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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Titesday, January 16. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, January 15. Royal Regimjent ef Arltillery-Brevet-Col. W. Wylde to be Col. vice Cleaveland, deceased -revet-blijor B. Cuppage to be Lieut.-Col. i ice Wydel; Second Capt. r. De Wintion to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CosUtTn, ANDO CO U RT AN D FA S HI ONA BLE. It is believed that the Lord Provost Hastie, of Glasgow, will receive the honour of knighthood., Herr Andersen, the Danish poet, is at present on -a tour Subscribers-only content

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    ILOCAL AND GENERAL. LEEDS, AUGUST 20, 1869. Viscount Milton, M.P., who is staying with Mr. T. Horsfall, at Hawksworth Hall, near Bradford, yester- day took his seat for a short time with his host and the other magistrates at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DRAINAGE EXPERIMENTS IN PARIS. (FRnO3 OUR OWM CORaREsPODENT.) PARIs, Monday. While Senators and Deputies were outbidding ach c other in their national propensity of making much ado X about nothing on Thursday, our municipal rulers were engaged on a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I YORKSHIRE FAMILY ROMANCES. I XVIIIL-The Synod of Streoneshali. t Northumbria was at peace, after a long period of t anarchy, bloodshed, battles, and murders. Christianity a had been restored by St. Oswvaid, King and martyr; York C Cathedral, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bUI{i9, S~arrt-aqes, &; pe;Xfls. BIRTHS. . Aitchison-October 28, at 24, College Square North, Belfast, Mrs. C. Aitchison, of a daughter. le Craig-October 28, at St. James's, Atihboy, :he wife of m the Rev. Graham Craig, of a son. cc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d'altsiastial aub 4digions. I The fund for the restoration of Exeter Cathedral is mak- ing goo)d progress. The bishop has subscribed 5001. The Dean of Chester gave notice in Convocation that he will move for the discontinuance of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    moral gttjxs. inpre- THE ARCoHBISHOP or. Yortn is convalescent, and has very eommenced his episcopal duties, spOn. TiE ARCEaDHACON Or STArFORD (the Ven. M. H. r a" SCjtt) continues to improve in health, although he is uciate still confined Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS, MARRIAGE3, AND DEATHS BIRTHS. BAtCL&Y.-Jan. 16, at Bury.hill, Mr. A.H.Barclay, ot adaughter. BRAND.-Jan. 18, at Grocvenor.square, Mm. E. Brand, of a daughter. CHETWYND.-Jan. 15, at Mancetter Lodge, near Atherstone, Lady Charlotte Chetwynd, of a daughter. COl'ON.a-Jn. 15, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rw' J~ fROi3RDGEROAS.-(CONTINUA- AL fT N ' T11t, iEBB~orALTitTIO.)N annl AMIEND- - Ot~NO t AT .LTtIIk~tJN t TtLS. end APPLICATION I Tntl-tt't ) X~ittlNLiatiilS tt RE'tITORS, CON f~lft-I tiN t' h~h W X'S nto itN~~if, OtNS'ITRUCTIGON of et y~it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T OND)ON and SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY tbhc Companuy's ichmonid anil Windsor main and loop linesa Aatrhes, awl, ruth North and Souts Western Junction Railway at E 11og. To snak Sttio areegment wih NrthandSouth Western J nction Railay Cmpan. TomakeBranh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WEST LONDON RAILWAY.- (Extension to tine VictorIa Station and Pimlico Railway wihdvrging liners to the West End of London and Crystal Palac MRailway, an137d to tine London and South Western- Railway, and to thes River Th~sunoe-ConAtructlou of Dock-Conversion sndapproprititofl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fONDON anid NORTH WESTERN .LRXA1LWAY.-(BATLIIY to AD)WALTON).-(New Linie from Batley to Adlwalion-r'urchase of lands at Brsdfocd-Power to use Leeds, Bred Ord, end Halifax Junction Railway, mid to make working arrangements with that Company-Amendment; of Acts.) N~OTICE IS H0EREBY GIVEN. Subscribers-only content

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    WIU oke~oring. Coth in o rnkn alay;PWrt llOP rP;itother~ ~5 ihohr onlle5 Rnig G Acts, Ill) ~thtAPPLiCATION is intendedB4 ,;CTnCE IS Hfor ma lon flavd main- . In 4ILLto ncoport IioniiedY fr Imcoroneofthem, of owing ithiieftogiciether with all necessari Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OiNDvNand(NORTHWESTRNAIa VY''" LiAliIDITIONAL POWMRS) '',I (Power toeonstrliifl Ejoes at Bastou-uipofl-Treut, and Arrange-i mens w',i te Mdiod ta qayouiPanfY'vith respect tostich LDio,;A--raltiioe-lt.t' ,I i tIIespeut to tile (ida.Aeti-ler Leao Iqid' Ji, tI.tiontsl Rail waV, and with respect to thei Lyttl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM LAsT NT(aTs (asZZff I O3uNM OF SOLUcOrS ANID TURTMfl PATCLABT ORTAINI)X AT THU OFFIOA OF THE ORIU A=1G0TMR, (OCUIT OF BA BUrTOT, DAHIilltALL4TB .] I0A1KR~eT6, 3103HT FLETCHER, Ilayham-terreee, Camden-town, clerk to a solicitor. to surrender August 8, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ESSEX. MARRIED. On the 9th April, at St. John's, Melbourne, A. V. Smith, of Ballarat, second son of the late J. Smith, Esq., of Pimlico, London, to Harriet, eldest daughter of Thos. Stripling, of Melbourne, late of Colchester. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THK COTJR'JC. The Queen and Princess Beatrice will, according to the most recent arrangements, leave Windsor Castle on Tuesday next for the metropolis. While in residence at Buckingham Palace the Queen is expected to hold two Drawing-rooms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    **_*«_*_v--~;---™^.-:.-.a- ** ..-...-_ -~=.^cs^^..7«M^*_^™__«M3titv.^a««_kaai«_.i« SUFFOLK ELECTION. \ At eleven o'clock on Tuesday forenoon, Sir Thos. Sherlock Gooch, tind Sir William Rowley, Baronets, entered lpswich, each preceded by a band and flag", a:id a very numerous ca- valcade. The Candidates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL REPORTER. MARK LANE, Monday. Jan. 22. At this morning's market there was again a very small show of Wheat by land-carriage samples from the neighbouring counties, and there was not much offering from more distant parts of the Subscribers-only content

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