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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. LEGITITATE BurTALITY.-The ATew Times, and its slavish coadjutor tile Coerier, have made various assaults on General Mina, for having merely " threatened" the ndnatural Spanish rebels with severe treatment; and we all know how those Court journals Subscribers-only content

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    FOREIGN NEWS. FR ANCE. THE REFORM MOVENsENT.-Opinions on this subject are rapidly spreading. In all parts of the country re- form banquets are either about to take place, or have taken place. On Sunday last a grand dinner was Subscribers-only content

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    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. If I migit gife a short hint to an impartial writer it would be to tell him hi; fate. If he'resolved to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed troth let hlim proclaim war with Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Moxwnir, May 11.-The Marquis of NoRmANny presented a peti- tion from the Rev. Alfred Bishop, rector of Martyr Worthy, in the diocese of Winchester, and, in reference to the petition, called attention to the Subscribers-only content

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    EUCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. PRLTm~nrs AND Ar0orLTMENql5s- F Rev. F. W. Ames; Rector of Greystead-patrons, the r Lords of the Admiralty. Rev. W. W. C. Baker, M.A.; ls Reltor of Melton Bryant. Rev, H. Barnett, Vigor of I Watlington, near Oxford; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. *,,AI Notices of BIRTR4, HARRIAGEo , and DEAsTs, nSA be authenlticafed by the lonle and addrest of the sender. BIRTHElS. Ferguson-April 7, at Maryville, Sydenham, Belfast, the wife of Robert Ferguson, Esq., of a daughter. Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. (i37 3.AG.irT10 TfLEGliAL1t.3 I HlOUSE OF LORDS-YESTRa~DAY. G Ting House met At five o'clock. :f Tni, EIlilSat STEU-AM-lIS. ri Tue Earl of DERBY called attention to the pub- hi lished correspondence bietween thiu Government and dii the Subscribers-only content

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    taksiastual. "- PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. (From the Guardian.) 15 Rev. Francis William Ames ; rector of Greystead. Patrons, the No. ly Lords of the Admiralty. Tot to Rey. William Wing Carew Baker, M.A.; rector of Melton I sU. Bryant. Subscribers-only content

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    i SHIPPING ELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. or koinIR-at Greenock, March 29, from....... Alexandria at ARgiuIpA:15L Greenock, March 28, from....... Atmacd rigADROIT-at Liverpool, March 51, frm........ lve d. ANNA MARIA-at Gravesend, March 31, from ......Cylon d. ASCENDANT-at Gravesend, March 80, from.... Stinppore Subscribers-only content

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    LONDONT, TUESDAY, MAY 12. ,pe Madp petus llA Y)LRET. Toils EVFrl;G, BORROWING A HUSBAND. Miss Maria Harris.-_STIL WATERS }EN DEEP. Messrs. A. Wigan, Chippentilrv, and Farreii: Mrs. A. Wigau.-BUCKSTONE AT 110lE,- And A DAUGHiER TO MARRY. PPINCESS'S. 1'EI9 EVEyNIG, Subscribers-only content

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    EXPERIMENTS AT SHOEBURYNESS. Another of those experiments which occasionally yield such important results with regard not only to armour- plates, but to the still more difficult and important question of how best to support them from behind, took place Subscribers-only content

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    Friday last the Rev. Marmaduke Wilkinson, M. A. was instituted to the Rectory of Red- grave with Botesdale, in this county, on tiie presentation of Admiral Wilson. Mrs. More and her companion Nuns, left Hengrave -h all last Wednesday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMON COUNCIL OF LONDON. A Court of Common Council was held at Guildhall on Tuesday, when a Petition to the two Houses of Parliament was resolved upon, stating that the prerogatives of the Crown seemed, no less necessary to Subscribers-only content

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    mmmm** w**u Paris Papers of three days, ending with Thurs- day, arrived late last, night. Tbe long-debated law upon the Liberty ofthe Press has been carried, but by very small majority - only 11 votes, the oumbers being 122 Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. On Wednesday, an immense concourse of people, native and foreign, flocked to the show. On no former occasion has anything like it been seen. All the prin- cipal prizes were in a permanent state of Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. On the 15th inst., at Lord Sherborne's, in Gloucestershire, the wife of the Hon. Captain Plunkett, R.N., ofa son. On the 8th inst., at the Vicarage, Newca,tle-on-Tyne, the wife of the Rev. W. Sibtiiorpe Cole, rector cf Ryther, Subscribers-only content

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    BRIJ'XSH AKD IXXSH STEAK PACKET CdSEFAXnr. | r jpIIE Steam-ships Foyle, Duke of t -*L *& ■ Cornwall, Lady Eglinton, Devon- s/ " r * ? *^ r '-^- Shannon, City of Limerick, "^ssyLy^-f^ ll *-'- Shamrock trade between Subscribers-only content

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    TO AGSXCVItTir&XSTS. PURSER'S SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME. Price, £7 per Ton. TO meet the largely increasing sale of the above Manure, unrivalled for its fertilizing qualities, the LONDON MANURE COMPANY have lately erected very powerful Steam Machinery, by which means Subscribers-only content

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    gtellaiwmis. EXPERIMENTS AT SHOEBURYNESS. Another of those experiments which occasionally yield such important results with regard not only to armour-' plates, but to the still moro difficult and important question of how best to support them from behind, took Subscribers-only content

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    . ;. &&lol?A7siNArm!+loN. "ft A M PSTJ .I.BJE. SCHOOLS Tl.eTonVth -<Ann«at i Me^ii.>i*-of iTte Hampshire Society, for- the EJOcal-vu «.f the." Poor iv {he Principles of tin- Kstabli-iheij l Lurch, took place -on Monday toe. 10th icst. . Re-.l.d'e- Subscribers-only content

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