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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. MYSTmRIOUS OCCUaRRVNCc-A clergyman, named Hanson, while travelling in Ireland last May, suddenly ceased a correspondence with his family. Painful conjectures are entertained respecting him. A con- siderable sum in Bank notes, which he had with him, Subscribers-only content

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    sMISCELLA NE O US, II . . 18~~~~~~ A le A pamphlet, by M. Emile de Girardin, entitled le "La Guerro," will appear at Paris in a few days. a DEATH OF THE DEAN o0 CHICHESTE.-.We regret Le to Subscribers-only content

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    THE JAMAICA'MASSACR.ES . A lecture was delivered on Thursday night, in the Clayland's Chapel, Jlaphain-road, on the Jamaica massacres, by the Rev. Alfred Bourne, who has recently arMved in England from Mauchioneal, in the centre of the disturbed districts, Subscribers-only content

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    THE MARKETS. . . _I CORN .MARKET-MARCH 9. We have had only a moderate arrival of Wheat from Essex and Kent, and there was a good demandfor fine parcels by our millers, at improved rates of from is. to Subscribers-only content

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    eight o'cloclt. PIGEON SHOOTING, &c. MATCH oF PIGEON-PLYING._On MondaV, a match was decided be- tween pigeons belonging to Alills and Clayland, of Camden-town, to fly from Brighton. the stakes were 5 sovs a side. The birds were of the dragon Subscribers-only content

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    B3IRTELS. B&CON.-Oa the 4th inst., at the Rutland Arras, Xewmarket, the wife of Mr Tihomas Bacon, of a daughter. BAZALGETTE. - Oa the 3d iost, at Morden, Surrey, the wife of J. W. Boaalzette, Esq., of a daughter. KIRKMAN. Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. BUCKSTONE.-On the 13th inst., at Peak.hill, ISydenharo, irs Buck stone, of a daughter. DRENNAN'.-Oa the 11th inet., at 6, Addieon-creecent, Keafiogto, the wife of William Drennan, EEq., C.ti., of twin daughters. GARDINER.-Oa the 13th inst., at 9, Taviton-atreet, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, IMay 9. BAN1KRUPTCY ANNULLED.-MARY THOMAS, Swansea, grocer. BANtiIUPTS.-W. ARMITAGE, Bridge-street, Kilburn-H. BRAD- LEY, Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-sq-qare, house agent-H. BROWNRIGG, Lime-street, City, merchan--J. N. CHAMPION, Baring-street, New North-road, houee decorator-J. S. CLAY, Bartholomew-road, Kentish- town, lithographic artist-D. COLGROVE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H OPWOOD and CREW'S NEW MILITARY AND BRASS BAND JOURNAL, Edited by STANTON JONES. The First and Second Numbers of tiis excellent Jotirmial are low Ready, containing COOTE'S PAULINE WALTZES, and COOTE'S PRINIA DONNA QUADRILLES. Pricc 2s. cachl; or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE, ,THE EDITOR IS SIOT UEOSPOSIB5S FOR tTHe OPIION9 EXPRES3L.D BY CORRESPOND ENTS.1 THEATRICAL CRITICISMII. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ERA. Sir,-It is an important question, how far a system is justifiable by which a man assumes to Subscribers-only content

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    r1111E LYDIA THOMPSON TROUPE in, I AMElIC'A. \riss Lvdia Thompscll and her Tr'oupe are now fulfilling an extended Tt'le througb tbe WESTFlIN and SOUTHERN STATES with the ,,lost tioparalleled success. They Return to NILO'S 3ARDEN, NEW yoJitK, April 4th, Subscribers-only content

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    ilE LYDIA THOMPSON -TROUP-E Ill A MERICA. : m Lvdia ThompsOn att ier T'oupe are now fulfilling an extended, 6otl;l thlouLgh the WESTERN and SOUTHERN STATES with the, tsout uaparalleled success. TheylteturntoNIBiLO'S -ARDEN,NEW Yltl, April 4th, 1870. 1SS NlELLIE Subscribers-only content

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    L PAIAC'L.-SH11LLING OPERAS.- fl jtiC tcception of, and large attendanlces at, the Per. wor 0hC I L, lLS OPELA "TilE LILY OF KILLARNEY" ,inictL rEN ltA^VN) Last Week, las inlituced its repetition on (1tl Li, II T UESDAY next. Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON " FRlOU-FROU " COMPANY. Under the Management of , A DEMOISELLE BEATRICE. . l/ Stage Management under the Direction of Mr HORACE WIGAN. ARTISTS. Sir HENRY SINCLAIR, Drury-lane Theatre. Sfr G. LOREDAN, Theatre Imperial Lyrique, Paris. SIr Rt Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON 'FROU-FROU" COMPANY. Under the Management of M ADEMOISELLE BEATRICE. M Stage Management under the Direction of Mr HORACE WIGAN. ARTISTS. Mr HENRY SINCLAIR, Drury-lane Theatre. Mr G. LOREDAN, Theatre Imparial Lyrique, Paris. Mr T. CHAMBERS, Theatre Royal, Manchester. Subscribers-only content

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    proposed union, as he is attached to Bell Gaunt (Miss Jenny Grainger), who had been brought up with Nell at Clayland Macarsl but resides with her reputed mother in the Lodge at the entrance to Mr. Treherne's park. Enraged by Subscribers-only content

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    I .1 I i I i I I I p I p I I I i p I. 0 F I II I i i i ,T0 BE LE, |-And may be Lntered-uponk at1Mtchoelras nr t. A Capital HOUTSE, Subscribers-only content

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    Derbyshire Jkliclaelnzas Sessions., 7FlHIE next General Quarter SiJiones of the j PYeace for thi Cou0sty of Derby, will be at Aeld tt Dcrby on Tuetwelay the7th day7of OAs&cr I next, at Ten in the Morning, ofJ'wht' al/hJrtrors, yf Oftcers Subscribers-only content

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    April, i808. TO COVER THIS SEASON, At SWAIsiSIowE, near Derby, The handfomie brown Horfe o 0 R LAND O. R ACING Alares at Five Guineas, and other Mares at TWO Guineas and Five Shillings the-Groomu. Thorough-bred Maires, that have Subscribers-only content

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    P-DRAPERY, 4C. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, ry.Alrr.TITfltUTON ' Tlis'day, (Tlurdelay Ithle tilt of April, 1808,) and tht fi%,e follow lcg days, its a latge lEoomu at Mr. Witti. Deaken's, .Burton*upots-Tretlt. & Large St,,ck of Litton anud. WVollen Drapery, Subscribers-only content

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