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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. v En-lish marliet gardens occupy34,989.acres' and orchards 153,277. I The King and Queen of the Belgians are expected in Paris next montlh. fMadamse Christine Nilsson has been appointed Chamber singer to the Impesial Court of Austria. An old Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTAIENTS. lI AinucosnTon (at 11.15).-This day, February 23, Longford; Tuesday, M\arch 1, Enville: 'Thursday, March 3, Stafford Castle (11.45) , Saturday, 5, Spread Eagle. Asill-nisToN. (at 11).-This day, Februsry 23, Cork Inn, Sib. soHll Wednesday. Mlarch 2, Norton Subscribers-only content

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    Births, Marriages,& Deaths. inzncneemenfi under this heading are Cehrced for as foteiss :-Mar7iage, 2*s 6; Death with jlunerat notice, zs 6d Olsituarq Notece, is 6d; Lidth, _2s 6d. In every case such announcemesa mrust be prepaid and duly authe7iticated. Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING, APPOINTMENTS. The Heythrop Hounds. MONDAY ... ... ... Chapel House. WEDNEsDAY ... ... Burford. FRIDAY ... ... ... Eyford. SATURDAY ... ... ... Shipton Barrow, At Twelve. The Bicester Hounds. MONDAY .. ... ... Islip Town End, TuESDAY Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTH. On the a31st May, at Rocester, Airs. WhipIdon Baddeley, of a son. MARRIAGES. Yesterday morning, at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. W. Fisher, OMe. John Lewis, engilseer, to Ann, daughter of Mr. Thomas Whbitmore, builder, both of Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL. THE ACTION AGAINST THE VICAR OF LEAMING- - TON AND MR. TURNER, At the Warwick County Court, on Tuesday, a case was decided in which the plaintiff was Mr-. Edwards-Wood, solici- C 1tor, Leamington ; and the defendants Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL. of ECCLESIASTICAL LEGISLATION. T .tte At the meeting of the Canterbury Diocesan Conference at Iry Maidstone on Wednesday, the Archbishop of Canterbury .ck delivered a long address on the proposase for legislation in ecclesiastical matters. Hea said that Subscribers-only content

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    UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL. Ox'oRD, FFB. G.-In a cenvocati n to be holden on the 9th1 instant, it will he nropoied, that tho annual payment of 1251., which was authorised hy vote of Convocation on the loth of June, 148, Subscribers-only content

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    I cimU^p's 53c-it. | \U] -sty arrived at St. James's Palace about a qiiar- lsvifnrr- two onThursdav, from Windsor, and held a ''' '" r mncil when tho Rev. Dr. Howley, the Bishop - ■•■■:,■,,'- bad an audience of Subscribers-only content

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    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. The Queen has been pleased to grant unto the Rev. Richard Lewis, M.A., the Archdeaconry of St. David's void by the death of the Yen. George Clark. The Bishopric of Brisbane.- Lord Carnarvon has offered the Bishopric Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHURCH The Rev. Mr. Tomlinson, one of tbe S-cretaries of tne Christian Knowledge Society, has been appointed Bishop of Gibraltar. Preiekmekts. Name. Preferment. Patron. Re.-. R. Ki-rg St. Clements R. Norwich Caius Coll. Thos Lowe Oldham P.C. Lam-ash. Subscribers-only content

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    •fo~FAR___ERS, GARDENERS, and OTHERS. ■ITT ANTED, a Weekly supply of NEW POTATOES, VV SEA KALE, RHUBARB, ASPARAGUS, &c.- kigbest West-end prices. - Prompt returns. J. C. FENNELL, Salesman, 13s, Upper Gloucester-street, Dorset square, London. MONEY. THE Local Board of Subscribers-only content

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    <^rr7s3uiiG theatre, under tv« R«V A vT-h&i R'»*«' Hiibaetw Pri** -Leopold of Pairona^t -.SfV rVEMNG, the eiite.-iainm.nts will ,nc 0"» ir »/JL Italian M^lo-Drama of BIANCHA. iHfr*!* V, n'flcv ; Biancba. Mi*s Taylor- Raino San.cc, t '™ '■*• \\ Subscribers-only content

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    popular on every appearance, SV^gfiTfe respects «r the Public diving the himg* rZii notice will be eiven of Lb **' of the vcrv favourite Melo-dfame of !Sjfr Ti i£ATRK.-THIS EVENING, the Us* Insrv *ill he presented a grand serious Subscribers-only content

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    Anio»fo before the Gfaa* Curtain, in foil swing | F * ' * on the Corda Volante ! rfcOYU. COBURG THEATRE, under the X Paironaee of his Royal Highness Prince Leopold of I I* SETHIS EVENING, To-mosrow; -Thorsday, !, Subscribers-only content

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    T\ JEST'S » < ' w ana< extensive ROOMS, No. 14, Iff Newir n-st*-eet, Oxford-street, are now OPEN, ni.inine l*W P ICTU RES, painted by the late BENJ AMIN WFST Fsq Pr-'-i lent of the Royal Academy; among the Subscribers-only content

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    # aarStSSss^wß present ; >*. 1 . V EMNG wdI be presented a Comic Burletta, inS Acts j „ called MODERN^ TRAVELLERS ; or Life in Saint 1 HIS _ \fter which will be revived the popular 1 fl^fSiSS Subscribers-only content

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    i^VAITcOBURG THEATRE.- Under the IV Patronage of his Royal Highness Prince Leopold of Sa« Coburg.-THIS EVENING, and during the Week, will be presented, an entirely new Operatica , National, To- rjrapmcal, Locomotionai, Voyagerial, Gallical, P«orami- Lf ?\,.-Pourr.cal, Extra vaganzTof Subscribers-only content

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    -g^AyifrS ROYAL AMPiHTHEATRE (late. ■ 1 Astkl and Davis), WESTMINSTER BR«>G»i. r ■fSso present EVENING, April SSI. and during the Wieek, i at^UllW Sii o'Clock precisely. wOl be presorted, aacn- *'?v „,V Whimsi-M, Local, Mdo-Dremafic. PMtmnliwckl I iStrian Drama, Subscribers-only content

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    ; CONCERT- Under the'PA- _H TRONAGE *f her Royal Highness the Duchess of _V vf3-S_raor AMBROGETTI has tbe honour most ro- acquaint the Nobility, the Snbseribers to the '. C \_T_-iid the Public, that in conse qirence of the Subscribers-only content

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