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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DOG SHOW AT COVENTRY. The Coventry and Midland Fanciers' Society held their first annual show of sporting and other dogs in the Market Hall, yesterd:ay. There were over 400 entries, in forty-five classcs, and nearly all the dogs nere Subscribers-only content

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    AND JOURNAL. WNEDNESDAY, SEPTEIBER 21, 1831. 9 NE' WS OF THE DAY. The LORD LIBUTB.NAX¶ of IREI AND arrived at Hawarden Castle, from Dublin, yesterday even- ing, on a visit for a fewv days to the PRIME e MINISTER. Subscribers-only content

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    AGENCIES, 'TRAVELLERS (contd.) 'hwroom in London, vloul reply to offers.-Addreo, 226, Sells, FleetsStreet. London. R.C. 1848 'IN~sPLEMN, eperincedin al broche ie expot Trde cat - 1 ao e-17 UE'el i~Snc.-AdVtotlgeDncy wintheisAderushtinier's ½ onneetitO metrchan, shippers, engineerra, plumbers, water. ZTA- Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT MNWS. ;W ET. BROMWICH. TgF Dcswanse AT E1u ToQ.-At the Board of Guardians, yesterday-Mr. A. Thompson presiding- Mr J. H. Chessbire gave notice of his inbention to move at the neat meeting that'a resQlutioa passed recently with reference Subscribers-only content

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    Ilemoved from Lmpopld,9cuare, Oliapeltown-road. The Furniture of a' gentlremn decasoed, ouiila large quanatity of geusral Ilousehold Etf-c!'s frone varions respectable Fourcea. wessrs. REPPERt and bONS have received instructiono to Sell by Auction, in their Roomis, East-paradel. Leads, on T/iarsdaoy Subscribers-only content

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    ULSTER INTELLIGENCE. irsOif 0055 COI POOOEST5.l Si Sun Tea M?GSiSBA GAs COMrAxT.-A meeting of the ?, shareholders of the abdve company was held on Monday for the purpose of consideriog the pro. ? posal of Mr. John Davis, late Subscribers-only content

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    BE L FAST: TUESDAY APRIIL 4, 1893. (ESTABLISHED ANNO IU37.) .A.a A M. Dcpuy has been asked by President Camnot to form a new French Ministry. Two eler1ks were drowned yesterdny by the capsizi of a boat-on the River Subscribers-only content

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    STATIONS OF TEE BRITISR ARMYE. CORRUCTED UP TTLL in' APRIL, 1893. CAV Al, R Y. Station. I1st Life Guards .. .Siornelilte I2nd lo . . St.-Totes's Wood IRoyal Horse Guards s.Hyde Park le1t Dragoon Guords.. '.Windsor 2nd do .. Subscribers-only content

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    BELFAST: .MONDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1897. CESTABLISHED ANNO 1737.) - I Abet~~~t Iev-X t A new Greek Cahinet has been formed, with I Zainis as Premier and Minister of Foreign Affair 8ir Edward Clarke, QO., I.P`, will address a IneetinT Subscribers-only content

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    NMUSIC AND THE DRAMA. I -- - -- - a - iCOSEIGN CORRESPONDENCE AND MUSICAL INTELLIGENCE, (Rx"tclsvR Foa THiE BRA.) CLARis.-All our principal theatres are fully attended at pre- senr. Never were the treasuries more flourishing, or the re.. Subscribers-only content

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    AQUATICS. High Water at London Bridge. Nov. 16 morning 20 min.past 4 afternoon 42 anin.psst 4 17 ..... . 5....... ....... 30....... 5 18 .......55....... 5........22....... 6 19.......50......8.. .......23....... 7 20 . 5 .....7....... 7........36....... 8 21....... 14 ...... Subscribers-only content

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    MELBOURNE.-Frank Hussey's company of Minstrels have been performing some time at Weston's Opera House, but want of sufB- ._ " - --- - .. P IAA t^- ofw cient patronage compelled them to give way to the Gregory troupe. Subscribers-only content

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    I OXFORD BREWSTER SESSIONS. ,, I . - -. --- -- i4'. 1 n4 f Oyforc Th Anuale Liaeosing Sessions for the City i t uxoorLa were hold on Monday morning last in the City Court, the, Justices present Subscribers-only content

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    DERBY BOROLGI POLICE sNEW8, * - -- -- - a A LAST REsouRoE.-Thomas Carr, a cripple wli stated that he came froaa Leeds, was charged with breaking a pane of glass at the locknp, value d8 njl Upton stated Subscribers-only content

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    MR. BALFOUR'S IRISH VISIT. A MAGNIFICENT WbtLOOME. 1- 20-'] Mr. Balf our arrived in Belfast about nine ornMonday, 28- and was met by Lord Londonderry and the Lord Mayor of 20- Bealfast. Re drove direot to Mountetewart, where duringl Subscribers-only content

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    REGIREt'TAL AND OTHER NOTES. H : r ;: I It its prao tically settled, according to the Broad efli Alrroo, that General Lord Roberts will succeed Lieut.- Me General Sir Evelyn Wood in the command of the Her Alderahot Subscribers-only content

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    I:., vQfi UXT9R CXM£P AT % . , YARMOUTH. 0 More moele-. wrectge more' tesdayn I, in the night, the Orderly Room of the 1st Derbys is down once again, the Quartermaster's Office tern- V porarily transferred to the Subscribers-only content

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    l?OTICES.-THIS DAY. Last day etHilaSy Term. COURT OF CHANCERY, LINCOLN'LINN. Ar lOj.-Bnvoae TOOC LORD Cn.5a?CeLLOa.-ApPealo: Vivian v. Cocbrane; Underwood v. Wing, icr judges to deliver opinisti; Gold. smith v. Russell, to be mentioned. Petitions: lore Suitors in Chan- cery Subscribers-only content

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    PUBLIC SALES. OCT. 12.-By Messrs. NouToN, HoGGAnT, and TensT, at tbeMart.-Important freehold estate,heingthe principal part of the town of Southtowv, otherwise Little Yarmouth, near Yarmouth, Norfolk, consisting of wharves and warehouses, with extensive fiontages to the River Yare, or Subscribers-only content

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    FINE ARTS THE ART TREASURES EXHIBITION, MANCHESTER. (FRoM A SPECIAL CORRESONDENT.) In resuming our observations on the collection of works in the precious metals we have to notice that till within the last few years the goldsmiths art has Subscribers-only content

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