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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son of Mr. John Westermnan, of j Gildersome. on Saturday, at Stapeuhill House, Staffordshire, Hephzlbah, relict of the late Edwvard Abney, Esq. of Measham Hall, Lei cestershire, Same day, at the house of her brother, the Rev. R. Presta rt! Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. C. Prithet ofilalintonJoh !siddeto, Es3., of Darlington, 10 MriaMarare, edes daghtr o J.P. Pritchett, Esq., of Same day, at Abney chapel, Stoke Newvington, by the bride's father, Mir. J. F. Geary, of' Brecon Wales, to Joanna Sander- son, second 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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    WAlcrALOATE NATIONAL Scarooss.-Osn Sunsday 11lortlitog Itist, a sernion wats ltrachiedl in St. Mlargaret's ilitirchi W~alnigate, Yorli,, lv% tIlt R.evI. I`.L1 Abney, 11A., ililtr oif St. AlicuutidIS, D erbv, aifter whlich t eel leetisit Was latasil inl hiebtif of the a-hio'e Subscribers-only content

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    crrrriugeo, by Ctratularmplace, Mlorniag-lare, Church-street, .St and round Dalston-corner, through the New-road, across Newirg. t of tjn Common, to the Abney Park Cemetery, where i arrived abot E rm Ibthre o'clock. lie The precession halted at the chapel in the Subscribers-only content

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    SPIRIT OF THE LONDON PRESS. The 'Times of Thursday argues, at great length, a] against the utter inadmissibility of Russia being permitted 04 to have ships of war in the Black Sea, or to arrange so iur- I at Subscribers-only content

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    Harris. D.D., Smwere kiterre& in- Akhne3 '-park cemetery, in a spot cloise ad- jiigthe grave of Dr. Rye Smnith. In Abney chapel, op. it pos-ite te3 the cemete. ry, the body was placed prior tcr the of interment, befosia-the puit Subscribers-only content

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    Jose,, eldest daughtt-rof W3r. BisoNes., Esq., of Heal Samne day, ait St. tiary'a eburich, Beverley, by tire Rev. 0, If. Abney, Vie or of St. Aikoisriird, Deirby, siid iboa 5ev., Fi. Brraefer, vicar of ir. Malsy's, the iteCV.s~sot Pesoi, Of Subscribers-only content

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    VISIT OF PRINCE ALBERT TO SALFORD. THE PEEL PARK.-INATJGURATION OF THE STATUE OF THE QUEEN. About a quarter before ten on Wednesday fore- noon, his Royal Highness Prince Albert, accompanied by his suite, James Watts, Esq., and several other Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    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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    mastership of Clifton College. rece THE Frs3nnR..oF MRs. BoOTH.-The funeral clls of Mrs. Booth will take place next Tuesday, at Abney sick Park Cemetery, Stoke N ewington, where a large numaber and iof Salvationists are already interred. The remains, which Subscribers-only content

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    BATTY, of Ardviotk, to ANNA. MARIA, Seoond daughter 3of Wr. JoEr7u KioTreON, of Shipley, near Bradford. IOn Wednesdae last, at Abney rhapel, Moseley, by'the Rev. 1- Minton, JOHNi HevwooD SEvrLLE, Esq., surgeon, of that place, to dM1gANN, eldest daughter O0 Subscribers-only content

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    house of whom the injured womnan was acting in the capscity of nurse. She (wcitness) asked hear the way to Abney Panik, acid she offered to show hoer the way. Before they, started the prisoner came to the door, eawy Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL NEWS. -0--- Tay] left ILE E D S . chesi th e, SATURDAY, JUNE 25. Eng! Entry ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~each bool, A Cabinet Council was held yesterday. obae l. SALP, OF TaE IEADIaNGLEY GARDENs.-Thew t l beautiful gardens are now Subscribers-only content

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    One thouai egtliote LI 10G$7 anldfifty-llilC. (31.flARLH-i WXA LKERi, Solicitor, Demwsbury. ilre. WALMllIiSlE & 511)N, Parliaineutury Agenlt, Ii, Vicrorii1-atrlti Westliniitlr Abney. C 14300 the Foot, ;IC31 By~ .For habitilal oeloHitipatisov, dysI~popia (indigeotions), and novr oliiislriers, DUitS - ItA teY'S DILIt..CIOUIS Subscribers-only content

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    G,000 persons. The Rov. T. Binney, of thybhe Weigh-house chapel, addressed the mulltitude ol thel ure brevi'y of life, in Abney pqrk chapel. There were many tee ministers present, who had attended to show the last mark ed. of their Subscribers-only content

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    IgtLOCAL NEWS. ea LEEDS. ke SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13. o '5. 0 ------ ----- Trea PruiNC or WALES-Tho entrance of 0i Royal Highuose into the United States was announced some f days ago. Details have since arrived. Before taking leave Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. G. 0. Browne, Mr. Geo. KenningLaam, to Aice Jane, ed daughter of Mr. Jae. Sykes, tobacconi3. LAVYCOC-PONTEFMACT.-Jne l4th, at Abney chaPeL MoC5IOX,b the Rev. E. Minton, Mr. Sanuel laycock. of Dukinfelde to Ez eldeet daughter of Mr. John Pontefract, Subscribers-only content

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    Hant, of Leeds. go t cards.) Ed to BLAataLRY-CARTLML.-Aug. 17th, at St. Werbargh's church, Derby, sk by the 1Rev. T. Abney ILA., Hobe't Blakeley, juoe, Esq., of Manor- to Polace Dewasbury, to kary Ellzabeth, youngoet daughter of Thomas ex Caetlijk, Subscribers-only content

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    5tb, at our parish church, Mr. Samuel Bradshaw. maltster. to Miss Elizabeth Carr, both of Leeds. CAnBB-Wnbo GnuT-April 5th, at Abney chapel, Stoke Newington, by the Rev. John Jeffersoor, Thomaa Carr, Esq.. of Park-road, to Hannah, younger daughter of the Subscribers-only content

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