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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEATH OF MU, RICHA'POWEm,?rP. The-death of 3r. :Ea: 'Power, MY. for Walarford ity teye 187, w n rlater editions yesterday. H~e had only bee married a yreek ago.-o.Miss O'Damell, was with his wife staying a;t 1he Grand H~otel. A Subscribers-only content

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    KlL PMe AT BOLTOW. 30,000 DAMAGES. 'The most diastrous fire Wih las been experienced in Bolton during the 1A decade broke out on Satur- day morning at Mess Johnson, Hodgkinoon, and Pea=ne, I4tnt Mif,, B$dcannt: , = tha twn. Subscribers-only content

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    C ORR ESP O ND ENGEs Ossett-Write to Profeszor Roberts Beaumout, Yori- shire College, Leeds, " 3harp."-The feature in questionlhas been pulblished continuously sinre 18729. NATiONAL DEFENCE TO TE iDIlTOR GLO Hi2B LEEDS 5IEBZUY. Sir,-Lord Salisbury has spoken to Subscribers-only content

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    I MANNERS AND AMUSEMENTS. I THE COURT AND FASHION. MONDAY.-Her Majesty, attended by Lady Portman, visited the Princess Sophia at Kensington. The Earl of Albemarle and Viscount Melbourne had au- diences of the Queen. The Earl of Uxbridge, Viscount Subscribers-only content

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    IBUNTING APPOINTMENTS. t sTAO-SGOUNDS, Her Majesty's-Tuesday, Richings Park; Friday, Maidenhead Thicket; at half-past eleven. Petre's, Hon. F.-Thaursday, Masbbary Mill; atlhalf-past eleven. ) F~~~~~~sOx.ueiiONDS. Albrighton-Monday, Kilsall Gate; Thursday, Whittinaores; Saturday, the Fox, Shipley ; at half-past ten. Atherstone - Monday, Subscribers-only content

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    THE CH ASE. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. STAG HOUINDS. Her Majesty's-Tuesday, Burnham Beechy; Friday, New Lodge; at eleven. Petre's Ui-e Hon. P.-Tuesday, Ingatestone Hall; (at half-past eleven). Ward Union-Wednesday, Kilrue Gate; at one. Fox HOUNna. Atherstone-Monday, Stag's Head, Kirikby; Wednesday, Twycross; Subscribers-only content

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    BOXING NIGHT AT THE THEATRES.| The great Annual Festival of the Metropolis has passed gaily away with a greater amount of amusement afforded to a greater number of people than we have ever before been called upon to chronicle. Subscribers-only content

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    FOR LICE NSED VICTUALLERS. T'his page will mostly befovnd interesting to Licensed Victual- IrIS, and the operati oar of the 'UNITED TOWNS' ASSOCIATION AND~ LICENSED V5CTUALIOSRS' DEFENCE LEAGUE are pub- flrhed un dcv tleire oiii siiperintcidence. b~orough of Portsmouth Subscribers-only content

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    .TOWN EDITION. THE BRA OFFICE, SUNDAY, TwO A.M. LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. * (cREUTER'S TELEGRAMS.) 'FRANCE. LrrTanR OF COUNT WALRWSIHI TO THE EMPEROR. PARIS, MARCH 30.-Count Walewski has addressed a letter to the Emperor, in which he says:-" Personal differences, Subscribers-only content

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    LICENSED FOR VICTUALLERS. - - United Towns' Association and National Licensed Victuallers' Defence League. The following has been issued and circulated to the towns h connection with this Association:- "Birmingham, 29th March, 1869, 48, Paradise-street. "Dear Sir,-I beg to Subscribers-only content

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    BIRtflIS. CLEMENTS-On the 17th inst., at Birkeenhead, the wife of rI Clements, comedian, of a son. J DAWSON.-On the 10th inst., at the Fox, Paul-street, Pillsbury, the if of W. Dawson, of a daughter. qERIlY.-Oi the 22U inst., Adelaide, Subscribers-only content

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    FOR LICENSED VICTUALLERS. Wine and Beer-Houses Act (1869) Amendment Bill. Sir H. SELwIVN-IBBETSON, in moving the second reading of the Wine and Beer-houses Amendment Bill in the House of Commons, on Monday, expressed his regret that the return he Subscribers-only content

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    *HIE G E N E R A L STEA 1 NA VJ IGATION T COMPANY'S STiEAhI SH-IPS leave London, for H!61,BURG.-From off St. Katherine's Steam Wharf.-Every Wed- nesday and Saturday morning.-GIIANTON, LIBRA, BERLIN, JSARL O: ABERI)EENCOSNIOPOLITAN, METROPOLITAN, GERMANIA. anod Subscribers-only content

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    PRE R N A SO NRY. MASONS' HALL TAVERN, MASONS' AVENUE, CITY. The above old-estabhlbed TAVERN is NOW OPEN, Newly teol by Br. CHARLES GOSDEN, late Manager of the Free- 1W`STavevrn Company. Every AccommodatioiI will be found for Ledges, Subscribers-only content

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    THE ALHAMBIBRA RELIEF FUND. Per il. R. Paxton ...... 400 Sevoy Theatre-Momi- ing'Perforliance 242 5s.; W. S. Gilbert, 20; Arthur Sollivan 20; 11. D'Oly Carte, .0.. 302 Alhlammiifa Colimpaiy.. .. 2.0 Donation fresi Aetors' Benevoleict Funid.... 105 City Council, Subscribers-only content

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    LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ASYLUM. The ordinary half-yearly general court of the Licensed Vic- tuallers' Asylum was held on Monday, at the Asylum, Asylum- road, Old Kent-road, toreceivethe auditors' reportonthereceipts and disbursements during the past half-year, and also a report of Subscribers-only content

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    DEATH OF MR. C. W. THOMPSON. It is with very great regret we have to record the death of the above-named estimable gentleman, which took place at eight o'clock on Monday morning last, at his residence, the Clock House, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS.4 ,- I 1 ALL * -- A . j 1 -o HgR 110th BIRTHDAY.-At the Swansea Board of Guardians meeting on Friday, it was stated that Nurse Jones, an inmate of the workhouse, had reached her I 10th Subscribers-only content

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    I ; :I C S'TER DOG 4-Oit, - .J ',2 a ~ j._ . , i ,- 5 . If . 1 On Tuesday an d Wednesday 4ast a sueceasiuli sow of dogs-swas held at Bicester, in a aspeciou Subscribers-only content

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    J'UI 'SDA Y's 130 STI. LONDON, MONDAY, OCT. 3. The Paris Papers of Saturday, including some dated yes- terday, have been received, but there is very little hi them worth translatiig. The disturbance at Netifchatel, which was of a Subscribers-only content

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