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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. The Lady of Lieut.-Col. Walton, of a daughter. On Monday, the 50th ult., at Lernard-place, St. John's Wood, the Lady of Capt. John Luard, of a daughter. In Stratton-st., on the 30th ult., the Lady of Lieut.-Col. Sir Subscribers-only content

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    STATE AND CHURCH. THE COVuRT.-The Queen and the Prince Consort, accompanied by the Prince of Wales and the other members of the royal family, left Osborne on Tuesday for Buckingham Palace. Her Majesty held a levee on Wednesday, and Subscribers-only content

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    3Di fit a r _D. THE DuEe or SUTHERLAND, E.G., died on Thursday at Trentham, in the seventy-fifth year of his age. He had been ill for some time previously. The late Dake married in 1823 Lady Harriet Howard, Subscribers-only content

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    it, Out allb (Mcial The Qoecn drove out on 8unday morning, and again in the afternoon, attended by Lady Chuirchill. Prince Alfred arrived f rom Alverbank. Major-General the Hon. C. Grey and Capt. the Hon. J. Denmnan had the Subscribers-only content

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    ,ftatig. THE ROYAL CAILEDONIAN HUNT, AND KELSO MEETING. YESTERDAY. BORDER HANDICAP. Simpleton.......1................. 1 Awfitl ..2 Dtneany ... , 3 - ~~~~Seven ran. CALEDONIAN C(UP. Dacrow .........................1.... 1 Broadlands . . 2 Pretty Boy ............ ,. ,. 3 Six ran. Subscribers-only content

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    'Natilig ?Atdligma- NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING, 1858. YESTERDAY, Surooaepreo-4 HANDICAr PL.FiTe of £50., for three-year-olds and upwarde. D.I. Subscribers 1 sov., and non-subscrhbers 3 sovs. entrance. [7 subs.] Mr. S. Williaims'is Malacca, 5 yrs., Sot. 71b. . . (Fordleam) 1 Subscribers-only content

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    5porting NEWMARKET HOUGHTON MEETING, 1858. This meeting commenced on Monday last, October 25th. Very little betting took place at the Subscription Rooms in the morning, owing to the early hour fixed for the racing to begin. The only horses Subscribers-only content

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    rpORT]NG INTELLIGENCE. S 2WMARKET HOYGHTON MEETING., Y99THEDAY. SU lssonirTIOX JIANDIOAP PLATZ Of 50 eore,, for thre-yeam. olds and upward. D. Mr. Baxort'n RoIer, 4 yri, o toi. .. h, tid., 16 Mer. Bryan's Stanton, 3 yn st. 821 b Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. YE73TERDAY. . A EANDICAP PLATE of 30 sors, for tbree-year-olds and up. wards. JiM. Mr. T. Hughes's MissEmma, 6 yrs, 8st Sib.. H.oughes I Lord Stamlord's SevolvOr, 3 yrs, 7st 51b .... Edwards Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTZMGI~ NEWMARKET FIRST SElUNaO'WBU YESTE.BD'AY. ieya-ls ot A S FEEIsraxsce of 50 BOve each, for t eyao~ ot Mr. Savie's Privateer,8sat lSIb1 (b......... WU Mr. Cartwilght's Yoca, Sat Bib........ Setting S to Son Privateer, Won'by eight leaitllS A Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTMLLIGENCE. NEWMARRET HOUG]rON MEETING. YESTER.DAY. A SWBErsTAxEs of too sBva each, for four-yeir-olds: colts 8St leib, fSies 8st Glb; the second to save his stake. B.C. 7 oubsa Mr. Greville's Ossian ..................H . GrimshaW 1 str. Halges's The Subscribers-only content

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    PROGRAMME FOR THIS DAY (FRIDAY). A PLATE of 100 sova (Handicap), for throo-year old3 and up- wards. Ab MX. ago st lb aga st lb Otreger . 4 S 13 Troubadour 4 0 12 13readalbane . 4 S 10 Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS, The death is announced of M. Aehille, Martinet, the emi- nont Freneh engraver, A lady, Tesiding near Sheffield, died the other day. One relative survived her, an only sister. T4o lady has left 4,OO0OO., and of this great Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. In the Houso of Lords yesterday the Royal nssent was given to thirty-three public and private Acts of Parliament, and a number of bills were advanced a staco. Earl BHA.Uc1LMsP called atten- tion to the Subscribers-only content

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    KEMPTON 'ARK ME ETING. PROGRlAMME F7OR THiis DAY. The SuNeeanur MAIDEN IlUDLE 1'AUE PLATE of 100 sOvS; threes-eareblds lost 121b, four 12st, live, six, and aged 12st bib. Field Glasr, 3 yre Olio, yres Vanity, 3 yrs Royal Salute, Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING IN'LT'ELLIGE NCE. is ~~RACING NOTES. a aI 'fTs rain whilch fell tiuring the(, early part of thle morning for- 8S e intealiyceianredsilta~cf ttlo[races oosntyleiseod, ansi, although 0 tilea~ti'loonWAS vi an rahuvopprenatre, tl,,?iwas01 not yl much to tremble at Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. piACING NOTES AND ANTICIPATVIONS. To the Ensioa of the DAILY POST. Sir,-FeIllowevs of the turf were well catered for dunrig 0 tbe week that has passed away, for at the " cannie itown" 1i of Newcastle ill Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. if ~~RACING NOTES. 3eJudging by the number of horses that have already arrived at rNottinghami the Sport provided on Sherwood Forest during the j.next two days pronisces to be fully up to the average. The course tIs Subscribers-only content

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    !SPORTING INTELLIGFNCE. ENTRIES FOR FOUR OAKS PARK STEEPLE- A~ CHASESA A1'ND HURDLE RACES. FOROAKSe IfTIONAt, HAleDrOAP HURIDLe RAIIA -Velledab S 6 yrn, Henry George 6 yrs, Lady Charlie- 6 yes, Turco aged1 Roesrera 6 yrs, Air. l'lolwick 4 yrs, Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. CARMAR'rHPN RLACES.-YESTERDAY. Tha CAN nTAea HUNT'Rssa STEEPLECHASE. Newbrook ..........1... ...............3... :Four ran 1 TH IAIMFOReW.IM, H1UssTEe. T h e eae ar....... Charlie . ........2 ilongster .................... 3 Eleven rain. *..TnE GOoceAawAy HuVTRMsces HUsRDLEPs.AT& Lady Lasn.............I... lNausston,... .........2 Subscribers-only content

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