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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    these weekly foativals, Once a year. "Out club" hoe a galas day, anid a lordly entertainment at the Suar end Gartur, but though the living on that coccasion is Scarcely "1plain,'' the "1thisiking'' is nolne tls 1less 'high,'' The reasois Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTS ANDI ASTIMES I ., .. . , . , . _~ I , .'FOOTkALL TO-DAY'S uATc~m D terhb e v. Leeds tovers. tAS ' EaAxdleY v. allton. BR911a-atley T Hnddersheld St. Thoms& REaLGUOxte-C1house v. 3tekmond o. .BUWZslElA ButtersbW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the jesty also wore a diamond necklace and brooch, the of Riband and the Star of the Order of the Gartur, and and the Victoria and Albert Order. The Princess of and Wales wore a train of blue velvet, trimmed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 61, Fish-street, anblury. Wil- - liam Henry,, son of Joseph anid Fanny Hlimnplhris, aged e years. HUNT.-October 14, at Gartur, Stirling, N.B., Mildred Mar`, the dearly-loved daughter of George and Eliutowetlh llUfln aged 19 years JAMESON.-October 12, at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the following entry :- "The iij day of Desember was bered in Essex my lord Morley with iij harolds, Master Gartur and Od'ur [heralds] a stan- dard and a baner ys armes, and iiij banners [rolls], and iiij baners of Subscribers-only content

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