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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2Ht,. at Maerke church, meay Sallbarn-by. the-Bee. Mr. Wrm. Benton, of Saitburn, to Caroline, footrbh daughter of Mr. Thos. Carsey, Primrosehill, Wakefield. :owrcB -NoBT}iaRoP--June Gth, at Bradford parish church, Mr' Samuel Chadwick, of Allerton, to Mis Sassy Northrop, of Havden. Subscribers-only content

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    the Stewards, as under:- . - O a' Mr. JAMES PALMER, 6, Nevw Church-street, Lisson grove. Frost, Mr. Matthew, 28, Primrosehill,' Salisbury-squire, Fleet-street.' Ryall, Mr. Nathaniel, 44, Eastcheap. Taylor, Mr. Thomas, Newington-butts. Stables, Mr. William, 21, North-street, Westminster. Morrice; Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    of the Woods and Foreets aboateixtuco Jeare. It' w1as eeleoted by-the B7ght Hoon. W. Cowper from the east oide of Primrosehill. 'In tbe' removal hbout .6 It. oqhare of eartb was ,kpt~round the root, and about 6 ft. deep. Mr Subscribers-only content

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    SHEPHERDS' ANNUAL MOVABLE COMMITTEE. FIFTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. The sixty-second annual Parliament of the Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds (Aahton Unity) wah resumed in the V.M.C.A. Hall, Dundee, yesterday -Brother Wright Wood, J. P., Chief Shepherd, presiding. SALARIES OF OFFICIALS. Subscribers-only content

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    DUNDEE AND THE INDIAN JUTE MILLS. Commerce, in its weekly issue dated January 2, referring to the recent meeting of the Dundee Chamber of Commerce in regard to the working hours obtaining in Indian jute factories, says : - Subscribers-only content

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    MONEY AND STOCKS. Tuesday. Wednesday. Exchange*- Paris, ... 25.27 25.284 New York,... *.&»_ *.E44 Calcutta, 15331-32 d Is 2_M Buenos Ayres Gold Premium. 164 167 _0 •a-*. By* * 28Ad 28& d Bank rate, ... _. 2_p.c. BCO_TTBH BANK Subscribers-only content

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    NEW YOBK CLOSING PIIICES. New York, Wednesday. Stocks opened irregular, and remained so for the most part of the day. The closing was generally weak. Money easy. Cotton quiet. Petroleum firm. Lard firm, and active. Wheat and corn firm, Subscribers-only content

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    CRICKET Mb Paul's Eleven v. Carnodstib.- iThe return match between the above Clubs was played at Car- noustie on Saturday afternoon, and again resulted iv a draw, although very decidedly in favour of the Dun- dee eleven, who batted Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL WEDDING. [From a Special Correspondent.] The marriage of Princess Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar, the eldest daughter of the Prince of Wales, to Alexander "William George, sixth Earl and the first Duke of Fife, was solemnised on Saturday Subscribers-only content

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    FOOTBALL. Forfaf.shire Football ASSOCIATION.- A meeting of the Forfarshire Football Association waa held in Slathers' Hotel last night -Mr H. Bryan (Arbroath), president, in the eh lir. A protest was submitted from the Johnstono Wanderers regarding their tie with Subscribers-only content

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    THE NILE EXPEDITION. I A FRENCH VIEW. Paris. Wednesday (Renter).- The Journal Dcs Debats, in an article on the Nile Expedition, says it seems the Anglo Egyptians are lees desirous of exterminating the dervishes in a short campaign j Subscribers-only content

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    " T^ICHBOKNKniPO^rURE /^SpitU'droighV'house on the - j .iil not =-» T * . ,„_ f ,ther time in my life, •b Jun*. lg "" n " L'-V to take apartments at her 2tb**^ n £* Wr'saw the woman so Subscribers-only content

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    ®l)e Dmtfce Catmer & &.rgtt& (PUBLISHED DAILY.) Price ONE HALFPENNY. DUNDEE, SATURDAT, OCTOBER 5, 1872, REGISTERED FOR TRANSMISSION ABROAD N„. 5987. Subscribers-only content

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    BROUGHTY FEE RY. Bad Bots-A Droctuy V.mian.-.u • Police Court yesterday-Bailie iryffe p«siumr _» message boy pleaded guilty to stealing ' I , bottle of whisky from _be pocket of an int"x"*^ labourer ou the street. Ie isiine "lit Subscribers-only content

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    I Printed and Published Every Morning, *«* -*" CHARLES ALI-JCANDER S »' XA> -. : ! i.iudsay Street. Dundee, -, r CHAM -3 *-■ residing _„ Na. 5 £..-**_-_: -'':-" : " " Subscribers-only content

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    BRUTAL MURDER IN THE ISLE OF WIGHT. A barbarous murder has been committed at Elm- field, about a mile from Ryde, Isle of Wight. A young woman named lUrber has for the past few weeks been living there with Subscribers-only content

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    ADDITIONAL SUPPLY OP W A Tpo The following ie the correspondence <m t_ between the Town Council and the Wat since the meeting oi the householders on k***l January :-- "the Jj* Council Chamber, Dundee, lotii Pel .. • Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL COMMISSION ON SHIPPING. We (Newcastle Chronicle) hear that the Royal Commission on Shipping is not finding its course al- together a smooth one. Not only do the Board of Trade officials propound different remedies for the same Subscribers-only content

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    Printed and Published every Morning for the Propriet . by CHARLES AUtfA-ID-Ut. at Ac Offlce, >*" JU __._.. _■___*». Subscribers-only content

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    PROPERTY MARKET. Dundee.-A property at the corner of Hunter Street and Hawkliill, Dundee, consisting of licensed shop and dwellinghooaee, was sold privately on Saturday in the chambers of Messrs Dickie k Paul, solicitors, Whitehall Street, to a client at Subscribers-only content

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