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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of GROCERIES AND TINNED GOODS, C comprlsiog Sewt. 'Ceylon, Pekoc, Gunpowder, and other TEAS; 2cws. Borax Dry Soap, 2cwt. Musk Paran Soan; Perfection, Titan, (i Venus, Instant Cleanser, and other SOAPS; 3cwt. Wax Candles; Two tiross TOMATOES, Osborne Brand; Eight Subscribers-only content

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    Boston. arrived. The Archi. 5S tect for Pernamebuco' sailed. The Niger. for West Afrim, of ports, sailed lhe Obedeose, from Paran dn'! the Garrick, from le Valparaiso, arrived. Th1: Orion left for Colon. The Floefe n Italifax, the CaIlbroman, for Subscribers-only content

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    NeTL d, cthtko.IL-Hr-use to Let, containing diming and raigrooms, two Jdt,.ltoss, three bed roerm,, bath er-cm, two ws ,late gar-,en.--Apply. Paran Deere. St.-Air-tn Rd-, Mosaeley. RLT1AE. lsmedhrroesso.-pynPrme. RO~GWm;RoVR (flow ?,d4, between. town anid st~atio-el- Bil, cauveni~enb Residence;, four re-ception, five Subscribers-only content

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    san BoadingEstablishment, and21,~ve± Prad. Aso.P~rivate Apart- 1 t .-rvto Apartments. facing fiea; good cooking and .&&stesdace.Terms modera~te.-Afrs. atubZa, 6t, West ,Paran ,K7Pz-Bord and Residence; liberal table ; central positio~n. PJaraderm moderaUe-Iissa Mitctsell. Proprietrass, 26, West RUiYL-~Sittinz, twoe bed roomns; sea- Subscribers-only content

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    ` paartcoM- 11-1. - ! 4 - . Pricev af Ceo irot Ltivespool, Monda,'. May 26. The dperitiOns iu)Antrican Cotton since bur last report - .haye been uDnusnally extensive, the sales of which description d16one. amopnting to near N1,000 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5Ad. to Wid.; M70 Pernaimbuco oi d. to 702.: 2050 Mlaraitham 5nd. toOld.; 010) llohia Old. to 0Ad. ; 20 Paran ,d.; :02; Egyptian ~dto 712.;d130 1)emerara ied. to.ild.; 20 Vest India pdd. to Old.; 15 Barbadoes 53d.; G50 Surat Subscribers-only content

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    AtN trimmed with gauffred tulle. The erown, of moderate height, in Fe' ornamented with white ribbons, arid white ostrich feathers. Paran. ftlr sol of figrired lilac 'gros de Noles. an. in YOeNa LADY'S DnEss.-Cambrlepantaloons, and Jaconot *c muslin frock, embroiderol Subscribers-only content

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    TAXES REPEALED. LIST OF 430 ARTICLES PROPOSED TO BE EXEMPTED FROM DUTY~. Resolutions proposed to be moved in committee o h Customs Acts:.- 1. Resolved,-Tbat from and after the day of 15 5, the duties of customs chargeable upon~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    40 guinasa. Second cabin £618 to £C22. Carries C' ass experienced snrgeon. y Apply to JOHN LtsoGorr, 9, Dllliter-street, or Paran TIrNDALL, .2Jun., 17, Grsoechurch-Strset. rjlE TH I ST LE LI N EOF h ~ ~ P CKETS FOR AUSTRALIA.-FROM Subscribers-only content

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    relict of EDWARD BuOOKE, Rsq. 3Same day, aged 84, BLIZABeTr, relict of Soscs'sr lousow;,REsq., of -Rothwell. Same day, at Curzon Paran, Chester, aged 55, Tnioarjs B. BLACK- BURN, Eq, fGmnge Hue ikned ISame day, at her residence, High Hall, Pickering, Subscribers-only content

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    cONTENTS.. si Or TllE WE EKLY SUPPLEMENoT LEEjDS ME'RCURY .9 or TElS DAY~ (SIATIJDAY), Jxs. 4TH, 1890. OPEIX CE XPER ofw 'THrg;~E KEEPERz OF THE KEYS :" I}iT lr'Tc.M<ET of E'IS I~~o: By Detectiv~e Ai TR-XOLD\ 1' ElliR;" A Subscribers-only content

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    BEDSTE ADS, sulto TaPersan an 6enc. in aLt the niewest des nus, at O.ld Prices. 000 BEDSTEADS in STOCIL fankd`snis Paran Bedsteads, 2g«s. Splendid Hoasgiuga to Fit. hn D i-Brass Pwaith isin Bestead, very 0 I asive, Ig .: w.Orth Subscribers-only content

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    -1 EtPI¼..?SA??f. C. WOB? - -" istc/Tl'U £{AA.K. 'I N AATh'OE to-cc' ?\I (FN'A2t?ot ARTICLCO LOP. SALE. a -., T?- ale ? dcc. 5 03Ale00fl Thntope?nce? ______________ C,,\GECGATIONA-.L CHURCH. Al -NLTAIP-.0-.TZ IjOnno '07 -T ' '057i ?Wb0LAY2Jflt0fl LLZf'Eb.--. at Subscribers-only content

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    eadigb ol and itns-,b bury for the championsi anod £2110 aide bt ook place on Tuesdato os oveu~- Lr. tHe Paran oatBrgatcourse. Finet watwher pealddrnthe contlfSat eestoo whic wlasoreoverjus favisour edby smoonthwather Mithdew was the favouinthea theldstart, butelrausbury ahicedmately took Subscribers-only content

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    rrmuot win the I'eP Wiltout givrtts 1p the XtscP. if I I to 1? 7. ?to KS, and th' doubled Paran n rc as inLf.eerre forwctire ..5 ;. single B on the Ptook's file. 1 K toB 7sonv oul win Subscribers-only content

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    hin the business for some years, n-ill in future bhan- yf chided in the title of the firm. Messrs. Grif£Etch. Paran, and Ce. have arrangied to -s piblieh a ne-i three-volame novel ov; Mis, Florence MArryat. entitled 'A Fatal iSeUcCe," Subscribers-only content

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    ;jT$S NEW So| . . Ra3uvaa's Tsr@anSaasj TUIE ,CONGREKS. PnPLs, May' 28, Evening. Identical notes 'have been dispatched' by' England, Yrance, and Russia to Vienna, Berlin,- Franklforti anda. favourably recoiveid, and it'is',belivbd ;t sentativek of the different Powere will Subscribers-only content

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    ITre: p~olitical condition (of Sp~air is sail to lhe moat critical. The mzisgovernmlent of the country under T~UE LE..EDSMERClUR WYS jl the present dynasty has brought it to the verge of s., ruin, social anud commercial, as wvell as Subscribers-only content

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    MONEY MARKET. I UABB AN.D PROD~uan KAMSTs. LONDON, Friday. Ths w0 ormti In the Ito"" of Loral in the matter of Rho Itish O'unrh Bill at finrt had a sklmaUlating afoot upon 04e Fglh Funds And the otherleading eouritles, Subscribers-only content

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    RESIDENCES, Inanely. 'Ime Hacgrase Farrm,in Seer-of t, Bari-ek in-Elnuat, and Shadwofi. TIise Rssedhay Orangea Farm, in 8hadwell. TIle Stifiladll Grunge Paran, in ShadwILk Ti ItisPomnm H all Farm, in Ititurdhes',. I ai-fley'a Farm, in Do. 'laHonThe Panrk Farm, in Dto. Subscribers-only content

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