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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the clrhs to the magis- tiates, and placed at the bair before Mr Atkins.-Mr Vine, the landlord of the Pollhill Arias, atid his ostiler, depos d to the facts.-Mr Atkins said, 1kive yott anything to say respect ng' the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ENDOWED SCHOOLS ACTS AMENDMENT i B3ILL. HOUSE OF COMMONS, TUESDAY. Order read, for resuming adjourned debate o-namnosd- ienst proposed to question [20th July), "That Mry. Speaker do now leavs the chair ;" and which amend- muent was, to leavo Subscribers-only content

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    );) ,\ t NCIA. J THE ATRICATiS I 1 nif Orlj OWNV CORBESPONDE.TN3.) ABERDMEN. j{Ce ~: JIF-ocs HPATRF.-Les5q&0 sftil arcrss Miss IflB I Prompted byv their formier efort in St. Ha1110 ll, thle, Irvin. Amnateu-r Dramnatic, Society arelli's I Subscribers-only content

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    v. Colegrave; Burton v. Elslob, Gee v. Single; Simnmonds v. Robson- - Eager v. Greenwood; Neely V. Lawson; Allard v. Pollhill; Jones v. Htart.. HOUSE OF LORDS.-(YESTERDAY) SHEEHY AND OTHERS v. LoaD MUsRcBi1RY.-POwRB of LEASING.-This appeal fromthe Court of Chancery Subscribers-only content

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    sin ep, bred by Mr. Pratt, 15/! ■ V cart stallion, not more than four years old ; Mr. w" Pollhill, of Eyford, Gloucestershire, 105 guineas. Three small store pigs ; bred by Lord W estern. 111. The gloat dinner Subscribers-only content

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