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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MIr. Dorset defended.-Inspec- tor Carliss said that on the day in question he and Sergeant Wright were searching the River Blyth, and when on land in the occupation of Mr. Anderton, they found a quantity of fish lying dead in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    see that nothing was done which would affect the water supply of Birmingham. The small stream which formed the River Blyth affected their water supply, and they were anxious that it should nut be polluted.- The Clerk to the Authority Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that in every twenty-fonr hours there are sent more than five millions of gallons from the Bourne and the River Blyth." The party went out to visit the oft-described reservoirs and other objects of attrac- tion; and brief thanks having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R1ev. IL, Benuctt, Firtou RectoryWorcester.Lef757 ~1ARAI Imall) to T.It; good hooso and buildings -,22 sores; :y Fmnile lishinig en River Blyth free. Re-nt £46. yeanlS.-T. Gas- coign., Marsh Farm, Baraboo. cc, 55 * 1 VTSEI)geneelResdene. ieg Heth.Two guineassper .I weeIL-Day Subscribers-only content

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    maenex-Aply.Rev H.Bennett. PirtoneoryW cst.[d8 'WaUtM (smann) to Let; 'good hoem end buildings: 20 aores:~ vJ A: mile fishing on River Blyth free. Rent,£46. yeerly.-T. Gsr- 4 coigne. Marsh Farm, Barto.c6T35 r Lp2M=, loseto Birmiinghanm, 34 acres; perfect repair; pink or Subscribers-only content

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