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    vet cile metail is givets hr goveritnent HALt-WAY licoS AT iKE.NSIxN( t.y.-The demolition ofI the ;ivell-ktnwtt t;tvert. called the Halfway House, abut- tit, to it the mnais road to Ktensington, has beens coin- titeticed. Tht remtoval will do atay e Subscribers-only content

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    India, whose transactions he translated into all the vernacular languages. The first number of the Grosvenor opens with " Halfway House," which is scarcely developed enough to enable an opinion to be formed. Mr. O'Shea contributes one of his bloodthirsty Subscribers-only content

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    11).-This day, December 4, lianSlaagel te- Crucorner ; Wednesday, 6, Hunt Dinner, Abergavencay Thur dav, 7, Clyiha; Friday, 8, Halfway House, Talcoyed. U"TOULEY (at 11).-This day, December 4, Hardwick Villag or Wednesday, 6, Lilbourne; Friday, 8, FoX Hall; Saturdayy 9 Subscribers-only content

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    a burglary on the night of the 30th LNovember, 1853, at the dwael lltg-house of John Powell, near the Halfway House, Bentley. and stealing several pieces of cGtton print and other articles of dra- pery; and he was further committed Subscribers-only content

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    men, repre- senting themselves to be operatives from Chorley, and out of work, called in the evening at the Halfway House, at Marton, where several customers made a subscriptiou for them. Thomas Butcher, a gasekeeper on the Clifton estate, touched Subscribers-only content

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    lying dead ins a whieatfield close to the high roTd near 'lieasamits Close, half-way betweei Qrteens- borough aud the Halfway House, in the piarish of Minister, ise the Isle of Sheppy, Kient. There were marks of blood in the road, Subscribers-only content

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    that the prisoner, with twelve or fourteen others, came from Sutton ace, ol Monday last, and called at the Halfway House for eomen * thing to drink. After being in there a short time they 'began to pull down the Subscribers-only content

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    FOURTH STAFB'OEDSHIBE BATDALION. Yesterday the Fourth Battalion of the Staffordshire Rifle Volunteers assembled tn the oustomary meadow, at the Halfway House, Tebtenhall Road, for their usual monthly dill. There was a numerous muster, and the evolutions annl thrneh were under Subscribers-only content

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    Piece of LAND, bout 12 yards frontage and a bout 22 yards back.-Apply to Mrs. ,Ohin lderuyield, near the Halfway House, Vest Smethwick, Staffordshire. n tlIl io CHEMISTS and DRUGGISTS.-For DISPosAJ. a capital J TBUSINESS, with Stock and Fixturesa.Address, '603, Subscribers-only content

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    At Oharolistoka : Frillay, Jan. 8, at Wettleton Pool Gate. T1re WuSETxrAND HOUNDS, at larrjprft Ten.-Wadaesday, Jan. 0, at Halfway House, Oldbury, atJlreera; Friday, Jan. 8, at atone Hion FR HARaa, at Troelve.-This day, Jasl. 6, at Ashford Toll Bar; Subscribers-only content

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    March 25, at Shakenhuret. The MoraouTuenrax HsEOUNDS, at half-past Tens--This day, March 21, at Crowfield; Thuxsday, March 24, at Halfway House (Tallycoed). The OAKLLEY HOerNDS, at Jalfe-pae.t Sleven. - This day, March 21, at Stagsden Side Gate (Tarvey Road) * Subscribers-only content

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    22 at Brampton Brian; Friday, March 25, at Shakenhurst. The M eoNmournsmitRE HOUNDS, at 'alfpast TeM.-Thursday, March 24, at Halfway House (Tallycoed). The O EY HoUrNDa. at half-past Elees-This day, March 22, at Drngee Corner; Thursday, March 24, at Grendon Subscribers-only content

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    at f-Vass ten.-Friday, March 25, f at Shakenhurat. a The MoNNrosUhxSeE HoVNT)S, at half-past Ten.-Thursday, a March 24, at Halfway House (Tallycood). The OA Rr EY HOUNDS, as half-past Kleves.-Thursday, March a 26, at Grendon ; Saturday, March 20, at Subscribers-only content

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    LUDLOW HoutDs, at htaypses ten.-Friday, M1arch 25, at Shalrenhurst. The MONDrourTearHss HOUNDS, at half-past Ter.-This day, March 24, at Halfway House (Tallycoed). The OeLBVy HEuONDan, at herlfprset lEten.-This day, March 24, at Grendon ; Saturday, March 2d, at Howbury Hall. Subscribers-only content

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    Feb. 21, at Hasrpsord Bridge; Friday, Feb. 24, at Lougvitle. The Moaasourussnsns HOUNDS, at half-past l'cn.-Thursdafl Feb. 23. at Halfway House (Talircoed). The UITsEDo PACK, at Ten.-Thursday, Feb. 23,, at Marsh BrooksL. Mr. iInx-;;LL INRAss's HOaUNDrS. aef a quarter to Subscribers-only content

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    Foresnark; Tuesday, 27, Foston; Thursday, March 1, Mereaston Stoop; Saturday, 3, Chartley, at 11. I MON81OUTIercULn.-Thts day, February 26, Halfway House (Tnlycoed); Thursday, March 1, Ltansantfrald; Friday 2 Scventh Mhlestons (Grosmnont Road); Monday, 6, Rlagiaun Thsursday, 8, The Ilendre; Fraiday, Subscribers-only content

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    Court, at 10.30. lilEYNEIr.-This day, March 29, Snallwood Manor.; Satue- day, 31, Fasld, at 12. MoxaouTUsHtnE.-This day, March 29, Halfway House (Tal y Coed, at 11, PYTvCusr.-This day, March 29 Little Brington; Saturday, 31, Arthingworth, at 11.30. ,QoiotN.-Saturday, Marchl 31, Subscribers-only content

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    (at 11).-This day, January 23, Elvaston Castle, Friday, 24, Doveridge; Saturday, 25, Chartley. Muo-:.oUTnslBlMRL (at ll).-'Lhis day, January 23, Halfway House, Talycoel; Friday, 24, Graig. PvTrosriEY (tAnL SPENcWnS) (at 11).-T'lss day, January 23, OCndle Wi'ood. PY1TOcLEvY (at 10.45).-Friday, January 24, Subscribers-only content

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    Wigmore Polls; Tuesday, 29, Hoptors Heath Station; FrIday, December 2, Iyre Park Gates. MoNMarouT1ssHiRiE (at 11).-This day, November 25, Halfway House, Talycoed. MofEo-nELL (at 11).-Saturday, Noveusber 26, Bretby MIll ; Mon. slay, 28, Nnwvton Village; Tuesday, 30, Blutley Brickyard; Thirsday, Subscribers-only content

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    cour, cc rharged %vith having,on the lst instant, stolen a j3o, the m property of Mr. Powell, df the Halfway House, C(rtnr's Green.-Mr. Sheldon appeasred in Se poprt of tle charge ab and Mr. R. Smith, Short Heath, for the Subscribers-only content

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