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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ferch y Parch. David Davies, Crefnbrew, Llanymynech. WILLIAMS-ROWLANDS.-A.r yr 16eg eyfisol, yn Salem, capel Wesleyaid Aberystwyth, gan y Parch. D. Degar Evans8 Mr. Wm. Williams, Timber Merchant, Dolgeilan, htJane, unig ferehi Richard Rowlalids, Ysw., Talybornt, ger Towyn, Meirionydd. MARWOLAETHAU. PAR~nRY-Ar Subscribers-only content

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    THE IRISH NATIONAL HUNT AND KILDARE HUNTf RACtS. YESTERDAY. THE IrMsHr GRAND MILITARY STEHPLECNASE. Mr. Sarrer's Spanish Lord, l4st 3ib .. .. Ur. Pritchard I | Mr. S. Jamese's Paraff .WALES. Prince SapTchas 2 RLed Rover, aged. 10st 13Tb Subscribers-only content

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    c6239 SITUATIONS WANTE I1TAIPESS (cffee or gemmerciat), or Chabradb no fprecdPe rson, ceov at libecty ; ag 3-Ades h. is Degar teeLed's. -. _____ du7t. TAI7TIED,. by aLadly, of esperleneae, Evening Appointment. (M '4 either in Rofreslemen t Her or Subscribers-only content

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    MONEY AND STOCK MARKETS. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ~~~~~~Sol 13A2, OY ENGSLAiND 'P '(OCzoBsA ) ..--- 3 PE CETt. 88: CNSOeL SZ=L3?,0 'DAY ...... JA--* T4 Foanwioniary SErrria Dj~ys . ... -.....ec. 12,13,14. tFROM 'DMn 'Ci~x Subscribers-only content

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    mestricLard i f-i demI ; *d besladder thst qutoa70inke dos nto flucuper owr. Irish has l' bue ane anyrequenst.ne rahrloe.' Degar moneyxotre yinuestoihve, endafectine chekingtrana- Cr ,a pice in' thesemarets, andyb the getrnoralof dtsllnese ahoino abateent, nd nether uyersnor sller Subscribers-only content

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    TO ADVE)RTISERW. and] not goappliy personalus, AU1 'loter-s in ansioer- to Advertlisementst ftrou-At~? Wll ?atersaore for. wearded tohie proper parties, aoud lhes printers have15 no more co ntrol over Wion. A4ppl coants.honlel aof in anti eass wida owawrw te Subscribers-only content

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    who were proud of their insular isolation. The arch-priest of the fraternity is M. Manet, but he finds in Sisley, Degar, Pissaro, Boudin, and others, colleagues who are ready to go equal lengths with him in the pursuit of the Subscribers-only content

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    WOOLLEN. 11 - --1 . DEwsBtrny, Friday. - Though business in several departments is notbrisk, there is rather more doine bothin Dewsbury and Batley among the eloth manufacturers. Shippers have operated a little in stout cloths. Worsted coatings and Subscribers-only content

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    FASHION. TH1E COURT. LONDON, SATURDAY.-Her Majesty hald a dinner- party yesterday evening, at Buckingliam Palace. The Company included her Royal Highness the Princess Alice, thoe Marchioness of Ely, LieUt(,Genoral the Right Hon. J. and Lady Alice Poel, the Hon. Subscribers-only content

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    fedreq ml'hooo s cmaue) upo1 Rey. Sir l'rederick A. Gore O"e-"o Dart. Professor of Mosic, Univer:- site of o'cfomd" Thath Degar e of Muekssm Doctor be con- fI rred (noilore c-'u-u) upon Sir I'erbert Stanley Oa'ely Proe8se of Macic, Un-iversity Subscribers-only content

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    SAl.ES AT' Ti.lE BELFAST PROPER'TY MARL1. Mtessrs. P.. 3. M' Connell & Co. offered for sale, at th~e Belfast Propert~y Mtart, the following pro- psi-tie s. The p articiilars an d biddonlg3 of the va rious Iots w~ere as. Subscribers-only content

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    for the guard bh Captaiiu yde, Lieutenants Cheethamn tand Smtythe, of the RoyalArtillery, Captain J. Campbell and Lieutenants Stevens and Degar, of the 61st Regiment. The, guards mounted early from their private parades, and tbe splendid bands of the Royal Subscribers-only content

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    SM1THFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW. Private View. On Monday evening, shortly after eight o'clock, the Baker-street Bazaar was thrown open, in order to enable the public press, the members of the Smithfield Cattle Club, and the exhibitors to enjoy what Subscribers-only content

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    public *elfa- s 1 aninterest wortheoaslN - ew tnhis antal matter r upon the attention of' her lest 'vgnrument, withoat, Degar tO th'epolitical nixoipiilon of th .'ttar. All serlari > 'parties, and sull's_ of zginists inthe state, are e nslly1 Subscribers-only content

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    FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE Lisbon, Aprlx 10. - By a letiei"- from the head- quarters in Chaves, dated the 3d inst. the following intelligence has been received : since the 23d iust. Astorga is formally invested by a force consisting of Subscribers-only content

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    guard I Oy Laptain Hyde, Lieutenants Cheetham and Smythe, R A ,sr"? , J * Campbell, and Lieutenants Stevens and Degar, | of ttie 61st Regiment. I The guards mounted early from their private parades, and | the splendid bands Subscribers-only content

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    k^ Foundation.- Universities. Army, Navy, icc.-ln June Army '■ filam., F. A. Wyllie passed, having put on l,07o nuirks sm.-e Degar i lx-r. Small classes. .Separate r'-om to each boy ; £00 to £18. Next ! Term September IV.- Apply Subscribers-only content

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    Merrells, South- ampton ; Brighton (s), Falle, Jersey; Recom- pense, Grimwood. Newcastle ; Sirene, Degar, St. Malo; Intrepid, Gavey, Plymouth ; Iris, Torode, Xewcastle. 23 : Watersprite, Piprell, St. Malo ; Staperayder (s), De Jersey, and Alliance (a)', Merrells, Jersey Subscribers-only content

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    (s), Mabb, South- ampton ; Pearl, Hutton, Barnstable ; Southamp- ton (s), Turtle, Jersey ; Wave, Wilby, London ; Serene, Degar, and Result, Eastland, Swansea. 5 : oarnian Gem, Lenfestey, Jersey ; Southamp- ton (s), Turtle, Southampton ; Eclair, Brocher, Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDENT AT SARK. Yesterday amongst the visitors to Sark by the s.s. Courier, were Mrs. Havilland Durand and her family, now residing in Hauteville. After landing, the youngsters went for a drive in a car, when by some means Subscribers-only content

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