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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROMl' THE LONDON GAZETTE. ut'esday, July 15. War Dcnprtmermt, Pallmall, July 1.5.-Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards: Lieat. lad Capt. and Brevet-Lieut.-Col. C. G. Ellison to be Capt. and Lieut.-Col., without purclase, ice the Hon. A. F. Foley, promoted. Admiralty, Subscribers-only content

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    rARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT. 110 U1SJS OF LORDS. The Lord Chancellor took his seat on th3 Woosaack at a quarter past four o'clock. BILLS. The Intermediate Education (Wales) Bill the Settled t Land Bill, Judicial Faoctors (Scotland) kll, and the Subscribers-only content

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    BmRMINGHAM COUNTY COURT.--YSTEiLDAY. BEFORE nIn. J. MOTrrERADI, Q0., JUDGE. APPLICATION TO COmMIT A DEBTOiu-Messra. W illiam Garbett and Thomas Young, of Old Wharf, Paradise Street, coal merchants, applied on a judgment sumimonsi for the coimnittal of Frederick C. Hart, Subscribers-only content

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    | PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT. he HOUSE, OF LORDS. Th Lord Chaincellor took his scat on thre woolzacik at ~ alf-Past four o'clock. 0 'WOLVERHAMP'TON aoirWoRATION BILL. 8 OntheOMotionioftie DukeofB]Cts:TlNC 11AM and 01TAND08 -a the order made on the 3rd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANUSEMXTS. T{ TE1S (LO. NGf t Night But One). at 7.0 MR. I. C. ARNOLD'S COMPAWY in the Great Drury Lou. Dramatic Suros "A MILLION OF MONEY." On TvzsDAv 5 December 13. Amnatear Performanuce by the now attlionRoyl Wavid~leRcgimens, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "ONE LESSON OF A STRIKE." The following letter appears in The Record of the 22nd inst.:-" The story of the dosing of Castle Eden Colliery merits notice as an object lesson in new trades unionism and its results. Castle Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZET1EE FRIDAY, July 18. BANKRUPTS. pr e lZ the 3feelinsgs of Commissionerss in l1iddllesex are held at Use co 6 f~Cosmissioncra' Court, Baszeallat-s3treet. London. fa .e CHICHESTERt Gcorge Augastus Hlamilton, of York-bulildings, Adel- . phi, Commission agent, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZgTTE, Tuesday, Oct. 21. __ - .r AX w~~~w u U 4 .01, 1 LVcoLVL&U, Vrl.. _ I.._. rIS BANKNRUPTS. le Notice of Adjudications and First Meeting of Creditors. WC To surrender at the Bankrupts' Court, London. be Subscribers-only content

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    T.RBE COnlU. DATION Ob' CANTER! CONVOCATION OP' CANTERBURY. da Convocation of the Province of Canterbury eat this rj week. A report was Presented in thes Lower House On mla ithe relations between Cnurch and State, Containing reso- the lutions Subscribers-only content

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    B E NG E R'S FOR INFANTS, CUTILWIcit. AND INVALM& GOLD MIEDAL UEZALTU EXHIBITION. LONDON. flEtICIOUS8, NUTRITIVE. DIGESTIBLE. Jfedieal Record says:-` Retained when all other foods get J., Tine, isld,. Is. 64-. 5t. and jog., of Chemists, a--. Everywhttft. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. CHELMSFORD, JuLy 15.-The annual meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society of England was formally opened this morning i this the county town of Essex, and all classes of inhabitants have vied with each other in giving Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SrLECTIONS FROM THE SERMONS AND POEMS Of tilc late Rev. T. E. HANKINSON, M.A., V Of Corpus Christi College. Cambridge, and Minister of ~S. jjattjlhv's Chapel, Denmark Hill, Camberwell. It. Pq proposed to publish Two uniform Volumes of A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COPY OF RETURNS. LA [Pursuant to 7 and 8 Vic., cap. 82.] 9 NAME OF FIRM. THE LEICESTERSHIRE BANKING COMPANY. Persons of whom tho Company or Partnernship onsists- Name, Residence, Occupation.. f Agar William, Leicester, gentleman Sl Allen John, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEICESTERSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. in The annual exhibition in connection with thle Leicester- 'j shire Agricultural Society, with which ise associated the C all once famous Sparkenkhoe Farmers' Club and the Waltham 11 le. Agricultural Society, was opened on Tuesday, Subscribers-only content

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    COPY OF RETURNS. %jw. ~~~~~~~ -- BUM~~1~te [rursuant to 7 and 8 Vic., cap. 32.] Bran, Bates NAME OF FIRM. Barou SAMUEL SMITH & CO. Brow persons of whom the Company or Partnership consists. Bow( Name, Residence, and Occupation. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COPY OF RETURN. luff ~~Pursuant to 7 and 8 Vic., cap. 82, di- NAME OF FIRM. lid THE MANCHESTER AND LIVERPOOL DIS- Lan TRICT BANKING COMPANY. id Persons of whom the Company or Partnership Consists. ne, Name. Christian Name. Subscribers-only content

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    THE DERBY GAS COMPANY. 0. ~e The half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the se Derby Goa and Coke Company wan held at the Offices in jl 1hFriar-gate on Satu~rday Fit noon. Mr:;George Gaseloyne, : ie chairman of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I SHARDLOW BOARD OF GUARDIANS. Ad At the usual. fortnightly meeting of this Board, beld on at Monday, there were present:-Mr. E. Sutton, J.P. (in the ri- chair), Revs. H. C. 'P. Jones, N. Madan, J. Wadharn. and n- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o4flosiatical 6 PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. be tei (From the Gul-'rdian.) Rev. Jolmston Tramiltton Achoesm, M.A,, rector of St. Peter's, in Chister ebipilnin to the High Shler iff of Cheshire, Mr. Jame ToLukiiiorr, o0 Wi.liiigtgOi Hall, ''arporicy. Rev. Jamnes ikiigtoinl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CASE OF. SUPPOSED INFANTIOCDE | I IN DERBY. THE; INQUEST. At the Town Hall on Monday the Borough Coroner '(Mr. J. Close) resumed an Inquest. upon the body cf a newly-born female child, the~ illegitimate daughter of Mary Subscribers-only content

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