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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 - -- i I REVISION COURTS. t \OUI.H STOCKTON. L • _*-*•" lox sal at the Police Court. South ;'. **•*, yesterday to revise the lists of voters j,' -lio poliiug districts of Appleton Wiske, ■ '''•j®, und Subscribers-only content

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    NORTH COUNTRY NEWS.; Cleveland Hall To Let for Quadrille Parties ; splendid new floor ; terms moderate. - Advt. Yesterday out of forty applicants Mrs Maud Evans, of Loudon, was appointed matron of the uevf Fever Hospital at Stockton-on-Tees. Subscribers-only content

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    Jtocal ana District Jlehis. Whitby Steam Packet Company. - A EiccGEssFuii Concebn.- The first half-yearly leeting of tbis Company was held on Fri- ay evening, Mr John K. Hall in the chair. A dividend of 45 per cent, for Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS, MAERIAGES ,DEATB& BI-TH8. SCHOUIS.- At 123. Grsnge-r- d, Middlesbrough itie wifs of Albert Scholes of a son. 4 MARBIA&ES. En v.9- Prjc_- On the 3rd instant, at St. George's Con- gregational Church. Middlesbrough, fen the Rev. W. H. Subscribers-only content

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    PAPONS' xhbbesto. PATTISONS . scotch ?Si-Scss whiskies * PAIWBOKS, Ltd., Highland D-Jtillers, „1-^sDALLOCH. LEITH. _ONP0». " public Entertainm enta. RER po REC AST. : o"-i r '- rv ri cws has l«een received from lbs ; Tne £1 0 Subscribers-only content

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    SAIH3EL ROBINSON- HIS REMOVAL TO CCPAR. Ttis noted individual arrived At Cupar yesterday afternoon in custody of Mr 8e.11, -superintendent of /police, and two of the Edinburgh. constabulary. So .great «sas liie interest regatding bis-expected return rthat on the Subscribers-only content

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    SCOTTISH PRISON OFFICIALS' GRIEVANCES. A deputation representing the Scottish Prison chaplains and medical officers waited on Lord Balfour of Burleigh at the Secretary for Scot- land's office in Edinburgh yesterday. The object of the deputation was to urge upon Subscribers-only content

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    TRADI\G IN DISEASED PORK IN GLASGOW. SE1ZUBE OF 250 LBS. OF POBK- BK"POLTTNG IVTS0LO8OBE8. On Friday afternoon, at the Central Police Court, Glasgow - Mr Gemmel, Stipendiary Magistrate, on the bench - a pig-dealer named Duncan Brown and hi* Subscribers-only content

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    SHIPPING NEWS. ARRIVALS AT DUNDKK. CAMPEaDOWN DOCK. Dec. ?o- London (sl, 946. Speedy, London, good*. Kufef U), Rattray, Riga, flax. _ varl __ey noes. Dec 25- Princess Victoria (s„ 459. M'NeiL Leith, looaa Alderney (»), 262, Anderson. N'-wcasUe, good.. Subscribers-only content

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    MONTROSE TOWN COTJNC_J* APPOINTMENTS. The monthly meeting of this Beard waa fceM last night- Provost Mitchell pr saiding. It waa agreed, oa tha motion ef tha afummm to observe the Qneen'a Birthday oa Thurs- day, Mth inst., instead of Subscribers-only content

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    A BOND « BOYCOTT." CSt-Jox-sd and Courier CoaasßFOimsirT.] Capo Town, Monday. A caucus meeting of Bondsmen, held at Graaf Reinet on Friday ni_ht after the People's Congress, passed the following re- solution : - " This Assembly, representing varions Subscribers-only content

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    THE PERTH CATTLE BALE. The following are the details of the prices obtained at Messrs Macdonald, Fraser, & Co.'a sale of cattle and sheep on Friday : - Cress and Half-Bied Hoget- Rashaelea crosses. 29s 9d; Aranarrow dc. 25s Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON CHARTIST TRIALS. The cases of Cuffey, Lacey, and Fay, occupied the Central Criminal Court the whole of Tuesday, Wednesday, ami Thursday, when at the request of the jury it was farther adjourned till Friday. On Tuesday, Powell, the Subscribers-only content

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    s#fotianH. __DiNßii<iH - SiNiiiLAll Occurrence. - On Wednesday about mid- lay, a heavy shower of rain fell with great sud- denness, and flooded the common sewers of the city to an unusual degree. It happened that two boys had Subscribers-only content

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    Departure of the Esquimaux from St John's. - Messrs David Bruce & Co. yesterday morning received a cable message stating that the Dundee whaler Esquimaux (Captain Adams) had left St John's ou the previous day for the Davis Strait Subscribers-only content

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    ALL SORTS AND CONDITIONS. A local gentleman has secured the approval at hia better half in his love of home decoration, af least, so far aa relates to the extinct fire in the parlour. On the wall immediately over Subscribers-only content

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    THE WIGTOWNSHIRE TRAGEDY. LATEST PARTICULARS. Aa stated yesterday tbe village of Glenluce was early on Tuesday morning the scene of one of the most dastardly outrages which has been committed in the south-west of Scotland in the memory of Subscribers-only content

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    SCOTTISH BANKRUPTS. c-rou. Last Night's Edinburgh Gazette.) Wg,-' v ! r *- Lt . draper, outfitter, and milliner. Glasgow V l "'. cviiuetime innkeeper in Innerleithen, novc Selkirk. ■WrlJT 0 ' btttch er, Peterhead. kttMa wvin boot ar " Subscribers-only content

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    DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN KIRKCALDY "n Priila morning one of the most i arming firci which h«s occurred in Kirkcaldy fpr some time broke out at the Patent Floorcloth Factory. Tt.e tire was discovered by the nii_.it w tchmun about Subscribers-only content

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    GREAT FIRE IN LONDON. Shortly after four o'clock yesterday afternoon an ilarming fire broke out on the premises of the Civil Service Stores, Bedford Street, Strand, London, which caused much excitement in tbe neighbour- hood. The fire originated in Subscribers-only content

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