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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.-riTesdq', Feb, 24. BANKRUPTCIES ANN VLLED.-R. Pitman, Park lane, Piccadilly, saddler. 1. Solomon &- B. Aaron, Bristol, woollen drapers. IS BANKzRUIPTS. 3. Goeulden Elope st. Hackney road, carpenter. [Norton, New st. Bisbopsgate 6t. W. Mitchek, Strand, Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tvesday, Decemner 20. War Office, Pallmall, December 20.-6th Regiment of Dragoon Guards Surg D S Solith, from the Staff, to be Surg, vice Moline, who exchanges-7th Light Dragoons: Capt A E Wilkinris", from the 9th Subscribers-only content

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    yaboff 6aelte. BANKRUPTS. (frnot FacdES lifsthl Gazetc.) CHRLpEs HExsY JEOLEY, OUndle, NorthamptonsI]re, timber merchant,' to surrenUer February 3 at 11, and March 3 at 1, at Bankrupts' Court. S0ol., Harrison and Lewis, Old Jewry, and Deacon andTaylor, Peteroorouglh off. Subscribers-only content

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    TRINITY ORDLNATIONS, LICHEIELD. Yesterday morning, the Hon. Augustus Legge, D.D.. the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, held an ordination ser- vice at Lichield Cathedral. the sermon being delivered bv the Rev. 1H. 1. Thompscn, vicar of S'L M-ary's, Oxford, Subscribers-only content

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    0, I JI' I In (I,. ib 4>,: (;ic:c q; II l o:cI.1n to 4 tie FPc *t alil jo) t1he FSc orcd Four C,ilcnea to '11l*' ' f' it iccors or) F' ive -if eliv yS t, thyhie Subscribers-only content

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    SUPERFINE IVEST OF ENGT.AND CLOTUr-S ANA'D CASS.ME1E'7,S,, OlIN LEES, Corner of the 111 hot 9i Place, HUDDEIRSFTELD, having fittcI' ttlSsi ,,dditional Shop. in which he has tleosi5fited a New Stock ofthe above Articlks, Nvth Otiler Woollen Gools, begsleave to Subscribers-only content

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    MEANW% VOOD ACAD EII 1Y. F~rT; AAiIEal Y is cois nMletes upoL n the 'j mOSr amieroved Systern, whichJ emnbraces tltc di veiaified Ira-liiications that are reqtsisite fior the c h . iseral Studenlt, th~e most utetul Branlchles or Subscribers-only content

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    TArtK HILL HOUSE, Hear CLECKHEA- I-)iy)r.-CLASSICAL, MTATHEM)ATICAL, aud COMIMER. ~ACAD RMNy, -conducted by Sir. B. FIRT H, and tible 1,i-mull lenibraces this oppr,.-conit to i3iforni the iaba% 1~I~of ClJeckheaton, Goinereri, h111.I1idlclje, Littletowin, id I .IIt jwn w ith vIt Subscribers-only content

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    'VORK CASTLE.-In Pursuance of' a Fre- IL , eptsignd brTwo f his bisiesety', Jjutices of Weo P"Atie for te Wet-RillII Ing of the Countitif York, 1, DAY ID) FRI RUS.SELL, Clerk to the General Gael Scsin.Aou for tile Sold Subscribers-only content

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    e On Thursday last, at Barwick.in-Elhnet, the lady of the Rev. t W. HI. Bathuest, of a daughter. I. o On Thuraday, at Tottenham church, nicnr Latidon, Ernst a Wolff, Esq. to di ss B. P. Schwabe, daughter of Subscribers-only content

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    At the Commtfercial liu~lll ing, In L eia, on Alondiiy, the ?Id'rleai, l Da II of Asgllt 14llvil at T"'wcve o'iuck lit Nooin precisely, sliW Ct, thn AA-IElt CORN IMILL, Dwielling-House, Four solt Dan, Stable, and otiet utbuld-Ings. anA Subscribers-only content

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    lIUNSI 'ET.-On WEITNi~N~SD , thle 26th Julie I iritant, at ilr. Jolly Harrsolthe Ilishop Itigize Inin, Ilinislet, near Leedit, precisely fit Seven o'Clock ill thle Eveifing, iii Onte Lot or more, and subject to such-CoiiditlODAS as hall be thenr Subscribers-only content

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    POLLING PLACES IN THlE WEST-RICING OF THE COUNTY OF X'HK, AS SrTTiO!D by .Statute 2 apid 3Witillaias IV. Cap. 64, Ser. 291, SrliinethX. WAK EFI ELD, H1A1.I FA X, SETILE, SHEFFIELD, BiRADFORD, I6NARESBRO GH, DlONCASTER4, 13ARiNSLEIN, SK6IPTON, SNAriTH, LEEDS, Subscribers-only content

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    FIRST PUBLICATION OF THE GAME LISTS. COUNTY OF YORK. PERSONS who have obtained GAME CERTIFI- ILC ECATS for the Year 1 137. L ist (1) GEYERAL CERTIFICATES, at £3 13°. W. echc. Almack John. Leekonfeld B roadrick G., Hamp Subscribers-only content

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    MtIR. JOH i[N HE PP E, [J GENERAL AGENT, AUCTIONEER, AND APPRAISER, OFF AS great Pleasure in announcing that the extensive ALTERATIONS IN, and ADDITIONS TO, H gr the Premises, for many Years known as THE COMMERCIAL SALE ROOiUS, Subscribers-only content

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    he 311,. on Sunday, at 261, Brook-street, London, the lady of A. Speirs, Esq. M.P., of a daughter., * Ia At Sutton Hall, near Thirak, the lady or the Rer. Charles Johnstone, of a daughter. Ia1ricT. th On Thursday, Subscribers-only content

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    OROUGH OF L E E D S.-MUNICIPAL REVISION. i[Jg} (hereby given, that JAMeS HotDFOrTst, Esquire, ticEfthe Borough of ~Leeds, in the Courty of York, toge. ith jOHWI Hopa S wAW and EDWARD BoND, both of Leeds clitr'KdSolicitors, the Revising Subscribers-only content

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    Y aitrtbo. On the 3d inst. the lady of Joshua Ingham, Esq. of Blake ilall, of a daughter. D At Hlursorth House, Durham, the lady of B. Holme Wiggln, e. Esq. of a daughter. onl Thuriday, at St. Martin-curn-Gregory, Subscribers-only content

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    EST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE.- r~ AEFIELD ADJOURNED SESSIONS. lvclve,"r3thlatte, MIDSUMMER GENERAL Y\lCg~lehcrYth " d'FtggsSIONs of the Peace, for the West-Ridlng of the ,CAR f -rWell be held by Adjournment In the Corn. ma S , at the House of Subscribers-only content

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    FREgioES TATE ATf HOiNSLIET.-~At the Green Mail B, ~nn In ~ n thePar ih of Lt!,d,, on Tliecdal, the Qiih 1?"ay of Julie isfant, ait Six c'i',i in Ithe Evening, 'Subject to CidictilOni to be then Pod theore Ptducej Subscribers-only content

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