"...party retired, and tlie troops marched to their respective quarters. OBITURAY. Maklborouqh, Duke op.-On the 1st inst., at Blenheim Palace, near Woodstock, died GeorgeSpencerChurchill, fifth Duke ... and sentenced to death. It will be remembered that .at the trial the prisoner's counsel took an objection to the mode in which the jury was empanuelled. The po;nt was overruled by the presiding Judge (Mr. Biron ... . There was a crowd of nearly 5,000 persons present to witness the unhappy man's death. GRAND FIELD-DAY AT ALDERSHOTT. Her Majesty having appointed Wednesday for a rcviow and field-day of the forces encamped ... years, both before and after the passing of the Reform Bill. His Grace w:is three times married; first, to his cousin, a..."
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"...performs them with ability and success.'" The Duke of Marlborough died on Wednesday morning, at Blenheim-house, Woodstock. The deceased, GeorgeSpencerChurchill, Duke of Marlborough, Marquis of Blandford ... the hand of the victim of despair. He then proclaimed to him, who had lost all hope of salvation, that for him as well as for himself, the most deserving of wrath, the Son of God had died on the cross ... . The accession of the Marquis of Blandford to the peerage creates a vacancy in the representation of Woodstock. The Earl op Mornington, who died, on Thursday, after a brief illness, at his residence in London ... Bedford expired somewhat suddenly on Friday, after only a brief illness. Her grace was..."
"...Duke of Marlborough died ear]r on Wednesday morning, at Blenheim-house, Woodstock, Tho deceased, GeorgeSpencerChurchill, Duke of Marlborough, Marquis of Blandford, Earl of Sunderland, Earl ... of corridors, passages, In the Court of Exchequer, on Monday, a widow nAmod Beckwith obtained a verdict for 1000/. against the Eastern Counties Eailway Company. Her husband had been killed on the defendant ... , that the appearance and path of the present body ofler no similarity to those of tho comet of 1*36." Death of tite Duke or MAPXEonoron. - Tho Tnr. Case or Sin. Siieddox.-We have promised our reader* an outline ... doubts, or to mako assurance still more certain, or to facilitate tho succession of his son, Mr. Shoddon, rix days beforo his ..."
"...died early yesterday morning, at Blenheim-house, Woodstock. The deceased, GeorgeSpencerChurchill, D of Marlborough, Marauis of Blandford, Earl of Sunderland. Earl of Mai-lborough, Baron Spencer ... of their faith in the cause with which her name is blended. Faith, of purer origin, in truths held with the earnestness of a death grasp, is the victory that overcometh the world. The Cross is the emblem of valour ... " when feeble women and helpless children brave death in its most frightful forms rather than deny what they conscientiously believe to be true. Records which will last for ever attest the patient ... sat yesterday at mid-day. Cambridob Election PBrrrioN.-On tine motion of Mr.deasy, the Marauis of BWdfoKLwho.by the suA-den death of..."
"...to our readers, with nmch regret, that his Grace tho Duke of Marlborough died yesterday, at his princely seat of Blenheim, near Oxford, aftt-r a very short illness, in the 6-tth year of his age.
George ... SpencerChurchill, sixth Duke of Marlborough, Marquis of Blandford, Earl of Sunderland, Baron Spencer, of Wormdeighton, Baron Churchill, of Santlridge, and a Prince of the Holy Eoman Empire, w’as the eldest ... of Ait-Larba and Sidi-Lassen, the largest in all Kabylia, were vigorously carried.
“ "We arc now masters of the entire country.”
It was i-eported that General M'Mahon was killed n the la.st action iu ... . Mr. W, Cut-bush, nurseryman, Barnet, Herts, for 12 stove and greenhouse plants Mr. B. Peed, gardener to T. 'fredwell, Esq. St. John’s..."
"...that morning at Blenheim House, Woodstock.
The deceased, GeorgeSpencerChurchill, Duke of Marlborough, Marquis of Blandford, Earl of Sim-derland. Earl of Marlborough, Baron Spencer of Wormleighton, county ... damage. Grwnland, also, has suffered very severely during the winter. Numbers of the natives hare died of Btarvalion. Of course this has been a consequence of local causes, the failure of the fishery. See ... the Crown nothing—has worked admirably.
DEATH of th€ DÜKE of MÁRLBOROÜOH.
A telegraphic message was received in London yesterday, stating that his Grace the Duke of Marl borough died early ... cousi». Lady Jane Stewart (daughter of George, ei^th Earl of Galloway), who died in 1844 ;..."