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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, B, 01 October 1571-30 June 1574

    poetry of, 374. Biggons , . . ., 488. Billie , Laird of: at the convention, 15th Nov. 1572, 433. Birgham (Birgheame): stress taken of the men of, 296. Bishop , Thomas: messages to and from the Earl of Northumberland Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, April 1753, 01 April 1753-30 April 1753

    said Jacobina Clarke be, and the same are hereby, affirmed, except as to such Part of the Lands of Long Birgham as were allotted and disponed to Alexander Earl of Home , by the Contract and Disposition between the said

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to shake everything in the place. He hooked into the street and garden, bat was unable to discover anyth'ng.- Mr Birgham: How far is the )sose you live in from the spot whese the body was discovered ?-Witness: Only foar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bombay, and be employed upon the staff of the army in that Presidency. At the Marlborough-street office, on Tuesday, Mr Birgham gave judgment in the case of W. St Clair, for writing a letter of a threat- ening nature to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The nice discrimination between blows for insult and blows for injury is somewhat arbitrary, as it seems to us. Mr Birgham should favour the public with an analysis of blows, so that folls, when punched in the face, may under- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    way, and reported at a meeting at wvhich it wa}ssuggested the reporters should withdraw. As long as Birmingham was Birmingham, Birgham woulld never consent tohave those little matteraade the subject of private negotiations. He ageed with Alder- man Cook that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rep st was served. The chairman of the Board (Mr. T. M. Heape) presided.-The architect (Mr. F. W. Evans, of Birgham) gave a description of the btdlding,wghich is in the Gothic style of architecture, and provides accommodation for 300 childen. Subscribers-only content

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