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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    de'cisiou. Mr. Thaoms Carlyle Is at present on a visit to his sister and hrother-in-law, hIre. and Mr. Aitken, The Hill, Dnm- fries, where his brother Dr. J Carlyle, the translator of Dante, also resides. hire Carlyle appears in better Subscribers-only content

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    &u. THE HILL, AMBLECOTE, STO URSRIDG& 1UESSRS. OATErS, PERBENS, and WOOLDRIDGE MiL have the bonour to announce that they are favoured with instrlctions from the Executors of the late Joseph Pitman, EBt. (deceased), to SELL byAUCTION at The Hill. Amblecote, Subscribers-only content

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    himi for either race, as his fore legs are so doubtful that I question his ability to get down the hill at Goodwood, while he will not be able to concede the weight to several of those engaged in the Subscribers-only content

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    MP. THoLAs CAnLYx.-Mr. Carlyle is at present on a visit to his brother-in.law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Aitken, The Hill, Dumnfries. He appears in excellent health, and daily takes long walks in the neighbourehood. A Quxan. Fmsn.-Oa Monday, a Subscribers-only content

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    Lawns and o~th~eir mProVements Inside and T7 19 aolyweo-A P RYo~upead.-g^7 Bcomsd goo Garden, Rent a-ppyonPrme, 16 Immediat possession, The Hill, George Street Het.with large Garden. Vfnery Greenhouse, &o, Ctoah hou~s end Stable, oe. ReAnt £50, - Apply, 19. Aleoeter Subscribers-only content

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    every~ onavenienic,-For partlec- lass, end to view. apply at the Rouse. *,I. 0953 V OLetk vith Immadlate boueaeoln.House, called "The Hill." Wop T0. George and Uary Streets. lialsall Heath' I s ood Bed Room% and Laundry Coc-houme and Stable. -good Subscribers-only content

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    L1 El OUSH°, large GaIEdn, KeyO nexb doer belotw. IMOeilAtO yeeesslon. 01431 fr5O--Let, with Immediate pnmesion, -Houe. called ' The Hill" A to ofao Gtore Street and Marl Street. lsalsal feAth; 4 good BEd Roomsseed Rlliaund. Coa h-house anttO Stable, Subscribers-only content

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    amiy. cqureent: EglihFrench, 17 Latin, and thorough music. Age 27. Good salary. Excellent refer IL eccos.-Address. M. E. A., The Hill, Paulerspury, Toweesoer, -y' Northamptonohira. cO9O C WANTED, at the Birkenhead Industrial Schools, an Assistant Isli M bactar, to take Subscribers-only content

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    gestlemnsi's family. Aequiremeosts: Endtish, French, Latin, and thorough mus~ic. Age 17. Good salary. Exccllenl refer encea.-Address. M9. B. A., The Hill, Paulerepury, Toweaster, Nortliamptosnhire. -otto WANTED. at the Birkeishead Industrial Schools, an Assistant W iaster. to take eeboolroom'deety, and assist Subscribers-only content

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    RsteIalished 1815. 11, B2YZ~.E2'T HiLL. I Next to the Bank of l4nland. IS BIRTHS. AiR.-Ou the 3Mot it. at The Hill, (;ewp Street EsliEeeil the -4ife oof ThonaaseRitic ard titer, ofadughter Jon])AN.-(n the 2nd Inta aly laae ekrd' h t Subscribers-only content

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    eighteenpenny rate. _ STRATFORD-ON-AVON. Mr. E. F. Flower had the pleasure, this week, of enter- tainipg, at his residence, The Hill, near here, the distin. gttished American, Mr. Emerson. A Town Council ingeting was held at the Town Hall yes- Subscribers-only content

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    INST., At 4 o'clock in the afternoon- VALUABLE SMALL PROPERTIES AND ACCOMMODATION LAND, 3 Situated In the townships of The Hill, Romsley, Hasbury, and Hales Owen Borough, in the following or such other lots as shall I be determined at Subscribers-only content

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    Paris, B.L., Heidelbhrg, Tealcher i adI Lecturer ofIodern Languages, King Edevardes Gramniar School, Stourbhidge, is open to other Lngageocunts.-AIdress' The Hill, rtck, Becedley, W orcestershireo c025 ; 7OUNG Lady, certificated by the Universities of Londonand .S.Conmbridgo, wisles to givePrivato Lessons Subscribers-only content

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    redeption roomsand three bed rooms. in or nearBirminghamn,and at an essv ditance from the Great Western Rallway.-Address, H. R.,, The Hill, 01diswinford, Rtosir- bridge, c374S ~,OUSE Wanted, in Lozells or neighbourhood, etIt 2, fl Not leass. than three hpod rooms. Subscribers-only content

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    WILLIAAI, ERq., Broadway. THO NLEY. SAMUEL, Esq., Gilbortstene. Yardley, Birmipg- TIZXi6S, THOMAS, Esq., Stowage Woods, IRedditch. THOMPSON, GEORBE, Esq., The Hill, Dudley. TOMBS, SAMUEL Esq., Droitwicb. TURNEY, W. J., Enci., Park Hill, Stourbridge. WHITE, THOMAS, Esq., Evesham. WIGGIN, HENRY, Eiq., Subscribers-only content

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    PULCAMUISEMENTS., T HEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. L"T 1NIGRT °v bal SEYMUroS COMPANY, THTS ENING (Saturday), May Is. at L.A Production of Mr e. Reade's Nautical Drans, "OhUR S AIEN; OR, FOUL PLAY,, with New Sce"e"y by Mtr. G. Gordon of Subscribers-only content

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    is prepaered to Receive Another, on moderate ternisa The House Is clerateil, suit stands within its own grounds.-Address, Citanait. The Hill. c7608 BP I R MI NG HA M M UT UA L PLIANOFolITE CLUB. Thre ahove has bean esitablishe Subscribers-only content

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    at 5 oslncir' in the veconin-certaln FrRE,1I1OLD ESTATES and. ACCOMMODATION LANDS, ins the townships of Warley Wigorle Wnsrleynop ItidgerOT, The Hill. assd Calhemore. ran thre parish ot HlsOein Ihe county of Worcester; ansd COTTAGES madt AIDIin Oharccl Lane and 'Thirsible Subscribers-only content

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    at oi nlnok In the eivenfin crtain. FREE~1HOLD) TNEIATIE6Band ACCOMMODATtON-'LA S. In Phol t~whilhips'of Wan.;ey Wigorn. Wsirlev fsalop, Ridgabie,; The Hill. and Calkelnoe Ii tha 3'ia et Hiti en Owen,. in't ah county of Worcester;* endr 'IOTTAcIES and GCARDENS, In Subscribers-only content

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    rcgalarly wvorked. ~isi, £1,rl. Thomass E. 'Walker, Studley Qastle, 'WarwickshLsfr Class 40.-Cart blare antid Foai.-lit, £,5., Mr. George Tj~ottssoit, The Hill, Dssdley Lssd, £11., r. TlhotsasIf Class 411.-Cart li,'lly or Gelding, two asid. ttdsr three years old.-lst, Li., Mil-. Sotepe Subscribers-only content

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