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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CASE OF SXUGGLING BY A FOREIGN NoBLESIAN.-The Commissioners of Customs have decided against the appeal made by the Due de Stackpole, and that nobleman's splendid schooner yacht, the Gipsy Queen, has been declared forfeited to the Crown for smug- l Subscribers-only content

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    Otarpherson. Arntoaslel. Linlitisgolv, preri. sien storekeeper-J. Terner, Dtlfries, baker-J. Grant and Son, Inverness, hotel. Iceepers. 13irtl e. EMLYN-December 30, at Stackpole court, Viscountess Emlyn, of a son. LYTTELTON-JanuarY 4, in Carlton gardels, Lady Lytteltetn, eta daughtar. WADE-Jaitlasyy 2, at Ryd, Subscribers-only content

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    York, grocer. Births.-On the 3rd inst., the wife of J. Horman Fisher, Esq., of a son-On the 4th inst., at Stackpole Court, Viscountess Emlyn, of a daughter-On tle 4th inst., at Albion road, Finchlsy road. the wife of R. A. Subscribers-only content

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    impossible to say, as he has not spoken since, and still lies in a pre- carious state. A lady named Stackpole committed Suicide on Sunday, at Llaugharnie after returning home from church. She had only very recently returned home from Subscribers-only content

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    in Caduada. li~nf rwatkjetuy. xllfes. --H. 1'eateon, jun., and F. Weston, lanchester, cheesefectors. t mil'lrupti1.-W. Dint, Fleet street, hotel keeper. [Stackpole, Sonthl square, Gray'e-inn.-J. Dleckett, Aylesbury, licensed victualler. [Venning-and Co , lTkenhouse yard.-Rl. PikeAr, To lae street, wleelwrighr. [Butler. jun., Subscribers-only content

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    the Mediterranean. Sir Charles had only one child, a daughter. TacE EARL OF CAwDOR died on the 7th inst. at Stackpole Court, Pembroke, aged seventy. He was the son of John, first Lord Cawdor, by the eldest daughter of the Subscribers-only content

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    Hopeful, by UncassDiaa tion. a, 11st .......................A. a yll 1 Captain Childe's Hardware, a, lst . Owner 2 Mr. Abington's Stackpole, 6y, 11st . A. Jones 3 Munstead (Holbeach) also ran.-Betting: 1 to 8 on Young Hopeful, 7 to 2 Subscribers-only content

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    f SPORTING NEWS. - LEICrESTERSHIR STE'ErLECHASES. Yxscric)Atn.-After twe ty-toer horns postponement in comse- ques'e of a bey fthe of __ow this 'esting wa commenced in weatherof the most~ wreiched description. Since the snow ceased on Thursday a perfsect deluge Subscribers-only content

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    over eight hurdles. Captain Childe's Young Hopeful, by Uncas-Dissipa- tion, a, 12t . . .... Captain Fisher 1 Mr. Lane's Stackpole, 6y, 11st 41b, Mr. S. Woodland, jUD. 2 Betting: 5 to 2 on Young Hopeful, who led through- out, Subscribers-only content

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    Race of 50 BoVs. Two miles, over eight hurdles. age at lb I It lb Leeds .. a 12 71 Stackpole. 6 12 lighe Bells 5 12 5 Flint . .. 410 13 Lucretius 612 2 Wendover .,.. i10 2 Subscribers-only content

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    mile. Mr. Gottschalk's Lord Cardinal, by Cardinal York- . Marie Bell, ned, 9st 131b ..................... G. Barrett 1 Mr. Lane's Stackpole, by, 10st 21b .................. Calder 2 Mr. Purcell's Hlifian, 3y, 8st 41b ............... E. Purcell 3 Betting: 2 to Subscribers-only content

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    Stackpole, 6y, 12st .................. A. Jones 3 Woebegone (J. Page) also ran.-Betting: 6 to 4 apt Eight Bells, 2 to lagst Robert Bruce, 5 to 1 apt Woe- begone, and 6 to 1 agst Stackpole.-Eight Bells was attended by Subscribers-only content

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    ON THE ICE AND NARROW ESCAPE OF THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF CAWDOR-On Thursday last an appalling accident occurred at Stackpole Court, Pem- brokeshire, which was fortunately unattended with fatal results. The nobleBarl was pushingLady Cawdorin a chair on the Subscribers-only content

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    Melbeuirne, aged Af by Sydmonton Jssjsne, C yen Vans Hensi, 0 yes -- lorvela, aged Tue Clipper, ii yea 7 Stackpole yro llsnqerford, hi yes G be General ieal- Nighthd, 6 yin Giildon Horn, aiged Lsntccliene, 0 yre A ScELLIuG Subscribers-only content

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    1 0500W0jjjjj~ Stand, aged, tfilt 710 . . ... Ocyne)~ r MrBrckellrssJudWY, aged, list 3Mb.... Owcer :1 D' uncorIMBncLawoce) asdl Stackpole (Mri. A. Coveatry) else ran.--ltsting: '2 to 1 on Dangleis, 3t gtSakoe Vt hoe tavo.-Won it) a. canter by Subscribers-only content

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    entertainments are provided for the children en suecessive evenings. An action brought by a late stockbroker, named Beavis, against alr. Stackpole, a solicitor, is at present on hearing in the Queen's Benchl Division. T'he plaintiff alleges neglect on the part Subscribers-only content

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    csnenx STA;E9.-Lonelyaud Maria Resats. Posr Poonc STnAKs,-FIltaeVa; r.nd Argo Navis. , TnNEE-YIwtonD HEkeesIoAP.-Avellne. i OsIueEsos Nuestsv.-Eagle's Plisme. DeCwne'nar P.XT1S.-Zcneyda colt, Stackpole, Ticklish colt, Lntus colt, Cupola colt, hlallnes, 7Madamoiselle Begart. . yrToss MILE VELTER-Merry Prince. FaNcs HlAsDio1s.-Aitert. CUsSEVEIY STAjCEs.-Stuart, Speranza Subscribers-only content

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    Lotus colt, and Vain Itopo,10 toIastLctitc It AndI Tommy Upton, 16 to I eae gs Cosigns, Pro', hectionlst, Martinet, end Stackpole, end 20t gtCounterfeit, Hygiene, anti Winter Clserry.-The Ceeit ol nthe cenitre of the course made the running froni 1'rotclnsCounterfeit, Subscribers-only content

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    lb age st lb Beenhamu . 9 3 hvon. . 712 Langar 4 9 0 IPalmyra . ; 7 9 Stackpole . ,, 3 712 Gulnevra .. .. 3 7 9 Washington . 3 712 ORoDER Or RuNNINO.-aladlen Plate, 1.45; Subscribers-only content

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    Blair Athol Lord Zetland's Bappy llunter -Wcsteria sIr. Lefevre's Pirouette Lord Hlastings's Snny Queen ler. Rothschild's St, Coline Lord Cawdor'c Stackpole ! Mr. Corlett's Bird of Eyve PLATE of 200 soes by subseription of 10 sovs each, witll 50 added; Subscribers-only content

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