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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -I r ADDRESBES. r . J o sEP H HARRIS. & SONS, LACE CURTAIN DRESSERS . - (RtisD Lias NOW READY). B BIRMG2IAH AND FWOLVAB 4JIPTONy r r 1. - IMR. EDWIN A. ROBBERDS t DENTIST, 80. COLMVORE ROW, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LADDRESSES. IMPORTANT. WARWICK HOUSE SALE. SURPLUS SUMUER STOCK OF FANCY AND HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY. FURTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES. HIOLLIDAY, SON, Q Co. BEG TO A'1NOUNCE THAT TO ENSURE A SPEEDY CLEARANCE OF THE REMAINING PORTION OF SURPLUS STOCK, THEY HAVE Subscribers-only content

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    OESAND LAND. v-j_ sad-Soi-eaO doublo-fronte Vila; ree I tion' srov ll~0s.18 2)tre l rtr;vnoorms; larg ~aidrn; sitti, three bed rooms; fu~rniohesl. 4 anor Vil nlas, Su~ttonl COMBtell 0I 13 olt.iectoLet, near railway station. Ioot 4~~iDLSX.~T&L rohniasnext. Deaconeflold House. 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ---------- HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. ALUnRTRiTos (at 10A'A-Thiis (Iciv 9n1 f2,-v, jS AOneRTallnO (at 1O.4b).-1'h;9 day, Deccamnber 22, CuVon \'il o lago, 'IeNrly. 23, linighliley (Crangc; Saturday, 27, Statfora fc . Castle (at 1l.4A.) a. til Arneim :rom: (at 11).-'l'hi Subscribers-only content

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    THE COUNTY COUNJLS. p I h N3OMIATIONS FOR SWROPSIRE I ,t The nominations of candidates for seats on the Sbrop- shire County Council took place yesterday, the elections for thecontste~d divisions being fixed for tho 16th insant. The votes Subscribers-only content

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    SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL. LEAGETE MLATCHES. ASTON VILLA v. PRESTON NORTH EN>D. In fine but intensely cold weather tho return match between these two clubs in the league competition was decided on Saturday, on the Aston Villa ground, at Perry Barr. Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. To the tidieor of tie Daily Post.-Sir,-With no other nieeting to oppose it, the two days' sport pro- ra xsluedl at l'luxpton was far better than that usually Li a-.>nitted with this gathering. The fields were Ihrg:- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS, (WEATIIER PERsMITTING,) Masters of Hounds till oblige by forwarding notice of the Fixtures to this Offi'e as early as poseible.] NORTH WARWICKSHRlIE HOUNDS,-At a qUarter to Zleoen. Saturday ...... Jan, 30 ..... Tile 11111 Tuesday . Feb. Subscribers-only content

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    TO THE ELECTORS 05 THlE 1qORTHEI1N DIVISIO(N OF THE COUNTY OF WAI> WICK. XVIT D b' a large and influential. numnber of ICtntoallow myself to hononltinated torepiresent themi in PrallemOut, I have cooseeted to i~ecomie a Candidate for the Subscribers-only content

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    LORD HALIFAX AND MR. G. DIXON, M.P., ON EDUCATION. On Tuesday night, thea Right Hon. 'Viscount Haifalx presided at thle anlnisel meeting of the Halifax Mechanics' Institute, held in the Mechanics' Hall, and presented the psizes and certificates awarded Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. I -~. - . I.-..- . _ . (From Friday Ifwgt's a rdtekj LIQUIDATIONS BY AIIRANGEMENT. Thomas Morris, Lydbury North, in the county of Salop, grocer and carpenter. First meeting, at the orlico of Mr. Brnest Grlif- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLS AND BEQUESTS. Tho will, with two eodicils, dated January 17, 1870, 'aid Janulary18andtDecember 24, 1872, of tho .Uight lion. Lucy, Countess of ]'owis, late of 'Waloot, Lydbury North, Salop, who died on Septemrber 17 last, bas boen proved Subscribers-only content

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    I SPORTING INTELIGENCE. | KEMPTON PARK CHAMPION COURSING MPEETTNG.-YhsetaIIIAY,. Whatever disappointment may have been experienced beren the frost and snow necessitated a postponetueilt of the Ketrpton Park Chairipion hleeting a fortnigilt since, it is certain that the celebration las Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. ABANDONME-NT ~OF LEICEiSTER STEEPLE- Ju CHASES. tr' The Press Association is ofceiallv informed that, owing to the hi' great quantity of snow that has fallen since Saturday, racing at L Leicester has again become impos'sible ,and the Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTIMENTS. ALauTRIGorOM (at 11).-This da-y, February 23, The Lyons, Euviie ; Friday, 24, Nortor; Saturday, 25, Bell Inn, Tong. AT-zrcESTONE (at ll).-Fridae, February 24, Three Pots; Satur- day, 25, Coombe. lEctsceTt (at 11),-This day, February 23, Chiltna ; Subscribers-only content

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    I HUN-TING APPOINTMENTS. A LRIGUsTroN (at 11) -This day, Februais 25 Belt inn. Tor' MAonday, 27, 1'enktitlge (at 11.30) ; Tuesday, 21, Tauc ,i, Thursday, Ma-rch 1, Sta~fford Castle (at 11.30); Friday, 2. on fHll Grecen ; Saturday. 3, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HU[ThNG APPOINTMENTS. A4neRTwTON (at 10.45).-This day, Dehereber 4, Stafford cent Castle (at 11.15); Thursdlay, 6, Fendeford; Saturday, 8, Kennels. S A~rERsTONE(atl1).-This day, December 4, Red Gats; Wad. SiR nesday, 5, Overseal ; Friday, 7, Grendun Brdge; Saturday, Spar hanley. Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. | tet KEMPTON PARK RACES. be YESTEEOAY.-This Meeting Was concluded in weather of the Al most charming description, and reminded one more of ti May thin December. Thr ua gi an excellent attend- wi ante and the Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. I in IISANDOWN PARK RAGES. Id YESTERDAY. - With the weather again favou~ral metropolitan sportsmen mustered in fairly large numbers, to witness the sport in the picturesque park at Esher. ,"Thera were six events on the card, Subscribers-only content

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    . . SPORTING NEWS. sited. it it RAC1ING NOTES. hers There was nto break at Sandman to-day in the delightfu weather eXPerienced sities the beginning of the week, and, as might have been expected, a large crow'd assembled at Subscribers-only content

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