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    who arrived in private boats. CONVERSION TO POPERY.-We regret to say that Miss Gladstone, daughter of John Gladstone, Esq., of Fasque, and sister to the Vice-President of the board of trade, has recently been admitted a member of the Roman Subscribers-only content

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    in the county of Radnor; John Somerset Pakington, of Westwood Park, in the county of Worcester, Esq.; John Gladstone, of Fasque and Balfour, in the county of Kin- cardine, Esq.; James Weir Hogg, of Upper Grosvenor street, in the county Subscribers-only content

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    King, R.N., in 1847. SIec 3JoN~ GLADSTONEz, ,ART., the father of the Iight Hon. W Gladstone, died on :S4unday, at Fasque, N.B. Sir John was in his 87th year. PSSiESSOR DUNBAR, of -Edinburgh, whose name is familiar to most of Subscribers-only content

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    movement is on the lapis by which the present member, General Ar- buthnott, retires, and' either Sir T. Gladstone of Fasque, or Sir J. Forbes of Fettercairn, will succeed him.-Lincolss.-Mr S. Hindl Palmer, a barrister, son-in-law of the Right Hon. Subscribers-only content

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    of November, and return to Windsor Castle. The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone arrived in Dundee on Monday evening from Fasque, and immediately drove out to Camperdown. Mr Gladstone has been the guest of his brother, Sir Thomas Gladstone, since Subscribers-only content

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    presenaion uti th5 Orturn journey: house t Passing hIsloe, the distingusished party dIrove to Fte'by D -cairn, and aftoriwerds visited Fasque, the resisdence of Sir Sir -Thoimas Gladstone (the Premier's brother), and Glendye. hl The. horseg weore changed at Fettorcairn, Subscribers-only content

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    Sir George Chetwynd has purchased the lean Of of i.Johlr Ennis's ousLe in Curzon Street, Mayisir. Sir Thomas Gladstone, of Fasque, the eldest brother of eths Prime Minister, hus no fewer than thirteen far °f a his hanls, extending to Subscribers-only content

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    it desirable that he should under- take at this time of the year so long a journey as that to Fasque, in order to be present at the funeral of his late brother, Sir Thomas Gladstone, I have authority for Subscribers-only content

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    took part in the discussion -were Sir J. KFSNAWVAY, M3r. AirRED PEASE, and Sir W. BATrrLxOTr. Mr. GLADSTON will leave Fasque this evening for London. The QuEEN and Prince and Princess HENitY of Battenberg will arrive at Windsor Castle, on Subscribers-only content

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    relative, and he will leave London for Russia to-morrow evening Mr. Gladstone is expected by his friends to return from Fasque to London on Thursday, but it is not certain that he will be again in the House before Friday, Subscribers-only content

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    J. Sinciair, members of Parlitunent; Cameron of Lochiel, and ether Scottish gentlemen. MR. GLADSToxE'S Rxrurcsi FBOe SCOTLIsND.-Mr. y Gladstone left Fasque for the south yesterday afternoon. e At Laureneokirk Mr. Gladstone, in reply to an enquiry ;t iw to his Subscribers-only content

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    dead. Rowlands was remanded. SIm THomAs GLiDEroNs's WIL.-An inventory of the estate of the late Sir Thomas Gladstone, Bart., of Fasque, has been entered in the record books of Kin- cardineshire. The gross amount of the personal estate in Scotland Subscribers-only content

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    who was stated to be unwell. WILLS AND BEQUESTS. The following have been proved:-Of Sir Thomas Gladstone, Bart., late of Fasque and Balfour, Rincar- dine; personalty, £254,000. Of the Hon. Henry Hanbury-Tracy, J.P., D.L., late of No. 26, Ecclesten Square; Subscribers-only content

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    rs clearly traced the deacent af AndrewR obertson, Sheriff-SabstItaet of Ross, whose daughter Anne married Sir John Glapstone, Bart, of Fasque and Balfour, and bore several sons, including the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Charles Edwin Mann, who keeps a place Subscribers-only content

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    class cf polled Anew or Aberdeen the Vii;;2 effeyed for the best bull was .jaarded to Sir Tbhonas Gladstone, of Fasque. In various ;ctioms of the EanIIAclass fret prfie *.evere gained by Ur, T. -isle HMelville Ca-twvr!gt, Kfrviljle fRogie L4d0vnk- Subscribers-only content

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    the disposal of the PREMriER by the( death of Lord KiNNArIhD is to be conferred on Sir T'OrTAS GrLADSTONE, of Fasque, eldest brother of the ex-Premier. A visitor to St. Paul's Cathedral yesterday threw himself from thlle whispering gallery on Subscribers-only content

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    the family vault at Fasque House, the seat of Sir Thomas Gladstone, Bart, The funeral was strictly private8 The chief mourners were Sir Thomans Gladstone, the Right Honourable WI B. Gladstone, and 5 Lieutenant Gladstone, of Fasque. The Rev. Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    mother of the illegitimate child may marry. "Constant Reader," Burtonson-Trent.-Mlr. Gladstone is the son of Sir John Gladstone, Bart,, of Fasque, 1 Kincardinesllire. He was born December 29, 1809, at Liverpool, where his father was engaged in business as a Subscribers-only content

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    and the substitution of absolutc un- fettered ownership. At a private oinner, given to his tenasits, Sir Thomas O'ladstoule, of Fasque, brother of the Premier, intimated to his tenantty a reduction of 20 per cent. on their rents for tme Subscribers-only content

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    the mayor' rnentioupred that lie had received the following from . Sir' Thorslas . Gladstone, brother of tire Premir :--" Fasque, Larirencekirk, N.13. -Sir, I hope you will excuse my troubling yore as a private individual with the eariest assuralnce Subscribers-only content

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