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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Liverpool arrived hele at 11.20 o.e., embarked passengers, &C., and proeeoded immodiately for Boston SNOsAoP., Augcst IU.-Thu Allitlbrn " Angerton," from China, left here yesterday evening for New York. ST. JoIIN'S, August 11.-The Allan m Nova Scotian" arrived to-dosy. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrivad herso er tire turn Ionar ITELnoURNr., November 21.-The 1'. and 0. "CrTtlrags" arrived here this morning. The A.A. " Angerton" left here yes. terday morning for London. Ngiv YOR1;, November 20-Tbe Wilson "sColorado" arrived yesterday evening.-November 21: Thie -.A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uornbyhmrange, from Newport, L isw;. J hue.23-The Soata, homeward boud, left. .irpoon, June M2-The Numian for Mone, aile :June23 :-The Angerton, Sydney, sailed. The'Clan Forbes l hd&=, June 2.-The Hidoo, froim w for , . E~;June 23.-The Eden Hal, from Subscribers-only content

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    Canerown, massed yester. ld dav. The Jelunga, from Table -Pay ror Eheternes, passed through the DowVL9. I'S Darv:a, Jan. 6.-The Angerton, from New Orleans for Bramen, larsed. DTnrwms, Jan. 5.-The Clan Forbes arrived. r GxnLVNSTroN, .lau. 7.-The Painas, fror, Liverpool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the of Proosiaa, from Boston, arrived. r. ' gHoLZenAD Jan. 9.-The Cyrene, from Lota fer LiverpooL od aRvoeNo;o, Jan 9.-The Angerton left for New York id Knee Groatms SounoD, Jan. O.-The Arcadia, from Loncon it. arrIved. d KOBE, Jan. 8.-The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Spaiding, Esq. NOETHUMBERLANo.-llalP1e Carr, of Edgley, Resq.; Chas. Win. Orde, of Nunnykirk, Req.; and James Henry Hollis Atkinson, of Angerton, REq. YoaecSH igi.-Sir William Bryan Cooke, of Wheatley, Bart. ; Thos. Wentworth Beaumont, of Bretton flail, Esq.; and Geo.I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Richard Ellison, of Sudbrholoe Holme, Esq. ;, James Whiting Yorke, of Walmesgate, Esq. NORTavruMBaELAND'.-James Henry Hollis Atkinson, of L Angerton, 'Eq. George Bardon of Helebden -l-ouse, Req. W.Hd -oaoan, ofBrenkbiurn Priory, Eq. Es.;GogBadn NoTrTNGIAnsumrE.-John Trere, of Carlton-upon Trent, s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all isia children, and they are appointed resdualtry legatees, except the son wshio may be in the enjoyment of the Angerton estate. He has loft legacies tQbhis servauts-The will of George flitchcoclk, Esq., of St. Paul's-churchyard. silk mercer, and of Subscribers-only content

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    at a quarter to eleven. THE MORI1n FOxHEOuNnS will meet on Tues day, at Cockle Park Tower; on TLhnrsday, at Angerton Sta- tion; and on Saturday, Feb. 18, at Highley Gate ;-each day at a quarter to eleven. TEE TYNEDALE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elleninglon Hall,. 10 0 Saturday ,, Sewing Shields ,, 10 0 llonesr=se .,,,,Taesday,,. . Nethorton Station 10 46 Thursday ,, Angerton Statiou 10 46 Saturday ,, Nunnykirk .,,,10 46 Tni~uan,,,,n,.Monday .,,, 13olamWest-houres 10 46 Wednesday M~atfen Piers .... 10 46 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ago for the cianti m0n1 oxi ni Waliney IsleaTid.-Connt a)lers 2/crrhers, Sdaies, acl Girli/end c'avc e heiire thattibouttlOO1reresolls mst (ii Angerton Maos wirli twvelva b 0ris, eontntning coelcs. From a -wall the oliceis lvitilesed onle battle, and thei criniilsecenl et Subscribers-only content

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    arrived here to-dav. Friday.-The saine compauy'a steamer le Benefautors, for. London, left here to-day. , SceSINGeAonE, Tharsday.-The Milbionrs- Line steamer Angerton, I rn from Newcastle, Ncw South Wales, arrived here to-day. s ht SouTrsEND, Monday.-The City Line steamer City of Subscribers-only content

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    being completed with all speed. TH, StJEZ OANA4 Llovd's agent at Isrmailia, under date of yesterday, telegrapha that the steamer Angerton, from London for Adelaide, and the steamer Arabia, from Calcutta for London, have been in collisiou- iu siding El Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday. - The Orient Line steamer Liguria, from London, s-rived here this morning. (to LLOYD's.) ADsmrEAr, Monday.-Tho Milburn Liao steamar Angerton, from London, -has arrived here. ' DAL, 'Tuesday.-,The Dmermra and Berbico Company's steamer Beta, from Demerara for London, passed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (F.Ro-M LLOYn'S.) BOSTon, Tuesday.- The Waned Line steamer Konoos; for Liver- pool. left leave to-fey. CALCUTTrA, Tue~sday.--The Milburn ling steamer Angerton, from IMelbourne, isreived liens to-day., CocoNeAne, doundsy--The steamer Algitlie, from.Madasln, arrived here to-dey. ConuOtno, Sunedsy-Tho Anchor Line steamer Britoonla, Subscribers-only content

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    Thonock Hall; Sir Johu Dgdale Astley, of Ellium Itsll. NoPntmt[rnnrLAD.-CGeorge Anderson, of Little Harlo Tower, l ~roicaetli)ol.Tyue; Ialdall Atirinson, cf Angerton, hlorpaeth; Alexander Browne, of Oaxford, Cliatnil. NorsNosrtareairE:-flessry Abel Smith, of Wilford; ieiijantin Iutineasi, af West totVosel, Frederiek Platt, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    York, arrived or Avonmoath yesterday. It GnAvEStiets, Monday.-The Glen Lino steamor Glonearn, for Hong. ° Kong; the Anto-.Australasian Company'd steamer Angerton,. for il a Adelide end hessrs. Bullard, King, and Co.'s steamer Palnts, for Natal, lett hero to-day. . Gartixocox, Subscribers-only content

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    City oi ists ichmood arrived here to-day, and proeeeded for New York at 6n . SIVGAPORn, Wednesday.-Tbs Milburn Line steamer Angerton, self from hinUa, lett yesterday evening for Now York. Sr. JOHN'S, Wednesday--The Allan Line steamer Nova Eeotian arrived to-day. Subscribers-only content

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    Darlinetou; Mr. B. T. Tnornton Salvin, of Croxdale; and Mr. David Dale, ot West Lodge, Darlington. NoRToiuxrnsaAcNo.-Mr. Ralph Atkinson, of Angerton, Morpeth; Mr. A. Brown, of Doxford, Chathill; and Mr. J. E. Carr Ellison, of Hedgeley. WESTMORE.AcND.-J. E. masll, Dalemain; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mails for ondon,,pasaed this morning en roule for Southampton. (F''a Lwyn's.) CALcuTA, Monday.-The Milburn Line steamer3 Ascalon, forthe Mediterranean, and Angerton. for Landon. have left here. CAPZTOWU. Wedneedeir.-The Union Line steamer Totetr. which left Plymouth on April 17th, arrived heraat Subscribers-only content

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