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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    started as on Friday afternoon, and reaching Gretna at one o'cloc k on Sdamonng, were muarried immediately.-Whietcaven Herald. DEATHS. At Alnmouth, on the 8th ult., Mr. John Adams, at the advanced age of 94. He was a man of peculiar Subscribers-only content

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    The reception was of a very enthusiastic character, and the scene altogether was very imposing. Addresses from the towns of Alnmouth and Dunbar were presented to her Majesty through Sir G. Grey on her road, and on the arrival of Subscribers-only content

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    connection with the Royal National Life-Boat Institution, stationed on different points of the coast of the United Kingdom:-Bcrviclc-on-Tweed: Northumberland- Boulmer, Alnmouth, Ilaulcey, Newbiggin, and Cullercoats; Durham -Whithurn and Seaton Carew: Yorkslcire -Filey, Dridlington. and Hornsea; Suffolk-Lowestoft, Pakefield Southwold, Thorpeness, and Subscribers-only content

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    connection with the National Lifeboat Institution stationed on different points of the coast of the United Kingdom: - Berwick-on-Tweed. Northumberland-Boulmer, Alnmouth, Haux- ley, Newbiggin, Cullercoats. Durham-Saltburn, Whitburn, Seaton Carew. Yorkshire-Middlesborough, Redcar, Filey, Bridlington, Hornsea. Norfolk-Cromer, Mundesley, Bacton, Palling, Wintertou, Caister, Subscribers-only content

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    the crew of eight men from the brig Ann, of Blytb, which during a gale of wind was wrecked -near Alnmouth, Northumberland, on the 12th ult, It was reported that the shipwrecked crew had hardly been taken off before the Subscribers-only content

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    in the ship's boat. The captain, a burly Russian, w ho is the owner, refused to leave his vessel. The Alnmouth lifeboat went on Friday night to take him ashore, and lost five oars on the outward journey, owing to Subscribers-only content

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    a ticket. KrrznLD BY A GOLF BALL.-A lad named Rochester, while carrying the golf clubs for a gentleman golfer over Alnmouth playing ground. Northumberland, on Tues- day afternnon, was accidentally struck on the bead with a golf ball, and received Subscribers-only content

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    a new wving Which has been added to thp Croydon bteneral Hospital. A Peterhead fishing-bcat has been. washed ashore at Alnmouth. 2Northumberland, with no one on board. It is feared the crew haee been drowneed d. A- nevs and original Subscribers-only content

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    bv the circulation of an address to the electors from Mr. H. W. Lawcus, of Alnmouth, Northumberland, who, as already mentioned in thei'oebt, seeks their suffrages as "A Voluntaryist or.Sclf-ruler." The candidature of Mr. Fawcus is not. taken seriouly. Captain Subscribers-only content

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    Bernstein and Co., Liver-*,v, guftI ltlloa deslere. Marshall, DfA,'on and A o., Heoleefield, scythe maurnfacturers. YoIMt and Co., Sunderland and Alnmouth, buSildets. Perry and Sons, Highlields and elsevhere, engineers; as far as regards F. C. Perry. Nethbrclift and Durlacher, Biewer-street, Subscribers-only content

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    Gloueester, chenists, W. and G. Barnsley, Stockport, tapnners. Walker and (;olbourn, Eest-road, i ity, general wire workers. Bailey and Douglas, Alnmouth. dsh curers, W. and J. Brea I, Pilton, maltoters. Newby and Chatwin, Scarborough, grocers. J. W. Brown and Co., Subscribers-only content

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    of Brandsby. Tornsee.-Sept. 13th, at New Longford, near Manchester, aged tO, Mrltha, wile of the Rev. J. J. Tophum. usnei.-At Alnmouth, Northumberland, a-ed 18 months, John Peloy, youngest child of Mr. William Cehor, of Neweastle, Its of Lauds. -WARD.-Sept. 13th, Subscribers-only content

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    agent at Aluwick for Messrs. Woods and en Bank. On Tuesday afternoon tile two gentlemen came down from Aluwick to Alnmouth for the purpose ol as bathing. They immediately took a boat, and pullied out at into the san in Subscribers-only content

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    Orrock's best work is to be found, be passed by without notice. North of the Coquet runs the Alne, and Alnmouth furnishes another pleasant set of. subjects, of which Alnwick Castle from the "Pastures" .(42) is the most attractive. A Subscribers-only content

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    d 29th, 4th West York A.V., Southport; June 12th to 19th, 'e lstNorthYorkA.V., Scarborough Castle; 2nd North- . umberland A.V., Alnmouth * lstVA. Northumberland , Fusiliers, (io.; 3rd V.B. West R'dinz Reg., itorecambe F1 Bayv; lt Durham Rifles, Redear; 1st Subscribers-only content

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    and landed at Blyth by the Adamant, Gercsa- barque. Loss or LIFE ON TEE NORTHUJMIBRIA COAST.- . The boat from Alnmouth, belonging to Geo. Rtichardson, was capsized yesterday on the Northuinbrian coast, and. Robert Richardson, one of three brothers, was Subscribers-only content

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    that it is intended to alter the name of Bilton Station (on tie North-Eastern Railway) to i Alnmouth. It is announced that three non-commissioned officers in the Bavarian Regiment of Guards haTe been degraded and cashiered for ill-treating soldiers. The Subscribers-only content

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    Edinburgh. University; It. Dan. Royal Liverpool; Oliver 'iantmson, Tantallon: Robert J. Blair, Greencek; 1I. E. Taylor, Richmond; T. 1. Pease, Alnmouth; C. L. RandalLl, Prestwick; St. Nicholas IL Id. Ballingali, EdinburghT University; C. F. Whigham, Tantallon; A. R. Aitken. Prestwicke; Subscribers-only content

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    BELFAST CHAMBER OF COM ERCEI ts, QUARTERLY MEETING. Is. 5s. THE quarterly meeting of the Chamber of Comn- Id, mberdc Was held yesterday. Mr. C. 0. Cannor; 07 vice-president, occupied the chair. There were also 'present-Messrs. John R. Bnrnett, Subscribers-only content

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    rest e vith easy minds Next %ay s.ated fr \ roo'sr, i ;,zNewscastle aend Ahicok. A branrci lrae frut. ? Alnmouth brourght us to the let-l' toe-wn w '-ocn is y picturesqueiv situated oa a sPur 0 th Lcheveot i Subscribers-only content

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