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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ /, , I I a .: ;:; ?74?/?j _ - ; - I r ~-N'- - I , 57?1?1 I&V I 12, W-V , 51 .1, ,; - Uilw - I- Randall,;'-"", HAIL TO THE DERBY ERA, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T'y N('NJ.-:nSS CA TI{TH R-N respetly .etI7.IIsu-. Iri,,iIlt' 0 !1 te Pbic tl .te 01,ltI t 1 ye 1ct.ml It, ClIle-~t 72_7,ct, Io~ib rfl...VaVticubire oI baft 1~T WS fr tc MU 'I'1'1'I)E,.On SATURDAY, J. thi7t,, h, tth ptib-ltd NO. Subscribers-only content

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    T IE, CHINESE COLLECTION REMOVEDVE _L from KYEtAI.OtE~.Msr.HEWETT and Co. L. the purchasers of the great Chittese Collec ion, have just impare The thou'ands of beautiful CHINESE ARTICLES, consisting of fans evel card-cases, screens, tea caddies, work and coffee Subscribers-only content

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    LECTRO-BIOLOGY, or ELECTRICAL , 'PSYCHOLOGY, Practical Applicatien of the Doetrine of Im- I e pressions, in the Treatment of every Variety of Chronic Disease not ea involving Organic Lesion.-Dr. DARLING may be consulted daily, between the houre of 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GCOD and CHEAP TEAS.-ARRIVAL of thehos G ~ NEW CROP.busini Strong Black Tea............ 3e. od. per lb., or 6 The, for l7s. 6d. Good Strong Conogu....... 3s d. per lb., or 6 lbs. for 20s. 6d. Pieko Sooc.hoeg (very Subscribers-only content

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    Blackbourn Highway Board. A meeting of this Board vvas held on Friday last, at the Police-station, Ixworth, present- Mr. Manfield (in the chair). Messrs. W. N. King (Barton), J. Foy-ter (Ruston), T. J. King (Fornham St. Genovieve), Walton Burrell Subscribers-only content

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    S.S&SBHQ3J)& BSTATIL rTO BE PEREMPTORILY SOLD BY J. AUCTION, for Lie re.mainder.of a Term or' 93 Ye »rs, now deriniuabie on the^deaths of t'.ree good bedthv aud a»surahle lives, aged r-sp-.'ctirelv t>3, 61, and oii years,, all -that OVERLAND Subscribers-only content

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    Plymouth Dock-YaA, 28th Jufy, 1823. j PERSONS willing to/supply and deliver into Plymouth Dock-Yard, *be re- quisite quantity (as may be from time to time required) of WROUGHT GRANnSB* ASHLER AND COPING, AND ___I___*__^ ' WROUGHT LERffiSTOHf?, For completing Subscribers-only content

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    ARMY AND NAVY. The Force ih China.- A week or two since we stated tbat tbe force in China was about to be reduced to two regiments, and we ventured to point out the imprudence of the reduction in Subscribers-only content

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    Heavy Floods in Truro In the early hours of Monday morning a heavy rain storm burst over Truro and district, doing great damage to property. Rain fell heavily throughout Sunday evening, and about one o'clock on Monday m orning Subscribers-only content

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    ®fa gfyujs of tty To Correspondents.- "J.T."- Tour suggestion fhall have a place next week.-" J.W." Yours received too late for this week. Horse and Pony Races take place at Falmouth a.ecreation-ground on October stb. Particulars appear in an Subscribers-only content

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    COBNISB CHRONOLOGY, POR 1847. Law Cqcrts. Lent Assises, March 25-Mr. Justice Cresswell and Mr. J an t ice WilliaON. ** Lammto Assise*, July 28-Lord Chief Justice Wilde, and Mr. Justice Williams. County Inaaioni:-Epiphany, January 5; Easter, April 8; Midkomm. Subscribers-only content

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    »" ■ &OCAZ. XKTBZ.Z.XG£IiC]B. eveniSg, the Queen gave a State Ball at Wttlßghain Palace, to a most brilliant Court, the iavita- *ra^-? eto * 2lo °- The Qaeeh wore a blonde drew ,o-er. White silk, with, coloured flowers of Subscribers-only content

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    CORNWALL RAILWAY. MEETING AT TRURO. On Tuesday evening, a meeting consisting of the bankers, merchants, and tradesmen of Truro, was held at the Town Hall to meet the Honorary Secretary to the Cornwall Railway Committee. The attendance was good Subscribers-only content

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    COEMWALL KXCBAELKAS SESSIONS. (Continued from our last number). Thursday, October 18. Sir Samuel Thomas S_ rt, appellant. Henry Caddt, surveyor of highways in the parish ©f St. Clement, respondent. Mr. Btokes and Mr. Shilson for appellant ; Mr. Hockin Subscribers-only content

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    fSirtjjs, damages, au& §ratlis. BIRTHS. Aye Redruth, the wife of Mr. Thomas Aver, of a daughter. Beringer - At Redruth, the wife of Mr. Fidelia Beringer, jeweller, of a daughter. Dawe - At Redruth, the wife of Mr. J. Subscribers-only content

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    CORNWALL. j mi - -s^^ i -+- The wiU of the late Sir Frederiok Martin WUliams, Bart., of Goonvrea, Perranarworthal, and Heanton Court,' North Devon, M.P. for Truro, who died on the 3rd of September hist, was proved on Subscribers-only content

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    Sporting Intelligent ; » Cub-hunting has commenced, and such coverts as have been tried (between the Land s taid and the Godolpbin HUla) promise considerable sport. At Godolphm, out of li brace, tbe hounds killed one, unfortunately ; and. Subscribers-only content

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    CORNWALL. ♦ (Continued from our 6th page). NEWQUAY LOCAL BOARD. During the past eighteen months numerous letters, paragraphs, and articles have appeared in these columns concerning the administration of public affairs at Newquay, and the action brought against the Subscribers-only content

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    €$t l&ossl eanttosll ©aiette I X POSTED TO ANT ADDRESS IH GREAT BRITAIN AT In advance. To account. ter Quarter - la. Bd St. od. Per Half-year .... Bs. 6d. ... 4«.0d. Per Annum 7s. Od Bs. Od Most Subscribers-only content

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