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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the service of Mr. Martin, farmer, of Shiallowford, was walking along tie Eccleshsall turnpike road, and when approaching the Beech Wood, lee observed a pascel in the ditch by the roadside, which, upon exami- nation, ten-med out to he the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the "Entrance to Poole Harbour" (727), though almost equally remote from the artist's accustomed manner, is not lessaEtisfactory. "A Beech Wood, Autumn" C'(GS), by A. F. Persin, is especially commendable for the painting of the bare, slatey-blue stems and branehes Subscribers-only content

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    cloudless sky, hutr we should like the picture better if they" we thed- down. -Mr. -Watts's "November in a Beech Wood " and Mr. E. S.-Harper's "A Rolhiag Stone" are cleverlittle paintings. ' Mr. Claude Pratt's "The Boat- swain's Story" Subscribers-only content

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    the writer shows much taffectionate knowledge of childish ways.-There is some capital reading in "Jerry and His Dog," by Beech Wood (S.P.C.E.), andsesnes and incidents of country life are well reproduced, with a few. added excitements, such as a hunt Subscribers-only content

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    Of pre this town. boo Ifl Same day, ait Hull, at an advanced age, JOHN BAcaiouog, fec ad Esq., Beech Wood, Darlington. OtH Saedy ae.53, muob lamented, lsAen.LtA, relict of Mc.ger T)GRO.FqnuaHT, fl-s dreseer, of this town. In r-Same day, Subscribers-only content

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    Ito 136 2,725 I to. The Line. 24 (oo. Beech Wood. ne I do0, Houter's Hill Fainter, j £ Oak Poles, in Oak Wood, aced 2 co. ire Beech Wood, oath c tritehered I ......................3................ 4 r 2 Oak Trees, Subscribers-only content

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    1 Ash Tree ins Meorry Allotmeents, 4 Ash Trees W'cst aide Bcnh 'Weed. 8 Ash audi RinEh Trees Eastatide Beech Wood, 14 Ash Trees North side of Briery Rush. 31 Ash Trees South side of Briery Rush. nunbre'ed 1 to Subscribers-only content

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    I Elm tree, No. 3, near hdneeum .......... , .. 431 I on. 1 Beech tree, No. d in Beech Wood .................... 1 Ath treo and 6 branches, No. 5, near Homnby Village .., Dt 3, 1 Ash tree, No. Subscribers-only content

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    in Rookery .......... 1 Elm tre, No. 3, near Museum ....... 431 n 1 Beech tiee, Nos 4 in Beech Wood . 1 Ash tree and 6 branches, No. 5, near loreby Village 1 Ash tree, No. 6, at Winterfdold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E., 0. ti id Pike. On Thursday night Mr. G. T. Kemp will entertain tf ee Mr. Cobden at Beech Wood, and cards of invitation for a nu of large party have been issued.-lfr. J. Butterworth, the as id liberal Subscribers-only content

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    for a Child." 1.-hlyPony. 2.-TheLittle Boats. 3-Old MotherTabby- skins. l.-The Itobin's Advice. 1.-Freddy's Kiss. 8. The Bear of the Beech Wood. Bly the author of "RBes1et 9. Lonely Jane. By Charles Camden. 10. A Leaf out of 1illy's Book. By Subscribers-only content

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    Child"` I.-l',y Pony. 2-o'he Little Boots. 3S-Old Mother Tabby. skice, 4.-The Iobim'aAd'gice. 5.-Freddy's Kihi. S. The Bear of the Beech Wood. By the author of "Heater Birtfeon.'' 5. Lonely Jane. By Charlee Camdefn. 3 10. A testout of lhlrly'slBook. By Subscribers-only content

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    Child." 1.-MyPony. 2.-'he Little Boats. 3.-Old Mother Tabby. ekins 4.-The Robin's Advice. s.-Freddy's Rise. 8. The Bear of the Beech Wood. By the author of ' Heater Kirttn." D . Lonely Jane. By Charles Camden. 10. A leaf out of Subscribers-only content

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    Pony. 2 -The Little Boals. 3.-Old Mother Tabby. skins. 4.-The Robin's Advice. 0,-Freddy's Kiss. 8i The Bear of the Beech Wood. By the author of "H Eoator Hitton," 8, Lonely Jana. By Charles Camaden. 1. A Ireafout otMill7e Book. By Subscribers-only content

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    ith eeds Brdfor endothsiare tonsaffords groat facility Fuorlir par~nla~may beknownenanploain to tbs Auctioneesr, O~e, o Mmm. O~dLA. Soiciors Koroeie'and'Harrorste. Beech Wood ('ottage, one Mdile from Herrogata. Mase"re. 0 ACRE arid SON erao invented with tnetrustlens from A-. R E' Radclliffe, Subscribers-only content

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    Smith J; Wilson, Bingley; Smith S., Beech Wood, Bramuley; Smith Wihhisni Henry,I 18, Salishury streot, Adelphi, Londonl; Smith RsV. W. Ramsden, MI.A, Christ Church Vicarage. 15, Eldon place;I Smith W. S., Beech Wood, Bramley; Smithson Joseph,I liightoliffe, 8Eeight John, 7, Subscribers-only content

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    stealing £26fitho property oftho Rev j ClaGlrksla Indoppndeltnt-mini# livinug att Claknnd i&oLa. '160 b a' ik ? at the Beech Wood Iif alsOts~n hodge. The cae f where the-p'ris'onbr a 'bee a 05T c of steU ine theMhorts vs'thsbt tkesYDMri Subscribers-only content

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    held similar situation. l Apply Thompson's Re'giatry, llriggate, Leads, W ATD, an Assistant H.IOUSIEKIE-.EPER, in a FTtdropathie ___Llblnbrutjt.Address A., Beech Wood, liarrocate, t ITUATION as H10USEKEEPERt; good rco dlodo A . J children, Age 41. Address Mrsc. H-., 1'ost-office, Worley Subscribers-only content

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    'h LAFi, ALDERMAN BLACKBURN~.- Al MNESI,JFIAL ERVrICE will beheld in the Metihodtst ew Coust I tn-lu-i ad. To-morrow launadayl Morning, at Tot court sled by the, flev J. LE HURAY. CtT, 5x.Cd ELI llunSlet-~Iarle.-GEO. HINDS, tir - Cs I Subscribers-only content

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    will be withdrawn. F or toll, parciculars ore bills. W______ . TROLEOLEY, Chiet'Tco~~iic Afanoger. B IlSI1 AI I UGAElL Beech Wood 1-lYdropathic tEtab- J-i tei0rnrms. Oar., oldrese the Nlsnueser. LN 'rJtFI LARE DISTRIC P. V ("-I~hEAD P'RIORfY -IYDROI'ATHIC H 01N, Subscribers-only content

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