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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EPITOME OF POLITICS, Foreign and iJr.meslir. It is the fate of Britain to see every ally to which she attaches herself fail before the superior genius of her enemy. What is this contagious poison she emits to the destruction Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTH. On Sunday last, at Tower Cottage, Ipswich, Mrs. William .Mumford, of a son. MARRIED. On the IStli ult., Mr. George Pi;ie, farmer, of Baddingliam, to Harriet, eldest daughter-and on the same day, Air. Robert wight-nan, carrier, of Framlingham, Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIED. On the 7th inst., Mr. W. P. Ribbans, to Sophia Mary daughter of Mr. H. Laws, both of Hornehurch, Essex. On the 13th inst., at Woodbridpe, Capt. John Magub, jun., of the \ igilaut, of Southwold, to Miss Subscribers-only content

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    m ttom TOfeQtapfv I Majesty visit Ireland, as expected, it will (juul'l '" s ? <,f the Royal aquatic excursion in June ■|)t |lfC <l W be his Majesty's intention to land at he . lt' s . sal Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHURCH, fte, Pr-.fErmen.ts.- The Archbishop of Canter- bury, in consideration of his long, laborious, and ill-requited services as vicar of Cranbrooke, has collated the Kev. Isaac Moss«p lo the.valu- able rectory of Smarden, in the county of Kent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iirrlfsuiottral 3.ntrlligr.trr. PRKPEnMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. The Queen lias been graciously pleased to appoint the Rev. J. It. Wood, M.A., to be one of her Majesty's Chaplains. The Rev. R. B. Bradley, Clerk, E.A., has been licensed to the peVieiual Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES* AND DEATHS. Announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths (th* two latter not exceeding 4 lines), are charged 2i. 6«t. for cash at the time of insertion. AU such communi- cations must be authenticated by the name and Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. On the '.'Otb inst.., in Oxford-r«rrac-e Mr- W i son. On the 18th of December, .it Yen House Mill Lady ot Sir William Medlycott, Bart., of x dausrhti On the 18th insL, at The Laurels, Kdebaston M- X) Subscribers-only content

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    TENDERS for LOANS- SOUTH EASTERN RAILWAY.-No tice is hereby given, that, in pursuance of a Resolution of the last General Meeting of Pro- l'r"'"_?*„,!?e„ D i r eol " r * of ****** Company are preaared to receive UN Subscribers-only content

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    r~ U K HERALD AND FREE TRADE .. ..; power the poor Herald happens to be as \ . . a * it is in love of truth. Our contem- ! ; V- defence of the free trade measures Subscribers-only content

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    EMPLOYMENT FOR THE ABLE-BODIED POOR TO THE EDITOR OF THB MORHI.NQ POST. Sir- ln consequence of the favourable notice you have kindly taken of my proposed plan for the creditable and pro- fitable employment of the able-bodied poor I Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Batman.- On the nth ult, at Boa Nova, Madeira, the wife of R. Bay man. Esq, of a son. Bell -On the 26th ult, Mrs. G. Bell, 17. Tav *ock_ttroet, Covent- garden, of a daughter. Bidgood.- On tho Subscribers-only content

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    B-BTH8. Abbot.- On tha 10th Int., -lie wife of the Bey. Bradley '.-.hot, of Union-road, Clapham, of -.son. Allow.- On the llth inat., at St. Mar.- '.-road. Canonbur \ .ha wife of the Bev. Henry Alloc,, of a sod Subscribers-only content

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    "7 , M t o CEYLON, MADRAS, and CALCUTTA, SI ''„,.;■ -i:._.ilar Monthly Mall Steam Conveyance for • „....,I s -The Peninsular and Oriental .Steam . , ,s PASSENGERS aud receive GOODS and \ . Port* by th.ir Steamers, Subscribers-only content

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    POLICE INTEL LIGEN CE. WESTMINSTER John O'Col'-iffkan, once before convicted of assaulting his wife, was charged with a similar offence. The complainant, who bore marks of ill-usage, said the prisoner came home on Stturday last the worse for drink, Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. 611 SHILLING 3 EACH INSERTION. BIRTHS. Buchanan.- On the llth inst., at Armadale, Row, the wife of 1 . C. Buchanan, of a daughter. GARDINER.-On the 20th ult., at Barnard Villa, Clapham, the wile of Subscribers-only content

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    j-EXEfiAL STRSING INSTITUTE, (l 5. HenrieTti-Ereet. Covent-parden, W.C. }'-••'■ :-..■■■. >':' -»jiely under Medical Direction. ;■ -: M. :■ ... > ■■:-_ Mental, and Monthly HOSPITAL- . >MD M_U>_r>fCPPI___-U at a moment's notice from i !:.<t«.te. r.-;.. r-sidem m Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. The foUowing appointments and preferments have recently taken place . - bishopric. The Rev. J. Harding, to the bishopric of Bombay. CANONRY. The Rev. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, to a canonry in the Cathedral Church of Canterbury. DEANERY-RURAL. Subscribers-only content

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    \ >, Fs for the SICK, carefully trained, supplied for p j***"-*! and Surgical Cases. Alao Monthly Nuraea and titl J*"* ~ K W>'i' t" the Superior of S. John the Divine, 68, _^ v " gardens, "^outh Kensington. Subscribers-only content

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    I 'tXERAj. REFORM of FUNERAL ABUSES, and th* ■ "- «c economical and rational observance of the conditions ■^ii tee proper Burial of the Dead. ExpUnatory pamphlet •■»••» Loudon Necropolis Company, 2, Lancaster-place, Strand. I^OIICE. - MORTLOCK'S, Oxford -street, Subscribers-only content

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