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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    @hituarn]. MR EDWARD ARcHDALL, of Riversdale and Castle Archdall, in the county of Fermanagh, died on the 12th inst., in his ninetieth year. He was the last of a very long-lived generati(t, -llis brither, Genleral Archdall, died in his Subscribers-only content

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    BANBURY AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of this old-established society was held yes, terday, and passed'off very satiefdctorily. The ploughing took place on the land belonging to C. J. Bricknoll, Esq., of Overtherple Lodge, when seventeen teaens competed for Subscribers-only content

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    I BANBURY POULTRY, PIGEON, AND I RABBIT SHOW. This show, the first ever held in Banbury, took place yesterday, in the Central Corn Exchange, Corn Hill, under the patronage of Colonel North, M.P., Sir C. Douglas, ,iP; Xcvds. H. Subscribers-only content

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    SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE HARDWARE TRADES. (From our Corcspondent.) SATURDAY EVZNING. The manufacturing hardware trades of the district do not display any remarkable animation, either in the home or export branches, and in some Instances the demand is BO depressed that Subscribers-only content

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    ~~~~buu? b~%t, Ta- - TIM OLDF.T MWNG MA013U DUOT UT. BIRMINGHA.iLI WHEsELER AND W 1S0 ; SEWING MAcuHizE L N~fi ew Patenbtolmult, With Slet ee.and all the rnq '32 n 2ab aCE hne Guacan.,.. MA TO WOHH B HANB* Subscribers-only content

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    wp) c-ANIK) lradlaubr -a vempect" Young a~ia 16 r V.APee, W 1h.poida. 'o Rakeys-WAN1TgD, zi~ong YO E to~ th VOOM rAlly uo DaL Meaa Brl~ --------- 8 VWO Cn aoto~ -WTl~.a YFOUTR eldOOOt to JMPTD rble kwi#ledge ul tbsb'.±nem- Subscribers-only content

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    SALES BY rEIVATE WOYMANT. yAR,,%jv.,Ra Gar~c-norl; an~lSamsplrs of Prhines,, sassple Qsautit4'old Be-anm and i tor-claus See %arley now ready, -App1y. Front0o NOsYff, Thu Formn, Hnelddltaford, 1tcbitilelo, oLc i' jik. WANTED r, a ernnlannt CITST%)RER, to takeo 40 or 53 Subscribers-only content

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    SITUATINS VAOANT. 'f ANTlED. a YOU1TH. tot the, counitry, abat, IS, whi can MAlk Doolth.-Apply, ,I). 1Holloway Hee ad051 33 ¶ )Itkr WANTED, a Single MAN, to thn ikirig. Must ho ba good hell it Character' r-euirelid.-2. Wic osoly Subscribers-only content

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    VIOLENT ASSATJLT ON A AILLWAY . SfGNAL-MANT. At Chesterfleld Boroughs Police Court, yesterday, Win. llopkinson BUtt, landlord of tire Horns taublie-hoss Derby Lan,; Clhesterfield, and his assistant Thos. Bennett, were clharged vith hlaving, on tbo 1-ith inst, conrmitted a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    | - SPORTING INTElIGEN l RACING NOTES AN] ANTICIPATIONS. To the EDITOR Of the DAILY 1'0oT. Sir,J-Patrons of sport will, I should imagine, be glad to get to Newmarket; and forget most of what has gone before this season. Subscribers-only content

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    IBIRMWNGHAM COUNTY COURT. -YESTERDAY Br.Fongr Alit. J. MoERAM. QC. JUDGE. TRE BANBURY COUYTrY COURT JUDGE AND THU SOLICITORS OF BIRMINGHANI.-At a recent sitting in the Banbury County Court, the judge, 31r, W. H. Coolie, whilst hearing a case relative Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. SANDOWN MMITARY STEEPLECHASES. METTFtDAY. The GRao P MIL.ITARY SILVER CUP, value 90gs, ir.e-year-olds a 12st, sit and aged 12st 71b. Three miles. .h1r. ,Owen tatesman, aged 12st 71b .... Owner 1 Mr. Smiths Grateful, aged, t2st 71b Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE he r. es or .d FLI 1'Z 0g 10 (I Ii :1' er a. it It a. Ft Y, D1 IC 'Y It It Io IC I. 11 a f? ae(c There again a large aleaotance at Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. Ar'nmasosiHOr (at 11).-ThisB day, February 18, GnosaUl Station; J Tnesday, 19, Bradley Villago; Thursday, 21, the Bell 1Inn, Tong ;Saturday, 23, Apley. ATuIR.nsrocsl, (ait 11).-This day, February 18, Harrow Gate '1T Wednesday, 20, Albereote ; Friday, 22, Subscribers-only content

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    HIUNTING APPOINTMIENTS. ATrnaroliTON (at 11).-This day, February 19, Bradley Village; Thursday, 21, The Bell Inn, Tong; Saturday, 23, Apley. ATnriTsroNs (at 11).-Wednesday, February 20, Albercote; Friday, 22, Three Pots; Saturday, 23, Brzinkdow Village. BrEAUFORT's, Duirs oV (at 11)-This day, Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. . - - . .~~1 1 . T. AUs~lnarosON (at 11).-Thursday, February 21, The BeU Inn, Tong; Soturday, 23, Apley. A:trIEssTONE (at 11)-This day, February 20, Albarcote Fri. day, 22, Three Pots; Saturday, 3, Brinklow Village. iBLAUFORI5, Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS At.onrolToN (at 1i)-Saturday, FelbruaTy 7, EIVill( (11.30) ~oudelay, 9, Wilbrighloanear Aqjalato; T'uesdray, tO, Ivotsey Blanlk ; Thursday, 12, Gilfatd's Cross; Saturday, 14, Sheriff. hales. ATrInEeTONEa (at 11).-This day, February 6, Newnham ; Satur. day, 7, Kingsbury Wood. Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. Asonsonrucx (at 1045)=-This day, l)ecember 5, Longford; Tuesday, 6,1Four Ashes Station ; Thursd3y, 8, Black Hill singer. post; Saturday, 10, Thu Kennels. ATrmcnsssosc (at 11)-This day, December 5, Heather: Wednesday, 7, Clifton; Friday, 9, 1lrinhlow Stotion; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

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    I HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. _ A11nnnurToN (at 10.45).-Saturday, Denember 10, Tho Ken- nels; Monday, 12, Sutton Haddock ; Tuesday, 13, High Onu . Thursday, 15, lIagley (at 10.30) ; Saturday, 17, Thu Linird. ATnHIsTONn I (at 11).-This day, December 9, Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. TJEICESTER RACES. T VYnTZeoAVx-Thcree was a wonderful change in the weather, T and although it appeared Eninewlsat dloubtfusl about mild-day thre aflesisoon proved beautifully fine, the atnilen here being bright let nod then sun eilsinig with almosti; Subscribers-only content

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