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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ies'ereld 2eth Aogust, lIla" and may he obtained at any at lthc prinopal Hosiers atid Drapers ii London and the Centry. NOTHER ALMOST MIRACULOUS CURE A of AST'il-ltA, at the AGE of SIXTY-SEVEN, by Dl LOCIOR'S PULMIONIC WAFERjS. Entractof a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    History of England is the Eighteenth Centry. By William Edward Hartpole Lecky. Vols. I. and II. London: Long- mans. 1878. The steady increase of interest in the eighteenth century which has been going on for the last few years in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO LET-INN~S, PUBLIO-IIOUSES, &o, rf0 Ltwihmedaepossesslon, n good free Ole-lIicauglia T Tj Ilonee;;t.vb1. -the :Beieuialke~rs' Aries, Woodoidc. Dudley, adoning H ettnoeerai ad ric wrk. roo o tad given.-For -arI, -_~ j~71ES, piro, ad Ber (ff icoueal first-olans bosinees room Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'C. Sae, ee'tt-tt ton'. tI'ltut by celly ,MUSIOAL INSTRUMNTS ~FOR SALE (coiud) A ERCA2, Organ. 8 guises laanhl.Widei, 00 .5 Centry Rtoad,.i 1)X-tO (7-otv want C rte). panel frn;abargain. Oely .16. Igiueas.-Wl~iitoi~d, 3&% Covent4Try Ilod, )LNO 7.ctaneW'lsinr Cottage), cbeekaction, byMlbson; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a GH S T A J T. Opposite the Stanue. BIG E/rS, E. KEARIN wishes most respectfully tlto inform the Centry of Birontgham and the urrounding hlother, end thannks oll that ~fatvaoulrned her withthrehei ° tr patronesean that she vill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Queen Madaon?, NEW STREET (CORNBR OF CANNON STRBEE. BIRMINIGHAMI. lier to monte~e his meat grntefal acknowlesasnants to the Nobilitye, rey, Centry. and Inhabitants of Birmingham and its negiiiboarhood generally, for the liberal patronage and sup- pert he has experienced duI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about 20, with seine experlectao.-Addsress, M.. L. E., Daily Port. 03621 TIANTED, atetroa General SERVANT, for Public-hoaso. VT Oinefrto the Centry preferred.-Apisly, WelliseasI Tavern, Franchise Street, Birobdeds. gI77l W7AR'ED, iesedalely. a reeprsotable General 8ERVNIa cisrate n ee wloise 'derstanuds Plain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thre fletva o mmp o ;o Le.1G Trialaa'e~~~~i oinmodeBearatnigo Nort Doo to,,V Ma.~4T HrIson's Mont bWaxaonInDe. nl -i fom; DoR Centry .1 BPW ozX TO TriU DAR K 01EIT DO1D3! F WR/i 2fE: DYINVrs MDAIYA JIZQUAR iROMV a Sigoo.hrmr da~m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ter" M . 44. "i ANTXD. a good General SERVANT' Plain 0k; tfoad of Viehldren. burse kept-Apply, W. Oree lnee, Centry S17 TING and BERD 1o0M. on unoe FPoor. na St . Lauke'. Charon GOA ri=No wdreuo.-188. Brst Siret ant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    xprin edNURS~E-Apply, Fackington House, VT Trinity Road, Birebfields.c2I -rITANTED a espctble ~GIRL as Name, for a Family in the TV Centry. ust b a goo Needcwoatu--Aply, by letter, Mrs.Obateck.Waren Huse, noa Kins Heth.316- A NUSE GRL ANTE, abut 5 or16 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a 1",anatlyof to; waeadn with her gr-ce!id slyle of s7oalling. t.P.-T'hi.a, Lady has 1enpyooonined~by r.ll the Meyor', Nobility. Clergy, red Centry in .verec tome w whi rlch 41he MiL 'iei.tt~awie A-nclocomrwa500ce .t#Us Zxtravrdi~arY ",eat on N, edueoday, April Ill, IiRX3, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lSl j~oRBSES CARRIAGKES, &o. FOR SI- ~~ IIA1~ ~~~ito le- Disposed Of, very ehcap; unfarly Cor, 1t.r'dorstrStrect.__ l ) lt id,rosj~jler. A greatbargainl. Firot . 'II ~o.O '1111 tllicei,, 13., Worce-iter Street. * *,.-s ~,.~s~cet doloode.O'ct for vair ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ]eT]die'; soafn A--c. ieiric twoei 'jaitle Micnt ~ crni, rtiilr ucer!Kielc avilCa ttaay itetititeitot.1 it( Ctatlreq-ee rrf tire Aurtetianer, 4l, (Centry SiWt .3 7.VauethuAl -1isl.-aw- irerroee.' Siair of ('entart oI lta-fual. 130005- 3Y aT. j. H U IO ,oti 5\i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wanled.-Niblctl Registry, Cannon Street. .31435 SERVANTIS Wanted, he every capacity, at Mrs. Ol~f's, 24, BC Ientce~s 11ll, e-1472 rV~fI'Y and Centry supplied with ldrotrelass Servants, Bistlerm, N OFo~ote, Cooks, &c.-iihroposhire Registry, Villa Cross, Hands- w'Orth. eld148 TADIESsuited wvith Sersonir, Servants Subscribers-only content

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    SAbES BY AUJOTION THIS DAY DAYTHURSDAY), TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), AND ON SATURDAY NEXT. JN LIQuIDATION. W. T. WATTS, Trading as " B. H. HARRIS & COMPANY.' HIGHLY IMPIORITANT CLEAR-OUT SALTI OF ,VALUABLE MACHINERY, TOOLS, SPOON DIES, I.NCOIs, TONS OF SCRAP Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Old-lleenoJd. Leaso f0 setteeo. Exoceltlnt oppor- _ t.uuity fr Inishnses sIart trith £50J-H1. Nivton. 3¢, cantion St. r M IORTANi Centry lloadotdeOltl-tlcetsed. delightnlily oilttott : L o1 'ood road, stneLr ralnt 1,ayst-atlou: trtsductivoemiaden, large oCichari,3 Scres err latI nr talcling, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a oodt liotoos. Nfo plant or Lirga slock reoquireol. PC oF Y61,inoo0laro, ojoply to SMr. Drury, Accountant-, 30, Odertforal Street, Centry. M_____ _____ 7 ~ ',A~t~lf~lElld.-Qoaot)V rofgoolTrtfor Sooledo.-Appoly to 1l1Cr. ¶Jloockooday, aBuilder, Nortlofield.____________ clbU- i' S-00,E.ta at; seislesieol moiteoaAdlr s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    price, C. 7, Daily Pose. 08 37 - TEANI.WORtK,-WVnnted, to Contrac for, in cosneetion wIth Ti~ Ironrworks or othonrwise. Biack Centry proferred,-Adslresu, C, 2, Daily Post, __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HALL, 1Bh1RMINGOJI AMf WILL OPEN ON MONDAY NEXT, Ic1EIR1JARY 28, 1881. Mr. J. N'E\VisoMI hlies ciccemcu ieii croecrgt i Nobility, Centry. Cltrgy, cud iciccl1e5c irscgca 0ta e lesse u,:jed arratccgerneccts is (ipec it( lhii'acve Establishocent fur a aort 4soccooci, ctedt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r t N's Wife Iol lak to Take a little G7irl to B~oard geen ihher children about nioe yearn clii; dail ~ lrge itrieir;very lhcaltiiy country.-Addross, 14,l, a Soh~olilant r licec a liltuatlon ats Govrna 1) o oan cildei.Adress. Subscribers-only content

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