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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARWOLAETII Y CAIFRIDOG GARFIELD. yi SYMUDIAD Y CORFF O LONGBRANCH I t h 'i WASHINGTON. h I c( Y GLADDEDIGAETH YN CLEVELAND. Ic G Symudwyd corff yr Arlywydd Gaifield o Longbramoh to i Waehinotnf, odydd Meorcher diheddaf. Ary cyntaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be hittjed (says Sir Charles) that this is now too late."- On the 28th, a siatip affair toirk pjlace at Clave, hat the enemy -i ,we-re driven hack. Sduie itrght resistanre was msade at Villa- j)lirts, a ressa;flp of .ostililties Subscribers-only content

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    of the magistrates during the whole of Monday. Mr Harvey Price, of Middle row, Holhorn, bookseller ; Air Deer, of Clave miarket, corn dealer; and 11fr John Deer, his brother, were respec- lively charged, by a girl named Mary Rooker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ingeo n Clark, John, Crutrce et Bartety, George, Great Stanoore Clarke, T. T. jon. Ris Ip Barraud, James, Whitenfiei s Clave, T. T. Enham Barron, Charles, Pallmall Clve, a. L. Sousthampton bldgs. Barron, Stephen, Palrimall Clake, thoman, TMttehaln Bartley, Hendy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    %'1.Z'-'VTBiD"AOASS of ADVJ224TLSEMENTS ~eo r ctlpe insertions of the elanese of small Advertisement ( .particuflarised below the followinj ace thre sw~ecages : a' Wordii, Onceo ...,....I 6dt I 7 to 32 Wors, ne. IS. od No Ditto, Threel Insertions.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    185, out of whom seven wero e gible at the prcsent Ig inoinent for sulirraniimmation, but only one wvished to Clave their employ. In tho case of the Dirminglinm police 1s force there -vete b25 officers, and the authorities supple- Subscribers-only content

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    Bankerae SeosetarySolIQito^ti or, Enipeer, also of thuunder. tl mentioned tlankaers :- ? 11 RrsrrcMomAs.-Barmloerhem etitiMidhod Biank. e t -Bnreror,.-Metars. Mlges; Clave, -Baille,ancl- Company, i ig .oo 's4nltuot terehirc:BStltits~g Company. h I Hi-iulmith, -Brother. and Co. bed Lmvestl.oL17Bank bf ltjerzpool. '- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'ro USIET-BMSUS ILL, Nvo flomts. and Cotiob-hcaue. 0,; 112 i"O r' ilpTkiiA Stred. ________ IlrPi pric tot r~~othtrn RHi liiring TGroqn-d I baCr 120. j ii J'ri' ;iqt, near l'lrrlitratiton St ccl [ntl () c tc ,.1 i orlithro Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Il.a--- ~10ifi remis. now e,'%ong erece .-~~g~l. Sho orIOCt ttiile ItLitLYS ttIon. to tJohn Ib ITerIiall;y, or by lelter addressed 1'., 8. Dai it- ~ 11w-769 * . - iarell~w111Glcs ihin sight, of New orby letter addreeoie P1., 8. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &DDRESSSB. WOOL WAKREHOUJSE. SILI{ WAREHO USE. HABERDASHERYt WAREHOUJSE. HOSIERY W1lAREHOUSE. GLOVE WAREHOUSE. UNDERaLOTHING.-PRIVATE SHOW R OOMIS. JEVONS & MELLOR (LA TE - OF WORCTRETE STREE21, CORPORATION STREET AND OLD SIQUAIR 3, NOW THEIR. ONLY ADDRESS, INVITE INSPECTION Or TIEIER Subscribers-only content

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    direction of Mr. S I TioManiicntScenery, representing-The Egyptian ci y~eirtheMaretPlace. in Pekin. the Royal Baths it~ ioi~i.(leExterior of this Magic Clave, the A * 'Ii'MgrCave, at Street in Petkin, the Pl'awce, iChnese Corridor. A. View in Air, Io, l.oeIor, olAladdin's Subscribers-only content

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    fiftacnoether h ouses, Blooms-- k--' tarati ,cc-:rs £M it xtnor-dilary ta.rgal:11, ouick sal-. tP atI ~ c, Ih\ brat tact, Clave to0 Ceventry Road.Itetaa .io icc i1,.175. ;cartd eraer;- rccadIlraa 'tenlantz,- ANT)D Wnin- -l ctsml \llsTtLn~rdnworthor Ecloag- LItc 1Ltkaec5II . Subscribers-only content

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    Alo £ Fifty SPINNERS and Ten DRESSERS, for UNIVERSE WORKS, DAR1i MOU1'tH STREEBT, BIRMINGAAM. Being required ior the I Bect Clave of Work, and conetantemfloyntassured, none beteat- rate eteady Workmen will be euged. . irro TAILORdS-WANdTED. setveral good HANaDS. Taior Subscribers-only content

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    a oeatury, been wel laooseathaSafaeCore forr,: 8 ,complainta. 20.2 40 W OTHERSPOOW ' VICTORIA LOZENGES &n Fellpeissint, Cinnamon, Leson, Beeso,Ginger. Clave, do. are 60r0 lzom colour, and being manufactured by patent Steam, Ma chnry.alwsilgo th Sugar by the ha~za'and vto~ded.a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1)ublic &muntmentt. THEATRE ROYAL, BNRMINGH AM. fUnder the Management of Mr. L . H. Simpson). THi PRESENT EVENING, the ontertainineSts T`1 will comuneo e wilb 31ABY RATTLER; OR, TIHE PROGRE SS OF A SCAMP; Aa whh t hernew Comlo Subscribers-only content

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    Trda nowr prepion is intrlosod with oontidence, to the Pcoain ddsee amof btt nost 5.icst eestor.tives hitpedto London. As au Clave, To82 Otead PStr of the Blood, it na Bnllis Street, LD dor uor BsidPtiit. 2o. SLtr. weak Digedion, laical Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aiti C ..receiredJree fro, atmy statiout. Termis cite half Imeomy tier miacr lier 1"ek.Aplliy, or' aveite, to W. C. 11. Clave, Corn Agent, No. I, Ofiier, tire Eehha rigc e w Neat Sreet, Bil h,0 rtiirirto. 2 45 TAANTE7,. a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harry Baker, H{. H. Lines, Pratt, Leo, Howard Harris, AV. H. Amos, P. M. Feeney, A. B. Carpenter, Banner, T. Worsey, 0. Clave, Bernas- coni, F. C. Watts, J. L. Carpenter, A. Deakin, WV. B-l. Vernoss, and Miss Georgina Steeple. Subscribers-only content

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    otta~e Cabinet, -'-3 Church Rur~oilan. ;fl'...41S,.zE~i4. irrarsted. --Rl~tey's. 2I,-, Constitriutiir 11111. cISO7 31-ANOFOIiTE.--A frsttcl:iss T-octaoV CiTTAGL, in nolIt Will- .1not Clave: we-isinito. go giiilleai iiily. Sc-tcbheic. 38. iBilt Street. P)IANOFOPLTE, in nei~rt Ntiiuit Ulvi-. (lioi, seiled Iectriitiutenl, I. uim Metallic Subscribers-only content

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    by titeir, Sistersc, will IISV ENS'3RJUtTION ait their Acadlmes tui uad schools enl and aifter JAtN11 ctY 26. Aui Evening Clave for Aduilta Iaonstratrols in the Spring val~e, and a'll new Ieere. 'li euitr, Cleca for Exerrise and Deportment only, Subscribers-only content

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