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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y 'ii'i.s priPcra, wlobrlid joined in the assas- te'n of St. Bartholomnew, who had wantonly mur- ied Di Tike of Guise ancd his brother, aFter having sired ,in1 0( of' so many of the best mep in France, perished i, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atended by Mr. M'Cready, Mr. Cooke, Mr. Barrylaore, arnd seyeral other- ientlemen of the Theatvew :AtlHighan Court, near Gloscepter, Ltdy Guise, xe~ict of Sir John tGuise, Bart. Prrnqted and puhishedbyJ-osw HuNTr, aete E XA-.str1V *Oce5 l55 Beaufort Builditgs, Straad-Ptice T1d. Subscribers-only content

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    of the fair, and in, one insta~aee d cowkeeper, in nM3abryikc-bone, fond thiree of l7 co 35 lap, a Mr,, Guise, AetolRue, wvas stnpped by' twfn td sda eveveninicVaCarly t balf-ptast six 'cloek, o.lij. 1 h)In e frjm iullban EmouA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Qauetii has bean abandoned 1,y the enemv, and is in prsses.ion ofi Marshal Prince lilueher tnad the castle of Guise surrendered last night. All account- c n- Cur in stating, that it is impossible fgr the enemy to cc Subscribers-only content

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    uirmber of YOUNG GENTLEMEN-, aboveeight years ofage, 'siefisisled for the Counrirgbis or u I'sopessv~isso,-by WI. IEAN auth Assistants. 'ermits, Tsirsy Guise' le annua.' .51et per s s e house stosaosis en arienainesse attlie top of thle ledI1rd er- sailCaphlm, a Subscribers-only content

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    of war t) kliqgins' S0 Gnns 360 Men 5 outcrtie Capt. Crosb~y. San 'Martin, 64 400 Wilkinson. Lau'taro, 36 254 Guise. ludependencia, 352 210 Foster. Galvarino, IS 116 sprey. Araucana 16 96 Pueyrredon, 10 72 Montezuma, 10 60 Young. 236 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fit oftthe goiit, The lIon. Messrs. Morton, two of his Lordsbip's sons, 'were present; afso Lord Sherborne, Sir .B. W. Guise, Sir C. 2. B adringtns, Colonel Berkeley, Colonel Kingscote, lajor-Generat uise, M. Colchester, Esq. Col. Webb, N.P.,-D. Ricardo Ezsq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ice, e2a Strand. DRl TIRE'S DICTIONARY OF GliEMISTEY. In l very large vol. te, embellished lwith l Engravings, price Orne Guise , bds. A. DICTIONARY of CHEMISTRY, on the bacis of Mr NICE OLSON'S, in which the Principles of theScience Subscribers-only content

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    Messrs COOIcr, Sh ARP, W1VLLMAN, POWELL, PLATT, RAE, MACsINTOsir, and TULLY, Mozart. Scena, Madame SvocsrsAusaEN, "Deh calmin" (Ma. tilda von Guise) Husnmmel. Overture, Der Berggeisl, Sphor.-ACT IL- Sinfonia, No. 7, Haydn. Scena, Mr P}IIL LIP;, " Pace ardente" (Eury- anthe) Subscribers-only content

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    J., Cumberland. meryshire. Grattan, H., Dublin (City). Wynn, Sir W. WV., Denbighlshire. Grattan, J., Wicklow. . Wilson, Sir R., Southwark. Guise, Sir W., Bart., Gloucester- Wrottesley, Sir J.; Staffordshire. shire, Gooch, Sir T., Suffolk. Teller. Harvey, W., Colchester.. Thomson, P., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P ...... N Grevilte, Sir C. J. - Grioston, Viscounit. - Grosvenor, R . . ...... - Guest, J.. ........A Guise, Sir W. A.... A GoUIning, Sir R. H... N Gurney, H. Gurney, R. H ...... . A Handcoels, R. Subscribers-only content

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    A Le OF THE MA ORITY AND MINORiTY 0 the Secosnd Reaifng of ftheforei Bill. cCounty Membirs-h Boroughs or Townis-(W.I,) West India interest-(E.I.) East India interest-(bk.) Bank Interest-(bkr.) Bankers-d Members for' Boroughs to be'disfranchised-4 Members for Boroughs whrch are Subscribers-only content

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    and tragic death of the King, the episode of the Duchess of Cleves and her lover, the assassination of the Guise, and the diabolic character of the Queen Mother, to say nothing of the only tolerable Bourbon, the 4th Henry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL ELECTIONS. ENGEAND AND WALES. MEMBERS RtETURtED FOR COU14TIES. Anglesea-Sir R. B. W. Bulkeley, Bart. Berkshire-Palmer, Throckmorton, and Walter. Bedford-Lord P. Russell and -Stuart. Buckinghamsshire-Chandos, Smith, and Dashwood. Breeons-Col. Wood, without opposition. Cambridgeshire and El3y-Yorke and Townley. Cheshire (Soutlih)-Wilbraham Subscribers-only content

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    lilt. at Highgace, Sam. Taylor Coleridge, Esq. aged 62. On the 23d ult. at Rendcomb park, Gloucestershire, Sir Berkeley Wm. Guise, Bart, MI.P. for that county, aged 59. IOn the 23d ult. in his 83d year, at Great Malvern, Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Guise. This is a strange mistake. Either Raumer, or his translator, or both, must be exceed- ingly ignorant of the history of the period not to know that it was Sir Henry Unton, the Ambassador of Elizabeth, who challenged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 0 10 0 A Friend, do, . . 0 2 6 R. Cottfing. esq., Gloucentele 0 Gen. Sir Johlne Guise, Bart., ditto . . . . .10 0 0 Capt. Harwo d, R.N., ditto I 0 U Mer R. Subscribers-only content

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    pu n aost-pay, Of th e 4th Foot, December 28. 75th FVot-W. Harding, Gent. to be Enoign, by purchase, vice Guise, who retires, December 28. 84th Foot-Captain C. Franklyn to. he Major, by purchase, vice Bernard, who retires; Lieut. S. Subscribers-only content

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    for Longman, Orme, and Co. I. THE KING'S HIGHWAY. A Novel. ByG.F2 T R. JAMSE, Eoq. Author of "1Hoary of Guise," "1The lhsgnnnt "The Robber," " Life of Edward the Black Prince," 1' G~tlealin sf it Old School:' sc. 3 Subscribers-only content

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    14.Its. 6d. ORSE de LEON; or, the Brigand. By G. P. C R. JAMElS, Es9., Author of " Henry of Guise," " The Hugue- not." "The Robber,' "The Gentleman of the Old School,'" The King's Highway," &c. &c. London: Longman, Subscribers-only content

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