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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON G AZE TTE. [Frnl.e Lenrt Ed sjthdb BANSI UPTS. Sisai -ks, 140, l-Ioindsdl ctbi, London(trsding ns S-ires and Co.) ira-matrth importer, dealer and chl-apuin. I tnorjfe Henry Wildes, late of 25, Lowndes Sqoare, Middleeax, gestntisolan. liotiert ShaieLr, 36, Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. [FrOel, N.ig X a GaMtta.] DAN:KRtl1'TS, MARK FEVERSITAM, 61, Laurel (rove, Penge, Sutrrey. HNIRY JOTES RLrcIsCsNOS, rower, Cornwall, soedsdman. Garono-Ts &kaow, 11gh Street, IJaslingden, Lancashire, cotton manufacturer,. TeousAS WALTR It SY-asoMo, Hamilton Street, Clee, Lincoln- shire, joiner, Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. Preparations are in progress at Windsor Castle for the reception of Her MAJESTY and Princess BEATRIcB, who, according to the most recent arrangements, are expected to leave Baolsoral about the 22nd or 23rd of November Subscribers-only content

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    AROM TUESDA Y NL U!rTI UAZETTB" BA.NICtiPTS. Mark Feversham, Peone, Surrey Croydon, Feb. S; f1tco. Barlo w, IHoviiord~fl, cotltwon macufectuier loo kbarnl. Foeb. 2 F. w. Syroonldo, Cleec Liicohl, ioiner, &c.: ti~tat Grirnilby. Fqeb. 16 E~ntsa Watlonl, Chacrcls.oirceb, Blrminaghasm, Subscribers-only content

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    -TII OUR7VRX O-PjAL StNE. ' The quarterly statement of 'tie Palestine Exploration Fund for.:Jatuary cortains the welcome neWs that the SurveyEipeditionis again. tiking.tbedfeld.... Lieutenalat Kitehener takestheplace of: t'utedait Conder in com- mand. He starts immediately-hai probab'y ialreadV started-4or te-g'r~tit, Subscribers-only content

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    THtROUGH DEVON & CORN WALL I TO TEE LAND'S END, I IL. (BY a OAN rozASIM TousTr.) AS I had leaped from the steamer to the boat off Lynmouth, so I leaped frcm the boat to the shingle at Subscribers-only content

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    AIYviors received at Now York from Lima confirm the intelligence of the death of Kit. JHENRY THE LEEDS MERCURY. AN article in yesterday's 1lpub7li'ue P'ranqcaise describes the crisis in Franco as very grave and acute in character. "'It must," Subscribers-only content

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    XOTTJ, q WI RC IN THCL0ARI.CQ>HITON XURDER. Iio~r oun owe RPORaTxa.) ' At the Winter Assizes at Nottinghtnr yesterday, before Mr. Justice HAWmINS, Thoeas ray, ?a labourer, was indicted for the wilfl murder of Ann Mellors at Ocar Colston, Subscribers-only content

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    WE publish to-day interesting extracts from I the Diary t )JR. A. B1. COTTErMLL, a member of theI THEEED MERCURY. Luku Nyassa Miesion, giving an account of the esxloration o? the west sthore of Lake Nyassa to about 11 Subscribers-only content

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    THE DOLGELLY XMU=R. Cadwalader Jones (26), farmer, of Dolgellv, wasindioted at the Ohestsr Assizes on Wednesday for the wilful murder Sarah Hughes, at Dolgelly, on 2nd of June. In conocep tion and exeoution, the 4etaila of thia murder resemble Subscribers-only content

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    THIE ATTEMPTED MURDER AT HULL. At the Hull Police-court yesterday Willows William Goodyear was brought before Mr. TRAVIS, the stipendiary magistrate, charged with shooting with intent to kill John Windross, his brother-in-law. The prisoner appeared in a very distressed Subscribers-only content

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    IT is expected that the namles of the new French Ministry will be published in the OJDlciai THE L.EEDS MERCURlY. Jouzrnal this morning. Our Correspondent telegraphs that its programme will not include a second dissolution. M. GAan3ETTA, it is Subscribers-only content

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    EXEQUTION AT NOTTINGHAM. The execution of Thomas Gray for the murder al ADAe Mellors. at Car Colston, last August, took place within the County Giaol, Nottingham, on Wednesday. Gray1 who was 36 years of age, lived with his father, Subscribers-only content

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    TO-MORROW'S C WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT TO THE LEEDS MERCUR.Y WILL CONTAI N, In adoition to tle NEWS OF THIE WEEK and reading specially adapted to TIlE FAMILY CIRCLE, The following Original Articles LORD BEACONSFIELD: A Political Sketch. IRAILWAY SE IlVANTS: Subscribers-only content

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    iIRT18 MARRIAES, AND DEATHS.- Aswnouecemts 7sunder tits headidu !ane charged for as fjagows.' _arrirge 2s d Deut ?iitkflenealaOtice. d ,; OZizuariy AW-cd, LT 6d; Bith, 2s Cd. Ia entery Cse -sch am2nowtCcflzcfet must hc prepaidavid duey aietenticatdd. BIRTBS. pOBBES-Juiy Subscribers-only content

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    WANT'ED, JOURNEYMAN .JIOINER.-A good Wor'rman may meet v ith constunt Work aud good Wages by eppl, ing to Richard BIll, Afiborne. TO BE SOLD BY 'ITCKET, rrT REE Pieces of Land in lie occupation of William C Clsy, of Subscribers-only content

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    TO BE SOLD tY AUCTION, Ly ttlr.SHAV, (By order of the Aflignees of Jonathan Woodward, a .t~ . . Uatkruisp,) : AtheFox 'and Owl 1bi, in Deoby, on Frilay the it 1 hbruary 181t, at'4 o'cdock in the afternoon, Subscribers-only content

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    BMR'HS.-*, S*j, W~r tire Lady of R. 1T. Bermatn, Esq. Cmaberwell b hure, nrat Bradford, Wilts, of a daughter. - MA IRUACES. On The M6th ult, 'Mr. William Barker, surgeon, of Pendle. I n iof t io Ite George Subscribers-only content

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    1y 1IESSRS. OLIVER, NEWBOLD, AND OLIVER. DERBY CATTLE MARKE;T. M ESSRS. OLIVER, NEWBOLD, and OLIVER hold SALES of FAT STOCK every TUESDAY at half-past Nine c'clock. Stock should be in the Market not later than Nine I o'lock .] Subscribers-only content

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    BY INESSRS. OLIVER, NEWBOLD, AND OLIVER. DUFFIELD, 'NEAR DERBY. VILLA RESIDENCES, BUILDING LAND, BRICK 1 WORKS AND PLANT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Messrs. OLIVEB, NEWBOLD, and OLIVER, At the BELL IIOTEL, Derby, on FRIDAY, the 10th day Subscribers-only content

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