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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on his 'Way to Amerise. *Dr. McCrig'ol, president of the Glasgow Liberal Assdaia- o tion, and Mr. James Graham, of Auldhouse, oa'e 'f the viee-chairmien, are stated to b~asee tendered 'their resigaai- stion in COnlseqUeriCe of the Six Hundred having Subscribers-only content

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    their votea ,1 it favour of 6ir A. ir Elwinug.-I remain, yours ,SiCerey, (Sfignee) ITARTiNGTON. "To James Grahame, esq., cE Auldhouse, Honaorly 2 Secretary to the WVest of Sctland Branch of the Liberal 1 Utlioiist A ssociat-ou." o THE PREMIER Subscribers-only content

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    a general approval of the Lord Advocate's Bill, but proposed several amendments in the details of the measure. Mr. Graham, Auldhouse (elder), seconded the amend- ment. A long discussion ensued, and on a division the motion of Dr. Pearson was Subscribers-only content

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    the larger clasa of houses fromild to £20 per year is taken off the former rents. Mr. James Graham, of Auldhouse, near Glasgow, hon. secretary of the West of Scotland Liberal As. sociation, has been unanimously elected a member cf Subscribers-only content

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    employment- many of them useless for life. Meeting of Octogenarians.- On the afternoon of Wed- nesday, while Mr. Clark, of Auldhouse, was taking a wall; to the top of Saucel Hill, accompanied by an aged acquaintance, they came up with Subscribers-only content

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    about £12,000 was done on Monday night by a fire at the muslin manufactory of Messrs. Wm. Young and Co., Auldhouse Field, PoUok- shaws. Health without Medicine, Inconvenience, or expense re- stored by Do Barry's Delicious Foon : Revalenta Arabica Subscribers-only content

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    him ofl were Oelonel Mure. M.P., Professor Ram- say, Professor Fraser, of Edinburgh, Mr. Gregson, of Thormebank, and Mr. Graham, Auldhouse, who bad been staying at tbe Oastle. Mr. Ourrer, distriot super- intendent of tbe Caledonian Railway, took oharge of Subscribers-only content

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    OF COMxMONS.- Friday Petitions were presented against Papal aggres- sion, 22 in number, from Wesleyan congregations from Handle}', congregation of Auldhouse, Pol- Incksbaws, Darlington, West Meon, Wesleyans nf Melcombe Regis, Winfrith, Preston, and many other places in Dorsetshire, Wesleyans of Subscribers-only content

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    TFAM to lU* *"•*--■ *-**-***. ***** -__" i iuuo. - S l *~~ ' r „, ,__ Steam Navigation Company*-- magnificent steam- I^inrOV. WILBERFORCE, _n_JAM__TWATT , having *W ?ilj, _abin_. and _____ _!*_----«? fitted and elegantly de- Jttr-t J Subscribers-only content

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    the station, lliese included Colonel Mure, M. P., Professor Ramsay, I*iofesfcor Fraser, Mr. Crum of Thorniebank, and Mr. Giaham of Auldhouse. The Earl and Countess of Airlie kit at r.n early hour for Glamis Castle. On Mr. Glad- stone's arrival Subscribers-only content

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    £M)tppmfl. Beaton 1846. FOR SOUTHAMPTON, PLYNOUTH, DE- VOXPORT, and FALMOUTH. --lus splendid and powerful Steamer BRUNSWICK, THOMAS KISSELL, Com-AHDbr, leaves PORTSMOUTH for SOUTHAMP- £oN, and PLYMOITH, every TUESDAY and FRIDAY, at 2j m . sod SOUTHAMPTON at 4| p. Subscribers-only content

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    AN M.P.'S UNDUTIFUL SON. At the Westminster Police-court, Colonel Fulke South- well Greville-Nngent, M.P. for Longford, accompanied by his solicitor, Mr. Charles John Bloxam, applied to Mr. Self for a warrant against his son, Bobert Southwell Oreville-Nugent, for sending Subscribers-only content

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    FARNBOROUGH, Nov. 26. The Expabbs Eugenie'* New R'Sidenc*.- During the absence of the Empress Eugenic from England, saya the Building and Engineering Times, extensive altera- tions and additions have been made at the mansion whioh the Empress haa purchased Subscribers-only content

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    EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE "THE PEOPLE'S LAND." To the Editor ofthe Hampshire Advertiser. Sir,- A lecture under the above title was delivered here, at Woolston, on the 13th inst (Tuesday night). There were, perhaps, one hundred persons present, and it seemed Subscribers-only content

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    NOTES BY THE WAY. 1 rSPECIAL.I The members of the Southampton Ratepayers Association are bursting with indignation at the idea of a tea-party being held on board the hospital ■hip - City of Adelaide. The committee have en- tertained Subscribers-only content

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    WOOLSTON, Dec. 12 Workmen's Treat. - A pleasant evening was spent on Saturday at the building works of Mr. John Cateley, when the whole of the employes, together with a few of his personal friends, were invited to partake Subscribers-only content

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    NEWPORT, Saturday, Oct. 24. Rifle Shooting. - On Thursday of last week the 2nd Isle of Wight Rifle Volunteers (Newport Company) shot for the prizes given annually by the officers. The first prize (Captain Estcourt's), an embossed silver pint Subscribers-only content

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    J~^ MILLBROOK, Feb. 28. ,- Diocesan Conference.- A vestry meeting wai TH ,hJ Wi-b ckurch yesterday, to elect two laymen ai ftt ___* XP" Millbrook at tbe above conference. Tbe Rev. A. C *""*-•« snd Kural Dean) occupied the Subscribers-only content

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