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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will find arnple enjoyment may vTell be imnrrineJ Wften it is stated that there are Paintings from tie _rod'1 Megssrs. ALSTON, ALLAN, COtIaNS, COePrc Coo- sTArxn Fr' iDELt s, HOFFLAND, t I"JLOO, C SON VrNsTALL, WVLniie, and many others. Details Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS.. BRITISH IN[STITUTION. Gm'sruS is an inherent, untaught energy. It mna be elicited and improved by study and patronage, but it iever can be created bv either. It is the rich soil of intelloct which nature only can Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    too, it supports a number of able Artists, we would refer the disconrented to this picture, and to thoseef STOTrIAno., ALSTON, LESLIE, WEFSTALL, TURNER, CALL- COTT,COLLINS,CONSrAiLE,HOFFLAoD,GASDY,NASMYTEI, WILKEIRkIPPINGILLE, 1 ULREADY, IttGOs, ARNALD,&cw; the Sculpture of MAessrs. FLAXMAN, CHIANT1Y., WRSTMtA- COTT, BAtLY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the snow was beginning tO fall very thick, wilri mush dilliculty and exertion, reached the residence of Mr. Kidd, at Alston, to whomt he could not relate thie cir- cumstance for Dearly a quarter of an hour, being quite speech- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hle pohlic to- Morrow. Among others of talent, tlt, visitors i illari- Cqj11ria iiadinire [h1t produietion ofMr. Wpsi, anti of ALsToN, Birn, 1-lITOK, Alton Pli7EtfiAL, aud F. P. SirFkrylit:Nos, in listory^,p-of Mess-s. ATKINSON, ihivE, CrLEUNNiE, Co LI5, 1 OO a, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wide-spread wvastes of Arabia, relieved, and cheered by a few well ciltnred pro- dutctions. They are from the hands of ALSTON, COLLINS, COOPER, CLE X,1 IIOFFLAND, &c. We shall state tieir respective merits and defects in our next. Mr. WEST Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EASTLAXE, FARRIER, FRADELLE, HOWARD, SrTOTnARO, STEPHANOFF, Nxwroro, SHARP, PicstEnseeaL, LEAHY, LES- LIE, DiiUaMOND, WITaIERINGTON, GOOD, WILEXs, FRASERn; History by NORTHICOTE, ALSTON, HAYTER, GRAnAe, WESTrALL, CooPER, HILTON, ETTY, JORES, MAPnTIN, HAYDON. Among tile choicest of the Portraits are Lady L. Lambten, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l)irectiun. JOHN IRVING, Chairman. Mr Irving having quitted the Chair, it was moved by Edward Fletcher, IEq. seconded by Coelonel Alston, and Rsolved imanimouosly,-That thle Thaclhs of this Meeting be given to John Irving, hse. for his very able coseduct Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fetter anue, to Anne, youngest daughter of the Late J. Anderson, Esq. one of the Six Clerks. DIEn. Lately, Pt Alston, Elizabeth Martin, aged 103. She lived at Dilstonr, in Nor- thumberland, and was servant to the Earl of Derwentwater Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    purpose !-Meorniag Post. - A small balloon was found by a shepherd boy on the manor of Pri- orsdale, near Alston, in Cumberland, a short time since, with a label at- tached to it, stating that it had been sent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NMorth.-J. W. Scott, and C. S. Lefevre, both Reformers. Hertfordshire.-Losd Grimston and Abel Smith, Esq., both Tories, and Row-. land Alston, Esq., a Reforner. Hu~ntin1pdonshzre.-Lord Mtandeville, a Tory, and J. B. Rooper, a Reformer. Kent, hastern Division.-Sir E. Knatchbull, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exeadr'ia (La.) Intelligencer announces the death of four of the members of the bar of that place. "i Messrs. Ktnox, Alston, Briggs, and Hall, have been called, in the, prime of life, and the pride of early manhood, to that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be allowed to go into committee, when any alterations which might be suggested as to the details could be discussed.-Mr ALSTON stated that, although his name appeared upon the back of the bill, it had been affixed there without either Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aetopposed. Hertfardsolire.-Tnte election for this countov has terminated in toh choice, there being no opposition, of Lord Grimston, Tory; Rowlarid Alston, IEsq, Re. : former; anid Abel Smith, Esq., Tory. G. G. Fordoan, Esq., addressing the electors f-nin the ho-liago, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wm. 4 Charles at- Carbonnell, John T. 182 Re- Allfrey, William, Lmhoins gent street inn fields Carswell, Wm. Maida vale Alston, William, Ladgate hill Carrington, Waltet W. Vigo Allnutt, Charles, ChesSvick street Aldam, Win. Lincoln's inn CosterJamnes, Fountaln cDurt, Anderson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Hugh Hume Campbell, Bart., Sir H. Bulkeley, P. Phillips, Bart., John Parker, Esq., Earl of -Euston, and Row- land Alston, Esq. The Committeee on the Longford electien has closed its pro- ceedings, and the sitting members have been declared' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, Sboreditch, linen.drapers-E. and T. HeImming, Feck- enham, Worcester-hire, needle makers-Milroy and I'Gill, East Stonehouse, Devonshire, drapers-J. Hayhurst and Co Alston, Lancashire, cotton-manufacturers-J. and R. Horrox, W. Goodlad, and W. Worthington, Cateaton street, calico. printers-Woolley and Sabine, High Holborn, card. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    id., il-ornsey Alexanader, Georgei, Sudbkorr Alfrer, WVom., iuncoln's inn firlds Allison, Josensh, Rtrgen~t street Alstone, Sir C., Bort., Ioeunt street Alston, Wiltiim. Belle Sauvage, andSudbuiry, Su~etk Amros. William, Walbrook Anderson, Eustace. Kensington Anderson, W., 19 Great blarlbn- rough street Andrebtvoi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ARREST OF Di TAYLOR.-On Saturday last Er Taylor was arrested by two of the Carlisle police at Mel- merby, near Alston, in Cumberland, and brought to Car- lisle the samd evening. The charge against the Doctor is, having delivered a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Mleeking and Co., 6v. Hlolboru hell. M~r H. Johns, 13 gleet street. Housrs Sdowces and Hart,.61) Flee~t itreet. ,lte5ts Alston and Hallans, 3^v Bishpogseateotsteeti *eg. J. Mochi, 4 Leadenhall street. ROWN SHERR1', of superior quality. 3f6s. per NEj entO Subscribers-only content

 

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