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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1tOAD. By NeIMROD. With Thirteen Ptlatea oy Aleet, and a Pertr-st of Nimtrd ic Dnnirl .Mechli, R.A. nvo. Ids. .1-ha Murra, Alsbemarle streos Loisdoe: P.-inted for the Pr-piri- ccx, Au on o Bty `'3 N n. TIRu ay CdaRLots cccld Subscribers-only content

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    SPAIN. Letters from Madrid announce little news of any in. terest, if we except the mention of an advantage oh. tained over Negri, near Saliagun, a place famed in Sir John Moore's expedition. The most important news of the Subscribers-only content

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    Angas, Esst.he Ro D. Meangles, Esq. Pr oho Auldje, Esq. Jasmes Morrison, Es . M.P Colonel Henry Brnen. 'r. Lami Murra, , t Esq. Edsoard H. Chapoan, Esq. Brice t earse, jon., Erq. Earl of Durham. Lord Pe ere. Itussell Subscribers-only content

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    I ADDlttI. Tlhursday, the Comedy of THE FOUNDI.INGS- by Mrss Iuckstone, Keeley, Leigh 31urray, H1-owe, Parselle, linaidu; Mes- danies Leighs Murra y, 1. S. Buckcinghamo, Aoseli Vinixe, Selby, andl Fitasilliom Wilt3lsOX AND COX MARVIIED AND SETTLED. And THE WO51AN IADI)lOE.- Subscribers-only content

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    the Ccmedy of TIIE LADIES' BATTLE; in which ressrs Leich Murra, H-osac, Parselle; Mcsdames Amelia Vining and Stirling -ill appear. 'With ilASKi; AN'D FACES: or, Beforec and Behind the Curtaill. A CA.1ITAL i MATCH. To conclude with DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. Subscribers-only content

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    POETS. Ei itel, with Notes, by PIrT'e C rUiNolnrAle P S.A Vi. .Y. (Cowtplotiug the Work.l Ovo, Ts. 6d. ( Murra British Ciasice.'J xrr. The MECHANICAL INVENTIONS of JAMES WATT : their Origin cuid Progress. With litroduc- tory blouroir. ByJXS. Subscribers-only content

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    ALBEsARtr. STREET, December, 1854. MR MURRAY S LIST. The CRIMEA and ODESSA, their Climnote and Resosurcess described from personal kno,,ledge. BY Professor 7ocr. I'ost sro, {Next week. II. KNOWLEDGE is POWER: a View of the Prodnetirc Forces of Modern Subscribers-only content

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    BOORS FOR TOURISTS, A Comparative Enquiry as to the Preventive and Curative Influence of the Climates of Pate, and of Montpellier Hyeres, Nice, Rome, Pisa, Florence, Naples, iarritz, on,, o1 Health and Disease, with a Description of the Watering Subscribers-only content

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    Lieut., witiLtoet purc., v Goibblns; Ent J. B. tacknZie, to be Lieut., by pate., v Mloitrsom-34l Fuloot: T. hi. Mcl). Murra, Gent., to be Lrs. by pure, , Fox, prom. in 24th Boot-3ith Foot: Lieut. WV. IL Paul, fort tbe Subscribers-only content

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    placed an unjustified con- struction upo; the statements of M-. Gladstone pci)- lislnrxl hvIt 07hOsserrafore to ,-r . Sri J.mn. Murra ys Patent P lid Z,,rneda sctd perftct dige'teor, erra acidity, and relderas hes..itb, without inury to the coa of Subscribers-only content

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    this (Wednesday) morning. IMPORTANT TO GAM Knrsus.-At the DerbyiCounty Court yesterday, the following case was heard :-Abel and (arnege v,. Murra and Lee. This was an action of consider. able importance, as affeoting the right of gamekeepers to stop and Subscribers-only content

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    - Apya tpJDaefleil', 62. St. P&ula Square.031 iplaNCH rollshere.-A. first-eleaa WOHMKA9. if eteady. cani eb ao cocstant emploqment. by applylng Murra and Son. ,W ~aL' otil 4 W ANTED, by the Heeodiaopay sober, steoadyMA. f Se aipi~ableof aing Mains edB Subscribers-only content

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    WARWICKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES, CROWN COURT.-YERiRDAY. BEzOaro MR. JUSTICE MELLOR, JUDGE. FAJISE PRrrNUcRS AT STUDLEY.-arAh JobsRn.(53), aneedlemaker was indited forobtaining, byfalse pretenoe, a quqntity oe gocer and provisions from Eliza Tread- Ild, at Studley, en &te 21st January, d t Subscribers-only content

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    aIYGATIONS YAGAIM UEBDCAL-WAITXD bya Medles filat. (moe Wi cam attend Midwffty PMfsed odre~o esential.-APply, before Eleven a~m. at 81- atshueLm ~e VOLU~iTARY OIIGANISIT faMehdtlreI N~~rgeledOLMMWAWNNT of One110115-s A~ eim oea Vidar reoe.-pl~24 mairy-AdfuNrcTab YOT r hddes A 8 ~ Subscribers-only content

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    EP IR0N Waroted, as good Plain Coolk, about 93 years old, to a PGentlemans aganily.-Agppl, ra Gosling, Greengrocer, High Streeat;orilMrs. Murra, High1 Steet.West Bromwfah. ch15t G IL,-antd. mme~atlya. urs, aout16-Apply, Mrs. 'WABFID an xpeiened Hss-e fr 3 hilrenInalamilly shortly VT Subscribers-only content

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    PuBma AMUSEXENTS. 3 n1HEATRE ROYAL.-LAST WEEK BUT ONE of Z the Grand PANIOA111'4E. yo-;slvrT " TRJT COltEICA?1 BROrTElS," and " TiE FA~YFAWN." - GtrPAM, March 24, Mr. and Mrs. BARNEY WILLIAMS, the Drigneill Irish Boy and Yankcc Gal, will Subscribers-only content

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    SITUATI.ONS VACANT. ~gT~At'i a stadysoberMasi to Isep plain set of n flock, in cia Irnmongey trad. Goodreforeca requrd,,A~p Vy T.7 'A\ED, respcctablo . woledctetY t, about 18, aS Junior I l willing to mob hsuel geneally u .idj~-s,, 5.: Subscribers-only content

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    nnMATIONfl--~, FIJI'. lhSchool. ArroimIs x1.'%0w UitugaiVoola. AdiiA . D~ally Post. o1128 \\T Ami% 141t1 at(Iittw aidles floi _________ 4e infoiteI.oc11r0forileardora. 'I''rtiie, I ealo')a olltor.jldadd irn ii. l aj . .Z. 10 oiitl~thotoil ale y""alchti" teo' Two Volit ea~jila titstuiuld Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. The report of the cotton crops in America are highly promising. An Illinois judge has decided that a washing bill cannot he collectcl, Pittsburg is nii-i to have more newspapers that any city of its size it fOle Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.. id ~~~P.ACLN~G N'OTE S. S There was ass un usually large attendac StEpqosu this ajier- noonal to critness the City and Suburban ruin for, and tue dcelFiifr. Ythis populer handicap sins folly tip to the average, no Subscribers-only content

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