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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHASE. 1 I ]aUNTING APPOINTMENTS. [We trust that Masters of Hounds or Huntsmen wllt favor us with 'their apUoiatments throughout the Season; we shall be most happy also to receive accounts of their sport.] Her Majesty's stag-hounds will Subscribers-only content

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    T H E. C H A S E. IVE SHOULD FEEL OBLIGED BY ALL MASTERS OF HOUNDS FORWARDING THEIR FIXTURES TO OUR OFFICE BY TEURS- DAY NIGHT'S POST.] HUNTING APPOINTRIENTS. STAG HOUNDS. Her Majesty's-Tuesday, HEllingdon; Friday, New Lodge; at Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHASE. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. *+5 We eiould feet obliged by ZMsters of rounds forwiardiag a* their fitures, aso as to arrive at the office on .Friday mornimg. STAGHOMMS. WEATHER FERWITTINeG. Bcr Majesty's - Tuesday, New Lodge; Friday, Uxbridge-commnn; at Subscribers-only content

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    T.Tnv:At ar PPING-NTORTON. , .JDEEAL ASSO0IATION.-The annual general meeting of thls Association took place on Thursday se'nnight, at the Town Hall, but the attendance was not large. CccTrscr.-A match was played on Saturday last, on the Common, between representatives Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Dec. 4, at 36, Beaumont-street, Oxford, the wife of W. Tyrrell Brooks, M.B., B.A., of a daughter. Dee. 6, at Shotover Lodge, near Oxford, the wife of Thomas Ellames Withington, of a daughter. MAR R IA G ES. Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. o The Heythrop Hounds. O IsIoNI)A ... ... ... Boultcr's Bsru. . sYsDMs'Dk.Y ... ... Thc Forx Norli Aston- FsnDt ... ,. , ,, St)w-on-the-%Told. y Snruanir .S .D.Y ... . Dlenbeini. e At 10.4.5 Dl The Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTXENTS. The }eythrop Hounds. MONDAY .. .. Pomf ret Castle. WEDNE5DAY .. . Bruerp. FRnDAY . ,yford. SATU RDAY Eynaham Hall. At 10.45. The Bicester Hosunds. MONDAY . .. Barton Common. TuEaSDAY ',, ., Weston-ou-the-Green. TnURSDAY.E . dgcote Subscribers-only content

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    OXFORD (lOCESANN CONFEIRENCE. - . - I-. Th uUIConlfrenco of thle clergy and laity of the Ea Thse of 'eioedcwas5 )held it, the Sheldoliian Theatr", W' P3ecs~ ElOll consdvad Thursday last. Oin tire first- g' 00ford, S hr a Subscribers-only content

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    rMODX TIZE LOWnoN (; -.- P-zrTTM, Trov. I'l. I .OMINATION OF SHERIFFS. te T'Te names of those *ho are nominated for Sheriffs by ie .he Lords of the Council, at the lxchcquer, on the morroW as of St. Martin, Subscribers-only content

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    .TO WUM =DZT0A or T=Z DSvn}' X,"Unualtl. Ql- I Sill, Iam not accustomed to adire"' the Public, ~but feeling a warml unterest in upholding- the character and indepen.. ilence of the Yeomen of this kiugdoim, I have been) led Subscribers-only content

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    fnibersl, n a.nt . leriral u..s - .ff Q R _t.- A- , M Eu S-LkI iI-al 5I.FW5. OXFORD, .fUNx 8.-This duy the following gentlemen wvere eleetked scholars of Trinitv :-W~iliam Henry Curtier, Frederick Willliu Foster, Henry Earl'e Tweed. Subscribers-only content

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    RnOYAL COMMISSION of the PATRIOTIC 0 ',T,;;"'IC N, ,, ( .v: Dtte ew. S 101.'4. Fori thenIcefof tile l',,doS "NsAnd 0).pui.... 'a eAds, 0"ilscc s._ Marinisc who oes,- tiled onl Active ervi'c is~ liting the present War. I1cr M.aecty Subscribers-only content

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    'VA4 V 4,T 9 IABY. ' ~ IAST NIGItT'c G iE.) I2 TIME ORDtHR Ok.THEBATH. M DMAlTMBINT-JAN. 1. WAR DEPARTMENT, JANf. 2, The Queen has been graciously pleaseA to give orders forthe fotlow aint aatments tot me Most Honourable Subscribers-only content

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    U OGERS, GLADSTONE, and Co.'s jEGULAR j L1INE}: ot PAC KETS.-The following splendid lirteloM SHIPSE Fi are now loa;ding in the London DOCik, and will bedoepated with N i)Ufl t = sP1lltYW40wt, adP Fur iiOiiBAY. the JOHiN SUGARS. oi0o Subscribers-only content

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    ITH.E ROYAL AGPJCAL2TUAL $00ISTyS EXHIBITION AT 7CANTEBY. I , . -.- It is always considered to be rather a difficult task to please everybody, and the Royal Agricultural Society bave been no -more suceasful than their neighbours in solving Subscribers-only content

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    fHavluta. BIRMINGHAM CORN MARKET-THURSDAY This week very little English wheat has been offering and for that which has changed hands fully as much money has been obtained; but we cannot report any improvement, either 111 the price or demand Subscribers-only content

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    Cfj-trrij. On Saturday morning the Bishop of Ripon consecrated that portion of the new Cemetery st Wakefield, which hss been set apart for the use of the Church of England. Tbe lirst commemoration of the opening of the chapel Subscribers-only content

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    Tuesday s Post. J Captain Hon. G. Stuart, 'of H| -Aimabfc I*as taken and s*it into Yarmouth Reads the rjrfcch corvette Llrts, of 24 guns and 140 men, %ith a cargo of about 800 barrels of flour. This vessel Subscribers-only content

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    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE GORHAM v. THE BISHOP OF EXETER. Tne following resolutions have been subscribed and published by Archdeacons Manning, Wilberforce. and Thorp, Dr. Mill and Dr. Pusey. Messrs. Kelde, Dodsworth, H«mry Wilbort'orce, Binnett, and several others: 1. Tiiat whatever Subscribers-only content

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    DOMESTIC. Court Appointment. - Earl Fortescue, who is now staying at Malta on account of his bealtb, has resigned the office of Lord Steward of her Majesty's Household, and the Marquis of Westminster has been appointed his successor. Christ's Subscribers-only content

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