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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of her Majesty. The Japanese and c in ervian Ministers were introduced, and presented their s n credentials. Professor TIonry Ruscoe was afterwards intro- f er duced, and received the honour of knighthood. t SIR ST.UFORD NoRTrTCOTL'S VISIT TO THE Subscribers-only content

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    0 Guardsman, Set 121b .. Daley 0 Durham, 8st 41b . . T. French 0 Rosins, 7st 71b . . Ruscoe 0 Belle of the Ball, 7st Glb . . S . Adams 0 Golden Cross, 7st 21b .... Morris Subscribers-only content

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    Rotton, fish dealers, Dale EaL .Police-constable Ruscoe said hle "let the prisoner goin, into a public-house in Thoumas Street, on Wednesday, with a goose in his possession. Suspecting that he ha' stolen it, Ruscoe asked the prisoner to account -for Subscribers-only content

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    the Commis- sioners ought to be abolished. In the "Patent Division,'" many important alterations are suggested. The chief clerk (M1r. Ruscoe), it will be remembered, was suspended in December, 1864, and his duties had since been performed by the second Subscribers-only content

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    were gone. Prisoner succeeded in eluding the vigilance of the police unsit Saturday, when lie was apprehsomned by Police- constable Ruscoe. le pleaded guilty, and was committed for sic months. RO uBERIalS FROss TII PErSoN.-lVilliain Deakia (19), thief, 1 Court, Subscribers-only content

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