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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSONAL NEWS. LORD DuRIHAMM.-We some time since announced that Lord Durham bad succeeded in obtaining from the Russian Cabinet an abandonment of the monopoly of stowers at the port of Cronstadt. The importance of this advantage, we are glad Subscribers-only content

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    POLICE. MORE ARISTOCRATIC OUTRAGES. Messrs P. C&A'tali J. gwuherla,& F ilog~iadE ArWr--igk, four officers in the 9tb RoyalLnes ttoe st ouswBaracks, app~eare befori ooea Cibrw Rev. Dr Walmesley, and Messrs Baillie and Pownall, the Middlesex msgistra't~s, on the 22d Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, May 14. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, MAY 11. Royal Artillery-First Lieut. A. Benn to be Second Capt. vice Geary, deceased; Second Lieut. S. Robinson to be First Lieut. vice Bean. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. C. Watson and Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, JltY 3SO WAR OFFICE, JULY 26. 6th Foot-Lieut. C. H. Dowker, from the 53rd Foot, tobe Lieut. vice F. Bristow, who retires upon half-pay of the 3rd Foot. sth Foot-Sergeant G. Corry to he Subscribers-only content

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    OCCURRENCES. THE SUICIDE OF THE POOR SHIERTMAKER.-An inquiry has taken place regarding the death of Eliza Kendall, who destroyed herself last week through poverty. The rescued sister was present: she had been unable to attend last week. The other Subscribers-only content

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    THE LAST GASP OF PROTECTION. The anniversary of the Rinckford Agricultural and Conservative Club was celebrated yesterday week by a dinner at the Bell Inn, Castle Hedingham, a small hamlet in North Essex, about nine miles from Braintree, long Subscribers-only content

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    THE CASTLE HEDINGHANI MEETING. The Hinchford Conservative Club, which combines the discussion of politics with the distribution of rewards to deserving labourers, celebrated its annual meeting on the 5th inst. at Castle Hedingham. There was an evident diminution of Subscribers-only content

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    RAtcot Intelligence. SATURDAY MORNINIG, DpCEmBEn 15. THE REPORTED FALL OF KARS. From the circumstance that no official confirmation of the fall of Kars, has been received at either Paris or Vienna, doubts of the fact have been in circulation. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE REFORM MOVEMENT. LIm3rAL MxmIBxsM ON PAXLIAMENTARY REroM...On Thursday week, Mr Jackson, M.P., for Newcastle-under-Lyme, spoke on the above subject, at a municipal banquet given by the mayor of the borough. Mr Jackson, who is on the Weedon Commission, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. If I might give a short hint to an impartial writer itwould be to tell him his fate If he resolved to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truth let him proclaimn war with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE WAY OF THE WIND. Is hen the W ind blows-so the iM goes: "- MAJou BEREssroi, at the Castle Hedingham meeting on Satur- day, emptied the quiver of which he had previously spoken at Col- chester on Wednesday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. 1 I might give a short hint to an impartial writer it would be to tell him his fate. If lie resolved to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truth, let him proclaim war Subscribers-only content

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    T"-firluinum Natig pot TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1869. NEWS OF THE DAY. THE long'silent club-room of the Bell, at Castle Ifedingham, has once more become vocal with Tory cheering. The fine old bucolic association, which dwindled out of existence some Subscribers-only content

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    Nag V-'.' MO. MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1859. NEWS OF THE DAY. THE EMPEROP. of the FRENcH seems to have been convinced of the impossibility of keeping all Europe, to say nothing of all Italy, waiting any longer for his Subscribers-only content

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    Xiialb At AH ito TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 18i. NEWS OF THE DAY. IN consequence of Mr. J. HINDE PA3mIIEE beiug absent from the country, and of the necessity of immediate action being taken by the Liberals of Lincoln, a Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF TVE DAY. Tur, nomination for Barustaple took place yes- terday. For the first time during the contest Mr, BEnasenuGa, the Conservative candidate, addressed the electors, and, probably to make up for past neglect, treated " the free Subscribers-only content

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    - - limiquas MAUg goot THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1864. NEWS OF THE DAY. A 9hockiflg case of inhumanity has coane to light theneighboulrhood of Kirkaldy. An old woman, 1early four score and ten years of age, too old to Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. FRlDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1871. THE "WEEKLY POST." The tale, "Sir Lancelot's Inheritance," will be concluded, and the new story, (Love Against the World," will be continued in the Weekly Post of to-morrow. As many were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WYALSALL TOWN COUNCIL. The usual monthly meeting of this Council was held a yesterday; Alderman Lindop (Mayor) presiding.-Two a a letters were read with reference to the proposed selectiun 3 of Caunock Chase as the new Wimbledon-one from Lord Subscribers-only content

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    : DAIRY SHOW , LonD The sixteenth annual show of the British Dairy Farmers' Association was opened yesterday at the Agricultural Hall, London. The hale presented an unusual appearance, owing to the sudden reduction of the cattle classes. London Subscribers-only content

 

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