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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is left in the professorate which will not easily be filled. At the time of his death he held the perpetual euracy of Binsey, Oxon, to which he was appointed by the Dean and Cbapter of Christ Church in 1846. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1r. Oave, 2) v, of Riekmauswevrth, w Jith a lot grovn . fromn Carters 4i up, seed.' Mr. Keiwood, of Binsey 'likewise ;.ates Dessrs. -B r. Webh'g cupwithWebb'sseed, the kind beiag the mm-. T s, peria Swede,"andMessrs. Sutton's cup gos. Subscribers-only content

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    ESTABILISKED THIRTY YEARS AT THE SADME ADDRESS ARTIFICIAL TEETH. , ESSRS. ESKELL & CHITTEY ,Lt SURGEON DENTISTS. 39, BENNERTS HILL. BrRMRINOHA l, cONTINUB TO SUPPLY TPEMa PATENTED ARTIFICIA L TEETH, Including aU charges, from 5s. per Tooth; Sets from Subscribers-only content

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    WffARtE (grey), by Knapp, rising i, 15.2; broken to saddle and 01N harness: wvith or w ithout Tan and liarness-Johoa Binsey, Hol wod armrg, or 2i, Vahto Sreet So , Birmnxigham. cedi 1f ARE (Cal, 1G6 hands: iet an d Subscribers-only content

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    "WANTED" CLASS of ADYZBT1SKMEHT& For smseetsee insertions of the classes of email Advertisements particularised below the following are the preprid charges, whici must be paid in postal notes. It ail oses the Address is counted as extra:- 26 Words, Subscribers-only content

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    BUSIESS PREMISES TO LET (ccrltd.) TACTl3RY~ (small thbree-storey), Trinity Street, near !Gordesley F1Station. Rent E25-Apply, John Alarstin, 24, 13radford. C~lIICEOS. rovsio Dealers.-Shop to tet, Hith Streect. Won- ceser;doblefrotconvenient premises. Steward. Chemist, ~9~OOER ad Genral ealecs Shp, in country Village, Subscribers-only content

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    \alker. I J1 |l he ia efiid dir iiEekl, Nit . *V. ;eeau lI . V.i ..il . Mr. W. Binsey. I r Rltili . r. W/. liecg:iey.b shr:iloliel( S~r. W. Shaw., il{lir>elbors ' ........... ,, W hV. D lW. Subscribers-only content

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    it. T. Jones, Oxtord Jonathan Fishe, E'q. Oxford C. Vincent, Rsq. Oxford. M~r. John Birt, Oxftord Mr. C. Lipqcorab, farmer, Binsey, Beriss Mr. John Fraitdiit, farojer, Cuumer, Berels James Wickenis, Esq Oxford Johii Brightman. ERq. Regeicy-square, Brigiston, Cllairrrmen of 1 Subscribers-only content

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    AT SYDONEY.-Amongst ten the events of the week [ending 24th April last] is the arrival a5e of the Rev. Thomas Binsey. This gentleman is well known as a preacher and author, and especially as the minister of hthe Weigh-house chapel, Subscribers-only content

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    minimum dividend of 7 per oesnt. per annum, payable ln siher. Prov~iaon is made for payment by the contractr (Mr. Binsey) i intereat at 6 per cent. poer annum during construction. leleoeit £1 on applie~tion, andl £2 on allotment; a Subscribers-only content

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    v rfE s-aiilad of r ANThTONY WtLDUIAN are ;tcsido ATTFNII : Ii hcNl-UIa na.ttaftii- %YLBLK MI[HA;hi- 1IYsUf UTI{-LE2 CU7RE JJ I bass-ic 'Thiua>, at, Elight ns'cliw'b by thy3 It's' U i10. E.,; IWIo Y, on Psi.qni-sisisnthn -t, I'i'r'si- A Subscribers-only content

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    WARD. -Mr. John VOusxe, Grsaetreet, leathesr merehant; Ms. Wi. Child, Portland HoUse, fsrgoon denOLst. N0 onur-WSRT WAnD. Mr. 1*, IIS, Binsey, Beadlunsy, gentlein&i NonrT WARD. ,Mr. Thoe. Cosill, George-atzeet. lltened victulle.r NORTE.EIAST WARD. *Mr. Theh. ThuceCornmok, St, PWulsstreet. teozle inerohant. Subscribers-only content

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    T LOCAL AND GENERAL. LEEDS, NOVEMBER 16, 1871. M R. W .M L. L~iMAN.-A friend of ours, and no relation of this young gentleman (whose appearance before the magistrates at West Bromwich on 89aturday was reported in our impression Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. T~n P.RiNC OF WALEs.-The Visit of His Royal thei Highness flee Price of Wales to lis Higbienss the thai ltiaberajah Dhnleep Siogh, at jvedjon Hell1, Thetiord, the icill be maide, eccordiceg to present arraxegelflents, O Monday. Thse ]Prince Subscribers-only content

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    It Was intended after the sermon to have had a second tervice, with the administration of the Lord's Supper. Dr. Binsey suddenly turned round to the Rev. Mr. Braden, the minister, who was seated at one side of the pulpit; Subscribers-only content

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    the route through M ealegate takes us up 16 a rising road, disolosinglrine- views of Skiddaw. the Cald. 16 heckFells Binsey, and- other eminences, and over the sRe hesd -of the pastoral vale of the -Ellen,. past . Boltonn - Subscribers-only content

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    DOSCOE-PLACE WESLEYAN CHAPEL, LEEDS. _tk The FOUND)ATION-STOINE of the NEW SUNDAY SIUCHOL and Addit ionial Peminees for Society purposes Will he laid TO-DAY IMONDAY). JULY I TTh. at 3.15 in.m,, by JOHN BARRAN, Est M. The PRESIDENT of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Honour Judge Ellison, Mr, Thomas Ellis, jun., cn. tractor, Balby, near Doncaster, came u0 for uublic c. amination. Mr. J. Binsey appeared for the del)to-: a-c sr. Burdekin, jun. (of the firm of Bard-lrin end Co.', represented aoreditor.-The Official Receiver Subscribers-only content

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    prospects are pro. nounced excellent. CtnsBEBrAenD. From reports received from the keepers it appears that grouse on the Skiddaw, Wythop, Binsey, and other moors in the hIeby district are likely to afford good sport, but it is not probable that Subscribers-only content

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    the eastern slopes of C~ross, Fell anid Itareside the condition of grouse seer-ss to oe satisfactory, anid the moors at Binsey and toI the north of Sikiddaw are, wedl stocked& So far little or noti~ng hr- beeni buerd o', disease Subscribers-only content

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