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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, October 7. lVar Office, October 7.-Ist Regiment of Dragoon Guards: Major A. Spottis- woode, from the 9th Light Dragoons, to be Nlajor, vice Allen, who exchanges; Lieut. R. T. Thomson to be Captain, by Subscribers-only content

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    d1tv, V-Part all? f, asip"Gly. The Queen and the members of the Royal family, as at present arranged, return to Windsor on Tuesday, the 3rd proximo, but should the weather prove favourable in Scot- land at that time, her Subscribers-only content

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    (rortaOtj s~,0T. Her Majesty is expected to return to Windsor about next Monday or Tuesday. The Queen will reside at Windsor Castle until about the 18th of next month, and afterwards proceed to Osborne to spend Christmas, and remain Subscribers-only content

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    (tourf a xlb fjas 41n*. The Quleen and Royal family arrived at Windsor Castle trorn Scotland at nine o'clock on Thursday mnorning. Her R~oyal Highness the C>'rowrn Princess of Prussia, Bt ;ended by the Countess Elohenthal, Count Von Norniefln Subscribers-only content

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    2-doz of ftlj tewk, Home Notes. The Manchester Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Cotton Supply and Cotton Spinners Associations, is preparing to take steii3 for being represented in the Council of India. The subject was considered on Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. lRACING FLXTURES FOR 1SsO. FEBRUARY, Spring 21 Chelionham Club 2S Lincoln ..,.... 29 ,, '' MARCH. 61 Warwck Spring.. 20 Northampton,. 27 ,r.>rYilnrlg S Lliboldy . 27 Croxton Park .. 30 ;Aergv .. 12 Epsom Spling., 19 Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. THE IORRTH WARWICKSHIRE HOUNDS.-Qiare to Blesem,. Thisday . Feb. 21 .. Offchurhbury. at Twelve. Thursday ... - 23....The Lodge, Bilton Grange. Friday ..,,,, 24 ..... Solihull. THE SOUTH WARWICKSHIRE HOUNDtl.-At Eleven. This day .,Feb. 21 . ,, Subscribers-only content

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    THE ANGLO-AUSTRIAN TREATY. DEPUTATION TO LORD CLARENDON. An influential deputation from the Associated Chambers of Commerce of the United Kingdom waited upon the Earl of Clarendonat the Foreign Office yesterday, to confer with his Lordship upon the present stare Subscribers-only content

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    SKEETCHES OF AN INDEEN VOYAGE. BY ONE OF TM PThnan'u Sring. -r a. -MALTA Tdi ATHENS. Malta is probably better known even than Gibraltar to English tourists, as the P. and 0. steamers generally stop there some twelve hours Subscribers-only content

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    OGLEANINGS. The Obesterfield milgistrestes, on 11bedayi fined two mail £5. each and coats for reftusing" to quit a public-liouse wheim requested to dlo so. IAn inventor in California recently paltentedasontriranco for driving sewving machines, whiec does away with the Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOURNAL., I WNEDNIESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1877. I I_ Hler Majesty Ihe QunEE, who, was accompanied by the Prinesas Bensgon, left WiWldsor Cstle for Osborne yesterday morning. It is said to be arranged (writes the Subscribers-only content

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    SHIPPDIG AND MAIL NEWS. (From Ltovd'l.) AnDrs, Dec. la-The P. and 0. Siam, from Bombay, and the Paramatra, from Sydney for Brindisi, Plymouth, and Loader, arrived. The same company's Kbedive, from (allcueta fer Marseilles, Plymooth, and Londoql, arrived. AnsLAsrr, Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. Mrr. French, chief engineer of the Great Westter- way Company, has resigned his post. The Bishop of Nottingham, who has been seriouslyil at Leasingbam Rectory, Swaford, is now eons The members of the Sunday Society visited the Royal Subscribers-only content

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    THE WEDDING OF THE HON. MITSS BASS The %wedding of the Hon. Miss Bass and Mr. Baillie of Dochfour, as already announced, takes place at Holy Trinity Church, Sioane Square, to-day. Over seven ihundred invitations have been issued, and Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIAGE OF MISS BASS AND MR. BATLLTE. '01 The marriage of Mr. James Evan Bruce ltiallile of ~11Dothfeur to the Hlon. Nellie Lisa Bass took' place 'ud yesterday afternoon, at Holy Trinity Church, Sloane the'1 Street, London, in the Subscribers-only content

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    I RELIGIOUS TEACHING IN BOARD SCHOOLS. I i /Jic RForoIL of tie DAILY PoSZ. f r , Sir,-I have react in this morning's 2'ost an article t copied from the Worcester Dioccsan Maazinlc, written a by the Rev. Cresswell Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON, TlUllsDAY, AUG 19. M'lnl.rllr -1nt m -rrf A-wi I-n -h ir 1, The Railway Share market barl 'inr the day was look- ing abher' irMer in the absence of active business, but this appear- atfco.of improvement tempted sellers, Subscribers-only content

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    ZWf Alt Mccrrlsojcer seal from a disieas904 macst lie sot bentzcn lcd b t aigttature of Onle of oar agents, or by 1546 ja;kgtaon COrrespotIaIF 1 4,tr Ancotocc'eceteotfs of Blirthcs subject to a charge of 2O,~ each. Oct/g sttc/s Subscribers-only content

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    -0 0 j -s- o_____ ___-_ The On the 22n1 iris-., at the parish church, Leede, by the Rev. P. S. 1on Robhisoti, 1r. (. F. BLANK6ENUAOR, of Leeds, to SARA H BLaZApETn, may youngest daughter of the late Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. LEEDS, DEMMELIER 9, 1867. Tuim FINHs ARTS ExuITncTION AT LEEDS.-HiS Majesty, the King of the Belgians, with the friendly senltients towards this country which have more than once been manifested, has intimated to the Executive Cuinmittee Subscribers-only content

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