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    Marchb-Daily PapMrO, DARTOREM PoNtrea.-The moor-horse, or rather poney, is indigenous and almost in a state of nature. The late Captain Cotgrave, of the prison, lad a great desire to possess a poney, and having seen one on Mr Bray's property Subscribers-only content

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    at the ceremony, is noav in her- &8th year.X O Thura~lay, the 19th instant, at St. George's, Bloomshury, R. B. Cotgrave,. Esq. R. N., to Emily Hf enrietta, youngest daughter of R. tIlis, Esq., of Tor-e rington-lqiiaie. Ac St. George's, Subscribers-only content

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    Stillwell, Bridgewater square, City, gold and silver wire drawers-J. Bagisley and J, Gray, Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire, millers-G. M. Barker and H. M. Grifflitbs, Birmingham~ attorneys-at-law-J. Breffit and M. Johnson, Sileby, Leicestershire, fancy hosiery manufacturers-J. M. Brown, J. A. Newth, and T. Subscribers-only content

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    something publishecl anoyvmoLnsly a L'rench word bouk. In OtU Cotgnave expanded it. JI I (;'.J or l7(): Boyer furtiler e\panded Cotgrave. ChalolflJij(ul sllnccfeded Boyer. It is his improved Buoyer ` 'u',VlhlJe in all forms. and copied even to the misprints, Subscribers-only content

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    twenty years a mem- ber of the House of Commons. Sir Charles married, in 1800, the daughter of Major John Cotgrave, of Madras, and by that lady has had issue four sons and one daughter. He is succeeded by his Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. A Feew Notes on Shakespeare; with occasional Remarks on the Emendations of the 1Manuscript Corrector in Mr Collier's Copy of the Folio 1682. By the Rev. Alex- ander Dyce. Russell Smith. Since we last spoke of Subscribers-only content

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    sin, and in which case they would be again born in their own country." THE WRaca OF 'rin PRINCEn STEA:na.-Henry Cotgrave, a mid- shinpman on board, who with six seamen alone escaped when the Prince was lost at Balaklava. gives Subscribers-only content

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    also severely wounded at Alma; Dr Manifold, in medical charge of the invalids; Captain Stour and lnollys, commanding them; Mr Cotgrave, midshipman, the only surviving officer of the steamship Prince ; also Mr Osren, the only officer saved from the Subscribers-only content

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    any such heinous offence com- mitted by a vassal against his lord, whereby he is worthy to lose his estate; Cotgrave. Diez rejects the derivation from Lat. fel, gall, but his suggestion from Old High German, fillo, a skinner, scourger, Subscribers-only content

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    use of the word dog in the French language. Our "jolly dog " is something better than the Chien-dent, whom Cotgrave defines as "ea noble stinker; a loose, dissolute, or idle good fellow;" and "1 you young dog " may Subscribers-only content

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    Palsgrave, 1530; Meigret, 1545 and 1550; Salesbury, 1547 and 1567; Cheke' 1555; Smith, 1568; Hart, 1569; Baret, 1573; Ballokar' 1580; Cotgrave, 1611; Gil, 1621; Butler, 1633, for the six: teentb century, and lB. Jonson. 1640; Wallis, 1653; Wilkins, 1668; Price, Subscribers-only content

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    a-piece; and are termed Paris heads. There is likewise a charge for six large " bongraces " at 62;. each (Cotgrave defines these latter as " the uppermost flap of the down-hanging tail of a French hood, whence, belike, our Subscribers-only content

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    Abbey, h 2 FrIar Tuck Selihug Stakes, 2.00; Selhisg Nursery, 3; Queen s 1. Plate, 3.30; Annesley Park Plate, 3.65; Cotgrave Gorse Plate, e 4.20.Jesa d Anirv3 is.-Flash, Julius Celsus, Tower,. Alpha, Tibieen, Magne. Charta, Rlegent, Specialite, Froggart, Vermicelli, -1hy Subscribers-only content

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    'I 'CAMBRssDOESnrlil WELTER-Reverse and Whipper-in. S. FLA'Ire WELTER.-Mazerka. rs DITCsI MILE Xu5fl5Ey.-Fille do Regiment. The objection to Clamblel for Tbe Cotgrave Gorse Plate at Nottingham lies been over-ruled. NEWIIARKET 'TR.A5r1eH1G NOTES. - Cannon's Prud- hsommes assd Kermeesse galloped a mile; Subscribers-only content

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    ORtnEa oF RUXINXO.-Annesley Park, 1.40 Mile Nurserv, 2.5; Queen's Plate, 2.30; Welbeck, 30- Priar Tuck, 3.30; Sher- wood Hurdle, 4.0; Cotgrave Gorse, 4.3d. Aiencvxo.-Humpty Duimpty, Otiuns, Flower of En~isnd, Sinese, Bue onnt ill, iedoyff; Dkeof Albany, Xarifa, Gehana, ouisd~nThehis, ete.Violnceto, Subscribers-only content

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    to have been one cf the most perfect pieces of solemn elocution ever heard in Divine worship. A woman named Cotgrave died at Birkenhead on Saturday morning, from injuries received by the explo- sion of a paraffin lamp. She was Subscribers-only content

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    hens, of any age: 1st prize, Dir. J. Martin, Church Cottage, Caines, Worcester ; age, various. 2nd, Mr. H. Malshball, Cotgrave, Nottingham; age, various. CLASS 12.-FoR ANY OTiEiR DISTINCT BREID.- The best cock and two hens, of any age 1 Subscribers-only content

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    £k2., D. Harding, Mllddlewich; 3rd, HL., Viscountess Holnacdale. CLASH 82.-Silver Pencilled Hamburg: Chickens of 1833. let prize, £3., H. Marshall, Cotgrave; 2nd, £2., J. G. Sugden, East. wood House, Keighley; 3rd, £81., C. M. Royds, Rocbdale. CLAES 33.-Pencilled lHamburg Hens.-1st Subscribers-only content

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    of the provinces which the Muscovite Government is seeking to make Russian. A few days ago'Mir. William Mensirqg died at Cotgrave, Notts. He was formerly a soldier in the 111th Hessars, and went through the Peninsular war, At the famous Subscribers-only content

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    LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, AND ART |~S C RA P S. Among other foreign singers who have arrived for the season is Fruiulein Bramer, one of Madame Viardot's pupils. Mr. Disraeli has consented to preside at the anni- versary festival of Subscribers-only content

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