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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, December 28. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, December 27. Royal Artillery: Gentlemen Cadets to be Second Lieutenants-C. E. Walcott, vice Phillips, promoted; G. Burtchaell, vice Gobdy, promoted; G. Davis, vice Greene, promoted; E. G. Bredin, vice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, April 26. War-Oflitce, April 26.-Hospital Staff.-Surg.-Maj. G. Clerlhevw, M.D., to be Deputy-Inspector General of Hospitals, vice A. b. Macdonnell, who retires upon half.pay. Chaplains' Department.-The commission of the Rev. T. Unswortb, as Chaplain of Subscribers-only content

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    03hifnar. , Tiiea HON. AND REV. GEORGE SpryCrE1R, latterly known as Father Ignaties of the Order of Passionists, died last week, aged sixty-five. He was the youngest son of the second Earl Spencer, and brother of the third earl, Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCE. H 0 x E. TEM RumoURS icm ry CaURREN with reference to the difficulties Of Mr B. H. Cama, the eminent Parsee merchant, of Bombay, and the only partner in the firm of Messrs Byramjee Camsa and Son, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LON{DON GOSSIP. I i In. nUr own Cmvsepronderxt-l I I [.Folli our own COsreiijo5dent.1 been tsl gi.The two or three dlays of fine coann p,,'DOs ~itiqelf again;^eb byte rceitable, thunder- judge .l tDOSL tho'lgb followed by the inevitable t Subscribers-only content

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    ARTV AND MANUFACTURES, NEW PATENT. foof ribtcd bY Mr. (Scorna Sclti.j The following Patents were scaled during the week ending April 16th, 1808 -* George Piggott, Birmiugbam, new or improved machinery for punching, shearing, and rivetting sheets or plates Subscribers-only content

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    ART AND MANUFACTURES NEW PATENTS. (Centributed by Mr. George ShAo.J The following Patents were sealed during the week ending July 23, 18e3:- William llollason, jun., Birmingham, improvements in the manufacture of metallic boxes. Dated January 27, 1803. John B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "A XDIBENTIFG MINISTER IN A. CHURCH PULPIT. A Curious case has occurred in the diocese of Ripon, The Rev. Dr. Blackwood, vicar of Middleton Tyas, had a visit in June last from the Rev. Dr. 9teane, an eminent Baptist Subscribers-only content

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    T'1 TOPHAM, FEngrav e1 & Copp~er. Platte JL Prnte, Criqrid, Hilia,~6posite Raw,- sons' Bank, Engraves and Prints Baiks Cheks and. Notes, Billsof Exchange, Bills of Patcels, Addr'ss Cards. Tavern Bills, lttiblication Plates, Sh-ields, 'Pattern Papers, &r. Also, Merchants' Stampe, Subscribers-only content

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    of - C- - C( to 4 nd By speciaLl licenec, in Portnanr-squtarc the lion. WV. s is R. ['enn Curzon, to I.atdv I I arict Georgiatia Brudiiell, hi h, seconid daughter of the E"arl oF Cardligan. In t, Subscribers-only content

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    Zittjtf On the I8tlh ilnst. tit E i (linburgbl, the lady of Archibald Nil Gollic, lEsq.C ot d:tughtcr. On ThurSday week, at Djncaster, Mrs. Tew, of fl son. On Wednesday wecl, at laniby, the lady of the l-on. C. Subscribers-only content

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    NISI PRIUS COURT, WEDA'ESDAY, APRIL 8. EXTRAORDINARY TRESPASS AT KIPPAX PARK. SPECIAL JURY. (BEFOaSt BIe. BARON PATIKIt.) BLAND V. BLAND AND OTFiERS.-Counsel for the plaintiff, Mr. CrEISSWELL, and Mr. DUNDAS; for tile defendants, Mr. SsnROEArT ATc IenLnv and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    SECOND PUBLICATrION OF, THE GAME COUNTY OF YORK. E) ERSONS. WHO HAVE OBTAINED GAME CERTIFICATES FOR F List (1) GENERA L CER TIFICA TES', at £3 13s. 6d. eack~ Agar, John, ?claltoll. St. ?diciael Comber, Rev. W. G. H. Subscribers-only content

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    i -Yesterday, at Woodhouse church, Mr. Robert Stephenson, of Hull, to Miss Abigail Overend, of this town. On Thursday, at the Baptist chapel, Salendine Nook, by e the Rev. James Macpherson, Mfr. Joseph Ireda2e, to Harriet, youngest daughter of Subscribers-only content

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    IB JONALE R.HOLD ESTATES at YEADON.-BY JOAH~ WANX, at the House of Reuben Craeven, the Wool pack Inn, V~eadon. on the Fifth Da5/ of tire Ay/ft-fill Moist/ e(l~e.UnirJ, 183, at Four o'clock in the Afternoon, in the following or Subscribers-only content

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    Y aitrtbo. On the 3d inst. the lady of Joshua Ingham, Esq. of Blake ilall, of a daughter. D At Hlursorth House, Durham, the lady of B. Holme Wiggln, e. Esq. of a daughter. onl Thuriday, at St. Martin-curn-Gregory, Subscribers-only content

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    RAILWAY TRAVELLING. B I Ol L TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. of C April 20, 1841. Chai t GElNTLE IEN,-Permit me the favour, by means of your Cha' widely circulated paper, to suggest to all Directors ard Subscribers-only content

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    y I-0 (wl 'I *Atl M! artiages sent fropt a distance must be authenteicated bts tihe signatulre of one of our agents, or by that of a known v e correspotden t. t t Yesterday, at East Parade chapel, Subscribers-only content

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    LMPERIAL PARLIAMENT'. HOUSE OF LORDS, TUESDAY, APRIL 25. Vo ADDRESS TO HER MAJESTY. The Duke of WELLINGTON theu rose to mnove an address o erl . ottgrtuhition to ber Majesty on tho birtl of a Prinicess. Thc Nobl and Subscribers-only content

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    here said LEEDS AND THIRSK RAILWAY. such -Cans OTICE is hereby given, that- Application is Drai N intended to be made to Parliament, in, the next Parif Session, for an Act for making and maintaining the several chilii Railways Subscribers-only content

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