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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. i party is the madness of many for the gain of a few.-PoPE. ENGLAND AND FRANCE. (Concluded.) Tills leads us to another point of comparison-we mean the State of the L.iw in the two countries. In Subscribers-only content

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    N ENGLISH SYNTAX, with new and copious xample~, so I i 0arraged, that the Point or Points of the Rule may frequently occr in a1 arcane ract, with fourlong Sentences fully parsed under each Rtle; of the ClassicaIl and Subscribers-only content

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    FUNERAL OF LORD BYRON. The interment of the remains of Lord Byron took place on Friday week in the famuily vault in the village cliurch of Hucknall, eight miles keyoncl Nottingham, and within two miles of Newstead-abbey, once the- Subscribers-only content

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    tHOMAS ROSCOE'S New Work, " The ITALIAN AIFoVFLISTS, was published on the 15th inst. by Septimnus Prowett, 23, Old Bondostreet. I t published, in foolscap Svo. with Plates, price t1o. 6d. the Fourth Edition of BE IMPR TOVISATHICE, and Subscribers-only content

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    IN SIX EASY LESSONS of ONE fLOUR EACH.-Mr. .1 BRADBURY, Private Tutor at Westhinstei- School, solicits the attention of Ldies and Gentlemen to his unrivalled and infallible system of beautiful PEN MIANSE!P, whereby he pledges himself to teach persons Subscribers-only content

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    : .1 :0THE EXAMINER. LONDON, SEPTEMnER 18, 1825. -WE last week adverted to the arrivallof a ietter from Sincapore, stating the' captufe if the Turmese: Cafdta 'The past week '1}is 'tbuugt a fofo *f, hihch;itu darryingfl tbgmts otn to Subscribers-only content

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    In November will appear, splendidly Iustrated, I THE APILGRIMS OF THE RHINE. ATale. By the Author of" Pelham," "Eugene Aram," &c. This unique and costly work has been in preparation for more than three years, the Engravings, with which Subscribers-only content

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    NO TAB ILIA. DzNSsTr OF BODIES AT srFEaEN-r DEPTHtS.-Proressor Leslie observes that air compressed into the fittieth part of its volume has its elasticity fifty times augmented: if it cintinlie to contract at that rate, it would, from its Subscribers-only content

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    -1 I., I Just published, price Is. ; 'r R A F F n R D. ~J An i isal Trygedy, in Five Acts. ,BY ROBET BlRoswtxNG, Author ef Paracelous.' London: Lonangi, Rees, Osene, and Co. On the lot Subscribers-only content

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    SIR Xnmms STEPrHEN, K.C.B., died on the 14th inst., at Coblentz, in his seventy-first year. Hle was Professor of Modern History at the 'University of Cambridge, and formerly Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies. The deceased was the son Subscribers-only content

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    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. The Shipping Gazette says that the Royal Commissioners, having I completed their examination of the lights and beacons on the coast of I the united kingdom, have proceeded to France to visit the principal lighthouses Subscribers-only content

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    NEUMAN AND BARETTI'S SPANISH DICTIONAlIES' In 2 vols., Svo, price 28s., cloth, A DICTIONARY of the SPANISE ALand ENGLISH LANGUAGES, originally compiled by NEUMAN and BARETTI; thoroughly revised and enlarged by the addition of many thousand words By M. Subscribers-only content

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    syru of Oc laurnals. THE IRISH LAND QUESTION. The following remarks are by the TY-es' Special Con- missioner, writing from Athlone, September 4th: In England the common law, in this matter of landlord and tenant, assumes the existence of. Subscribers-only content

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    LITERARY. - -0- THE BIBLE: IS IT THE WORD OF GOD? Oble Bibe: Is it the Word of God? By Thomas Lumisden Strange, late a Judge of the High Court of Madras. Trubner. To many readers of the Ezamirier Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. NEW LIGHT ON BYRON'S LIFE.- THE letters relating to Lord Byron, and especially Tthose written by the poet himself, are certainly by far the most important and interesting portion of the con- tents of these two Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. l Derbyshire, for the first time since July last year, is reported free from foet-add-nmouth disease. ! Sir Evelyn Baring will be entertained at dinner by the e |members of the Northbrook Club to-nmorrow. .eGeneral Simlmons will leave Subscribers-only content

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    s, MR. CHAMBERLAIN & HIS ASSAILANTS. ,o I I A RETRACTATION. . ir. El. fR. CGrenfell, in a letter to the Daily NVewss, says: s Q Referring to a correspondence which has been published s in vour columns between Subscribers-only content

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    The fire at Cambray has done considerable damage to the cathedral, but the works of art which it contained have escaped. The archbishop's palace, where the virtuous FNnelon wrote his ' T616maque," and his religious works, is totally destroyed. Subscribers-only content

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    DEATH OF WASHINGTON IRVING. rhe mail steamer Canada, which reached Queenstown on Monday afternoon, brings the mournful intelligence of the death of Washington Irving, justly acknowledged to be " one of the most graceful writors America ever pro- duced." Subscribers-only content

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    LATESTNE WS Br EUCThXO0 AND INTERNATIONAL TELEGRAPH. Onwns, TRmfLu BuILDINOs, -Nw SEasxT. SICILY. ALLEGED CAPTURE BY NEAPOLITAN SHIPS. NAPLES, JUOE 12. It is officially stated that two steamers, having on board troops and ammunition, have been captured by Neapolitan Subscribers-only content

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