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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the same work, price Is. 6d. In 2 vols. Svo. with 48 figures of Birds, beautifully coloured from Nature, by Bayfield, prie 28s. THE FEATHERED TRIBES OF THE BRITISH ISLANDS. By ROBERT MUDIE. IV. In small 8vo. with coloured Plates, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    same work, price 3s. 6d. III. In 2 vols. Rvo. with 45 figures of Birds, beautifully coloured from Nature, by Bayfield, price 2so. THE FEATHERED TRIBES OF THE BRITISH ISLANDS. By ROBERT MUDIE. " 'Tis a delightful work."-Blackwood's Maoazine. " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the s~ame worl;, price 3s. fid. Ia 2 1vos. Svo. with 4S figures of Birds, beautifully coloured from Nature, by Bayfield, price 2 s. THE FEATHERED TRIBES'O THE BRITISH ISLANDS. B* ROBERT MUDIE. "'Tis aidelighitful work."-ilackwood's Magazine. 5' indiesab1e to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1H By CYRUS REDDING. II. uIn 2 vols. Svo. with numerous Figures of Birds, coloured in the best manner, lo Bayfield, price 2Ss. THE FEATHERED' TRIBES of the BRITISH 'ISLANDS and the SR; 1 - - - ~~ROUNDING SEAS. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. i. . , - Tuesday, ]9eeember S. Baurhrnlu'nps.-T. Boill, St Mary Axe, Vi grrg merchant. ie'ec -W. It. Filler, Lime street, merchant. (Marten and Cii, 3iei Follolt, lingi~or, Sussex, bookseller. [Itogeron rdFrLnoa5dr J. Blackwell, upholsterer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the price of 62k. Ttie line is to run frmi HIudson, on the border of Minnesota, through Wisconsin to Bayfield, on Lake Supe- rior. It has a grant of 1,501,000 acre. of' land, and is described as constituting the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    five han- dred and four thousand acres, to aid in the construction of the Road. The towns of Superior and Bayfield on Lake Superior are about the same distance as Chicago from.New York and other points by the Lakes, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was seen and de- scribed by Captain Hannay, nearly half a century ago; and two years later by Griffiths and Bayfield. In 1848 Baron Otto des Granges advocated the adoption of a direct route from Calcutta to Yunnan via Bhamo. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IlIr. Samuel Love- ,ridge retires from the board by rotation, and is ehifVble for re-clection. Mr. Arthur Bayfield (of tbeffirmof Eay- field and Bayfield, chartered actountants, Birnniighamr), the auditor, also retires, but offers himself for re -election- PARR*'S BAN=IG COMPAY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road;- S. Robinson, IThe Elmns,Coventry. Intermediate exam'Vin~tion: WV. E . Alldritt (Dooley and ill), L. V. Bayfleld, B.A. MBayfield and Bayfield), T. J. Finney (Ryder and Skidmore (King Fatten and Ce.), all of Bi'rminghami. Final Clamination; CT, H, Slawyer (Shiarp, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Northamapton. c4736 A CCOU-NTAzNTSr 029oo.-Junlor Clerk Wanted, immediately, ttA-age about 16; good character required.-Apply, by letter to Messrs. Bayfleld and Bayfield, 95, Colmore Row, Birminghasn c4462 ACCOI7NTANCY.-Boy Wanted, for chartered accountants A1 office, Salary IL~s month to oommcnoe.-Address, 179, Day Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOR FAMILY MOURNING, Sterling in quality and moderate In prloe. MILLINERY, MANTLES, DRESSMAKING. FUNERALS IIFFICIENTLY & ECONOMIOALLT FURNISHED. L.ATE PRITCHARD. BAYFIELD AND NEEDHAM B I(FRom WE5TL= Ricnwxlt AND CO.), GUN, RiFLE, AND PISTOL MANUFACTURERS, Are now prepared to make to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tea. YOBK PASSAGE TEA WAREHOUSE, 37, HIGH STREET, BIRMINGHAM, Entrance next to Messro. Laifgo and Co, Drapers, 549 LATE PRITCHARD. BAYFIELD AND NEEDHAM n (FROM WESTLEY RIOHAItDs AND Co.), GUN, RIFLE, AND PISTOL MANUFACTURERS, Are now prepared to make to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Patent Brech-loeding Gun, which Is pronounced by some of the most eminent sportemen to be the beet Breech-loading Gnu extant. Bayfield and Needham's Fercuzslon Caps, warrntod not to mi3E fre end to retain thtir exelleance In any climate. RilDe and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    g G n. whih Ia p Xonoeed yawornoa of the mee~lt emiinenlt spfrfCm to be the heat Braee&.lDng Gus extant Bayfield end NeDhem'a~teruion Capsp, jnjsated net to mn.doei and to retain their exeelaucc In ayclimae littl sod Brec-lsilg Chcdges and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    go onto Needham's Aatisfaction, and tbey came to an arrangermen to diasolve partuership- A 5'4 scent was drawn up by Bayfield, whtrh showed them to b ao 1e70t to the extent of £46. go. Needham gave Hayfield £90. to pAY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Brooke. rIrmingham, elentro-plater, audit. I ........ .... . 11 T. T. hlutterwooth Birminghaen. jeweller, a'..... . I . 1i Bayfield and Needharn, Birininghatl,g an D akera, audit . it W. SIkes, Kinver, travellingdraper. audit. ..... 11 FRIDAY, SEPTItoreLt 20. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AimrI 3. C. R Skinner, Worcester, tenuer, adjd. audit .11 j3ylleld aid Neodlieje, Biruminghain, gUn miamufacttrers, adid. Iast examinatiou of Bayfield .11 W. I. Matthewes. Birmintghamt, boot maker, last exatm. and dis... 11 Hl.Da~ley, Lonegtonl, groceri last exatnination anti dies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Malay is fixed lor tIre discharge. Ice s'e BRoyqctLdmee N'ecdles. Birmsinghamr, ilee11ce maseeufactee'S. -Adjourned meeting for the last examination of Bayfield, attended by Mr. Nclsocr (-inn of Southlall and Nelson) for the assignees, anca by AIr. J. Suckling for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and (Clark iroitwici malt ianaufactursrs, adid. audit .. 11 ,J. | voke, Walsalcuflek, aIdid .crtifiate ............. 1 -THURSDAY, -JuxmS 26. Bayfield. aed Needham, mBirmiham1Igen manufacturers, div... 11 H. IA..Hicleline .lirmlnghain, e ectro plater last exam, and die 11 R. p.I~ason Subscribers-only content

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