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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MA RRIA-GES. Lately, at Worthiog, P. Powell, El q. of Kensington, to Miss Cleiott, eldest daughter of the relehrated Dr. Calcott. DEA'THS. '- On Monday; in Piccadilly, his Grace tl;e Duke of Port. lamd.-Although this -ohiemnan has for some Subscribers-only content

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    Nowr ready, the Third anld concludijng Volhume, with a fine Portrait of Queen EMOIRS of the GREAT LORD BURGHLEY. By the RiL Rev. Dr. NARES, Regius Professor of Modern History in the University of Oxford. Dedicated, by permission, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HARTLEY ON MAN. In a large volume octavo, price 12s. in boards, QBSERVATIONS' on -MAN; his Frame his Duty, and his Expectations. In Two Parts. By DAVID HARTLEY, M.D. The Sixth Edition, corrected and revised. Londonb' Printed for IThomas Subscribers-only content

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    OFFENCES, ACCIDENTS, &c. AccIDENT TO LADY ANNE MEADOWS.-On Wednesday morning, Lady Anne Meadows was riding along George street, Portman square, accompanied by Colonel Joliffe, when her ladyship's horse took fright at being struck in the Yank with a piece Subscribers-only content

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    POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTION, 309 Regent street, Incorporated by RoyalCharter. This most interesting Ex- bibitioi, csbinsing instruction with amusement, contains a Canal into which a Divingbelldescends daily with foursornfve persons too Di nsit-el- able depth, and a Diver exhibits the method Subscribers-only content

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    PERSONAL NEWS. EARL GREy.-This venerable nobleman met with an accident on Tuesday se'nnight which might have been pro- ductive of serious consequences. After the fatigue of dressing for dinner, his Lor dship placed himself in a re- cumbent posture Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. The Student-Life of Germany. By William Howitt, from the unpublished MSS. of Dr Cor- nelius. Longman and Co. Much has been whispered at various times of the glories and mysteries and mischiefs of Burschendom -the college Subscribers-only content

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    THE THEATRICAL EXAMINER. ASTrs ENTEmRTAINMENTS. With Easter the operas have put forth their strength, and especially HER MAJESTY S THEATRE. Madame Sontag re- appeared on Thursday as Norina in Don Pasquale, a character well selected to display the quiet Subscribers-only content

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    ODbitary oC J-otable pUer0gols. HIS GEACE Tiam DuES or NwCAsTLE, E.G., died at Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire, on Sunday, the 12th instant, after a long and pain- ful illness. He was the son of the third duke, by the fifth Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER, North America. By Anthony Trollope. Two volumes. Chapman and Hall. Apart from the special interest which now attaches to America, it is impossible for Mr Trollope to write other- wise than pleasantly. His fluent style carries Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GOSSIP. tie IF it were not a duty. on the part of a correspondent to t rd the events of the .Lord Mayor's show, it might be 1,soiesed in a few words : there was no show, and Subscribers-only content

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    joistritt Lgaus. COALBROOKDALE. THE EXHIBITION AT THE LITERARY INSTITUTION. We should not deem our ropors of the soir&e held on the 51st proximo, in commemoration of the inauguration of this important institution, complete, did we not now in detail Subscribers-only content

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    NEW THEATRE, MOOR STREET. The attempt to acclimatise that delicate exotic, " Opera," in an atmosphere where plants of native and much sturdier growth have thriven so indifferently, is a phenomenon of sufficient rarity to claim a word of Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INrTELLIGENCE. NOTYINGHAM SPRING MEETING. Stewards Ii1. Savills And ti. P ayne, Esqrs. dodge: Pr. R. Johnsoon York. clerkc of ths Course: Mr. J. Bradfiled. Starter: Mre. TP. Maralslfil. Magnlificent weather, eta fins as May, %weleomedi tile visitorst Sherwood Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. - NOTTINGHAM SUMMER MEETING. Stewards : Maiquis of 4iglesay, Earl o fStansford, Viscount St. Vincent. clerkc of tile Couree anud Handicappor, Mr. James Bradaild. Judgo: Mr. Rlibard Johnson, York. Starter: Mr. MsGeorge. Noiwithatandlng an exodus, of something Subscribers-only content

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    pu j;;ivotrmtnts, TIHBATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. ttnder tbe Managetnent of Ifr 3. HL . Simpsrn. "D 0 T." LAST SIX ,%IGHTS of Messrs. J. L. TOOLI and PAUL S 8~~~E-DFORD. TIHIS EVENING (Monday), October 31, 1 B ciciaulafte Drwahma eltitled Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING IN TELIdGENCE. AETICIPATIONS OF THE NOTrINGHAM MEETING. Rtecentrainshave wonderfully beneitted the course,which in racing phraseology may be termed excelient going, fHeavy showers fell during the greater part of to-day, and though the arrivals of horses have ba en Subscribers-only content

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    I SPORTING INTELLIGHNCEO BRACING FIXTUERES ITOR 1868, MARCH. Liverpool Sp... S West Dra ton.... 12 Ep7om Spring 24 0belrnrford Sp. DL 10 Warwick Spring., 17 Oroxton Parl 27 Shrewsbury Spring Is Macgate PRIg21 Northampton. 9ll APRIL. Edinburgh Spling 41 Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NOTES. TURF NOTES AND ANTICIPATIONS. 0o ,he HDlr.) of the DAELY Posr. Sir,-Oonuidering that the SBtton Park, Oarlisle, and Worcester meeties all oasbed with the gathering at Ner- market, success han assodated with al of themnn Batthe most Subscribers-only content

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    I SPORTING INfELLIGENCE. WARWICK SELECTIONS, There was nothing of much moment in the 'sport decided at Warwick on the second day, but the " Grand Annual " will he a great draw to-morrow, and several superior performers will con- Subscribers-only content

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