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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lp"ballailtoo. DEATH OF THE MARQUIS DrH LAITTICO.-Wa regret to learn that the Marquis de Laiatico, the distinguished Sar- dinian statesman and diplomatist, died on Thursday evening at the Clarendon Hotel, Bond Street, after ashort illness. The noble marquis had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the reeiecusOf theloresc Itraffic. The bill pt.ropcses that t-h~ ea Ishaill nomenence wi-th a lie hchn'-, to the south of Togston S-tO&ei well prce naogl acliffe C1llieri' thence through Amble, ethers several i'.~ lines are suggested to the Bronmbill Sta"'a., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    district. Discovery or \ Rich Coal Seam at Amble. - Messrs Allison and Dowson, of Guisborough, the lessees of tha Togston Coal Company, having passed through four workablo seams, have proved at a depth of forty fathoms a bed of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :^*^Pn>perty of R. F". D. SIIAFTOE, Esq., who comme_jA*Tls years ago with Short- horned Cows purchased of wl<^r*i. Smith, ot Togston, Mr. Charge and C Mason. Esq. ,Wi Chilton, and new Leicester- shire Ewes, selected from Flocks of eminent Breeders, Subscribers-only content

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