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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

THE REV. SIR HErNR1' DuxcNsrieLD, BART., died on Sunday, in Eaton place, in his sixty-eighth year, after an illness of two days, arising from severe internal inflammation. The late baronet was well known in the London clerical circles as vicar of the important parish of St Mlarti
January 30, 1858 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRICAL EXAMINER.

THE THEATRICAL EXAMINER.

THE MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM AT SADLER'S WELLS. Everv reader of Shakespeare is disposed to regard the 31idsuanmer Night's Dream as the most essentially unactable of all his plays. It is a dramatic poem of the utmost grace and delicacy, its characters are creatures of the poet's f
October 15, 1853 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. The ' Moniteur' announces that General Pelissier has addressed the following despatch to the Minister of War: " Crimea, July 3, four ?? last duties have just been paid to Lord Raglan by the two armies with all the pomp which circumstances permitted. Our w
July 7, 1855 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
MR THACKERAY ON "HUMOUR AND CHARITY."

MR THACKERAY ON "HUMOUR AND CHARITY."

A very large audience assembled on Thursday night at the Maryle- bone Literary Institution, to bear Mr Thackeray deliver a lecture bearing this title. The subject had a special appropriateness, for Mr Thackeray lectured for the benefit of a distressed man of letters. Before sket
March 24, 1855 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

Tuesday, March 20. Wars-Oflee, March 20.-Brevet: Theundermentionedofficersto ha7e the local rank of Captain while employed upon a particular service in Turkey: Lieut. Charles Hinde, of the Royal Infantry; Lieut. John Ballard, of the Bombay En- gineers.-Hiemoranda: The first chri
March 24, 1855 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
Latest Intelligence.

Latest Intelligence.

Kaftsf pidlifftn'tt. SATUIDAY, FEBRUARY 97. The vote of the Second Chamber of the States General of Holland on the commercial treaty with Belgium has produced a ministerial crisis. According to a telegraphic despatch from Hamburg, a ministerial crisis has also occurred at Copenha
February 27, 1858 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
PROPOSED CEMETERY AT KILBURN.

PROPOSED CEMETERY AT KILBURN.

I A correspondence has recently taken place with the Home Office, arising out of an application which was made in the course of last summer by the Burial Board of Paddington, for permission to pur- chase a site of land in the parish of Wiliesden. a short distance from Kilburn ga
February 10, 1855 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
Latest Intelligence.

Latest Intelligence.

I I tatcot Intellisence. SATURDAY MORNING, FDBRUARz 10. We have no later accounts from the Crimea than those which appear under our regular intelligence of the war. The ' Gazette.' of last night contains a despatch from Lord Raglan, but it merely has reference to the services of
February 10, 1855 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK.

TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK.

The Green Man, Barnet, that celebrated inn and posting house, which has existed for nearly a century, is now entirely clos~d. It is sbown, by a return just published, that from 1817, when savings banks were established, that the total amount of money paid or allowed to such bank
February 10, 1855 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRICAL AND MUSICAL EXAMINER.

THE THEATRICAL AND MUSICAL EXAMINER.

The two Opera Houses are both well employed. At the LYCEUM certain of the operas of the established relpertoire are being perfectly presented by established singers. Madame Bosio has taken upon herself the arduous part of Leonora in the Trovatore, and has proved herself to be ad
July 19, 1856 - The Examiner - London, London, England