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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    majority, had a very fatal termination. His workmen, to the amount of 500, met in the Dovecot park, where an ox, forty stone weight, had been put to the fire. Four half-hogsheads of porter and six of strong ale, with Subscribers-only content

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    Melville's Best Islay Mr 'Taylor -s Lily of Eden beat Mr. Yorsg's Pretty Emma Mr. Broawule's Spoof beat Mr. Dowding's Dovecot r. Jones's Jetsam beat Mr. Nesbit's Lady Lisle Y.r. Bolam's Drops of Dew beat MIr. Gallon's Gay Lass TIT. Subscribers-only content

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    e2l96 i "0 Hairudressers.-WA&NTED, a respectable Young MAN, who ca en Shave and Cut Hair well. State age.-T. Simpson, 32, Dovecot Stroot. Stockcton-on-Tees, olsed I HOMAS TURNER, Ironmonger, Stafford, will ehertly have a - T Vacancy for a respectable Young Subscribers-only content

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    oflce, ~'olvecebanmpton. Ci 683 0 Matrres-oems-WANTED. Immedlately.a first-eolusaSHAVER T and Gentlevaen's Haircutter., Situation permanent.-APPly, stating terus, to T. Simpson, H, Dovecot Rtwet. Stocktoo-ou- Tees. c~~~~~~~~~~1762 UTANETEDl, a respectable YOUTH, wtio can Sheave and Cut Hair. v-Address, I2o. Daily Post. ollIS Subscribers-only content

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    ____ clil6l Fft flairdr, asers.-WANTIID. immnediately. a frst-cloass SII-AVSKt TLad (31ehtlemen's Haircutter. Situation purnuanant.-Aprlly. statding term, to T. Simpson, 3% Dovecot Strest. Stocktou-on. Tees. MUD4 XVANTE]), a respectable YO UTHt, wno can Shave and Cut Hair. W -Address, 265, DMil Subscribers-only content

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    isorre fsr lire earrlrrges, large ltrreres.; fooem, exteirsive Lofts. l''todl-hotisr, Corr-hniu e for seveir tenF a lar'ge litaterie-t t tw-iroisn', Dovecot. liege JPoultry Yard, Ac. There is an e'ltrrFriit Onsnier. snrrounrdedt trya brick aeali 1Ilfi.larch; a leargi Vo-etablie trardern inte Subscribers-only content

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    are yose-g in spirit, will never get another story frosm the actblenr--rs of " Jackanapes ' and " Daddy Darwin's Dovecot." Mrs. q' Ieving was perlsps more windy kinowen bIy tirete two mU.r- t1 feet little tales tbrs by her Subscribers-only content

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    total of ilfty.theee courses. The draw is as follows:- The PLUMPTON PRODUCE STAKES. Mr. Cox's Iail Columibie egst Mr. Dowdinge Dovecot Mir. Irving's Irish Gem agt Mr. Wilson's h ies 0 tpur lr. N orsiat's Nellie Hawkins agst Sir. Mnodd'3 Subscribers-only content

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    to spare in his coursn with Claude Loraine, and lied the liars lived thme latter migdt have raised elm inag. Dovecot, who was warmly supported for the stake outright, after winning her first course in good style, madc a very Subscribers-only content

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    agst dMr. Smith's Ceuntess of Winslow Mr. linecous Ben Voirlieb agst Mr_ Ingram'ls Jobus Mrl. Swinhurna's Seb aget Mr. Dowding's Dovecot Mr. Stratton's Superlative agas Major Holmes's Havering Mr. Dliller's MAaceyes; agit Major G. Edwardes's ltandetll Mn, Douglas us Prince Subscribers-only content

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    3 Nugget (C. Loatee), Lady Carinarthen (Webb), Olyiape (J. Woodliurn), Dovecot (Robinson), Nutcracker (1. Csnnon, jan.i, and Maid of Gabowen (FRickaby) also ran.- Betting : r- to 4 on Dovecot, 8 to 1 ogst Lady Carmarthen, and 10,d to S Subscribers-only content

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    Fireshade, .Tack Tar, Incorcar, Ratepnree, Little Wenilock, Belle Mahone, Powder Puff, Ripon, tiseve, Tramberlik, Good Neight. Cecil, Pceeoininre, Coehin China, Dovecot, Prelnde, Deoe. Soabreeze, Exo0rcico, Kvenegie, linoriy, Symnphony, Fegotts-. Briar-root, Flooer de Ilarie, Grecian2 B'end. Barascan, llortense, Firancis, Free Trade Subscribers-only content

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    SORTIN G NEMN S. EPSOMI RAOCES.-Y r~ i THE OA~KS DAY. if there is a particuslar day nt thr Epsora Suzmmer Ibleeting vbhen fine an d enj oyabl e weat ,her is meos t requisrte, i t is th Subscribers-only content

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    Sinton's Gattonside ar. Dowding's Dovecot beat Mr. Ingram's Dilkoosha i. Graves's Goodman beat Mr. Smithes Sturdy Briton Mr. Graves's George Bill beat Colonel Northe's Queen o' Sectso II. Olia bt Irish Gem j Goodman bt Dovecot Happy Knight hi Dartmoor Subscribers-only content

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    Crown Princess. TEI OLaNTtIGnm STArS, Mr. Heolmest's Pnddletown beat Mr. Salmon's Honnalow lr. Cox's Riave a Care beat Air Dowding's Dovecot .r. )lXmford ns Celliugbonrne beat Mr. Smith's Righ Carnival Mr. Sargent's Changeable beat Mr. Leighton's Lavender Water (1) Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    8 9 Prestholme .. ... 812l Mods -. - 3 9 Helena .. . ... 8 9 'Amiable 8 9 Dovecot . .. - 8 9 Lochiell. - 8 9 FbvGalIid-S belle 8 9 A4lGay - 8 9 BaIlmr.. 89! Subscribers-only content

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    7Th ; winners extra; maidens sllowed 41b. Five furlongs, straight. 'junot C by The Abbot, Donemore Jacqueline damn Bessie Mods Dovecot 'Paragraph Boss Bonhear 'Tinkle Laird of Athal Cecile Brisbane F by Johnny Mar- PRedbreast C by Woodthorpe ginu-Gruel Singer Subscribers-only content

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    a..Po.,tma:VMg., .To the Editor or tU DNAVl Pcst-ft.--A smue- what quiet week has appropriately followed Asot The racing at Gosforth Park, Windso┬▒, ahd. San- E down -Park was, a<U things considered, fairly eatis- factory. We shall bob for many Subscribers-only content

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    9st, Rickaby 1 Mr. Gardner's Street Singer, Sst ............ G. Obaloner 2 Mr. Sherwood's Anchor, 9st ...................... J. Neil 3 Dovecot (41lsopp). Ballet (G. Barrett), Be Quick (Bradford), Maxovitch (BarkerL Royal Haste (3. Watts), and Spes Bona (White) also ran.-Betting: Subscribers-only content

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    Of ewT.Y.0. stub I stlb! 'Hettle Sorrel - . 9 'Lgtn~g Queena ".'s 9 'Nordenfeldt;- .. 81 a 1iz . 'Dovecot -. ., . Strike , .. 8 9 -Gilt Fdged .. .8 9 'Felicites - . .-8 9 'Mazy Subscribers-only content

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