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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwageni yn ngwaith glo Brownstown, pan ar gyehwyn girtref Bu ef by r am ysbaid yn Broad Top, an yn Becks' Ran, a chartrefai ei denlu am rai blynyddau yn Mineraville, Pa. Brodor ydoedd o Gyfartha, Merthyr Tydvil, D. C., Subscribers-only content

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    T PROFESSIONAL GENTL;BEMEN.-To LET, UNFURNISTED, the entire upper part of a roomy HOUSE in eyceilet repair, svith hadndonme private erntrance, two good kitchenoj anld numnerous other I conivensences; Srent-loQ guineas per ann~umn, enquiregat the Public Library. SOCIETY. FOl TFE Subscribers-only content

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    Northumberland, mer- chasit.- Oct I0. T. Harding, Worcester, glove manufacturer.-Oct. S. J. W0est, Frome Selwood, banker.-Oct. 8. M. Whlitmarsh, Wantage, Becks, cornc-dealer. -Oct. 17. R. Roberto, L verpool, ship-chansdler.-Oct. S. J. Bowler, sen., Salford, dyer.-Oct. 9. J. Wilson, Liverpool, cabkinet-maker. Subscribers-only content

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    Dec. 31, both inclusive. tIMPORtTATIONSt. W~he at.Bar.Oats. Malt. Flour. fr. Qrs. firs. frs English& Scotch 330 800 logo 5800 5080 Becks. Irish . - - 918 - - irks. Foreign . . - . - - - - - brIs, Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, March 12. f9itce of;Ordnassce, lleacs 11,-Royal Regiment of Artillery-Second Capt A. TF. hillpotts to be Captain, -vice De Winton, retired on half-pay; First Lieut. J. D. Shakespear to be Second Capt. vice Phillpotts; Second Subscribers-only content

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    lu 1lrgae. t N For Sore Throats and Inlluenza. the For Broken Knees, Bruises. Capped Hocls. For Sore Shoulders, Sore Becks. S8 Of Chemists and S3adt1lems, In Bottles, 2s., 2e. 6d., and Is. 6d. _D SULLI AN's ROYA BROCATION. for Subscribers-only content

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    teetotaler; good reeec2-Io,6,Fani Road, rnrmsngn-1-s c6502e I BirwWabitia. I -, - - . 0093 ? I SITUATIONS WANT9P TADY (young) Becks Situation, In light Warehouse Dutiesl or 14Fanncy Shop. Dieeseticatetd.-A. Robe11rts, 160, Warstosse Lite Blilnlnglismn. *... C6764 L ADY (yung) Subscribers-only content

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    total 33. ASTON AvENUF, V F SrT ESIBROSE GurnD.-Played on the ground of the latter on Saturday. Avenue: Cross 1, Becks 0, A. Boland 14, Abraham 3, Ireland 3, 0. Boland 0, Woodall 0, Edwards (not out) 9, Siddons 7, Subscribers-only content

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    Tomlins 2, Barbour 7, Duffill 0, Jones (not out) 0, extras 17; tot;al 43. Aston Avenue: Griffin 2, Ireland 1, Becks 2. F. Edwards 9, Cross 1, B. Edwards 1, Hardy 4, Boland 14, Siddons (not out) 10, extras 10; Subscribers-only content

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    RGardiner C. Brow73nOt out?----- 0 Tota.. ...... 211 Toa ASTON AVENu V. NEnv..sL (2ND T'1as)-Played at Handsworth, on Saturday. Avenue: Becks 5, Abraham 0, Baker 1, Siddons 1. Griffin 0, Ireland 7, A. Boland 0, Edwards 0, R. Boland 1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adnminrstoring to herself a noxioas drug. Mr. Carter Mitchell, of B: dforsi, proso- cated on behalf of the Trsasury: lMr. Becks, North- ampton, appeared for HoWe and iMiss Cross; and ilr. i'arnel for tire herbalist. --In opening tde case Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Coventry.-Cattse, Brotbers, Sheffield, clectro-platers.-Colemian and Roberts, Pouitry, iron merchants-H. Wyer and J. Handford. Nottingham, lace- ma- chine owners.--Marrall, Brooks, and Becks, Blrnsn6gh am, iron manufacturers; as far as regards G. Miirrall. DECLARATIONS OF DIVIDENDS. J. and W. E. Carr, and Subscribers-only content

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    Graham, Coleman Street. ELI GIBSON, Wilby, Noothanptonshire, builder, Jan. 9 at tin Feb. 9 at 1, at Basinglall Streen. Sole., Becks and Metcalfe: Bedford Row, and Beacke, Northampton; off. assig., Graham, Coleman Street. THOIAC TAYLOR, Hastinrgs, tailor, Jan. 9 at Subscribers-only content

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    months. CAUTIoN.-Jehc, Sparkes, a miserable object, aged 16, was charged with being found on the premises of Messrs; Brookes and Becks, Riclard Street, ironmasters, on Saturday night. Sent to the House of Correction, as a rogue and vagabond, for twenty-one Subscribers-only content

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    three " lumps" of coal, value one penny, from a boat on the canal, the property of Messrs. Brookes and Becks, Richard Street, on the 11th Inst. Mr. W. I. Powell prosecuted, and said the prosecutors had suffered so much Subscribers-only content

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    told the Bench Tha t he knew Biep would be charged as to the robber' of plate receutly at rarringdon, Becks, and an officer from thence' was sexpected to convey Ike thither. If, however, that Course was not followed, lee Subscribers-only content

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    the house. They made oft with their beefy withsout being discovered.- This day week you should comimence using Chium's- Teans'Ret Becks, 1d,. eacd, 8ed. per dozen,, Ts. 'ea; per gross., Clisym's Landlords' Rent Books, -2e.a-nd Os. each. Prep llorders, ho~wever Subscribers-only content

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    Wfiltint Peters, living in Bartholomaw Street, was charged with being on the pre- mises of Messrs. Brooks and Becks, Richard Street, with Intent to commit a felony. It appears that about three o'clock on Sunday morning. a watchman, in the Subscribers-only content

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    granted, except the lest named, which wes the only ore opposed. Mr. J. Jage, Red Cow, Bird- port Mir. E, Becks, Mount Pleasant, London Reas ; and Mr. Reynolds, lien and Chickens, Merryvaeo, had their applieations turned over till Friday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Firm of " SASuEi FLrnrTnEH and SoNe." end who were Baskrupta on the 23rd day of September, 18S3. The Becks were in the posesrsiosi of one of the Official Assignees of the Birminghasm Bankruptcy Court in Jannaiy, 1861, but Subscribers-only content

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