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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRICKET. I MATCHES TO COME. .-.-, at Lord's-The M.C.C. agst the Gentlemen of Rugby School. Monday, June 30th, at Lord's-The Gentlemen of Kent against the Gentlemen of Englarnd. Monday, July 3rd, at Brighton-Kent against Sussex. Monday, July 7th, at Subscribers-only content

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    COUNTRY MARKETS. (Por London Reports sea next page.) __7_7__ Xl _ V _ 1& MARKET, Wednesday, May 28* market Zll._ _.).' Bnpp,y of Btore bullocks and aheap at __ _ BOMBER 0» STOcK AT MARKET FatNeatStock^l; Store ditto, ZSHfeW, Subscribers-only content

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    tAW INTELLIGENCE. Phipps t. Parker.- The Attorney-General stated that this was an action to recover a com- pensation from the defendant for falsely imput- ing an act to the plaintiff, which, if true, would re__atre the -forfeit of tvs Subscribers-only content

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    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. According to the Guardian, the consecration of the Rev. W. Vi. Jones to the Bishopric of Capetown will take' place in Westminster Abbey on Sunday, May 17. The Very Rev. Dr. Peel, brother of the iate Sir Subscribers-only content

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    BURY, FEBRUARY 22. M3T Announcements of Births, or of Marriages and Deaths. with intimation that other notification to Friends will not be given, are charged as Advbrtiseuems. MARRIED. On the 18th Jan., at Khundwha, Central Provinces, India, F. K. Subscribers-only content

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    BANKRUPTS. Tuesday Pihnan 9* None announced in this district. ' Total number in Gazette- l%. BANKRUPTS, Friday, March 3. Chapman Abel Richard. Heigham, builder, March 16 Haytliorp'j Frederick. Ramsey, builder, March 18 Nigbtingilt Thomas, Leytonstone, carman, March 21, at Subscribers-only content

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    LIBEL BY DB. KENEALY. Mr. Besley, after the business of the Guildhall Police Court wos over yesterday, attended before Sir Benjamin 8. Phillips, accompanied by Mr. George Potter, to ask for a summons against Dr. Keneoly, for printing and Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATH& BIRTHS. Arobwt- On the Ist inst. at Rhyl, the wife of Mr. Wm. Anient, a, or a daughter. Fal(»w- On the 26th ult. at Forest Hey. Sandiway, Cheshire the r* of Charles Falcon, Esq., of Subscribers-only content

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    the I Essex Parliamentary Revision. THE HARWICH DIVISION. Wyvenhoe- Friday. Tbe lists for the following parishes were revised at the National School-Room, Wyvenhoe, on Friday, Oct 8, by Mr. Octaviah Baxter C aukron Harrison, the Revising Barrister :- Alresford, Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. In attempting to descend a well at the Queen Caroline Ine Nottingham, on Thursday, Robert Lee a moulder, slipped from the rope &ud falling head fore- most to the botton, was killed. On Thursday, Alexander Subscribers-only content

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    STATE OF THE COUNTRY. Canterbury, Sunday.- Thin morning, about 3 n clock, an alarm of fire was again given in ibis city. It appears that a clover stack standing in a field in •» e _P Br, * , Subscribers-only content

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    **"""~ .VTRY CLERGY, FREEHOLDERS, AND Till VvrTORS OK THE NORTHERN DIVISION OP V-S^OSSHIKK 'ic^atli of Lord Vitcount Milton having THt °, .VACANCY in the REPRESENTATION of this * ; "__i_ier th»' 1 'hou'd be wauling in gratitude and respect Subscribers-only content

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    -r^DIFBURGH »nd NEWCABTLE. hi Tha GENttAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S , „ i steam-duos Leave London and Continental Wharf, £ Si X bower East amithfteld, as under :- nitt»mwm. -Evary Wednesday and Saturday. May »- Tw. to at noan Fares: Subscribers-only content

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    I^DIN'BCRGH *ud NEWCASTLE. ( i The* GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S , i, i steam-ships Leave London and Continental Wharf, gpieL.i i« wvT £agt gnjjthfleld, as under :- ~ J cV EH VKtRGH.- Every Wednesday and Saturday. June . -as- Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHOLERA. [rkutbr's telegrams.] PRETORIA, AC-_'-.r 27. The Transvaal sanitary authorities have declare" Natal infected, and have forbidden the importation of all goods, letters alone being admitted, and the" only after fumigation. MADRID, ACGI'ST Zf. Eight cases and four Subscribers-only content

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    DRINKING WATER.- Pure water is the chief factor in producing the highest standard of health. Purify your domestic supply by the LONDON acd GENERAL WATER PURI- FYING COMPANY'S (Limited) automatic method.- Write forpar- tiriilars 10 the Secretary, 157. Strand, Subscribers-only content

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    SHIP NEfVS. (Reuters Telegrams.) QUEENSTOWN, Thubsday. The National Steam-ship Company's steamer England arrived to-day from Liverpool, and having embarked passengers proceeded immediately for Now York. All well. The National Steanj-ship Company's steamer Pennsyl- vania arrived from New York off Subscribers-only content

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    ~^^f^T and NEWCASTLE. FMHM' 1 X "tf.OI N A V lO ATION COMPANY 'S j ri_ i'i- vtl, ,'.,„ London and continental Wharf, . . K«»'"*'"S i 4iUthfleld, as under :- -_•,_:<;. !-'*' r :?, r'ven Wednesday and Saturday. Subscribers-only content

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    PARIS in 10* hours, BRUSSELS in 10 hours, „ ,- .H-N'E in IC hours, tho OVERLAND ROUTE to INBIA a _> • ■____. r via Brindisi, by the short sea route, vi& Dover a -_.i-ii» of 'the LONDON, CHATHAM, Subscribers-only content

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    _^"7Ti\j;URGH and NEWCASTLE. X The GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S •*"^ „i -;u_iin-__hips Leave Londou and Continental Wharf, *r |,J 'iZ I owet Kast Smithfield, as uuder :- * 2 •' t-hINI'.I 'IVHI -tvery Wednesday and Satnrday. April 1 ', Subscribers-only content

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