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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPOBTING. f LATEST BETTING AT MANCHESTER. We have nomaterislobl Retonotice since our last, tbe 3 only horses.bce t anyspirit lheing 31wMowbiny, 0Oscar, and Sir Peter Lsaurie for tho Liverpool Steeple C hase, Triete and Contentn eut for the Chester Subscribers-only content

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    ROMA ZLiST VTGIr$S GAZM-BTT ,, I [NA3ME OF UOLICITORS8 ANDa PUZIT FARTIOSILAMItSTO El 4OUTA01111 AT THU 0111011 OF TME 0UIWV MUII'AVR, CO~uN OF RaNEIWNT . 11ASDSERAI.L.STH MANKRUPTS uusouw.t hEuSE BRU&LLMI, I eadealmlled , wltdtmanclht surrender Oct 31, at IL Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIED. On tho 19th instant, by the Rev. J. Mahe, at the Catholic Chapel, Chelsea, aud afterwards at Trinity Church, Upper Chelsea, by the Rev. George Rivers Hunter, Rector of Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, Charles William Francis, only son of Subscribers-only content

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    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. The Convocation of Yoke met on Tuesday for the despatch of business. The Dean of Manchester waa elected prolocutor in the place of the late Dean of York. At Wednesday's sitting, the Dean of Durham moved that Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Nov. 9th. at Broom Hills, Great Stambridge, in this county, Mrs. W. H. Rankin, of a son. Nov. 10th, at 25, Park Crescent, the wife of Captain William Baring, of the Coldstreom Guards, of a daughter. Nov. 13th, Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE THE CALENDAR. Sunday, July 25th.- Ninth Sunday after Trinity. St. James, Apostle and Martyr. - Athan. Creed. Morn. Lessons : 1 Kings x. to v. 25 ; Luke ix. 51 to 57. Even. Lessons : 1 Kings Subscribers-only content

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    THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS, 1883 AND 1890. RECEIVING ORDERS. (By telegraph from last f Friday) ni.,ht\-> London Ha-, (I- Edmund Williams lately residing at Allerton-treet. SaJtmead, now Arabella-street, both Cardiff, builder. PlmvS s,UlamT5 ,Ulam T A . ley ' Scybormen Subscribers-only content

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    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE, PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. Rev. Robert Gill Irving, incumbent of Rastrick. Rev. Francis Musson, rector of Elland. Rev. Benjamin Wright, jun., vicar cf St. Saviour, Brownhill, Batley. The Rev. T. R. W. Pearson, B.A, chaplain of the Leeds Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING. Th-v! . HUN TING APPOINTMENTS. nesdav «5J t 3_ h "^l wiu ""*' <>h Monday, at Salt Hill ; Wed- afeteTen! Shees ' W ««*W; Friday, at the Magpies- Mr" wiftoteSV" 1 ■» Pri » , « Ditton-at Subscribers-only content

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    IRELAND (from our own correspondent.) DUBLIN, Thursday His Excellency the Lord - Lieutenant and the \ Tountess 0 f Eglinton left the Viceregal-lodge yester- V morning, at 1 0 o'clock, for the Dublin terminus of t he Midla» d Subscribers-only content

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    Trotting Match. - An extraordinary trotting match against time, took place on Monday, the 24th ult., on the turnpike leading from Shroton to Blandford, by that much admired highbred entire horse Rector, trotting a dis- tance of five miles Subscribers-only content

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    ADJUDICATIONS IN BANKRUPTCY (From the Gazette of Yesterday.) I BANKRUPTS. ROTicr.* of Awrr___Tio-_i _np first gnmsos o» casri_oß9 I To Furreadei at B___.ghal!-st.*.et ) , K.c_iard Ciark. late of PrL_ce_-itreet, King.land road out of l business- April 2C, at Subscribers-only content

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    ADJUDICATIONS IN BANKRUPTCY. (From the Gazette of yesterday.) BANKRUPTS. , EICHARD PRATT, Richmond-mews West, West'oourne-parK-rosd, hackney carriage driver, to surrender June 21, at 11. | Epgar Trela wn y, St. Leonards-place, B:shop's-roaJ. gentleman, June A at 11. Thomas Nash Subscribers-only content

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    2 n r-n ■ ij HUNTING APPOI.VTMfi.NTS. The Devizea Harriers will meet it Old Park, on v Sa'nrday. tbe JOtb , at Eleven .clock. j Tbe Cliarhorough Hounds will meeron | ( f the ."th, at Spettisbury Down j Subscribers-only content

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    W&ilt* anH Dorset. SALISBURY, Jan. 14. Od Saturday week, as a farmer, named Collins, was returning (torn Shaftesbury market, he was attacked about two miles from tiie lown, by two men, who brutally beat and robbed him of a Subscribers-only content

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    POOLE, SATURDAY, July 8 Poolb Steam Packet Company.- The half-yearly meeting or this company was held on Monday last, at the London Tavern but was not very numerously attended. It was unanimously re- solved to ptace the Water Witch Subscribers-only content

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    I On the 2nd instant, at Beekenham, Kent, by the Rev. Charles Law- ford, M.A., vicar of Winterbourne Stoke, Wills, the Rev. George R. Winter, 8.A., rector of East Bradenhaos, Norfolk, only sen of the late Roger Winter, esq., Subscribers-only content

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    TOTTON, Sept. 11. The Reformatory at Netley.- Mr. Williams, the late master of this useful establishment, having left, we under- stand that the vacancy was filled up at a meeting of the managing committee on Wednesday. Fire. - About Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF COMMONS.- SATUBDAY. On the motion for the second reading of this Bill, Mr. D. Griffith said he looked upon the proceedings in reference to raising money for the war in Abyssinia as a sort of Subscribers-only content

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    DREADFUL MURDER IN SHROPSHIRE On Friday a Mr. Clerk was out with bis dog shooting over some land between Stircbley and Kemberton, ia Shropshire, and his attention being drawn by the dog to a ditch skirting the field, be Subscribers-only content

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