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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Brundrit's Bedworth agsE Mr. Gladstone's Green Silk Mr. Lister's Little Black agst Mr. Gladstone's Green Fly Sir T. Brocklebank's Bilby agst Mr. Bibby's Branhilda Mr. Binney's Bonnie Scotiand ncst Mr. Anderton's Asteriod Mr. Crosse's Calderon agst Mr. Horaby's Eoya Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VOW SMs. DUDLEY. EXTENSIVE EMBEZZLEMENT BY A C01MMERCIAL TRAVFLLEW, -About nine months ago James Barney, a cemmeeclal traveller, in the employ of Mr. G. J. England, brewer, of Hall Strest, ab- sconded with about P,260. of the latter's money. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nSt i s tting f.,: .... . I J ut the lder, E d inirelSbt,~er'lm aerS~ itep>. 12. G. 2!. Bilby. Bfrmmnighut, belt furer, aMdM s .... I. ji. Pritchard, 8eretord. buoider, adnd. frst efi ttt:i... ..**.-- * 12 . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oldknow D.D., ,1 frenside, Vicar of Whitacre, John Ho0warii, Vicar of Kirk Onchan, Isle of la, .'Bowles, - WVylle, 0. Bilby, - Boyd, - Luwder, - JlodingtOD" , it others presen i the churbcho A "Te DeOW1" commentod th ih,"&r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foxhall, 20, beatSwaun, 144, by a yard; IV. Dodd, 10., T. Jack- son, 17, not running-17th heat: T. Cooper, of Bilby, 19, beat Bedwortli, 14 (Nvho was put back a yard), by a yard, J. Allen, 16, who threw his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elizabeth Daley, Floore, Northlmptonshire, late of S. J:. Street, Northampton, widow, trading Ws Daley aoil Co., irone . brassfounders. Johlsn Bilby, late of StiansteAd Abbotts, Hertfordsisre, nsw Sawbridgevsorth, travelling draper. Benjamin Tregillis, Norths Street, Gosport, Alverstki, lilas. . shire, bakler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Astost. God c4053 Edghseton Registry, 31, Perebhore Roead, c3544 NURSEl(experieossd) Wanted, itonilediatelyCOlspetent 10 takce N ' stire Charge uf a Bilby (firstl frose tho maniti;a t itetirough Cools £25. ali found; sesveral goodl Plain Cooke. Hdjsesesalds, Nurses, and Goeisral. Servantts.-Appiy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iwitht dieseosrin by asecetioess of thle ceniaslltes, cvolic, aretsour inl gettintg a reqts isitiun ealgued its favouri of time lists, Bilby Lmvfswieu DEAR V'ANITY,-1 sll libegin my letter ti-is week by ,itiluig tsit jttastS oh -L tuselichIscuui- ,iiith hutS ibs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TNEW PUBLICATIONS. H~E LIFE OF CHINESE GORDON, fl.E., OXB. j T. flY OIIAS. H. ALLIN, F.R.GS. 8 32 Xctw, %with P1roratra Writo THOUSA1ND. rI'MlU ONE 1'INNY. Loodon: Abraham lKi plou endI Co., 52, Mloorthldlto and at Book. 5eIjtrq ~ln,1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SESSseoNs.-Samneha Bilby (17), Fleet Street, And ThomasAVincent (16), no fixed address, were coummitted to the Sessions on a charge of steahoug a coat from the shop door of Henoy Weston, clothier, Great Hanipton Street. Thme prosecutor captured Bilby onl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his property.-The accused pleaded guilty. and was sentenced to three months' im- prisonment, withl hard labour. GROSS 1IUFFrANISM. - Georgo Bilby (19), Timothy Saunders (18), Henry Allen (19), George Barker (19), all living in courts in Flect Street, ivere charged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    roof of one of thle kluper'e houses, lie was tltiSdOLed from his place - of refuge, and aWent eway by Bilby, the hounds eveotually rolling hin over after a good run. A alarining file took place yestorday morning at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Is. Iand costs, and they were each ordered to pay 3s. each, the amount of the damage committed by them.-Georgo Bilby (181, living in Fleet Street, was fined 5s. and costs, and ordered to joay 2s. 6d. damage, for breaking Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    name i Bamnforde an inhabitant of Nittirghan, when his companio bis retreatod ; and, a neighbour of the piame of Bilby, eomia out t,f tins house. at the moment, received ;. lesl in his side, which instantly deprived htim of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Workoalp, Masetore, 0sberbon, Itnyton, Scofton nesoe of Chapeol, Harthy, Ordeall, West IRetford,]hablworllc,Gatefurd, Tever- bill Batllh, Derneill, Cearltome Kilton, North Ceerlton Bilby, Baanby, Baruby pro ~dMoor, Pleecelleorp, Standley Sutton rum Lound, Torworl Gren, ro dMantles Byh eray Srby Bishope Field, linnokill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Goatlisrd. Sca-by, Brosptoss, trtid Snailiton, Pickerinag, and the Manor or l'ieterisig inin Buarley Goo., Cliltord, by Rdd ad, s o Bilby. the5 Clharuprsey Thomas, lialsahm, by Sir C. Coirstable, for the tuses M~anor of Valsisou in t Claytoni John, Tlsurnscoo, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clock imyorters s, L. Perrin and J. WV. Chapman, Abbey anud Langford Miils, *e Kingswood, manufacturers of woolle cloth. fW. Bilby and R. Last, 61elton, builders. eIE. V. Wart, sen., E1. V. Wrirt, jun., J. N. Hopkins, and W. V. Subscribers-only content

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    refssers. Oil. Knwes ed ne, Endold, Lancashire, tailors. Oat- PtnBlt& Latch Compansy cud E. Greenway & Co., Birmingham. doe] it, Bilby and Meoss, Melton. Suffolk, builders. Oat lij Iti"eiugc'D~arkharm, East D~erham, Norfolk, grocers. ches in "It.si.r and Addy. Leeds, stonemosons. Subscribers-only content

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    redners. 'h Knowles and lnoe. Enieldi, Lancashire, tailors. 1hi Partent Bdt & Latch iosapany and E. Greenway& Co., Birmingham. ted Bilby and i1-es, 1lolton. Suffolk, builders. trie i arlRBarkham, East iDeThnan. Norfol1, grocers. aeHartshiocn and Andy. Leeds, atonemasons. ;un. E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sale, ai large psortion osf this psoroluse-ionoey may rc- uliaii oh liisgse Toveetnprert y, -application may lie maule -to Mre Bilby, onl tle premi.3es; and lfor further pmstictilara. apply at )the olliceso if Mesore. 3choledecld aed Oldroyd, fsolisitors, Deswsbury. a Subscribers-only content

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