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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gublt Amugenneut~. ]RINCE OF WALES THEIATRE, P BROAD STABEr, BiRdsLGHAdM, W I LL R 8.O P E N ON MONDAY.&RXT, A UGUST 0, 1864, TIITS! TIM pOYAL LYCHUM OOMPANY, IN THE NEW DRAMA OF "THE GOLDEN DREAM." 13.'0 1705 Subscribers-only content

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    'L'-I ! .f. 9s~itiit- .s p 0P , E(;TpG,3SHj1 OWNER3 (LNI1rtEDt ,Ipo oratedxuiier theJointoStck (1o1ipaxxieet.16. wbob' Cthcliabliotoy oi ge.bh Sharhlolder ii tauled to the ameunt - . *s , of his sharas. JI - CAPITAL £1 000000' - ;N. Subscribers-only content

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    ublnb mnix pJICB OF WALES THEATRE, pR IN BROAD STREET, BIRMINGHAM. MMENBE SUCCESS and LAST SIX NIGHTS of the ROYAL LYCEUM COMPANY. "tN bt of the N~ew Cornedp. by JOHN BROUGHAM. Esq., XIffl THE WEB. 'for the B7ENVT OF Subscribers-only content

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    Vablit jutoIm I THE REV. PETERNAOfAENZIE, WILL (D.V,) PREA(H TWO SERMONS, IN WELEY CH&APE4 WllDXBSFFIBLD ORATH, ).OLV-RRAMPI'ON, 0O..MORilo w SaSnd ay) Awsal 21. Dline Service t balt pat Ten, eadi quarter past Six. S= COoilectlof5 wDil be made te Subscribers-only content

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    Viabtic flotitot. THE ]11RMINGHAM SMALL ARMS COMPANY, (LIMITED.1) INCORPORATED UNDER THE .rOINT-STOCOr COMPANIES' CAFITAL £200,000., iN T000 SHARIES OF £25. EACH. Of which upwards of 3,400 Shares have been taken, and £0,000. paid up. It le now proposed to Subscribers-only content

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    COMMERCIAL AND MONZTERY. ryma ll" dr~f n rt,, - A _J . .TA Y I IkVom our City orreepsondent. I LONDON, Tuesday Evening. A quiet business hat been done in the Stock Exchange, but prices have been steady all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUDLIO ANU8BEHMM8 THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGAM. LAST SIX NIGHTS oP MADLLH. BEATRICES LONDON FROU-FROU COMPANY. TIUS ERNNING, at 750o o'clock, SM A B I E A N T OI N E T T E"' OR," THE REGN OF TERROr" To Subscribers-only content

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    PUBI1 AUBEam-. THEATRE. ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. :LUST TWO NIGlIRS of Madio. BEAThRICKS FOU-FRot T COMPANY. T MOv.JT R ldr) BENEFIT of iADLLR BRATRIOZ "RtlOU-FROIJ; or,`ashlon andlPassion," " A CUP OF THA&31 To-MORROW (Last Night) "MARY STUART," " FOLLOW MY LEADHllI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIAGE OF. SIR CHARLES DILKE. The Right oan. Sir Charles Wentwsorth Dillce, AILP. for Chelsea, waas married on Saturday to Mrs. Mlark Pattison, at the parish church of St. Luke's, Chelsea, by special license. The ceremony was arranged to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLS AND BEQUESTS: The following have been proved *-Of mr. Alfred Burmes, formCrly of No. 7, Dartmouth Row, Blackheath ; per- sonalty, £112,000. The testator leaves £3,500. to such charitable institutions or societies, and in such shares as his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRAVELLrNG AT CHRISTAIAS. For the last year or two we have experienced some of the delights surrounding the " old-fashioned " Christmas of which we have read so much. The snow has lain deep in places: the family coach-horse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A MISSIONARY ON AFFAtS INR MATABELELAND. The Rev. W. A. Eliiot, a missionary from Matabele1 land, speaking at the annual meeting of the Edinburgh auxiliary of tOa London Missionary Society on Monday night, made reference to the present state Subscribers-only content

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    LORD SALISBURY AND THE -1PLOYER&'LIABILITY BILL .t The Marquis of Salisbury received a deputation at a , 2D, Arlington Street, London, yesterday afternoon, from i the Lancaslhire and, Cheshire Miners' Federation, respEct- iag the icontracting-out" clause, and also with Subscribers-only content

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    .THE RAILWAY STRIKTE H EAVY LOSSES BY THE e COMPANIES. (FThost ou CoaaSsOMnENT.) EniNsrenGH, WRednesday. So far as the Edinburgh district is concerned there is little alteration in the condition of affairs to-day. The Imen still stand firm. To-day Subscribers-only content

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    THE IRESH WILL CASj. The hearing of the case of Bagot '.,Begot was resumedS on Saturday. There was a great crush, for admittance d when. the doors of the Probate Court opened. Mrs. Bagot, ti the plaintiff, Miss Edith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRICKET. Seoretaries of local Cricket and Lawn Tennis Clubs will oblige 1by forwarding their reports of matches promptly. NOTTINGHA3MSHIRE v. YORKSHIRE. 3 (J. 0. SHAW'S BENEFIT.) 3 The Nottingham men batted very finely on Saturday at 3 the Trent Subscribers-only content

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    LOiX) !DDESL-EIGH ON .0ME POLICY. 7. - _l - T2 1 .A fS n .4LaA ., - - .o The Earl of Iddesloiah, G.O.D., attendeld a Conserve10 c tive demonstration in Sherborneo Pack on Satardpy a'fter- P noon, and Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIAGE OF LORD BEAUMONT. The marriage of Lord Beaumont with Violet, only u daughter of Mr. Wootton-Isaacson, M.P., took place in b the church of the Oratory, Brompton, on Saturdiay after- E noon. The wedding party assembled at the Subscribers-only content

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    THE YORKSHIE REPOSTTORY, LEEDS. 'MONTHLY SELECT SALE. 1jNTRIES of HORSES (10s. each) for Next Tugs- -EA day's Sale shoold be sent in not later than To-day (Friday), tlat they may be advertised in Saturday's parers; and CARRIMIES, HARNESS, &o., Subscribers-only content

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    FAS HION. T liE co UR T. OsBORNo , APRIL 25.-To-day was the birthday of the Princess Alice. In consequence of the deep mourning no kind of festivities took place. OSBORNE, APRIL 2a.-Trhe Queen and Prince Coan- sort, accompanied Subscribers-only content

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