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THE TUMULI OF THE YORKSHIRE IF OLDS.

THE TUMULI OF THE YORKSHIRE IF OLDS.

THE TUMULI OF THE YORKSHIRE OLDS. The third week of the scientific examinations of the British barrows in Yorkshire baa been spent the Rev. William Greenwell, of Durham,sad with him Captain Egei too, of Loudesborough, Dr. Neis, the Rev. F. Simmons, rector of Dalton, the Rev. Cano
October 31, 1866 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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October 31, 1866 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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October 31, 1866 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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October 31, 1866 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
EVENING MAH., FROM WEDNESDAY, JULY 2(>, TO FRIDAY, JULY 4H, Iko-j.

EVENING MAH., FROM WEDNESDAY, JULY 2(>, TO FRIDAY, JULY 4H, Iko-j.

EVENING MAIL. POSTSCRIPT. LONDON. Fill DU AFTERNOON, July 28,18G5. City, Throe o’clock. The English funds this morning opened at Traciii'nal decline, Consols have since recovered, and Consols are now quoted fractionally better, at to i (or delivery, and to for the account. Kowig
July 28, 1865 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN intelligence.

FOREIGN intelligence.

THE EAST. h»ve received the following telegraphic t from our Marseilles correspondent MARSEILLES, Saturday, Jui.t 2G, 7 401'.M. The Carmel has arrived with advices from Con- the inst. Despatches leave at 10 p.m. The frigate Albatross, which left Kamiosch on inst., has arrived wi
July 28, 1856 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
\IL WA Y A CCIDEXT.

\IL WA Y A CCIDEXT.

Lct-l* JnttUinenctr.) ck on Saturday morning fearful Church Fenton station, on the [>f the North-Eastern Railway, by killed, one injured that he is six others sustained injuries is a junction for York and rs, from the inquiries have 1 o’clock on Saturday morning had been to the
July 28, 1856 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
AMERICA.

AMERICA.

LIVERPOOL, Saturday. The Royal Mail steamship Canada ha* arrived with advices from Boston to the 16th, and $788,630 44c. in specie. . On Wednesday, July 9, the Senate were occupied with debate on Kansas, in which there was great deal of personality. The debate lasted from midday
July 28, 1856 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
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f x V* Guard. The appeared inclined to support General (VDonneU, the last hope of the Liberal party, but they had not yet made known their decision on the subject. It was considered certain that the present Cortes would dissolved. The Cabinet is not to publish its programme until
July 28, 1856 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
irrafon llieipfelvw. For this ciu'»te<l ihe anthoitiy* Chitf.lufiice lloh and Mr.Juftire Faftrf; and j r >ve that man micht c<

irrafon llieipfelvw. For this ciu'»te<l ihe anthoitiy* Chitf.lufiice lloh and Mr.Juftire Faftrf; and j r >ve that man micht c<

llir fob* teOinu ny <»i acccotnplices, cited the f.*Hc ol’CharKot, Kmc, and K«y^r\vh<» were tiled for attempting Kill King William, lie then adverted the feveral circnnifianc«*s which the accomplices had been obferved, upon the character giv* Colonel Leipard, which, he faid, pro
February 11, 1803 - Evening Mail - London, London, England