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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNITED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, Sept. 26. The Marquis of WESTMINSTER presented a petition agreed to at tile Westminster meeting, praying their lordships to pass the reform bill. Every body was anxiously enquiring, ",what will the lords do Subscribers-only content

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    represented by a crowd of polite visitors at Arnoliffi-, manor, shirugaing its shoulders at the frmuk wav in which L-id' Arncliffe mrives expression to her natural tastes arid iffections. The htiu- hbnd clhifep, instructs his wife how she mwist do Subscribers-only content

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    one may be cast out for a morning walk on this or that broad moor, in the delicious scenery of Arncliffe Woods, or in some glen out of which an artist could fill his portfolio with pictures. We know no Subscribers-only content

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    single point. The piece was followed by An Unequal Match, in which Mr. Beveridge now takes the character of Harry Arncliffe. So admirably is the play now cast that it becomes embarrassing to specialise. Miss Annie Lafontaine's impersonation of the Subscribers-only content

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    7 4 iar Play ... .....3 5 7 Addy .. ... 4 7 31 Xarifa . 3 S 7 S Arncliffe... ... 3 7 0 Gernot ...... 3 6 I The PlIIcE O' WALES's STAK'e. of IS Sovs eacnd, it, Subscribers-only content

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    horses eoloured for the Foal Stakes are-Bonnie Charlie, Newton, Borneo, Duncan, Beauchamp, Mount Temple, Pizarro, e lHambletorlian, Velsens, Orphan Agnes, Arncliffe, Marjorie. i Tie CLEvZLAND HUNTEIRS PLATE of 50 sovs; four-year-olds 1ist 91b, five 12st, six and aged llst2lb; penalties Subscribers-only content

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    mercenary Mrs. Montresor in seeking to renew her relations with him. Contrary to general expectation, the wealthy Sir H 'arry Arncliffe renewa the offer of marriage which he made as a poor private gentleman, End the curtain falls on the Subscribers-only content

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    it is only recessary to supplement the impressions sugjested by its title, with the specfilc facts that the aristocratic Haiey Arncliffe (Kr G ilake), and the rustic beauty, Hester Grozrdbrook (Miss Sedgwilck), are the parties to the mnfsalliance with which Subscribers-only content

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    Scratton Mr. Clark's Prince Henry Mr. Redfern's Giantess BMr. Coates's Tennis Ball Mr. L de Rothschild's Prodigal Y Mr. Cooper's Arncliffe BMr. Stevenson's Gcormhia r Mr. Louldseworth's Brother to Marquis Talon's Trump Ace f Lilac Alr. Vyner's Juvenes - Mr Subscribers-only content

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    I SPORTING INTELLIGENCE, for its- aen, lie- in- thne )ry ma-. ego ho- a~te of bin, roth ice to ler are )ros rat 'inc Ihm ltd a[d m r nil alf to eon sd. the t)c- ad ho 'as Subscribers-only content

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    Reins Blance 6 re, heveey B yrn, Chislehurst B yes, Wbhitelock 4 yi, Roal ern 4 ys, Sicig Mon 4yes, Arncliffe 4 yes, LONDON CITY BETTING. VeCrOILre. Orus, Thrursday. The absoriring miscarst in else Manchester Cop elampcd thre ardoor of Subscribers-only content

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    8gs each ; lenatiesn Six furlongs. Mr. Navyor's Forethought, byForerunner-Megnolia 3 yre, 6st 31b ... ......W; Wall I leIr, Abington's Arncliffe, 4 yin, 7st Ilb. Wood 2 Mr. Marshall's Ebro, 3 yrs, h6t 41b. T ombltson 3 DIanseny (Mairtin), Lord Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. *~pACING NOTES. Soseer ws hefrstat Northamltn ton d-ay,' andic dangeerou wvas th rudhttese ard after the fIrst rae, - ,in whchPay grields I slpe up and 'bolter] before the start dsclderl to bold over the other events Subscribers-only content

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    Merrythought.. 3 7 2 Gieeshubler .4 10 Ivanhoe 6 7 0 BeaulieuII 3 8 3 ILadyClearedon ., 4 6 13 Arncliffe . 5 7 9 Blush ... .. 3 613 Fulbam 4 7 6 Highforce .. 5 6 11 Ripon Subscribers-only content

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    St. Botolphl (Broomnisld), Solo (Caider), Winter Cherry (Wilton), WIsite Nun (Lfovsard), aud Trixie (White) also ran.-Betting: b to 4 on Arncliffe, 7 to 1 agst Goiln Away, 8 to 1 agnt Eagle's Plume, and 10 to I each agst Trixie Subscribers-only content

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    910 Fedora . . 79 Craf ton . . 9 8 eterahm . . 7 9 Mallow . . 98 Arncliffe .7 8 fligliland Chief. .9 8 1acobite . . 77 Lord Cjlarles 9 8Invention .. 7 6 De'spair . Subscribers-only content

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    Oct 1 W~arwvick . .8,9l SPORTING PROPHECIES. IIUNTINGDON. l'r~ri. lANclrC I-SportmM-33sonnie Lassio: SpaortingIqfe- Eosecau or Lilv Motel; 1,'ieeldBotniol Lassie or Arncliffe; Luri ,,,l Itl'tWr-tiou`iiie l ssiC or White Nun; Ltrrse, Vlulatlieros fe:He-Lryflleror Easterm Empress; Sporting TFlos-White K i\lllTon WIFLTrre.T Sporft}ai.n-R Subscribers-only content

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    furlongs, ntraight. "IO~ lb age nI lb Don . 5 - . 110 12 The melit - 9 2 12 Arncliffe . .5 10 9 C by soiagcrsft-Ls' Gold Dsst- - - 110 6 Reva. . 2 512 T-hsitation- - Subscribers-only content

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    SATURDAYIS FOOTBALL. I A gIftat deal of important football wee played on SatitrifaY 0. ssndtdr ecisl code of rules, and the weatber generally lieing fine, o, big crowds of people witresseel the games gil over tile -kingdom. v Scotland Subscribers-only content

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    urpiards 10st 21b; penalties and allowncees. Fire fur]ongs. n age et lb ego st lb Orthodox . 4 9 7 Arncliffe (100).. 6 .8 4 Goldsmith i500 sovs) 5 9 4 Riapparee (100) 6 8 4 Cloth of Gold '. Subscribers-only content

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