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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. GUILDHALL. LOVE AND SHOOTING.-On Thursday, Mliss Sarah Emma Horwood was brought before .Mr Alderman.VEaLE.es, for final examination, upon the charge of shootingr at Mr Randall, the nimble coal-merchant. - Mr Alderman VENALT ES said, that Sir John Perring Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE. i0 l1 E. Low AgEN)DMENT SOCIETY have, it is under. TmtE MERCtNTILE oL i relation to the Bankruptcy code which is stood, prepared afpoetillOtre to the mercantile community. The matter to he proposed for Committee of the House Subscribers-only content

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    THE LIST OF PRIZES, CATTLE. SHORT-lHORNS. Class I.-Bulls above three and not exceeding sIx years old: 1st prize, Jacob Wilson, of Manor House, Wood- horn, Iorpeth, Northunmberland: 2nd,John Ciarlesworth,of llevdfleld, Dewsbury, Yorkshire ; 3rd, John Brown, of Shalilold, nWalsa]l, Subscribers-only content

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    SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SOTW. (From our Special Correspondent.) LONDON, MONDAY EVEINGN. "Merrie Islington," as it is called in the old ballads, is ordinarily now a dayovery far from deserving that cheerful designation. It is a maze of dwelling-houses, in Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGEhNCE. I THE JANUARY KO.MhNATJONS AND TURF NOTES. TO MCe EDITOR of the DAiLY PesT. Sir,-So quiet and dull have the affairs of the turf been lately that no great thingiwas requidred to inf cisenevwlifei beta thorn. Great Subscribers-only content

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    WEEKrLY PRETURN O7 SI4THS & DEATHS IN T 33E B0ROUGH OF IIIRMIINGHML. 6TI:1 WEsEK, 1873. III tho wccl entling last Saturlay, 4i 970 hirths an8l 3,255 de:atlhs A crc registpred ll largc lIsnglish towvios, in cluding Lonldoni. The lbirtlis Subscribers-only content

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    I GLEANINGS. Alnother fine sturgeon, nearly Mft. Iong, has been added to the Brighton Aquarium. It was caught off ianmsgate. It is expected that the Arclibishol) of Canterbury will speak in support of Lord G(rauville's motion on the Bturizl Subscribers-only content

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    I- - - . I .GLEANINGS. On Friday evening Princess Louise and the Hereditary Grand Duko of HIeses visited the Strand Theatre. Lord Randolph Uhurcltill, according to the lSudscascst, has been appointed Lord Chancellor de l'Echiquicr. There being no Subscribers-only content

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    ISTEWS OF THE DAY, Iiz i gk a ua itmu l f ,fut AND JOURNAL. MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1888. THE BIRMINGHAM " WEEKLY POST" IS NOW E-NIARGED TO 64 COLUMN&S A NEW NOVEL NOW APPEARS WEK3ELY, ENTITLED ' TIIE Subscribers-only content

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    N!EWS OF TH E DAY. * :2X:.::AND JOURNAL. TUESDAY, APRlIL 1, 1890.; LOCAL W1:AT=P FoszcAsT.-North-sery a tc easterly nds, light; fitne 9eniaZly-. There was no sitting of the House of Lords s yesterday, and in the Commons the business Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. A baby that weighed but twenty ounces was born in Minneapolis last week. President Harrison rarely smokes more than three cigars a day-one after each meal. Mr. Gladstone's infant grand-daughter is to be baptised on Tuesday next, before Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. : AD JOUMNAL. * W1E;DSTESDAY, APRIL 9, 1890. LOCAL WVEATOEN. FoRECsS. -North-weSterly 1ko wortherty wivds, fredA to strong; fair as a whole, d,,_, :d. Mr. EDWARD LLOYD, newspaper proprietor, died of heart disease at his Subscribers-only content

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    MR. GLADSTONE ON THE IRISH X - LAND BILL. i , I , _ , I Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone, who have been the guests of Admiral Egerton, I&P., at Weybridge, since Saturday last, brought their visit to a Subscribers-only content

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    t LONDON CORRESPONDENScm i LoYDoN, Friday Night. is a widespread opinion here, especially imons Conservatives, that for the narrow maiority hr winch Mr. George has been returned for the arna?VOl Boroughs Mr. Matthews is mainly t res~ton_1e. Two days Subscribers-only content

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    rI I I I L RRS E A Ie - . I- - RUAd IfOUE'LEAGO. A meeting of the General Committee of the Rural Labourers' League took place yesterday, at the Central Ofices, 95, Colmore Row. The Right Hon. Subscribers-only content

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    PLAL LABOURES LEAGUE. A meetin of the General Committee of the Rural Labourers Leaggue swas held yesterdav morning, at the Central Offices, 95, Colmore Row; the Right Hon. Jesse CollRings, M.P., presiding; there being also present Mesrs., Fraisk Smith Subscribers-only content

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    BIRMINGHAM CATTLE & POULTRY, SHOW. I From the point of vew of the agriculturist the Bir- [mingham Fat Stock ard Poultry Show isa great success, although, financially, the result so far is not so good ias could be wished. Subscribers-only content

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    HOS3SES, QAHIGQ O&CAORSLE?{nt. haad~s~nd, nd romnebHarnemanayd 1 ji-~j.age, li4hands; very Quiet; suit, cbildresn-Moilliett er,~ cs Cuiredhbyilondy's Iii-eeinr ok Ire P2 sheeId, from sore shoolders, sore bacs crackeed - asor brokien knees, cored in a few hour by bathing the Subscribers-only content

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    TiHE . ANARCHISTS ABROAD. THE FRENCH EXECUTIONER THREATENED. FRESH DISCOVERY OF EXPLOSIVES, [Renter's Telqgrasrs.] PARIs, December 23.-Absolute secrecy is still observed as to the magisterial investigation into the circumstances of the bomb' outrage in the Palais Bourbon. Deibler, the Subscribers-only content

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    THE SEVERE WEATHER. HEAVY S'NOWSTORMIS A`ND GALLS. The cold weather which set in on Wednesday was con- tinued jesterdav with increased severity. A biting east wind blew all day, and there wvere occasional !ilit falls ,of snow, but not Subscribers-only content

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