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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cydwybod oddi- a wrthwiady Chwilys,-yn ddigoni wneyd.i'.r I gwaed oefa ferwi. Mi welais y ffenestr o'r I, hon y ,.bu. Alva greulawn yn edrych ar ddi- 2 enyddiad Egmgnt a Horn; mi a welais:hefyd y[ amni i ddaeargell dywyll, a'r Subscribers-only content

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    the village of Alva, on Saturday last left that village, in the early part of the day, for the purpose of robbing the nests in a rook- ery situated in the romantic and beautiful glen of Alva. He bad frequent- Subscribers-only content

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    POLICE. MAARLBOROUGH-STREET. : : Mr. Lewis Flanagan, a barrister, residing in Crown-court, Temple, was charged with inciting the mob to acts of violence, opposite the Duke of Wellington's house, on the 12th of October.-The Marquis of Worcester stated that Subscribers-only content

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    from J .Woo,-Affecuion, 7 heMiniature,and Female Pirates, the latter a very graceful composition. Two landscapes from PuRssaa- The Bridge of Alva, and Corfu, both effective as drawings, but wanting depth and tone in the engraving. Tle Vintage, by BOAnEN, the Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMINERS LONDON, OCTOBER 6, 1833; The King of Spain died on the 29th ulit. The maxim which says, " Nothing but good of the dead," would prescribe absolute silence on the life and character of this Monarch. Had Subscribers-only content

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    of a portion of the Carlist junta of Navarre, by Orra, and of the defeat of two battallions of the Alva rebels, on the 26th ult., by General Cordova, has greatly elated the spirits of the supporters of the Queen's Subscribers-only content

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    FINE ARTS. TEE LAWnENCE GALLERY.-DRAWINGs OF RAFFAELLE. A motion is_ about to be made in the House of Commons, we understand, that Government should purchase the collection of ]Iaffaelle drawings, now in the possession of Messrs Woodburne. We think Subscribers-only content

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    not only in favour of his own creed generally, but in the select instances of its "d amnouts D)uke of Alva," its " unlucky Guy Faux," and its good Queen Mary,"-meaning by the latter personage the bilious and unhappy, though Subscribers-only content

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    THE LLITERARY EXAMINER. 'ide Domestic .Zala*agcsnent of the Sick Room. By A. T. Thorimson, AM.D., &c. Longman and Co. The design and execution of this book are alike deserving ofpraise. It will be a matter of some sur- prise Subscribers-only content

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    coachmaker-S. Speakman, Preston, Lancashire, ship builder-J. Tilston, Macclesfield, Cheshire, silk manufacturer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Lunn, Edinburgh, builder-J. and P. Robertson, Alva, nmanufacturers-P. Robertson, Edinburgh, tailor-I. Thomson, Annan, draper-G. Wauchope, Edinburgh, ivory turner. Friday, September 23. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, SPrTsBsssa 22. Subscribers-only content

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    13 W. Whitehall, Fore street, sitl; manufacstrer-January 13, F. Alaking, Langley street, Long acre, currier-January 13, J. Mills, London wall, wharfioger. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. 3. Smith, men. Leven, Fiteshire, shipowner-J. Thomson, Greenock, coal merchant-W. DUysdale, jon. and Son, Alva, woollen manufacturers. Subscribers-only content

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    Chepstow, Monmoauth, timber merchcint S. Thorp, Manchester, nmerebant. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. J. Lindsay and Co, Glasuow, callenderers-R. and J. Drys- dale, Alva, Stirling, manufatcurers-J. Stitt, Glasgow, lace- merchant. DEATHS. On Thursday last, at Weymouth, General Browns, Colonel of the 44th Regiment, Subscribers-only content

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    3, T. Wilson, Liverpool, fancy shawl dealer-May IT. Barlow, Manchester, shoe dealer. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. W. Horne, Edinburgh, eras manufacturer-J. Monteath, Alva, manofacturer-J. Duff, Whiteiield, Perthshire, cattle dealer. At shly PrkLad BIRTHiS. At AshleY Parkt, lady Fletcher, of a daughter. In Subscribers-only content

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    Worcestershire, and Ambl-coat, Stat- fordabites, coal mercbsnt-Joly 29, J. S. Walton, Northallerton, Yorkshire, mosey sceivener-Jutiy 28, T'. Lloyd, Market Deep- ing, Liucolnslsiie, grocer-July 29, T, T. Squtier, Exeter, brush SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS- J. Christie, Leith, merchant-J. and W. Dawson, Alva, manufacturers. Subscribers-only content

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    Sheffield, builders-J. Oldham, Wood street, City, silk warelouseciau-J. Simpson, jun. Wakefield, Yorkshire, manufactufiog chemist. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. A. and R. Todd, Alva, manufacturers-J. and J. Pearston, Glasgow, spirit snercnants-J. Wyseo, Falkirk, builder. DE.ATH. On the ith inst., at the house of Subscribers-only content

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    Parishes of Tarves, Fyvie, and Auchsterless, to Torridff from thence by the banks of the lveron, throuch Tnrriff, King-Edwvard, and Alva. to Banff and Macduff: from Banff, it will proceed alorg the denselyp populated coaut of the Boyne, Findlater, and Subscribers-only content

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    Parishes of Tarves, Fyvie, and Auchterless, toTurritf; from thence by the banks of the Doveren, through TurriPf, Ki ng-Edward, and Alva, to Banfi and Macduff: from Banff, it will proceed along the densely- populated coast of the Boyne, Findlater, and Subscribers-only content

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    We are not Base Indians to cry craven at a beck From Queen or Treasurer. There be missives conic From Alva. Ayl. You lose temper, master Logan. lies. Temper ? I would that greater men than I Lost temper. Ayl. Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. The Lives (of Twelve Eminent Judqes of the last and of the present Century. By William C. Townshend, Esq., M.A., Recorder of Macclesfield. Two Vols. Longman and Co. Another welcome contribution to the literature of Law, Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Orqissaol Letters, illsistrative of Euji isle History; iso- leeding nseueroseus Royal Letters. With Notes and Illustrations, by Sir Henry Ellis, K.H. &c. Prin- cipal Librarian of the British Museum. Third Series. Bentley. Sir Henry Ellis's Collections Subscribers-only content

 

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