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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10AISONf BRIE.-TROUSSEAUX. A1 A 9S, Condeit-street. F ISITOnS to the C3RYSTAL PALACE.-To! l ond%.n and Country Ladics.--The REGENT-CIRCUS ESTA- BLISHAl.NT.-SOWLERBY, DIIAYSON, tnd TATTON (!i72 and 274, Ecgent ciri-a', *xtord-st-ect), irupornvsof F~rcigu and 1ritisb fivux- frctur-s,Silk Niercer, Laccrac, aund (icneralWaTchouatmeul.-Nlesre. Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHURCH AND THE UNIVERSITIES. CLERICAL OBITUARY. On the 20th inst., at Little Leighs Rectory, Essex, the Rev. John Green, M.A., aged 67 years. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Rev F. J. B. Allnatt, to St. Matthew's R., Quebec Rev I. K. Subscribers-only content

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    EXCHANGE, Leicbstbb. Fbiday, Jaw. 31." I (Before J. fFhetstone, Esq. Mayor, T. Payet, J. Biyys, J. Metier, and R. Harris, Esqrs.) Richard Hubbard, of Sanvy-gute, waa charged with throwing n brick-bat through the window of Mary Keane, Craven-street, nnd Subscribers-only content

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    LUTTERWORTH. PETTY SESSIONS, Thobsuay, Feb. IS. {Before the Rev. William Pearson, L. D., R. Gough, and T. E. Dicey. Esqs., and the Rev. Thomas Belgrave.) Application.- John Brodghton, ef Grew Wigston, snd John Newman, of Leicester, two lads, who Subscribers-only content

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    Sales bp Ruction. BY MESSRS. COOKE AND WARNER. VALUABLE FREEHOLD MANSION, The Gr..nge, Beugrave, near Leicester. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By COOKE mid WARNER, At the BELL HOTEL, Leicester, Friday, the 30th day of January, 1863, at six Subscribers-only content

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    Salts fo) BY MESSRS. COOKE AND WARNER™ IMPORTANT SALE OF OAK, with the Bark, and other TIMBER, GROBY, near Leicester. THE ANNUAL SALE of TIMBER, in the Manor of Groby, will take place at the STAMFORD ARMS INN, Groby, Subscribers-only content

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    LUTTERWORTH AND ITS NEIGHBOUBHOOD. New Highway Districts Act. - Returu of Way- wardens appointed for the Lutterworth Division of the County, March 26th, 1863 :- Arnesby - William Williams. Ashby Magna - Johu Hubbard. Ashby Parva - George Mason. Subscribers-only content

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    LUTTERWORTH. Petty Sessions, Thubsday, May 28. Before the Rev. J. P. Marriott and A. Arkwright, Esqr. John Bunney and George Taylor, the stewards of the Walton enrolled Friendly Society, were charged by John Gamble, a member, with refusing to Subscribers-only content

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    ITaral $ntel%*n«. The Treasurer of the Indigent Old Age Society begs to acknowledge the receipt of £100 from the Executors of the late E. D. Lawton, Esq. The Treasurer of the Leicester Dispensary begs to acknowledge the receipt of Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIAGES. On the 20th instant, at St. Mary's Chnrch, by the Rev. W. Barber, incumbent of St. John's, Robert Bristow Berridge, of Leioester, solicitor, to Mary Ann, only daughter of the late James Morpott, Esq., of Lutterworth. No cards. Subscribers-only content

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    LEICESTERSHIRE ARCHITECTURAL AND ARCKEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. A bi-monthly meeting of this Society was held in the Guildhall, Leicester, on Monday last, the Rev. J. H. Hill in the chair. THE NEXT ANNUAL MEETING. After the transaction of financial and general Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTH. On the 18th inst., the wife of Mr. A. R. Donisthorpe. London-road, of a son. MARRIAGES. On the 22nd instant, at the Parish Church, Brighton, by the Rev. R. S. Smith, incumbent of All Souls', the Rev. Brooks Subscribers-only content

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    LEICESTER INFIRMARY. The treasurer begs to acknowledge the receipt of the following collections, made on the third Sunday in June, in accordance with the request of the Weekly Board:- £• s. d. Great Meeting, per Rev. C. C. Coe.. Subscribers-only content

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    Salts bg %nrtiaix. BY MESSES. COOKE AND WABNEB. COOKE A WARNER'S NEXT Bale by Auction of HORSES and CAR- RIAGEB, wtil take place at the THREE CROWNS HOTEL, Leicester, on Saturday, the 80th July, 1864, at Twelve o'clock precisely. Subscribers-only content

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    LEICESTERSHIRE MICHAELMAS SESSIONS. FINAKCIAL BUSINESS. Hie County Magistrates assembled in the Grand Jury-room at the Castle, on Monday last, for the trans- action of the financial and oth.r business rulatin* to the County.-C. W Packe, Esq., pre B i Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS OR WAKES, Within the Circulation of this Paper. Sunday. Nov. 13.- Misterton, Poultney, Walcote, Smee- ton.T/yndon, Desford, Dunton Bassett, Swithland. Sunday, Nov. 20.- Ashley, Easton, Keyham, Laxton, Peatling Magna, Pickwell, Slawston, Wilbarston, Thorpe Langton. Sunday, Nov. 27.- Great Subscribers-only content

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    THE WEEKLY CALENDAR. (From the Post Magazine Almanack.) Sun Rises Sets VI. IV. Nov. 20 Sun. 26th Sun. after Trinity 26 4 „ 21 M. Princess Royal born, 1840 28 2 „ 22 Tu. St. Cecelia 31 1 St. Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS OR WAKES, Within the Circulation of this Paper. Sunday, Nov. 27.- Great GKfcn, Illston, North Kil- worth, Stepleton. Sunday, Dec 4. - Aylcstone, Countesthorpe, Easton Magna, Foxton, Houghton, Hambleton, Peatling Parva, Welham, South Kilworth, Old. Sunday, Dec. 11. Subscribers-only content

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    FEASTS OR WAKES, Within tlie Circulation of this Paper. Sunday, Dec. 4. - Aylostone, Countesthorpe, Easton Magna, Foxton, Houghton, Hambleton, Peatling Parva, Welham, Fouth Kilworth, Old. Sunday, Dec. 11. - Tur Langton, Fleckney, Brunting- thorpe. Sunday, Dec. 25. - Subscribers-only content

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    LUTTEBWOBTH. The next muting of the Lutterworth Liosjned Vic- tuallers' Society will be held at the Stag and Pheasant, ou Monday next at six o'clock in the evening. A man catting himself Wellington Young, came to thb place last Subscribers-only content

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