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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I DEATH OF THE REV. SYDNEY SMITH. I The Rev. Sydney Smith died, we much regret to say, on Saturday evening, between the hours of eleven and twelve, at his house, Green street, Mayfair. The country has lost in Subscribers-only content

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    Just published, price 8s. cloth, SIR FRANCIS CHANTREY, R.A. Recollections of his Life, practice, and Opinions. By GsoRorn JONES, RA. Edward Moxon, Dover street. This day is published, in frap. 8r0, cloth, 6&. 6d. ]LINES and LEAVES: Poems. By Subscribers-only content

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    19 Holles street. WITH THE NEW YE AP, Subscriptions are commenced at BULL'S LIBRARY, entitling Subscribers to the Percsal of ALL the Ew andi STANDARiD WORKS, and a Bomus of Twn G cincas worth atthe end. This is one Subscribers-only content

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    This day is published, 8vo, 2s. 6d. THE NONENTITY of the ROMISH, SAINTS and the INANITY of ROMAN ORDINANCES By the Rev. Dr Hooi, Vicar of Leeds. John Murray, Albemarle street. Ready on the 14th of January. New Edition Subscribers-only content

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    BY ORDER OF THE LORDS COMMISSIONERS OF THE ADMISPIALTY. On January Ist was published, post 8vo, 2s. 6d. TrIE ROYAL NAVY LIST. Contain- 1ing all the Recent Promotions and Appointments. John Murray, Albemarle street (Publisher to the Admiralty). -This Subscribers-only content

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    HNGLISH WORDS DERIVED FROM THE LATIN AND GREEK. In l1mo, 23. 6d. cloth, a new Edition of THE STUDENT'S MANUAL: being T all Etymological and ExplanatoryVocabulary of Words ,derived from the Greek. By R. H. BLACK, LL.D. By the Subscribers-only content

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    New Burlingtonstreet, February 8, 185. MR BENTLEY WILL IMMEDIATELY PUBLISH THE FOLLOWING NEW WORKS. 1. THE NOMADES OP THE WEST; Or, Elten Clayton. A Romance of Canada. By S. D. IGoflr. 3 vols. post 8vo. [O. n Monday next. Subscribers-only content

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    CONTINENTAL TRAVELLERS' COMPANION. This day, Third Edition price is. neatly bound, THeE FRENCH PROMPTER; Tl aComplete Hand-Book of Conversation, for the use of Families, Iravellers on the Continent, Teachers, and Stlt- dents. MoBy ns. Lm PAGE, Author of IL'Echo Subscribers-only content

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    "Familiar in their Mouths as HOUSEHOLD WORDS," SHANSPIER. On Saturday, March 30, will be published, price 2d. or stamped for post, 3d. (also in Monthly Parts), No. I OF HOUS EH0LD 1 T)W ORD S. ,a Methip Bournas, DESIGNED Subscribers-only content

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    MR BENTLEY'S LIST. THE NEW HISTORICAL ROMANCE. In 3 vols. post eve, MR WILKIE COLLINS'S A NTONINA For notices of this popular Romance, see The Athenreum, Tbe Spectator, The Ixeminer, The Sunday Times. The John Bill, The Observer, TheWeekyChronileThe Subscribers-only content

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    MR BENTLEY'S NEW PU BLI CAT IONS. THE WAYS OF THE HOUR; A Romance. By J. FaN 550RE COOP ER, Author of I'The Pilot,';I The Pathfinder,' &c. 3 vols. Post aOo. [Publisheod this day. 2. THE LIFE OF H.R.H. Subscribers-only content

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    THIRD SERIES. Early in August will be published, in 1 vol. sqaIre Oo'n Svo, .SOUTHEY'S COMMONPLACE BOOK. L Edited by Mr Souttley's Son-ij-Law, tble Rev. JOnN Woor WArTER, 8.D. THIRD Ssales, being ANALYTICAL READINGS, and forming a Volusme complete Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. A Kemoir of - the Reverend Sydney Sm1ith. By his Daughter, Lady Holland. With A Selection from hi, Letters, edited by Mrs Austin. 2 Vols. Longuian and Co. [SECOND NOTIOC.] For a hundred and fifty years Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. The fee system is to be abolished a t the Globe Theatre. The Catholic Total Abstinence Union of Amnerica has 75,000 members. In Sweden, as c!Eewhere, the manufactureaof margarine is constantly increasing. A subscription has been opened in Subscribers-only content

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    C:SYDNBr aMfT. - j &J,4...a. Ja.. Although the bright story told by Lady Ffolland of the career of her gifted father has been supplemented by numberless allusions to " the witty Canon " in the pages i of contemporary Subscribers-only content

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    THE SCARCITY OF HARES. Ws, ('Daiy Teiegrapty are told in an interesting and instructive article. " r-pon Hunting;, which appeared in the last number of the E? irgleqh- R&eview, that, since the passing, in I 880, of the Ground Subscribers-only content

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    COURT AND FASHION. His Royal Highness Prince Albert, attended by Colonel Boss- *erie, visited Mr. Cubitt's manufactory, near the Vauxhall- road, on Friday morning. Her Majesty and Prince Albert, at- tended by the Marchioness of Douro, the Hon. Miss Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. P. 1-. . Tier Majesty left the new Palace on horseback shortly before one o'clocl on Monday afternoon, attended by Baroness Lehzen, Earl of Uxbridtge, the Hon. Colonel Cavendish, and Sir Frederick Stovin, and passed from St. James's Subscribers-only content

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    CLERICAL. PREPERMEBNTi. Rev. J. N. Garland, to St. James rectory, Jamaica. Rev. F. J. Manning, to Christ Church curacy, Broadway, Westminster. Rev. W. A. Neville, to be chaplain and superintendent of morals of the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Ireland; patrons, Subscribers-only content

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    ClOOD PORT WINE, £16 per quarter cask. Excellent Sherry, £15 and £17 per ditto. Port and Sherry 108. 6d., P.s., and 13s. 4d. per gallon. Fine Brandy, 17s. Gd., 0ls., and 24s. (pale or brown), per gallon. Best Cordial Subscribers-only content

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