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    General Index, D, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    General Index D D D.E.W. , chronogram and elegiacs addressed to Williamson by Dacre , Thomas, Lord Dacre, created Earl of Sussex Dacres , Lady. See Lennard, Elizabeth, Baroness Dacre. Dalmahoy , Charles, commission to James, commission to Dalquharrane Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    LEEDS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1-1. SHErtIrFFS APPOINTED BY I-ItS MAJESTY INT COUX- S cIa, for the year 1833 p C11Mle8nsoAND-Rictlelrid Ferguson, of llarker-lodlge Esq. t Drnoysia rnoe-Ashtoo Nicholas Every Mosley, Burnnaston-eouse, Esq i LINCOLNS entiE-Thomas Earle Welby, of Allingion-thall, Esq. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MAIL AND SHI? NEWS. (LroyB's TELEG3A-9.) BALTrxonLz, Friday.-The Allan Line stoamer Nova Scotian has arrived. The Hamburg American Companfs steamer Caliiorni&, from Southampton and New York, arrived. BOMBAY, Friday. - The Peninsular and Oriental Company's steamer Venetia left this Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    - ; M,5 , (?V, I tort AD gtqtusol - neia belo ASHBORNE. the CONSERVATIVE CLuB.-The general annual meeting lain ,is held onTuesday eveninoglast. Present :-Mr. W. Li B-HIolland (in theochair), and alarge number of mem- Boai bers. -The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FLMWER SHOWS. I d *to this who rade. littoe ,the r via iitteo t day ,the 4tudy roiled dics.1 ir. arby, 0n, ac hiold was four tody, lived the d an )eot- deno- was ifac- atog ther f 3, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TilE GOVEIRNMENT'S IRISH POLICY. I THE CRIMES ACT SUSPENDED. There was on Wedneeday night, telegraphed a Dublin correspondent, a special issue of the Dublin Gaeetee pub. lisehd, vwhich contains two important proclacriations by the Lards Justices and the Privy Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    t~~~~~~~~- - I:2- - III - . - I 1 i: i I I .. sk; -! I t U I:,7.I AS BY-D1E-LA-ZOUCH. 'ISTxOTr CoTTAGN 'HQSrXTAL>.-.The secretaries acknowledge with manlny tianks, gifis during June and tily ot books and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I.- r^\\T) FATAL TRAP <!&&*£* Yt RICHMOND. ' J '' i w - nl lst Mr and Mrs I_eng .„rvf * Ite (i Mrs Kershaw, ft widow, ■ ;,„;!-'• ""^rti, were driving home from •-*'- B * V "TIp Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    COURT, OFFICIAL, AND PERSONAL We understand tbat tne Coort will move horn O-bcrne to Windeor on February loth. Oa tba 25th the Qaaaa will go 10 Buckingham Palace, retur_iog to Windsor two daya later, The arrangements tot tbe Qacen'a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ;£«-' V_-H? - *"**•*-*•*-_*' __>_^ r -' V-'-'^NS' IV-i_*»«***_:. The Duke of Rutland, from South Audley-street, to Stanton Wood House, Derbyshire; Viscount Anson, from Staffordshire, for Ins seat in Leicestershire ; Lord Wodehouse, for Kimberley Hall, in Norfolk, from Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LONDON, WEDS ESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1 1 would be doing a great discredit to the common sense of the English public were we to suppose that they are at all satisfied with what they know, and what they do Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    IMPROVED and ECONOMIC COOKERY. ■J .'PROVED and ECONOMIC COOKERY. 1 lEBIG COMPANY'S J J EXTRACT OF BEEF. Mnire the Fines*. Purest, and Stroncest Beef Tea. 1.- ::..- Finest Meat (favouring Stock for Soups, Sauces. Made _ lir<:> ■.-. _.c. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    I-rFPVF<«S REQUIRES RE ENGAGEMENT ; --M (>^ „.-m m_ ti-l French, nnuiic, junior singing, _ " ■ *"■ ' : "___^;wote__' mtmmee ; £3U-£20.-t. li., \ ; ' ■" ■'- -; k 'K-^treet. W. V ; . r A- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    0°°* ™ st »»« Rood personal ch_- < " 'v.\-"i i |"i'i i • 1>liii '. 1 I__ Thorough G EN ERA L S E R V A N T . - :^1L l:n_t'.n 1>pli ' a " er Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DOMESTIC NEWS. Mr. Shadwell is ts be the new Vice-Chan' ccllor. His Majesty has been graciously pleased to confer on the Msrquis of Lansdown, the Lewd Lieutenancy of the County of Wilts, vacant by the death of the Karl Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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