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    be in this town of bread for three millions. On the authority of Mr Tremenheere, commissioned to inquire by the Home Office, our contemporary states: Mr Tremenheere visited ten bakehou ses without any knowledge beforehand of their character, and which, Subscribers-only content

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    and' the meeting was attended by General Sir W. F. Williams, M.P ; Ron. A. Kinnaird, M.Pj; Major-Generals Clarlke and Tremenheere, Admiral Hamil- ton, Colonels Aylmer, R.A., Borrows, R.A., Brown, R.M, Crofton, H.A., Freete, R.A., Maude, R.A. ; Majors Little, Subscribers-only content

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    Gilbert, run out 8 I cv. J. Potts Rev. T. E. Burra, c Mellor, H. F. Allsopp , Reserves. b Tremenheere .-. 62 . Mq. of Queensberry J W. Caldicott, c Moallar, b Byes 3, I-b 1............ Tremenheerc......,... 42 Rev, Subscribers-only content

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    i United States, coincided with that of Mr. Baines. He was The not acqua sited wvith the pssition of MIr. Tremenheere, and uthe therefore lie was unable to form any estimate of the value hat of his evidence; but that Subscribers-only content

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    (Bradford), L. 'V. Wickham, Esq., J. T. Fenton, Esq., T. WY. Embleton, Esq., Robert Snow, Esq., T. Wilson, Esq., Seynmour Tremenheere, Esq., (Government Inspector of the State of the Mining Popula- tion), Rev. F. Watkins (Government Inspector of Schools), the Subscribers-only content

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    o W~~~~~~~o THE WEST RIDING COLLIERS AND THE or MINING COMMISSIONER'S REPORT. en ) by it TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS HERCURY. Re3 Neville-street, Leeds, Sapt. 15th, 1850. necl 5 GuMTLEoMEN,-The enclosed copy of a memorial "1B was Subscribers-only content

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    quent upon the wheel of an engine breaking down at Tot- SI or tenham. We ` Government has appointed Mr. Tremenheere En; hba commissIoner for taking evidence as to whether it Is ineces- Bai r sary to adapt the Factory Subscribers-only content

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    Mackenzie, Req., Gresharn House, Old Broad Btraet. Sir Thomas Parkyne, Bart., 9, G9ousceter-squayr. R. A. Death, REq., 38, Cavendis3l.square. Major-Gisueral Tremenheere, DiretOr L aodon and South African Bank. ARCnseITr.-WIn. Barges, req., E.R.I.A. SO!SrIecsro.-MeSSm. Sole, Turners, and Co., Aldermanbury. BeBnics~.A gc Subscribers-only content

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    accicplilebment within a reasonable period of time. tOur principal authority on this subject is the report of Mr. H. Seymour Tremenheere, and Mr.-II, Carlton Tuifnel, Comn-missioigers appointed in 1867 to inquire and report on this sujet. Mr, Tremenheere's opinion is, Subscribers-only content

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    Exeter ColleFe; F Bovibond John Edey Percival, scholar, Brasenose College; e David Lee Pltoaire, demy, 3agdalen College; Seymour 'c Greig Tremenheere, oommoner, New College. b CLAss 2.-Charles Edward Biokmore, student, Christ c Church; Daniel Manle Birket, student, Christ (huroh; AmauryRobert Subscribers-only content

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    "Not guilty" wis retu~ntel, (ORDERS OF TEN BATI.-It is announced ill the Gazette that tho (Iueen has appointed Hugh SeYmnour Tremenheere, Inspector of Mines; SirFrncif Rch Classor Companight, SeroftarY to the Co ittee of conucil muchord commen in thomeianppes on Subscribers-only content

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    a (one of the survivors of the Afghan disaster), Mr. Leslie Steuben, Sir Chas. Trevelyan, Lord Camoys, Lieut.. 13 Geieral Tremenheere, Sir Arthur Hobhouse, Sir Fowell n aBuxton, the Ron. H. Coke, Mr. B. Whitwortb, M.P., the Hon. Leveson-Gower, M.P., Subscribers-only content

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    Henry Hobbs, t a a carpenter, ot Ealing Dean, wads brought before General s e Sir Charles Daubeny and Q(eeral Tremenheere, charged e 1,- with attempting to murder his wife, Phcebe, at the Royal a 1, lnoian -Asylum, Ealingi Common, Subscribers-only content

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    East India Company's Service, retired upon full pay, to have a step of honorary ranis as follows, viz,:-Col. '. 13. Tremenheere, Bengal Engineers, to be Major-Gene- ral. To be Lieut-Cols, Major J. H. Mayow, Ben- gal Infantry, Major C. R. Subscribers-only content

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    vice receiving the value of his coammission. 102nd-A. A2. S. Hussey, Gent., to be Sub-Lienu- nant in succession to Lieut. Tremenheere, rtired, 1l{th-Lieut. W. F. Thomnpson resigns his ctr- Mission. Ritll iigade-Capt. F. Miarkham retires froen 'La servico, receiving the Subscribers-only content

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    instruction in rural schools. We observe, that the subject is particularly dwelt upon, in a report lately made by M\lr Tremenheere, one of her Ma- jesty's inspectors of schools in England, from which wye beg leave to give the following Subscribers-only content

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    Ensign I Robertson to Ibe Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Arm- strong; A Seymour, gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Tremenheere, promoted. 12th-Captain F J Bolton, from Gold Coast Artil- lmry Corps, to be Captain, vice A M'Leod, who ex- Subscribers-only content

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    Ballon, from 07th, to be Limut,, vice Grier, who exchanges. 10th-Lieut. F. J, Granvillc, from 102nd, to be Lieut., vice Tremenheere, who ex. 11th-Lient. P. T. Beanics, from 80tb, to be Licut., vies Coote, who ex. 83rd-Ensign G. M. Douglas Subscribers-only content

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    Barnabas, ePimlio ; W. B. Trevelyan, of St. Matthew's, West- minster; H. P. Currie, Principal of Dorchester; and G. eH. Tremenheere, of All Hallows, East India Docks. The spreacher at 11.30 on Tuesday was Canon P'arse, who drew from the Subscribers-only content

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    matter." A F valuable article folows ott ; "Sltate Aid and Control in In-o dustrial Insurance," by Mr. H. Seymour' Tremenheere, C.B., in which he shows that many of the suggestions made0 by Mr. Brackley are far' from being impracticable. Subscribers-only content

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