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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William street, City.- T. Powell, Birmingham, brass founder. [Fitter and Warden, Birmingham.- Emmna .Reeves, Birmingham, licensed victualler, [Webb, Birmingsam.-tt. Dufty, Barbourne, Worcester, market gardener. [Wright, birmingham.-A. J. Hemming, Birmingham, licensed victualler. [-lodgson and Allen, Birmingham.- J. Callow, Coventry, libbon manufacturer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daughter of the late F Thomas, Esq. to the Rev J Goring, of Wiston park, Sussex. DEATIIS.-On the 20th, at Barbourne, J A1 Gutch, Esq, in his soth year-On the 19tl, at Lower Clapton, i1 Gray, Esq, aged 93-0n the Subscribers-only content

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    "WANTED" CLASS ,f ADVERTISEMENTS iFor eeooerelive insootions of the easceet of emaIl Adoertlseountt partieola'isee( below the following are the prepa id charges :- A. 161yords, Once . 6d. 1 17 to 32 Words, Once .. Is. 6(d iofl D0itto, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lent Mrs. Mauling Ā£1,000;- BP; be to enable her to hand over the title-deeds -f the hseuse at 3he at Barbourne, In Fehruary, 1879,. he iasued& a , reala' tabc ad stating tliat in consequence of a dissolution of pertneresbp Subscribers-only content

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    known as " B'AsuBcuacaes BANc." D- LOT 2.-A Valuable Piece of FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND i- with frontage to Bank Street; Barbourne, containing OA. 2i. 1r1. ad LOT 3-A Piece of lRREHOLD LAND, with frontage to the d Rarbourne Road, containing Subscribers-only content

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    (young, 1,, Desir-s to L.earns rhe Wine Tbade, or any good2 Mtraile; has sevor worked] before.-Addeess, Hir. C. Humphreis, Bltmont, Barbourne, Worcester. 6287 1 M A 1yug, 120, Wa-nts Setirstion in the Fruit and Vegretakls T edksod hracter.-Addreso, F, 27, Subscribers-only content

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    C. 4, Daily Post. c;3?7 SITUATIONS VACANT (cana)zl G OCERY and rrnvieions.-Capoble Junior Wanted ;good refer- G ence indispensable.-RichalrdSout Brothers, Barbourne, Wor- cesttradOS (1 RGERS(flek Wnted ageabot 20 mus hopractical hock- MJ t9eepee,`w~ithfrt-ls reeene-pnlyut, Edmunid Hartlonnd, Family Grocer, Bromogroe. 56 Subscribers-only content

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    (Defford), N. Ā§helmerdine (Great Comber- ton), -H. Bennett (Pirton), EL D. Tilly (Smethwick), F. IL Lawson (CIent), F. W. Wallis (Barbourne ,G. C. Little (Manchester), and F. H. Weston (Worces- ter). The prayers were intoned by the Rev. J. G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WtenAreade. c7134 CENERtAI Servanit (superior), for small famnlly.-Westbnry, GB.Radnor road], ltandosworth. 67602 ClENERAL (experiences)), good character. Good wages.-No. 1, Q. Barbourne Villa,_Otobert Road, ltandsworth. dOS? d-EN.RA.L Servarrnt Wanted. QCsarater uudeeiable. Feedpo G Jcbildren.-Apply, Dolphin. Unatt Street, eSOIS Cl NEIAL, about Subscribers-only content

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    0, G. Bachus 2, G. - Vaughn (not out) 10, Mason 2, Grafton 2, extras?7 ; total 78. Albion and Barbourne: Barker 15, Castle 2, Penny ch h0 Lightwood 0, Wilks 8, Firkins 6, Harvey1,Jns6 at Goodman 0, Edmunds 0, Subscribers-only content

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    would like to learn A. the wine trade, or arny good tcvxde; has neser worked before.- Addlress, Mr.C Humphries, Belmnont, Barbourne, Worcester, 68054 XOUTH1 (under 16) wishes to Learn a Trade- Has bad three ILyears at Brdge Street Teclsnical Sdhool, Subscribers-only content

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    the Rev. S. J. A. Dean, B.A., to St. Clement's, Worcester; the Rev. N. J. Freer, B.A, to St. Stephen's, Barbourne; the Rev. IL Jenkins, B.A., to St. Helen's Worcester Lthe Rev. A. J. Judion, atL, to Lowver M~ittou& the Subscribers-only content

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    an inquest was held at the Crown Inn, near this city, on the body of Mr. James Geddee, of the Barbourne Nurseries, who on Saturday committed suicide. Deceased, who was about 55 years of age, had formerly been connected, either Subscribers-only content

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    mlimo, London, in the 8th searof his age,- -, CbarIO. yomngoa son otf th. late Mr. Joaaph 811ioote, of Derby. On the SOrb nit., at Barbourne, nean Worcnetar, In hid 84th year, -J.-It. Gunte.' Ti'-' I I I I I Subscribers-only content

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    paced under the influence of chloroform. in MRIAsGrA 3?FSTIVITIES.-On Tuesday was celebrated, [A at the new church of St. Stephen's, Barbourne, the msar-o ringe of Hyla Holden, Esq., of Larkhill, with Miss Sarah in Stallard, of the Blanquets, Droltwich Road. Subscribers-only content

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    the next Assires for perjury. IlOnEBuv IN A Csruaecae.-Several parses having been stolen from persons while attending St. Stephen's Church, Barbourne, the police kept a strict watch, and on Wednes. day, having suspicion that a little girl, named Ellen Dowler, Subscribers-only content

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    nail, at Powick, on the previous day. They were each sentenced to fqurteen days' hard labour. MARRIAGE FESTIVITI.Es.-On Tuesday, the Barbourne sistrict was thrown into a state of excitement by the edding of J. B. Vevers, Esq., of Yarkhill Court,'near Subscribers-only content

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    third daughter of George If albeard, of Iluatera Lane, both of thin teen, On the qtb hinst., at St. Stephien's, Barbourne, near'Worcester, (by the Rer. J. 0. Stallard, brotherof the bride,) John Brace Vevers, Beg., of Yarkhill Court, tferefordshlre, to Subscribers-only content

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    of cattle food. hlessrs. Griffin, Morris, and Griffin, of Wolverhampton, send 48 specimens of artificial manure. Dir. A. Wood, of Barbourne Nurseries, near Worcester, sends a miscellaneous collection of seeds, ahrubs, plants, & C. DIr. George Griffiths, of Worcester, sends Subscribers-only content

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    to prepare and submit to the next meeting an estimate of the cost of laying a new drain from the Barbourne turnpike gate to the Northwick Post Office, for the purpose of carrying off the surplus water from the road. Subscribers-only content

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