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    others for her to hatch, and then commence with another fowl." The authoress, not having seen the remarkable volcano of Mayon, about six leagues from Manilla, has little more to say of the island of Luzon,-and a few pages further Subscribers-only content

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    STrNLv.FY. eth lnoitit;. Plans. so, ats. LETTERS front rIIGH LATITUDES. hemn some Ac'couns of an Yadit Voyage to Icelatid, JIan Mayon, ant S pithberges. Br LoBD Dos-nasa. sth Edition. Ilmustrations, Poet ecu. 70. 6d. TRAltIES and RESEARCHES at NINETi and Subscribers-only content

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    Tatteromoise.- X Q. Appy apntr rsnod Co,, Blehop Street Sooth. oU1191 cISIr'I'YGTRA.DE.-Wotd aIaa~edt the Pluging G~AN9 dlFne-TaylEr,- Wonteds , Lae0 Mayon rthere.S G'LCEobsey Rood, Smal~ Htesth . (IRL (young) Wanted, for Office Work,-AlsPply, perlionafflin', 1 tO XG 110, Great Charces Subscribers-only content

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    A. BI N-r. lOs. - A. 0 M-. v Busrer . 6d. 6L ew subecriptions;: Mr. a sul £2 2a Mayon, £:L LQ.; Mr. James Hirak. £L. l; r I ;, Smith, £L la.; Mr. W. T.. Rnshin. £1. I, Subscribers-only content

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    BIR2=GHAM DAIY CoMPk2Y The eighth annual meeting of the Birmirnl Dpi Cornpany (Limited) was held at Colmre cin.,.. NewhaL Street, yesterday morning Aidermnau c., presided; and amongst thosep trosentrers t. Clhamberlain, MP., Joel 6Cdburv,S. (directors), Messrs. T. IL G. Subscribers-only content

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    vcli arncrwctic to £3101110. ps-t anoncm. 'Ph'' N'Oliwicc: 1tarttri~ltIrt reptordin cth tieproplerty ctire takern fromc- h'le. Rettorts of Caiptirto Jamces Mayon Craee, of Cant Borei CortiwatlH as rell-known nutingri:clyinrer cud c''ra'rt. who 1vas secit.0cut cipeitialy toý eccuccict. the propitireti in Subscribers-only content

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    i( rjo di3 by nii, o(ielti- ;ieUir orinmore,ito it, country b~rrll. o jjtl' ,i iCrtrr.,20we Citcu b S ,tre iieae'ot, Mayon I 'f e I ady :1in i %.ttssrortLip.- [;i va crd Vilhas, thoster Itral, I Irlingrre. ,7___________ 5',"4 Cri Subscribers-only content

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    Bi3jiRMcINCJAM AIND THE I'AILWAY A njnetint. of :radix. over h h Maser. v-aq hold set' "(rday. ait01e Four xil 1101 lou-, to oensidl- 0-cI.e pre:(.ent qtaf~o . f cix.- pnwi-L' dolt.-s Ivili rega-rd as tt-x.-It,- railwaZy ratesH and C-1as-llirat-xilti. Subscribers-only content

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    IS mirt aliv ov Mat rIhle Queen and the Prince Consort, accompanied by the Princess Alice, rode on horseback on Tuesday morning, attended by the Hon. Mary Bulteel, Lord Colville, Colonel the Hion. A. N. Hood, and Captain da Subscribers-only content

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    lice Council not to purchase the laud in questiotc. Ho hoped lice Council would not now slier its decision. The Mayon cc visiced to say that he considered it to be Icis dccty to recomcsend the matter to be agaics Subscribers-only content

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    and was also running away, when Taylor gave chase, captured him, and, handed him over to the care of Policreconstable Mayon (284). It was the prisoners first known offence, and the case was dealt ewith summarily. The prisoner wovas sent Subscribers-only content

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    1$Pffing Intflugaut. lMANCHESTER BETTING-SAT'usAaY. We send below the betting. There seemed at the finish a strong disposition to back Marionette and Musjid for the Derby. The events for the meeting At-Donmaster were not mentioned. In reality little doing. THE Subscribers-only content

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    -spatug 3Attiligmt. EPSOM SUMMER MEETING, To tbe EDrroR4 of the DAILY POST. Sir,-This great meeting, which is fixed to take place on to-morrow (Taesday) and the following days, bids fair, from the appearance of the programme, to be a Subscribers-only content

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    J. Bawring, Rev. J. Kelly, Messrs. F. Willington, J. F. Woody, F. Hunter, V. Robinsou, C. B. IHamel, J. NV. Mayon, C. Briggs, J. Cheatle, Knight, Watermarok, Sinclair, Greenwood, G. Peters, T. Lowe, Sharples, A. XV. Neville, J. Wlillington, Taylor, Subscribers-only content

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    A. Bass, 8th Stafford Riles; Lieut. Nevill, 2od bat., 1st company Birmingham Rifles; Lieut. E. W. Nevill, Ensign J. W. Mayon; Messrs. E. B. Hamel, J. Shaw, J. L, Jennings (ex-Mayor), S. Bramall, J. Shaw, C. Briggs, WY. Sharples, G. Subscribers-only content

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    do our correspondonts mean ? '"H. B." should address his letter to the Committee of Enquiry. The speech of Ensign Mayon, at Tamwortb, is scarcely the subject to be usefully discussed by a lady. "W. J. "-In Birmingham we have Subscribers-only content

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    description, and was discussed heartily; after whieh the Mayor gave the usual loyal toasts, and they were duly honoured. Ensign Mayon gave "The Bishop and Clergy of the Diocese." He spoke highly of the Bishop as a clergyman, a Christian Subscribers-only content

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    J. S. Wright, Syson, W. Harris, and Boweer. The proceedings were of a formal character, and consisted simply in the Mayon reading the follow- ing announcement: '- I now declare that, during the three doys' poll which ensued upon the Subscribers-only content

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    vice Wiflingtca, resigned - Samuel Arnold, gent,, to be Licut., vice Nleville, promnotedi; Thomas Dnmolo, gent., to ha Ensign, vice Mayon, resigned;- George Utormarek, gent,, to bsHon. Assist, -9urg. Worcester Volunteer Rifle Corps-13th Ceinpany-Joha Blaney Pakington, Esq., to be ap.vce Subscribers-only content

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    company were the Rev. John Mould (vicar), Robinson, Bigaby, Bowring, and Jan. Mactaggarte Misers, Knight, Shaw, Hil (ex. Mayor), Browne, Mayon, Hand. R. NOvIlU, lHIyWood, Adjutant Davis, and Adjutant Packwood. Captain Nevill proposed the "Health of the Queen- the "Prince Subscribers-only content

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