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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. B3LACKHRATH. - FATAL PIT AcOII)ENT.--Mr, E. Hooper, coroner, held of an inquest, on Monday, at the Oak Inn, respecting the d death of Richard Parks (27),.miner, of Hackett Street, who p was killed on Friday last, whilist Subscribers-only content

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    ,,,I~ ~~~~~~~a -OYJi i r .,. : ,.t~ .4."' .nil rvOide o At the evening sitting, on Athe motion 6f Lord TR. a g1t$POSVrN~oM~tat the House at its r~isinl djourft obMontdsy d w ek,' n ' . . . Subscribers-only content

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    'Public Amuzen t%. THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. The cemineut Tragedian, Di Bt . P H1 E L P 8, lFOR FtOUR NIGHTS ONLY. TIlIS E}'YlNIN(: (T'l'tssday), May 2t. "TIlE MAN OF THE WORLD.' Fir Pertinax Macsycophant ........,,,,,,,,,,. .Hr. PHELLS. Tocosncldev Subscribers-only content

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    P"M IC 2 JQ ,'~; FrEnJATP.E JLOYAL, BIRMINGHAMJI - 1'TIIE MOST SUCCE3SSFI'T, PANTWoI lIE zv;sR PRO- ,DUCFoD IN "'II I T IlTATRE. EVERY.E EVENING ww E.N O'CLOCK "TnitE SECR.ET." After wVhich the Grand Comic Pantomime, entitled! "BEAUTY AND THE Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETT1E I"t.-....r Aj1E: A.@ . /t._.I ... I- f 'roe Last NXi0f's Oante. I AnFnDD SIrsELDs, Bath Street, Poplar, Middlesex, builder anel contractor. IIUnll FIANCIS BsloDurtntow, Mornington Road, Middlesex, barrister-at-law. Gronuxrs HERsBEr DUnnANT, Hart Street, Bllonsbsury, Mid- diesex, Subscribers-only content

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    IDISTRICT NEWS. : V'ESHAM., . ELErN l OFi GUARDINxs.-Al1 the candidates norni- nated in excess having tithdiawn, the new Board will consist of the following:-Abbot's Leneb, William E. Lyes Al dington, Thomas Byrd; All Saints.(Eveasham , Thomnas White and Subscribers-only content

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    "CASTE" AT THI GRAND THEATRE. / I Last night the celebrated " Caste" company, under the management of Messrs. T. W. Robertson and H. Bruce, comrnpnced a week's engagement at the Grand Theatre. The splendid comedies identified with tle Subscribers-only content

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    APPOINENTS OF OVERSEERS. I Aracsrsot~-YeaterdaY, at lw-. retry Sessions, the following persons were appointe;d overseers :-AiL5cter: George Dolphin and Charles Richards. Alne (Great): William Johnston and Thomas Urine. Arrow: John Fisher and Henry liemings. Bidiord: Thonmas Shwnto and Herbert Subscribers-only content

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    EVESHAM DIVISION CONTEST. The second week of the political fight in South Worcesteishise was entered upon yesterday. The , two chief combatants heartily welcomed the thirty- six hours' respite, having daring last 1week addressed about thirty meetings each, besides Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EvTESIAIM DIV1SION CONTEST. THE POLL'2G DAY. Tho ifirst important step towards the realisation if trIh result which everyone is so anxiously swaitin7 was taken yesterday. The Speaker's writ for the election of a member in the place of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CONTEST IN THE EVESHAM | DIVISION. The most important feature of the contesb yester- day was the Conference of market gardeners at Evesham, which was addressed by the Right Hon. HE. Chaplin, IN.P. The greatest interest centred in Subscribers-only content

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    THE CONTEST IN THE EVESHAM A DIVISION. The chief buiness of the Unionist party jut now is to contradict the misrepresentations which are M being circulated by the Gladstonians. Complaints of are being beard on ever' band of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~oi~ of AIppliesition to parlinmciet, IiiDLAND RAILWAY.-EXTENSION fRitoM NEAR LEICESTER, via IMI)iFORD, TO lItTC1IlN, ;AND TO NOIITIAMPTON AND HUNTINGISON, pq1) ENLARGEBMENT OF THE LEICESTERI STATION. ,~gOT1CB is hereby given, that Application is intended to be ,alto p~arliamen~t in the Subscribers-only content

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    UNIVERSITY AND CLERICAL. OXFORD, Nov. 2.-In the convocation to be holden on Thursday (this day) it wvill be proposed to confer the honorary degree of Doctor in Divinity on the R1ev. John Armstrong, M.A., of Lincoln College, the bishop Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. The following preferments and appointments have been recently made : - RECTORIES. The Rev. R. Cage, to the rectory of Rathconnell, in the county of Westmeath. The Rev. R. Giles, to the rectory of Partney, Lincoln- shire. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE The following preferments and appointments have been recently made : - PREBENDARIES. The R»v. A. M'Liughlen, to the prebend of Fennor, the diocese of Cashel. The Rev. H. J. Barnard, to the prebend of CambeH- Fourteenth: ia Subscribers-only content

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    -xiTEST of ENGLAND EXCURSION for > V EIGHT DAYS, or for FOURTEEN DAYS, at REDUCED SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. On SATURDAY, 30th July, a SPECIAL IRAIN will leave y.iurioo -bridge Station at 845 a.m. from Kensington at fe.45 aiiJ Chelsea at Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICA L INTELLIGENCE, RECENT VACANCIES. RECTORIES. Campson-cum-Shefford, Beds, diocese Ely ; value £396 with residence; patron, Sir G. Osborne, Bart. Howell, county and diocese Lincoln ; value £124 with residence; patron, Mr. H. Machin aud trustees. Icomb, Worcestershire, diocese Subscribers-only content

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    7^ 0l'• B - V.' EST E R N RAILWAY.! W : .SIDE EXCUR?IOIS - - TRAIK :or WEi MOUTH, Dorchester, i ... orn< . ( hristcnurcb, Ringwood, Holmsley ■rst ••- E uthampton West . will leave "- m.eg Subscribers-only content

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    BUILDINO, AND ENLARGING ChUKCHES AND i Chapels.- The Incorporated Society for Promoting the j Enlargement, Building, and Repairing cf Churches and | Chapels held ita usual monthly meeting on Monday I last, at the society's house, 7, Whitehall- the Subscribers-only content

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