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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Copy of a Ijetter from the Ron. Vapt. Irby, of his MaJ'W tY ship Amelia, addressed to Admiral L.rd Gambler, nW' trawmiited by itis Lordship to the Ran. W. W, pole. | s Jjstis sh A Jmelia, off St. 4nderos Subscribers-only content

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    who vn i~ i MtatIier are doing well. MS On F0iday week, at avwtev, the Hita, and ev p. Irby, a younger son of Lord 11si on, to Mi ss de Creppigny, IIe eldlest daughwer nf Mh. and Lady 9. Subscribers-only content

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    Bautkes's plan, there was no one deviation but was niere ittveation, and 1to truth in it whatever. The Hon. Captain Irby, Captain Mangles, and Mr Parry, all visited Djerash at a aubsequent period; teluy spent five days aerong the ruins, Subscribers-only content

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    was to go to Irby to meet Mr Bryan King, who was there; I met him, and he conducted me to the cover where I was found; both of the defen- dants were in the scullery; Irby was on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Capt. by purchase, vice Forman, who retires; Ensign A. H. Irby, to be Lieut. by pur. chase, vice Baker; E. Stansfield, Gent, to bo Ensign, by pur. chase, vice Irby. 60tb Foot-Assistant-Surgeon T. Cowan, MD. from the Staff to be Subscribers-only content

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    attorney-at-law. Emma Webb, Tunstall, Staffordshire, mercer's assistant. T. Fic, Almondbmry, Yorkshire, innkeeper. an. Isabella Rbobson, Thornton, Yorkohire, farmer. J. Garner, Irby, Cheshire, joiner and esriweight. T. Crowe, Liverpool, provision dealer. L. B. Bartholomew, Reading, Berkshire, gentleman. W. Swain, Hosloe, Lancashire, Subscribers-only content

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    SPAIN. By George Borrow. 5s. 2 JOURNALS in INDIA. By Bishop Heber. I0s. 3. TRAVEILS in the EAST. By Captains Irby and Mangles. 2s. 6d. 4 THE SIEGE of GIBRALTAR. By Captain Drinkwater. 's. 6d. 5I MOROCCO and the MOORS. Subscribers-only content

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    BIBLE in SPAIN. By George Borrow. . JOURNALS in INDIA. By Bishop Heber. 3- TRAVELS in the EAST. By Captains Irby and Mangles. 4 THE SIEGE of GIBRALTAR. By Captain Drinkwater. 5- MOROCCO and the MOORS. By Drummond Hay. 4- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15. Fall of the Jesuits. 2s. 6d. 16. Ford's Ihandbookfor Spain. 30s. 17. Lyell's Travels in North America. 21s. 18. Irby and Mangles's Travels. 2s. 6d. 19. flay's Morocco and the Moors. 2s. 6d. 20. Thle French in Algiers. 2s. Subscribers-only content

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    Bible is Spain. By George Blnerw 2. .,,inals in India. By Bishop Heber. 3. Travels in the East By Captains Irby and Mangles 4. Siege ofGibraltar. By Captain Drinkivater 5. Morocco and the Moors. Byl ramseond Hay i Jetters from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vice Paul, who retires-51st Foot: Capt. W. HI. Ha;re to be Major without purchase vice Rice, deceased; Lieut. A. H. Irby to be Capt. vice Hare: Ensign G. 0. Nunn to be Licut. vice Irby-MSth Foot: Acting Assista,.t-Surgeon J Lawson Subscribers-only content

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    and the proceedings terminated. DEATH AND DOOMSDAY !-In Harl. MSS.,' 1550, p. ] 80, is the pedigree of Irby, where Anthony Irby has two daughters: Margaret, who married Henry Death, and Dorothy, who married John Domes- day.-- Notes and Queries.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SERIES. The Bible in Spain. By George Borrow. Journals in India. By Bishop Heber. Egypt and the Holy Land. By Irby and Mangles. The Yiege of Gibraltar. By John Drinkwater. Morocco and the Hoec., By Drummond lHsy. Letters from the Subscribers-only content

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    SERIES. The Bible in Spain. By George Borrow. Journals in India. By Bishop Heber. Egypt nnd the Holy Land. By Irby and Mangles. 'The Siege of Gibraltar. By Jobn Drinkwater. Morocco and the Moors. By Drummond Hay. Lettera from the Subscribers-only content

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    purchliseo vice Sher- vinton-ilsth Foot: Ensign J. J. C. Irby to be Lieit., without pnrchase, vice Wollocomhbe, died fl his wounds; Ensign 1'. Palmer to be lieut., by purchae, ice Irby, wrtosepromotini, by purchase. on lue3rd of Nov., 15it, has Subscribers-only content

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    Geim., vice Hainillon, promoted-4Gth. Foot: J. S. Ciurchill, l3est., vice Citicte, prumnmtel-47ttt Foot : IF. C. 1'. Mylias, Gent., vice Irby. promoted-49th Foot: XV. MaadSm, Gcnt., vice Young, promoted; F. Powell, Gent., viE- ChalIfield, pre- moted-50th Foot: F. Falkner, Gent., Subscribers-only content

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    77th; Capt. Maynard, 88th; Lieut. Kenny, ditto; Lieut. Mackesy, 97th; Lieut. Bellew, 2nd Batt. let Royals; Lieut. Stewart, ditto; Lieut. Irby, 47tb; Capt. Ambrose, 3rd; Lieut.-Co]. Campbell, 90th; Capt. Hunter, 47th; Lieut. Boyd, 17th; Lieut. Trent, 48th; Lieut. Breedon, 3rd; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marchant, of the 49th, who was wounded; Capt. Wolsev, Both; and Lieuts. Chatfleld and Eustace. of the 49th; and Palmer, Irby, and Waddilove. of the 47th ; and Capt. Hunter, 47th; and Lance-Corporal Quinn, 47th, who took a Rissiani officer Subscribers-only content

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    Capt. A. SicKinistry, lnth Feat: Capt H. Gray, 21st Foot ; Capt. ft Inglis, 181h _Foot ; Capt. A. H1. Irby, blat F(ool CAP W. C. Trevor, 14th Foot; Capt. C. R. Cblicltestel, 97th Foot, Capt. Xv. Payn, 531d Foot; Subscribers-only content

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    Foot : Breo.-oj by InR a.. v. Ansulo-sen, Rho retirE Lies:. It. B. Haoson to be Capt., by scoute,, o Irby t Erns. W5'. C. B. Sc: It to te Linac, by uroc., v. tclohson-m2nd Footh : LEimnti ad Capt. Subscribers-only content

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