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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    begin at half-past, so that the dancing might not commence too late; and as gas was regularly used at Holly Hall, there was no difficulty in lighting the theatre in the most perfect manner. About half-past seven, Lady Vere, dressed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Storbrrldg0e Josispos pnae'.a Vine Uin, Hi1gh Street, Lye WVaste 1oe ford, Worcesterllilre, licenesed victuatler and neluartgr sw35 'ENAMIN WlITEIIOUSE, Holly Hall, Dirdley, rope and mnanufacturer. J0jAsscpApEiz, 139, SaloP Street, Dudiey, draer anper dealer. ee EPHlReArm ROYAND, 3, bierrick Road, WotverbarnspW,. Subscribers-only content

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    hawrd libour for. indecently A &Ajltitig a' little' girl' namdc" Haifhah Hicilufian; the daughter of a miner residing at. Holly Hall. Tho prose- . utris alleged that the defendant fitst dragged her into hisZ 1 cabighiby the'aido of'l the line; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carriage was exempt exceist used for the conveyance of goods. The defendant was fined 20s. D -Oporge Mlatthews, coac'hbuilder, Holly Hall, for keepi ng . ad~g witho jt a license, was fined Ss. and costs. ngf, HICHdOY, 'BOARD. - Alderman Subscribers-only content

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    before Sir Ru pert Kettle. isadge, James Turneir SC an infant, by his next friend, George Turner, ironworker, day Holly Hall, sued Joseph Tennant, ijubliceas, Springmre teric for £615. for injuries received.-Mr. W"ard was for the of ti, plantif, nd Subscribers-only content

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