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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quiet, be quiet; " at another he told them to " rescue Keane's men." Stones began flying about at Chapel Green, and Father Rourke went up tothe voters, and asked them if they were going to vote against.their religion. Witness Subscribers-only content

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    a genuine one. With the itcetitig's permission lte would read read it. [Hlear, hear.] It was as follows:- " Chapel Green, Relditcli, March 15, 1S5S. " Sir,-Observing in to-day's Birminglsain paper that a meetieg of the ittlabitants of Dudley is Subscribers-only content

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    Gosiner Street; eight through Little Londos ; seven in Lich- feld Street, and eight lights throusghs Union Street assd Chapel Green. After pointing out the public advantage which would be' derived from the ies of those latsmps, and etumerating cases Subscribers-only content

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    under- W stands the Business. A steady e(ngle man, who would live with the family, ilsreterrod.-Apply to Mro. Freoxoan, Chapel Green, Rodditch. 398 TflC) AILR.S-WA TED aMAN, who un- dertane Cttng:MeaurigMakng-pand Managinga Busnes alead seablehe, ad lii ip is iein Subscribers-only content

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    annual licensing meeting for further consideration were disposed of, the only license granted being to Mrs. Sarah Groves, of Chapel Green, Willenhall. Those licenses which had been withheld in consequence of complaints made by the police, were renewed, the owners Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that he had intended to take the stolen property to the house of Edwin Constable, a loek maker, of Chapel Green, Willenhall. The prisoner was committed to the Sessions for trial. Bail for his appear- ance wee offered to be Subscribers-only content

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    Liverpuol 17 I I I I i I i Iaitt bp Aurfion. FREEHOLD DWBLLING HOUSES AND BUILDING LAND, AIT CHAPEL GREEN, IVILLENHALL. TO BE SOLD BY A UCTION, _ Y WILLIAIU DAVIS, on TUESDAY, the l2th L dayof Septeritberingt,,attliehotise(,f Stesbach1Rowley, Subscribers-only content

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    in the afternoon (subiect to conditions then to be producodl -a cosapact and deriable FREEHOLD ESTATE Ipart of thre Chapel Green Farm), rituate at Withall, or Withwoad Heath, In thre parish of Eling's Norton, 7I miles from Birmingham, on the Subscribers-only content

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    Five o'clock in the afternoon (oubecotto conditions thent to be ipreditecdi-a compact and desirobie FREEHOLD ESTATE (pert of thle Chapel Green Faram)eltuaiute at Withali, or Withewood Heath, in the varbis of RI ing's Norton, 7h miniee from Dirminvham, on the Subscribers-only content

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    Driliman; Wife will he required to take charge of House and Poultry. Home rent and firing free.-Apply, 0. Husklessn, Chapel Green, Wrthall, Alceeter Read. 019IO W7ANTED, immediately, a respectable married Man, witbont 1T eOCnU1Qbrassce as RORTER.-Apply, ay'am and Co,. New Subscribers-only content

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    are so con. sp77uous. The victim is a stonebreaker, named John Puralow, G2 years of age, who resided at Chapel Green, Viller hall, with his wife and Eix children ; and the accused is a miner and an Irishman, named Subscribers-only content

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    of the club. Mr. liortby's 1eleon beat lur. W. Irving's Ignatius. lMl. (1. B. Irving's Shamrock best Mr. Cuntoghsbarl's Chapel Green. Mr. Diutn's Dutiftul beast Mr. Twiigr's Tricolors Mr. Ilormby's Ilueorila boet Mr. J obne's Emnerald. Mr. B]roeklebank's Bravery boat Subscribers-only content

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    Glecicoics beat All. Klirkhiam's Plank Slider. Mlr. Lowthian's Biaruis Besclo beat Mr. PRoberte'a Canae. Comber- laud Mr. Tivist rs Chapel Green beat Mr. Bradford as flnttsrenip Mr. Aisbo~tti Welter beat SArr Laewton cc fleas. Mr. Eltrtnglmain'e British Oak beat Mre. Subscribers-only content

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    Quarter Sessions. WILLENHALL. CUnULTY TO A Biron.-At the Police Court, yesterday, a collier, named George Ellis, aged 25, of Chapel Green, was charged with cruelty to a cock.-The evidence showed that Ellis had thrown stones at the bird until lie Subscribers-only content

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    day will be spent in the glades of Epping Forest. The wife of a collier named Joseph Dowling, of Chapel Green, Hindley, Wigan, has given birth to triplets. After a short existence all the three died. The Nile is rising Subscribers-only content

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    great beauty. The Kentish police have arrested three men suspected of being cancerned in a serious poaching affray at Chapel Green, irnbvlich a gamekeeper named Lord was brutally beaten about the head with heavy clubs and alminst killed. Lord detected Subscribers-only content

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    six draughts.- men and a Ronian. die. ItEsAsK.xL i£L AsSAuLaT ON A HUSBAND.-At Willen- hall yesterday, Lydia Bayliss, of Chapel Green, was charged with assaulting her husband, Thomas Bayliss.- Ihbe complainant stated that after going to bed on the 30th Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. I . dLEAMINGTON. (laorn To HEuonsen.-At the Borough Police Court, yeeterday, Henry Cooper, Eagle Street, was charged with-using a horse whilst in a uni6t state, on September 14; and Ernest Elliott; car-proprietor, Clemens Street. was charged with. Subscribers-only content

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    00 1 5~ PaI D . AD 4139 157 1 iTild Garth, M 0 1 15 AI otalent on Chapel Green adjoining to DO. on the West End thereof, . 0 0 2 On Hand, Owl Head Wood Wood 3 Subscribers-only content

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    ! r. it) teparate Tarcels to Jasies Wright, John Vilsor, and Wi1'ilittitAtleitteon. A gooti II itU SE, oD llorsforth Chapel Green. &-r other Flrosi.. ;ind fine lIELOt., in separate Lvtu, situl:cd in tie Townslhip of florsfnrth. ' ' Apply tso Subscribers-only content

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