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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. A ~RACING NOTES. Alarge Company assembled at Derby this afternoon, and, with the weather fine antd pleasant, the sport was witnessed under the msnot enjoyable conditions. Good fields were seen out for the majority of the events, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COUNTY QUARTER SESSIONS. WAR WICKSHIRE. The business of thes Michaelmwas Quarter Sessions for tbe county of wars,tvvk %waSi tegrin at the Shire Eaul, Nvarwick, yesterday, before~ Mr. A1. S. iorrgdale,, Q.G.. Rttecorder. Theea her justices presenit were thre Mlarj015 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ELECTION NEWS. S, tLW.U±IU±N ±NflyVY. it B uomINHAr .-The Press Association corre- soondent at Buckingham reports that it is rumoured that 1. bir Harry Verney, Bart., M.P., is about to be made a Peer. Should this be the case, Subscribers-only content

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    rinder this heading are charged for as f~gotes:-31arriay, 2°s 6d; Death with funeral notices ,gJ 6d; Obituay Notice, is 6Sd; Birth, 2 Gd. d Ia eDerg case torch announcement must be repaid and Ml w,41wuiiccit sed. ; : BIRTHaS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PLANS OF ESTATES, [Advertisements and Legal Notices, and Announce- ments of Births, Marriages, and Deaths, are received at the AMercunry Office for INSERTION in The Tines, the Loanon Gazette (published by authority), and all London and Country News- ] Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sbtmvuffs $$qsu i The Emperor of Austria has given the Duke of Wellington a regiment, and created him a Field Marshal in his service. According to the Paris papers, the population of the whole nation amounts to 2'),:v27v>88 souls; Subscribers-only content

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    MR. REGINALD CORBET The Sporting Gazette presents to its readers a nort__if of Mr. Reginald Corbet, the present MaavLTfS Sonth Cheshire Honnd., and formed vMasuT£ * i years of the Cheshire, which tbenl^T^^ week the country that , ,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POINT-TO-POINT STEEPLE- CHASE IN CHESHIRE. The Cheshire hunting fraternity had an exceUent afternoon's sport on Tuesday, when the officers of the 12th Royal Loncers held their annual point-to-point steeplechase. The spot selected for the event was Ridley Wood Farm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, & DEATHS. Births, Mabbiagrs, and Deaths are charged la. pre. paid for three lines (24 words), and 3d. for every additional line. It not prepaid, the charge will be 2k. tfd. Tho announcement must be authenticated by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE HOUNDS. THE MALPAS BEAGLES. There was a special meet of these hounds at tho White Lion Inn, Ash, at noon, on Saturday, when, being holiday time, and within easy dis- tance of Whitchurch, there was an unusually large Subscribers-only content

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    CITY AND COUNTY LEADERS. VIII.- MR. REGINALD CORBET. Though the subject of this sketch is not a Cheshire man, no excuse is needed for alluding to him in this column, for probably no figure is better known in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIAGE OF MR. J. R. THOMSON. On Thursday, at the parish ohuroh of Kenilwortb, Hr J. B. Thomson, of Parr's Bank, Cbester, wu married to Miv Eveline Ffoulkea Taylor, daughter of tte late Mr Henry John Ffoulkei Taylor, ot Subscribers-only content

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    Imperial Hariiamrnt. ( Concluded from fourth page.) ministers and congregation's of Ramsgate, Morgate, Hythe, Snargate Street, Dover, Eastry, and Buckland, near Dover, in the county of Kent; also from the inhabitants of Teddiugton in the county of Middlesex, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO BE LET, ,V PRIVATE CONTRACT, 1 FARMS, D » GRASSYARD HALL ESTATE. I' . Mr William Townson, Catorr. ,(* Ap|J? w ' *> •- - Tw7k7\ FIELD NURSERY, fl r \R MANCHESTER. VLO R AND SMITH, vVRSF.*r ANU Subscribers-only content

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    MORE JUSTICES' JUSTICE We read the following in a local paper : - " Caution to Boys Bathing.- Walter and Charles Toomes and Charles Sharpe, three very respectably- dressed boys, were charged with bathing in Cock-lane, Edmonton, on Sunday Subscribers-only content

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    Whitehall, St :pt. 14. . , The King has been pleased to grunt the dignity of a Baronel of the Unit, d Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to tire folio wfiijj Gentlemen, and the respective Heirs Male pf Subscribers-only content

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    JBI-577/- On the Hth inst. at Was.ng~F-.ace, Berks, the Lady of William Mount, Esq. of a daughter. On Tuesday, the 13th inst. at Langley'bury, Herts, the Lady of George Sulivan, Esq. of a daughter. At ber residence in Dorset-square, Subscribers-only content

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    < \t\\ ERP.- ( - ;1 " et ' Cabin, 11. Og. ; Fore L 4 ' r.bir.. U- los.- The tTeneralSuam Navigation Company's k 3 S Steam-Ship CITY of HAMBURGH is appointed to , !>*' I„<v' r tor Subscribers-only content

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    F.i- '_.._•■• II F.-J rf I" 1.,r : .r j.c tr.-: ! .'! ':; rr ■- I! Alneniarlu Bertie Do war, E_q.. of Doles Hail, Hants, used thirty-eight, late < 'aptain of 37th R.I. Fusiliers, and eldest >on i:l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS, Syc. | KECTOKIES. The Rev. B. F. Wood, to Moreton Corbet Rectory, Salop. The Rev. C. Thomas, to the Rectory, Wat ins worth, Yorkshire. VICARAGES, &c. The Rev. F. H. Sewell, to the Vicarage 0 f Subscribers-only content

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