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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &biabau m1&p2thnlOO1. Dydd Gwener, yr wytbnos ddiwediaf, cynhaliodd y Senedd ei heisteidiad olaf, a dyd i Sadwrn cehoe'aiwyd y dadgorff.'riai yn ffuifio1. Deahreua r Araith Frenbinol g da f chydna~vyddiaeth fo,'y da 'gorilor ad wedi dyfod 1 cyo i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Village. Thursday... 7....... Thornlaugh. Saturday.... 9.... a Barnwell lastle. THE DUKE OF GRAFTON'S HOUNDS-At Eleven. This day .... Dee. 4. Adstone. Wednesday.,, 6........ Preston Park. Friday ...... 8....... Whistley Wood. THE HEREFORDSHIRE HOUNDS.-At 1half-past eten This day .... Dee. 4........ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Race Course; Saturday, Fsb. 16, at Lilford IBlL. The DTIm OF OP RAroNs' BHousnDa, at Elenee.-Ths dsay, Fob. 10, at Adstone; Wednesday, Feb. 12, at Hartwell; Friday, Feb. 14, at Whitfield, The BEoYTHROP HOuNDs, at a quertes' to Blemea-This day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    borough Gate; Saturday, Felb. 20, at Weston Park. Thce Dutts: or GEArsos's llovsn.is at 'le, em-This( day, Feb. 16, at Adstone c Wedscesday Fels. 17, at Castle Thorp; Friday, Feb. 19, at Stratfoarc Hill. Thoe snEeonnhli3uaR ItsOUDcs, at a quarter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    17, at Westwood End; Saturday, March 19 at Catworth Guide-post. 1uXE or GOrroN'9 Houeras, at Bkvem-This day, March 14, at Adstone; Wednesday, March 16, at H{artwell; Fsiday, March 18, at Foiley. The 1iLEYTIIROF HOUNDS, at a quarter to EZlevea.-This day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FnTMwILLsrAMs. HoN. G. W.-Monday, Kate's Cabin; Wednes- day, Stanwick Pastures; Thursday, Kennels ;Saturday, Barn- well Vold, 10.30. GnarToro's, Du~r or-Monday, Adstone: Wednesday, Horton Inn; Friday, Astwell Mill, 11. HEREFonDsHIRE, NoRTH (MRs. AncxwRxo]ST's).-Monday, England's Gate; Thursday, Canon Frome, 10.30, HEYTHssor-Monday, Boelter's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I M. JNO. MORLEY AT LVERPOOL : ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I Mr. John Morley arrived in Liverpool yesterday afternoon, to fulfil political engagements. The right hon. gentleman, accompanied by Mr. T. P. O'Connor, MRP., reached Edge Bill Station at a quarter to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE INFLUENZA EBML. DEATH OF LORD AB.IGER. Although influenza is still very previlent in Birming- hsam, there are no cases of importance at, either the General or the Queen's HospitaL -We were informed last evening that Canon O'Hanlon was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    miles from Eaton Railway Station, and four riffestram the market town of Blishop's Castle and Church Stretton: theo comnprise the Adstone Farm of 2ll acres of arabia and Vasture, with capital Isoues and buildines: let to a yearly tenant at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jj~~j~~ AND. GN RA L a 0 II en jicav just beeh. miade. to'b Texi .q Indstres - btrin .Xuseulan by exhibitors'at the latei Internatloans Exh.ibition 215a5 of. lad ool Manuufactures, h,4ld at the Crystal aug: ,Fc.Messrs, Willuxns, Ovarbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BlE LEEDS LIBERALS AND THE| GOVERNMENT. Apublic meeting of the Liberals of Leeds -was held lastI at the Albert Hall, Cook-ridge-street, to discuss the. I g~alnnteatary oaths question and the Irish policy of the i qcrerarIeet., Mr. JantES Kas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'THE ORDMS BIL1D IMED-i1CENTRAL-DIVISION. OIPOBSON 'To TR GOmmRN IITEASURE. The Albert Hall, Leeds, was crowded last night by an .enthusniatic meeting, called by the Liberal Council of Central Leeds to afford the electors an opportunity of ,expressing their opinion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rPARLIAMENTA1RY NO.T.Ee ;~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~: - :_. :;. :. : . . . .,:. Ho~rfi o CoM oN a,'S ig . 'In the Uouse 'of Lords, to-ih Lr anro gave expression tO his anxiety eat t16 -fall oi a. balconv or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YESTEE S MAETS. LIVERPOOL, Friday.-The spot demand to-day -ee small and dull, and holders found it ver-y difficult to make progress. Aarivals were weaker in the morn- ing, and -American quotations consequently lost 1-32d- Other growthsv were out of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COUNTY ANTRIM ELECTION. 1MU Q OF CAETAIN SEYMOUR'S SUPPORTERS IS LARNS. [FOM OUR OWN RXPORTE.L] LAR.N, SATURDAY. TO-DAY, at eoleren o'clock, a meeting of the sup- porters of Cqptain Seymour, the Conservative can- didate for t'e representation of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appeared to day without more or lesa ample eLtnmento on the ubjbot. l'be Ezlrablatl la of opinion that Mr. Ga Adstone han by his lo tur dtiven the first nail into the cafGii of hit own Prenaiorasip, and that when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the leadership of the !dical Party when it became vacant, consented do so, it is believed, under pressure from Mr. Adstone. Everyone believed that the latter had earod to the seclusion of his study, but suddenly w radle his Liverpool Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nunney Catch Gate; Friday, Viaduct Inn-at half-past 10. nuP Lord Southampton's hounds, Monday, Badby Woud; Pla Wednesday, Foster's Booth; I'riday, Adstone; Saturday, list Ncw Inn (Stowc, Bucks)-at 11. n Mr. lIellier's South Wold hounds, Monday, Haugham nlot Guide Post; Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. T. Theobald's Somerset and Wilts hounds, Monday, Farleigh; Friday, Lower Woods (Longleat)-at half- past 10. Lord Southampton's hounds, Monday, Adstone ; Weil- nesday, Bradden; Friday, Helradon; Saturday, Tiffield Toll Gate-at 11. Mr. Hellier's Southwold hounds, Mondg, Brackenboro' Bar; Tuesds Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir renry Sealise Tuesdey, rambberton Gla; Friday, Failapit. Sinninaton (ir. al S. Wormald), Tuesday. Stnnington; Friday. Lord odouthbampton's, this day, Adstone; Wednesday, Winslow Friday, Bradden; Saturday, Furzen Field-at 11. Surrey Union Idatain bP. B. Hankey) this day the Fox, Basmors Subscribers-only content

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