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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PERSONAL NEWS. Tin QUEEN DowAGER -The Queen Dowager and the Princess Au- gusta have during the last few days been much in public. On Thursday the Royal party took an excursion on the water in the revenue galley stationed Subscribers-only content

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    I THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Preferment; or, ,7y Uncle the Earl. By the ALI. thor of " Mrs Armytage," " Stokeshill Place," &c. &c. 3 vols. Colburn. This is a clever book, with a very praiseworthy object, and though perhaps Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tessdao. October9 20. WAR OFFICE, October 20. 5th Light Dragootis-Assistant-Ssrgeoon 1H SlStanters, M.D. from the 73rd Foot, to be Assiostait-Stsrgeoo, vice Blake, proenotest olt the StoWf. It orGrenadier Reciment of Foot Gatlors-Ensigtlt andLieut. C. Mooro Subscribers-only content

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    ELECTION INTELLIGENCE. ENGLAND. AYLasnuly.-At a public meeting of the electors of Aylesbury Mir Layard explained his political sentiments, and having promised to support free trade, an extension of the suffrage, and the ballot, his candidature was unanimously nceepted by Subscribers-only content

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    GT AME LIST.-LONDON, 'IIII)DIESX,andWESTlINSTER. FIRST pi!B.lICATION for 1857. LIST of PFRSONS who have tahen out GENERAL GAME CERTIFICATES at ' a Od. eacb, including the addi- tioenl, dutl of l0 per cent. "inder the Act of 3 Vitrt. cai,. Subscribers-only content

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    bi 5tua a). The melancholy death of LADY LoPES, the mother of Sir Massey Lopes, MY.P for South Devon, and Mr Henry C. Lopes, M.P. for Launceston, took place on Saturday morn- ing last. Her ladyship, who was about Subscribers-only content

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    THE LONGTON HALL HOTEL COMPANY, LIMITED, SYDENHAM. CAPITAL 10,000, in 2000 SHARES of 5 E&AH, PAYABLE AS FOLLOWS: l on Application, 2 on Allotment; the remainder as required. Chairman. Major-General FREDERICK PYM, C.B., Junior United Service Club; and Beckenham. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LONGTON HALL HOTEL COMPANY J (Limi ted), Sy debham-. Capital .iccno, in noon Shares of 65 each, payable as fo~lows ;-j~z on application, tC2 on allotment; the remainder as req'tired. CHAIRMtAN.-M~ajor-General FREDERICK G. PYM, C.B.,Beckenham. BANKERS.-London and South-Western Subscribers-only content

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    NEW PUBLICATIONS. The LETTERS of CHARLES DICKENS. (Now for the First Time Published.) Edited by his Sister-in-Law and Eldest Daughter. 2 vols., demy Svo. 3-5. [Ready thzis day. OUR HOME in CYPRUS. By Mrs. SCOTT-STEVENSON. With a Map and Subscribers-only content

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    THE BIRAUNGHAM SCHOOL BOARD. THREATENED CONTEST. On Sahurday Air. Ball, the assistant town clerk, attended at the Council House to receive the nominations for the forthcoming trieanial election of members of the Birmingham School Board. Up to four o'clock, Subscribers-only content

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    ON=&S TAVLES. ~~ of one o~~~ ~~r two leadlug Hou'ses. ~l0 ibmmooAgent,7, in- Clourt, Lon-. o lC, lcereiCad expe~ricnccd) Wants a Situation; 01- tLLLR (enegeti F e.eva~d' tisoe of leather and leather goods.-Addereo,L 5!,Psit0Ie ehvn many year experience in Subscribers-only content

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    ,4Cn'~o tgzom erY Street d olbah oo.-E. 'sjep. last five years oceupie b .-Throcer Pud al Crer~ ttd u iy trade. Fixtures O05tiunalbfl9S P dee A t 43Temaple Street, L.et4 V 10s i-,:CO Rooms to Lat. Slet I'loor. e Subscribers-only content

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    SITUAT9~ VACAN~T. ~ AAL~'~ ~wloo 0 Maicgier, capablo oDnirngFehn itnoj~~ 3j iog.(living Estiircateo4,ardSpitedn ti 7're1f1', frei~llcyiii fltn aid'l rloo 2BuknhmStreet. StranLno. a ~i aIoeatickilson~. Saddler, Meridlen Streot, (Ivio~~~d otelanta. ply, O. Williamnson and G'~tdo~oeil Sr Ciainva Edg Too' W-orko, Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. WOLVERH AMPTON. TEE RESULT OF A QURREnL.-A gipsy horsedealer, named Nathaniel Smith, bas been admitted to the hospital suffering from an injured ankle. A quarrel took place in B]Uston Street on Wednesday night between some unknown a, Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. b,(Froes Lsast .Nad'bls Gazete.)e ADJUDICATrIONS. 0 PHILIPe SCOTT WNeVir, Oesett, Yorkshire, rag merchant. 3. Biaroase HOa'cNUNSN, trading an William Hopk-inson and Sons, dI Chatham Street, Halifax, contractor. e Grortee Lo~uis, Vic4orni, Street, Lochwood, near Hiuddersfield, Itlate Leeds Subscribers-only content

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    THE POLLUTION OF THE RIVER TAMo. Yesterday, Mr. J. T. larrison, Local Government Board inspector, held an enqu iry at the West Bromwich Town Ia I, with reaferene to an arplication made to the Local Government Board by the Subscribers-only content

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    HTORASES, CAFRIMAGES, &.. rOIR SxLE)ca~yd.(! ( Z'l ill 11 I . "'VInh ' tic t rite Troni at. I.'s' c-n '' A .1--i: ts-l 51.51ii' io'e C'"'l. -ts. A l l:-ta.'r- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~r Subscribers-only content

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    ASTON POLICE COURT. YESTERDAY.-BIforeMfessrs. HOil, &SnUwoed, and Fates. As ExTrAtonDINARY Msi.-William Hill, hairdresser, of no fixed residence, was charged that he, being a - person of unsound mind, was found wandering at Salti ey on Thursday.-Police-constable Bachelor found the Subscribers-only content

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    6rithrt. BiaM1NgrAGx1 V. TRENTHAM.-Theseo clubs met at Trent- ham on Tuesday and Wednesday last to play their return match. Determined to give Birmingham "a small licking." Trenstham had surnmoned for the occasion a very powerrul team, including the Mesers. Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DA.Y. TEn Court Tournal, which, perhaps, is not the best authority in the world, gives us some informa- tion with respect to the new Reform Bill. It ap- pears, according to this source of information, that, Subscribers-only content

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