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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Bramwell, Professor W. EL Flower, IProfessor _A. W. Williamson Catain Sir D. Ga1Iton, A. GT. Vernon Harcourt, XV. XV.' Abney, Professor J. Goeikie, Professor J. S. Blurden Sanderson, Colonel Sir F. do Winton, Professor F. G. Edgeworth, W. Andrews, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    secured. Very soon the institution wits removed be I Abnoy House, in Stoke iN'ewington, formerly the residesre of nir Thomreas Abney, and imemorable as the hoene of Dr. W aitts for many years. This building was soon found to be Subscribers-only content

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    through Iilnse1. __ EstajUhled 23 Scas. Splenldid sheam siodoto a-vrkohono; abott ' 300,00 neglativeg. In a good country town.-Addmns, i., Abney K 5 Who, Slobs 8 oaheiuloto-. c3860 _ GLASS, China, and Fanoy lunoiatss for Diepoetil, by plivuta K. _ Subscribers-only content

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    CRICKET. WARWTjCKSUI'RE- v. HEILTFORDSHIIIE This matchl was cosetinned at Betghy yesterday, the weather at firet being favourable; h ut later -on It bemedlanev- telelly ended In a downpour, whaeic effectlually Stopped play at 4.45, andl caueed tbe match'to be Subscribers-only content

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    day, olgued. PRELIMINARY LIST OF SUPPORTERS WITH PEN AND PENCIL. The Duke of Arcyll. N1.G., 3KT. Arthur Hopkins, B.W.S. CpanWdoW. Abney, P.R-S. Thomas Hughes, 0.0.. T.S.A. W.a i.AworPrfsor Huxley, F.RS.8 Dr. Adler, Chief Rabbi Walter Bomsley Grant Allen Roev. Dr. Subscribers-only content

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    the South Kensington Museum, commencing next Saturday. Professor Rideker will give t-Wo upon electricity ,and light ; Captain IV. (le Abney one on the action of light upon pigments, and a second on colour- blindness ; Canon BrowNe thrce on Subscribers-only content

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    of the statue erected to his memory If n in Abney-park. The ceremony was preceded by a public meeting in Abney chapel. The attendance was highly respectable, and, con- p, sidering the unfavourable etate of the weather, numerous. Seseral V Subscribers-only content

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    msoisture. Further, it was determinue that air and moisture have very little eflect on colsrs without the aid of light. Abney and Russell in their experiments with water colours obtained similar results. These conclusions, it appears to me, corresvond exactly Subscribers-only content

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    for life. One of the cading layiuen amonilg the Nonconfolrmists iln the begimiinfiig of the last century Was Sir '.t'licnts Abney, 'hou ill 1701, held the oelice of Lord Meyoi of London. Sir 'I'thomias had great Wealth, snuh lived in Subscribers-only content

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    as wevll of high mlenaantit en locutionfary Power. 'hit remtain of thle c rev, gentleman spatve itatrral onl Wednesday, in Abney Basic Cemetery, Stoke Newington, li ts le presencek of a, lar1ge 11irs11bir of thle Baptist atid other: detsnominations,t enionget Subscribers-only content

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    bte foerid the foliowsinc itt oil :-.A elinrtinz seceate. " Lake T1ilerviores," be H. B. 1-raing; it Viewe of Idaltn Abney ro 'Esrtniog on the -Eten.'' tsr-i pleasirag overoalepr of-trtsPe 'Iteaitlicc,"front ' ituele Adlo cheetNothiing," trthyioinc litoerts; tiattl1ocfle.Vettiee. bty intrartidi Subscribers-only content

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    of tire 01 gII iusiunore carried wrlatIr6, which thlry aiterwarris ti ad placed in tine !lave. All preseltit ir tile Abney t ly tere os morisisig, bEut in tre long, procossionu t,,e I ! id sombro 6rcss ot the mou Subscribers-only content

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    In addition to ;teaoi,.curswl he lie"t thes Pysicat 'B panarrent by Isri Boi Mthel Hofert end- Ciytadn VI.' de NV., .Abney, VTI O.~5; i h ~hemincal flDap-fnient' by Dita 'itodglcinson and 'PryPeklsd*i thc Biolosiml Department by I Fo. further -paxttitlc Subscribers-only content

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    Divisionhby Dra. Bodgkineson and Percy Franglond; in the Physical Division by Mestrs.Boys, Mitehell, Eoffort, and Captain W. de W. bat Abney, RE., F.R.rS. onst For abrther particnlars apply to the Registrar, Normal School of of Science, South Kenington. in TflHE Subscribers-only content

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    the property, and also a stipyleen n-e ecortract, dated ther 51st Dlecemtter, 1300 Both diem-. Thi-) lasic ~alerHorace WXailker, Arthure Abney 'Walker, J'esaaaxaiak Acaoni Walket', F'rederick John Walker, Ernszt; Ahoryie Xl alkt-c, and Edrai L'oogood, iOf the ane part., iand Subscribers-only content

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    mile from ~atfiersage is Hig'blowr, a quiet little hamlet, set in a richly wooded dingle, which runs up to lovely Abney. The next mile is through one of the most delightfll woodland seenes in the High Peek, a leafV ea Subscribers-only content

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    transt .having been devised for them ;o practie upon. M~r. GLASHER said he believed that it was owing to Captain Abney that tbe dry piltas were to ho need at -ll the stations out ue-. I 4aBncoRP5sOE or 'ruse Pr Subscribers-only content

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    January 6, 1891), or 'he Rev. Edward fILenry Abney, Canon of Lich- fidca. Cjathedra, late of Derby, who died on March .3, -,as proved on July 2 bys William de Wive- leslie Abney. the son, and the Rev. Thomas William Subscribers-only content

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    THE SYNOPSIS. I The political friends and admirers of the late Lord Holland have subscribed 5000, for a monument to his memory, to be placed in Westminster Abbey. The committee of manage- ment, consisting of Lord J. Russell, the Subscribers-only content

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    ,Land, in a good t ,ate of Cultivation hituate in Alhbygde-la-Zouch atforefaid. Alto the Life Eflate tf the faid Robert .Abney, of and in a very valuable Ettate iituatein Heather, in the faid county oif Leiceiter, compriliigia Farm Hoole and Subscribers-only content

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