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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (li : (' i-:V llll~\ Axit(530 xailvyd cy-lci-tlidi rxii ciA gaix gor Bincli- 1t1 i o (lxail arweini-da iu(riils M'dr Tallentire. Yr oefi(l, y t .triiax1 a'iiitlxcxi a, :i'v darnati cerddorol, l('iii i-tj (2iiiol Leb a i 11t i Iril Subscribers-only content

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    and an adinnied Radical in politibs. He within thu last two or three years has becorob thb owner of the Tallentire B all estate, near Onockermouth, but still resid4% at Aehbbeld, XX orltington, w here his generosity2 and liberal ity Subscribers-only content

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    T1 bsituate in the parish of Brough, containing by adimeasure.T Imost 255Ae. OR. 2P., in the occupation of Mr. John Tallentire, V tegether with ITwelve Cattltegat esi HliEl~lbeck bosack, end a Eight of Common on HItibeck Foil. 1I The tithes Subscribers-only content

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    the bay. GLe of these boats, mnmned by Charles Smith and Henry Tallentire, was cruising about in the bay with a party of ladies and gentlemen, and whilst Tallentire was in the act of setting the jib-sai the halyards gave Subscribers-only content

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    opposite the Three Tuns Inn, when he fell in with two men, named Wilson Towers, a stono mason, belonging to Tallentire, and Joseph Roney. A quarrel took place between the parties, and they commenced to fight. Both the men attacked Subscribers-only content

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    The bazaar will continue to-day. h At the Bridlington Sailors and Working Men's dInstitute, on Wednesday, the two men, Richard Tallentire and Walter Capes, were presented with a purse of money in recognition of their bravery in attempt. I lng Subscribers-only content

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    a a native of Cumberland, - emphasised 3r. Cheetham's 3 remarks upon the beauty af its'ceast scenery, particularly e epecifying Tallentire, from wheuce such splendid views of B the Solway Firtb and of Ithe Kirkendbright EItlls can ibe 1 obtained. Subscribers-only content

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    I from Sheffield, Bradford, Bath, Kendal, Carlisle, Wool. ; wich, and Hull have all taken valuable prizes, J. Briggs, I Tallentire, being first in agriculture. Of the Royal Agri- - cultural Society's scholarship, two of £20 each have been, i Subscribers-only content

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    BIEEDS PHILHARMONIC AND , SUBSCRITION COIMERTS. A IamMiar scene was witnessed in the Coliseum last evening, when the members of the Philharmonic',Society gave their annual performarce of the " Messaiah.' There! was the same crowded hail as warranted by Subscribers-only content

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    upon. sungg in good style " God bless the Prince of Wakes," and, on being loudly cheerej, and encored, Miss Tallentire and Miss Kenmuir responded on behalf of the choir, with "Juanita," which was also locudly applauded. Mr. WV. J. Subscribers-only content

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    negative. Daring the five consecutive Fridays the following gentlemen sup- ported the affirmative and negative sides:-Affrima- tive-Messrs. D. Norwood, T. Tallentire, T. Tate, F. R. MI. PRobotham, J. Rain, A. Boyd, F. YFla gherty, S. R. Orr, Samuel A'Cune (Belfast) Subscribers-only content

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    Ache- son, J.P.; John Aebeson, Thomas Shillicgton, 8ecu,-dus;.Jlames G2;ew, J. Douglas, Dr. Glasgow, r W. J. Paul, C. Hall, J. Tallentire, P. Loughran, C J. Bell, M.A.; R. J. Andrews, G. Kinkead, mana. r ger Belfast Bank; Hugh Anderson, manager Subscribers-only content

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    each. The house, which is thoroudlhlv liebted and venti- lated, is built of Belfast l5Ank, from plans drawn by Mr. Tallentire, Lurt'ayi and the worli has been very efficiently cbtrried out by Mr. Aleoander Ritohie, of the same towP. The Subscribers-only content

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    DUBLIN LAW REPORTS. LAW NOTICES-THIS DAY. (From tn- Legrod Diar.; HSM. COUTJP17 OF A-PPEAL Int IITMAiND. Carev v. Marper, 1; Companaies Acls and the Belfaist Ware- hoaIse Co., Lt., 2, O'Brien v. O'Brien, 3; m-crea and M'Farland v. Knight Subscribers-only content

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    to erect incandescent lamps at Hill Street Presbvte- rian Church and John Street Mission Hall. .The clerk stated that Mr. Tallentire, manager of t'ie Lurgan Ges Works, had complained to hinm of the mischievous destruction of public lamps by youte- Subscribers-only content

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    DUB."" I ND LAW IMPORTS COURT CF APPEAL_-Mnz L VVOre te L LKr e 4 W'_an-ar, laid JLeA dc-ue' or anId Ju~!n'e WLLb.r, aI.ocd ia-tisia Fltz- A! TQRYPY-G1EN7~"L it-. iISHF SOCITY. imhiau \ N " . C., Mr. A. Subscribers-only content

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    THE TRUE SPORTSMAIY'S GAZETTE. i EDITED BY "VATES." ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. A MAN or KENT-That Nottinghamt beat his county in a single in- nings he does not deny: if they had not a good eleven whose fault was it Subscribers-only content

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    RMANCES OF TWOTYEARTOL JJ'e Jl(ice edndet0ored to present to our readers a NEW YSEXR'S (iIT, in tZ e shape of a Gratuitous Supplenent, sR hSumble tribute of respect and gratitude for their Wppe0t. nHad tile space permitted, itiwas our Subscribers-only content

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    IE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE. -1rl RY UVATPgR I EDITED ty --VAi r b." ASWFRS TO CORRESPONDENTS. F achesterl-lasher and Reid's Fight-Bets go with the IFF, ie- E. of courie a fight for the samne. In the event of each Subscribers-only content

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    INTELLIGENCE EXTRA. LIVERPOOL JULY M1IEETING, 1S42. SCOYD Dxy.-I'rE ItStfliCAP Of 10 se0s each.-Lanercost, aged, 9st 6lb; The Potcrntate, agted, Arst arat, 6 cr, atl1, 51sh KstOn 5 yrs, 7st 131b; Clinker, i r tPO ra~ti yrs, .ot 1Ithb hr. Subscribers-only content

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