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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BEAUTIES OF MISS FANNY KEMBLE'S JOURNAL. HER FATHER WITH AN AIR LIKE THE DUKE OF -. "My father stepped up to him with an air like the Duke of -, and returning his coarse, curiously folded note to him, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edo d flit umtth* Home Notes. By command of the Queen, a Levee was held on Monday at St James's Palace, by his Royal Higlness the Prince of gales on behalf of Her Majesty. About two hundred pre. sentations Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sattst EMS. ST tXtcrtfl AND INRNATIONAL COM;PA'S TeLtEPR Offices, Temple Building, New Street. OPENING OF THE FRENCH CHAMBERS. [Special .Exp'crsZ Times Daqpateh5] FArIs, Monday, January 18, 3.30 p.m. The Emperor opened the Chambers to-day. The commencement of his speech Subscribers-only content

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    Qt VrOblas. DEATH OF A POLITICAL REFORMER. -On Tuesday, Robert Baird died at Pitt Street. The deceased was a near relative of a Scottish historic character, being the brother of Baird, of Hardie and Baird, executed at Stirling in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE WAR IN AMERICA. THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON. The Charlerton Cozurier says :-"Tho attention of hbuse. keepers and. citizena generally is directed to the -notioe recommending that a constant supply of water be kept on hand to extinguish the Subscribers-only content

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