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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ;was made at the doors for the relief of the sufferers. On Friday week an inquest was held at Little Heath, Chobbtam, Surrey, on the body of a line boy, natned James Yarman, who was burnt to death during, the Subscribers-only content

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    TEDL~t'S ADDRESSES. FURS. :FURS. FURS. THE RICHEST QUALITIES.. THE CH1OICEST SIGNS., THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT. XTHL Bi1sT VALUJE IN BIRMIINGHAML %'P.,x1!mR,:S o N, & N E P K PE, W1 JU 132 and.133, KVEW ,STREET, Am. Now SHOWING THEIR GREAT Subscribers-only content

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    I WANTRDll CLASS of ADYERTISEMBNTS For coneecut~te insertions of the clauses of emall Advertisemntt rtleoularsed bolow the followie . lare tho ~reesoid ehusgre Od 16 Wods, nce ...... 6. 1 7 to 32%lads Once.... Is, Ditto, Three Insertione..8 IsOI Subscribers-only content

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    acres good old Turf. ouse aud Buildings. Near v d BristolRoad.-Apply, T. Tilvbbtt, Huarborne. c5281 _ ARK, 20 acres, Little Heath, near Bronisgrove half ,gas; sail d I a rich loam; Euitable for market gardener, ann good houne and ; Subscribers-only content

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    the chief officer of police at E3rdington, and who is now the keeper of a boerhouse situated near to Little Heath, was, on the night of January 3rd, assaulted by two Irishmen, named Rooney and Hassey, who pitched into the Subscribers-only content

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    laid weekly.-632, Daily y t.c767 AN7ANTED. to BORROW, £25. Good eccurity.-ArPly, by letter. a to Fphraim Poultney, Holly Troo, Little Heath, Foleehill otS13 wl.7 ANTED. £410,, for two yeOrT, on short Leasehold Property, pro , V duloig £70. ont ronts.-Addrcea, Subscribers-only content

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    in Lomug Amce, Nochells Greem.-Apply, D. Smiti, Architect, 4, CherTy Street. cB47 (VOVENTRY-To lie LET, it vilolge INN, tst Little Heath, Eoies- hill, sbomt tedo mSiles frois Coveuntry. Valeuaution about £0O.- Aplsly to J. Geooie, Propirietro3. ONG TO be LET, Subscribers-only content

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    tni-coining very lucy, to cut the pcirclcacoer.-Apcily onl thle Preainiseo. o3012 C iOVENTRY.-To ho LET, at vilcige INN, ait Little Heath, Fobes- b_ ill, abocit twoa mices Cr011t Coventry. Valuation elcout £500- Apply to J. tiG de roprietor. - o7l-I Subscribers-only content

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    low, t~ aelt the purclaiser,-Apiily en tile l'rrsoivs. gI0391 d i I VENITILYV-To ba L.ET, a. village INN. at Little Heath, Foise- 1-1bill hanot two- oilca from CoveatrY. Veduation about £4.-70 Apptly to J. Goode, P'roprietor. c3ll - b~o tc Subscribers-only content

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    very lowt, to selt the patrchaoer.-Apluly on the -Prms-a esic. c3912 K COVEINTRY.--'Toa ho LET, a villaga INN, at Little Heath, Folaa' ~Jhill. tibout two unilec from Coventry. Valuation aohut £10.- Apply to J.1 Goosl. hProprietor. cR40 r0Vt be LET, Subscribers-only content

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    beard his father ask Cox if he worked for anyone else, and he said he did not. DasielCox, nailer, Little Heath, was then called ; and Mr. East sated to the Bench that he had a right to advise Cox Subscribers-only content

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    did not think it ex- traordinary that the plaintiff hadl not charged him wh~r receiving stolen property.-William Perks, nailer, Little Heath, deposed that Mr. Parry had come to Cox as he was at work, and bad asked him where he Subscribers-only content

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    INN, High Strost, on the Prem lree. o POb"'LT "IEHOUS', Stabling, and Pretnslees kn'own -as tha A'cceHOLLY TnEE INN,` Little Heath. POleshiSSI Coventry. The PrernIsee are suitable far the Coal Trade, they adjoining to the Caa; also. for a Butcher, Subscribers-only content

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    Coast, £3,695.; South-Eastern, £4,03. FOLSHLESI.t Covosems'itr or or B ntr,- Ott SatStrday evening, a n adjonuined enquirywas held at Little Heath into the circumsstAnce to nehing tedeath of a Beale Iniant; found In a mielden. -Fle Coroner, In opening thle Subscribers-only content

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    leX ng Pootli' "'. n" TlJ OtUST~tER~PEit (Worki'ig), by young Person livingra arsn d.iL. toese. Age 25.-Apply, C. Miles, Little Heath Farm, 1laiek. well, lnear onro nlvgrno. cYU l ADY, Requiresa, Maid, who miset lse a good needlewvoman, 1i0- I Subscribers-only content

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    CORRE, SPONTJENCE, NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. 1l. ldtters intended for Publicatim, m4 be accomponsied bi t ruso arnd address of tUe oteri not essecea1*iy for puhfca~tioss, sret fon the injem~sat'ior oif the Editor. Wher answ~ers to ,'siesto es re no>t Subscribers-only content

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    l~irruhighara. Avea. 116 squsare yards. LOT 5.-711t0IMMItOVER. - Three COTTAGES. with Nail WI. S9heps asod lerge Gardenus, sfituate at Little Heath, t'/. mailes train Broilingrove. Time anesal rents are _P17. 6R. SC]. B LEASEHOLDS. oi LOT' 10-WITTON STREET nod LOWER Subscribers-only content

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    in Delco LStreet, BirmIngliam. Area, 116s 0arlo yarics. Lr9_-BRONISGROVE. - Three COTTAGES,wih Nl Shcpes and large Gardens, sitruate at Little Heath, l'/o miles from Bemgroec, The erioure rents ore £hl.6o Bid. LEASEHOLDS. LOT I0.-WITTON STREET aoil LOWER DARTMOUTH STREET,-Ace Improved Subscribers-only content

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    9; (J()ID]';] j0Xl INSU]tANoJS aOlb[PA3; wtt (LINtIT]tD). 101 ST. 81YITINN'.S ]ANI:, EC, (;I.XlSltAL A(CO]Dl:NT.Si. | 1'1,11Sf)NAIJ INJUllIE.S, : R*\llJwAy AC(JIDI;21T.Y. I D15ATI] by ACOIDISNT, (J^U'£I-ON TO l'UBOBASBIIS OF STBBli PliFjb, . _ . 408EPII GILLOl'l! P^n Blakor to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CONGnR14rATIONAL.1ST MrINISTER,-- Yesterday the ordination of the Rev. J. C, Villiers as ministi r of the Congregational Church at Little Heath, Foleshill, took place. service was held in the afternoon, at which the loading ministers of the denomination in the Subscribers-only content

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