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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CAMBIRTIAN lRALWAYS. SUMMER EXCUBSIONS CHEAP EXCUEISIONS TO O: n Friday Nightk,l July 21s, August 4thl&.18t1, and September 1st, b5th & 29th, 189I9. By the direct Route v Wifh tehulcb, Crewe, Pr ston, and Ca 1's'e, voill be iun as Subscribers-only content

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    ITIVtIU11 VJI I UiJ. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS., WE LSH INDUSTRIES EXHIBITION AT ABERYSTWYTH, Wednesday and Thursday, September 6th & 7th, 1899, 6n the a sivd dates CHEAP DAY RETURN TICKETS. Wi ll be issuied to ABERYSTWYTH Times of Starting Return Subscribers-only content

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    Bwledi Dumn-Dum. C.LYIYD llawer o son yn ddiweddar am Fwledi Dum- Dum. Yn gyntaf oll, daethant i sylw yn y Gynhad- led Heddwth. Er mai lladd yw amcan rhyfel, a!c m0ai civyfo dynion yw neges pob bwledi, dywedwyd vni Subscribers-only content

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    ifutvkwortl, 'Vice Adgiral Sir H. Stanhise. J iceAdmiral-Doisgtn. 'Vice Adinircjl Campbell. Rear-44miral Scttonm iCaptain frwin;' Captain 1all. faptain bickson. capt-ain Durn. M GaECATIAN, *i,. E-q. Judge Advocate. jA uimber of Official Letters were then read.-f.Ore of theip detailed, at great Subscribers-only content

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    At- Lockerhy, near carlislel.otn Seutntay mamipg? Andersont, shneooaer. TJle'circumsitsinces attenling biig et$ are vqti a little curious -Last JYly, wJenliningat Durn ra ie ahbandoneid his own wife, and eloped is 1ifi On tle esnrng of Sriay', he returned to Air Subscribers-only content

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    and Nevbery, ,S Poaul's Chlereb yard; Barclay and Sons, 9.1 leet l,4as-et; J. & T2. Rigge Cheepside; Atkinson, Gerrard street; Durn and fhseaism 105 tartellot. 22 Hatton garden; Stradliog, Exchange gate; Nix, frontg the Rloyal Exchange; T-it, 41, and Johnston, Subscribers-only content

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    1819. Office, lit Chatisam. place, Bleckfriaro, London. The EUropesn Life Insurance Company bae-boon established Siseasnd its success has been groat. Durn ceabove period no less a smta lOt~.ln been paid to the representatives of policy-holders without any litigation. New tables Subscribers-only content

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    i B!Y~FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. i, l I Tuesday, December 9. lit !.pig-A. P. Davis, New court, Bow lane, City, wine merchant. r a dall, Veralam buildings Gray's inn.-J. Bates, Eiighgate, plumber. ein Ahle -T . Young, Woolwich, wine Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Saturday, Avyqset 13. The house met at two o'clock for the ceremony of prorogation by commission, when, the Commons having been summoned, the LORD CHANCELLOR read the following Royal speech: "MY LoRDS AND GEDNTLMEN Subscribers-only content

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    CITRRENT EVENTS. [a. mactcC') is attached to the Events discussed or more fully narr ated in thsWeeksXAUR. AMERICAl . rds in the War Department show that on the lst of Maulatt Federal armies numbered 1,050,000 men. Upwards Of 700,000 Subscribers-only content

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    lastly, Wiltuntcire, Wilton shire, or Wiltshire. Dsorsetshire, the shire of the settlement of Dorn, Durn,Durn, Durinum, for the Saxon-English wrote Dornsaet, Durnsaet, ] Dorsaet. Dorn, Durn, or Durin, is doubtless Dwrin, the " Little water," for the Britons of Subscribers-only content

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    LATEST INTELLIGENCE. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales has intimated to the Mayor of Chester his intention to be present at the opening of the new Town-hall, in that City, on the 14th inst. In consequence of the Subscribers-only content

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    mdrderous Organisation little anto which wve owe thme deaths- of Mr. BLAKE, Mr. beeoi in BoumtxE, and Lord FREDERIuCK CAVENbisH Durn but i .mn is the' absolute secrecy with which thalt so at )n organisiation is s3urrounded, and the absence Subscribers-only content

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    GENERAL_ EWS. Earl aran Ville 'et towrionsatcsrcsy for Walmer castle, TinE SuEZx NA.,-h traneit, reoeiPts of thea Suez Canal amounted onl P riday to 120,000 francs.., I DEsTisUcTIVE 'Flag 'iN WILTsHIRE-Ofl Saturday a& alile brol~e out on the farm Subscribers-only content

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    TO LflT-DW:EELING+ HOUSES AND LAND. rorVilla Ilealdenre. "otann t wo!" reselasrge gardn plaay ettuatedt. Rent fl24.-TP. Ilanka, or 4, CherrY Str t p gaden.lie )1.-P 0EstatherAgent 36, Paradise StreetD.. BOBASTON (Resereoir Road).-Semi-detarbied Residence ~j; A;o ,12 reception and four Subscribers-only content

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    REDUOATION~AL. 1NSTRUCTION in the FRENCH, GERMAN, and IA ANLANGUAGES and LITERATURE, by Mr. JOEL, jl [e.-grs-L. Paris, Lecturer at Meason Colleeie, Ex.aminer in the Vic1torVii U~niveerity, Manolhestor.-6, Beaufort Road__ 152 DANCING, DEPORTMENT, AND CALISTHENICS.Ap ~JONS. W. D'EGVILLE (formerly and Subscribers-only content

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    and I to Zorilla, the Spanish Rlepablican leader, left Geneva on Yac 1 oTharsday. * a from Ths GRAND Oy Durn HEssre.-A Renter's Darinstadt furl year. telegram says the Grand Duke of Hesse will' start for ii c ,eded Raussia Subscribers-only content

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    only of the high qaslitv of the work turned ouit, but of the eneosrainig prospects of tire aoa- I cern. Durn c the year it lis made a profit of £79,000, and paid it diridenl of :66. 13s. 4d, per Subscribers-only content

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    BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL BOARD, A meeting of the ?)irmngisbam School Boaird was hold yesterday aos this 6ffcps, Edmund Street. Mr. G. Dixon L presided, and there were also 'present the Revdls. V. F. Dii. MacCarthy, R. B. Burges, T. J. Subscribers-only content

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    Dick ngst Mr. Potts ns Mfceorley Mr. Parks's Prince Aleander agst Mr. Lieter's Lacerta M3r. Parks's Nitro-Glvcerine agst Mr. Lister's Durn Lad Mr. Edrds's Glenkirk agqt Colonel North's Remaptan Mr. Dngdale's Tar'vin agest Mr Coulson's Punjaub Dn, w for the Subscribers-only content

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