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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL AD GENERAL. LEEDS, MARCH 18, 1868. FREE LlBRARMIES.-It seems that the power to demand a poll given to ratepayers by the Public Libraries Act of Scotland was repealed by the Public Libraries Act Amendment Act of 1866. We Subscribers-only content

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    MISUELLANEOIJSO VISIT OF THE. QUEEN To AuLDEnisTo-On Thursday afternoon Her Majesty the Queen paid her first visit to the Royal Camp at Aldershott since the death of the Prince Consort. The visit, though not one of a Stats Cirracter, Subscribers-only content

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    the original site amidst masses of smi; acibris. Some spectroscopic observations of the flnme- Thursday's experiments were made by Lieut. Abney, w; much promise of future practical results being attainjd, As the gun cotton flames increased in intensity, tte:4 line Subscribers-only content

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    'j'o.d,, i'lr; tlil' 'xli 0 ,aii'; r iicljlo rl~llfc hiw ai.iesiiiC / by ihaotro' JIt AwIT I,. T111WS1 W loT'tFiLLr, ~ jaell tsat~i t~oi( 11.0II b OIL" a. A' Iit' lili AY Clti' Al:; li:ic ic' rxtt T i 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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    SINGULAR CHARGE OF ATTEMPTING it I~~ . I, , I I -~- _ __lAn ^4 A ease, whch is said to have cauceod aL great deal of excitement in the nelibourhood of Cflmdeu Town, was b ought beioie Mr. 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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    presented with a silver trowel, with A which she laid tire stone with the usuai formailities. lhe I Rev. Prebendary Abney olereid up a praver, after which a her Ladyship said ahe could scarcely leirve Derby witinoib thanking tbem all Subscribers-only content

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    od. [Tiss diy. Otherlecturesiofullow. Memillonand o., London. CIEENCE LECTURES at SOUTH KENSINGTON. Incrown 8vo. Illustrated. Price d. each. "Photogiaplhy:" byCapt. Abney. ER.E,F.R.t. " Itinematio Models;:" by Prof. Kiennedy, C.EL "SonudaudndMusic;" by Dr. W. IL'itoup, I Others to follow. Mlacmillan and Subscribers-only content

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    long held a deservedly high place amongst works of its class. 5 Scienc tLectucs at Soath Kensington. Photoegrapb, by Ouptain Abney, RxE, F.RS.. Kinensatic Models, by Professor Kennedy, O.B. The Absorption of Lihe and the Colour, of Natural Objects, by Subscribers-only content

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    Art Gallery-where a fashionable company had assembled-the ;N'ational Anthem was sung by a selected c.icor, after which the Revi Prebeudary Abney offered prayer. The choir next admirably sung Mozart's "Gloria in tlxcelis," and theu Mr. C. E. Newton, chairman of Subscribers-only content

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    were all mou~ldhd" After the settse ,MOel atog dtofteboengieater resiaiabldaces to the original Apostolic miodel than, Covent Uarden to Westmi'uster Abney, or the Thames.'lfmhankdsiont to St.. Pu'.''(Langliter.) jLg~ll 'tlihay .Wt'ie along way, after., .thatmodelianida very long way aterit."(~Laughter.j They," of Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIAGE OF THE uUKE OF NORF'OLK AN) LADY FLORA HASTIN(*S. IMore thanx ordinary interest was manifested at tho Inarsege of tha 1)0 le of Norfolk and Lady Flora lHasting~s, ldest daughtor of M/r. Q. F?. Abney-H~astings Slid the late Subscribers-only content

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    his surviving, partners. The *ill, (dated July tth, 1877)' with's. codicil (dated Mar'c '18th, 1878) of Sir' James 'Watts'lstle Iof Abney HXalI Oheadle, Ohdster,' and of Mancheeter, who died on Avril 7th last; wias proved at' Chesecer on the 417th 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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    board, for the purpose of maling arrange. ments for attending the funeral, which will take place to-morrow (Wednesday) forenoon, at Abney Park Cemes tery.-Mr. E., N. BuxToN, the voe-chairman,.exp8labed that after consultation with several members he haVd thought it beat Subscribers-only content

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    CRJICKET. C=rREos .Tox TyuDusasiN '. WnLseousn9 Scneoo.- i Played at Cleckheutou on WVedriesday last. Score:-Cleclrheston q Tradesme :-F. LDawrson, C La Tiobe, bLedgaird, 4; s. Sykes. h Ledgerc 8; A. Drierley bLedcard,; 9J.Hsnliscsawb Hassd,15; G.Hl.Daw.6soo, e La Trobe, b Subscribers-only content

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    of so many Wesleyan J ministers as Mr. Farrar. As governor during four years I of the Theolpgical Institution at Abney Huuse, as classical 3 tutor at the Richmiond Institlstion for fourteen years, as . governor of Woodhouse-grove School, . Subscribers-only content

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    funeral of Air. John Broone Tower, the young I man murdered at Stoke.Newingtou, took place at Abney V Park Cesaetery at ten o'clock on Saturday morning, Mr. , and Mrs. Broone, Mr. Cogdan, Mrs. and Miss Alice m Drage being Subscribers-only content

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