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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'qi descrip ition~of Artffipis.T Teth wiHKAllesipoeetsPa at very moder - er ges, it ' ,' - i . conve1tence tntheieayt Alne w riepuis mi done on the gprd;mises -~tthe shretrntc. Weky o Evejls and Srd Tuesday bewe t-ei our - Subscribers-only content

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    'free POLITICAL EXAMIgN.R. ,idtinews 4f ny for the gaii of a, IF- No. fi~o1. VSAT11 OF THE PRINCESS C1IARLOTPt.% AND q - CINT :ADVTAN'FAAGE TAKEN -OF j,1 _-LAMEN'ITABLE PEUN:USHMEN&T AT VDlRBY. DER~~~~~~~i.ict m afm 'li~tSNO nov r eprtsged ~onr Subscribers-only content

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    his disseit ftom tie motiOiI by novine the other ord.n af le nin. Mr. GtnltKE1 anini A'dermans Woon tboiggint that Alne Resqole- !ino er v lOcc-sinry ti c-tIn t e irrliteteti feelinir's of tie neeopsi. .Eir R. XX in 'ONi Subscribers-only content

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    -Ou she 14th iast.at Edinobrei-, 'a frs. Otiarksl-)ltr ',F - aT iscoerat Mtiehile. ,, tOa the 9ih;linst.-at Withan, Lothn, Essee, Alne, 5 dagrkhtrer of the -anr. F. Talbotc On the 7th-.inosr. at sel'Wisenr near Dunbar,- Lieut-t Ct4' 0 eIt tre Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 . * FRTtANT C E. PARES, Fra. 2 -Tlte Priiac of Necflthatel, whvio set afI [ n dau s n,6? oll a most imortant iissionlto Viewlnal i Zero iun 1ih character oEf ain.Ambassador Extr3ordinary. lic is acrmnpuied e Subscribers-only content

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    TIlE EXAMiNINER. . I.oxncvnv AuTasST 4. COITNT lTAVAi1T.tF is ,'aid in the American ptiners to have. arrived in Philad&l 16hin ; ard it is cerivi ai thit Sir lio33i Rr NViLSON 'aih Arll Baut<c haiti arrived in their Own Subscribers-only content

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    Stqwf.d-hill. On Sunday veek, at Alne, James Hudsof, shoemaker, to Margaret Robinson. Thniss the fifth time the brldegroom has tred the happy state, having been mernsod the first time at the age of 21, at Alne; the seen~d, at the Subscribers-only content

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    The poor man has left a wife and four children to mourn his loss.-Staffordshire Examiner. PARRICIDE.-Annie Watson, aged 77, Fof Alne, in the North Riding of York, was last week murdered by Esther Watson, her own daughter, who is between Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day of his death, but if c Iterivise, my blessings shall attend him. Give my love to my father and Alne, fordI bear her no envy, bat shte might have trusted me more as a sister, since we are of' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in large numbers, and commenced levying contributions on the inhabitants of Lane End or Lotlgton. A frightful accident happened at Alne, within ten miles of York, on the Great North of England Railway, on Wednesday evening. It was entirely occasioned Subscribers-only content

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    HISTORY AND PROGRESS OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. TiE STATE OF SIEGE.-On Friday and Saturday last the assembly was occupied with the discussion on the proposition of N. Liechten- berger, demanding that the state of Subscribers-only content

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    PILLS again hriurphant [in lre cure of a BAD LEG- of TEN YEARS DUAlATION.-Extract of a letter frocce Mr harris, Alne hill, Alecoster, Mtarch 14th, 1849:-" To Professor -lolloway. Sir--I sualered for upwards of ten years with a bad letg, Subscribers-only content

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    R-atrot SATURDAY Mosmx% DEcrmBERs 4, 1852. THE BUDGET. Before a House crowded to excess and with attention un- usually strained, the Chancellor of the Exchequer last night developed his anxiously expected financial scheme. He prefaced his observations by remarking Subscribers-only content

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    FIFTEEN is more or essinjredbyaccde~ yerl. Tis empnyhas already Forms.af Proposal and Pros~ec~oees may ho leadat the Coem also RALWAYACCDENT ALNE my b insredagainst bO th orey~CHAaRGE FOR STAMP DUTUY. e WIL~L;IAlM J. VIAN, Secretary. tt Railway PaAssnger ssaraneeCrmpany, Offices, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    issue a son anda daugh-j ter by his second marriage, namely, the Hlon. Edward S. Jervis and, the Hon. Mary Alne. widow of the late Colonel Dyce Sombre. He is succeeded in the title by his grandson, Carnegie Robert John, Subscribers-only content

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    and recent information. Every intending emigrant ought to read it."-Messenger. ITALY UNDER VICTOU EPMANWUEL: a Personal Narrative. By Count CnAsrrss Alne. vABErNE. 2 vols. 8vo, with Charts, 30s. "A most important and stirring book."-Daili News. "Whoever wishes to gain an Subscribers-only content

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    earth, instead of being a very shrewd monarch and an excellent time-server, and had there issued from his union with Alne Boleyn, the Virgin Mary of the English Reformation, a long race of Messiahs, the religious statecraft which he initiated Subscribers-only content

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    e houra n Lifrom Birminagham. Two sitting rooms, three or feer use rooma. J2. 20s. per week.-Apply, John Rarper, arebt Alne, WamintiCek shire. . a82m3 r. T OZILLS.-To Let, JUnfurnished Apartmeots.-No. I, lH6rtington 6. Road. P9104 _ jUONUVMENT Road (45).-Apartmentr, Subscribers-only content

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    " WANTED " CLASS oif ADVBRTISEMENTS Foer cons~ceotie invertioun of the e oauss of email Advertisementl 8 paortcoulariocvd blou, the following are the prepaief oharges :- 5. 16 Words, Once ..... 6d.11 to 32 Words. Onco.... lo. 06 - Subscribers-only content

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    $TlNHM F JNISRING (o: 2.2, 31, ,7)M A ,: .' 000VA1AKRRS-, UPROLSTRRER8 ,4ND COMPLUft eS HOUJSE U ; * VTWLVE LAIvs SHOW Rodrs. 1i1OUSAND POUNDS STOX% MSBUM 10M ALL GOODS DWVlRgEMD TO ANY -AI)DRTSA. j3fMINGHABT FlitNISHIo CoMPANY InvitO the Subscribers-only content

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