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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    •ftatllj duuntru &tto&. Colonel Dawnay, M.P., the Conserva- tive candidate for tbe Thiisk aud Malton Parliamentary Division, addressed an open-air meeting of his supporters at Thirsk, and ad- versely criticised the policy of the Government. A vote of confidence Subscribers-only content

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    Th' Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society. The Erosion of the Sea Coasts. Insulai Museums, Manx Antiquities, the Re- moval of Ferns, 6c, . On Tuesday. November 5, the regular monthlj meeting was held in the l-aw Subscribers-only content

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    In consequence of the surprising increase of the borabazeen manufactory at Norwich, that city is rapidly rising iv population. One hun- dred and twenty houses were built there last year, which are all tenanted. Prevention qf Forger y.-rWc have Subscribers-only content

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    VISIT OF PRINCE ALBERT TO THE EMPEROR NAPOLEON. BOULOGNE, Friday FROM OVR OWN CORRESPONDENT The Emperor and the Prince Consort did not leave the Hotel Brighton until three o'clock yesterday. At that hour his Imperial Majesty, accompanied by Prince Subscribers-only content

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    THE ARCH_EOLOGICAL CONGRESS AT NEWCASTLE. Tho antiquarian and historical sections respectively of this congress were opened on Tuesday evening at tho rooms of tho Biterary and Philosophical Institute by Dr. Bruce, the historian of the Koman wall, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONGRESS AT NEWCASTLE. . _» Monday was to many members of the institute the most interesting of all the days of the present Congress, as it was devoted to an examination of the Roman Wall. This is Subscribers-only content

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    THIS PAaPUR, Published every SATURDAY, (TUB St*n«ET-»*T,) Bt HARGROVE, GAWTHORP, and COBB, At the Bhitish Tub* Press, PArBMmKT, YORK, I* citctiMTiD, on the same Day, in moat Towns in Yorkshire and the adimning Counties, and for warded with expedition Subscribers-only content

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