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    The Bowder Stone, Borrowdale; rocks scattered over heathery slopes in foreground, wooded hills in distance, huge rock in centre, resting on other smaller rocks, figures standing beneath itGraphit..., 1810

    The Bowder Stone, Borrowdale; rocks scattered over heathery slopes in foreground, wooded hills in distance, huge rock in centre, resting on other smaller rocks, figures standing beneath itGraphite with watercolour British Museum Images

    Bowder Stone., 1822

    Bowder Stone. DRAFT. The Bowder Stone, Cumbria (then Cumberland), with trees growing on top and two figures in the foreground. 1822Aquatint, printed in colour British Museum Images

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    THE BIRMINGH.AM.AND'MIDLAND | :IN8TITUTl CO$V2RSAZION1E. . L Lost night the annual ionversazione of the Birming ham and Midland Institule was opened in the Town Hall a nd the Institute building, these being connected, as in former years, by a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    - isWTI'T E-NGLAN'D. V.-COUNC1LUDING PAPER. (BY -L _x OF A AEAZ SOIL.: . -cre a sorare to d:aw r, efar to ord trwvrta's; 1-:'i isl. natio tio on ne: r. a-Id 'bce tb-are-f.,t4Cr 12 1 t-' nus r*al,rssaz~ C Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WHERE SHALL WE GO AT EASTER ? A SELECTION OF PLEASURE PLACES. Unless the weather be severe we shall find the trees trying on their new suits at Easter. Vegeta- tion will be bidding spring welcome; the birds will Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    BLACKBURN CHOIR PICNICS. Several of the local choirs paid a visit to Kes- wick on Thursday for their annual excursions, being favoured with splendid weather. A couple cf special trains, consisting chiefly of saloons, were despatched to the Lakes Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    WHERE SHALL WE SPEND THE HOLIDAYS? WHAT TO SEE, HOW TO SEE IT, AIH) WHAT IT COSTS. « By W. H. Khowlba. Once more the annual holidays are at hand, and the question: "Where shall we go?" is on Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE BRADFORD ART SOCIETY. FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION. "Art is long and time is fleeting,'' says the poet, and certainly there is much in the history of the Bradford Art Society to favour the poet a idea. When artistic instincts Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    "Horrible Pacha," as the British tars con- temptuously term him, is still a thorn in our side in Egypt. Encamped a few miles beyond the smouldering ruins of Alexandria he dominates the country round, and does as much mischief Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PORT ERIN __ PORT ST. MARY. Extensive building operations are being -.arri.il on in Port St Mary. The Cliff Hotel is making rapid progress under Mr G reason and his men, and a number of lodging-houses are nearly com- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LAKE DISTRICT OF ENGLAND {From the New York Christian Intelligencer, Ax,,,, 12, 1875 m BY THE REV. g. P. ROGERS, D.D- The more I see of the Lake District of England _ more I am struck withits beauty, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    yrobutciai lictos. Festival or ths Thbee Choibs. - Tbe forthcoming meeting at Worcester will be on the sth, 6tb, 7th, and Bth instant. The rehearsal takes place on the 4th-Mon- day next. The other day, a large stone was Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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