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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ro yn syehedn fwyaf am addyag. Ba Mr. Cotterill, swdwr. 'An Introduction to the g study of Poetry,' a Mr, Rolleston, eyfleithydd '.ThP c: Enoheiridion of Epictetus,' yn darlithis ya ddiweddsr I ji gynrlleidfaoedd Garmahaidd jn Dresden, ar Wordsa S Subscribers-only content

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    for a Latin Poem etitled Delphi. The econd 1 ize was obtained fora copy of English verses, en by .. Rolleston, of Tniversity College, who was 51g] last year a successful candidate for poetic fame-and the 1a t prize was Subscribers-only content

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    NOTTINGRIAM' COUN .-The Ultras called this meet- ing. whiclh was the largest ever held at Mansfield, the county town. Lanneelot Rolleston, Esq. moved a repu- lar "1 Loyal Address,'" which was read amidst-general L'x- ri-es.-s pf gcmra Henry GaIly Knight5 Subscribers-only content

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    59D of Joseph Leigh, of Belmnont, in the county of Chester, Esq., to Prances, daoughter of Sir Oswald Mosley, of Rolleston hall, in the county of Stafford, Hart, - On the 10th instant, William C. Jones, Esq., of Guaosaxuato, Mexico, Subscribers-only content

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    is that under his horse in the brook ?" inquires that good sports- man and fine rider, Mr. Green, of Rolleston, whose noted old mare had just skimmed over the water like a swallow on a summer's evening. ',Only Dick Subscribers-only content

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    change of . A celebrated rough-rider at Melton Mowbray, who greatly dis- tinguished himself in the late grand steeple-chase from Rolleston. He is paid fifteen shillings per day for riding gentlemen's young horses to hounds. apparel, to represent the people Subscribers-only content

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    78, Sir Joseph Birch, Bart. On the 28th inst., at Cheltenham, Major-Gen. Blackwell, C.B., late governor of To- bago. At Rolleston, Staffordshire, Penelope, daughter of Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart., M. P. Feb 28 last, on board the steam-boat Quorra, in Subscribers-only content

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    Broadley, Henry. 'Heneage, G. W. Richards, H. IBroadwoed, H. Hetniker, Lord. BicSford, W. Brooke, Sir A. D. Hepburn, Sir T'. Rolleston, L. Blrownrigg, S. H~erbert, Hon. S. Rose, Sir George. BrCue, Lord E. Herries, Si C. Round, Charles. Bruce, Cumming. Subscribers-only content

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    Sir W.-Bute Ramsay, W.-EdinburgleshiOe Raseleigh, W.-East Cornwall Reade, M.-Waterford City Reid, Sir John Rae-Dover Repton, G. W.-St Alban's Richards, R.-Merionethsbire Rolleston, Colonel-Sooth Not. tingham Rose, Sir G.-Christceurch Round, John-Maldon Round, C. Gray-North Eesse ROas, Captain-WeSltrainster Ru.Hhbrooke, Colonel-Suffolk Russell, C.-Reading Russoll, Subscribers-only content

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    the prisoners to tie Govel a went to get their cases tried at the assizes, and not be- fere Clr. Rolleston, M.P., at the sessions, as he was the registrate who apprehended them, committed them, and saId he was determined Subscribers-only content

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    W. Monck, appointed to the 7th Foot; Ensign C. C. Rolleston to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Douglas, who retires; E. Currie, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Rolleston. 85th Foot-The Ron. R. P. B. Fielding to be Ensign, Subscribers-only content

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    Winchester NottinghameshireNX Lord IS1 Beinnock 0 0 1 Houlds,tooh.......0 0 1 Windser Nottingham, Sooth F B Heldyard .....00 1 NortamponshreColonel Rolleston.. 0 0 1 Wolverhampton South Sir C ltuightley .0 0 1 Woadatock Capt. Vyso 0 0 1 Northaumberland, S. Subscribers-only content

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    for ten days after the attack, and then he gave himself up to the police. 'On his cross-examination by Mr Rolleston, the fellow said he was twenty-six years of age, and twelve or thirteen years ago Mr Bailey had taken Subscribers-only content

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    a sOal. X arr ia g rs. LEVINGE-ROLLESTON.-Narch 20, Sir Richard Levirnge, Bart., to Caroline Jane, eldest daughter of Colonel Rolleston, 31.P. LONG-BETHEL-3farclh 15, at Foxeartb, Mr C. Long, of King street, Portman square, to Henrietta, daughter of F. W. Subscribers-only content

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    without purchase* Ens. IV, T. E. Fosbery, from tlhe 36th Foot, to be Lieut., without purchase-84th Foot: Lieut. C. C. Rolleston to be Capt., without purchase, vice Ricbardson, who retires upon full-pay t Ens. R. Barry to be Lieut., without Subscribers-only content

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    Pevton-73rd Foot: Ensign H R Eyre, from the 99th Foot, to be Ensign, vice Gibsone, promoted-74th Foot: Ensign C J Rolleston to be Lieut, by purchase, vice M'Crummen, promoted; J F Darvall, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Rolleston-75th Subscribers-only content

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    One Guinea or Half-sa- Guinea. The FRIDAY EVENING DISCOURSES before EASTER, 1862, will probably be given by Professors i Tyndall, Rolleston, W. Hopkins, and Huxley; Dr W. Odling, Messrs James Fergusson and A. E. Durhiam, Pro- fessor Oliver, Messrs W. Subscribers-only content

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    Universities. References to the Rev. Dr JEUPIE, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford; Rev. Dr WORDSWORTH, Canon of Westminster; Sir OSWALD MOSLEY, Bart., Rolleston HallN M. T. BASS, Esq., MtP., &c. Terms onl application. BREIDENEACH'S PERFUIMIERY. (i ONCENTRATED ESSENCE, GENUINE WOOD VIOLET, price Subscribers-only content

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    Gdndral. By H. N. Oxen- ham. lo. On Psalm LXIX. By Duncan Weir. 11. Gegenbaur's Comparative Anatomy. By Pro- fessor Rolleston. 12. Fungi in Connection with Epidemics. By M. J. Berkeley. 13. Fowler's Inductive Logic. By Charles Thurot (Paris). 14. Subscribers-only content

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    CR OYAIL INSURANCE COMPANY, FIRE AND LIFE. LOMBARD STREET, LONDON, AND - NORTH JOHN STREET, LIVERPOOL SECURITY TO LIFE ASSURtEDS. From a quinquennial valuation of the entire Life liabilities made as at 31st December, 1369, by indepen- uleIt Actuaries Subscribers-only content

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