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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIE.TH, On Saturday and Sunday last, at Wibsey Moor, Sarah, the wife of John lVatt,-a miner, was safely delivered of three children. They were baptised by the names of Abraham, Isaac, and Rebecca. One of them die~d; the mother Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SCHOOL of DESIGN for the EDUCATION of ARTISTS S and INSTRUCTION of AMATEURS in the Theory and Practice of DRAWING and PAINTiNG ; possessing every requisite for the study of the Human Figure, anatomically, as well as in its Subscribers-only content

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    GO the ELECTORS of IHASTINGO T3 end ST LEONARDS. Oentlemsen,-As a Dissolution of Periasnent may be er- peetmd during the cont. e of the present year, I take thir early nrppeetnaitvof ainfermnla you, ins order that yol user hove Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. THE DEFAMATION AND LIBEL AcT.-On Wednesday the New Dafamation and Libel Act came into force. Its operation extends to England, Wales, and Ireland, the only exclusion being Scotland. There are ten short clauses in the Act. carrying out Subscribers-only content

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    Cbituav! of igotabte psrffint+ THE EARL OF HARRowBr died on Sunday last, at Sandon hall, Staffordshire. This nobleman had, up to Friday week, appeared in his usual health, and had passed over his birthday on Wednesday (the 22nd ult.) Subscribers-only content

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    I ACCIDENTS, OCCURRENCES, AND OFFENCES. DEATH FROX CnHOROFOR'o.a-Mr Carruthers, a gentleman of fortune, residing at Dormount, Annan, lost his life recently from the incau. tious application of chloroform. It appears that the deceased vas afflicted with asthma, and having Subscribers-only content

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    SANITARY MATTERS. MORTALITY IN THE METROPOLIS.-T he births and deaths registered in London during the week ending Saturday last, February 10, were:l -Births, 1,673; deaths, 1,196 the average for the week being 1,169. The 1,196 deaths registered in the Subscribers-only content

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    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. Prince Albert has applied to the Lords of Session, in Scotland, for a lease of the lands and barony of Abergeldie. &c., in Aberdeenshire, for the period of forty years after the terso of Whit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS.-MoNDAY Juns 30. IMPuoSrN3IENT Or AaBD-L-KADER.-The Marquis of LONDON- DERRY, pursuant to notice, put a question to her Majesty's govern- ment, asking whether they had received any communication from our ambassador at Constantinople respecting negotiations Subscribers-only content

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    M[IS CE L LAN EO US. OFPICIAL APPOINTrIcNTS.-The Lord Chancellor has been created Baron St Leonards. The Earl of Derby has appointed Lieut. -Col. the Hon. E. Wilbraham to be his Private Secretary. Mr C. W. Stronge, of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Tre VACANT Veoz-CuANecaxoasUrp.-" The few strag-lers of the Chancery bar still lingering in London are occupying themselves in speculations on the vacancy in the office of a Vice-Chancellor, caused by the death of Sir James Parker. The Subscribers-only content

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    THE FUNERAL OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. On Thursday the mortal remains of Arthur Duke of Wellington were conveyed from the Horse Guards to the Cathedral of St Paul's, and there buried by the side of Nelson. A million Subscribers-only content

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    THE AMERICAN MINISTER AT LIVERPOOL. On Tues ay a splendid banquet was given at the Advl1lpi Hotel, by the American Chamber of Commerce of Liverpool, to the I-Ion. J. R. Ingersoll, Minister of the United States to the Court Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Thursday, February 10. LAW REFORMS. Lord CAMPBELL, in laying upon the table the new rules and re- gulations drawn up by the judges under the common law procedure act, took the opportunity of testifying Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. If! mI ight give a abort hint to an impartial writer, It would be to tell him his fate. f he resolved to venture upon the dan~erous * precipice of telling unbiassed truth, lret him proclaim Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT,. HOU SE OF L;ORDS. Monday, February 16. LAW REFORMs. .The LORD CHANCELLOR stated the intentions of the government with respect to legal reform in a very long and elaborate speech, in which he first enumerated what had Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOU SE OF LORDS. Monday, February 21. THE SIX-MILE BRIDOE AFFRAY. The Earl of CARDIGAN again called attention to the prosecution of the Irish soldiers engaged in the Six-mile bridge affray. He com- plained that the government Subscribers-only content

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    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. If I might give a short hint to an Impartial writer, It would be to tell him his fate. if lie resolved to venture upon the dangevona precipice of telling unblessed truth, let him proclaim war Subscribers-only content

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    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOU SE OF LORDS. Monday, February 28. CANADIAN CLERGY RESERVES. The Earl of DERBY presented a number of petitions from various bodies in connexion with the church of Scotland in Canada, praying their lordships to preserve inviolate Subscribers-only content

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    IMERIAL IPA RL A MENT.. HOUISE OF LORD:S. Monday, April 11. THE CANTERBUBY ELECTION. The Earl of ABERDEEN moved that their lordships should agree to the address which had been' adopted by the House of Vonimons, prayingifor a commission- Subscribers-only content

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