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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddiarwybod iddynt Li yn ystod rhai o'u cyfarfadydd. " Ciewyd cyffro mawr," ebai y BirminqhaIm Daily A Mea1Z, S-"ye n'n'ghymydogaeth Balsall tfeath, ddyad W Mercher (cyh y; diweddaf) trwy i lew ddianc o'i gelI Y o'r filodfayney lle. Cantyddodd un Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. V. Thredder, jun. Barking, smack-owner. [Stratton, Shoreditch. C. W. Coleman, Bond street, auctioneer. [Robinson, Half Moon street. J. Garlick, Balsall, flour.dealer. [Hemiing, Lincoln's inn fields. W. Ward, Coventry, riband-manufacturer. [Heming, Lincoln's inn fields. P. Somerfield, BIOxwi;h, victualler. [Turner, Bloomsbury Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    far as segards W. E. Hickson- W. Asiton and J. Moslev, Nottingham, carriage manufacturers -W. and T. Lewis, Fen End, Balsall, Staffordshire, corn factors-W. and Elizabeth Frances Harrison and Ana Sayer Ansell, Ransgate, bardwaremen; as far as regards Ano Sayer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Ironbridgo Railways F. Guffield, Esq. Bolton House, Bradford, Director of the Cambridge aed Lincoln Extension Railway James Hamilton, Esq. Balsall heath, Birmingham Daniel T. Johnson, Esq. Aldermsry Churchyard, Watling street, Lon- doss, Director of R1emington's Direct London and Manchester Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tandu I Leat.e thirteen years. Iii-coining aboat £0O.-Aplply, Rtderiok 'husd P lSrn. a -, I - afiltAIES Tavvern, Belgrave Streit, Balsall lleath'-A capitil ( cornor Tavern, vith lrotlitablo trade'ttachod lasd roomy pro. al inalus. Leans 14 years. Iu-comniu £400. Pnrt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diotli. -.Stevenvons, Losmlsgton. . d421 p VAIIT6ON, with movable nimble; in gaood iondition. P'rice El en gauncaa.-Apply, 17, Sherbiturne Road., Balsall Heath. CISO PHATO 6(od, lamps. Sb. ; also AlbortiGig, 5so. ; Ex"Ongfe .fcr~lanrl,&e,-F~iehorQueen3s Cross. Duidley, c62d 13 1)HABTON (Parislian). Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Assist ism a goad acmide Boarding: or~odglg House. A widno', sniddillc-aod; Ae activ, asid a good cook.' bSiail salary.-'Alpha, 11, Balsall H stla Road, Bristol lisad. *. * C77%5 Y flOUSEEREPmI-want ad, a Re-eagageinesat to an elderly' Ges- a L Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    acid blue and red brick nmanafacturers; as regards J. J. King, who retires.-llalph Brown and George a Birch, George Street, Balsall lleatlt, near lir-nlagham, beilders.-Z Alfred Ebenezer Wenham, Arthur Wenham, end Thonwas James Agar, trading as Wenhlam Brothers and Agar, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i worth. 0 9718 8tr = , C'¶ENORAL Sevant (goodjWanted, Imosedlately. Good wages,- 4: vX 'Apiply, 126, Varnn Road, near Balsall. Heath Road. . o 1148i Fe g'ElEN-ItAL Servant Wanted, for Nortilield; sfiall family. Must O3 a * P. b Subscribers-only content

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    Street. 1 l15 W AM , by a foo-Ad panCok, a SituatIon.. Edgbaston pree ferred.d ssC. IL, 4, Vincent Parade, Balsall yHeath. lS ~~ANTED, a respectable Woman, to Aasilst In Cooking Hilachen l7y, YV lood wages.-Apply, St. James's Dining Rooms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chapel Tavern, Grest Charles Street. cNOY r- seer T' !18 O(UTH (setive) Wanted, with good charactetr-Apply, 69, Srra Y tet, Balsall Heath. T'66 11 03HWantsel; one from the countr prfre-plWieto Y LIOO, Hforse Fale. ol C los O THeiabot 19, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was ,4oz. out o lly of balance, on the 30th silt. :or Ass4ULT ITF(5-' A Wl-iL.-Georf5e Henry Cockerill, I, ng Balsall HIcath Road, was summouc, for assauilting his wife, r re aind also for using threats towards her.-Mrs. Cockerill sae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e3; f-IROitOIS and Dragon Vc^ltA, 3dRu ftrect, Hooaley, Incom- uc in abont FO00.-Applyt.odsnllk ntI lion, G1t4pES Tao eru, lBeliray Street Balsall Eeath. In-comliM G"A4X Part can renaal dppY Rmoderick and Son. Jiml, Charles 'tenrySt etor) ionglense. Ihcomlnig 6310 Apply,;' oder'k Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GI 33. thle Judge saiid lie had no0 hesitation in grnin t re e& rc JohN 11~0oNwARD, of Fe nTemple.~ Balsall, grocer andl general dealer. - Mr. Colmorere moved' for anl Order directing. a money -lTender to amdBretto pay £,12. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S~ooth Walles Governesernt Officec, 5, Westoocote eodo Chamber5, Londoa, S.W.; or from the Local Agent, NV. ALEXANDER, 54,NXortoil Street. aud Balsall Reach, Dirminghnont. SAUL SAM UEL, 547 Acent-Gcoralri for New South Witles. p H(ENI X F IREB. OF FIC0E~ iha. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fead or good 911 r Xlgaladd.Ade, .9, al Pe, a S0 " ?ARDENRIL'~ and Groom.-Wanted, a thoroughly experienced - Tree, Balsall, near leorkinwell Station. c?121 £23 - t ARDNI3tOI-Silnil~nWanted, cwhere aeslotance is given,A a Underatouida edltlvatieln of nil claimes fruite Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _________ONEY. y1ONEY LENT onFURNITURE, with or without . Removal, or any Approved Sectorfy.-J. Acton, 151, Edmund Street. vI9 ge.to £6500. ready to be DVA CED on approved Security, without going to a loan office,-Address, Mr. Paros ;l6 Birchfieldl Read. Subscribers-only content

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    yon is that the pueit d, may niot be misled by the doings of thesa people eali,4 in themselvesJ Good Tesuplhrs. I am, yours truly, 2) S. L HAJDLNGWCTColumbiaL'dge No. L. If 139, Edweardes Street, Balsall H~eatJ, duly 31, 1882. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ever did to promote it. I am, yours truly, S L Il RDINlG, W.C.T., Columbia Lodge No.1. 1c79, Idvwardes Street, Balsall Ucath. IThis correspondence must now cease.-ED. DP. 1 THIE TRANSFER OF LICEmSES. I'l the EDrros of te DAILY ro`ST. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Country Roadside Inn.-The Co(ek and Megpic. Bceoh A.' J Lane, Hagley Boad.-Apply, Roderick and Son. - CYInAPES Tavern, Belgrave Street, Balsall Hleath. In-comIng s 'X £480. Part cen Temaln.-Aspply, Rode-ick and Son. IUTE Horme Spirit Vaults and Tavern, Great Coltmoro Subscribers-only content

 

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