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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZETTES. I _ Tuesdaty, May 22. BANKRUPTCY ANNULLED-R. THOMAS, Circus-road, St. jolu ,1- Nvood, builder. BANIKRUPTS.-1. SPARROW, Sale-loom0s, Mincing-lane, coloillal broekr-K. BOBCZYNSKI, Addle-street, City, commission ogent-S. LEVY, Bliddlesex-street, Aldgate, greengrocer-Il. HiOUGHTON, Greot Dover-street, Sourthwark. upholsterer-W. LOWE, Gloucester-place, Regent's-park, Subscribers-only content

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    FOR ,ICE4NSED VICTUALLERS. * ThiospaDe will mostly be brund interesting to Licensed Victual- jers, and the operations of the UNITED TowRs' AssoccATioN AND LICENSED VICTUAL1:E5s' DEFENCE LEAGUE are puee- lished unde2 their owen superintendence. Aton and District Licensed Victuallers' Subscribers-only content

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    HORTICULTURE. (From Bell's I c}efkg Messenger.) VEGETAtLE GARDEN. Mushrooms -Bods of these that w ore mluade up ih ttutriti. anti luve, bcetll ploporly attteudod to as regards both t o iitsiiititeuttnce of aL suitable tIiipeiottire said in the 5 Subscribers-only content

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    CHIPPING-NORTON. | I ----- . .~ , . I [Ite in era ter ion to aind ?er ion lit rill the ace ,so iy- the ;ill to lit er. ut ich ie. ice urd th. ;he c.) ty, ch Subscribers-only content

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    THE EVASNGELICAL ALLIANCE. o,, P'idalv nvalu, ]aut a meeting onu hahalf of thel Ou t Friday ovening last a meeting ail behalf of the ret above was held irA the lecture hall of the Young Men's MI Christian Associadilo. Subscribers-only content

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    WANTED, TN an Attorney's Office, a CLERK, experienced in 1 Conveyancing and (;eneral Bufinefs, and not entitled or intending to praaice on his own account.-A liberal Salary will be given in proportion to abilities.-wRefpett- able reterences wil1 be required. Subscribers-only content

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    I' 1.tsttziced. I THun LAYnRT1n CONPaIWNOB,-DisOUSsiN ON IxRITUAL AmD Coxrnsssi6N-The last sitting of the Lamibeth Conference was held on Friday. Their Lordships were occupied with the consideration and final revision of the reports, which will be published with a, Subscribers-only content

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    i cISas~titiaI PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. Rev. W. P. ClIements, late nlncunbent of Little Heath; b curate of Xistley-cum-Bradfield. Rev. C. R. Dawes, M,A.; Missions to Seamew chapla, Hastingo. 'Rev. T. Eyetta, rector of Monus uishorough; honorary canon of Christ Subscribers-only content

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    . BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. BELGRAVE.-May 2, at Byde, the wile of Capt. BelztAe, X8M.S- . Rdra, of a daughter. I e e Li DJ VAS.-May2,at Dolwlohcommon, the ifeof C.F. De Eq., of a ion. t y . Subscribers-only content

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    P :P W 8 8 .I P s U z=,I' ,S 'JUNS 3.y Mr. EMxuxD B&ADiS, at the .Mar.-_ f Freehold estate, known as, Little Heath,' North 1immg, E Herl4,comprising residence, farmbuildings, and 79 acres C of and, latso Subscribers-only content

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    T~LATE AV ATCH1I Es, J E wEL,&c Uflhi.. tt oiitsts ie.aSJC t -ie t his usull otI",crote PrTiceii, tnd of urth. b~t pa' ntoveir H eret' f Gold Chains. sir~er (itae~, &r., uan be auroonsa-.Odat(Il with caS1 h W'Pi Subscribers-only content

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    QUBSCRIBE at ONCE to TALLIS'S LONDON E-L thEEsLY PAPER and you will be presented grati wihthe best PORTRAIT of. her Majesty QUEEN VICTORIA on HiOlASEBACK (as at the Review at Cthoblam), painted by Count D'Orsay, and engraved on steel Subscribers-only content

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    0o MOTHERS and NURSES.-The GENUINE _. DAIBY'S CARBMINATIVE effectually removes those alarm- ing disorders of the stomach an4 bowels to which children of all ages are so liable ; in the colic, dysentery, diarrh a, and similar sffections of Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTBLLIGENCR. NEWMARKET SECOND OCTOBER MUETING. The entries for the plates and nominations for the u9 closd hndiapsand sweepstakes are to bermade by sax dookthe' eeing before running, and the weights for the 2 handicaps will be published at Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. I THE LATE NEWMARKET MEETING. TO THE EDrrON OF THE DAILY NEIwa. Sl,-E vewn adiiitting the absolute first favourites esuessful in nearlyone-half of the contestsdecided during the Second October Meeting, the week's doings were, on the whole, Subscribers-only content

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    ESSEX MARRIED. On the 9th inst., at Kingscote, Gloiices' ershire, John Brownrigg Hewson, Esq., of Castle Hewson, county Limerick, to Harriet Mary, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Wm. Gardiner, Rector of Rochford, Essex. On the Oth inst., at Subscribers-only content

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    BANKRUPTS, Tuesday, April 25. Aschkinass W., Minories, grocer, May 9 Binna T.. Lower Broughton, builder, May 10 Chaffer fl. J., Thaxted, fellmonger, May 9 Cook J., Eastleigb, Bishopstoke, grocer, May 17 Freemantle R., Landport, bardwareman, May 11 Greenaway T. Subscribers-only content

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    BURY, MAY 13. -^"Announcements of Births, or of Marriages and Deaths, with intimation that other notification to Friends will not be given, are charged as Advertisements. BIRTH. On May 4th, at Manor House, Old Buckenham, Norfolk, the wife of Subscribers-only content

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    PROCLAMATION. WHITEHALL, 25th May 1816. V/l/ HEREASit hasbeenhumbly represented to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, that a great Number of Persons have, for some Time past, un- lawfully assembled themselves together in divers Parts of the Counties of Subscribers-only content

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    TURNPIKE from SCOLE to BURY. â– jyOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting - 1 ' of the 'Trustees will be held, by adjournment, on Thursday the \"th day of June instant ,( that being the second Thursday in Subscribers-only content

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