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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    miots-Zuccani and Foletti, Skinner street, Bisbopsgate street, looking glass manufacturers-S. and W. A. Long, and S. Long and J. Grillths, Charfield Mills, Glouceatersttre, clothiers; as far as regards S., W. A., and W. Long,jun. INSOLVENTS. I. Shaw, Carlisle street Lombseth, Subscribers-only content

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    pany the police, which he quietly did, without chewing the least resistance, and the constable having taken him to the Charfield station, proceeded with him by express train to London, and reached Bromley between 11 and 12 o'clock on Thursday Subscribers-only content

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    Glasgow, ttimfrtes, Klm.harnocli, Le.,6 so Pour or Eight Days. EXCURSIONS INTO BIR?3IXGH.AM Ota UBPrmOAy x ET.December 26. from Bristol. Bath. Charfield, Strand, ha:; Upton. Tew~kesbstry. Evezbain. Alcnter, Leicester, Sbeihield. ?lottingbam. 80.. Lv. On Tonisnsvo& NEXKT and SATCRDAY, December 26 and Subscribers-only content

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    Glasgow, Dumfries, Silmarnock, &c., for Four or Eight Days FXCURSIONS INTO BIRMINGHAM. On TnvnRsDs.Y nenit, December 26. from Bristol, Bath, Charfield, Stou.d, &: U;pton., Tewkesbury, Evesha. Alceaser, leicester. Shefleld, Nottingham, &A., tc. (in TRUssnDA and SAnsoDAY .NEXT, December16 and 28M Subscribers-only content

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    years et Ladty-day loot, at a croundu Citt of £15.124. [or 13,-MOSELEY.-Tvi o very desirable iltodern RtESIDENCES, Ilownnii an " CHARFIELD " AND "CO[PON,'- lit the Woodstock Road, a very Pleaanot anai healthy Pa-t of Mosenley nioe inn tiene , Subscribers-only content

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    or Place of Trost; ate si3 d.o Ste years' goan referosces. Scuritriy, if required. Nfet rio d f work-Led-sill, Wiocsoar, Charfield, P.S.0., Glooc-Ios'r' h1lTo \TlN'. as Portkr:er generally useful in shop, manufectory. S or warehoisse. Uora to horses. and lowe.-Address, Subscribers-only content

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    he., to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Carliale, &c,, for 8 Dl'se. EXCE.SiONS INTO BIRMINGHAM. On NVhnzs coas, Decemtbec 26. from Brmtol, Bails, Charfield, &-niC.: Upton. Te"l~rsiisry, Esesham, Alrcaster, Leicester, Nest~iegham, ?.'Ialverr. &1c., &c. Iii WDSCZSOAY and TacnlosDAr, December 26 and I?, from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is temporarily blocked between Chamousset and Riguebelle. It is hoped that the traffic will soon be resumed. Thomas Gaz7ard, of Charfield. was on Saturday work- ing at the Midland Railway Yard, Derby, when he fell from a plank on which Subscribers-only content

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    Pair of Sound LEASEHOLD VILLAS; containing five Bed Chambers, Dressing Room and Reception Room; good Gardens Cofton let at £30.; Charfield vacant. Lease eighty dve years. IEDGBASTONf.--CARLYLE ROAD, HAGLEY ROAD.-A Valn. able Plot of PRFEROLD BULDING LAND, about SW sqisac Subscribers-only content

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    value 050. Lori ---PROPERTY, Clover's Read. Withdrawn from Sale. Lor -17-i STAFFORD STREET. Freehold. Let at M13. LoT4x-" C0TON' end CHARFIELD," Woodstock Road, Moseley. Lor o.-FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, Carlyle Road, Edg- haston. LOT 6,-FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, Fulham Rd., SparkhDIl. L-OT Subscribers-only content

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    and house property has bedn 'greatl dam'aged' ' The Severn is rising rapidly, and' appearis tlient chopy'sea.'- ' - A Charfield. Gloucester, on Tuesday."'afallingte killed4a childz ?ame Talor A t~rriflc gale was experienced at Tewkssbnry early yesterdiy "iny'rinig. " Trees' Subscribers-only content

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    YARMOUTH, SlALVERN, &c.. Every S"ATtDAY, for4 Days (not Fridays). EXCURSIONS INTO BfIRMSGI:IANL On SATUR.DAy ICEN December 26, from BRISTOL, BALTH, CHARFIELD, STRObD, -c.: UPTON, TEWKE;SBU1 Y, EVESHAI, ALCESTER LEICESTEE, SHEFFIELD, NOT'- TINGRAM, As. On SATURDAY and MONrDAY 'eT, -December 26 Subscribers-only content

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    ELM TREEmS, 5 WAiLNUT TREES. 1 BEECH TREE, standing en lands belonging to Alber' Browaing, Esq., at the Homestead, stear Charfield Mills. ME SSR.S. ROACH & ADA S are favoured with instructions to Offer foe Sale by Auction on TUESDAY Subscribers-only content

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    OAK TREES, 5 8L WALNUT ,TREES. 1 BEECH TREE, selindeng on Lands belonging to Albert Browning, REsq.. at, theillomest-ead, unar Charfield Mills, MESSES. ROACH & ADAMS aro favoured with IM -instructions to Offer for Sale by Auction on TMEDAY N4 Subscribers-only content

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    Merchants to this Sale, as the 'Timber ii of tlret-olass quality, of good dimensions, and stands within lt mnile of Charfield and Wiekrar Stations on Auctbeiones Offices, Char~eld, ROa. and Wootto-under- Edge. 642 COAL, COKE, ANTHRACITER-LUrgO Buyers are Requested to Subscribers-only content

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    DaLVEL:N-, tc, £-rzr PBLDAy and SA4TIIDAY, for 3 or 4 EXCURSIONiS INTO BIRMINGHA4-M. 3O TESDAY, Decemiber 26, from Bristol. Bath. Charfield. Stroud. e.Uptn, Tewkesbury, Eveaham, Alcenter, Lolioester, SheihelsI. vottinram, Derby, Burton. Tasuvortb. &c 2 3:1 X5A Y and WEDIMSDAY DecOmber Subscribers-only content

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    (at 10.45.-Saturday, February 3, Fl Gossington Brid'a; Moeday b, Eiegtoi Green; Tuesday, 6, }' Framepton Green: Thursday, a, Railway Hotel, Charfield; Setur- Mr day, I10 The Kesnels, Ch Fir-sT .kSD Dze-rirGo (atll).-Saturday, February 3, Trelogan. la LREssroRDstiELE, osNri (at 11).-Saturday, Subscribers-only content

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    Pest. c3992 'l.W0SELEY.-Thornrcuft, Prospect, Roaid: two reception roems, .I a Se [bed roams, bath, lesoory.-A~pply, T homson's. 20. I-ight MLOSELEY Charfield Rd.-Meadowsoide; dining end drawiog roams; six bed rooms, dressing and bath rooms. Sl~eet C~~~~~~~s elI~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~t~. Tf OSRLRV.-76. Trafalgar Rood; Subscribers-only content

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    12.5 P.M. BU;RTON. DIEuIY. and NOTT~INIII IAMI. at 12.20 P.m. EXCURISIoNS INTOIIE NGAM on WcroEnstsAy, De-eotiro 25, front Ninstel, Bath, Charfield, Synomd. &c.: Upcon, Teakealsoy-, Evoebltas, Alcester, 1.eiceater, Shenold. Nottingham, Dcrby, Iltietov. Tsmwesrth. &Rn. On WyDNESO,1AY arid Tuuslr,stisx )enetither 26 Subscribers-only content

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    at 12.5 p~m. BURTON., DEIRBY. and NOTTINGHAM, as 12.30 Pm.M. EXCURSIONS INTO BIRMINGHAM. On WDEnScsAtY, Decentber 26, from Bristol, Bath, Charfield. Srroud. Ac..; Upton, Tewkesbur-, Evesham, Atceaser, Loiceater. i bheffield, Nottjngisem. Derbiy. Burton, Tatniorth. tro On WEDNESDAy and TLrvstsDnY, Deceetber Subscribers-only content

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