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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The report that the ex-King of Delhi lad been con- victed and sentenced to transportation for life wiar erroneous. "The Hill Trial is not yet comeienced. "General Roberts arrived at Myserabad on the 22nd of February. "The advance on Kotahr Subscribers-only content

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    aged 79 years, Mr. John Newberry, much respected. On the 8th inst.. after a few days' severe illness, aged 39 years, Mr. Benjansin Mitchell, for eleven years the respected and faithful servant of Thomas Badger, Esq., of The Hill, Dudley. Subscribers-only content

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    Handowortb, J. Whewell, of West Bromn- wich, R. Nightingale, of Princes End, Mr. Benbon Lewis, of Tipton, and others. The Hill Top Quintett Band, conducted by Mr. John Dangerfield, at intervals during the evening performed selections of music from lHandel, Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. DUDLEY. roAn AcCIDENT.-Aborut seven o'clock on tire evening of Wed- VeEday, asa wagon and two borses belonging to George Cedlley, f the Lays Pottcriee, was going along the Tipton Road, it came into collision with one of Subscribers-only content

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    Esq.. eon of Jamei Saumarez Jepihson, Esq., R.N., to l17n youngest daughter of tho Mite Thomas Badger, Esq, of The Hill. Dudley. (On tbe b6th inst.. at St I'hlifip'e, Isiington, London, (by the Rev. E. J. Wrotteslay. rector ot Tettenbiall, Subscribers-only content

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    was executed as a collateral security. Thert was £3. 12s. charged for legal expenses, regn trll stamps, and discount. The Hill of sale lVsit a toil form filled up by himself. The last repayment made b)y the prisoner was a Subscribers-only content

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    was represented by Messrs. Turner, Lromley, and Hassall, of Stoke-on-Txent; Messrs. OG.sanr and Co., of Worcester; the proprietors of the Hill Pottery, Bursleim; and Mlessrs. Boyle and Co., of Stcelliouse Lane. Mlessrs. Turner eld Co.'s stand was laden with works Subscribers-only content

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    expressed his conviction that the hollow-ware trade was eventually to be in a better state than ever it was. The Hill Top men had, he said, determined not to go to work until the committee should send them.-Mr. Simcox spoke Subscribers-only content

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    7 the clerks in the various branch offices were brought to- g getbor, and at Mia, Flower's r esidence, The Hill, were sump- s tuounly entertained, The portrait wes accompanied c' by a suitable addrress, engrossed upon vellum. Mr. Flower. Subscribers-only content

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    Ribhard Green. Tidgae're, hamns Oakley; Stourbridge, Wrn. Akroyd, enjIamin Brookes, end Joshua Shbcklock. There will bo contests at Hlasbury, The Hill, Pensnett, St. Ilary's, Wordaley, the Lye, Upper Swinford, Wolaston, and Wol. lescote, but ns the Clerk is under ban Subscribers-only content

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    Pargetor, gentleman; and P. Chance, envgraver. Oldawinford: The Rev. James Richards, In- dependent m ster; and J. Griffin, maltater. The Hill: Jotn Bullus, farmer and potter; aad G. IV. Prescott, soelicitor. WILLENHALL. BAZAAR IN AID oF T' u Ll'ER.RY INSTITIUJrE Subscribers-only content

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    showthemselvos more determined than ever to lend it their support. Having referred in eulogistic terms to the operations of the Hill Top branch, the thairman concluded amidst loud applause by calling on Mr. Briant, one of the honorary secretaries, to Subscribers-only content

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    tercentenary of his birth. "II remain, sir, your obedient servant, " E, F. FL() WERl, Mayor of Stratford-on-Avon. " The Hill, December 8." THE IONIAN ISLANDS. A letter from Corfu says:-" The intelligence that the) fortifications were to be demolished, Subscribers-only content

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    each Evening at halftsast Sir, pelforusanca commence at Seven oolock.-Private entrance, Is. Gener M aner. Mr. G. TREDGETT. '.' The Hill is now thoroughly Warmed with hot-air apparatus eor the Winter Reason. tlY BNSWORTH and EUGENE are coming. 38 3070 Subscribers-only content

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    21Ain. by 15iu,, 240 go. John Phillip, RA., "The Billet doux," 14Ain. by 103in., 95 go. R. Redgrave, .LA., "The Hill. side Fountain," 14in. by 10in., 40 gs. W. C. Dobson, A.B.A., " Train up a Child," 12in. by 9in., Subscribers-only content

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    simply retires, forced to such decision by your own will aud resolntlon.-I am, gentlemen, your obedient servant, (No. 2.) "The Hill, Stratford-on.Avon, March 26, 1864. "Dear sir,-A letter aeceived from you this morning, dated the 23rd inst., addressed to the Subscribers-only content

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    LANGF ORD, Hon. Sac. LA DI E S GARIBALDI FU ND, TursEAutItERt-Mrs. HOLLIDAY, Chad Valley. SECItETARY.-Mrs H. W. TYNDALI, The Hill, Edglbastoa. SVUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED:- ~ .S Mrs. smaliwoed..~~0 10 0 ~ Mias~arpenTeR 0 0 0 FIRE INSURANCE COMPAN'Y, incorporated by Subscribers-only content

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    PIIYSE. BlINiJAISIN SOARS. WILLI&a J. soo'r. L ADIES' GARIBALDI FUND, Timsrimu.~n-3Mrs. HOLLIDAY, Cbad Valley. BSoar TARY.-Mre. H. W, TY10DALIA The Hill, Ddgboaton. SUBSCRIPTIONS ALREADY ADVERVI9.D, ff. 3s. Od. £. cd. MrsJ. S. Keep . .1 1 0 Mrs. B. wytbher Subscribers-only content

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    Kthan and Ifiaheind iuffesk Ellen were to march for action against Ufzul Khau on the '21st Alebutruml (27th Juno). The Hill ' tribes have shown yno willingness to mnix themselves up In the Cabool quarrels. The Aasosm authorities have suspended Subscribers-only content

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    Kenilworth. Digdale, James, Esq., Wroxhall Abbey. Elbbage, Thomas, E sq., Lvaroingtest. FEssEy, Mr. ,Jatsev; Watergall. Flower, E. F., ES,1. The Hill, Stratford-on-Avon. Floceer, C. E., Esq., Stratfosrd-on-Avon, Greaves, Richard, EE(., The COl. Warwick. Haddon, William, Esoc., Loilg ltehington. He1-leell, Thnoiais, Subscribers-only content

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