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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Novemher 13. WHITEHrALL, Nov. 12.-The King has been pleased to nominate and appoint Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Codrinaton, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Military Order ofthe Bath, to be a Knight Grand Cross of Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, December 23. 3ANKIUPTCIES EN LARGED. W. Norton, Clayton West, Yorkshire, waistcoat-manufacturer, from Jan. 6 to Jan. 30. W. Eales, Crawford sireet, linen-draper, from Jan. 2 to Jail. 9. W. Shipley, Bagshot, coach-Master, from Dec. Subscribers-only content

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    I FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, Mfarch 14. 29 BANKRUPTS. G. Armfield, jun. and R. W. Barber, Croydon, coachbuilders. [May, Queen square, Bloomsbury. C. 3. Collett, Mill street, Lambeth, baker. [Low, Chancery lane. J. Hosken, Southampton, builder. [Green, Walbrook. Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, Jutne 20. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Aberdein, A. and G. Gordon, and A. Foote, Montrose-J. and S. Bennett, Bridport, Dorsetshire-R. C. Brown, D. Murray, and Brown, Murray, and Co. Glas- gow-W. Brook and J. Myatt, Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesdeay, A tugust 1. WAR-OFFICE, August 1. 9th Light Dragoons-Lioeut. G. P. Atkinson, from the 89th Foot, to be Lieut. vice Richards, appointed to the 17th Light Dragoons. I Ith Light Dragoons-Linut. W. Foster to Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, May 15. War-Office, May 15-1st Regiment of Life Guards: Lieut. R. Bateson to be Capt. by purchase, vice Walet, who rotires; Cornet and Sub-Lient. W. G. Craven to be Lieat. by purchase, vice Bateson, Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, Septemnber 18. Wear Office, Pallmall, September lath.-RoyalRegiment of Horse Guards: Assist-Surg J C Agnis, from the 3rd Light Dragoons, to be Assist-Surg, vice Kerin, promoted to the 2nd Life Guards-lst Dragoon Guards: T A Subscribers-only content

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    LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sacturdcy Evening. AMERICA. The Scotia has brought news to tie 8th inst. The following are the telegrams: NEw Yosn, October 6.-The Confederates, under Generals Price and Van Dorn, supposed to number 40,000, attacked the Federal General Rosancranz Subscribers-only content

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    L ONDO N G AiZE.TTE. Lnros imo:af Nett Qs.] BANRUProIEs: 'ANULTA'). 5. S..80cmasuppJner hines Street, London cig~ar imporler. . Ceo. ' Heni ' Matthews, Vine Cottage, Brqok (rren, Hamm er Bflmith,-flshmoreger. L t .Ansustua Heosy lorneby,.DMenidan Pae,' Clifton,. Brlsto Subscribers-only content

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    GENE R AL N E W S. [PrESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAMS. | THE CHIPPING NOR.TON CASE. At the Oxfordshire Quarter Sessions yesterday, a report from the Visiting Justices was read respeeting.the prison treatment of tile sixteen women who were committed Subscribers-only content

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    SPEECH-DAY AT KING EDWARD'S - GRAPMA SCHOOL. Yesterday was "-specch-day" at King Edward's School. The Rev. A. Vardy presided, and there was a large attend- anco of the parents and friends of the pupils. Among those present were the Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. The Edinburgh School Br ard have fixed the educational i rate for. the current year at 4d. per L1I )I On Monday, a hurrier named Walker Qreen, of High. if town, was killed at 1latts I'it, Cliftor4 belonging Subscribers-only content

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    I ' TIHU STATE OF IRELAND., GENERA' BEttER'S mISSION. ANOTHER AGIRARIAN MURDER. A correspondent, telegraphing from Lisdoonvarinr yester- day er-being, says:-Mlajor-General Belier, who left Erich our Saturday evening, was expected to arrive at the former place to-day trom Milltoew, Subscribers-only content

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    TBE EXTRAORDINARY FOG. FATAL ACCIDENTS. s- All water traffic at the entrances to the rivers Thames .e and Ifledway has been suspended on account of the fog. s The mail service between Queensborough and Flushing, by c which the Subscribers-only content

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    T=A TRE ROYLIRBIMINGI ?ffm FVEwrliN MLan NUN)tl at 7-.37 Im. AlF&ED MALTBY AND COMPANY, in the famous Farcical Comedy. '1BETSY", As FlaYes with Enormousm r~cna the Criterila Theatre, tonaon.. On MONDAY gNZX June27 Mr. EMI)5NDI TLA11LES Cold. PA-.NY. in Subscribers-only content

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    NonCs OF AWMELp MIDLAND BOLT AXD NUT 0OM1AN a~fy~ Incorporated under the Companis Arts I to LM1 'The ALI~oT3IENiT of SHARES to the Applicants in this Corn- E7Tn wil b mde clin FXD te2th dlay of June insittant at Subscribers-only content

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    WILLS AND BEQUESTS. The followinghave just been proved, with pereonalty as stated :-Of Mrs. Elizabeth Allan, of Gorsey Wood, Bournemouth; exceeding £105,000. The testatrix be- oueaths out of the estate of her late husband £10,000. each to the National Subscribers-only content

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    CHEESE "'WAiltEtLIU , Near the Csosy, Leeds. STOREY. having receised irnin the * different Fai s avery Esxtensive STOCK of CHEESE, vonsisting of' Stilton, Old and New C(Ie- ;hire, Double and Single: (3laocestet, Trent-Sidc, ..ancashire, &c. of the very Subscribers-only content

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    FINE. ARTS. HE Public are inlormed, thas the Exhi. Tbitionl of thce NORTHlERN SOCIETY wi'll open on Monda:itirh 2nd ol'April next. Fi.,T BIILLAMT Secretary. Committee-Room, Lteds. March It', 18 10. In order that the necessary Number of Free Ad. Subscribers-only content

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    TO BE DISPOSED OF, T HE SITCKRIN-1R\DE and Con T itexions of a MercerWoollen Draper, &c Taylor, oeeitirin' iron Business on accounst of his Health. The Shop is advirstageouvly situated, in one of the xsnost flourishing and populous Towns Subscribers-only content

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