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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. ' On the 2lth inst. at Shottan, near Shrewsbury, the lady of W. W. Watkins, Esq- of a aon. On S aoday, the wife of Mr Hugh MWComiskey, Downpatrick, tanner, of three sons, who, with the mother, are Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. A POLISH LAY FLOGOGD TO DEATH.-A letter fioem Rika in the Xf agdeboflrg Gazete states that Mdlle, Slanian- onSl, a youmg Polish lady-twenty yeats of age, has just died near Dubbein, in consequence of a flogging with the Subscribers-only content

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    I GENBAL NEWS. [!RUS ASSOCTION TRLR~A&j] TRE COMING SUSON CIRCULAR BY THE GOVERMErN. The following dccu has be Issued to the upporters of the Government in the House of oommou. . :lr,-Th g' 10, Downng Sreet, January 23. frox. Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. Kossuth is writing his autobiography. Japan has disestablished its State religion. The cattle plague has broken out in the Hainault. The nightingale was heard last Sunday at Tunbridge. The Red fag now waves over all the public buildings Subscribers-only content

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    | WHAT THE TORLD SAYS. The aeconchement of Princess Beatrice (Princess Ifenry of Battenberg) is expected to take placs at Wind.sor Castle towards the end of November, prior to which the Court will have removed from Balinoral, Extensive repairs Subscribers-only content

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    BBJ~A ACEHOUE.& NAE1W .TX . IRM GRAM MORir N EVERY RlyQUISITY FORl LADIRS Af~lTRNING. mANTLES, M dItNr.Y. COSTUXES AND DPIS5M.AKJN I'. tNkRtA!.s CONDUCTEID TO MEET THE,1VIS&15 (lb AlA fiLASSES. _______PEMSIS TOLE.LT~~ PROFESSIONAL OFFICES, 49, Temple Row.-- *Five'GciodROOMS, on Ground Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. Etirminqam Race W ~t1 AND JOURNAL. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1892. LOCAL WEVATEB FoREcAsT.-SO tuiRC 4oJt or nodcralc'; fair, coa. Mrs. L.NGTRY was reported to be much better last evening. Mr. (GLADSTONE will give the usual Subscribers-only content

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    FUNERAL OF SIP ANDREW CLARK. SERVICE IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY. A memorial service for the late Sir Andrew Clark, Bart., M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., President of the Royal CoLlege of Physicians, was held at noon on Saturday in Westminster Abbey, in Subscribers-only content

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    r~r A I l1 Mnrteiae 019111r09t a drtdeaaCO 1Ategi be autheitlefOtOia by OW ll,' e aynantue oJ one of' our agents, or by thal of a known corrtC0 001511 fodet 1Annoulteorllhh, of Births are su~bject to a aharlte of Subscribers-only content

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    EIRKET.I SHARE AND PRODUCE DLAUKETrS. A (FROM OUR, OWNt (ORRIISMONThIN LOmDOx, Friday Evening. All The Bank return cortainly indicates an approaching I reduction in the rate of discount, if we may calc ulate P5' the future simply by the Subscribers-only content

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    AnartrIage. ATe0ieoeov-Cmeoo,riu;.-Merch 20th, at Hlelmsley, by thu Rev. Canons Dixon, Mr. Thomas Atkinson, of Messrs. Atkinson and Sons, to Mary, daughter of Wr. Thomasa Chapman, farmner, all of Helnesley, flnor Sirbamooroide. CAhrrnrr.--PENrTLAM.-Muroh Gth, at St. John's church, Port Whitby, Subscribers-only content

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    JLOCAULAND GENERAL. -0- LEEDS, DECEMBER 12, 1868. TEl LEEDS BOROUGH MEMBERS.-Mr. Bfanes, the senior Liberal representative, left Leeds yesterday for the House of Commons. The London address of the Hon. Gentleman will be the Reform Club. Mr. Wheel- house, Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GEN7ERAL. LEEDS, JULY 2, 1870. Tjur B.rno JVESJHU CTUNr DR SN.- e repecI(t to carni that Baboe Ke"Shub ChnIude'r Sea is seriously indisposed, and has been forbidden by his metiscal adviser to appealr in public at all Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. The exteit to which otr spaceJor news ofgomeral inteos | often trenched 4pon by accounts of Club Anniversaries, icpacinq of Loyal and XMdical Examinations, nw,?rs to orAjpeople, and private entertainnntes of irariouv kinds (all ofwhich are Subscribers-only content

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    MR. CHILDERhS, M.P., AND THE WOREING MEN OF PONTEFRACT. Mr. Childers, Mir, in reply to an address, which has appeared in tle Aercircy, Iroml the Pontefract 'Working Men's' Lib.eral Association, congratulating him on his sevceth retnrn to Parliamect for Subscribers-only content

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    Nqrn Y tRK CLO81.N( PRICES. (XtEunn's TnRa9ix S.) NEW Yonx, Weduesday.-Money easy. Cotton firm. Petiolcum ifirm. bLard, corn, andviheat fir-mandaudvano- iog. Flour a uiet. Sugar dull. Coffee steady. Iron dull. Prev. qnotatO, Colt Money Interest U. 0. Govt. Bonds Subscribers-only content

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    THIS MORNING'S NEWS. t TO.DAY'S LONDON PAPERS r . TMEE NILE EXPEDITION. e (DAiLY Onnomi=o TELEGRl.) e ZoBTx, Friday, 6.20 p.m.-The whalers, with the e various infantry detachments, are now coming up it capital style, and their progress under Subscribers-only content

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    GREAT FIRE IN MANCHESTE R. ESTIMATED DAMAGE £200,000. GALLANT RESCUEd BY A FIREMAN. A destructive fire occurred in Manchester yesterday, in tho locality where most of tlO finest warebouses iu the city are situatei. It originated in the sllendid Subscribers-only content

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    01 'DEATH OF AIWR. CUDERS. We annoosnee lwith deep regret the death of Mr. 1 Childers. As our readers are aware, he had for Some days been ill. He took to his bed with a bad cold on P Subscribers-only content

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    OBIT UARY LORD LEIGMTON. Lord Ieigh-ton, President of the Royal Academy, l died at his residence, 2, Holland Park-road, Kensing- ton, last Satu.dawr afterrnoon from heart dr-ses. He was born on Deeersber 3rd, 1230, at Scarborough, where his father Subscribers-only content

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