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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wrt Boslcs, aned to no abocit Solicitling Orders. Or cc-cld toke It Sitetos . irsles eieaMilrAge 26.-Address. W8. S., Middle Mill, Kee-R ; ton. Teweseebury. CtO 'hRGANIST.-Wainted, a Situiation us Assistant Orgnistm ci 13-0 wYsould tako tenipseary duties, - Address, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mlaoo, oge 25, Situtation, to asae hoimsoelf sosefsl in toill, to sects thn(- boolse,anod go osotsoliciting orders.-Adslrcss, IV, S., Middle Mill, lKernerton, Tewkesebury. 06278- 7tW1LLERS.-As Stunemoon oar Geoneral (good). Life e..tarirnce. .1.Age 35. Ifnferencen,-Prooctical, 31, Asluss Strent, Newptosro, dl Cardiff. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vs4-Mait, Siteatiomi to Assist in Still to k-eep miii boeoto, and go out_ esoliciting orders: age 25.-Address, VY, B., Middle Mill, Kemnerton,6 -Teoviteobury. c3035 4 jWEDICAL.-A Student at the ((neon's College, who has dune St A snm ittle visiting, Wents Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MlARSDEN, Denby Orange, near Wakefield. ploY fd-BILE T, all that WATIER CORN MILL,boil A.Situate at Tong, called " the Middle Mill" with Dwell- whls isglolecsvniesOces, Outbtildisnls, and about 41 acres 01 cons CM bemOiOan atos aId ino issloe occupaotion of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wf us t~~ '0 B~~i~~ LET, ~1 ht A EICR ILL, tile n T stuat at Tong, called "1the Middle Mill," with Dw, It- risle 95, ihg-house, convenieric a. outbuildings, and about 41 Sores of amr sitarable, meadow, and pasture Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ _ _ _ _ _ l OBN LET, all that WAT-ER -CORN ~MILL, Situate at Tong, called 11The Middle Mill,' with Dwell ing-lioose, convesiences, outbuildlias, and abouit-ortY-eneW Iacres of arable, meadow, and pasture LAN41.n6e in thle (cect-' rebuilt ofndr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    % ES3 EPPER and SONS' Order of Sale w~~~ 2b~Tis Delp is as fellows.-- 't 12 o'codlcck-W Lots of new and second-hand HARNES-S, 81d.ILEL1Y, Horse Clothing. front a -variety of sources, and n special consignment of 20 Sets of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LICENSEDi VICTUALLERS' MEMS. -- - --a,_ L10ENSING XiWEETINGS. NTEWINGTrON, IMARCH l1t. RLGIGT OF ATTORNEYS TO BEg HEARD AT GENERAL LICE.NSING MEETINGS. The practice of this session is, tiht persons applying for oppo-ing the grant of victuallers' licenses must appear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Far Mill Meadow v 5 0 17 19 Near Gorfe Clefc- 5 2 5-10 2 22 ILOT 83. 17 Middle Mill jleidow 5 O 15 LOT 9. 12 Far Flohd Gates - . 1.5 11 Bulls Ditch or-Door7Spit 7 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6. 20 Far Gorfe Clofe i 18 Far Mill Meadorw . 19 Near Gorfe Clofe - -LOT 8. 17 Middle Mill Meadow LOT 9. 12 Far Flood Gates 11 Buns Ditch or Door Spit LOT iO. .3 Near Flood Gates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Meadow . 5 0 17 d' 19 NearGorfeClue * 5 2 5-10 2 22 d LOT 8. f 17 Middle Mill Meadowr 0 15 LOT 9. 9 12 Far Flood Gates . 7 1 15 J 11- Bous lDitch or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or Parcels, vir. Homestead, comprising Mansion House, &c..... 2 111 Plantation ............................. 10l Far AlMill Close . ..........4,1. .41 Middle Mill Close, ............2 3 1 Far A1ill Close ............ . --,o 3. 1 Near Ali) Close . ,,,,,,.,._..s .n Upper Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Closes of Land ldi situate lit listen Woodl, near linihand WVind aforesaid, called AMon thin Far MIill Lands, the Middle Mill Lands, andi the Near Krd Mlill Lands, which. contain I IA. 3R. 141P. or thereabouts. anrdaI Thei ivhole of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and SMITH beg to announce that F .?1 the are instructed by Mr. T. REDFarER (who is leaving Thtffibld Middle Mill), to SELL by AUCTION, I on MONDAY, the 24th day of February, 1878, the n LIVE aiid DEAD FARMING Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    announce that IV o they are instructed by Mr. T. RnDrEaN, of Duf- fld IWho is Ieavid ouf Held. Middle Mill), to SELL by ho 10 AY, the, 24th day of Februay teut pf.the Mill, &,.; comprising- I N1ewl Calved Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Demege," containing 3A. Ol. 23P. Tenant, Mrs. Winson. Rent £31. LOT S. All that WATER CORN MILL, known as "Middle Mill," driving three pairs of stones, recently repaired . Y and fitted up at great expense. Also, an excellent I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buildinge.- Apply to Mr. MIDLETON, Horsley, near Derby. Pri CORN MILL, DUFFIELD. inot T0 Let, at Lady Day, the Middle Mill, Duffield, with gui 'House and 3 Aorra of Land; rent £40.-Apply TU RICHARD WAITE, Duffield. Ql7 Let, 'Capital Dairy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Middle Mill, Helmshoee. - B7s Incur.. 1 * to thk Varo. - Considerable dissatisfaction has existed at tbis mill for some weeks past, chiefiv arising out of the lengths aud prices. Mr. Birtwistle, actiug under tbe instructions of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ann Kirkhy, who disappeared mysteriously about a month ago, and whose body was found in the river Colne, near Middle Mill, on the 27th ult., by a coal carter named Keeble. It appeared that about seven years ago deceased (her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Botolph, Colchester, ■son of Mr. George Huggins, of Thetford, to Marianna, •only daughter of Mr. Isaac Chopping, late of Middle Mill, Colchester. On the 26th inst., at Colchester, Mr. W. Garrad, of 'Oxford, second son of Mr. A. Garrad, of Subscribers-only content

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