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V'^EN ^^EREFORD^B^FRANCES GERTRUDE, THIRD DAUGHTER OF JOHN I L°E C'TY. L HEY WERE PART OF A CONSIGNMENT OL ITOUCNESTS T CSTT UPUI^ 1 OM DLTE\ IOR;L /(CHEERS) emplar named Gu!lan, 0 f Conference at Ma.nchest or drunkenness. In his po e Good Templars and a bot otch express had a narro eday morning, when it v the truck was knocked entangled with the tr di..tance. wa.s made at the Bra. moting the Higher E r Mill had left a u¡oqu i st open its degres t P^ BUT MR. GLADSTONE, WE MAY'TRUST, IS TOO SUTESTJAAIM^^ IN A mnt needs TIJ^^I^^RAT^IT^HJEQUES4;, in COMMON LIEUT.-COLO OIL WA'S'COLOUJL "LLOYD" LINDSAY, °WH ^ERED FC°R.TW° SALMON wn-n TAKEN with the ACCOMPLISHMENT of CERTAIN REFORMS which the NATION re- LISHED weekly, PRICE FWOPENCE LONDON, 81A, Fleet-street) D^FFAWN UP WAGGOR "LET^KIAS ^BEEFROI^^FF^HA'FL^BPB^PILSF HE AESL-TANCC in LONDON >\ NAV A8A'N> however, on SATURDAY morning, COGN:S«D as urgent, and which it BELIEVED that LIE in an there has APPEARED A SHORT CORRESPONDENCE on 'THE BROKE the WAGGON ran DOWN the INCLINE, AND THE LAD REFERS to I LR VEAGWOOD as that REMARKABLE person, WHEN CAILED UPON THEY WOULD do their DUTY. IN C ,E,U' I ,N HA FTE3,T AT E S M E N, Bayonet. wasKlUed. WHOM obser vation and REFLECTION^ lead me to regard as for th.j WINNER in which TH^I U.»IL drunk :I 0 11 'Ler led. 11 1 sor ^RR TRUMPET GIVES not so MUCH an UNCERTAIN SOUND as none at WHEN DESCENDING into OPEN ground, FIXED their SWORDS at bless the LOB" MARCH^L^ RATE e Y'U-S" r rom W 1.<1 he 3. seen, w su "was LU UNTIES' COURSING" ALL. So long as this STATE of THINGS continues, the ISSUE the end of leaping-poles to KEEP OFF cavalry. AT BOS WORTH MEN OF HARLECH.' BOTH are AMONGST the TUNES PLAYED bv of London. most ANXIUU- to do HIS in the INTEREST of Iii EMPLOYER, «« „ CLUB. WILL BE DOUBTFUL. THE RETROSPECTIVE SPEECHES OF MR. LOWE THEY HAAU OFF IN THIS MANNER THEBRAVEST CHIVALRY ENGLAND THE MAGNIFICENT PEAL OF THIRTEEN CARILLON BELLS WHICH HAVE THE KING OF ITALY LEFT BERLIN ON FRIDAY NIGHT, SEP- ♦ 8 XTIY?WHJM HE ,HAD DEALINGS. H« ,K ED TO VFE-MRT.L.BOOTE. COMMUTE OF MANAGE- AND MR HENRY JAMES, JAST AND TRUE AS THEY WERE IN MANY COULIFFLFCU^ Xke YSER E|»Y^B|FT TO AE^FCBEEN P LAY* THE^ER.^ |G„ J_ M ^S^^T^GRAM ANNOUNCING THE KING'S DE- ^^ILUTAUVE (CUE^ OF MR ^LC^N, H,S CHIP'S IR > J. KILL, J. T MLINSON, J. SOUTHAM, J. POINTS, LACK POLITICAL EFFECT. IT IS TO BE HOPED THAT WHEN £ BW*H*#A»WAMOUNT LA WWMKBV\W»NLEUB V* '1 FFL|RT*<I 8AJJIFW ':#>(; EMPEROR A MOST CORCIAL FARE- SONG—MR CHARLES WILLIAM?. IR>$N,0VTUR<I- JUDGE—MR N. K. WONTWORTH. MR. BRIGHT MEETS HIS CONSTITUENTS AT BIRMINGHAM, HE WILL REPOWMPA 8H«L JBDIWDIIRY AT^W BLTRFIBIFCFT PHW IFC C ^CYULALRK«%^AAOF FLFFRLJ ETQMAAPFL||^MB|KTSSING HIM REPEATEDLY." THE MR NICHOLSON BRIEFLY RETURNED THANKS. HE WI<HE RH« ADDRESS HIMSELF, AS MR. LEATHAIN DID AT HUDDERSFIELD, TO A REPLY BY H. WKIGRT APPEARED IN The Anttfaary of *'CK"IL'> UEAR WREXHAM, A DOFFKEY, DELONGING TO ANOTHER IRAESE TROWD E?H!N^ATTWSF STATION, AND ENTHUSIASTICALLY LIERY EVERY SUCCESS, AND \,AS READY TO DO ALL HE COA D O ELDIT 6;ICI, NNER F OURTUGI^SA AUMAT^JIFIIS ABOUT TC^ECOME AUG. 9. IN WHICH THE HISTORY OT THE BAYONET IS TRACED TO PERSON, FROM A FIELD, AND A HARNESS FROM A STABLE, AND CHEERED THE DEPARTING GUEST. BEFORE HIS DSPARTURE THE TO THAT SUCCESS. 1 P Mr WATSUN then asked d ¡.;t whlc f ¡he teas urt D It ,a ho \V^R TH FONSHE^^LANCE, HOLINAHED RSJJB^THE WN AND BEA^IADI^^P^^P)1^T THE^II^PN ^IWBSHFPCL THEFLHT AGAINST A°*J. V^M^HH^|9J^8MEB^K^^HB^^UGHBOROUGH^ AGRICULTU^^H^V °ra8o0n. I GRENADIER (GIB'S) A BYE F^RHUU, IWKWN^F H^KPRKL^I £ >"WITH A BRTEFT^ BEE £ A^F11 WERE °T £ VV°[S^ °F QUERY HAS NOT F H"VEFS.T' ^DSTRONG'LY^^HSN °^T MUCH (' III. TERVAL, SINCE 1847 HE WAS A GREAT WHIST PLAYER, AND THE THEWCIJLFRENG<J^FR BOSWORTH ? SAW THE DJ|PA3ED IN JAME|TH^(WT OF THE BED. HE | FARMEIJSTO (JIR^CTITHEIR ATTENTAON TO THE PRODUCTION <OF BEEF TO FIND THE CAPITAL TO EMPLOY THEM. FROM HIS CHILDHOOD ENADIER [ GRENADIER (D.TINTRY'S) BEAT AUTHOR ta „,„RVFV,»F .MO _^NL € 1 || YL Mm ■E^^1*9^HYI^ELISI^EAN<VLT<1'^ A ■OCTORW J^W' 4|-RI TMPFCJ^NJJTT?M £ T'MIAB MORE REMUNERATIVE THAN THE HE HAD BEEN USED TO THIS BRAIN WORK, AND HE HAD BEPN GRENADIER (GILL'S) AUTHOR NF A WORK ON THAT GAME MB V# MLJLMU|^ XLRTTYIAG J^W^TANISEP WJLAYITLXN °P^VT"T^^R IT! V G'°°MY OF 2DOE.°F H^^A^' PROUD TOEF"CIATH°RT3 H THE TTO K, A OF (^AUTIAN BEAT MR W. BAKER'S BOTANY HEARD HIM SO WELL SPOKEN ^DYN. AND IS DESCENDED FROM W^WVNN MANRIR>E BIS JIGED TOSEU,TH»YHAD'DETERMINED TO DOSO WHEN A F^OURAL^ :,VEBNIIF ERUII THE REV. ROBERT O'KEEFE, OF CALLAN, HAS WRITTEN A eldest ton. MR WYNNE, OF PENIARTH', REPRESENTS THE second NEWPORT (SALOP) HAS TRIED THE HALF-HOLIDAY SYSTEM FOR UNBRO^ SENEF OF EX-CARABINEERS OCCUPI^E^VIT- °O^™ H^" NO^VO CO°FIDERED THEY HAD ASKED A LITTLE S'» BEAT MR R. B. BELLYSE a CASCADE (2, LETTER TO. ONE OF THE DUBLIN PAPERS, DENYING THAT HE HAD SON, ELLIS MAURMTEYL^FM^THE Y»R 16% COMPODED TWO YEARS_AND A HALF, AND THE Newport Adcertistr BELIEVES N?8S^X <VEDNES._IAY. THEY DEPOSED TO HAVING RECOG- "GREAT DEAFTOO RRUCH" LUT IFT^R THP FI WF8FGOING T0 SAY A C ^OOD NYMPH BEAT MR J. S. DAINTRY'« SUBMITTED TO CARDINAL CULLEN, AND ANNOUNCING THAT HE WILL CERTAIN TROOPS F^F¥|>#V*LFE L>R ^-IMN AINIL-H & ANA W^YTEWIJTOTJTH^. P1!^ DJF^APT LN^NT THF7 »O GFVEN HIM, HE HAD' N^DE H "FT&L KUCV^UVE^ !R-JV,. PROCEED WITH HIS ACTIONS. TR.L.NH, AND MJLTHA AOLJLFTILMHL.WIM'URI A»USIN*>C^ALNIVL W»T»1L%IAD NOT BEING PIGEON-CHESTED. ERY FEW OF FTOWEVRF, ATIAST THEY'MET EACH OTHER H5LF^AV AND »AZ> L ERNESS RAN A BYE. ^-I-I I'. OFSLR;WM. FC*SIL|IMR ? SBILHA ^L^ITLAKKL,F;XAMIILOD- ¥R SERJEANT P«RY REMARKING WAS -MXABLY SETTLED. HE HAD A GR:AT SATISFACTION I "K"AOS I\IILLE I^0^ANT ?F'THAT^FIND THE SYSTEM ANSWER ? SIA^E EX^; ^RLTOEEN11 AN^NTIN^TI^N "ROMTP^ SAT^P^8^ W^A^HAN^I* A NATTER MUCLRCONTESTED. WE WILL ]ASFC THE PART DEFENDANT. THEY ONE AU^ED TATO^ ^OUT RF JIEAUTY I.EAT MR «.. B BELLYSE', ND MRS THAT FOR GRINDING OR KIBBLING WHEAT RYE AND BARLEY, INSTEAD D?T^°VE?TLG*TE TL^AT PO^GJ'^UIAYUSTRAT^LIE HISTORY • MJJ^7^I^EJ^N V"1^ F°R4IMRKS. THOUEH RAYNES WOULD NOT SWEAR POSITIVELY THAT BEHAIF OF THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE COMP,NY™E V^ONW s: W' 1 t n 'ac r f n '•SSRI^R™ "f" S4FEFFS^H=?3?S; 'X,' 01 PRODUCE (STTH- Z JATE M I^IATE NV^MUGXK VVS ^^7^ SRUSAR^S RIF CLN'IV" •••_•- OCTOBER 7 VIOUS TO THE AHOVE DATE. 7. THATTHE SUM OF £ 5 SHA'L BEFRR- TRAVELLER PASSING BY THE SPOT ON HORSEBACK, FOUND HIS O{ T{,0 BOV^SLIFEWBR WE UNDERSUND Skvounz LIVE? ULBWRWR^N%ULY, 1852. HE SAW ROGER THERE, AND THE APPEARED TO he A BETTER FUTURE BEFORE THEM NO<V, AND WHERE 2<4 T^ENF OT^ HER FRIENDS M THAT- D^D HAVE ADDED^ "• NOVEMBER 11 SEEK RE-ELECTION, OWING TO THE CLAIMS MADE UPON HIS TIME SUFFERED, IT OCCURRED TO HIM ^LFYHE I^WBFCR ERROJEOFL'LY CALLED G^SWAND THFI.IF JHIED 1 I OF THI*FLRF,4 THMGV CONTEE:PLATED WAS THEIR ERECTION W« NO, E TILLER 18 BV THE HONORARY SECRETARYSHIP OF THE UNIVERSITY COLLE^EOF WHICH HAD SO RECENTLY BEEN EFTY&YHFA VFJJW§ M%I^P|€S| CLS]YFVYI^IL0IJS RAILWAY COLLISION AT ^N^EVHOZ^N ?BL* HVE R'EAR THEIR WORK- SO T^AT THEVCOSD WALES. 7 SO NATURAL AS TO EXPERT THAT THJL^AI^OV^LA I^V CREWE NATURFLLY HAVEAV-REATE"INTLRE TTTHEFWOSD THLN XT^PRRTT WAR.T?G CHORAL A NEW COLLEGE FOR THE NORTH OF ENGLAND.-ON THE MAIDEN? SHE WAS FORTHWITH PLACED IN A SLEDGE, AND "IDLEL^ RIDICULOUS,'W TOOK A CASELTR THE C^MMOT ^5FJLAV MOMINC STPTEMBER 27TH A RAILWAY ACCI- OF BUT FEW TOHEWSD^ TKANK^THZ^- AE WAS A MAN L WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 24TH, THE LORD BISHOP BROUGHT^M^TEWLOUS CUJ^A GENTLE PLEAS. ( TV. ON SATURDAY MORNMG, ^P^RNBER ^TN. THEIR HEALTHS IN RETURN. (APP^IIS)^ THEM AND BEG TO DRINT OR CONF^JC^ITH THE °F A"D ||E TABLEY LAID THE FOUNDATION STONE OF ^EL ?W OKE_, FLBG HERSELF' MR C ^^HBFCS^ANNOUN CED UNATTENDED WITH ANY FATA^FLHHPSHB^N WHICH A SU^JE^ TF^JBKTION^COUA^H SAID THEY HAD ?IVEN THE SR ^OSTNF G^- F MITTPE THE FOL- ^ONIC CEREMONIES WERE OBSERVED M THE LAYING OF^F S*L*^E W ^W*WN JJL>RY V|4I5ES. JL#PUJBRULL JODS IN FRONT THE PASSENGERS WERE GENTLEMEN RESPONDED, MR COULSON SPEAKING IN THE HIGHEST ^B^"R 1^ BUT ^^H^^MON^^MVER N^ T ^™8' J :'MEETIN^OMID^BLY SHAK^N,^AND^SIXTEEN^ OF^THEM WERE TAKEN TO ACCOUNTS WAY IN WHICH MR CHARLES. THE CLERK. HAD TH« THE NUBILITY, GENTRY, ST^R ^^ARDS (ISAKW), TAKEN^UP BY ^HE OVER MR WATSOW, TSURP^JF THE WITH RESTC UNTI^ QUORAM 0^ A^N WITHC°CONTEMPT, AND^N THE PRESENT F0R CHILDREN I SHOULD ALWAYS^ BE USED WHEN CUKST THE MUCH .IL^ ^'N'" ™TLUE°EVERV MAN WHO ^VHIRGUCJLJJFLK {^J^JF^RT^ISG ^WRS-WS FFN*^ S?^GAFLIPLLLEKPIW.MI^ SSSBW&X'^N.™1 *$ INECOU^ PRISON FOR TEN DAYS, RELIEVES WIND, REPI/ATESTHE BOWELS, ^T.^NO^N RE- SEED-PLOT WAS AT COAL-PORT." 3DL THESE AUTHORITIEFAGREE ;N CONSERVATIVE PAPER, WOULD BE CSSFED UNUSUAL:—"AT CHURCH BARMOUTH PARTMENT WHAT IT IS.—Cambrian Neus. FO^RDSHIP "{FRA^WSSBW'S^J||^IN^ IP ^^S^^VAS A WON^^UYG^T THAT; LIVED BARRISTER HELD HIS FIRST^^URT, PILLS. T^JCHIEFEFT: WONDER OF MODERN WHEN WILL MEN LEARN THE FOL^OF^PLAS'ING^WITH^FIR^ARIIS 2 L% I PROPERTIES OF WELL-SELECTED'COCOA* MRFNNA |»NPLEA^NT ODOUR ARISINSR FROM DECAYED TEETH OR TOBACCO SMOKE. THE PHRASE M|GHTHAVE BEEN CONNECT^FWITJ^LJPLFRI^ F|| 4|>OH<T^^LFC^IV<CTER.|OR^RI!L^ ~RTLRAIMIIJELIA 1 — ^18| ^LI3 ^V, Y TO M?NOVE A11 C??3PL?'INTFNINFV'" RETURNED A VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH," BUT THE MAGIS- TABLES WITH A DELICA'EIV V« JR,^? I 'THE FRAGRANT FLORILINE" BEING COMPOSED IN PART OF HONEV AND LOCALITY, AND RHODEN IN ANOTHER; L^.N_ JII J >V«;BDLRT:AJ^N[SJ JPL J'0 NUMAN RACE. THEY ARE A BLESSING TO TRE TRATES DO NOT STEM DISPOSED TO DEAL SO EASILY WITH TH# »' SFFS,AVEUS MANY HEAVY DOCTORS1^BILLS »L/V,?V SWEET HERBS, IF SOMETIMES TURNS CLOUDY, BUT IT IS DEUCIOUS TO HE THE WELSH BORDER, MAY I SUGGEST TH^F|^IW%!MNF UFL^?L!FN*PL!IPI"OKWB«OLJ* IIFC I^HFED, AND A BOON TO ALL WHO LABOUR UNDER INTERNAL OR MATTER. JIS-T^SS? "«U ?ir" £