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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Il ,e THE PRRANIFORT CONFERENCE. ( [mrronr THE DAILD TELrC-:RAPE.j WHATEVER may be the practical results of the Frankl- fort Conference, the plan of the meeting, at least, has a picturesque and striking air. It was an Em- t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -riN TED, for Theatre Royal, Greenwich, sc-erol Useful Members. Including Gentlemen for JUVENILE tl EAVY BUSINESS; also Singing Chambermaid. Must all play In d nnd live in Greenwvich. Mr Ccoke will be glad to hear from ttrr~tlOsns pzaiis Address Subscribers-only content

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    THE STORM IN SCOTLAND The following romantic particulars of the storm in Scot- land are from the Aberdeen Herald, nnd though they occupy much space, will amply repay perusal t The gale of Saturday an.l Sunday last, (the 24th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Notice of a Birth must be giv^fl «rr Hie R,»„i„.„ Twenty-one days after its oecur^ ,,f* .7T , within Three days after its Celebra® a*doVirw^ E within Eight days after the event.-AIon* with thJ " tration of a Birth Subscribers-only content

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    SCOTLAND. His Royal Highness Priuce Alfred has signified his intention of becoming a member of the club now forming in Edinburgh for gentlemen connected with the universities. Railway Accident.- On Saturday night, a young man, named John Stark, belouging Subscribers-only content

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