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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aub 4digialls. ECCLESIASTICAL QUESTIONS IN PARLIAMEINT. The motions on going into Committee of supply on Friday night necessitated another postponement of the committee on the Burials Bill, which is now put down for the 28th inst. The rising of Subscribers-only content

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    DEVON COUNTY SCHOOLS. The annual distribution of prizes of the Devon County School took place on Tuesday at West Bukliland, by the Very Rev. Dr. Longley, Archbishop of Canterbury. There were a large number present, amnongst whom were Earl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEVONSHIRE. PltmO-TH Election.- The London Gazette of Friday publishes the warrant of the Speaker of the House of Commons for the election of a member to fill the vacancy caused by the elevation of Lord Valletort to the House Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEVONSHIRE, &c. Devonshire Fiosvcultueal Society The cxbibi- r° n .i v elywas he,don Th«"«dey last, in the Castle Yard, Exeier. under handsome marquees. There was a very respectable attendance; and Pinney's fine band kept up the animation of tbe Subscribers-only content

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    STANNARIES OF CORNWALL. -*► (Before E. Smirke, Esq., Vice- Warden.) The November sittings of the court commenced on , Wednesday. Bayly v. Wheal Norris United Mining Company, Limited. - Mr. F. Hearle Cock (for Mr. S. Carter, solici tor), Subscribers-only content

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    Trades' unions, 1867

    is Enqu iry, the Sheffield Foreign Affairs Committee wrote to the Colonial Secretary, Mr. Cardwell , telling him that his object was not to further the ends of justice, but to thwart them, and shield the guilty criminals. That Subscribers-only content

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