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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY, and at smith and son'as Bcol stalls, Euston tation. to AND JOURNAL. r THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1882 B w THIURSDAY. SRPTEMBER 7, 1082. t w e~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ pt.1. The Duke and Duchess of ALBANY left Osborne &ri Subscribers-only content

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    EO TI-, iULIEN(REL IS it le ao id Dt e to le Bs 3C 1'S V- r- :r- id re of: xt ia, lie !r- ar ht [n lII ill to n. es :s, Dp rs- Uc' ad at Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. R~ACING NOTES. There was , capital attendSanre at Kensspton Park, and some capital apart was provided. Backers, isosever, lead a dreadful tises, as, with the slisgle exception of Frensis Grey, erery favourite was bowies over. With rgard Subscribers-only content

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    T TME DERITEND CHAPLAINCY. A conference of the candidates and their solicitors was beld yesterday, at the offices of Messrs. Smith and Pin- sent, Waterloo Street, to make final arrangements for the conduct of the election. The ievdls. C. Subscribers-only content

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    THE ROYAL AC6,ICULTURAL SHOW AT WOLVERIIAMI'TON. AH a spectacle, the Iloyal Agricutllril Show, on the Itaccconursr, at Wolverhanipton, opened yesterday. The weather for the greater part of tihe dhy Wits delightful; Iut tl~e smisiuine was too rerent to diy Subscribers-only content

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    BlltMINGHAM HORSE SHOW. The annnal exhibition of horses opened y terday In Ningloy HlsL As has already been stated in anticipatory noticss, the Show this year exceeds former exhibitions both in tttractiveneis aend the amount offered in prizes. The Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. rI,g RACING NOTE'S. rge Advices from Manceiscter this morning state'that the fro* has entirely dicappeared from tho grounil, and though thes UiP meeting will hardly be as successful as it -would have been on codl the orlig,'lc Subscribers-only content

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    . SPORTING INTELLIGENQE. TI RACING NOTES. There was a large attendance at ;andown Park this afternoon, 0 the prospects of good sport being quite sufficient to tempt visitors, in spite of the very cold weather. Snow kept off .during Subscribers-only content

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    OOSSIP FRO-M TIRUTH. Next week's drawing room -will be the last that the Queen will hold this year. There wvill, however, certainly be one more thawing room-probably about June 2. which will be held by the Princess of Wales; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . DRESSES AT THE DRAWING ROOM. The Princess of '"'ales held a Drawing Room yesterday afternoon, at Bulckingham Palace, on behalf of the Queen. The Duchess of Welligton woro a handsome ress o i cream satin, trimmed with English Subscribers-only content

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    I GO,. IP FROM THE WORLD. I The Queen leaves Windsor )esat Monday for 'Alan ehester, proceeding thence to Balmocal, vwhere she wil arrive on Tuesday morning. Eer Alajesty is to stay in Scotland for fise xeek-s, 'and the Subscribers-only content

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    COURSING. GOSFORTH PARK COURSING MEETING- TP1s DAY. The Gosroirt Drimv, for 150 Dog Puppies at £4 10s each, £1 forfeit. THR DpRAW. Captain Ellis's Enquired agst Mr. Graham's Glentarras. Mr. Melvilln'sBellingham agst Mr. W. Bateson's w & f Lord Subscribers-only content

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    COURSING. HIGH GOSFORTTH PARK COURSING ITEETING-YESTEnDAY. TnHI inaugural meeting of the coursiug season at Higlt Gosfortli Park was com1menced yesterday under very favourable ciroumestances. At first the weather was rather foggy, but after half an hour's coursing it nearly Subscribers-only content

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    COURSING. EIIG E OSFORTL PARK COURSING M lESETING-YEsrjiRany. (CA3muian weather prevailed on the second day of this meeting, the sun shining with summer bril- liauny, witb a gentle breeze blowing, which made the coursing of a most enjoyble character. Subscribers-only content

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    COURSING. L HlIGH GOSFORT PARK COURSING WEJ2YTING-YEsTRnDAY. ON arriving at Goeforth Park yesterday tnornin we foend the coursing enclosure enveloped in a fo1 so that a, start was not made till about twentt minutes after the time fixed. Otherwise Subscribers-only content

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    COURSING. PLUMPTON OPEN COURSING MEETING. Stewards-Messrs. T. Quibsampton, H. G. Miller, T. E. B. Hilliard, F. Graves, T. E,. Fiske, J. Clift, and Captain Dewe, Judge-Mr. Hedley. Slipper-A. Luff. The PLUMPToN GRAND PRoDUcE STARES for puppies, at £13 each Subscribers-only content

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    COURSING. PLU MPTON OPEN COURSING MEETING7f I YEsnTE)oi|h Stewards-MIessrs. T. Quihtampton, H. G. Miller, T T. B. B.' Hilliard, P. Graves, T. E. Fiske, J. Clift, and Captain Dews, Judge-Mr. Hedley. Slipper-A. Luff. D Tnrnn was a marked falling-off Subscribers-only content

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    SPQORTIN G. F ORETZILLER'1S NOTES, KiroITio PAurF, TnuausnAT NiGHT.-Though gooa fields were seen, there was an amount of tame- ne about the proceedings at eampton Park to- day, and the form was not above plating order: nor was the Subscribers-only content

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    COURSING. -THE MONEYGLAFSS MEETING. Preside t-Captain IHamilton Jones.' Vice-president-Earl of ilmioroy. Committee of Mainagrement-Capttain H~alpailton Jones, James Sands, Henry C. Mann, Bernard O'Kame, John Doris, Thormas S. Taylor, Samuel Qilmour, S. Garvin. Patron2 pud.Field Stewarde-Tames OweDL,; Captaiu Archdale, Captain Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTTIN G LIVERPOOL MBETING. E LIVaEPOOn, FnoDAT.-The Liverpool Autumn ii Meeting, contunded this afterooon,has been one of I the gtetbtest successes that the Mdssrs. Topham F have achieved at least for several years past, and Y it must be Subscribers-only content

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