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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HELYNTION GLANAU TEGID. sY Nos Inu, wythnos i'r diweddaf, yn yr yetafell ber. lie thynol i gapel Tegid Place. cynhaliwyd te parti o ii' aelodautri nen bedwar o ddosbarthiadau o fercbed ieuainc a arferent ymgynnll yD y lie uchod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTrS. ENGRAVED ITERAIRY PUBLICATIONS. No. 2.-MANSION AND GARDEN OF W ITE-iKNtGHTfS. 'AMONX the most zestful enjoymenis of our existence there are none eqatI to that wh lich is conferred by the tnre- served cordial attachment of the best Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    URIIYIAL CLARENCE B y D iP ROPECTUS for BIJ3TILOING a NEW BRIDGCE, ACRSS the 'AISfrom Chotch street, Lambeth, to the HIorseferry road, Westminster. PATRON. H4is Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence, l(.G. who has condescended to express his approbation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNIVERSITY OF LONDON. NOT~CE is HEREBY GIVEN, That the fol- -9 5aeiOS classical Subjects have been selected for E rsainatior in tbi Uns''rsityrt vijt.n ,n Examination in 1815: Ffoe r iarHiculetOnrabillaH Book 11. VEO(~L-GeorgICS1 Boork IV. f i k Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COAss XXVI1-Nasaufactures in Mineral Sub- tces used jar Building or Decoration, as ir Marble, $late, orphYies Cements, Artificial Stones, rc. 1asirbeli, the Cas4lcre, Rome, a table in Roman mosaic pemidoff. Messrs Russia, malachite manufactured into various articles of furniture Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE DAIRY TN CIIESHIRE. ,,l1.1e.i.. .fl~pii of landlowlxs andi feunitrv v no An influelitiol maetin% of landlords and tenantry was spt helda at the Chester Tlown IHall on Sainrday-Lord Comsher- mn sr.cr prc3lding-to form a dairy associatiolt for Cheshire.-a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTnG ItTELLIGEXCM 04 RACING, NOT45. *Thie attendance was a good one at -Newmarket this after- er noon, but of coarse it could noat conpr ihtaa~ atr g say. Thei Middlo Park Plate brought out DI good field, ,b and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [F or r-gmaintder of sSales by Aueti~nt d'c v S"~ ________ 12_and_61] SALES BY AUCTION. IlruehtO-e blate Mr. E. SEE31TON, ESR.THO A &B TT I will Sell by M AuctiOO at ithc above Works nTU DAY NEXT, June itenorratly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO AMUSEMENTS THEATRE ROYA.'L, BIR11MINGIA'M. LASrT WrRK oF T1lE SEASON. To-rtor-rrr an bring tine Wok t 7-30. 1]{IMMA & LE'ZE'S CO0MPANTY, Ln the N's (op'etA'in t'lt25J.YTC"AAr PRTNGCE OF -A.iS TH-EATRE. BPO ATD *JJ'.'&N'Y DIC(K:" Itr'nT-X TA'r ~nsd FRIDAY, "Tltt4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    711001 !,q ir r- t.-tt ttĀ¶ s~,c-atPage 8s -Ftt NH X P s .i*:A11. 1: T: . ,T 1- .cl tee . - t e lW'U e tejee. .EIY~,2TVeo .oi-i [ /T 7 t'XA., .X teTPAiTCE. Sb. Al' 2101 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P{TBLTO AMUSEMEN-1TS 01' WALES, T-'1EATRE, B3ROAD ,~fi Pt! ol C,-:'of Wv. .1. SCANLAkN. -"V'4-' " Ny k 1' 1'c-liiy is Always or "1 '~~~'~~ Is o:emcrils Ily. yoterolriosL-. and his ?r~5TI'T littlf' t: l-T-ND." Mr. F. ROLLA PAL- (1_' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PFTBLL10 ANUS-EXENTS 3RN 'C' OF NVA-L FS T1EATEE, BROADO P TTU ^ - . ' ltOTtA1 511.N'R supprt.sl by !itr. O:OIJX,;1s ZAi.A.M.t-s. d; s oURA M -ON. and Powerful nt 7.30.-MIr. JDrasma ':T'Ii. t'NI;N( I~St 7 Ricer hlyst>.5 *'oncluding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIO AIAUSEMENTS P RINCE OF WALFS TillEATRE, BROAD . STRE.IT.-A.: ' leDSWXN 5 I.NI." rn*pnrte bF Mr. ROLL4) SAI:A Ml:S.(N,%ni1 'Otl. attr wPrrfui; lonta:ny. Tbos'r- ijvtw;t uil (. _1 f 1.,t1 d by 'er. .rir Ligs.ht, GRAND 'vHEATRC.Tc,-',-r - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADD?RESSES- C- XT RE AL rti'x Tiofi R POTECTED y T'fltahiefuuLlT''flitESiIi) \L1T REGbAL I5~It4CLUIat rAti'ES tQZtNE in WATERt. SUPPLIES A i'ALTE REGAL L,_1.ilhFiiSllNtt _Ai?PlT1StXG. oI ALT REGCAL All wyho valu their Health and Comfort 0 ~~73 w~~ill ordsa grive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRESSES. SALE. SALE. SALE. SPECIAL NOTICE. 6T!. 3A.1INCTIESTER WAREHOUSE COMPANY HAVE NOW MADE FUPTHER EIEDUCTIONS IN THE PRICES c' ril E tlM.U1NON 'PORTION- O1' TII.IR STOCK, IN ORDER TO CLEAR AS MUCH As POSSI:B]L PREVIOUS TO T'll; ALITERATIONS AND Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LATEST NEWS. (By Elcdric Telgrapeh.) Offices, Temple Bsuildings, NeW streeht IMPORTANT FROM INDIA. FALL OF LUCKNOW. CAPTURE OF THE PALACES. FLIGHT OF THE REBELS. GOVERNMENT TELEGRAM. ALEXANDRIA, April 3rd. The Candia steamer arrived at Suez yesterday froml Calcutta. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BOMBAY MAIL. THE TAKING OF LUCKNOW. We have received advices from Bombay, dated March 24, in anticipation of the Overland Mail. The following is from the Bombay Times:- HEADS OF INTELLIGENCE. The whole of Luoknow was in our Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    El Lit EffOropulis. DLTEr oF MiW. J. j CH APIcN.-We regret to announce the death of this gentleman, well known for many years past as a partner ill the important eonomerciol firm of Chaplin and Horne, an& later as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Uply for addreea at the Della P05t Offier," mneana that perdonal Sp. PRcationinuot be made at tU& 01110e. Addreas eapital letter and numbes?,.Offleoof the Daily Peei,' meniag iihat apptcation fluit be -aede by letter, and in no other way. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1pact'es answering Adertisements in the Daily Post moat do no in tbG& following manner:- T MILLINERS-WANTED. experienced MILLINER4, to work Ton the Premi~eBr-Apply between Ton and Eleven, to Jonee and Willie, Temple Row H iouse o210 8 p TAILORS.-WANTED, Subscribers-only content

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