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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bit J. Durber, Alderley lane, Wolstanton, Staffordshire, provision dealer. [Williams, Htanley, Stafirwdshire. G. Millership, Oldbury, Worcestershire, draper. [Sutton and Dunn, Colemore rose, Birmingham. J. B. R. Durant, Stogursey, Somersetshire, grocer. rChapple, AldermsSanbury. E Pickering, Boston, Yorkshire, silkmercer. [Hairtley, Southampt'55 street. Subscribers-only content

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    ~ FFICES. 40, Wtrloo Street; treereocis, groundfdoor.-Apply, 591 J0 B. C air c and Co. eI6SA i,;k OFFICES to Let, Colemore Chamubern. Newhlasl Stee (reat 15other. Stroag rooms. Lavratorien and every convenience. Rooms areelar-ge, loftylighitandsanitahle for anyfiset-eolaebusiamss. Renits Itrare from Subscribers-only content

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    W, J. 184, Sgpring ll. ?douRTliOR. I'. A.,'21, Coventry Hood.. * iAMTHlIM~tS & ONS, W., Granville Street. eMANN, R, 43, Colemore Row. rC 1 MLLER NV 60. Herieage Street.. * IIA,101ALL, HE'Niy, 102, ClIfton Road, alsalnal Heath, dMORGAN, A., 4, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colmors Row. r no R k~Hoeley. with iS years' lease. In-comma 50470.-Apply. leegdi Q/ T N~i.'e lSon, and Hooker, Auctioneers, Colemore tow. n RrUPANNM A.ldbrev I.a West Bmethwiok. So,cs-,,,nminabout P cl . 450-Appl t 303~ Union Street, Elmig'on ' class Subscribers-only content

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    iIon oetsieirta of Birmingham ; doing a highi .yenpoerbl, trade. Shopextnosnivel fitted, Owneirgolngabronri. 11oodwilliand £ P iituro £10,-orge hllroud, 122, Colemore Row, Birmlgham.U;8603.L UTM ErHuli (86). -8tationery, FaneyGood, News Agency, ee, forll St Ront £r32. C"hriitmas trade willocoverocost of pureleasc. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IUnett. page, oust ]fisber, Soticitors, Temple Row; as to Lets 3, 4, 5, and 6, to Mr. 5Reuben Taylor. Solicitor. Colemore Roe'; end as to all the Lots, to the Auctioneers, 2. Temple Row West, Rirmineham. 1211 ±±REEHOLD, FORSHAW ~IHEXT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    held at the Offices, Clifton Road, ~estorday afternoon ; the n 11ev. W. HI. Colemore (chairman)j presiding.,~ The Rev. R. GRAY moved, ~" Thvt, ini the opinion of this Board, its schoolsB are' not keeping psce with the edu-. cational Subscribers-only content

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    at a1. e2781 - A, TON.-Rkcridence, containing too reception rooms, focur bed_ tel camsdreeimg oom kiche, sulln, en ot £28-Clarke, Colemore Romw. d288l mf atR~tIILDRecid(481; etun bd, tw siting roonni, kithe , 19 siacu llery, gaurden, taip watter. private entry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oluf goiiig abroad.-57. 'WirelcorStreet. c683S Itti TATILIO7EI3OY, foolluPcyD ieo;important neighr-- 1.tboorhliel. Price £20. Good living.-St. Clasir, 15tovensoou, C ,s CojRnlcy,.126, Colemore Row. silOS _ 3. onITAT ionEPFricy, and Cigar Boireones, reith good 28ewsprrpee S connctionanl egister ofilcti for Servants, ii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .1-iestalisred 1 yeer.Lara prlts5l trrsse; easily droubled. Tiogonstbiteorlrahep Fitsesclst Pr 4550. stoclr Optironal. Pro- 3icoreria-St. Clair, Stveo~tsoi, arid cronley, 126, Colemore lorre tiin -CS0OO )RASSFUN~RYBSI~SSfor Dip~sal with goon eonrrc- t~ ions and dohInr rennsunsortive trade' Pie, fOr gorudwill, lesse, Pldnct Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beMng given Jc over to slums. He asked the committee to consi er the more wise method, in which Mr. Colemore had been sweep. gr inaway publiqhouses and letting for more valuable uses co land under his control. He also Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -r7TPIN7GHA- A-\ND MIDLAND COUNTIES ,D ATORtIU-tM-The ANNUAL GENERAL ME-ETLNG of tho GOVRIUOPLS ef teb above Iastitution will bo held at Colemore C(harsi c. 1, Newhall Street, Idixidsham, To- noceow ghiteteslsy?. 23th Vebruary. The 'Chair will be taken by Sir THOMS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IRORSES,_CARIAES___ . FOR SALE (cont&dK with sch hanclecnc croso Jersey soil AynMice. ftvFl.RANDA-WI11T8 S~paniel; frifor exhibition: clean in-elOOl r! .;5 -4i~i.- ciicTneulad. trio 2 Ori~ins tn tieftl lExch snug_ Apply, by lett-r. Ii. C,., 720, Ilighi S;trict,.lir~se. rI057 ? Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to LotS6, to Messrs. Cooper and Haseiwood. Solicitors. Bridgruorek ; as to Lot 7, to Mrl. Go. P. Edwiasda, Solicitor, Colemore Row; as to Lot 9, to Meosro. Cotrerll and Son, Solicitors, Temple Row: as toLotse9, 10, 11, 19, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Canon Wilkinson lID., the 'Rev. Canon Bowlby, the Rev. W. K. H. Bedford (Sutton Coldfeld), the Rev. IV H. Colemore (Moseley), the Rev. W. 1 liot (Auton), the Rev. C. M. Owen (hon. secretary Birmingham Church Extension Society), the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gd, Tickets to be had at Tonkss Trow Hall Printing Office, 85, Nelv Street; and at Mir. Harrison's MKusi Warehoose, Colemore Row. 1540 V. , ta R. DR. MARK AND HIS LITTLE MEN. Hp UNDER THE TDhIaRDIATE PATRONAGE OF HER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shannon, ard Beenic, were charged with stealing a loaf from the shop of Mr. Meore, baker, Granville Street. Colemore and Reenle pleaded guilty, and it was shown that Shannon wao running away with the loaf in his possession. Shannon, having Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    named John Egsan, Sword grinder, Clock-dial Yard, Smallbrook Stroet, was charged as above. It appeared from the evidenco of John Colemore, a hawker in CArey's court, that he and the prisoner having been drinking at the Blie Iig public house, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 17th, being Board day, the first business was to elect a chairman for the en- suing year, 'when Thomas Colemore, Esq., of A shfnrlong, Sutton Caidield, was duly elected chairman; and Abel Rellason, Esq., of Erdington, was unanimously elected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilatelligent premising oldtadrgn, and wpe hear with plensure tiut t-we of tire maeistrates, wrho ienerally attend the Cortgat that pflace-Thnomes Colemore and Ablaham Dixon, g sqra.d-rave rxpressed a deep feeling en behalf of ,the po or-helles ophans, ws they are Subscribers-only content

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