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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Lon d,tie shinp-ownvier, an onulent merclhant, imrniedinNelY appenc d frora' tile sbore, for tlhe purpose of condincuIZ ?ir. L ANCASTER amrd his famdiy to appropd ate acco01nnodatioOf and on his namie appearing next dlay amongst the c(Mrals' tle Mayor Subscribers-only content

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    February,;iu the 22dcyear of his age, tltemHon. Browolow Charles Colyearsol of Viscount MVlsintotnl aud grandson of tile late Daie of Ancaster. The prefflatlrl deathl of tills youni man was occasioned hiy a fever pree~eieg from- the attack and subsequent ill-treatmnent Subscribers-only content

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    nirred-the loysa nsilitia iisemrieb udder Cawi:aid Bostvir. seizd upon th.i. ringiii~-i~trsi and cdu!sied the whole cunipvirac' ln'dii:r nieols fui high ireteouh were iCoNti 8(agalSt 51 erSOu san the triais have commencedi gt Ancaster; liere te I ieGs'JU Itagve bees coiLted, Subscribers-only content

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    their lote residence in Bouverie Street, to No. 7, L ANCASTER PLACE, Strand, near Waterloo Bridge, London, where all Comminications are to be addressed. DISEASES OF THE EYELIDS.-Mr. MARSHALL, Surt gon-Dentist, desirous of extending the benefits arising from his mild, Subscribers-only content

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    supposed leaders of this movement in Upper Canada, the names of W. L. M'Kenzie, L. G. Parker, Dr Rolph of Ancaster and Marshall, and S. Bidwell, stand con- spictious. Of M'Kenzie, his hostility to thie government and his repeated expalsion Subscribers-only content

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    G.CpBa, to HeMnrietta, daughter of the late Sir James Langham, Bart., of Cotteabreoke Perk, Northampton-On the I 1th inst., at Ancaster, Arthur Davie Vosey, Resq O Castle' bill house, -ntingdon, to Emily Persis, yonngest daughter Of Charles Asqx Eso- of Subscribers-only content

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    was a son of Mr T. Maitland, of Shrubs Hall, New Forest, by the niece of the last Dake of Ancaster. In 1805 he married the third daughter of Sir E. Crofton, Bart. ; and secondly, in 1815, the second Subscribers-only content

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    oF ReuNrSISs.-The Trial Stakes, 1.30; Monday Nor. csry, 2.0; All.aged Plate 2.30; Flying Stakes, 3.0; Sweepstakes, 3.30, Criterion Stakes, 4.0; Ancaster Welter, 4.30. The following horses have arrived, is addition to those trained here -Basiliqueo, Chippendale, estscliff, Limestone, Anchorite, Ihrewsbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1never in doubt, as the Middlie Park Plato winner scored a very 0Ieasy victory, The day's sport concluded with the Ancaster 0Walter Handicap, for wsiolh Ragent eves the only absentee of ltsa 1Ifourteen entered, Isabean being lisa most fencied; but Subscribers-only content

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    £30-Day aciii Herter. ( C 22, Cannnoroudnine. heDayso feerer 'TMAJfP'T'tN!Strea.-Tlet'sil Strep and Dwelliirbloue retre. f (El 23. lnedtspn eo-DystterCannon St. '[ANCASTER S'treet-Retail Shop, D~wellIng Reese, and flake- L.2 oone-Day and lutorcer, Cisnoon. Street, .k(AYCHSTEtt Warcborisoeun and Others.-Large and easall Ill Subscribers-only content

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    Improvement Department, Council Hue VALE End MI)-Rxelet modern Retail Shop and Dwelling D Hlouse.-Apty A H.Dvis, Council Reuse. I F ANCASTER S-ee-Lr-ge Mauaurn rmss 'enl hL. occupied by ilriyar Hlollow-waeCmay a esb divided to suit ten tsA H. Davis, CuclHue Subscribers-only content

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    House; retire; JL 5. Immedisae possession.-Dn y mud Meraer, Cannon St. 18 __ ,_ ,__ ______,___,__ t____ , Cano _._ ANCASTER Streerq-Retaij Shop, Dwelling House, and Bake. XJ bouse. -Day and xer, Cannon Street. I. fAADE.-Firstolass Warehouses and Ofdices £7. Subscribers-only content

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    Cassiope A PLATE of 100 sovs, added to a Uandicap of 15 sovs each, 1 it, for three-year-olds and upwards. Ancaster M. 19 subs. age st lb age st lb Tomato . . 4 8 12 Proyfeor 3 7 4 Subscribers-only content

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    A pFrATn of 1(10 SOVs, added to a Handicap of 1 sovs each, 10 ft, for tlreecycor olds and upwards. Ancaster M. Mr. Fleming's Cadiz, 6 yrs, 7Vt 21b . Heartileld I Mr. Goodwin's Sa crbaronieter, 6 yra, Ost'91b.. Itdlvards Subscribers-only content

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    Lyon) t1 35 Audley End Stakes -. - . t 65 Handicap Piats, D. I,*- - 12 20 Handicap Plate, Ancaster Mile - 12 60 Sweepstakes (three year-olds and oawards) 1 20 Handicap Plate of 60 soavs (two-year-olds) 1 65 Subscribers-only content

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    THId DAY (FRIDAY). Horses marked (") are at Newmaerket. A PLATE of 100 sov3 (Handicap) for three-year-olds and up- vards; Ancaster M. at lb st.b *Palmer.. 9 'Usurper 0 10 'KnightofthleGarter.. 9 5 'iontbar . 6 8 *Vespulan . 8 Subscribers-only content

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    .Ajax Freemason Peter Albaccia Fakir Peon A rmepur Furious P'almesr Amnity Geod Hops Papillon Aipenstock Gsodwood Pucrveyor Abstinence Crimiton Python Ancaster Guy of Warwick Reindeer Achievemnent Gisnynerdl Rtestitution Athelstane Glenisiore halty Attack colt Grcen Sleeve Rurie Ayelstone (.uile colt Sarah Subscribers-only content

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    DAY (FRIDAY). Horses marked thus (k) are at Newmarket. A PLATE of 100 sovs (Handicap), for three-year-olds and up- waids. Ancaster M. st lb st lb 'Vespasian 1, ' 'Compromise . 13 'Silenus .. .9 7 'Acorn .. .6 *Alice Subscribers-only content

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    now suggesting that BORDER KNIrGorT or LADY lAVENDER may be recorded the winner of the Flying Handicap, BONNIE IC&TIE or ANCASTER the Dee Stand . Cup, and KNlGHT OP TEE GARTER the Stewards' Cup, the other events must be left Subscribers-only content

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    Hockley. oll176 VOlt SALE, a Bay COB, U t hands, fins action, re-a from vice, FL'euiet torides and drive,-96 L Ancaster Strest. cE9il 10behSOLD, at Clark's Carriage Works, Wolverhampton a 'IWAGONETTE, with movable Head. moedern built, ando in lirot-clsaz condition. Subscribers-only content

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