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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, November 16. WAR OFFI.u, Novescasft 16. ist Life Guards-Cornet and Sub-Lieot. J. Farrer, to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Ducombe, who retires; It. Sutton, Gent, to be Cornet and Sub-Lieut. by purchase, vice ;arrer. Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW AT SHBEWSBURY. f,' Y esedy, the.Roy5l Agrililturat Show, at Slsrewsbury, ivt was open in all departments, those of live stock, dairy -produce, bee and farm management beiig added to those of irsplemneits, mnanures, and seesd, Subscribers-only content

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    !C. DE ATH OF THE REV. JOHN FARRAR~. kr rig tic ~id Tihe death is announced of the 1Eov. John Farrar, which tlh mn- occurred at hip residence, Bairibriggo Road, Hlcadingley, oir St, in Weudnesday morning, at the age Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS, we (Times) regret to stats that Mr. Justice Williams ,'ill continues seriously Ili at Exeter. Sbe price of grouse In Leeds is now 5a. a brace. The lUrds are plentiful. -Lceds flferetury. The Lords of the Admiralty terminated Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. WEDNElBURY. CONuFPLATED FXTEiNSION or DENOMINATIONAL EDUCA'i]UN,-It, Is stated that Sir Horace St PAQI, after having made minuite Inquirles relative to the educational 'f ceesnies of this town, is prepared to wake some very liberal offers towards the Subscribers-only content

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    WARWIKSM E ARGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE SHOW AT COVEINTRY. ,. Tire annual show in connection 'with the Warwick-sbire Agricultural Society wa.4 opened yesterday at Coventry. a The site of the show yard, which, is an admirable one, i's 7, situated Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON Gr AZE'T TB. (Froee Lasm /ivht'is f7a ette.) ADJUDIOALTIONS. SARAH COPPIxNt, Apperley Bridge, near Leeds, grocer, &o., widow. I USAIMUEL FP1EDERIOEc HrNSEt, Ofanoveir Square snd Thurn- seoe Street, Alanning-bam Lanie, Bradiordl, silk wvast merohbaut. WILSON & 3toULDIteO, formerly Subscribers-only content

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    - TO LET-BUSrNE~S FRKEitSES ~TAULT.~Lure dry Vaultunder Ha, nlon Hull, How Stree.-t ASTON~itloufactrtngPremire. Oes b oofo shopping, with JtcijA tre..Rte)e 2Inua nm rroceeises, suit almost Fralltrttade. Gaod showroo spince-L lowr, R4oberts. anoe Teoerteoir eomseqr to Let, ais J...aeewole orlee Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZBTTE.-ArRIL 8, ADJUDICATIONS. RosRsT ALTMA55DrER STEWART, lately residrltg at Nolly- I wood, Blackbeatth, Kent, now at Ottaws, Canada; and JOHN STEwART, lately residing at St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, nowlHollywood, Rlaokheath, KRnt, trading as Stewart Brothers, Fen Court, Subscribers-only content

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    BANKRUPTCY PROCEPDLNGS. P,r IVilliram Wright Brayshay, proprietor of St. Martin's Hotel, St. Martin's Lane; Birmingham.-A meeting of the q creditors in this InattCr WaS held yesterday, at the offices 6 of tho Official Receiver JMr. Luke J. Shar), Colmore Subscribers-only content

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    BIRkINGHAf_ COUNTY COURT. YESTERDAY.-Beirore Ar. Rcqststrar Parr~y. In rS-e FRakoIs EDWIN BAILeY, of 10,"George Street, Tamworth, irhnmongor andi earthenware dealer.-Publio examination. Debts, £0230.; assets, £668, Mr. Cross ap- peared for the bankrupt, who, in examination by Mr. Woolleti (from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS. CABINET COUNCIL-A Cabinet Council was held at| the Foreign Office, at 12.30 on Saturday. Fourteen Mlinisters were present, Lord Ashbourne being in Ireland and Lord John Manners at Belvoir Castle, staying with I his brother, the F)luke Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZEnT-AuST 19. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT 1883. RECEWENG ORDERS. MONTnGii Es>NsEur JACOBS, formerly trading at Commercial Street, Newport, Monmouthshire, lately trading at Queen Street, Cardiff, now at Albert Street, Blaenavon, Monmouthshire, clothier and fancy dealer. Ow Owxrs, Efail Cedris, Subscribers-only content

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    LEEDS, APRIL 1. \Ve areau!orozed by Mr. F,~vK Es liitsself tD sa, e viearti le grnT) ill the Leeds Ilitetligencer. of Iait * o'ida1, piuiijor iri to -be a speech diliVsCIel .by that Ma0iicnan in thle House of Coosnons; Subscribers-only content

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    LEIEDS WVATER-WORKS,. lICLE is hereby given, That Applicaiion is *csded to he made to Parliamelit ia the next Sea. ;n Act or Acts for altering, amending, and cx- thle powers of an Act pased in tlse Thirtieth Year 6regn Subscribers-only content

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    REDFJCT'1 tOv IN THE PRICE OF COFFEE. . r'. '1R.NT and SON, DRUGGISTS, SPrCe an , l';EA DCALERS, &c Briggate, Leeds, beg Qreturn TFanks to their riends anid the Public, for te 1SFavors 3nd the d1i~inguisliet Preferetice they have Subscribers-only content

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    CARVERS, GILD ERS, 1OOltING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAMjE MANUFACTURERS. IESSRiS. ROPE &, POSTER embrace IJIthis Opportunity of returning their sincer.e hank to the Nobility, Gentry, and Plublicin general, of Leeds and its Environs, for the very liberal E n. Subscribers-only content

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    EDUCATIO-N, Sasilc Green, HafiJax. Nr tIS's IBBETSON. dul. impressed wvith 1k. Gratitude to tier Friends tar their vcry liberal ie l . - uragement, respectfully informs them and the Cal Patelic that her School will R e-OprN on Mond.y, Subscribers-only content

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    jMtI OIINAMIINTAI- HAIR M, "4~~AN UPACTORY' N o.. 8, Upicreod.o&w, Lceds. -rMARSH begs Leave. ito-announce hig' Re- J -4 ,urn fromn Londirn,~ ihere "le, hae Selected the 'Newteqt ~ifiil,'ls Fa o stle d n F0ew0AV jiMiirs Frbhr leb 0 Subscribers-only content

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    OF THE GENERAL iNFinRMARY, AT LrEDS. s~eL~~sL~estOD GNNaTLeslele, 13cm to return you nly w~armest Aclenow- rant fo h onour york havee this Day conferred in Itt A~hi I 11 phyleIsictli totthe Leeds oh'~l With tlgc hIghest, Coshad eratoun, atig Subscribers-only content

 

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