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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the present Governmeat. The remainder of the debate had nor reached us in tina for teis edition.l - - The Hill for the amenadment of the law of libel intro- duced by oir lgernen Borthwick ha-, been set down fur Subscribers-only content

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    LO-NDON COORRflSPO~IJJ~ TGE. taOaxflo', Sunday Night. Tae Local Government Electors IBi is placed as the " first order " for to-BOrrOw nighlltin the Rouse of Commons, the Cabinet Whing to get it through its Committee stage immediately, in order Subscribers-only content

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    HO-UrEs A .DLN To LET (Coi~td.) p~C s-Ioad (1531: four chamber w oebukthn pRIICEO. Charilg esidece. £24 Fee until halfa- ter._ _ _ *y~RL~l~t. trafordRoa: lave inin an drwino R ooms, eight bed rooms, dress1gzing To-m.Cath roo,-a laictcry (bet Subscribers-only content

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    and one of his sons (Mr. Archibald Flower). Carriages were in waiting,-and the Princess and suite were driven to The Hill, the residence of Mr. Edgar Flower, where luncheon was served. About three o'clock the party, which then included Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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    for Bosami Lanid Edocasiou. -Address, 224, Dally AN ID, Junior Governess, in lathies', school; dancing aird e..sCliothee~ie. S~tat salary.-VW.. The Hill, Severn Stoke,~ Wiorcesteri c21134 ANT=2 is ibe iaeihbourhoi niylbe Green, a Morning ~Tutor Addre.ss , 'ith Vartioln C.5, Daily Subscribers-only content

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    Situation in q IalManufactory or Warehonse : well understands horses; can 37 j drire well. Age 30-Address, T. Horsy, The Hill, Astley, near St~ourport, c684,3 .0DOMESTIC SERVANTS WANTED- O SGnerals, Norses, Housemaids Wanted; £6. to LII., -CSuited free. Hotels, prisote.-Six Subscribers-only content

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    with a good churvetetr,a Situation in aMalisufactory or Warehosuos; wenl understands heorsee-; cnn drive wcil. Age 30-Address, T. Bursy, The Hill, Astley, near Scourport. 43 TOUT9 (shorn) liesuires Situation in Wurehouse.-Address, T., YL 3, hr;s Fluces, George Street, Balsall Heath. Subscribers-only content

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    the sender. Memorial notices rC 1n Memoriam "y are inserteJ at simiLar rate& BIRTH. ForErLr-On the 26th iast., at The Hill Farm, Northfield. the wife of Arther Fosenell. B. KA, M.B., Cantata, of a daughter. WEsywooTy.-On the 2ath inst., at Subscribers-only content

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    with a good character, a Situation in a Manuiwaotry or Warehoua:' weil understands horses: can fvrel.Age 30-Address T. Honey, The Hill, Astley, near corpimert- Cf8e3 T~ATCH and Clock Jobber Wants Situation, age 23: good refer. W ores; own tools.-Taylor, 17, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bargadn.ir1s. c382 D Hockley Heath el5 2 0OR Sale, one pure Game Cock aod two Plymouth BoockCocks.- F Apply. The Hill, Perry Barr, Birmingham. c1114 VO ae adsome rough St. Bernard Bitch, two years old -g~ood 0Ju Saeire docle.Price £10. Subscribers-only content

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    SP (at 12).-Wednesday, March 26, Adlestrop; Frlda, 28, New Barn; Saturday, 29, Eynsham. EStEtroRDsnstR S.-GENOUNDS (at 11.3).-Thursday, March 27, The Hill, King's pvon. Lnnuay (at 12).-Wednesday, March 26, Hope End; Friday, 28, Holly Bush: Saturday, 29, Preston Cross. LuDLOW (at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12).-Tbhs day, March 26, Adlsatrop; Fe2a7 Z8, New Barn; Saturday, 29, EynSham. HEsuraORsHiSmn SneoRzOU;§5s (at lL3k30Y-Thxr-sday, M i 27, The Hill, King's Pyos. LED]sra (at 4).-This day, March 26, Hope End; Fnda, 23, Holly Bush; Saturday, 29, Preston Cross. Luncow Subscribers-only content

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    (opposite station), Edgbaston. c6287 (N ENERAL (goed), Ritchenmaid. or plain Cook Wanted.-State 1 _v.G age, experiene, and ges, ollsater, The Hill, Perry - n Borr. e604 5~ CENERiL Servant (good) Wanted. at once, with knowledge of do ; (.X plain Subscribers-only content

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    oLet; use of A jce.bath roots-IlL fleningrow Rad Aston. .2510 AF'ii(good.omfomfotale, unse. at FarmbOu5uc: .Mdeligbtfclly situated; 00 childrco.-Mfrs. Evansa, The Hill. Elford, Tamnwortls. c, 'APARTMENTS to L~et, a few minutes from Town Hall.-App, A 20, Th~e Crescent. clots- XPARTMENTS for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birmingham. . M~~~DED. 6 HurcsroGs.-On the I8th uit,E at Campell, Mineot, age Thomas Hutchings. ISMITE[.-On the 29th tlt., at The Hill, Netherton, Dudle7, aged 4 . William Woodall Smith. ;TAYLOn-On the 51st ult., at Sydney Cottage, Church laze, All," aged Subscribers-only content

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    between Lickey and llro-sgrove.-Apply, MsnerOfice, Bronoagrose. 02358 A PARTME for Lady or Ivail tcmoabehouse, M deligh situlted; no children.-r&Evans, The Hill, Elford. Tamowortlo. 022390 APARTHN-TS to eafwti;O aal rmTw al AL1 Apply, 2H, The Cr sc nta1 3 BALSALL Heath Subscribers-only content

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    tTrafalgar Road, Moseley. c8144 for hn-Whit-ehead's Dining Rcue ( ~OW2O YDiNFIR Wanted. Cowe kpt Good rharurter' ..indis~pensable.-I.r. T. Billing. The Hill Ddley. eni JjEL1' Wanted:wilt bc treated as one of the family; thrce- in family.-Address, M. 14, Daily.Post,_ _______ 0221 Subscribers-only content

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    Bristol Street c9114 _ TRI (respectable) for Hilea- Whitehead's Dining RoomS, lOV, Spical Street. Brll Ring. e8E Windispensablec,-Mr.T. Biling, The Hill, Dudley. c 1til noed will he treatda one of the family; three in 3R I, Mane zLUV'H 3, Dnaily Subscribers-only content

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    suddenly, at Laurel TLane, Hales Osen aged 18 years. hMary Ellen, the youngest daughter of the late Bejrojani Connop, The Hill Northfidc; deeply lamented. Esezssos-on the lIt inst., at 73, St James's Street, Asbted, aged 2 years, Frederick, the beloved Subscribers-only content

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    by letters, Henry brftth and Son p Warstone Lane. c74i2 _ -IROO-t-GARDENER.-One accustomed to horse and cow.-] GX Apply, The Hill, Dudley. c7lSI_ ROOMe-GAIRDENER Wanted: in-door-Apply, T1, Pcrnde, 1 G Birmingham. c7970 1 ELF (usefut)Wanted, Farmhouse; children. £10. Cherebh- S Subscribers-only content

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