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AFFRAY WITH POACHERS.

AFFRAY WITH POACHERS.

: 'I . ARFFAY WITH POACHERS. For some montbls past poaching ha2 been very pre- velent in the neigl~botrhood. of Leek; and, judging ?? a case which was brought before Mr. Matthew Caiunt and the Rev. T. R. Heatheote at, the poiice- court, and -which occupied five' hours in the hear
December 7, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
WORK TO BE DONE.

WORK TO BE DONE.

The-Queen', with the advice of her privy 5ouncii, sets forth in Tuesday's Garette, her royal will and pleasure that parliament " shall on the 3rd of February next, be held and sit for tbe deepat'h of divers urgent and iinprtaiet fifi if we may be permitted to ask, is the country
December 7, 1856 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
GENERAL WALKER UPON THE BURNING OF THE DEAD.

GENERAL WALKER UPON THE BURNING OF THE DEAD.

GENERAL WALR, *11PON THE BURNING . OF THE 'DEA3,' r ?? - - r -I LFrom El N-icoraguegse, Nov. 1.] Who can estimate the satisfaction it would now affofd the literary world to have preserved the ashes-of Mill on or S.hakspere: or who caa guess the care and veneration weith which the
December 7, 1856 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SHIPWRECK, AND 150 PERSONS LOST.

SHIPWRECK, AND 150 PERSONS LOST.

SHIPWRECOE AND 150( PERSONS LOST We have the intelligence of the totallois of the Fraeco-I American Company's screw steamship Lyonnais, belongingI to the Gauthier Company. This steamer left New York I for Havre on the 1st of November, and was run into on the 2nd, and abandoned in
December 7, 1856 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE PRESS AND THE WAR.

THE PRESS AND THE WAR.

THE PRESS AND .. THE WAI?, . f lr. r GIN In-_ . Lor -Lua' LFrom the Tisies.j' Lord Lucan's actiun is probably the termination of the long controversy which has occupied the country for the last two years, and may be briefly described as the con- test between the press and the mil
December 7, 1856 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 

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BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON, DECEMBER 7, 1856.

BELL’S LIFE IN LONDON, DECEMBER 7, 1856.

wav. whim cut her own throat, by killing ■ Tapster beat Black Doctor, the latter evidently not being Chatsworth form. Lady Watford and Columbus: The fawoß"* to a bad hare, turned her, and let in the next two turns; the fawn then dashed in * Sr‘ t< . r^ou t. WA4 too fast for Hero
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CANINE FANCY.

CANINE FANCY.

A Treat foe our Country Friends.—During the week of tho cattle show, at Joe Phelps's, Green Dragon, Vllliers-streei. Strand, near Hnngerford Market, a gentleman has backed bitch, lulb wight, to destroy 20 fair rats under two minutes, tomorrow (Monday) evening, for a side. Plenty
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
FOOTBALL AT HARROW.

FOOTBALL AT HARROW.

FOOTBALL HARROW. A hou*€ match was played Saturday, Nov 22, the Rev. F. Kendall's and the Rev B. H. Drurj’s, which ended in favour of the former bouse by two bases to none Messrs Pardoc and Daniel played well for the respective sides. The two bases were well Kicked by Messrs Par
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Whit*. White to mate three moves. Game between M Von AndenMn »nd Von Vltthum. By re»l Chess players Audersacn is

Whit*. White to mate three moves. Game between M Von AndenMn »nd Von Vltthum. By re»l Chess players Audersacn is

acknowledged be the first player In Europe; know-nothings, of course, set him down to the level of their own poor brains. Andemeo. Vllzbum. 1, K KPi 2. K Kt B 3 QKtBS 8. KBQU4 KBQB4 4. Q Kt 8 B><KtP 9. Q P 1 R* e.QPt KPxP 7. Castles K Kt B s. K I K Kt K & 'J. Q Q Kt Castles 10.
December 7, 1856 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

Damages 400. Camcrie v. FAcBVROxTHaEn.-This was an action tried last Tuesday in the Court of Common Pleas to recover damages for a breach of a promise to marry; the defendant denied the promise, and also pleaded that he had been released by the plaintiff from perform- ing it. Mr
December 7, 1856 - The Era - London, London, England