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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE NEW MINISTRY. Friday having been fixed by her Majesty for the reception of the new Premier ant his colleague, the Earl of Clarendon, the Queen, as announced, held a Privy Council, at one o'clock, at Windsor Castle. As Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ISHAFTESBURY AVENUE MURDER. STARTLING DEVELOPMENTS.: The Press Association says the developments in the Shaftesbury Avenue murder case, since the arrest of the Kazulars on Sunday, have taken an extraordinary turn, and the missing man Sohbnerfeld is being actively sought Subscribers-only content

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    GOSSIP FROM THE "WORLD-" The Queen intends to spend her birthday at Balmnoral, and a notitiation has been received at the Castle that Her Majesty will arrive there on Thursday, May 22nd. The Queen will stay at Balmoral until Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELL.ANEOIS, The Duke and Duchess of Somerset left the Admiralty on Slturday evening for Bulstrode Park, The Duke of Devonshire and Lady Louisa Cavensdish and' the guests at Bolton Abbey separate about the middle of the week, when his Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. Mr. Herbert Gladstone, III.P., is expeeted to open the new Mecbanlics' institution at Puthey On Wednesday next. Tnn LATE AMR. JNXyiNxs, OF LEEDS.-The funeral of tha late SMr. HeIry JennilJnt, one of the clerks t o Subscribers-only content

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    , MARRIAGE OF M. GERALD FITZGERALD ANTD TJB HON. AMICIA XILNES. I On Saturday afternoon a distinguislhed and fashionable company congregated at St; Peter's Church, Eaton- square, London, on the occasion of the marriage of Mr. Gerald Fitzgerald, C:M.G., Subscribers-only content

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    LAW AND POLICE. L lL3E Oxfl%. WIR.*TE, XOflUISOIN rEAVY xDAMwAGEUS. Mr. *Justice Iat-lkins anr' a special jury on Thlrur- day concluded the tcase of Molrisoun v. Edmnottckni-- Saioas. Daseon, an action for (leniages for ,blB brought by Mr. Walter Subscribers-only content

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    ezrtalo , ziau.I |1 THE COURT. , WrNnDsaa CsMLr, MARCt 17.-The Queen, aecom- panied by Princess Louise, took an airing in the grounds this morning. Princess Helena rode in the Home Park. Pdnce Leopold took a carriage airing, attended Subscribers-only content

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    Caurf "10 fI, n4ijaa 'JR Of THE COURT. at BALUnOsAM, SErP. 16.-The Qseen walked in the .p- grounds yesterday morning, and in the afternoon tsh went out with Princess Helena. Earl Russell ar- ia- rived at the Castle in Subscribers-only content

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    RETROSPECT OF PROTESTANTISM. LECTURE IN NOLYWOOD BY THE REV. K. HERDERSON. [ySq0x OCR OwN REPORTER.] LAsT evening a lecture -was delivered by the Ret- Henry Henllarson, in the Assembly Rooms, Holy- wood, to a very large and cthbnsiaetio meet'ng, Subscribers-only content

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    X FASHION. THE C OUR T. WINDSOR CASTLE, WEDNESDAy.-The Crown Prinoa and Princess of Prussia and Princess Helena honoredthe performance of the Sacred Harmonic , Society, Eseter Hall, with their presence last night, rand afterwards returned to Windsor Castle. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CO URT A1NrD FASHION. T rC E C O T R T. \\r1 5,-R CATLE, t PTOLD -T (Alne , the Queen ofPrLlssia, andl Princess Beatrice drovo in the grounds yesterday aftcrnoon. 'luhe Quecn, tihe QuCen of PiUsaia, PI;iWeSS Subscribers-only content

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    FASHION. Her Royal Highness the Princess Louis of Heasse and family took leave of her Majesty on Monday morning, with the intention of proceeding to meet I her husband at Darmstadt. his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COURT AND FASHION. THE COURT. OSBOmes, THUnRSDAY.-The Queen and Princess Beatrice anid Prince Leopold arrived at Osborne at a quarter-past oneo'clockyesterday, having crossed over from Gosport in her Majesty's yacht Albert. Commander Fuller, the ladies and gentlemen in waiting Subscribers-only content

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    dourt allb Affa:5io2n THE COURT. W.INDSOR CAsTLE, Nov. 29.-The Queen, accom- panied by the Princess Louis of Hesse and Princess Beatrice, drove out yesterday. Lieut.-CoL the Eon. D. de Ros attended on horseback. SUNDAY, Nov. 30.-The Queen and Princess Subscribers-only content

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    (9(yart RO IaOicfm THE CO U R T. Osnoicru, JAN. 20,-The Queen, accompanied by Princess Louis of Hesse, drove oatyesterday after- noon. I-Iis Royal Highness Prince Louis of Hesso, attended by Captain Von Westerweller, leftBuching- ham Palace yesterday morning Subscribers-only content

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    : Crnn lt halfIr asbiol. THE COURT. D OSBOHRNE, AuOUST 5.-Her Majesty and Princess Beatrice drovdin the grounds yesterday afternoon. Prince Leopold yesterday laid the first stone of the Royal Albert Infirmary at Bishop's Waltham. His Royal Highness crossed Subscribers-only content

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    court Illy,4 j"j"Is4ioll. THE COURT. WINDsoR CASTBr, Nov. 10,-The Queen, accom- panied by the Princess of Wales, drove in the grounds this morning. The Princess Helena, attended by the Hon. Mrs. Bruce, took a carriage drive, The Princess Louise Subscribers-only content

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    THE TRUE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE. I EDITED BY "VATES." ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. IlsT-If a person plays a card he did not intend, can he withdraw tle card before it be covered, or does any penalty attach?-If the card so played Subscribers-only content

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    THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTEI EDITED BY "VATES." SECOND EDITION OF THE ERA TURF RECORD AND REMEMBRANCER, The demand for this " Newspaper Novelty," admitted to have formed an Era ix typography, hassofar exceeded our expectations, that we have hada Second Subscribers-only content

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