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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. A society of Libras Pent.eurr has been founded at Havre for the organisation of civil fanerals. The remains of the late Mr. HIepworth Dixon will hoe interred at Highgate Cemetery to-morrow. At Cambridge, on Tuesday, Samuel Vincent &n Subscribers-only content

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    FATAL BOATED ACCGDEE - - TEN LIVES LOST. Two hoating accidents, involving the loss of nine liven occurred olF Great Yarnouti yesterday, both being in. connection with sailing pleasure boats. The first occurred at about noon, It appears that Subscribers-only content

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    I THE ROUND-TABLE CONFERENCE I rLETTERS FROM LORD HARTINGTOIN AND sIVt. HA1IOOURT, 4Lord Hlarlingtors has writtenl the following letter to Mr. Ashley, supporting his candidature for the 1BtidgcntenI Division of Glasgow "Devonsiffre House, Piccadilly, 28th July, 1887. "lly dear Subscribers-only content

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    A SMOOTH-WATER CRUISE. A Holiday ou the Norfolk Broads., II. H To take advantage of the ebb tide across Breydon Water, we left Oulton Broad at half-past seven a the following morning to return to Yarmouth, by t way Subscribers-only content

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    LITERARY AND ART GOSSIP. l l The sixth vohlme of "Chambers's Encyclopaedia" wtill be readv in a few weeks. M:r. Austin Fryers has sent to press with Messrs. Swan Sonnenschein and Co. a novel entitled "A New Lady Audley." Subscribers-only content

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    Reports of the Commissioners for 1845-6., 1846

    36 Secon d Report of the peded, and thus Yarmouth has been deprived of a great portion of the benefit, of that back-water, the action of which, it is gene¬ rally admitted, would still further have improved both the Subscribers-only content

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