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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YR IWERDDON. ANFONIAD BYDDIN I WAREDU CADBEN d BOYaOTT. Penderfynodd y Llywodraeth Wyddelig anfon e byddin allan i gynorthvyo Cadben Boycott, Be i'w d waroed o'r lie yr oedd wedi ei garcharu ynddo. Cynwysii y fyddin a anfonwyd allan Subscribers-only content

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    ft D Snb. TY Y CYFFREDIN.-DYDD MERORER. Cymerodd y Llefarydd y gadair am ddeng mynyd wedi deuddeg. Mewn atabiad i gwestiwn o eiddo Syr H. Tyler ynghylch CANDAHAR, dywedodd Mr. Gladstone fod eyfarwyddiadan wedi ci hanfon gan v Llywodraeth Subscribers-only content

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    I Y LLOFRUDDIAETH GER CASTLE I ISLAND. - Ysgrifenai gohebydd y Dafly Nems o Cork, nos F"ercher, fel y canlyn am y llefruddiaeth uchod:- Gellir rheatru y ilofrrddiseth ger Castle Island, ddoe, I ynmysg y gwe:thredoedd mwyaf brwnt a Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDEN113, - -- _Es, , Oh Sunday eVening, as some ladies and a gentieman-were passing the ditch, by the side of the path whkch leads to the Belvidere, Pentoniille, they thought they heard the groans of a person in Subscribers-only content

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    GENERAL NEWS. SA:0 2 I:LJ.tSSL L- i VT .4 THE NuwCASTLrE BioHoreitC.-Dr. Wilberforco, the Bishop of Newcastle, will be consecrated at Durham on the 25th inst. AN APsunD FENIAN SraeLB.-The sipposed Fenian re missiles found at Skipton Station were Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOURNAL. I .W WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1882. , {~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I In the House of Lords yesterday, in reply to i the Marquis of SAmsBuRY. the Earl of NonTE:- mtooa read the telegrams which had been Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. TA L'L - . ez^BA 1A"; NA;A A use In the House . of Comraons last ttight several exal ible questions r ating .o Ireland were put by Irish pro] II a members. Mr. rEXTOx Subscribers-only content

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    TlHE STAMS 'OF IRELAND. TWO POLICEMEN SHOT, A Tralee correspondent telegraphs that as a land bailiff named c .Doyle, was proceeding home from Castle Island on Tiursday night escorted b two pollcemcn, the 8arty wae fired upon, and one Subscribers-only content

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    SENEWS OF THE DAY, d Mr. FAWCyTr is reported to be rapidly, gaining to '3 ground, and it is hoped that he will be able to be leave his bed in the course of a few days. a The Subscribers-only content

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    THE ,STATE OF RELANfD. US1NG SEDITIOUS LANGUAGE. ig Timothy Plaol~ermott. ex-sueapect, of Ballymote, a,5 a charged at Sliao yesterday, with having. used seditious language on Suilday; the 5th November, at a meeting at t Ballymote,' Pi-isoner wvas.re-amnded, bail being Subscribers-only content

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    THE STATE OF IRELAND. A:A SEDITIOuiS irm. The following is the article for which United IrMland was seized on Saturday, and for the publication of which Mr. O'Brien, the editor, has been summoned to appear at the Northern Police Subscribers-only content

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    GENERAL NEWS. ILLNESS OF THE PRINCE Or OBANGE.-A .Reuter's tale s; gram, dated Tho Hague, June 2, says: The Prince of t Orange passed a quiet night. The fever, however, con- u tinuos, and there is no change in Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. ,1 f _ __ . , _ U. The owner of Lamblikin, the winner of the St. Leger, ¶ eld has given a donation of £30. to-the Doncanster Infirmary. Oxfoi .CY. Mr. R. M. 'Stanley wiUl be entertained Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. : - :. - - klii Wi}N'A322ffl ilt Wofi ith AND JOURNAL Ti Li TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1884. th T .~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~1 The House of Lords met yesterday, 'after the pi adjournment, when the Duke of Subscribers-only content

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    . GLEANINGS. Sheep are reported to be selling at 75 cents a head in Lyme, N. H. fLord Rosebery will speak at the next "Eighty Club" sdinner, on November 18. Miss Ada Cavendish was taken seriously ill at Brighton Subscribers-only content

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    StAtiFFORID-. . DErIAUDING A RAILWAY CoMssANY.-At the Borough I- Police Court, yesterday, James Hanlon, cattle dealer, y Dublin, was charged with riding on the London and North- br Western Railway without paying his fare. On the arrival .t of Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. n A lbmal's shelter, the gift of thoe Mayoress (M1rs. Henry Platt), was opeied at Bangoe eli Mondoay. ,- Steps are immediately to be. taken to increase the accommodation for the public in the library of the Patent Subscribers-only content

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    ACTIOON FOR BETTING COIMIMISSION. c In tho City of London Court, yesterday, before Mr. i Comnmissioner Kerr, an action was brought by Mr. e William Gilbert, butcher, 9, Bridgwater Square, Barbi- a canl, against Mr. Levi Love, 6, Woodville Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANTNGS. A Salfardl purblican, named Troope, has been accidentally it drowned at Blarnsley, having walkced into the canial in the r- darli. co] 'IC Mr. Edgar B3ruce, having been advised to tako a, voyage P.1 '~for the benefit of Subscribers-only content

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    THE STATE OF IRELAND. LETTER FRO-M.MR. CHAMBERLAIN. 7Mr. Chamberlain, through his secretary, replies .s follows to a correspondent on the Government's Irish proposals:-"I am lesired byMlr. Chamberlain to acknow- lodc thio receipt of your letter on the 12th inst., Subscribers-only content

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