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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PROVINCIAL P;TELlIGENCE. A few days sice some butchiers atiembecl at Ilarworth, neeer keiglev, to shoot a bull : a vouni man who had been a soldier, let- tbe Cllimal aith a large hotse pistol, which he incfuttioal y loiaded Subscribers-only content

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    HOARD and LODGING for LADIES or GENTLEMEN. or a MARRIED CO TPLE, with or without Children, in a genteel Private V ?aolv, residing in a beastifhl and romanilc part of Cnm berlO id, which affords rtlis dance of field Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. Prince Gortobakoff has arrived at the Alexandra HotWl (late Wallace's), from St. Petersburg. Mr. 0. Repton. K.P., and Lady Jano Repton, have arrived in town-from their seat in Bedfordshire. The newr jouarnal announced nuder the title of La Subscribers-only content

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    lA MISSES ELY, PoN-rrElACTr, beg to ~ euJttheir Frienils anid the Publie,' that having thOe cortmmedlous5 ouse lately ocen'led lif SMr. beoittor, they continue to Board ano( Educate a "i' ~;~erf~ouc Lales;and avio4 lid consi- ~ ~~ieceil~l~tlfl trst hey~vlIbe Subscribers-only content

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    EDUCATION. -j B. C.. EDNGDUON'S DAY SCHOOL I Rfor YOUN GENTLE-ME N, will flE.OPEN oil TUES. StA Y, the 20th of Junuory, 1i9. ' iiitrmtary-Stret, Leeds, 24th Dec. 1I28. 11 uS. LAN GDN's PREPARAO d Ili DA SCiOOL, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be,- ,[%V TS:3F.T1 fie Vk..ovaretrN) AiTs tPRtOOF THAT IIA111 CAN lIE3 RrSTORtED P~ GoAGAtN-~GCN:Tt~blX51Itel Iswith thle grefiteot Pleaisure I w Nvrie tinfrniyou.tht Ilravelibenr uriog your jutly cele-. onf bratcd BALM ofC(OtUMlBIA. rlyh head w~asitimost.destitiute~ lie Of halt, whien fottunratcli Subscribers-only content

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    AX VALUABLE' WOOLlEN1 MACH-INLiIY, &.B T1OWNSEND, on gieinday, Tiuesday, andY.T-ednesday, the 271h, 28th, a vd 2Dih Dulls of Mlay, 1833, '111IE Valuable IMACILINERIY at COPLEY MHILL, near 11mTTRAX, c putrising 152 carding nnd Scribbling Eitgines, from 3o to 60 Subscribers-only content

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    - &r 0 SCHOOL ASSISTANTS.-WANTED, T a respectable Young Man about Eighteen or Twenty Years of Age, as Junior Assistant lna School. The Situat1on offers many Advantages for Improvermet. TestimO°l o Character will be required. Address ( Post-pasd) X. Subscribers-only content

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    ~OUTH AUSTRALIAN PACKET .- A ~~~s ~~SHIPS. IVAL FROM LIVERPOOL, De ons thie Tsoestjggfh of duoawt, the beautiful Fe SHP, Be OR LEA N4, C 638 Tons register, ALRIANDZIC C&HERON, COmmndr. d British built, only Three Years old, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ia Salto bp aurtion.~~~~~~~U- IIOLBECK, near Leeds.-At tbe House of Mr. Joseph Gib- sion, the Irwin Arms, In Holbecis, in the Parish of Leeds, In5 the County of York, aos Friday, the sevensth Day o ~Sepbcr, 1838, at Six Subscribers-only content

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    I FR SgWALTO...I Two LotS, ,a~t the Hous~e of 1Mr. George1, g Pais o RBtley, in the Coun.ty off York, en Wvednesday -e uefkDay qf Septb, e. e at Six o'Clock In the Elvening, unless prvoul Disposed of by Subscribers-only content

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    A.R. us g2 All Alarria!,es LenS Jroml a distaneL inust be authenticated by thle siqnlnizae of one of oies agqents, or by thot of a lknown I? _carreyosndent. --- to the aftjo lie. 0~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ e, On the lath inst., Subscribers-only content

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    Ns jpr All 1 arriciafes se.9 fronm a distoiatce *ouot oc ,auiih8Cti1atiet b Ithe d Signature of one of our ager.i, or by that of a knowo corres- . ponden, l Annlouncemnents of IBirihs erc aesuiject to a charge Subscribers-only content

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    o~. O'* Alt rriaes, srent froer a,"slaned nauct be. aetkontiarteed by £05 itssoiur of onee of owr agere~e, or by Shat of a ,5.nora dorrow 770. ysswleo. Asesoeascernents of' Brtrrs are subject to a obariv of rgo rls'trns. 9 Subscribers-only content

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    TO ADVXMTM - A11 Aeftos a *irn r S. Ad s ar t j ra J.f Ie45eled to lSt rpv~jterjr e, ead U~ ur~as e no mmrs conlr.l 'Addgrea" Icarfl letter ansI s er] mees thse alacaent are to Subscribers-only content

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    OBETINKER anti SON, Auctioneers and f~Se PrsOpertv'7&.ntlnifacttring Pflensoes, Mtachinery, ttit1ieciifat,,rlto' :bc tok am]di"armuTeitaitt' Rlight. II.t'.'itO ~ go1t0bi th Pivae aleofManufacturing .$WSALESby M.THOLINSON. ~ p~ Iy]O1CEO AD TNAN IGHT VALIUER, IILtELIMLNARtY NOTICES. t'rtlti,!itllh Fat stocki, Wetherho.v. lu:t tck, '.t'tdcaoter. e,1 Subscribers-only content

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    ??EWS? OF THE - ?mJR1}HIEs. LSORD HOUGETOM ONE CHU1RCH WORK. Lord H~oughton, Lord-Lieutenan~t of Ireland, laid the foundation-stonle of a new church vat Mesager yes- ; terdisy afternoon. Hbis Lordship said that he felt fully i the w~eight of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VuOll. lUING EXPRESS, -5 oeclock Edition TO-DAY'S LONDON PAPERS WEST DORSEt. The "Daily News" esar-No one can even preten& to be surprised at the result of the election in West Dorset. The Tory candidate has been elected by an Subscribers-only content

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    yfR'K"SHIR.E ITEMS pr7 FlNOPYORKSLURE YOLUnflERS. I - t:-e wetethe people of 0-;1i- in tOargc numlbers on Saturday to f ,afian Nim~pson. of teVoir-nreer nd~ o I orporal Sn-wart, of the C fl ~Tc'per Parker, of the Yeomajry, rhn. At Subscribers-only content

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    WRESTLING. . I I THE ANNUAL LIVERPOOL WRESTLING.-..Thege sports came off on Tuesday, at Mr Barnes's Ring, Cattle-market, and were attended by the greatest number of wrestlers that has ever yet been witnessed at one time in Liverpool, and Subscribers-only content

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