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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r[IRELAWNYof TiELAWNE; or, The T Prophecy. A Legend of Crnwall. By Mrs BRAY, Author of "De Foix,"" The Talba," ' Warleigh," " Borders of the Tamar and Tavy," &c. &c. London: Loegman, Orme, and Co., Just published, NDIA.-RISiE and -PROGRESS Subscribers-only content

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    of NAVARRE: a Play. Svo., price 4s. V. TRIALS of the HEART. By Mrs BRAY, Au- T thoress of" Trelawny,"" Warleigh," &c. 3 vols., post Ovo, Vl TDR SIGDIOND on TEA; its EFFECTS, MEDI- CINAL andMORAL. Foolscap Ova., priee Ds. Subscribers-only content

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    "Worthy attention and serious perusal."-Edacational Magazine. VIL rn R IA L S of the HEA RT.- Uy3 -BEAY, Authoressof" Trelawny,' "Warleigh," ic. 3volspost8Iro "Tbese volumes cannot be too warmly recommended."-Naval and Military Gazette. Vlll TNTRODUCTION to GEOLOGY. By ROBERT IlBAscEnWELL. Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. J. B. Copleston, prebendary of Exeter, and was descended from the ancient family of the Coplestons, of Copleston and Warleigh, Devonshire. In 1789 he was elected a scholar of Christ. church, Oxford; and, having highly distinguished himself there, was Subscribers-only content

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    corroboration of these returns Lord Shaftesbury quoted the opinions of Mr Leigh, of Worship street, and of the Rev. S. Warleigh, late chaplain of Parkhurst Prison, testifying to the improved moral tone in the youthful popula- tion since tbS establishment Subscribers-only content

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    forged deed of gift. In January, 1856, William Roupell, wanting 12,0001., resorted to a similar expedient with the estate of Warleigh, in Essex, upon which, again, throogh Whitaker's agency, lie got a loan of 15,000!. on a valuation of 18,0001. Subscribers-only content

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    BOOKS OF THE WEEK. HiISTOnr.-' The Siege of Jerusalem by Titus.' With the Journal of a Recent Visit to the Holy City, and a General Sketch of the To- pography of Jerusalem from the Earliest Timues down to the Subscribers-only content

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    ;:w,." P,, , . M I 0 JL 2 lam tvp,jae T( POLITICS s LITERATkJRE, MUSIC, AN-D THE FINE ARRTS FOlf AR T HE Y EAM LR LON ON:o' FOR THE PROPRIETOR, BY GEORGE LAPHAM, AND PUBLISHED BY HITN Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury. By Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D., F.R.S., Dean of Chichester. Volume V. Middle-Age Period. Bentley. The lives of six Archbishops, ruling at Canterbury between 1414 and 1503, are sketched in this Subscribers-only content

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    the World and the Church Recon- sidered in Three Letters to a Friend.' (Svo, pp. ix, 200, s. 6d. Longmans. Warleigh, Henry Smith.-' A Demonstration of the Extinction of Evil Persons and Evil Things, in Answer to Mr J. N. Subscribers-only content

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    (Crown Svo, pp. 267.) TrhUber. Wages. In Three Volumes. (Crown So, pp. xvi., 267, 2S1, 279, 31s. 6d.) Samuel Tinsley. Warleigh, 1Rev. Henry Smith-Twelve Discussions proving the Extinction of Evil Persons and Things. (Crown 8vo, pp. xiii., 338.) Elliott Stock. Subscribers-only content

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    2imes. THE DOUBLE MURDER AT WARLEIGH, NEAR BATH.- At the Taunton Assizes, on Wednesday, Thomas Miller, a miserable-looking man, Was, indicted and charged on the Coroner's inquisition with thme wilful murder of Sarah Border, at Warleigh, on the 10th of Subscribers-only content

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    estate. I Mr. Brovill: And that, also, you allege to have been a forgery? ; Witness: Yes. Mr. Bovill: And Warleigh about £4,000. Do you allege that, also to have been by forgery? Witness: The freehold portionofthe propertyI obtained by Subscribers-only content

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    this week, on an action brought by RICrABD ROUPELL, the heir-at-law, to eject the mortgagees in possession of the Great Warleigh estate. Afterwards, at Croydon, an action will be tried to recover from the Equitable Assurance Company, the Roupell Park Subscribers-only content

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    oF EVIL PERSONS AND TErNGS.- On Friday a leoture was delivered in the Masonic Hall, by the Rev. R. S. Warleigh, reotor of Ashohurch, Glouoes. terebire. on "The Extinction of Evil Persons and Evil Things," [tr. Taunton presided, and there Subscribers-only content

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    be sent to thc Secretary of State fur Foreign Affairs alnd to Lord IlartingltosL`--Plr- posed by the }iev. B. S. Warleigh, and secondled by Mr. lr..Spurrier, "TIat this meeting e.vpresses its grust gratitudle to the Special Commissioner of the Daily Subscribers-only content

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    tt-Ai~tlylitConstltlttioii Hfill,__________.34 A AS tit tetui re totMre Alfrnetl Southoali. ttichtnoil lI HUI Rh ,,I A W~rINit letatcrs Hl rTop. Warleigh e are Oldur. 89 .3, IlIlytO'S Ve P aotkery itoid, HIA wursdrotl. e4229 Di aleone Fninril-'s, try 1anndrns, E Subscribers-only content

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    an iloteb~g roimuogers, urislhes to RepreSDnt a gsod Houea or an Esesgomanet un Manager or buyer or otherwisec.- B. 28. Warleigh Rteadl Birighton. I c8743 A GNCY,-Liverpool and Nortisern Counties. Connection Iron. .A~nsongers, Focreign Merchants. Central showroom.-Hardware, S. Imperial Chamerobr, Subscribers-only content

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    this week. MaChester is to haIve a d , Duh;of Westminster open it . M. 2. The ish di ed ind has redi.v tion of fift guies ro t S s' . mpa- The Worshilf ComW of Tallow andim Subscribers-only content

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    ,I DVMLtTIS H)I`;NT. "1LEEDS AND iWs-g-rRIDinri" AND "WES9T Yonnsrlininr$' flAZJVAVo-On Thursday last, tilt. Cebtilt, thle emninent eingireer,I stated, when giving his evidence titfere thle Cotniciltee upon the~se I Bills, -' that from thle sapelior uccomniodatiun thle I W~est-Rtiding' would Subscribers-only content

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