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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ground int Stourbbridgo Street' fer an. infectious hospital. Fri sThe letter was referred to a committee.-Repairg to pro. t ir perty at Comberton were ordered to be done. Vc in ouroo, ad tans wrevotd t tem or her Mcd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e ;620,000. for' street improvements, and the Town Olerk had been instructedtoobtainafirst loanof £S5,000. The purchase of some land on Comberton from Mr. John ih ThorDley for improvement purposes were recom- lg mended. The report was adopted. Mr. Herring . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DDERATINSTERt -To Le erti eain .eislO5c' .IV..Wrelsoune talmis, asACoeeh-lssne, wisth brtI-e Would hoonade to suit trde Purpss-pltids sa1e. IacWood, 60, Comberton Hitull, ddse..misebeil5' '~ANUATURNG.PRE5SMISES, coiniso ses it;ii 8s1-FEarelosooes, nficies, stabliog, sp;:ceis~ps'~ borough; ovith extensive froistages to cana ais;i~~i Siid.-Apply hio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .EsheSteies. forlopswbeeper:larearebottese. f~lirervut;cicl~~r , ceneoftabe-Apy 119n.-AHolyssAp He adi.C hOUSEandI pnST .to Let, foar tsrent ad;s K Warehousie. Stalling, eand Coach-hoswt a .5 Would lee nmado to soil trade purposes.-Asiy n n .sI T. Packiwood, 60, Comberton H~ili, hlldderal noee.whwl i51 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any way pre- valent, and I deny that it has beenso. With reference to the 'horrible' smells complained of on Comberton HiU, there is not a single open grating from sewers upon the whole length of the road,. Consequently if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morton and J. Giles-the adjiourned case against John Collins fiud George Smith, of assaulting Alfred Barley and William Harris, at Comberton. on the 29th silt., wvas dealt with. Mir. J. .1. Corbet defended. There, had also 0. been a charge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ex- ,iLPperirnco : with good obamieter.-Address, 471, Daily Post. ce6143 LK)T-TRDE.-Re-nmem so Saleswoman Or Man agoresa. 1P) rstclas reemnes.W.,Mrs. Storcer', Comberton Hlill, Kitddcmorinst-er. c6=2 1)OTS thoougly xpeiened)Wana Stuaion at Once, in a ,L)goo C~anmsriallotl.Goo rearaor-Adifres, IL. 1.. 57, BO0TS JaInglo-banded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dance to Letp:only £40-; medat possession. 0644 IMesmgtn room, dining an-rwn omsOre roomtIoseZa and we-.; good kitchens, cellar, and garden.-ApplyatNc12 Comberton Reuse. C_5 &I .1 KRGLZ Strver, Lostells; hail, rids entrance, two sitting recoms, Gitcteen, fear hod rooms, clothes cosnet. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rooms, dining, drawing, andI dressing reoms. clesets, pioers- room. w.c., cellars, good leitshman, pantries; and garden. flood -wass's-Apply, no. 12, Comberton Heuse. dq543 ~1lOSRLBY.-Memooelo~olde, HMayflied Road ; dining, drawine, six iibed reams, btesti two vrca's.-AYply next door. r.94.99 'OmPSFLEY(TsalrRo).Cncin nrat; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poreman; must thoroughly S unndeeestnd evrro braneh.-.Addrses, Bl. 79, Daily post. C543 CCOTCH Drapery.-CGood Canvasser Wanted-Pa~telcelars to S J. Brown, Comberton HU]l, Post ffice Kidderminster. o729 N HORT8AND Correspondence Clerks(serl h)Wotd S loancfemale~edorandunior. ustotbe thoroughly con- verted Cbristians.-Aolto Staff-Captain, Barritt., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street. dea.la. or baking-Ctty Registr, 107, Now StroeeeT.Lc7S I"OO good plain) Wanted. Good refrenrees rouired Gales C-,s ages--Apply, Mrs. ltclauchtan, Comberton =uc70 -Owen.eVl C"OOKS Wanted for Moseley, Edgbaswn, Erndlgtlon. Leamhgln, Hands'rorth, King's Heath--County Registry, County Cham- bers, Corporation Street. c7793 Subscribers-only content

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    r Will, the only ^sn o~f Wiiam nn d Aeieln Jdmai n ed 9 r Lee-Ons the 24th irst. rt Comberton Pars, o r Kiddeminster. Elizabeth Catherine. wife of Georgo Lee, arsxamCmn:t dau rt of the lato Thomas Tabbenr of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ATEMWPTED SUICIDE AT l1WDERMINSTER. Yesterday afternoon, a young man, in a state of great excitement, rushed into a cottage at Comberton, near Kidderminster, and caused much alarm to the occupants, a Mrs Britten and her children. He was holding a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of zhe seeider. Mensawnal aolieca is "Menshfc rnttr Forc unrtei at simlratn es BIrRTHS Git7Fme-On the 7th inst, at 24, Comberton HIML Kidderminster, the wife of J. S. GriflEn. chemrat formerly of Monument Road, Birmingham, of a daughter. PzTrT.-On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ground, and productive Garden, either vwith or without tweve acros of Pasture and six acrcs of Arablc Land, sititate at Comberton, within seven minutec walk of Kiddermitster Itailway Station, and outside the borough. The House connpnses Entranco Hall, 15ft. by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a verdict for £3. in addition. AoTIoN ros E3EOTMSENT.-Shekell V. SUmMMer.-Tiis was an action for ejeetment from certain premises at Comberton, near Kidderninster. Mr. Byrne was retained for the plaintiff, and the action was undefended. A verdict was given for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Henry Thompson, Bart., Rector of Frant, proctor for the elergy of Lewes; the Rev. James Fendall, M.A,, Vicar of Comberton, near Cam- bridge, proctor for the clergy of Ely; the Rev.. Frederick Vincent, M.A., Rector of Slinfold, near Horsham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    night, but the conflIcts were not in any case so serious as they used to be. While fossil digging, at Comberton, on Saturday, a man, named Thurlbourn, was buried alive by a fall of earth. Before he could be got Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rossisgton (h b), aged Blountain Sylph, 0 yrs Jamaica Il b), aged Dray-horse liberty, aged Belly Georgians (h b), aged Comberton, 0 yrs Ethel, 4 yrs ers. Bardell (h b), aged Strand The Lawyer, aged Sancebox, aged The SUTTON PLATE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 yrs Charley Boy, aged Colonna, 5 yrs Maid of Lorn (s bl, 6 yrs Tilly (h b), 4 yrs Comberton (h b), 6 yrs Diligence, 4 yrs F by DAgobert-lialf bred Lady Post (h b), 4 yrs marc, d Subscribers-only content

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