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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NG n, - DONCASTER RACES. -YMTrnAy.-The first day of the Doncaster spring meeting das favoured with delightfully pleasaut anid euwmmer-]iks weather (for a, shower at the close did no harm), and tbe Corporation, who control the destinies of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AT a MEETENG of the PROVISIONAL COM- MITTVO! the I NGI.TON-UPON-BULL, EXCHANGE. A ml' TMEECIAL' BUILDfGCOMPANY, held suLkh Osoas .su~'in I K ou~-m i ll.te7thl October, 1845, was Imoved by GEORGR LIDDEL.ta REq., setonded by MATTHESW ~J *SKIGLY Esq.A Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL NOTBS AND QUERIS. ~O~ OFNunnBE 579. .Ta OFTHEl SOANDUIAV1AS. IN TEE : EAST RtIDIG. Mkr. T. Eoiderness, Dritesld, wrztes- Trahdition alwasys speaks of the northern inlvaders as Danes, but the place-nae of the E~at Riding are of Nowegmit Subscribers-only content

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    &WAI1 Ararragessesenfrom a distancCemuOS bc asthsllieaed Dthlh simnataure of one of our o-tenls or by thst of a known corru. of andaenl. Aanoencemenls of Births are sibjeclt to a charge eo z2s.6ed.each, and soust be praeverifvautlihlcateda pe er at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iLOCAL AND GENERAL. 35 a The Lord Chancellor hag gone to Dunira, near .0 Crieff, Perthshire, for the shooting season. t Ii LF-EDS P'IUMITIVB METHODIST CONr2iRENONE._ From a ballarce-sheet published by the Local Committee who superintended the arrangements, it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T , MIIhT. at 8, 'fr. GEO. HILL'S LECTURE. in. T Scool 'Il.I'Il hroug h rhlo (- tioc.. nt.''I ililcoo 1 i.eg r Views. tNDI-~~ PREBYTRIAN CHURCH. OPE I~C O NE ORAN. tet I R wil ~eteiteod ii ie'abse,.natniett Subscribers-only content

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    -k1i(EI cla IcouIs. _dXRS OBt CCONISITS, &c.-A rtentlematt TI~ r,1,nhoRUKICH CIGiAlIIVES~fo, of .the celeboneted bv to be SOLD. ai trat baZtafin. L5t cash boc oouC na be seven, or 6arnpleifb0 acnt upon reaeipt of 2s. p~,oq v L-denhIsdbsteeec. London, Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND GENERAL. .~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~--- &. @ .. I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~la Tnzx PRoPosED CAVENDISH MEMORIAL.-Anl C influential meeting of gentlemen was held last night atC' rthe offices of, the lKeighley Local Board, unuder the presi- re dency Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NATURE AND SCIENCE. Local and General Obsetivations.. THRE GERM THEORY OF DISEASE. This subject is discussed in a paper in the current number of Uhoassbers's doternal, the writer concluding that j ait as wheat does not crow except from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I OP0UNG OF A NEW DOCK AT M-AfYPO1 O . I - tni ;. - l .- - .-- A1 -- _ 1t.t id Yesterdgay, in fvourable weather, the large new dock B- at Maryport was formally opened by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAWN TENNIS. Tfl SCARBOROUGH LAWN TENNIS TOURNAiMENT. President, Sir G. Sitwell, Bart.; vice-president, Lord Derweut; committes, Mr. W. H. Mahon, Doncester Club; Mr. F. H. Dibbes, Saniacland District Club; Mr. Pierce Dix, Brincliffe Club, Sheffield; Mr. E. Fletcher, Ilkley Subscribers-only content

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    SL--ES BY itIVATi TliMACT' I 37, LOWERHEAD-ROW, LEEDS. ESTABLISI-ED 1842. ¶RpEITED -Splendid Iron-frame PIA NO, full ompas5; price16gUineas; cost over£40. Walker's. -r TLIAN Burr Walnut PIAN'OFORTk, by eminent er. cetanir all tbhe latest imnprovements; iron frame. full r teck Subscribers-only content

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    |FIRE I STOKE NEWINGTON.-EXCITING K.. ~~SCENE. Yesterday morning, between half-past two and three o'clock, a fire broke out at 75, High-street, StokeNewing. ton, a bakery occupied by Mr. W. Schnieder. Mr. Schoieder discovered the fire in consequence of the Subscribers-only content

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    O;DDFELLOWS' CON FERENCE-KINGSTON UNITY. IThe conference continued yesterday, the CTaner M3snn (Mr. Matthew Henry Showler) again presiding. EQzUrMsL'ON Or arcs FUsD3. The conference was employed for some hours discussing matters arising out of the Newcastle-on-Tyne cotrt- spondence,in which the Subscribers-only content

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    5a*e bp Aurtin. THE YOtRKSIHII1 IEPOSWO OR-V LEEDS. IJNTRIES of EORSSES (he. each) for next- TUBS-'P E-XYls SAL sli~ost,1 he ojlai- r lift 1r thaa Friday, t-hat tb-v m~ay lie adoertilseil In SatUrdase tiaras and C-A~RtIA(r-;S. HtORSiES &%., fa~r Subscribers-only content

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    SALE CONTINUED THIS EVENING. HE SALE OF BOOSK AT TEE IARTT, 7, T CASTLE PLACE, will be Continued THIS EVENING (SATURDAY.), 1st April, at Seven. o'clock, commencing at No. 90 in the Catalogue, in. eluding the Old Irish Statutes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IT SALVAGE SALE. To be SoMl by AUCTION (on account of whom it may concern), at the Commercial Sale-Room, S5, ANN STREET, on MONDAY, 21st August, IS65, at Eleven o'clock, H nE UNDERMENTIONED G 0 O D S, DA- Subscribers-only content

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    SALE TO-M1O0 PHOW. HOUSEHOLD FUIENITURE; LARGE TELE. SCOPE, BY DOLLAND; LAIIGE IMUSIC-BOX, BOAT, WITH SAILS AND OARS; DUCK, SHOOTING COT- FOWVLI:G-PIECES, RE- VOLVER PISTOLS, DUELLING PISTOLS, BROADWOOD PIANOFORTE, CHIMNEY- GLAS ; CARPETS, BOOKS, GOLD WATCH, SEVERAL PAINTINGS, &c. To Subscribers-only content

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    SALE THIS DAY, SALVAGE S.ALE CONTINUED. To be Sold by AUCTION (on account of whom it mar concern), st the Commercial Sale Room, 33, ANN STREET, on THURSDAY, 24th instant, at Eleven o'clock, HE, REMAINDER OF TIE GOODS, DA- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALE THIS DAY. NATIONAL DIORAMA OF IRELAND. In conseqoence of the Dissolution of Paytnership of the Proprietors, Mr. JOaN CRA.MSIE wil SELL by AUOTION, at the CORN EXCHANGE, VICTORIA STREET, Btldast, on SATURDAY, 2nd S8ptembar, at Two o'cloch, THAT Subscribers-only content

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