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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r wan alud wbioh is not so wrappedr on Th}i~t.OXY ACCOMMODATION-Pernns IIR o any trade orpreadon(6tteorebnliae residenti n london or Centry an obtin pivat1ey (without the usual Lean ef 19 o~dS X~,lwas0 de ce) from 110 160oQ ain at 5'pr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9 to mto uos tie Cgramerce of his' subjects, and upon their lintercourse is it, sother 'uatios, the Re- soureo^idass Centry ha've contmsiued Din the last'vear to tbeso f, as ' to bv.proced; l4th from ibte per- snaneut anid .tenm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    introduce into the New Series of his liocellany, are colored Views of the principsl Country Seats of the Nobility anid Centry in every part of the United llingdta, beginning with those of his Majesty and his illustrious family: theyvwill furnish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be co eri,6ed !in6 numebcs, and ills..Vt~t0. avitl 53 plat.n; ; being Views of the Seats atf the Nohilitv and Centry, the ttri.oi.nal so ans, and the u)nit intueriati rg Objec's ofAnthiquity. A me L nas.er cey of this avsaw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bridgnorth, Stropshire., EgXTR.ACT from, and BALSAM of, ROSES.-These esterned knd clegant .Articles are most respectfully effeaed to the Nobility and Centry by llIGGE, BROCKHANK, and RlGGEofNo 35 New Bndostrect, a3 lhe otot di-3cte and etfertua'l pretervatives ot the Hair, and Subscribers-only content

    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

    Birmingham, oi SaturdayrcvI (s jng, travelling in a compartment with Mr. .Ninn D er Berkswell, anvi Mr. W. Streetly, of Centry and e;iL do gentlemen and a lady. Mr. Kang said the deceaseel io Lie part in the conversation which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P52,-Ldoooran Weller. UJYAGLEV Road.-Two racoptmin, Bin bed rooms, bqth; green- _m~houne. garden. -Rsnt 65--Lusdlaw, Roberto, and Weller, H ANSWO~THIs~ot esbstpilc Centry Residence, willi 14NeMY-sIfNigrounds a pnd log corae. nhe taieneng dstining, fou drawpiang roatd billardas romsi, exellesit kigtcbedi teoss e Subscribers-only content

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    '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

    entitled LOVE'S LABOUIJS LOST! Poors open at half-pastScven begin at Eight; concludo noon after Ten oclock. A lroivaiou-ReieCited Seats, 2so.; Centry', 18.; Gallery. . Childien Ind tchhovIB flail-] -rice to the Iteourved and Centre Seats. 171 ftOYAL ALHAMBRA PALACE CIRCUS, Subscribers-only content

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    Lndo. t 2128 C ANARIES, CAN A RIES. -EREDERIClK COLBERG (from Berlin) hi B the honoulr to announce to the Centry and Public his arriv from Gesmiiisy with a sceab cohsetien of GERIMAN CANARIE pYE end BUJLL PINCHES., These mualeal 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

    Londroni. NEW STREIET, Corner of Cannon Snrcef,.'Enl HAAI. BEGS to present his most grateful aoknoowedg. ! rente tothe Nubility, Clergy, Centry, and Inhabitants ot Bir- roteghorn and ite nelabbhourhoo i generally. for the literal patronage iand oupport he hae experienced Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the useof her Majesty. the Prine Corsort. the flukeoof Cabeldee and other members of ehe itoyal Femily, the Noblity and Centry of the aurroundng districts leod with bandanna Drapery, Boarded Eloora.and DiaeonHie wieh attendonce end coneannea to all parts of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blrmlngh ne th CIouiort ehael 'aeneine mooti o .nvenlert.' -A , RUPXY ,dp {Iguoc)lZea3Bn - TftURtDAt, Novirnci. 10 3. Cltbark Centry ~ewvnbvoksr. flrst meeting.Itr,..,.; .1 'J Mlrvean, BlimiagbarO,'dyer, dirtaet~a msio,..,...,, , i 1 .. RIAY, NQvzocEfDl 29. W., Wadker. Haudro4ocrtb Subscribers-only content

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    on by him at A. 3, Nrw S-TREET, bogs most resIuMtfsilly to tender his heartfelt tl:-ssks to the Ntobility sId Centry of Birtiinglsan ansd sorroindting diltrict for the vory liberal patronage he has been favoured with dlurhtg tie lost tbirty-fivo 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

    pew don .... .... Od. le Os l'onteidgoepeepsC..0Cd.-- Cgs, 14 to 1 .....is. la, During the parst quarter of ao Centry, Hopsmcsoa's To hoiwo had an Immenso tale, snd aM they are now CW. yv ponrod Cheaoer. tn consequenee of Subscribers-only content

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