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    Steel, Purse Garnitures, Ac. Nails Locks and Pins Curtains, Muslin, &-c. Em- Scissors, &c. broidered Segars, &c. Coffee and Coffee Biggins Silk, Raw, (Turkey) Cases, Empty, Wooden, (tobe Silk and Woollen Stuffs broken up) Silk Manufactures, viz. Damask for Curtains, Subscribers-only content

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    SITUA~TIONS VACAN~T (coned). t~a as'Oi'Oid n 0swomt Sdals; mustebe¶ Ft '$2!' ~ etevt-te. F.l.Sadlc. 43 and 47, Ca;r- - t-ni , lain C~iWork;aousioa ti-,,st Jmi toDci~r ficoaods n n, LiD s-if d I~~~~ca ,i-rtot ti'rnetre-Ats. A 54.53, ioi~i'Y Post. Subscribers-only content

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    I above street on the previous evening.-After some re-- marks on the disorder in the neighbourhood, the Bench l discharged Biggins on condition that she left the town at once; Griffiths was sent to gaol for a month, Willett$ for Subscribers-only content

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    . Ie B BARINoG-IX A PUBI.cCAN's Dooe.-On Saturday night a young and powerfullybecilt Irish labourer, giving the name of Authonv Biggins went tu the house of Mr. Edward Freeman, landlord of the Buli's Head Inn, High Street. He was in Subscribers-only content

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    iabt prosecutor, and this offence being also proved against Mills, he was also committed to Worcester on this cbarge; bat Biggins and Lovatt were discharged.-The case against Mrs. Perry was then gone into, and shs was also committed for trial Subscribers-only content

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    Lord of the Isles more recently. After Mr. Merry, tha chief winners on the race are Mr. Payne, Colonel Oosoley Biggins (who executed a portion of the stable commission), Ir. Buchanan, and Mr. Graham Smith, the latter of whom 'throws Subscribers-only content

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    ordination in the Parish Church of Eccleshall, when the following gentlemen were admitted into holy orders, viz, :-Deaens: W. B' Biggins, St, Bee's; W. Barnes (Scripture reader); B. Burn, Trinity, Cambridge; T. J. Cooper, University, Oxford: T. Doughty, St. Bee's; Subscribers-only content

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    eta., Ravenhurat Street, Aug. 29, 1861.. BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT. YESTERDAY, Before Afessrs. T. 0. S. Kynnernley and T. Cox, BO5GLARY.-Hescy Biggins, Caroline Connelly, Pliza. beth Skildon, and Barriet Noans were brought up by In- spector Jennings, charged with having, on Subscribers-only content

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    Tnflell, anda Montgonmery ; Adjutant L. C. Williams, surgeon-Major R., Derner, Assistnnt-S Iurgeone Williams aind Kennedy, Pay- master Says, Quartermaster Biggins, 1,831 non-cemmie- sioned officers said privates. The Australasian hss also taeifesafor men of the ArmyHospitalITrain, two horsai, six Armstronig Subscribers-only content

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    7'. Le flocteur Barth, Midecin. do liHotel Diou, 7 bisi, Rue des Sainti Pcirea. Coysiec. MyrtiecAl A r&in-i. 'Le Doeterer Biggins, Chevalier do la Legion d'aonneur, Rue do Rivoli, 212. Le Doctetir Leclere, Pilo Joubert. 35. Re Docteuror Pnrftix, Mlaucia Subscribers-only content

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    7. Le Docteur Barth, Mbdecn& de rHotel Dieu, 7 big, Rue des Saint P~rse. CONSEIL MEDICAL A PARIS. Le Doeteur Biggins, Chevalier de la Legion dEonneur, Rue de RivoUl, 212. Le Doeteur Leolere, Roe Joubert, 35. LefDcteur Portafaix Mitdecin en Subscribers-only content

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    Mocteur Barth, Medecin. de I'Hotel Dien, 7 Wis, Hue des Saint Pcrec. WI ' CoNsEIL. MscDrcLr. A PARSS. Le Doeteur Biggins, Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur, Rue de Bivoli, 212. Le Docteur Leelere, Rue Joubert, 35. ..Le Dooteur Portefsilx,,Mfdeoin en Subscribers-only content

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    urins to spare, as wilt be seensfrom the following scoroe-iisro snin7 Sitrr : Fulton, 31-20; Adie, 4--9; Court, 3- 6; Biggins, 2-0; Edwards, 13-7 ; Staples, .2-6;- Tipper, I-si; Foster, 0-1 ; Moahin. 4-6 ; Hislacoti, 0-0 (nt Out) ; Subscribers-only content

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    would be a bother about it, w The amount £5. 17s. was not put into his head by Mr. al Biggins, it Mr. Griffin, the late Clerk to the Guardians, was next ti called in. Mr. Doyle : Have you Subscribers-only content

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    be able to read and write.- JUApPb at37, NvwSgtrree. 04of W ANTED a reepectabl Errand L!&D. about 14. -Whlttemns and Biggins, Drapery Warehoue. Hligh Street, Derttnad. cti62 'I1 ANTEf), in a Merbhant's Warehouse. an Errand Biy.-AnDly. W 11. Barnea and Subscribers-only content

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    the trusomitee hanband flromb the bankrut Hisr Hoor gafte reviewving tile evidenjce, decided in favoar of the righlt Of MBessrs. Biggins to prove against the estate for the full ansountclaimed, and gave judgment accordingly. DREADFUL GALES IN TaE NORrr OF Subscribers-only content

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    rcenly anpnointe taokte them of oalnieotoer The miht puanth, who sd for saled at that he tll upn thm hadbeenpaidby Biggins, hin- tended the marketfor seven yarsstantgave him 4d. tHe afilwadsoffredtoretrn hemonvbat complaimnat ofshnlybe boughstwon pigsfin the mar of demand Subscribers-only content

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    Liverpool; Nathanlie Buckley Hag. TiLP 4 William Fenton, Keg., Btanker, Roebdale'; John Hoeughi. FaS! tRogh Balfour, and Coznpaey) - James Biggins Hag. ( iiam igginS and Sons), Saifor; Alird sermonur, tsg., a% :il Edward William Watlsin lJltaisenan of the Bouth-astern Subscribers-only content

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    measures were decided upon to improve this state of things. CRUELTY TO A HORSE.-At the Borough Police Court, yestesday, Joseph Biggins, son of the well-known "sknacker," was charged with cruelly Hi-using a horse. Superintendent Alexander said the defendant was work. Subscribers-only content

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    15.; from A. B.. flamD 29.i6t A5rmciMrnSuXOrIL-A determined attempt at suicide w"a made yestcrday datmoon, by a woman, named Uary Biggins (26), CharleaHeavy Street. Whil at her plao of em l~maWG(M Griffitwh and Browe, drd re se W" eboerred by Subscribers-only content

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