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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Tn Illinois the mariage of cousins has been declared illegal West Australian politics are largely in the hands of the medical profession. The Government coffee harvest in Java will amount this year to 531,870 picols. King 3iilan's stud Subscribers-only content

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    LIBERAL CA.THOLICISM CONDEMNED. RrIAnTE TUDGEINT IESU: (BEDIENCE TO AUTHORI. JOINT PASTORAL CF CARDML;' lAND- ROMA&N CATHOLIC BISHOPS. Cardinal Vaughan and: all the English Catholic Bishops issue to-day, being the Feast of the Marty-red St. Thomas of Canterbury, a joint Subscribers-only content

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    IRISII PACKET STATION. IMPROVEMENT 'OF TTlE PORT OF OA.LWAY-DEPUTAA- TIO TO THIE.EARL OFI ])El~tly. ON Friday, at two o'clock, one of the most numerous and influential deputations ever assembled from Ireland waited upon the Earl of Derby, at his Subscribers-only content

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    & sflgious l The London Guardian says-" We are requested by )Ir. Willis ProbylL Nevins, of Cheltenham, to an- ,;unce that he has left the Church of Bome." The R1ev. F. Soltbate. a Kent ish clergyman, speak- ing of Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHOLERA. ENGLAND AND WALES. Return of deaths from cholera and diarrboea, reported to the General Board of Health yesterday, October 22, 1819, from the Superintendent Registrars' district: Aylstam (Eynsford district), Newark, c. 2. l diarrhbsu 1. Newcaitle-on-Tyne (Byker), Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCIAL AXVD MARKETS PRODUCE. MrNCING-LAW8, DEC. 6. SOUAEt.-The market has opened with an improved ap. pearance, and a large amount of business has been done chiefly at a shade advance. 860 libdo. of West India sold, including Barbadoes, at Subscribers-only content

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    AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. Norwich, JOSIAH FLETCHER, Upper Haymarket. Attleburgh, Jas. Muskett Ely, R. Edwards Beccles, W. Grimwade Fakenham, C. Stewardson Bungay, W. Dyball Gazeley, J. Wilson Bildeston, AI. A. Johnson Hadleigh, 11. Hardacre Botesilule, E. Dobson Halesworth, T Subscribers-only content

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    AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER. JionwlCH, JOSIAH FLETCHER, Upper Haymarket Attleburgh, Jas. Muskett , Ely, R. Edwards ]hcclis, W.Grimwade | Fakenham, C. Stewardson Bung«'J> W. Dyball I Gazeley, .1 . Wilson I'Mision, M. A. Johnson i Hadleigh, 11. Hardacre Boieidale, Subscribers-only content

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    AGENTS FOR THIS PAfER. Norwich, JOSIAU FLETCHER, U TP tr Haymarket. Attleburgh, Jas. Muskett Ely, R. Edwards Berries, W. Grimwade Fakeuham, C. Stewardson Bungay, W. Dyball Gazeley, J. Wilson BildesUm, M. A. Johnson Hadleigh, 11 . Hardacre Botesdale, E. Subscribers-only content

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    AGENTS FOII THIS PAPER. JOSIAU FLETCHER, Upper Haymarhet. Krih,3*a> Muskett Ely, R. Edwards f ./,< V,. _ir«tt*adb Patennam, C. Stewardson ?'•." ' \V. Oyball Gazeley, J, Wilson hf ;; jr. A. Johnson Hadleigh, H. Hardacre !',.,,(• _. Dobson I Subscribers-only content

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    Witchford, in the Isle of Ely. THE Reverend the Dean and Chapter of Ely are ready to granta concurrent Lease of the Farm of the Rec- tory of Witchford aforesaid, for a Term of Twenty-one Years, commencing from the Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. On the 17th inst., at Eastbrook House, Dover, the lady of M. C. Cotton, Esq. of a son and heir. On the 19th inst., at the Rectory, Market Weston, Mrs. Henry Thomas Wilkinson, ofa son. MARRIED. On the Subscribers-only content

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    ESSEX. MARRIED. On the 2nd inst., at Great Totham, Mr. James Fro3t. timber merchant, of that place, to Ellen, daughter of Mr. Joseph Denney, builder, of CoggeshalL On the 2nd inst., at the Friends' Meeting-house, Spalding, AVilliam Marriage, of Subscribers-only content

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    The Rev c. G. Gretton Townsend, M.A., formerly ot Clare-college, Cambridge, has been instituted to the Rectory of Little Braxted, Essex. Lssex Agricultural Association. - At a meeting or the Committee of this Association, held at Chelms- ior-f_°i I Subscribers-only content

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    „ OXFORD, June 5. honour bcnooL op Natural Science. W S SH& P * m k r s°, E - V - Freeman, Brasenosa SF E^r a d';Kebie Balllol * * ™fi? Kabl * J. RichmSrivgS' 9 F - Subscribers-only content

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    ESSEX. MARRIED. On the 22nd ult., at Claughton, Birkenhead. Abthub Edward Dakin, of Claughton, eldest son of Daniel Dakin, of Oundle, Northamptonshire, to Elizabeth Mabt, eldest daughter of the late Daniel Cobbett, F.R. LB. A., of Lambourne, Essex. On Subscribers-only content

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    MEETING OF CONVOCATION Both Houses of Convocation assembled at West- minster on Tuesday. The Archbiahop of Canterbury presided in the Upper House, where the first report of the Joint Committee for the revision of the authorised version of the Subscribers-only content

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    The living of St. John's, Colchester, vacant by the secession to the Church of Rome of the Rev. S. Farman, has been offered to, and accepted by, the Rev. John F. King, Rector of Little Braxted, near Witham, Essex. Subscribers-only content

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    ESSEX. MARRIED. On the 10th inst., in London, R. T. Wragg, Esq., solicitor, Leyton, to Mary, only daughter of G. Self, Esq., of In gat est one. DIED. On the sth inst., aged 31, Ellen Amelia, wife of Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. Prorogation of Convocation.- On Tuesday the Con- vocation of the prelates and clergy of the province of Canterbury was prorogued to Friday, the 9th October. Illness of the Bishop of Peterborough.- The Bishop of Peterborough, who is Subscribers-only content

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