr0 l e ,ei" IAleo~lgemellt of Mr. M1. 81. Simpson.) fli ,~11ILEo1EN ur heSEAONonAMONDAY,S1ep- Ill. II shortly he announced. ~218 11' ~IIEAkTRE3, MOOR STREET. ScT F"'I ',\dlgts of thmse Talented Artistes and j;,11,0S110IWA~tr and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    YOUTHS, uoed to tine Tradle.-Apply to J. Pistter, 1]4, Scholefieldl Street. c1952 TAIN TED, a good WORtKMAN, tMs Drogs Socket Caston. None Y others needi apply.-Addilres, 640, Daily lost. c1981 NITANTED, a METAL SPINNER; one 5 ised to tire Chwriago Subscribers-only content

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    grabnn'T Abbrt00eo . SILKS. SILKS. T URNER, SONS, AND NEPHEW. I:LACK GLACE SILKS, ls. lI.d., 2s. 3'd., 2s. Gd. LYONS AND EXTRA WIDE, 2s. 9d., 3s. 3d1., 3s. Gl., 3s 11ld. GOOD USEFUL SILKS, £1. 7s. Gd., LI. 10s. Subscribers-only content

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    Street, Cavendish Square. Bentlev, %hos;s Annand, Castle Street, Shrewsbury, gentleman. enil, Philip. Fisheton a.nger, Wilts, builder. Bererord, Rev. John James, Caston, 5Northantptonshlre, clerk. Berridge, James Samunel. and ISt. hiitts, planter. O aley. Mdichael Rowland, .i St. Thomas, manager Colonsia Bank. Subscribers-only content

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    Company a itended railway between it and Buer~os Armes merchandise oMd he transportel from the hiap to the Banneo Ayrec Caston. House in one-tontl of the time now required. had at one-half the expense, while all dange of losw or Subscribers-only content

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    Wo - iratj BR~~s s(7X@Rs~ \\a ss( '.T.a,,bndi,7: A, - BR~f tr~ttraviei~is vzl T'Ot1L 1eil<..1 lv'r'e~ wr-Rii Di afllri ,lCrofti Caston StWnta WTIKo.eg 12. Couior.n Ste. - - fLICM a ],s,8.AR Gri, ,'.. with I i='S ITTILto wacbancii, tlio lgb, Subscribers-only content

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    'They had sobools for girls, meetings for women, and a system of visitation for, atb least, a few females in Caston To properly and effectively carry out the work; ambeWAt the women of China, they mnust have lady missionaries, and Subscribers-only content

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    CHEAP PR-EPAI17 ADVERTISEMEN~TSI For cosescidive Insertions of thle clansss of smnsU AdvertlSementz partlenlerisod beloW the following are the jssepaldc charges:- 16 words, Once .... li . 7 to 32 words. Onc.... Is. Oa. Ditto, Three Insertlonz. 15. tiil.I jy~ Subscribers-only content

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