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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E-n OR IEGA INT ELLIGE'C.E. Il i . - i t .S -:' : SSW11DEN. Gqr0t'$ Mvnon MARCH 1. A-The King is a p td CQntTgl1as, Count Ferseo, and others hine beet :lr ~resfed.- The Tribugal' Aijtely instituted1 bv Subscribers-only content

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    about mid-day the sky was sud- denly darkened by the accumulation of dense clouds upon Wain Avon, and along the Coity, in thedirection of the Var. teg, when an immediate discharge occurred, which soon inundated the works, and almost filled Subscribers-only content

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    1uosiers, Furri.se, sad deneral Oatfitt-o, for Ladies and Gentlemen, 104, 165, 156, 157 Minories, and 8,8, hS, aud 86 Aldgate, Coity, London. Caution.-E. MoRos asl4 Seas regrest being obliged to guard the public against imposities, bet have learned that the Subscribers-only content

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    HOUlSES AND LAND TO LET (ceonld.) A~THE1RSTON1TE RnOtd, Xiu~,-' 1Wrth.-To Los.tr tls P s-lven bcdiroonvr-. 9. ]:, rLaot,'ry. hot rod~ C 10 rcaterr two rocotion rooms;~ kitoln.e riwd l ",1ro: lar'o r.Imo. 1Reut E03 'v- (tot 10w 0'-t Rvt Subscribers-only content

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    exainination, July 2, at noon, at the County Couirt, Stafford. WILLIAM J. Luxmoest, Hereford Road, Bayswater, -Lonidon, lately residing at Coity Mvawr, Talybont, near iBrecon, alsýo lately residing at Craigiss, Taly-bent, near Birecon, and also lately residing at Hemel Hempste.sel, Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. DUDLEY. B1I.UcOHOOAM ANDT WOLVERHAMPTONO TxmsRA'g en~ri Aeso- CIATION.-Ttie annual meeting was held on Monday, at Dudley. in the morning, previous to the business meeting being held, a conference of the principal inhabitants of the town took: place, Subscribers-only content

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    DAVID FooLiop and MorITZ VoNEsMEnR, GaildhaU Chambers, Coity, Importere of foreign goods, to surreonder February o at 11, March 7 at 1, at Bankrapts' Court. Sole., Laurence and Co., Old Jswry Cbambers; ofclal aaadg., Bell, Coleman Street .lloildings, DANIEL WILLIAM Subscribers-only content

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    'Jf sis listS melt. .qay cottoUlted daily, front 'Tu in list macnine tilt.Ti ~tii sha&s frot ten till on., rsa's' Coity Pi tients should lee no tiia' is orli~t send fill tiritlrsm of their mae, cnd senclose a ctaasst sdl Subscribers-only content

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    T'-rn N. oMr v Coity 0 pOPdoW t.] - [Pr'ow POlr usry U0/71 Vi0C1 wSp- LnNDON. Saturday EVeninl2. -omnlparatiVe steadiness has distinguished the Stock Irets. A the opening the tone was particularly .,sveeablc Aitt there wits subseqlentlya reaction, and fN Subscribers-only content

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    LD and SONS' Mnd AT TRESSES oa n d PIeAe fr oxford Strent, Bhrmiagham r e 70 No anuf.-etoren :-lptWharftended Coity oad, aond onm; ndbor- U.D ITT0 Sffl 8Oxelor Street.ala Bcmigam70 BY THE AUTHOR OF A NIGHT lIN A WORKHOUSE. Subscribers-only content

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    and China, 194t, 20, 19k; Imperial Otto n 1,st Land Cn ortli age of India, Limited, t ; London and Coity, Er0),ae 50, 1 0 0i- London Joist-Sdck, 3Ja, 2;0 prow- and Westrainster, 138 : ditto, Scrip,. isued at£10i prBank Subscribers-only content

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    of the Council will be held on Tiesday next, to receive commnunications from the Mayor, hnedig a letter from the Coity Solicitor, London, relating to endowed schools charity; a letter from the Town Clerk of London, relative to the Charity Subscribers-only content

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    e. OttomnU 1 London X~tni~ o :~mi~oand out Ameica Imiteda 20* id London Obartered of Australia, 241; Londot. andd s Coity. o2k, 17 London T~lu-Sl 4 69 x R; ; London and Westinster, 6, 6', erchast, Lmted, 2-8k; Now London, Subscribers-only content

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    :- Woredttabnd. Si: . _ clads K. irflnashmnttskE B li ? k 2 Dittongiii Xat-Sorck txr0 5. Dirminghmind MtdI'n: 159 Coity oi' Stafford. Dudley and West Drom.._ _ , Glopnvgstorshire.. , Uly',Lm~itc ...z. _ t Aidland-; Lifmiter . . .... Subscribers-only content

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    MARKETS. LoNDoN Coity M.&uKEor.-The dense fogethat hns pre. valled at Mark Lane has greatly interfered Mith bssiness. and has imparted quite a nominal character to tle trade. English wheat has been in short supply, and the show of foreign has Subscribers-only content

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    ,Tro IT VSNES PREMISE-S._ _ ~~~~~~ ~~~~to IAt. pltesS piast ' W'l. ,airr rtrret.-tiii1 t lot. plat~us- ~ N-ir~ .P.)"~~ TheIli ne. ctr Stipedlety, C3_019 4 d'- - dlt Let, nea Egiato Sato troi(ue'rior,, Ialfingtor Fo, .1ii -,.,?ti'l I Subscribers-only content

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    for an Junior Clerk. Ilust ivoite aetgod V Al'MD for a, fiatuiightq,a younjg Mifati, who can Writ e. l and____ Coity eorm-ctly.-Atdrtogs, 738, DaIly IFprut. e 1F A.V.i~iWici. iuntdiatlr Clrk, qoto ealln draw ritor(, EiJ drat tt, abstracts, &o.-Addrcnss, encloniog Subscribers-only content

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    SXTURDAY'S MARKETS. WOTICE.STEII Conx,r-Good attendance. Fair amount of busiliteso doing In Wheat, at aisiat Is. per quarter advance, Barley quiet. Not much enquiry for oats and beins. Peas firm, eind aoatrco.--Wlseat (whiuts English), new. 5s. Od. to Ois, I Subscribers-only content

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    YESTUI RlDAY'S M ARKEIETS. LoNDO\S Coity,.-Tloror Woe a heavy rsarrivasi of foruigL, oats Iast wonok, sod at fair supply of whea4t, etlrar graiss being short. Englisih wheat 2:105 quassrtnrs, foreign 231,Qi7' qularters. Thuo slow of salop tie this mroring Subscribers-only content

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    SATURDAY'S'9 MAERKETS. WOiC'TEgRn Co 1s,, O ly at tnooerato attendance. rae, Oilier descrip~tions of graliniwerefota olovtgqo tians -WhVIlet ; Inglish (whlite), new. Us. t0 (ii. 4dl.: dittO. old, IoS. ad. to Vs. s litto tro~d), toaw, tie, ad. to Subscribers-only content

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