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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a FROM TRHE LONDON (4AZETTES.-Tuesda.i, Aril25. issot vsNs.-J. Adams, Barnbory, Oxfordshire, wine serchoant. J. Arnauld, King Williama at. West Strand, bookseller. BR. sNeeRUP'iCIs A cU).rnr D.-W. Roberts, Newport, Monmonthahire, shipwrigbt. 3. R. Greer, Brisaol, provision merchant. 16 BANKUUPTO. J. Subscribers-only content

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    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. If I might give a short hint to an impartial writer it would be to tell him his fate If he resolved to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed truth let him proclaim war Subscribers-only content

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    DERBYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL StOW. it o The tvwenty-eighth annual exhibition of the Derby- shire Agricultural Society was opened yesterday in the. t Cattle Mkarket and flohoes Ground, Derby. Compared c with previous years a merked improvement is noticeable in the Subscribers-only content

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    Poral ,fotto anl gutritg. [Flndinn it difficult, from considerations of space, to aio.tinuo our "Local Notes and Queries" in successive tnubers of the Jouernall, we have decided on transfering them to the Dail Post, and henceforth we shall devote Subscribers-only content

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    SERIOUS CHARGE AGA&IST A SHARE- BROKER. CO)MUITAL OF THS ACOUSED. Yesterday afternoon, at the Pablic Office, Moor Street, before blr. T. C. S. Kynneruley, Stipendlary Magistrate, the hearg w-e re-umed ol liae charge against Mr. SamuIl C. Hatch, deseribed Subscribers-only content

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    DREADFUL ACCIDENT NEAR DERBY. A very shocking affair occurred on Wednesday last, by Wnich the lives of two horses were sacrificed, and -the life of a mnan despaired of. At three o'clock ou Wednesday morning, Charles Ottewell, a carter Subscribers-only content

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    GREAT FIRE AT DERBY RAILWAY STATI ON. On Thursday evening, one of the greatest and most destructive fires tlsat ever occurred in Derby, broke out in the extensive cheese warehouses adjoining the passenger platform at the North end of Subscribers-only content

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    MARKETS. GLoVOESTER eORN MAlRl1i, Saturday. - A fair supply of EDgllOZI wheat, which found buyers at Iast week's pries. Foreign In more general demand, at previous rates. Grinding barley and oate lid, per Qluarter cheapr Maizer lower. )XFOetD CORIN Subscribers-only content

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    THE CENSUS. 1871. 1881. Increase. Dec. Atheretone . 3,667 3,877 210 - Bradford . 145,716 106,218 39,498 - Burslen ....... 25,501 21,601 3,96 0 - Carlisle . ,d;1,286 29,417 1869 - Carmarthen. 12,94 12,583 321 - Derby . 2,312 Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. ¶o'aespodents fho act aen spesoial su upon tmar eom. menicaction must op ciab of them, as tme cc it under- RakE to returas cuenes corensitione. Alf liers isnaded for publication mswt be acompanied ETp SRc Subscribers-only content

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    CN.~imrG~AGi DEDENTURSES. (ji't , HALE)LCOAL YrMI LiMITED. uN9TtJ~ltO~0f£2cah, bltcrinng inyterest .sn-rtint nile a ~ reen tIle (late of aflnWetlnet. .mewitin nitcctttin ~ July ant Islt Jalnnnar-, t ,mrnle Acst, il.i~~C5~f. 0, Finci Lanet, tonfdony ,Creitharsto aInicquiriit~f5tote aboe inauntlitl ,euop Subscribers-only content

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    TWBQ6 WS ADDRESSEW y.&.M1 AND CO.'S GF5NTLEBIEN'S CIOTHlNCY. S1, 21, and 23, NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAIM. Offers advantages of such a paramount nature that no other House In the Kingdom can surpass It: the chorae Is so great, the materials Subscribers-only content

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    I , :'THE FLOODS AND STORMS. LONDON.-Yesterday morning the Lesnmbeth Inundation Committee assembled for the pul los of organising measures for the relief of persons sufring by the recent disastrous overfhow oftheTThaimes. Mr. Charles Bakersmid they hsd £425. left Subscribers-only content

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    THE SHAMEFUL - FRAUD ON THE BENEVOLETY AT NORTHFIELI?. At the Balsall Heath Petty Sessions yesterday, before Messrs. J. F. Swinburn, J. Carthind, H. tlawkes, tuld J. Bartows, Thomas Clarke, aesat McIntosh, comio vocalist, No. 2, Lawn Teirace, Cuckoo Subscribers-only content

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    THE WAR IN BASUTOLAND. SERIOUS REVERSE.-DETAILS OF THE Th- Standard FIG H TIN G . The Stonda7 ceorrespondent at the Cape sends the fol- lowiny -ele-/ram dated the 4th inst., which has been ", delayed iutran'smission" :-'I General Clarke Subscribers-only content

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    TEGERMANARMY BILL THE ad A f IL ; Bs , December 10.-The newt Army Bill for increasing the strengthof the German army audd introducing the systeXm of two years' service wvith: the- colours instead of three for the infantry Subscribers-only content

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    colluiltrrial -~~~~~~~ ~~~Sr LONDON, TUNiSD)AY, AltlitL 25. Ni L SUGAII.-Drittl11 Phlnt.ion. There is no alteratioi In l the prices of British PlIanation Suga r. Ba M outiUtY. P pill)l sie les cornsisting of 330q bogs of Mlanritills S1tg' !, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTE-, FRIDAY, Dec. 3. r, BANERUPTS. a All the lfeetings of Cosmristioneri In Mfriddlescx are held at the W 1, Commtcsioiers' Court Basjithailt Street, London. 1. BICKER I ON Theophilus, of Newtown, in the county of Mont gomery, Subscribers-only content

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    Notc~of IjIict111 to Ja arnt NORT FI-WE~STrERN ~RAIL WAY.-(DIVER- SIONS AT SKIPTON, CASTERTON, and SEDIBERO 1.1 WHERFAS. a Dfill Was introduced into Parliamient In thef Uist~Stssioti, intititted, '1A Bfill for enabllq the North Western B RailwWiy Company to malka Subscribers-only content

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    * ~Of~E~of qpPlicatioll to rinet NORTH-WESTERNi RAJLWAY.-(DIVER.. NSIONSAT SKIPTON, CASTERTON, and BEDBBRGHI WHTE REAS, a 13111 was introduced into Parliament in the last Session, intituled, '1 A-Bill for enablis~g the North Western Railway Company to make certain Witeratluna and Subscribers-only content

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