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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House. On Friday the Queen, accompanied by the Princess Augusta, inspected Hastings Castle, and spent some time upon the West Hill. The Royal visitors subsee quently took several drives through the neighbourhood, and returned as on the previous day to Subscribers-only content

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    when re- quired by the Earl to remonstrate with his quondam pupil on iis intimacy with 'the people at West Hill,' the Dean con- tented himself with representing the imprudence oa such a connexion, and the probability that his young Subscribers-only content

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    WauIdsswotfth, Win. Woolfryes, Esq., of Yatton, Sotlersetshire, to Sophia Jatit, the youngest daughter of MIr Deane F. Walker, of West Hill, Wantswortlh. Sept. 17, at Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Hon. William K~ennedy, of the Royal Artillery, son of Archibald, late Subscribers-only content

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    be brought for- ward as a candidate for West Gloucestershire, in the Liberal interest, HANTS (South).-Mr C. Brett, of West Hill lodge, near Titchfield, has formally announced himself as candidate in the Liberal and free-I trade interest. A coalition has Subscribers-only content

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    street Guiawsels D,,eel, 83 Coriciuget terrace Guanltin Thonaus, 84 Frederick place, Uppcr street, Illegteon Hall William, 9 Cooduit street west Hill Clearles, Hamptome wick Pdnalileou Joanl, 2; toat * c street Harris Henry, 49 Dake street Hoalis Beerryin., Churcit street, Subscribers-only content

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    of Mr JOSEPH PAYNE, Deputy Assistant-Judge of the Middlesex Sessions, which took place suddenly on Tuesday at his residence, West Hill, Highgate. Mr Payne, who was in his 73rd year, was about starting for the Court with Sir W. Bodkin, Subscribers-only content

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    Offices: 72, West Hill, Sydenham ; & 3I, Charing Cross. ' HIS Company has been formed for Tthe purpose of purchasing and extending the well-known Family and Residential Hotel and Hydro- pathic Establishment "LONGTON HALL," WEST HILL, SYDENHAM, acknowledged to Subscribers-only content

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    CHAIRMtAN.-M~ajor-General FREDERICK G. PYM, C.B.,Beckenham. BANKERS.-London and South-Western Bank (Limited), Regent Street, London, and Sydenham Branch. SECRETARY.-ROBERT PHILP. Cffices-72, West Hill, Sydenham, and 31, Charing Cross. This Company has been formed for the purpose of purchasing and extending the well-Pnown Subscribers-only content

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    d position, commanding a range of beautil scenery,. inclose proximity to the Crystal Palace, and having immediate com- munication with the City and West End. Intending Shareholders or viusiIor. should apply at once to the Secretary, 72, West Hill, Sydenaam- Subscribers-only content

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    DAvsJ, WILLIAM JOHN, 19, Speedwell Road, Edgbaston, general secretary of the NationalSocietyof Amalga mated Brassworkers. Nominated by T. Martineau, West Hill, 39, Augustus Road, solicitor, and 1awsor Tait, 7, Great Charles Street, bonsulting surgeon. WVALLIS, CHARLEDS, 50, Wcellington Road. Edgbastont Subscribers-only content

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    Street, i3lirm. clild Ij OUSHIIEEPE Gt (good Working), for BelalnegS HDUSee; middle kLI aged widow preferred.-Mr. Horre, Ths Fire, West Hill, Hednesford.- a29,154 YXOUS]EKEEPRR (Working) Wanted, truatworihy' H to 35; 1.1 business houas; widower; young men kept; one otbecrecrvant. Good Subscribers-only content

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    cOO O 111 EISRKFrEEPBR (good Working), for B Etime ~House: milddle- slat -H a'.aged2 widow preferred.-Mrs. Harris, The Fire, West Hill, Re Hed~~nesforeL - - e2945 -- pl VOUSSREUPER (Working) Wanted, trustworthy, 30 to 35; -LJLL boaloeiss house; widower; young Subscribers-only content

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    172,Se'riock'Streat, Iirni. e2936 I doursEKEEFER igeod Working), for Business House; middle- ~ L aced widow prefcrrid.-Odre. Harria, The Fire, West Hill, Hedneaford. eH945 n TI[OUSEKEEPER (Workine) Wanted, trusatworthy; 20 to 29; I.Lbuainess houee; widower; young men kept; ore atheriervoat. Good Subscribers-only content

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    deotected placing poison for domestic animals will he prosecuted. C BURGLAmY.-011 Wednesday night the resirdence of Mr. J. Yeomans Robins, 'West Hill, Cubhiogtoid, was broken into, and a clock, a pair of candelabra, some Dresden chin., and other articles stolet' Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. b,(Froes Lsast .Nad'bls Gazete.)e ADJUDICATrIONS. 0 PHILIPe SCOTT WNeVir, Oesett, Yorkshire, rag merchant. 3. Biaroase HOa'cNUNSN, trading an William Hopk-inson and Sons, dI Chatham Street, Halifax, contractor. e Grortee Lo~uis, Vic4orni, Street, Lochwood, near Hiuddersfield, Itlate Leeds Subscribers-only content

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    that there used to be. -The enquiry then concluded. CHEAP BOARD SCHOOLS. On Tuesday evening the new schools at West Hill, Hednesford, were opened. At the invitation of the committee a number of friends met at the schools, where a Subscribers-only content

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    munts govWcooking adandc:nera.ndpines; inv alids receive special attntion : board if required. Trsns mole- -rats. Good refereuces.-itrs. Sutton, DaLlhousic. West Hill Roa d. __ _ _ _ _ __ c729.i 0NTNORt.-Apartments: pleasantly situated; foil pea view. Y ITenrus moderate, according Subscribers-only content

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    iteed- r ham; the Orahan Working Shool, Haverstock Hill; gthe Barlawoo Idiots' Asylum; the Boyal Hospital for d Incurables, West Hill, Putney Heath; and and the d Boys'Refuges, No. 25, Queen Street.-Of MajorAlex- d ander George Dickson, M.P. for Dover; Subscribers-only content

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    John Sims, of the Mug House, Chapel Street, in this town. On the 7th ibst., after a short illness, Iphigenie Marie Larm Vanhove, for several years a faithful servant in the family of iMr. Henry Tyndall, of West Hill, Edgbaston. Subscribers-only content

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    E. Phipson, Augustus Road, per Mrs. Jackson; Mr. Shirley J. Palmer, 7, Great Charles Street, per Miss Ceoke; Mrs.Tyndal, West Hill Rouse, Augustus Road, per Mirs. Whateley; and Mrs. Brooke Smith, 51, Frederick Street, Edgbaston; as also the following donations: Subscribers-only content

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