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THE INDIAN FRONTIER RISING.

BIRMINGHAM MEETING.—TUESDAY.

WINDSOR MEETING—TUESDAY.

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» SANBTCROFT. ILLUMINATED DANCic.-On Saturday evening this event took place on the grounds in con- nection with the institute, and, being favoured with fine weather, about 250 persons assembled on the green for dancing, which commenced at about five o'clock, and concluded soon after half-past nine, to music supplied by the band of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Hawarden Company). At dusk the grounds were illuminated by Well's lights, Chinese lanterns, and fairy lamps, the lighting of which was carried out under the superintendence of Mr. Edward Griffiths, while Mr. Will Kelly acted as M.C. Owing to the non-arrival of the fireworks the pyrotechnic display had to be omitted. The arrangements were carried out by Mr. P. Colville Kelly, hon. sec. to the institute.

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. NANTWICH.

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