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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Goldsborough, whom he found at Barnsley; and upon going to the house, taking the skull which was found along with him, suddenly placed it before him, asking him "' If he thought it had any resemblance of William Hontly?" Subscribers-only content

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    brother. LAOY ELIZABETH LAsOELLEs, daughter of the Marquis and Mar- chioness of Clanricarde, and granddaughter of George Canning, died at Goldsborough hall on Monday, in her twenty-eighth year. Her death will occasion the deepest sympathy throughout the wide circle within Subscribers-only content

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    could be seen flying through the air. No doubt was entertained that the veritable Merrignac had ceased to exist. Flag-officer Goldsborough, on receiving this report, ordered two armed naval tugs, the Zoeaeoe and the Dragon, to proceed towards Craney Island Subscribers-only content

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    Washington state that a threefold advance on Richmond-namely, by Grant across the Rapidan, Smith up the Peninsula, and Burnside vie Goldsborough, North Carolina-has been determined upon. We learn by a telegram received at New York on the 15th that General Subscribers-only content

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    NEW YORE, March 24.-Breckinridge publishes an official announcement that General Johnston attacked Sherman's advance at Bentonville, twenty miles south-west of Goldsborough, on theafter- noon of the 19th inst., and drove it back one mile, capturing three cannon. Reinforcements arriving, the Subscribers-only content

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    Lincoln and a large party of ladies and gentlemen, witness the battle.* 28.-General Sherman, who arrived at City Point from Goldsborough ia Newbern, on the 27tb, participates in a conference of war with president Lincoln and Generals Grant, Meade, Sheridan Subscribers-only content

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    through the dreary swamps and pine-barrens of North Carolina, till his victorious pro- gress was crowned by the surrender, at Goldsborough, on the 26th of April, of General Joe Johnston, his old antagonist-, foeman "worthy of his steel; " and Subscribers-only content

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    . C. Powder, 5%1,; Elmore's Patent Coppcr Depositing, 2'%;: W. B. Forciham and Sons, 1)4; -; General Hydraulic Power, 13; Goldsborough, More, and Co., 11%; Hotchikiss Ordnance, 71%; Imperial Russian Ctton sod Jute Fac-tory, 5ΒΌ/4 : India-i rubber, Ghi.tta-peroba, and Subscribers-only content

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    on it, but he admitted that he once used it to dnve himself to the station to catch a train.-Nfr. Goldsborough, super- visor, said it was a small pony carriage, not adapted for carrying goods. No. exemption could be claimed Subscribers-only content

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    with some of his offloers from the lower extremity of Northampton County, bat by orders of General Dix, flag officer Goldsborough had put the whole coast under close watch, so that their escape is very likely to be intercepted. "The Subscribers-only content

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    armed naval tug Dragon arrived from the upper waters of James River about mid-day to-day, with des- patches from Plag-officer Goldsborough, who immediately consulted with General Dix. Their tenor is understood to to le that General McClellan's right was attacked Subscribers-only content

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    does not suggest any augmentation of the Treasury notes. Both Houses have adjourned toJanuaryl oth- Federal General Foster has captured Goldsborough' North Carolina, without much loss, and, after tearing mp therailroad, returned to Newbern. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. NEW YORn9, Dec. 23 Subscribers-only content

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    would seem to be the destruction of sundry bridges, some seven miles of railroad and telegraph in the vicinity of Goldsborough, the capture of between four and five hundred prisoners, and the re- turn to Newbem, with a total loss Subscribers-only content

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    at Newborn states that he had seen the bearer of despatches from Sherman, who reported that that general was at Goldsborough. General Bragg has retreated to Goldiborough. I7he Richmond De Daptch, the only paper published in Bicbmond yesterday, end that Subscribers-only content

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    per cent on the whole etake, and the third to save his stake. T. Y.C. ; 32 subs. Mr. Bonwe's Goldsborough Mr. Savile's Lifebseoy "Mr. Bov.es'BNoblemsn Mr. Ssvilo's I by Lord of the Lord Calthorpe's Firebrand leles-Rigolbochl Lord Calthorpo's I Subscribers-only content

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    of NoR7,ANBY and GRAND Cour in the Prince of Wales Handicap. GAnOS ought to take the Princess of Wales Stakes, GOLDSBOROUGH the Beacon Course Sweepstakes, and LoRDLIOn the Coffee Room Stakes. On Wednesday, TYrlioEus ought to win the T.Y.C. Sweepstakes, Subscribers-only content

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    100 ft, for four-year-clds colst Sot I01b, fillies Sot bib. B.C. ; 3 subs. C by Citadel out of Dulci- Goldsborough bells Pandore The CoFsFEE OOm STAKES of 50 sovs each, for three-year- olds; colts &St 101b, fillies Set l1b. Subscribers-only content

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    6 7 Star and Garter.. 4 7 D Knight Templar.. 3 Christopher Sly. 3 7 s Cesmator *- 3 6 Goldsborough .. 4 7 51 'WEIGHTS FOR THE BOROIUGH MEMBERS' HANDICAp PLATE.--Five furlongs. age st lb" at lb Bincher. . Subscribers-only content

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    Garter.. 4 7 9;Teirreador.. 4 paid Capreera, (he b) ,3 7 3Christopher Sly.. 3 paid Catalina .. 5 7 0 Goldsborough 4 pa id F by Newmlnster Bernal Osborne 3 Paid -Bonny Bell . 3 6 12 The Ltoroueai Mr-msar.9' Subscribers-only content

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    RuNsNo.-Scurry Stakes. 2.0; Hull Cup, 2.4S: East Riding Handicap, 3.30; Stand, 4.15; and Holderness Hunt Stakes, 5.15. HORSES EXPECTED.-Hunter and Goldsborough. BETTING ON THE COURSE. THE NORTHUMBERLAND PLATE. 9 to 4 agst Christopher Sly-offered. 4 .... 1 Falkland-offered; 9 to Subscribers-only content

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