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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    compass semi-grand Pianoforte by Broadwood, selected by Boucher and Co., 6-1 octaves, in Rosewood Case; Pier Glasses, En- gravings after Ansdell and Stone. The contents of ten Bedrooms and two Dressing-rooms in Mahogany, Birch and Japanned Half-tester and French Bed. Subscribers-only content

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    State of Pennsylvania, to reside at Philadelphia; and J. S. Penleaze, Esq., Consul at Amsterdam.-Gazette of Last Night. The case Ansdell and another v. Goompertz, which has been the subject of much conjecture as to the result, has been tried Subscribers-only content

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    FOOD FOR LAWYERS AND DOCTORS.-The Vic. Chancellor has granted a rule to change the venue in the suit Gompertz v. Ansdell, from Exeter to London in order that the plaintiff way have the testimony f th metropolitan physicians. When the Subscribers-only content

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    on the day of meeting. January 26. J. King, North Audley street, Grosvenor square, coccIh builder-Ja- nuary 22, C. F'. Ansdell, Barnet, Middlesex, conach proprietor-Jantary 26, J. L Winstanley, IKing William street, City, hosicr-January 22, J. Humphreys, Grove street, Hackney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Frost has a finished little cabinet piece, Mr Goodall two characteristic compositions, Mr Hering some charming landscapes, and Mir Ansdell his usual contribution of imitated-Landseers. We regret that we cannot afford space for a more detailed criticism, but we Subscribers-only content

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    Poultry. L. Puisbrook, Cambridge place, Hackney road, grocer. [Bouts, Rodney buildings, New Kent rend. W. Stock, Ashtola-in-Mackerfield, Lancashire, coal proprietor. [Ansdell and Had- dock, St Helens, Lancaselire. J. Stock, son., Asaton-in -Mackerfield, Lancashire, coal proprietor. [Smith, Coias 6M. Laird, Birkonsead, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    woodcuts from original drawings furnished expressly to the Art-Union by a number of artists with whose names all are familiar, Ansdell, Cope, Faed, Goodal, Hart, Hulme, Selous, Tenniel, and others. The wood engravings also are from aj sariety of hands, Subscribers-only content

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    ttith, V.A., Tr. Webster, R.A., J. E. Aliliais, A.R.A., F. Tayler, L. Ilaghle, S. Cossins, A.R.A. Third-class Geld Medals: R1. Ansdell, W. ,,unt (water-eoloer.) G0.' T Doe, P. F. Poole, A.B.A., J. Thompson. F. Y. Hurl- St550, D. Roence, ilS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROUNDELAYS IN PRAISE OF A COUNTRY LIFE. By POETS OF MANY LANDS. Adorned on almsost every page with Pictures by Ansdell, Absolon, Duncan, Dodgoao, Foster, Goodall, Hulme, F. Taylor, nld Weir. Squr ro5, hound in the ancient fashion and richly Subscribers-only content

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    T. Ltcns, tacclestield, Cliescire, victteiter- September 1, 1t. Bowcock, lluline, Mtanchcestetr oil and floSrcbetitl tonuatctuier- September 25, S. H. Splatt, Ansdell sttect, Liverpool, saihattor. JBirthm.-On the 31st ult., At Barnes, tue wife of Lieat.-Col. Sifmflmtonts, C.B.. of a dauglhter-On the Subscribers-only content

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    A.B.A., ,T, Ford, 1. Foed, Linnell, son., Jas. Linnell' Wm. Linneil, G. B. Herring, ML O'Neill, Oakes, Bright. Lane', PEne Ansdell, Solomon. Herring, son., MullerN PIcTnsREy, Mis . tesie, Provie, Banter, Entell, West. Pafmore, Heiuels, Bran. ,white, and mane ethers, Subscribers-only content

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    Jewry.-R Barker, Mald,,e, Essex, boot and shoe manufacturhr. [Sole and Co,, Aldermanbury.-A Settoe, Cowley vale, Saint Helen's, Lancashire, corn miller. [Ansdell, Saint Helen's.-H1 Dowson, Nsew- castle-npon.Tyne, draper. [WYatson, Newnastle-upon-Tyne. )iviaglemds.-July 20, C H Tidbury, Lavender dock wharf, Surrey, wharfdr- ger-Jnly Subscribers-only content

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    of David Roberts, a Photo- raph by Lake, price 7s. 6d.-Engravings from the Works of Landseer, Frith, Fa'd, Webster, Collins, Ansdell, Wilkie, Scr., it greatly reduced prices.-Catalognes, ivith Titles, Painters, sod Engravere' names, sizes, pnbltcation, and present prices, 54 Sro Subscribers-only content

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    743, 779, 79,, s12. 8'. FINlE ARTS. -Fe: PsoTooce O.F 1 Yf 5 7ia at Rolo-ra MAcsoMy, 279, 23b, y66, Ansdell, t Treadin g ut r he oorrr,' 363. Airmyto e" Esther's btIrqet,' 361. laaurge--t Bravo, 'Imoro !' xja2., Cre. Subscribers-only content

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    heartily welcome such a guest, and hope he may never long be absent from our artistic gatherings. Landseer, Cooper, and Ansdell are all present in force ; and with such specimens, it is no wonder the price of wool should Subscribers-only content

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    or more interesting pictures than those presented to uis this month in the Art-Jfsnrnao. " The Way-side in Andalusia," by Ansdell and Philip, and engraved by C. Cousen, is a work to which attaches the greatest possible interest, in addition Subscribers-only content

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    THE SCIENCE OF RELIGION. . I - -h' At _ Four Lectures delivered at Introdvotion to the bSc6ence oi .amy-unb. the Royal Institutionb. With Two Essays on FaZsc Analogies, and the philosophy of llfythology. -By F. Max Mifller. Longulans. Subscribers-only content

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    from the Works of Sir B. Iandseer, RA., Sir John Millais, R.A, T. Faed, RA. Sir Noel Paton, IStA, R, Ansdell, RA., Rosa Ronheur, Miss Thompson, Holman HRnt, Edwin Long, RA., W. P. Frith, B.A., kc_ &c., including the follow. Subscribers-only content

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    of lied Hill, in Surrey, by Liemell, bought by Mr. Chamberlain for 185 guineas each. tLot 98, "Fallow Deer," by Ansdell, his last work before leaving for Spain last autumn, was purchased by the same gentleman for 77 goineas. T'le Subscribers-only content

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    oil paint than is here evinced, or could equal the russet richness of tone of this picture. We commend Mir. Ansdell for his adoption of Spanish subjects, but excellently as Isis " Cattle on the Banks of the Guaadalguiver" (No. Subscribers-only content

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