"...RTOllT UOK. M. T. BAINBS. (From the Jiailif Newt.) Wo regret to announce tho death of the Right Hou. MatthewTalbotBaines, who died at half-past twoWo on Sunday night, at his hoiiae. Queen ... , AnnEltzabeth, daughter of the late Mauritius Lowe, of tho Royal Academy, died on tho 15th imt, at tho advanced age of eighty-two. The following appears in a Scottish paper :-At Silverhillocks, Gamrie, the wife ... sermon, the entire congregation, with the exception of tho precentor und beadle, (juietly and unreluctautly consigning themselves to tho arms of Morpheus, Stopping abruptly, ho gazed | DEATH OP TUR ... 's-square, Westminster, after an illness of only three weeks. The lato right hon. gentleman was the..."
DEATH OF THE BIGHT HON, M. T. BAISSS.
We regret to announce the death of tbe Eight Hon. MatthewTalbotBaines, who died at half-past twelve on Sunday night, at bis house. Queen's* square ... died from black vomit. All Brazilian ports are now subjected to a quarantine of five days, with the exception of Tara.
Lisbon papers of the 13th say '—
" His Majesty the King, who was present yesierday ... (Klrnly fell to the ground, and buried in the ruins several hundreds of the workpeople. The mill consisted of a large main building of six stories in height, and of two small wings. On the occur ... fortunately left at three o'clock, and others were in tbe wings, which were not destroyed. From the..."
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n^® J^f^K ' »f^onnce the death of the Right Hon. Matthew lalbot Baines, who died at half-past twelve ^ Sunday ... tenure is a passing phase of national destiny, or of civUisation generally. Those holders of power who cannot bend to changes must break. Those who cannot accept new conditions of government must retire ... the Great Northern Railway, to Griiiaton Fark, for interment in the family mausoleum.
The Hon. Mrs. Norton, says an evening contem-pora^, u M dangerously iU that very Uttle hopes are enter-tertamed of her ... the dweased, as reported in yei
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"...Hon. MatthewTalbotBaines, late M.P. for Leeds, formerly Pres^ent of the Poor-law Board, and at another period Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. He retired from. Parliament at the dissolution last ... .
We learn that Mdlle. Victoire Balfe is at present
brother to Lord* Truro.
THE RIGHT HON. M. T. BAINES.
We regret to announce the death, at his house in Queen-square, Westminster, of the Right ... a verdict “ That the Other parts of the window are now occupied with four] has just been produced at Gotha with immense sue- j deceased came, by his death while labouring under figures of Kings of Judah, vi ... , is engaged in the composition of an I of the MS. is fully prepared for publication. Cir-
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"...with a mass of himian beings, everj* one eager to do, and see, and hear.
Dsath of| the Bioht Hon. M. T. Baini».—We regret to
—-^ - V., I announce the death of the Bight Hon. Matthew TaJbot Baines ... , there is a pawMiffe which prefipures •Marriage and Death,” another which dhadows forth Life at Mert*fKrAbbey,'’ another which foreshows the humour» of an fU^ tion in tl»e times which are as yet neither old” nor “ good ... life was pasM*ed; how a narrow escaiw; united the Iuvcn; how the Valley of the Shadow of Death (allegorically ^^K'ítking) was tmver*el; how Re^nald was exjelledfrom Oxford fi'T hiss “eccentricities ... instances a man or a woman can be seen on the monstrous pile, giving en-couraMment to lome who cannot yet be released, or ..."
"..., and strenuously to defend the civil power of the Holy See.”
Death of the Right Hon. M. T. Baines.—The serious illness of the Right Hon. MatthewTalbotBaines has terminated fatally, and we have to regret tho loss ... said the Emperor will show himself no lees careful than his predecessors to make national traditions respected The Moniteur of to-day announces that the Grand Duchess Stephanie do Baden died yesterday ... that death aroso from natural causes, but in the course of the inquiry facts were elicited exhibiting an amount of depravity and cruelty on the part ol young children which almost transcends belief ... about a fortnight ago to attend the deceased, who was dying of consumption, and I..."
"...to annoimce the death of the Right Hon. MatthewTalbotBaines, formerly M.P. for Leeds, which melancholy event took place on Monday, at his town residence, Que^-square, Westminster. Deceased waa at one time ... , and the uninjured; the voices of many can plaimy be heard, and in one or two instances a man or a woman can be seen on the monstrous pile, giving encouragement to some who cannot yet be released, or passing, by one ... harrowing beyond all concention ; the news of this new danger, the certain death. Hies aoout among the imprisoned beneaththeruins ; the heat moves to agony and cries; some are quietly giving instructions ... -e in the same strain, and a w i^h wa# e.\] i-ewed that it should be -•mid he died a natural ..."