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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE A RTS. EMBELLTS.lIED LITERARY PUBLICATIONS. No. IV.-ENGLEFIELD VASES.. Amtovs theEngravers who essentially increase our Life- ralry p'a ,;res by sl;hbmitung to tihe eye tvhat rile hstho verlally describes, Mr. AMsors holdl-'s a dig-tinguislied place. a, the ablest of Subscribers-only content

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    has been formed, the heir to the Crown being only 2 ye3r0s _iscount Bulkeley, on Monday evening, at his seat, Englefield green. Berkshire. His Lordship had complained in the morning of a sore throat, but nothing serious was apprehended, as Subscribers-only content

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    of next Montb, will contain an admirably Liograv-ed Plate of the oo Sleeping Infants," by Francis Chantrey, EsI. R. THE ENGLEFIELD VASES. SIR HENRY ENGLEFIELI'S celebrated COLLECTION of - <GRECIAN ANTIQUE VASES, a series of ENGRAVINGS most beautifully drawn and Subscribers-only content

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    at Reading, Mr Charles Tilt, of Fleet street, to Jane, only dalghr ter of the late Mr James May, of Englefield. At New Orleans, Mr Alexander Philip Socrates Aurelius Caesar Hannibal Marcellus George WashingtonTread well, to Miss Caroline Sophia Mariaiteianne Subscribers-only content

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    P. Bird, Cowbridge, Glamorganshire, grocer. Friday, July 10. INSOL.VNTx.-P. and W. Coupees, Luton, Beds, straw-hat manufacturers. 6 BANKRUPTns. J. Hoade, Englefield green, Surrey, grocer. [Spinks, Temple. N. and S. Tuffnell, York at., Middlesex hospital, melters. [Tribe, Gt. Russell st. E. Subscribers-only content

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    iP. Saundensau , 10 Harper strot, Lceds, cored of4 ataraet.-Mr H. Plelewell. ''ottenham House, Totteaham, Middlestee, cred of ophthalmyia.-Miss E Englefield, Porzk oters, Windsor, cared sf nervous headache and deafness. -Madame F. LRspic, facing the Chursch, Park strct, Windsor, cored Subscribers-only content

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    street, Leeds, cored of cataract.-Hr H. Pt eksvtl, Totrenham R-ouse, T ottenham, Middlesex, corest of o th im liss F Englefield, Park street, Windsor, cured of nervous headacte and deafness. -Madame F. Lespic, facing the Church, Park street, Windsor, cured Subscribers-only content

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    Earner slrcst, Leeds, cured of cataract.-Mr. Plurkwell . Toettenh am Houoe? 'iottenham R iddl esex, curend of ophthalmc,.- Kiss h. Englefield, Park street, Windsor, cared of nervous headache and deafness. -Madame F Lespie, facing the Cnhurch, Pauk strest, Windsor, cured Subscribers-only content

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    Loosdon-Milr P1. =aundean, 16 Harper stdreat, Leeds, cured of cataract.-TIr H. Pluchisell, Ttuenham House, Tottenham, liddlesex, cured of ophthalmia.-Miss EP. Englefield, Park street, Windsor, cured of nervous headache and deafness. -Madame F. Lespie, facing the Church, Park str-eet, Windsor, cured Subscribers-only content

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    HrlotLibrary Rlama: rate, Kent curd o catrac anddeanessMis bduleowx,cuiecdwh e ant Snuneesn, 0 Hrpe steat Ledscurd o caarat-M H ~otkwell, Englefield, Park street, Widocured of nervous hacean mAftess. -Madame 1C. Lespic, farn h hrh Park ste, WidoCurad of dimness ef Subscribers-only content

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    the I 0th of January, g37 At Cheltenham, at a very advanced age, the Ven. Arohdese,0 Bathurst. On Sunday, at Englefield lodge, Egham, Lieut.-Col Sirjos,,h Whatley, K.C.E., for 20 years Groom of the Bedchamber to George IV and William IV, Subscribers-only content

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    sensation was created on Tuesday afternoon at Englefield green, which lies about half way between Chertsey and Windisor, by a report that a duel had been fought at a very secluded spot about half a mile from the Barley Mow Subscribers-only content

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    THE FATAL DUEL NEAR WINDSOR. On Tuesday the proceedings of the inquest on the death of Frederick Cournet, the French naval officer who waskilled in a duel near Wind- sor, were resumed, when the evidence adduced cleared up much Subscribers-only content

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    at Windsor; deposed to having f seen the-prisoners with two others leave the train at Windsor, and. I walk towards Englefield green. On the same afternoon, three of the I gentlemen came back to Windsor. Two of the prisoners.(Barronet I Subscribers-only content

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    eldest son of the Rev. C. Knightley, and married, in 1813, Selina, eldest daughter of Mir 1'. L. Hervey, of Englefield green, grandson of the first Earl of Bristol, by which lady, who died in July, 1856, he had a Subscribers-only content

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    Kidderminster. It was formerly in the occupation of Sir John Cathcart, and is a very large mansion, beautifully situate at Englefield green, a short distance from Windsor. The Brindisi route appears to grow in favour with English travellers. Forty-eight were Subscribers-only content

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    Retas )of * redth# Home Notes. On Monday last the Lord Mayor gave his decision in the charge of conspiracy against the manager and three of the late directors of the English Joint Stock Bank. His lord- ship decided Subscribers-only content

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    LIT ERA T UR E. -a- THE BATTLE 0F INtERMAN. The Invasion of the Crinea : its Origin, and an Aeconnt of its Progress down to the, Death of Lord Raglan. By A. W. Kinglake. Volume V. The Battle Subscribers-only content

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    th'oailway statior; ad. dresaed "Captain Blakeiey, Camden, Ldon." le never heard any of the partners say who lr. Hansilton'was Captain 'Englefield, of her Majesty's ship Midagascarl stationed at Liverpool, was . examined, and stated that the Alexiadra might easily be Subscribers-only content

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    One accustomed to thin ccal3 and the long wall system preferred.-Apply b tltter, with reference, to Parry, Jones, and Company, Englefield aoricty, Houl well. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~194 llTANTED, a PERSON, uesed to Drain Pipe Macldnes. None need WV apply who eannot Socket, Subscribers-only content

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