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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uAtc.st Intelliselict, SATURDAY MOuNrxG MARCH 19, 185g. The Paris Moniteur of yesterday announces the nomina- tion of the Marquis Turgot to the post of Ambassador of France in Spain, in the place of General Aupick, who is appointed Senator. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PLAYHOUSE NOTES. IX. JAMES I. AND THE PLAYHOUSES-STHAKESPEARE'S LATER WORK-THE MERMAID CLUB. By the death of Queen Elizabeth, on the 24th of March, 1603, the London playhouses lost their first Royal patron, a sovereign who, wisely adapting herself to Subscribers-only content

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    PLAYHOUSE NOTES. XV.-AFTERe SHAKESPEARE'S DEATH. Shakespeare wrote no play after the burning of the 'Globe, and it is probable that he ceased to be a playhouse proprietor before that event. The three years or so pre- ceding his death, Subscribers-only content

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    PLAYHOUSE NOTES. XXIII.-THE CLOSE OF TIHE SHAKESPEARIAN HALF- CENTURY. Brome's Jovial Crew was one of the last of the hundreds ,of comedies, good, bad, and indifferent, that were brought upon the stage during the seventeen years of Charles the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. *The Jewel Room of thle Towcr of London, will bo closed for repairs until this day woek. The Vintage is nsmall in qpuantity and badl in quality 1, throug-hout Italy, but better in Sicily. A fine pike, weighing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Restrict Bews. WAISALL. Cou.vry CounT.-At the sitting of the County Court yester- day, before Mr. Serjeant Clarke, the following insolvency cases were disposed of:-Thomas Holman, of Walsall, saddle-tree maker. Mr. Beadou supported an- Mr. Ebswerth opposed. The application, which Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. PLACIHEATH AND WOOLWICE FL&T RACES AVD STEEPLECHASES. Stewards: C. H. Carew Esq., Capt. Hawhesly, W. B Porenman, jun., esq. Clerk of the Course andJudge: Mr. T. Marshall, St. George's Place, Northampton. Hfandicapper: Mr. R. Johnson, York. Starter Subscribers-only content

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    BPORTING INTELLGENCE. CATENHIRE HUNT STEP Th- YESTSRDAY. Acf earof a, lritNlTMEtIb Ei P.TE uting .lb . . ........... .. S GayL~a. ThO SELLI.10 STAiEeS. TheLaE , * -- *-*- .....................* -]3an i.g R Br , a, 1 ot i¢tll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OOMMERCIAL AND MONETARY.1 - AFrom'our!Ouy.U aiotd:np -. Loi6N, 'Friday Evening. There is only a very 'pakti%1 rally, in the pricea of| atock, tbough the tone hag rather improved.. The unexpected reduction iII the rate of discount b; the! Bank Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ThlbllC tiD tlt CIi,0 RMIiU HANGHAL TRIENNIAL MUSICAL = FESTIVAL, IN Anl OF THFE FUNDS OF THE ERIINGHIAb GUINEIOAL HOSPITAL. TWENTY-NINTk1 CELEBRATION. Ont TUESDAY, The 271. I'1l))Y135DAY iIC2IL, TUURSD-i . 1he 29th, ea1FrlRDA1', 7he 301h Aipuis!. PATRONN, HER MOST Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4CIRCELATIO1N 0f THE " DAILY POST:, We have the pleasure of stating, for the inf orin R- tion. of Advertisers, and our readera generally, that the ordinary daily cironlatlon of the DAILY POST for the six manths just ended Subscribers-only content

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    D91o tk8 VreG(Rimd of Sala byi Pronsa Oonfrcael ro1' Lsek" md" W1Mntads," se paiges 2 andt 3. To~eSOLD TwoenpeiorFreehold HOUSEIS. in Bleemsnbery Wate-App at138. o3331 p ~aTCL&38 DESSand MANTLHUsT&EING ESTARLIS3IF FL1FM for DISPOSAL. In a fashionable and improving town Subscribers-only content

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    1Ieo itAL% Ifu Ive wellibutilt L65srehold HOUS3ES, WallI tesufll~~, Iwt pare Land aditonble, suitable for eix more, near Go ich Bb k- Ot Sold hoheaparett of the money may reanin- * aiyl'eat, 086~~~~~C127 &. L~tli o a ~uofacoryVery low Subscribers-only content

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    BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT. YPSTERDAY. Bfoi'e Jfess.q T. C. S. Kgnrerstlg (StiPesudiaoif), C. R, Cop~e, a ad E. (ihytklee. TIlE CASE OF SIHOOTING IN HAR.INo STREEr. -10101 Boldell 1WoodrIN d (29), Frankfort Street, was charged, on remandl, with shooting and Subscribers-only content

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    Me~lft WNTED. hy a toog BlrMlch, Te 7a H a. ,WinohobSreCetn references. ~~~~~~~~~c3339 I-m ---- Aeail owgan, a SITUATION noHar ~~TANTE~b~i~rs.,as w 57.DailY Poet. 3997 GroCre.WANliDbe a exberouclMan, SITUATION in ¶I~asav Trde oed~ef~eue5.~dd~sOJohn Edginton, ylrrsdo.~ANT~l). STUATION a Improver. ~~jg~~referaeO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F 'NCCY M 1ESSES, PATTELINS POST FRlEE. T UR ;z SOI'S N A AND NEPHEWV. l;1NCIDjrENCHOESIl5Os, I i~7.l.9,1, s 1,, t 2E REPS, is.0, VA. 2id., Is. 4Wd. D BESS SELlGES, 10. 3!d., is. 03'I., Is. t., is, 3d. Subscribers-only content

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    public w ejniitqu. pONECEU 0VF WALES THE ATRE. .luop rletor. Mr. JArt EsRoia xic Directrcas, Mrs. JAm Fi Roonruni. UKENiSE ATTRACTION FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY, COMENCING MONDAY NEXT, Jrily ID. A 1 9 B I D DEN p SA Subscribers-only content

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    IMPORTANT NOTIES. A Y A A ND C O.'s 2L 2t 23, I.VW sIR52Bt lIZSMUGHAM. ANNUAL SALE OF igEs AND BOYS' fm CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, HOSIBRY, SHIRTS, UMBRELLAS, TRAVELLING RUGS, POETMANTEAUS, &O., SW. fE Y A LI A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7 9j7H A.Tfl 1 I, O'<)V AiZ 3,1it!-F$(HA M. THE iuasr xa "PUVT 'JZVA&F1117 FlS r'AC"'14," V.ln~tns by tlii~ Ornbhabled At tin (Xe' ;anyr/ t~~~m 'Dex.1o ItSs I 2t~tf1iw l~t'ot;tNe)-, dsr ho (II L4-3W ts ,, by(haeles ~'x'ci YOUflrEfc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a MAN used to the Gold Chain PreeaTirg ioene bu~eMentad applyD A ply, HOPD At=day I %W". Glat Jewellerm- WANTED, YOUTHS end BOSs, ujEd to *ho T*Trde-apply, S27, Hylton Street. C2432 ID AS atrD7SR WNE.-[1.Wle Brothr AJPatert Cantor Works Subscribers-only content

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