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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOLT ACADEMY,, GER GWRECSAM. g Mae yz arheliadau vylibeddus mewn cysylltiad a'r r gwahanol ysgolion yn LIoegr a Chymrn yn sicr yn cyraedd amcan daionuis. Mae en heffeithiau i'w canfod I eisoes yn y 1Uwgyddiant sydd wedi ac yn Subscribers-only content

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    pai UrP. 01.1I t Llt5 T.t n, SionelV ti main Di tis ch:arej hv tle C`ihurch IV'Irden of p;:rlish, it im htwimg disorde lly. Ile sirated, that tie 1-airdmy h. r liame to him :ulml tlmtrd relief, wv itli. Subscribers-only content

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    POLiCE REPORT. From the Irffv, -i~r of rEVioI"cyE ta'llen before ' Cctrnmttee of the Htiner of t' ormiolri. Oit Tie Poi:e of the Alctrop31is. tih | lion. irfNRY tEly BiiENEr r in tile C iir. fleais of ji.f Coleqahoiur's Subscribers-only content

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    Tjr7H POLITICAL EXAMINER. )rtj is tSh ness of many for the gain of a few.-PoPS. AGRICTJLTURAL DISTRESS.-CHURCH ESTA- BLISHMENT.-TITHES. - disappointuent of the short-sighted hopes of the i Lded people, by the recent fall of prices, has caused cvneral Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &,. On Monday last, about half-past one o'clock,.v at. the Rev. Mr Perkins, of Brixham, left that place in his boat; lie had rounded the bay, seaward visited Torquay, and was on his return, when about five Subscribers-only content

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    POLICE. MANSION HOUSE. A Pious LANDLADY.-O11 Monday, two men, named Hayes and Church- ,11, and a wo ,an named Forde, were examined touching their treatselit of asailor, fromn whom the men had forcibly taken two five-pound noteS ald some Subscribers-only content

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    COURT OF KING'S BENCH. I Saturday, Nov. 18. FOUL CHARGE-HIARTSHORI, V. SOCACKELL, OF THE JOILN BULL. Mr SCARLETT-My Lords, I am to move your Lordships for a rule to show eause why a criminal information should oat be filed Subscribers-only content

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    POLICE. MANSION IIOUSE. EFFECT OV OATlS.-A very aggravated charge agaitnst a hackney. coachman, could not, on Thersday, be gone into, for the aggrieved persd'n was one of the Society of Friends, who could not take an oath! The LOaD Subscribers-only content

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    LAW. COURT OF CHANCERY. Thtursday, Jan. 11. WELLERLEY V. DUKt OF BEAUIFORT. Towards the rising of the Court, Mr HArTt rose and begged that his Lordship would name a day for the decision of this cause. The LORD CHANYCU3LOit Subscribers-only content

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    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

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    NEWSPAPER CHAT. The Lord High Admiral, it is said, is desirous of having some Naval Peers created, as a counterpoise to the preference which appears to have been shown to the military service in that respect. The Bishop of Subscribers-only content

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    T1HE EXAMINER. LONDON, Nov. 4 1827. THE Foreign news of the past week, as regards the progress of events connected with our own political relations, may be very briefly unfolded. To commence with Portugal, the arrival of DON MIGUEL Subscribers-only content

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    N O T A B I L I A. Chief Justice BEST has retracted his extraordinary opinion (delivered in the case of Batthewvs r. Galindo), that the evidence of a woman cohabiting with a man could not be received Subscribers-only content

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    POLICE. GUILDUALL. A man, about 40) years of Y. , named James Wfison, waS on Thursday charged with behaving itd'ecntly to two girls, about 11 years old, belonging to the St Paarick's Sehool-T-'e evidence went to show that ihe Subscribers-only content

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    ASSIZES. T : . I Lawaso, TuiSDAY. CoLLINSvt. BanIDGE.-Tbis.was an action broughbt~by Sarah Collins, a. woman about 40 years of age,. against Horatio Nelson Bridgfer, aged 219, for a breach of promise of marriage.., The pIaintif 'was housekeeper, to Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMINER LONDON, JANUARY 22, 1832.9 The Civil List of Louis Philippe is at length finally voted by the Chamber of Deputies. It amounts to twelve minlions of francs (480,0001.) It is therefore a trifle less than the-;Civil List Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMVIINER. LONDON, FEBRUARY 19,1832. Several important retrenchments have been carried in the Cham- ber against the French Ministry; while others of still greater import- ance have been lost. On the whole, however, there appears fair promise of a Subscribers-only content

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    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. I BRUTALITIES OF THE HIGH AND LOW COMPARED. 'Plate Sin with gold, And th strong lance of Justice, hurtless, breaks; Clothe it in rags, a pigamy's rush doth pierce it." The Duke of Wellington made a Subscribers-only content

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    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, SEPTEMBER 30, 1832. On Saturday week an announcement was received from the French Papers that the King of: Spain was dead. The news was received by express from the French Ambassador, and was conse- quently implicitly Subscribers-only content

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    MARRIEDI. On the IIth inst., at St. George's, Bloomsbury, by the Rev. John Macaulayevcar of Loppiogton, in Shropshire, Edward Cropper, Esq., of Liverpool, to blMrgaret,. daughter of Z. Macaulay, Esq. On the 13th inst., at St. Paoenras Church, Mr. Subscribers-only content

 

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