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M ARROW. COWES REG ATI A. “ THE JULIA,” WINNER OF THE ROYAL YACHT BQUADHO

M ARROW. COWES REG ATI A. “ THE JULIA,” WINNER OF THE ROYAL YACHT BQUADHO

ARROW. COWES REG ATI A. THE JULIA,” WINNER OF THE ROYAL YACHT BQUADHO “JULIA.” member of a Royal Club, was disqualified. The following yachts were entered:— Tons. Aurora Borealis (Swede) .. 260 Capt. Beckman. Alarm 248 Mr. J. Weld. Sylvie (American) .. .. 205 Mr. A. Depau. Julia
August 27, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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August 27, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

she bounds away like a wild thing. Her two comrades, the contrary, are frightened at nothing. The room, the occupants, the wiiole locale, seem their own special sphere and natural dwelling-place ; and the only period of the day when the three appear to merged into a common chara
August 13, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS

INAUGURATION OF THE NEW YORK CRYSTAL PALACE.—PLATFORM IN THE NORTH NAYE.—FROM A DAGUERREOTYPE.— (SEE I'RECEDINO PAGE.) - . _ tUZAAU IN THE OLD ARCHERY-GROUND, AT CARISBROOKE CASTLE, AID OF REBUILDING ST. THOMAS’S CHURCH, NEWPORT. ■ r=^-=^L^=-T^r- T- —•, ' =£=_ fe , =' * ' —... i
August 13, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
'THE NEW GRAMMAR-SCHOOL AT COLCHESTER. old school-house of this ancient foundation having become very TH dilapidated, the Town-counoil and trustees

'THE NEW GRAMMAR-SCHOOL AT COLCHESTER. old school-house of this ancient foundation having become very TH dilapidated, the Town-counoil and trustees

of the School, with the "idof the public, have just erected another edifice upon more eligible IU , ° the o id one. The new school-house, of which we give an graving, is situated at the entrance to the town, on the London road. rthe Essex and Colchester Hospital, and stands on a
August 13, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
NEW GRAMMAR-SCHOOL, AT COLCHESTER.

NEW GRAMMAR-SCHOOL, AT COLCHESTER.

found in the register of the then master, the Rev. W. Dugard, are the following curious particulars —that it was customary in winter for the scholars to bring each poundof candles to light the School, to subscribe one shilling each to entertain the visitors on speech days, and t
August 13, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA BILL.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA BILL.

The House went into committee on this bill, when its clauses were discussed at considerable length. Several amendments were proposed the Earl of Ellenbokough, the majority of which were rejected. The only important alteration in the bill as it came from the Commons took place on
August 13, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THE THEATRES,

THE THEATRES,

August 13, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

ROYAL ITALIAN OPERA.

Spohr’s three-act opera, “Jessonda; or, the Rajah’s Wife,” was originally produced at, Cassel, in Germany, under the composer’s direction, in 1823. In June, 1840, it was heard at tlie Prince’s Theatre (St. James’s), being executed by a German company—Madame Sio kel Heinefetter b
August 13, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
CHESS. TO COKKKSPOHDKKTS, .7. R. W.—Too simple. 15. W. F.—No 2 Is easy mate in three moves. C. M., Heading.—You

CHESS. TO COKKKSPOHDKKTS, .7. R. W.—Too simple. 15. W. F.—No 2 Is easy mate in three moves. C. M., Heading.—You

an* quite right. In future address simply to the Editor. RUOBIKNSIS. —There is a flaw, as you suggest; your last problem admits of two solutions. A. K., University College.—The corrected problem m at, hut very easy ; the other coi mon-place. You can better things if mistake not,
August 13, 1853 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England