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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    auctioneer-W. NV. Booney, Kniglhtsbridge, wine merchant-F. IKeates, Waterloo road, Lambeth, draper-D). Horton, Russells hall Ita Works, nearDudley, Worcestelaliee, ironmaster--AV S. Danny, Longleckby, Nrthaonp- tonshire, linendraper-T. N. Heyward, Torquay, Devonshire, grocer-F. WV. Luck] Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, tailor. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. R. Cranston, Edinburah, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Garratt, Esq.-On the 3rinstt , J. G. Dods' n, E-q., to Caroline Florence, second danuehter of W. J. Champirlo, Esq., Danny, Snusex-On the 3rd inst., the Rev. H. C . uBarker, t, Mrs B 'se .quet, drsoghrer of ' he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    caaisters, llb, is, 9d.; clb, l& 6d. ; Slblls.* 1Db,2l3. the Silt carriagefree, on receipt of post- offlce ordcr.-BAaI an Danny a9R nd Co., 77 Regent street, lhon don- Forlnum, eloson, and Cs., lii Piecadcily; Abbis, 60 Graoechurob strets 63, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Enys to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Daffin-22nd Foot: A E Tolie- mache, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Danny, promoted-23rd Foot Lieutenant J Lawrence to be Captain, by purclhase, vice Radeliffe, who retires Lieutenant G Parke to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Virtue, and Co: 25 Paternoster rowe. This Day, Two Volumes, Post Octavo, toS. AMISREPRESENTATION: a Novel. By 1v1 ~~ANNA HI. Danny., B, the same Author, FRIENDS AND FORTUNE. Second Edition. THE INN BY THE SEA-SIDE. An Allegory. 2s. London: John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    although we fully appreciate the great vocal abilities of Mr Santley, the same may be said of his performance of Danny Man. We miss the " make-up," the forcible feeling, and highly- dramatic portraiture of the character given by Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Acts, entitled THE LILY OF KILLARNEY. The Libretto by John Oxenford and Dion Boucidault, and the Music by Jules Benedict. Danny MAsn, Mr Santley; Hardress Cregan, Mr Henry Haigh ; Mr Corrigan, Mr E. Dussek; Father Tom, Mr Patey; Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conversation carried ol. OccasiOnally mlight be heard such as the following: " Do ye see him Mary, astbore ?" " Danny, agra, lave me take a look, an' God bless you, child !" " Where are you pushing with yerself Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stthand. Danny had to put her in the cart behind with Jhoon. And I'd have dhrunk some too, on'y Danny'd let me touch nothin' but wather. Did y'ever dhrink so much whine ye couldn't sthand, Aunt Carth'line ? Danny, he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all good, though drawing a little too much on the belief of a reader with average experience of children. "Will Danny wear his yellow jacket in heaven, or go as a free man ? " And it is the one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the UIAtme. of e Starl+Cing N~ew Sensational Entertainment. 3 "S A V E D, Epecially written by J. T. Danny, Es. h ew Scenery, by Mr. Edwin Day and Mr. Frank Jones B SczNs 1.-SEA SHORE. en ScrNE 2.-THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and offered. [ponies laid,wi 100 6..Beauchamnp-off. ; after 1,000 to 40 laid, hi 20 1I .Departure's dam colt-taken,. I, FTaa Danny. n 90to 1Iaget Harvester-offered. F. 10 1I .Queen Adelaide-offered. O . 500 40 . Richmiond-taken. - Is 1 .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Disfracichise. Borneo was backed on doewn to 100 to 6, and finllaly 100 to 7 was taken. me Tun Danny. ilt 9 to 2 agst Queen Aedaide-talde enand wanted. IGO 100 . 15 .. Itaroeste -taken. t 100 6 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of May, Nirvana, Kaskaskia, Nitocris, VIxtrIx, Orphan Agnes, and Vanadis. *TWXoevY-ssXT1c BENNIasAL STAIsns.-Pearl-powder, WArrener I tueldui'Verdure filly, end Chlum. AsotW Danny. STAInTS-,-Libiultero, Choctaw, Be Solo, Emapertir, Sardanapalus, Couleur de Rose, end 'Toledo. TsacRTY-SECOrND TGIEsNNIrAL ST~titne- Lansdale and Clarinda. S.JMssTHURSDAY'S SORATCHINGS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Porkin's Decisve Si J 'WVilionghby's Queen Mr. Perkein's f by Roaloenclain iAdelindce, 3 yrs -Mlaccaronca . I The NOeR=s Danny of 10 Sova each. 3 ft with 500 added, for three-year-olds, colts Bet 121b, aillies and geldings Cet S1b; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his predecessor, Mr. MACKENZIE, to lay ,s .a the facts before the Hligh Conimissioner foiltians - to mission to Lord Danny. Messrs. R~oEts rind re re Bownt report, in the first place, their convic- es tion that the Transsvaial Government Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30 was taken. Help was intro- duced at 25 to 1, but left off at 1,00 to 50 taken. Tax Danny. 100 to 30 .. Donovan-taken and offered. 500 ... 30 ... (iulliver-taken. 1000 ... 50 ... Ilulntak u. SHROPSHtIR1: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to take and uteri Ord..rs aid seteethroog&Drapl'iy when want s.d. - 1 Seed Iholo, age, and saint's' required, to C). Danny, Victoria ficuire, - Alceter, W.irwiekahtre. rID - ?wntINEltY -Wanted, good - isi? ,scylish3tClliner. osed to sates; .2k close two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kilbarry, and Sweet Ellen. 01ONATTos Orne S4Xree.-- Haiptnpido, Whitethroat, Frolic Grace, Gulbeyar, Listen, Unreftned, Fleur de Lys, and Katharn. Ascar Danny STBrjue.-Helvellyn, Maynoath, Black Dean, Knight Temsplar, Devil's Dance, Ben Strome, a-nd Oscar.- TireaeRT-eaZvEeTsT TanemesesAL S'rAxne-Gall'fet, Shamarock- IT., Hackler, Master Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6d. per quarter dearer. Grinding barley Is. per quarter advance. Beans Steady. Oats, 3d. to 64. per ft quarter dearer. Danny ConTe.-Whoab in fair supply, and prices un- r( changed. Spring corn firm, at full rates. r( S'riuxTxoatu-ox,-Ay0N CouxN.-A good Subscribers-only content

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