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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BIRMINGHAM CATTLE AND iPOULTRY EXHIBITION. Among the group of observers who attended to witness sa the adjusdications of the judges on Saturday there was e probably not one who failed to make some remark on the 6 weather. Subscribers-only content

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    SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW. necipal - ____ _____ dI of The eighty-fifth annual show of the Smithfield Cattle to tieket. Club opened yesterday in the Agricultural Hall, Islington, so her with the judging. Each year the exhibition assumes in Subscribers-only content

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    SPOItTING INTELLIGENCI,. CHESTER NOTES. Raio fell heavily this afternoon, but there wa.s plenty of racing, aod flalby stood no chance with Pant Jones forthe Queen's Plate, though he beat him on Wednesday. Miy Friday's selections are ;-Gity, GEORGE 055A1,DESTON; Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACING FIXTURES, 1869. MAY. BXoltys ..... 10 West Drayton -Zotylou ........ 19 York .. .1 i llargate .17 Elerts Yeomanry 19 Itoborougah Hunt 11 Stokesley .t7 Wye D.1 Winchester ..... 11 B edditch . 17 Redoar ....... Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. ASCOT HEATH RACES. PROGRAMME FOR THIS DXY (TUESDAY). The TRIAL STAKES of 6 SOve each. with 103 added; two-year- olds Oat lib, three Set 7lb, four Oat Dib, five and upwards lost eSCho6 and other allowancese the Subscribers-only content

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    WATERLOO CUP BETTING, At the ADaLPEI RoIm;, Last Night. INDIVIDUAL COURSES. 8 to I on Bab-at-tbe-Boweter against Albatross, o 2 Cataclysm against Refraction. 2 1 Cavalier against Pedestrian. Even on sBendimere against Lsdy Lyons; at first five to four Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. 119ingbaul paxis l AND JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1877. THlE WEEKLY POST. The Number of SATURDAY NEXT, January 27, will contain- 1.-LOCAL NOTES AND QUEMIES. Edited by "Este." 2.-A NEw NOVEL: "sA Life fore Love." Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIAGE OF CAPTAIN H. DRUJMMOI0- MORAY AND LADY GEORGINA SEYMOUR At St. Peter's Church, Eaton Square, London, on Taes- day, was celebrated the marriage of Captain Henry E Stirling Home Drummond-Moray (Scots Fusilier Guards), younger son of Mr. Cbarle; Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. Advices from Lyons state that snow has fallen rather heavily in the neighbourhood of that city. From official statistical returns it appears that Paris boasts of 92,000 pianofortes in active service. It is stated that Pekin possesses 180 Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. The first female physician in Japan has passed her eexamination and will shortly commence practising in Nagasaki. A Waterloo veteran, in the person of COlnt Dornet- I Vorget, has died (says Dalinel's Paris correspondent) at the age of Subscribers-only content

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    FAT CATTLE SHV1W AT MANCHESTER. The second Manchester and Salford Fat Cattle Show was comnmeaced at the PomIona Girdeas yesterday. The Scottish contingent was well represented. though it is probable the best cattle of the year have been reserved Subscribers-only content

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    CO A1 M E IRU I A I'a [rContinued from the Fourthyagfe.) STOCK AND SHARE XARKET$. (Fitolt LoxWON, Thursday Evening. 78e f ollowing ar0 thje lates -prices :at the.-, principal 1iiUFtricS, &C.-Console 941, to 94& xd for money, Al Subscribers-only content

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    F3GNER&L OiF THE LATE KING VICTOR E9l'MANUEL. (FROM} rTE DAILT NEwS Coanmspo=Nmiy.) Roxn, Thursday Evening.-The funeral pageant from the Quirinal to the Pantheon has been worthy of the: march of-Liberty from Novara to Rome. A grander pro- cession than Subscribers-only content

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    IM ISCELLANEO U S.] T~b ATAM . GORGE CR.UjiKS'ANk.-c r-city Iid. ing to Preseut arraugemdepts, the remains of Mr. Cruik.. been ,sh shank will be buried on Saturday next at.Keusal Green, the., Ia about two o'clock. aid I od Subscribers-only content

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    .- LOCAL AND GENERAL ---- . - I L LEEDS LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.-At 'a meeting of -the" Executive of the Leeds Liberal Association on ,Friday evening, the following gentlemen were added to 'thyseGc, eral Oommittee:-Aldermen Addyman, Galls- "Worthy, and Lupton; Subscribers-only content

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    I LEEDS SMITHFIELD CLUB SHOW. I iAlthough the Leads Smithfield Club has lost about L000 t during the last veight years, it, members are to be"Con- t gratulated upoca their persevering efforts to ensure success, it and it is Subscribers-only content

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    LJTERATUREe NEW BOOKTS AND NEW EDITIONS. SCOTLAND AND SCOTSMEN. |Any one wvho prepares an account of the men and manners of his timeo with t~he view of securing publicity for it, not during lie ownm life, but a century Subscribers-only content

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    COXTMENTAL EXAHANGES, LATVDAYN- JtUTRn's TRLIGT'AM&) PARIS. After a firm opening, the tendency an to-day's Bourse became somewhat weak, in consequence of the decline in Bank shares, and a rumnour that the settlement of the Austrian cicrrencu question had been Subscribers-only content

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    1 I ,I' .- i v dgardig . ;g tr ila l on(1'. hei i ; L reeally no suolh thing in Belfast. The common MOse of the public has guided them rightly, and they were correct in holdng Subscribers-only content

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    COURT AND FA.SHION. THE COURT. * ON Saturday her Majesty, accompanied by Princess Louise, and attended by Lady Churchill, visited * Kildrummy Castle, a ruin of historical interest on s the banks of the Don. Leaving Balmoral Castle cearly Subscribers-only content

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