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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL- EXAMINER, Party is the iandiess of many for the gai&:of a feW.-POPE. i- *' THE MAGISTRACY. IT is bow scarcely possible to, take up a nei'spaperywithout seeing some instance of Maigisterial incapacity or abuse of authority. This Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ,- GLEANINGS. , Pleuro-pneuntoni3hs broken out among a herd of cattle nb Asht~on. 4 ,- R % r ' Hdnimeramitt tridge is 'tobo be leblt at a &6s6 do C I £86,000, - : It is oxpeeted that Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. - At Bridgewater, on Monday, Catherine Wilisnr Stone waes committed for trial charged vith. bigamy. T Te French Mediterranean squadron, under thecommmand of Vice-Admiral Krait nz, has arrive e i nl Soda Bay. A Annurent to the Austrian Subscribers-only content

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    NEXNAS OF THE DAY, In the House of Lords, last evening, the Earl of 4 ROSIEBETY introduced the Secretary of State for Scotland Bill, which proposes to attach to the oflieo 6 the Keeper of the Great Seal and Subscribers-only content

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    ftotirs of pp~ra tolo j~rianrrilt. sa:, ~~Osltf0 OL It~i~1l~l'lI~t~fl be In OTICE is hereby given, ta application is or -L intended to be made to Parliament in tice nert session for aoc soe oclt or acts to authorise tlce Subscribers-only content

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    SAltc to Ruction. 32, MPADOW-LANE. LEED3. LA! STOCK-IN.TRADE, WO11K B-ENCHEq. TrOOLS, ROUSE,. 0 BOLD FURNITURE and EFPECTS. is Messrs. HEPPER and BARKER aire Instructed to SELL BY Mr. AUCTION, underA aDeed of A.Esignment, on% the premises OfMr Tilessrsl. J. Subscribers-only content

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    EBOADITEAn-APPLYTOyr.--ep. 28th, at Dauty. by the Rrv. J. C. Atkimiror, ircumbert. Mr. C. W. Broadhcad, of Leods, to Haunah, tecovddaughterof lMr. Appleton, Castletou, Clevelhud. CLAVION-RAYNER.-SCpt. 28thl, at St. Lukes church, Hall, by ths hev. J. Webb, comin of the Subscribers-only content

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    DATIeR JAcuInrc.-fle. 12th. at the parish church, Eaqirrrwild, by the Rev. 1-1. AirA slie, Mr. Martin HBarker, tarmer, Thitrhl hIy. to Barbel, yOUDgest daugniter of Mr. Thomas Jackson, of E ismgwold, gtracer. Buiroos-BoOTwniroe.-D. c. 10th, at the Registor-ofie, ltan Subscribers-only content

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    ; LOCAL WAND OENERAL G.. Pe L -.LzEs PAw~siz CHU1IOH.-Last night 'teRV.- to4 Canon Gibson, Fzincipal of Wells Iflieclogical College, x- preached at Leeds Piarish Church, in connection with the C reopening services, whicht commenced on Wednesday. The subject Subscribers-only content

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    CONGIREGATIONAL ?ION. I omax AID 10C1321. I The C-ngrogat ' al Ci .oe ci tint inn and Wales reverted its Kr: irs esle?dt\ ?fl fisudifir, ui.dsr nrc pr?-iu, rev of Ni:-. Albert Spcc-r, Mi'. .?Citr me- liminary praise and Subscribers-only content

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    SALES BY AUCTcl1vi. TT117R YORKSHITRE R=ll'SITORY, LEZOSD 1N'rRIES of HORSES (5s. eao.) for next Tisceiay's ~~~Aehoabot be madle Tra-ay Friday), taut they may b zdveesiwe to Satnirday's Paeors 71.B-Thoe GK1rAT ANNUAT, WH1T*T-YNTITrf i0AR'RLAAF ISALrf wHil aeo be bald on Subscribers-only content

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    rMODX TIZE LOWnoN (; -.- P-zrTTM, Trov. I'l. I .OMINATION OF SHERIFFS. te T'Te names of those *ho are nominated for Sheriffs by ie .he Lords of the Council, at the lxchcquer, on the morroW as of St. Martin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .TO WUM =DZT0A or T=Z DSvn}' X,"Unualtl. Ql- I Sill, Iam not accustomed to adire"' the Public, ~but feeling a warml unterest in upholding- the character and indepen.. ilence of the Yeomen of this kiugdoim, I have been) led Subscribers-only content

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    c-:t giattrit A'rlutio TCESDAY 5l0IiNfGD, In the House of Lords yesterday, Lord S0emn>s moved a resolution declaring it essential that the 3Militia should be recruited up to its established strength, .and that the Militia Reserve should be formed in Subscribers-only content

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    Ck qetriasticl & lielo. PREFERMICENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. t: v. A E iigoe t;;gs rtector of the Btistiop 1,te Menlmorial r(liii itt, Xliittiwti v: )ii clorr lat'lii '°to thte 7th Lan.cei (Miii- vli~tcr-t Ar tillers \Vtiiiiteet's. tRev. Natalaiti l 1101iotgbiroe, Subscribers-only content

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    "', THEE REVISED OLD TESTAMIEfl, rse,The publication of the Revised Old Testament to| n. the retail booksellers commenced on Monday at mid-X o, night. The revision has occupied 1a years. Extra- slyordinary precautions have been taken against the n, Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHURCH AND THE UNIVERSITIES. CLERICAL OBITUARY On the 10th July, at Park House, Highgate, the Rev. John Oliver, Warden of the London Diocesan Peni tentiary. On the 7th July, at Sheepscombe Vicarage, Stroud, the Rev. Joseph Baylee, D.D., Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHURCH AND THE UNIVERSITIES. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Rev. N. Bolingbroke, to St. Etheldred's li., Norwich. Rev. T. F. Boultbee, to St. Mark ' 3 V., Nottingham. Rev. H. T. Currj*, toMickfield R., Suffolk. Rev. J. P. Foster, to Oxenhalland Subscribers-only content

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    CAMBRIDGE. MARRIED. On the 10th inst, at Linton, Cambs., Mr. Edward S. Wilkerson. of Whiten's Mere Farm, Castle Camps, Cambs.. to Amey Barnard, youngest daughter of the late C. T. Claydon, Esq., of Hadstock, Essex, and for- merly of Subscribers-only content

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    C-_MSaxX>C.S, March 30. MARRIED. On tbe 23d inst., at Saffron Walden, Essex. Mr. George Frederick Good, solicitor, to.Mary, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Jacob Nockolds, of Audley End. On Tuesday last, at Deptford, Joseph Alfred Hardcastle, Esq., of Subscribers-only content

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