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    Index, W, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    Index W W Waddall , John, tenant of a messuage in St. James's parish, 371. Wade , [George ] , major general, regiment of foot, 91, 734; regiment of horse, 502. -, John, clerical fee due to, 97. Wadeson British History Online

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    G-22 '~2IT D a -WeAbN ToEn. PERS ASy419ho uNdrStnd the 11 hce = o 2 dd hi;eSand roe- P throuhlYundroitudthe Trsde,-AppIF to Simseon Houned 34 -und II aDie S-x-rine SV~7AVDRF~-APPly toM.Whl V M~anevr, Sooth Wales iHotel, New Milford, 0ol72 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    S A T U RDA V ' S^ PLAY. ASSOCIATION. ENGLISH CUP fiNAi. QUAuyviNu Round. Division 1. v. o. Middlesbrough 3 Bishop Auchland 1 Division 2. Workington 1 Soulhport Central .. 1 Division 3. Barnsley- St. Peters 3 Worksop Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FOOTBALL, Tour of the Corinthians.- Having won their two Association matches in Ireland, the Corinthians are no- visiting Scoiland, and yesterday at Stirling they en- countered the King's Park team. Twice the Coi inthians held the lead, but having Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FOOTBALL. ♦ The Scottish association Challenge Cup.- Subjoined is the result of the third round in the competition for the Challenge Cup of Scotland :- Glasgow, Dumbartonshire, and Stirlingshire : Partick Thistle beat Alloa Athletic, Cowlairs beat >orthern. Queen's Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MR. OLIPHANT, M.P., AT STIRLING. A few evetings since Mr. Laurence Oliphant, M.P., addressed a large meeting of his constituents in the Union | Hall, Stirling. Provost Mi-rrie occupied the chair, and, ir. introducing Mr. Oliphant, spoke in eulogistic Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ARRANGEMENTS FOR THIS DAY. Venice at Olympia- lmre Kiralfy's grand spectacular dramr " Venice : The Bride of the Sea,'* ami a beautiful reDlica o\ Modern Venice, Hue art gallery, gondola concerts, <_jc., twicv daily. Doors open at twelve Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    £alf* by ,2Uriimt. Engravings after Sir E. Landseer, the Property of the late E. R. Harrison, Esq.. and from various private sources MESSRS. CHRISTIE. MANSON, and WOODS respectfully give notice that tbey will BELL. by AUCTION, at tnur Great Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    GOLF. THE LADIES CHASIPIO-\3UIP. Thas annual competition was continued at -Joyiake yesterday in glorious weather. -_y-ou3ist_dof.hesecoudaodthii-l.l_aU- the former in the morning and the latter in the afternoon. Scratch- iligg somewhat reduced the field, Mrs. Stanley _tul»b_ (of Barnaul Downs), Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Daily Post, FRIDAY JANUARY 15 1731

    Not Afted this SeaIn. By Mir Mairljy'fs Company of Comedians, I T the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, *A tbis iecnt Fridal being the s5th Day of January, iull be prelented a Phy, call d, The SPANISH FRYAR: OR, The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Post Man and the Historical Account, FROM TUESDAY AUGUST 6 TO THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1700

    tram the Saton Cazn' at Thobafdozffbefore Rigi, July 29. Eflerday the King took a review of his Forces, and all things being in a readinefs for our pafling the River, a Detachment 'of -Dragoozis and Tartna was fent over Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Post Man and the Historical Account, FROM TUESDAY AUGUST 6 TO THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1700

    iem the Salon Cams ai Thoiufdouffbefire Riglv July 29. Y -Er erday the King took a review bf his Forces, andall things being in a readinefs for oyar palling the River, a Detachment o -I)ragoons and TDrtier was feat Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Weekly Journal or British Gazetteer, SATURDAY MAY 30 1730

    The Remainder of this valuable Trag Jfa be fent yoo at anotlher Opportireya. HOME AFFAIRS. Be/fon in New-England, Feb. 2S. This Day a Proclamation .as pub- iiih'd by the Hon. Wm. Dumrner, Efq; Lieut. Governor and Com- mander in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Westminster Journal or New Weekly Miscellany, SATURDAY MARCH 26 1748

    PUBLIC AFFAIRS: Or, Thou HISTORY of EUROPE. T feems to be now pretty well confirmed that Prince J- Repnin will refume the Command of the Ruffian Auxiliaries, who advance with more Expedition than fome late Accounis left us Room Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Preliminary report from Her Majesty's Commissioners on Agriculture., 1881

    AGlHCULTlUtK COMMISSION : SECOND expired that lisul already been granted under your DAY. system, and wlien those leases expired you have been able to raise the rents, and whether in fact the farms ,,,^rri/ are worth more now ?— Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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