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    BUTLER, George

    licence for this from the Abp of Cant. Admitted giving 3 pills & a purge to Mrs Style of Bennet Hill (her husband testified that she had died). Style's lawyers w ere Mr Dide & Mr Pridokes of Temple. Style British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of this House must always command a large and increasing trade. Full particulars from Arthur J. O'Connor, Eeq., Soticitor, Bennet Hill; and of the Auctione-ern, 19, Bernnett's dill: all of Rimmong-1 FAMILY RESIDENCE, HANDSWORTH. T1'GHES & FLEET WOOD are instructed Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    be obtained by applyig to ii' 5f e~s PAYNE9 and TLEOT, the Office fur British and Forelgn Patents 1. Bennet Hill. Birminham. 71 UI9LEANT PESENT.Th0 axgoa and best; axiort'. 12i eta of oregn TOV1LTII tobe ound 10the- MicIdond 0enuti5~A~iS OARORY, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ULL Inestratong may be obtained by apply to Fleamm, PAYNE and TALBOT, the Office fea %W Foreign Patents., l Bennet Hill Birmingh ha 270 | OD PETOE.TeIr eat and beag fosot art with be*Xdst~~aOgD I'treet. soxod t I~~O1I AGE.O~fo I Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at 72, Camp Hilt c343 ed ROM t ls Fie Wys.suItable for Sed and Arz Bitting Room.-.AiiPly. Mrs. Cliff, Bennet Hill. c31l TBN18HISHED APARTMENTS. I8, Vittovia Street. near Newhall 14fitreet, for one or two Gentlemen; oomfortnblc, and w ell rcam- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    By order.S.JiURSTALLSecretary. 17 and 18, ComshSIl, B.C. , 8 1RTL ort7Y Brokers for Birmingham-Meesrs. J. and J. Smith, 28, Bennet Hill, of twhom Copies of Prospectuses andForms of Application m be obtained. .;C1 A L E D O N I.A Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    befuire the 1et day of November next, in order that the same may be examiused. JOSEPHE BAKiER, Wellington Chambers, Bennet Hill. Birminghaam, 788 Solicitor to the Exeoustor. rPThE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861.-In the l atter of tL a Deed of Assimsment Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    an 2-ie- lentopportnity ofotr Depeings of thDrUnredeLOEme ROOTSan frSpringu Siateeleo compising. a S io. soteto Gail u Autiner' Offost49, Bennet Hill; aimndghe almtoce Midarbiadgeob odb AuctionRom,2MorSet. w Cotb heeignetofwhrwee ilkeofDUC PLO Wccolti RoT foarer Spring atin, Jopiigaoineesrtmnto GandiJolIs ant Le Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    F~""W4HVDz CLASS of ADrERTISEMEN-Tt For wuseenffr ineertdons of tbe classes of Small Advertisement patclrsdbelow the following arm the Prepaid chaises, whxck' mutb adin postal notes. In all enses the Address is counted I as extra : 16 Words, once Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    acres turf lsand ;drainage perfect. Bent £d,-kugfsesuand Fleetwood MM1rSELE-Tbe Let -or Sold, Building Iandsear station, 1"If utbefor tuJ1arl s-illas.-Fleetwood, Bennet Hill. - QELLiI Parkc.-To be I-et or Sold, excellent Famialy Residence, k3, - ontaixtiig three! reception rooms, ten bed mooms Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SITUATIONS WANNTED BY (contd.) I )KEIS.-'Sitsati-5t Wanted, single young Maot. ningbe or *-1 scrond.-eSbsip, 11, Atkol Rioad. idan~ulnhao Yerk-- AK~iEflS.--Si~uatiOus Wante-d. by young married Mkan l2;l: good )13 bread band; used Umis-as.Cpper Catsa~l, Preen- -CPAKERS and Csnfectioners.-Shitation Wanted, young- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and, Or4, Colinore How; Lots 5, . 7,and a. Mesirs Cottrell aud Sn Waiterloo Street-; Lt6 rhrJ O'Connor, Erq.. Bennet Hill. Aurtsneers odles, 19. llenrett's Hill, Birmingham. 149 To b 5011. prsuat toan rdrr of the High Court of Justice, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    10 0 Thomas Butcher 6 days, messenger 1 10 0 William Mecoid 2 days, staffman 0 10 0 Thomas Bennet Hill 6 days, messenger . . 1 10 0 Robert Speddy 2 days, doorkeeper 0 10 0 James Lofthouse 2 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    day a bill for Committee Room at tbe "Travellers' Rest,"" £6. I paid Joha Edmondson, Vneer Barrow, Henry Hyde, Bennet Hill, J. Wilson, lllmm Preston , Thomas Bainbridge, and three men "f the name of Pym 10s. each, £5 altogether. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daughter. MARRIAGES. Lancaster. - At the Parish Church, en Satur- day last, by the Rev. E. Pedder, Mr. Thomas Bennet Hill, to Miss Mary Ann Winder, both of Lancaster. Lancaster. - At the Parish Church, on Satur- day last, by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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