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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Company, on March 8. 1854, to be Direc- tors, under the new act:-C. Mills, Esq.; R. Ellice, Esq.; W. B. Byley, BEs. ; J, Shepherd, Esq.; M. T. Smith, Esq., M.P.; Sir H. Willoclc, K.L.S.; Sir J. W. Hogg, Bart., Subscribers-only content

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    6 7 Macheath Ge 48 9 Modedrad... , 4 67 7 Eleovir............ 4B 8 Springok 467 Desp air. 8 7 Byley.. 4 6 7 Keir. .............484 mond .. 3 64 Energy... 4...7.Alam4d12 Tibllen.......... .. 6 n Elauterr ,,. , 4 Subscribers-only content

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    in thborough working Cataltogues; may he h~ad ten days befers the s~ale. from the Offices of Messrs. Unett, Mloors t3 Byley, and Greatrex. Solicitors. 17, Temrple Row; M~essrs Wignatt, Abbott, and Lancaster, Chartered Aecoustont, 27, Colmors Row; or of the. Subscribers-only content

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    9 to 4 ageS Hmsv Fa ..... .. -w.-. Weasel.*--------.. 6 to 4 agst Rv-s-ru P-m ... .... .... - Byley . .... . Evens. BETTING ON TEE COUiM Tan Crrr AND SUBURASN. 100 to 15 agst Wise Man-taken and Subscribers-only content

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    and on the 0th of glay, be. haved in ths moat indecent and disgusting manner towards Mrs. Mary Ann Carter Byley, a person of highly respectable position. Air. Sister prosecuted, and Mr. Sheldon defended. An applica- tion that tise cae Subscribers-only content

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    while on the execution of their deny ad it was regarded ts one of a serious and important character Jre Byley prosecuted, and Manr Mbernogft Deputy Chief Con table, attended to watch the ase on behalf of the police, Colfeu Subscribers-only content

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    be aent ,to a 1;eformatory School for five yeari, if one can be found. FlOBBINGO A MAsTEaR-Three Irishwsmen, named Juilft Byley, Caftlewtwe Carl, and Mary Savage, all residing in Edgbiaston Street, were charged with stealing a quantity of cut cloth, Subscribers-only content

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    A STON hALL EXHIBITION. A O PEBN D A I L1 TkIteta Sold from Ten am. to Eight p.m. Shateboldels'. 3d. Public., M. Schoola-Teahers. 4cL; cBholars, ud wehuni and large Parties liberally treated with. Dy order. D. J. ONEIL4, Subscribers-only content

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    . Birminghasn, licensed lctusaller, firit dlvi- dend ft'lid., any'Thuraday . after' Oetober 9,' at Hlo!sar 9;'Bk- PAlNRMps DISSO.LVEl~ W. H. Byley and T. Ball, Coventry. COAL merchants-4. Breen- cet and W. ID Mason, Philpot LAne. 'City provision marchants- F, J. Subscribers-only content

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    Seanl er Bromwich Watson, 0.8,., West Bromwrich Rubery, Samul. Denlasonr Wootton, Char,, 'i'htldromwirch otbirreon, Irarilci, Darlanton 'Wright, Atntur, Wrait Blromwiblh Byley, ,Jrrepbi, Darlurton lyianwormoe, J. is., jun., Wear ", erl~amiu, Ep., Darhit 331oniwich y, W~jdiinJoel; MTUM Waite..Thomvs, WeallBromwleh, -. R Subscribers-only content

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    andMr.Finhymanager of the Shrews- ~nry nd Hrefor, wee inthe tAmn an did not escap withut asevere shock. Mr. WlimHar- ley Byley baniterand one6 of the directors of the Sbrewsbury and Hereford, returned to Shrewsbary yesterday (Tuesday) with a bruised and Subscribers-only content

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    'Public Amagmatsl. qruEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. EliS EYENING (Wednesday) will be presented A TALE OF TWO CITI E. T]`sEETNiE LOAN OF A LOVE. Bose? Is.; Upper Boxes, 2s.; Pik Is.; Gallery, 6d, Smal 'i;, at Nine o'clock to BOX8 only. Subscribers-only content

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    pJnblic (,mu%tenlefi%. JIETAI'IlE ROYAL, BIRMIINGHAM -TRIS ijl FSIN(: IWedlnelday) will be'rrceponted IlHUSl MONEY,' evd SihltEIA,` in bott' of which Mr. F. llBiON Will .pnear. 'To t,olelcib, with KATiJERIINF: AND PETRtElJtiO )" Lower r4 !, 3 Upper Boxese 2s.; Pit Subscribers-only content

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    THE BIRMINGHAM MOURNING AND FURTERAL WAREHOUSE, 42, NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM, BACH and' BARKER respectfully invite public attention to their exteasive Stock of BLACK DBESS SILKS, CRAPES, pAR&AITTAS, HENRIETTA, PRINCETTA, AND COBURG CLOTHS, PRINTS, GINGHAMS, AND EVERY ARTIOLBI0 NECESSARY FOR Subscribers-only content

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    I JLEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM,-TaIS VS 5eid~eedayl will boo presented, with all the original Jrl~lecs thfetb beautiful jjrane^ of "FAUST AND MAlt- To cscld~ ith ST.MAR'S VR." Lower Upe r CBoO~es,28.PIt.; 18.;T GallerY,6. second Price lC'} 1 ~ jw~.e Cs' Subscribers-only content

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    gr~aCIemen'0i >rebbseS,,~ THE BIRMINGHAM MOURNING AND FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 42, NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM. TnACI and BARKER respectfully J13 hEvite public attention to their extesiaive Stock of BLACK DRESS SILKS, CRAPES, PARAMATTAS, HENRIETTA, PRINCETTA, AND COBURG CLOTHS, PjNTBS, GNGHum, AMD EVRY Subscribers-only content

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    THE BIRMINGHAM MOURNING - A" FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 42, NEW STRRBE, BZRMI'G9HA4 IDACH and BARKER respectfully P .invito publio attention to their exteusive Stook of BLACK DRESS SILKSi CRAPES, PAZAIATJAS, HENRIETTA, PBINCMAh AND COBURG CLOTHS, PBINTS, GINGUAIS, ANiD yVEIW iAlTLljq Subscribers-only content

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    IBAT.E ROYAL, BIRMINGTIAM.-THI r} . llY(6 iW cal~oesay) will be erorevntiel " ROR' O'MO'i |l rNI,, (IF ERIN ," aiter wbioh IRISHt SYMPATUY.' : \Tgtl~js F.Xt ,8oYNp: apprare in bot~h Pnce7 Ta conclude L N~ll~ifrl:li.:L's LOil; or. MAT 01? Subscribers-only content

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    TlUblit A~intrstmetoit. T HEA TRE ROYA L, BlRM IN G11AM.-THIS E X:V2N(IN (Wedneadayl wrill be preeentel the Proven of " BT. MARY'S RVI!.' To eoneiude with the PANTOMIMt-Lower B~oxe9. Is. Upper Bexcs, 2g. * Pit, ls., Gallery. 5L. HsAlttprice3 Subscribers-only content

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    THY, BIRMINGHAM MOURNING' AND TFUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 42, NEW STRENTr BDl .INOHAM. B ACH and BARKER respectfully invite pnblieattention totheir extensiv Stck of BLACK DRESS SILKS, CltAPES, PARAMATTAS, HENRIETTA, PRINCETTA, AND COBU13G CLOThES, PRINTS, GINGHAMS, AND EVERY ARTICLE NECESSARY FOR Subscribers-only content

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