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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 30th nult in tre 73rd year of his age, Mr Joseph Weedon, of Wood ttgeet, Oheapsids. IAt Stoney Hill, Jamaica, on the 26th of Jane, a free black-womnan named Mary Brilge, at tle advanced age of 11) years. Subscribers-only content

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    I, Oakla~nd Tferrace. c9795 iDRD and Sitting Room (coantry) ; pleasant and healthy. Terma UCLtdJL)very maderate. - Victoria, Cottage, Stoney Hill, Broms. sangs grove, c9lt69 iOARD and Residence, for Gentleman (liningt out, near Hangley LB Road Station. Ref orences.-Addreoe, L. Subscribers-only content

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    SI Pearraee. e9725 t RD and Sitting Room (country) pleasant and healthy. Terms B very moderate. - Victoria dottoge, Stoney Hill, Brams- a ,rove. .79 GARD and RBmidoncs, for Gentleman dlining oatna Harley B.Road Station. Refereaces-.~Addolole, L. 72, Dal ot Subscribers-only content

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    on Saturday mernia ryFor the accommodation of himself and his officers at Bro-e grove he took a house at Stoney Hill, and Mr. TownsetP furniture dealer, of Bromsgrove, supplied furniture forit 3Sthe understanding that the society would pay for it Subscribers-only content

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    thorough investigation as to who had caused the insertion of a wooden plug into the outlet pipe of the Stoney Hill sewer, in a manhole in Mr. F. Broolces's field, and so prevented the flowing of the sewage into the Subscribers-only content

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    Tan House Farm to Rock Hill to har!ordcrossig th ro tteMa il 'crssig te Nw Radat the back of Stoney Hill, and soon to Catshill by the back of All Saints' Church and All Saints' Vicarage. If this were carried Subscribers-only content

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    Post. c5749 'ROMSGRiOVE.-Apartments, pleasantly and hesiltbily situsated B.. comfortable sitting roam and heel rerm.-Apply, Mrs. T. Grove, Liekey View, Stoney Hill, eHwt Cf'A!P HiIl.-Apartments, furnished, bed room and sitting rosin, .Jnicely furnished. with piano. Ts. 6d.-Vm. EL, 21, Haen. hurst Subscribers-only content

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    Bristol REoad, Birmingham. - c3834 flBs7tSGROVF.-Sitting and one or twmo Bed Rooms. Pleasaiatly B eituat&-1 Irs. Grove, Linkey View, Stoney Hill C3862 .OLWYN Baty.-Comfortable Aparwtments pleasantly situcted; r aJgnod cooking and attendance. i;s. weekly; piano.-Adfress, &. 95, Daily roet. ciOC Subscribers-only content

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    lv set of the case that fish were killed in the stream on the at day named.-Thomas Perks, baker, Stoney Hill, a 7 summoned witness, stated that on the 12th September 'r. he saw dead fish taken out of the Subscribers-only content

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    publilcn. WtLLIr.c Rtr.sv, Sea., Thurlaston, Leicester, bootmaker. (lno ar (ooDeAn., Foster Street, Birmingham, coal merchant and haulder. ALeFuR PincE<oN, Stoney Hill, St. Augustine, Bristol, beer retailer, greengrocer, &e. TromAs GuCrsoN, Button Caistor, Lincolnshire, ironmonger. SAMUEL Honnicawrr, Market Street, Ilkeeton, draper. Subscribers-only content

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    Subscriptions :Messrs. Reading Brothers, £2. 2s.; Mir. John Dunn, jun., Tower Road, Aston, £1. Is, Mir. G. I. Stanton, Stoney Hill, Bromegrove, Ios. lid. Subscriptions in aid of the Samaritan Fuied, per Dr. 13. W. Foster Lirs. IV. L. Sargant, Subscribers-only content

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    Chrch. 5DO tegus drnghbtr of the late BEDf, D ow. In DIED. e 511 Ou the 231h ult., at Stoney Hill, BrOmifr 6 Taom aA. BArawY; deeply r tvdod. i i i On the 28th ult..agter lugFeetlg r i in Subscribers-only content

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    and delightfully sitnuated. with extensive viewsa. Ten minutes' walk from liromnisarove Railway Station Omonibue peoaes.-Addreas, Mrs. Skidmonre. The Ferns, Stoney Hill, Bramns- grove. o2995. T O Working Miene-LODGINGS. cheap, clean, and nomufortable mayalay be found at the 41odel Lodging House Subscribers-only content

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    end deliehtful~ly situated, wilih extensive vlewt. Tent minutes! walk from B3romsgrove, Railway Station. Oranibua paseees-Address, las. Skidniore, The Ferns, Stoney Hill Brnws. grove. b 2.305 APAIITMENT5-, Nelson Street South, Bristol Road, use of A.PianoIff requred.eM - (,UPXiBIOR C~tMOTS r~ho goad, Subscribers-only content

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    n dellghtfully situated, wish oxtensts-e views. Lpen moinutes wak ro Sromsgrove Rali~wy Station Omnibus 138Cses-Ddo Mrs. Skidnmore. The Fame, Stoney Hill, Bromins grove, cO99LS P~nTM&T8.-ANelson Street South, Bristol R-oAd7ilof UU51.FORTADILE APARTMENTS, well -farnlshei, Pianuo; '.-'pleasant situation, S1, Charlotte Road, near Subscribers-only content

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    26bh iat. MBoardersoycceived en reasonablse terrs.67 DANCING CLASS every TUESDAY EVEFNING. 4 T)REPARATOR-Y SCIIO66tT fYOUNGGENTLE-- ,iL ME'N.-Mrs. 'WILLIAM HOLYOAICE, Stoney Hill, B3ronie- trove. Hellisthy situation. Meom comforts. Terms, inodbrate, ois apsplicationi. 4 The next Quarter conmmnelces Jasueary 21st. VORK HOUSE Subscribers-only content

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    Olirrlinghama and neighbosrr- hoed Picepactinees on application. Termas inoderate. 949 DREPARATORY SOHkOOL for YOUNG GENTLE- .1 MEN.-Msrs. WILLIAM HOLYOAYE5 Stoney Hill. Brows- grove. Eeaolthy situation. Home 00Eomr'rte Terms, moderate, on application. '58 The aelt Querter awnmmence Jlsnumar ESM --, -.-- Subscribers-only content

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    by the Lady'Prineipal (Mies Thornbilvy). Waverley Hotel, Crescent, Bvirilniogharn. , '481 PREPARATORY SCHOOL for YOUNG GENTLE- .14MEN.-Mrs. WILLIAM IIOLI11OAKE, Stoney Hill. Drums. grirve. Healthy aitimationi Hloie coinoorts, 'ferms, inodrlsate, our nnhrtriationm.14 Tire me~xtQeicrtor commences Jainuary 21st. 3, SNOWDON PLA01,e, MIOSELEY Subscribers-only content

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    Oltbaet Whiltfieldl. 5t. lrocid Street. 40 VV~ANlitiy reo~eetBhsDo', atge 14. Sittuation DA Pagir. Excel.- l~eiit tosthtoieialb.-Applly Co Ceor-ge Byrig, Stoney Hill, rCUT11 Warnted. from the ccorsrtry, to Manage a Garden, aried be .geiierally uncful.-Apply, 'T. SvI,, 'Z~, Hovi 8treet.. ct-l61 Subscribers-only content

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    Poat. ch-ll I M CY lVoeiero can be received ons reduced, toies, ton Assist critic 4MOush l'racttco.-t'rincpai, Tire Pie, Stoney Hill, Drama- gr-ave. - eSOS 3 TURSBE RY-00YE01E 55 Wonted at Edhgbeerton. for three chit- I dren tnnder six. Hones Subscribers-only content

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