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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bed took tie, by wr hich event both of them Inst their lives: AIARRIAGE9. Tuesday, at St. James's Ch'Usch, Pobert Rushbrooke, Eso. to Miss Davers. After the cerensotiy, they sat 9lit for Lord Jlawlkeoburvys Villaj at Cuombe Wood. At Rickrnansworth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 3076 Gurney (R) . . 2866 RADNOR. Wilkins (R) . . 4831 SUFFOLK (WEST.) Wilson (R) . . 1729 Rushbrooke (T) 1658 Logan (T) . . 1509 Hales (R) . . 1356 Two first returned. SomERSET (WEST.) Sanford (R) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sit Waltar B. Lincolu's inn Riddell, Francis Henry, Lincoln's inn Riddell, Henry Matthew, Lincoln's inn Reeves, Henry, 13 Eeatherstone buildings Rushbrooke, James, 4 Kirby street Romaine, William Govett, Inner Temple Raffles, T. S., Hare court, Inner Temple Robson, Jo'in, 7 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ult., at Clapham, the Hon. Mrs Augnstds Lane Fox, of a daughter. ifiaoniageea-On the 25th ult., R. F. Brownlsw-Rushbrooke, of Rushbrooke park, to Eliza Catherine, scnly daughter of W. Ray, Esq.-On the 29th clt., t. Fowler, Esq,, to Anne Agnes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Et~auteb. DOMESTIC SERVANTS. , DYERT7SEN11£UNIS jnot Qxceeding twenty-fourvwords) fromn A DOhIESTIC SERVANTS seeking Situations, or for Servantu required by Frailies. inserted in the Daily Post at ONE SHIlLiING BACH, for Casl. Remittances can be made in Postage Stamps, 1TANTED, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grabe~mnt'% SAbre%%ef, JUVENILE ATTIRE: WHERE TO BUY IT. H YAM and Co. invite attention to their E FEstablilshmnnts. where all the Newest styles in CHILDIFEN',DRESSE13. BOYS' SUITS, anduEjILDREENS and BOYS' Single GARMENTS, are now on view. The ETON, HARROW. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this accident. Tho Coroner said that since they last met there had beon another death, that of a person named Rushbrooke, at University College Hospital. He did not propose that they should go into that ease now. The Coroner also Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chief Constable, watched Mr. H. E. Fowler's garden at Summerfthld, as- sisted by that gentleman's coachman. At about one o'clock Rushbrooke, whose duty it was to walk round the property, and who was doing so, lighted a spot with his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Queen's Hotel, Stephenson Place. The directors pre- Poi sent were Messrs. I-. Barlow (chairman), IV. Butler (Wol- to verhampton), J. Rushbrooke (AVillenhehi), .V. Sharp, S. a lc Ward, J.sestley (Blisworth), aid H. )Vright. Thefollowing it members of the committee of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were seven in number, were under the direction of the following ladies and gentlemen:- Mesdames Rushbrooke, Withers, Birampton, Moore, and Leeson ; the misses Rushbrooke, Brittain, and Leeson; Messrs T. I. Aston, Cashmore, Rizlsdalne, G. Moore, and F. W. Rusbbrooke. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'WABHTED- CL4AS ot ADYERTIBAB=',VS ftr consrwulie husertiope of the classe3 Of Smnall Avetiernea pt~sa-sdbelow the foiloiwing are the 2metnid chrewbiel, mut etsdin posalte LOWS. in au M~te Add~giscourrted as extra: 156 words, ocae ,. .,...., 6d. 1 17to 32Word-%,~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1092 cushion, ball-bad l-Ydiamona ;_faultlesad-Address. 139, Daily Post. dOS) SAFETY: best make: ball bearings all over, hollow rims. lBargain. - Rushbrooke, Public Offices, Albert Road, 1k Aston. C3852 V 6~INGER improved system andern-ahn~vihiados cover;, new;~ faultless. Coot ES. Ss. Sell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -lobbing. Also a Painter.-h C TideswelL, Csach-buildler. Nottingha h. c3?72 C iARTERS.- listted, reSlihie steady Man, used to horses.- V Rushbrooke, Stiller, &c., Willenhalt c9q4 NELLARI1AIN tLnder) Waitted, by an old Firm of Birrainghean C 'inse Merchants.-Addreis, 632, Daily Post. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Railway. A special train left Cork shortly after nine o'clock, with about seventy passengers, en route to America.. After passing Rushbrooke, the nearest station to (Queenstown, the repeated whistling of the engine notified the passengers that something was wrong, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will terminate with an excursion to Gipping Ohapel, the excursionists returning by Haughley Castle and Park, Woolpit, Heesett, Rougham, and Rushbrooke. PROPoesi ADDITIONAL STIPENDI&RY MAWOS- TRA FOR LVEnPOOL,-At a quarterly meeting of the Liverpool magistrates yesterday, it was resolved almost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cor us; Penkival, bt. John's; Pierson, Trinity; 2 le Pinseut, Sr John's; Preston, Trinity Hall; Richardson. e Clare; Richardson, Emmanuel; Rushbrooke, Christ's-; S ld Salisburyj St. Catharine's; Saunders, Trinity; Sharp, !d Trinity; Springrice, Trinity; Staggall, Trinity; Taylor, 'dPeterhouse H. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Master of Peterhouse, were nominated for next year. The election wvill take place to-day. The following have been elected Fellows of St. Johus' Colle'e:-Mr. ) Rushbrooke, D.S. Dyson, D.S. Pinsent, D.S. Momerio, i D.S. Gunston, D.S. Dougan. i ~~~~~~~~______ _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LEEDS MERCURY. -- . - IFEDINSDA, lN;ovembcr 5.h, 1879. TnE Viceroy telegraphs that General Roberts has joined Macpherson's Brigade at Butlial, and was proceeding to reconnoitre the Passes towards Jelalabad. No opposition was anticipated. Ghilzai headsnen were with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prospect, fnovd th seueit resoluton, which was seconded by thee Rev. Ro"aEr ,ALEXANDER, Bwector of Eusiail. Jeso, k ii-" .. Rushbrooke proposed thesuceeeding resolutiosn,,whiugh -ihavinglieen seconded by B B5NTt,; Esq. of Adver. ness, end carried,.. ; L~aR, GEORGE BvaagOttD rOse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHuLDA.um, M.D., M.B.C.S. "3. L. Pulvermacher &, Co., 200, Regent Street, W." FFECTION OF TEE SPINE AND PARA- LYSIS. (nSTvlONUL.) "Rushbrooke, Bury St. Edmund;, Sept. 15, 1870. (Extract.) "DAR SIRs-I feel it a duty I owe to so- clety to Subscribers-only content

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