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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE. ~ivAT TmnA' AA URIV Nhl)U si sat~rilly, 0th Kensingt4n Music Sol1001-an editic9 T1!5 >Ioerasble size and some architectural preten. Of -is to be Opeled slhortly after Easter, leaving sior3q'liitC funds for inaintaininc its operations the 0lectcd nfterrwards. The Subscribers-only content

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    - I GLEANINGS. The Lord Chancellor has appointed Mr. J. P. Buiwer, Q.C., to be a Master in Lunacy. Dr. Swainsan, Master of. Ohrist's College, dftdred uponh office as Vice.Ohancellor of Cambridge University yester- day. The death is announced Subscribers-only content

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    GLRtAINIGS The Home Secretary has sanctioned the formation of a borough police for Eastbourne_ Hugh Orr, Aged 73, of Belfast, shot himself dead on Monday with a double-barrelled gun. p The Duke of Argyll has had a relapse, but Subscribers-only content

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    k1SUrELLiqxoUS WARITS (countd) S'I ~iSA i0T~ER Bndie. .OOakliqurs.- alsoi Lacks. Address s,-w~caTISTSBig atheWork P~oingan Turning, Wanted 'C'5T5AluerjPrOertye~tl be ladof addition-a Rents Ii t Colec. Hghet reeronee - ddr, J. 14, Daily t~f'-iOOMProd o Iubbsh f ay iescidou Removred by Subscribers-only content

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    SITUMIfONI8 VACANT t Caries Odvyof Tegivwr~otia& to be serw4 &CCOUTANT-LFIRKWanted. thoroughl experienced in book-keping.bmsthe first.class teatimoulala: mson tsained in wholesaleygocery or wholesale drapery cOuaiing house prered.* -Address. 183 Daily Post.c3 APFHRFUTICE-CLEPRx Wanted, welt-educated. import and ez- AM port Machinery. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IkUSIOAL INTRT~U)! TS (--id). t~~total iis-_25 Constitution ilL. 'RD tlout C Pianofrte; warranted 10 years; F`! d~eone-year. _£411.IL.-25, Consttution1 Hill only. T'lH16Brinsinead trichordCottoge PianOfOrte.- 14. Montbl~f; total cost £13. lo&-Joseph Riley and Sons, Constitution Hill. 'JOILNBroadwood and Sons' Cottage Subscribers-only content

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    BE: TUMfONS VACANT (eosfd. ta fe~ or a few wekL-p 17 NrW OficOlco j ONF MO M-FpeienedWorkman Rqie.in BlelfastC -Aplysta~ngwags sd bast employer. to J. cGor.0e eenJ CNOkR.TftADE..-Carter Wanted: must be used to the trade.- JOltborrow, Achdel.RCadMAsfit ~ Inspegecr. Subscribers-only content

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    HORSESl, aAs.MGES, &c., FOR SALE (contd.) ANDDA lcanoe-shalsedl, excellent condition; painted blue, and L o stnelines. Price £3&-dCacnichacl. Butts, w orcester. cIS9i -F~iKDAUn'TE(Feeder); good condition; city plates, to. dintnt instaucs Wallis, Fredrick Pae se Xrroomiy Four-wheeler (leather hood), forming Subscribers-only content

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    MSOELLANEOUS WANT (coadd.) U~ates oer wo frms eiter ogeter r separate; 58 Wanted; witi 4mlso Biriga L5flTN oLt-43acresi of the bet Prrdg n Raibt shooing n th cout ;asy rivi g ditance from city.-Ad. sizel)..larnc Wntd in goodshoner tafo; Subscribers-only content

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    'MAC ANDTOOLS FOR SALE (wand,) 5 mr~sa~ke. Can be seen rA work.- riN 515B Ruontalkwith Or Without conlesc.Wll Md jjpF m turns out 5 o6 oe e bni~r. Also, Turnmover ~t&qffwEn's pat-nt. Pie£1thlo.Can is' seen at work fo few Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE.--AY 8. THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS 1883 AN'D 1890. fl THE RECEIVING ORDERS. F, ANNY HARRIETT HAWAeD, CawSton, Norfolk, grocer Ad and draper. lef JoaN loPJAR nv, Victoria Street, Bury St. Edmunds. I FLORENCE EJARZASETit trcHA L -CON Corporation Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. LEEDS. g'170"'S SURGEON..OnI Monday, Mr. 1k1 and dr. ,raven were elected surgeons for the township of Ldeedls reheeosuing year. WVe understand that some alterations Ar~cfItendedl wfith respect to the distribution of medicine to Ipoor, which are likely Subscribers-only content

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    II At St. Lconard's, the Lady of Lord Haddo. of a daughter. IV ad On the 30th cit., at Banagher, Ireland, Mrs. Henry Renton, NV Lof a sors. he rig 2ji t&I'ttCTJ. it On Thursday, at St. Mary's, Whitbly. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BRADFORD. PETITION AGAINST MR. WlcoEr~s.' Liberal Committee, on Motnday last, camne to the resolution to with. draw their PetIition atia iet.S M r. Wbickham. A rioito Ia boon made by Air. 'Wickhaim'e comloittee that the petitions tt against the Subscribers-only content

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    T H LEAST NIGHT BUT THBtEE of Tho HiO LORN COMP ANY, in the Great Draa ofc " BEEIIND THE CURTAIN." Ntew sod 3legniilcent Sen~ery by Telbin, Calgat, and hicks. Box 0fjio open from 12 to 3. floors open Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OTTERNEWTON CHAPEL-In conseqluence of P some mistale. the Rev. w. ASTrON (the Missionanr annuounced to deliver tin afDre"C cannot be in Leeds this Crossing, antI the AIEETING, theCtfor,. WILL NOT BIE HELD, (1 l007 (I 7DLE 'WESLEYAN CHAPEL BAZAAR. Subscribers-only content

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    itel3..,Look Bridge, Bochdala BleaJiiwSpringf. d, Idle xflahe~l I JamTes, I ln 3gor Jhn Legnel ilaIgm -la , Iredfold r=yeo Johnll 13 , saoe tee, cedo r,{~rnaen ~aoaaflreo1ane, Thornton, Mithel B. BolcylanrBowling, Bradford M ra IT. F., Horton Hdouse. Etrdrord Subscribers-only content

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    : I YOR1K$IRE- LAMBLES. TimOOGH THPu, W STERN L3EVE or THE WOWDS. A week after the previous ramble-we were careerng E over tbb levet distrift between Leeds ind AsL. Beautiful t an the.nountrty then tocked9 itwa more vharbiig atillo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAIL AND SHIP NEWS. ,- - . , - . - I ~~~(REITrTIvc's TELZGn.&s9s., % :ffAns:t. LThursrdaY-The Anehor, Lies steamer HInpartim, from.' Bomblay for Liverpool, arrived here to-day.-. BAITA&VIA. Thurday..-T'rbcsueenslandldinje tsamer Merkaea, from- London, left hers to-day for Brisbaaee.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YORKSHIBLE ITEMS. I i.. Lockwooij, Q.0., has been .euthpsiastioauy accelsted by the Libelials of York as cne of their candi- dates At the general election. A Church bazaar at Barnoldswick has reslised £6a9, and the masnagers will be able Subscribers-only content

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