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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn deall pub gair a wneid gan y swvn. Canodd mewn encer, 'Tingle Jack.' Canodd Mr. Thomas Williams, Hey- wood-street, 'Harts of oak' (Dr. Bryce), a 'The Reefer' (Rockstro). Yr oedd ei dclatganiad yn ol ilais, sain, ac amser yn Subscribers-only content

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    "Joshua." Gnosbr, 25 Gini, a thlws man God's universal law" (Samson),- and "As aur cyfwerth a'r gadair. Beirniaid-Parch. Dr. the Harts pants" (lst chorus inlMendelssohn's 42nd Edwards, Bala, J. Hugh Evans, Lerpwl,' a Hwfa Psalm; Prize, £150, and a Gold Subscribers-only content

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    o iatau. [Y LLADMERYDD, Mai, 1887.] Y mae y rhifyn hwn eto yn dechlreu gydag un o bre gethau digymar y Parch. D. C. Davies, M.A. Wed gwrando y bregeth er's mwvy nag ugain mlynedd yn ol, darllenasom hi Subscribers-only content

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    THEl EX:AMlINE:R, .. ~ ~ ~ luna .. t . ON POIIDMSI C.OYADTETIA 'FOR THE :YEAR 1826. PARTY 15 TILE MADNESS OF MANY FOR THE GAIN OF, A iFW.'pOPR. _~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ LONDON-. PRtNTHD AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN HUNT, AT TIE Subscribers-only content

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    Laumbeth. ' - DIED. On the 9th inst. Anne; wife of G. A. Martin, Esq. of Freezy Water, Wltbalth cross, Harts. On Thursday, at Bath, Dane Henrietta Champneyo; of Exton, relict of Si' T. Champseys, Bart. Her Ladyship was in Subscribers-only content

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    as RuBENs's, without any of his coarseness. The 1luntssmen are indeed all " bowmen bold," the Deer are "'the chiefest Harts of Chevy Chase," and the Dogs truly " gallant Grey- hounds." There is nothing of pretence here-all is completely Subscribers-only content

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    Co.; WhitrikerTreachet, andCo.; Hersnand toC. ; I. Souseri l ;and Sipkhin and tIlarshall. Works published during the Week by Lo'sSirabe, Harts, OR ibt, BRoWNl, A .nT GiOsstE, T1-Jr POLITICAL LIFE of the RIGHT HOY. GEORGE Short Ret-ioe of Foreign Affairs Subscribers-only content

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    Balfe. THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN. TO-MORROW, MACBETH. Macbeth, Mr Macready. After which, THESTEEL PAVILION; or, The Charcoal Burners of the Harts. PRIVATE BOXES to be bad only of Mr SAMS, St James's street. THEATRE ROYAL, HAYMARKET. TO-MORROW, MACBETH. Macbeth, Mr Subscribers-only content

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    his warehouse boy, to count the ribbons that lay in a drawer in his lower warehouse. They were counted in Harts presence and marked, and found to consist of 64 piecee. About ten o'clock of the same day the prisoner Subscribers-only content

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    bardwaremaa-Marchh 9, B1. Har- greaveS, Manchester, tailor. CERTIFICATES. February 24, J. Jay, Landon wall, builder-Febraary 27, R. Brooks. Saint Albaes, Harts, grocer-February 27, W. Rayner and J . Rayner, Uibridtge. 1i ddlesex, se ed crusbers-Febr,,ary 27, F. Devey, PbohniS wharf, Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, July 26. Wayr-ofice, July 26.-2nd Regiment of Life Guards: Lient. H. D. W. Lyon, from the 2nd Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, vice Hawksley, who exchanges-2nd DragOnO: Liout. Aa C. D. Rawissley, from the 2nd Subscribers-only content

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    EFiOM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, December 13. Wariofce, December 13.-3rd Regiment of Light Dragoons: Assist.-Sur geon W. L. Reid, LM.., from the Staff, to be Assist..Surgeon, vice Tronsadehl-pro- moted on the Stff-ItthLigst Dragoons: Capt. J. IL. Wederbura, from half-pay Subscribers-only content

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    ,tiloghtor-0t1 the B3d, t Lee, Kantetile wif, otf p vyodliant, Eaq., of EL son- sin the 1st, at Shantey Lrtire, Harts thle rite ,f So A. Holtiett, Mitrt., eta sate and hieir-OD the tA, at Motheenr Carste Mrs Snytti, of Subscribers-only content

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    fiatuleney, spasms, siekness of the rtomacts nnd vrnsitings, leave been removed Oy Do Barry's excellest b'oodsfter all ,lediciec had failed. Harts J liy, Wur- thing. Lieg, sear Diss, Nlorfolk." Cure No. 3,905-''Thirteen yeases cough, indigentlel, nod generaldehility have been removed Subscribers-only content

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    a daughter-On the 16th, at Hillingdon Court, Uxhridge, the Hon ltre Cecil nuncombe, of a daughter-On the 17th, at Chorleywood, Harts, the wife of W Longrnan, Esq, of a daughter. _sanW iages.-On the 12th. Captain Steele, to Martha, eldest daughter Subscribers-only content

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    THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. Battle at Frederieksburg. Early on the morning of the 13th inst., in the midst of a dense fog, General Reynolds, commanding the left of the Federal army at Fredericksburg, advanced and engaged the Confederate Subscribers-only content

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    will go to Canady, stoppin on their way at Concord, N. H., where I understan there is a Muslum of Harts. You see I'm sassy, friend Wales, hittin' all sides; but no offense is ment. You know I ain't a Subscribers-only content

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    Bonus. 1. to be paid on A Application, and 41. on Allotment. C DIRECTORS. A F. Bashford, Esq., The Bavins, Harts. S Roger Fenton, Esq., Mount Grace, Potter's Bar. I Colonel John B. Gowen Civil Engineer, London. X B. C. Subscribers-only content

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    Lisipbeant and William r d Hodgson, labourers, have been* arrested in connection. with r as the, aoahing affray at Slevenage, Harts. George Webb, t p.the injured man, haes in, a very precarious condion t id Mr. R. A. Kinglake, J.P., Subscribers-only content

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    Er, W old. LI. each pup.-To be eene, and all partilar h,, Ser during Dng 6how7 week, at H. T. Harts Livery and Cantribol ae Stables, Greni;Chare Street, Birminghamn, OW ) B ardBltchlr hoated), champion breed:rmost promslj 8.ST .In klhgdem.-4! Subscribers-only content

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