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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY -EXAMINR. FASHIONABLE NOVELS. - Without quite concurring in the following stri uaresw*hk;seeim to us to require exceptions andd qualifications, we think ti i re is enough of truth in them to entitle them to attention:- TO THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CONCERTS. MR HENRY LESLIE'S CHOIR. Mr Henry Leslie may be congratulated on the success of his opening concert, which attracted a large audience to St. James's Hall on Thursday evening. It is now fifteen years since Mr Leslie founded Subscribers-only content

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    I WESLEYAN THANKSGVTG MOTEMENT.,' The Wesleyan Thanksgiving Fund report has now been 0 published, and it appears that since the commencement of the movement in 1878 there has been raised in connection with it £6297,518. This is larger than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE WESLEYAN COMTERENCE. The Conference reassembled at Sheffield yesterday. -The Rev. Charles Garrett brought forward a proposal that the Conference should send to the Government its hearty congratulations On the bringing in of a Sunday- closing Bill for Ireland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :: " - THURSDAY \MAY 26, 1851. NEWS OF THE DAY. WITH the accession of the youthful KaIe of NALrEs to the throne, England and France have resolved upon re ewiing diplomatic relations with that country. The obstinacy of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. THE ROYAL CHARTER.-A further amount of treasure was recovered from the wreck of the Royal Charter on Saturday, Viz., about £5,000., comprising nine bars or ingots and sovereigns. On Sunday one bar or ingot, 21,1b. dust, 410 sovereigns, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE REV. J. MARTINEAU AND THE MANCHESTER NEW COLLEGE. A few days ago we quoted a paragraph to the effect that an attempt would probably be made to remove Mr. Mar- tineau from his professorship, on the ground of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .'Oi " misabam mailg loot, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1862. NEWSI OF THE DAY. As a matter of course, some time must elapse before a successor is appointed to the late Arch- bishop of CANTIERBURY. At the same time ru- Subscribers-only content

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    IPOTTERIES JUNCTION RAILWAY BILL, CLOSE OF THE ENQUIRY. (From orsrnjepOrew.) Yesterday the committee of the Rouse of Lords, of wb ich Lord Romney is the chairman, re-assembled in Com- mittee RIoom 0, to receive the clauses which the opposi- Subscribers-only content

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    ebApi T . d. NirW S. SrY VlslL1oU'R5O ArS t~vrN .4ArtilAl 'r kL RaP.4,F fyThiE;90T!10 1F3lL EbL)I~kt, -'.Ah bvmlux 7fS~'SUS 1FL)NG,7E, ,(In1,UEVS 2TFf,90RA.rS.) rITvE AMERI(CA N WAR. PO;SITION OFJR0SESNCR1XZ AND ,U3IOTURED F1EDERALx DISASTERS IN TENNESSEE. THlE RUSSIAN FLEB T Subscribers-only content

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    public muotmetnt%, THEATRE ROYAL, BIEMGHNba 11 I S EVENING (Saturday), Juie 11, the Performance wiU commence with THE COLLIEN B&WKN. To conclude with THIRTY YEARS OF A GAIIBDLIVS LIML raer Boxes, 5S. and 26.; Upper Boise , *.; Pik, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - .eNGHA CTRIENNIAL MUSICAI SIn OF THE YVlfD OF THU 6ENEZRAL HOSPITAL. TWENTY-BRGaTH CELEBRATION. , fTe eh, 71h, 8Wh, ansi 9th Seplember nzext, -under the Special Patronage of C in AJE;7Y the QUEEN. I0 N II ijghness the PEC Subscribers-only content

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    TUATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. Lessee: IMa. M. H. SrMPSoN, iun. *4xaer the Management of Mr. James Guiver froxlthe Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. IMMENSE SUCCESS OF THE D R TJ R Y L A N E C O M P A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM, Leoaeo: Mke. hl. IOBLMPHON, jun. Under tho Management of Mr. Janes CGuiver, fromvthoTheatroRoyla, Drury Lane. IMMENSE SUCCFSH OF THE N I W D It A Ml A, AND TIlF p JR pL A N1: IQ M Subscribers-only content

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    OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS. LISTS OF THE' SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. The lists of the candidates who psasseod at the Oxford Local Examination;, which commenced at the various centres on the 29th of May, were issued yesterday, The total number of candidates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRbIING HAM FIRE OFFICE, NOW UNrTED WITH THE LANCASHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL £2,0OC00,0. FIRE DBtDARTMENT.-IIanuraces are granted against loss by re'on nearly every deseription of Property, bothathome and abroad, n the moost moderate terms. LIFE DEPARTMENT.-The ratea of premium Subscribers-only content

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    PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT. IrRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGR.01S.] 310 USE QOF L ORDS. Their Lordships met at five o'clock. OUR RELATIONS WITH AMRRICA. Lord REDEBDALz asked the question whether the United States could, according to the principles of inter. national law, Subscribers-only content

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    WESLEYAX CONF.EENCE AT WESL MANC~IESTER,~ (Frgese onr Jisci R~poerfcl. T'ht division of ckiults and appltrtions for addlleondl 4ninitleor were Mgain connideredl end completed on strsday aftersoen, All such pOpositions are Initiated In the qarterly meotinse of thle circuit; they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AIT- A~1 MNU AOqU * S ;r7EX 10? 0wyTUR-~ li :: - S 0; t~al~r~lX -X9 Reoral 6'hatj : . "a t .llowiisg D ePate t o ve eatd durin the wi k ZJohn Dowuesj 3iHndsworth. improvemebts Ist~tonrMT e Subscribers-only content

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    TRADESMEN'S AldJESSES. Ia. J. NICOLL, F MERCHANT CLOTHIER AND OUTFITTER, 114 to 120, BEGENT STBEET. AND 22, CORBIHJLL, LONDON - BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS AT BIRMINGHAld 16 MANCHESTER. AND LIVERPOOL. N1 l Toa~s, l unji pdin6 8t}IA iora ftbeurgilid Showver-D. proof Subscribers-only content

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