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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cranbrook, Ken' to Alice Henrietta, second daughter of James Wenkley, of Oik° bounre, Edgaistou, Birmingham. HA.IrReS-AiLUs.-On the 3rd Inst., at Curdworth Parish Church Harry, fifth eon of Thomas Hanks, of Plough Inn, Miniwertb, 1i Mary Hannah, third daughter of William Subscribers-only content

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    many later traills run- 1 ning up the main line to stoe, say at Water Orton for ti is Colesbill, Curdworth, Minwerts, and other places (as it is t] really the centro), and also at NJWhitacro for that district, ] Subscribers-only content

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    Sale.-Apply, GW. usPakSreP - Birminghbmni. * 4 DIGS -For Sale, 21 very glood ones, eight weeks Wold-Ap`ply, The .1 Hollies, Curdworth, Irirnighanm. olD2 'I OAT.-Good mucoh, Shortlalread, Ensrglish Goat for Sale.-Ivy] - U Cottage, Kingecote Rtoad, Macborne 11111. c5 WANS Subscribers-only content

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    In tqwn; h Sherlock Street. A clows(n-lffo Se-JToseph oasn, near London and North- etori taction!, Tipton. 12 J iP Hjoll~es, Curdworth, Birmingham. cR32 - JIDlS (a polin for Sale.-Apply, 1, Ca od dbsfO 14 IJXTERRIIERt Biteh; even muariced blAck-andtant heed. Subscribers-only content

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    body of Henry James Abbott, a miner, was di; re covered on Sunday morning, on the Mlidland RAilh7, 3e betwveen Curdworth and Darfield Stations, shockinght le mutilated. He left to walk home along the line on Satur is day night Subscribers-only content

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    the water supply'was also agreed sg to, the places included in it being Birmingham,~ Edgbaston, IAston-jnta Eirminigalnul, Duddeston, Duddeston-cum- !NechellsC-oleshill, Curdworth, Sheldon, Elmdon Church, Bickonhi'll, and Solihull iKing's Norton, Northifield, Ss Thescedue ef rtng o he assuplywas als prvd -Par Subscribers-only content

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    beenmded by Landis of Thomas Waelloele, Esq., Misa Wakefield, ;crd W. B. Loser, Eq. leading out of the Roaad front Curdworth to Wisbabnit Lots 3. 4, and 5 are in the occupation of Ir. P. Rock and others, )e ats Subscribers-only content

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    ICOP.ESPO rENCE. NOTICFS T OORRBSI'NDENTS.-It letters inlendesffor W "A. M. F."~-No. tV H."Oldbury.-'Forty-eiglbt. "V. J. P."-Wce cannot tell You. "W. Hs B."--You must give~anotlicr notice. 01 `W. H. Ml~."~ e do not know any such persons. pi "'B. A. Subscribers-only content

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    contribute were as LI follow :-Aston, £11,000. * Curdworth, £90. ; Minworth, o £8180.; Sutton Coldield, £5t!0.; and Wlisbaw, £80.; total, e £012,820. 'lThe figures for lastyear were: Aston, :£10,500.; , Curdworth, £110. ; Binworti, £200. Sutton Coldflield, e £1,650. Subscribers-only content

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    INElls, W0roxall; R. Hudson, Lapivorth; , 3J. t Haynes, Snittcrfield; 1'. Gilbert, Tanworth ; R. Garratt, Old Stratford; S. Fennel], Curdworth; J. Errinoton, Middle Bickenhill; 0. A. Daffarn. Coleshill; G. W. Cockshott, Hoeldey Heath; and Thomas :LBetterad-e, Atherstone. The Chairmaae, Subscribers-only content

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    Yardley Cemetery, starmg from Great wea 'Or Lesot.-On tbe 21st inst,. aged 47 year John Imca f thfe'qhib Horse Inn, Curdworth; deeply reLrottedhyl.prp3O. Wtriea. fl Lvsre.-On the 23rd inst., at Ipper n , 6 RsCYNOLDS.On the 23rd ins,_, at Grove Subscribers-only content

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    I CORRESPONDENCE c AzMCK3TOS 00 CORRBSPONDHNTS -AfU Idiers seded for p bsiafioo m=: be woomppaied by Mte naone and adrs of the writer; .sat csriiq for pelsltion, but for the ifn-tdion I of UEd Mitor. WIfa ansers to questions Subscribers-only content

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    bRcnincu IBm.&DLEY, Park Road, Hockley, lately residing at King Edwarl's Xoad, both Birnigliam, ourneymian tailor, lately toilor. WILLIAM CmA:ELES TAYoro, Curdworth, nefr Binsaiaghm, tutor in agriceulture- HrimiPy CrTTse, West Bridgford, Notts, and Canal Street, Nottingham, timber, slate, and buildcrs' merchant. Subscribers-only content

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    cases that I he had had to deal with.-The examination was con- cluded. In re CErLEs TAYLOR, of Dunton Hall, Curdworth, tutor in agriculture.-Public examination. Liabilities £403., assets £209. M~r. AtkinsTamwvorth, appeared for the trustee, end in answer to Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Leasehold for forty-one years at March last, at a ground rent of L3. So. LOr 2.-CURDWORTH.--Two Capital FREEHOLD COTTAGES, at Curdworth, about half a mile from tbo church, with very large good CGardens, now let to Mr. Edward Stokes &ad Subscribers-only content

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    Four-wheel CARRIAGE. The Sale will aleo includo Two 0-horse-power ENGINEMS and DRU'MS, the property o1 the late Mr. Locos. of Curdworth. The Engines will be in motion on the ground, at Water Orton, 95'heMran of Bale. C;onditions at time of Subscribers-only content

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    way towards his house in Wainwright Street, when he was joined by a man named John Laken, a labourer, from Curdworth, whom lie knew, and who asked him to treat him to some ale. Beaehey offered to d9 this, and Subscribers-only content

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    including thi M ansoie of Sir F. Scott, Barr al, Lord Calthorpe's, GreatBarr, ansc To Coleohill, through Castle Bromwich, Minwoith, Curdworth The Mall leavs Cherry Street. calling at the Swan Office, Ner Street and NEo, 2, Bull Street, at Fire Subscribers-only content

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    ii will be SeC that the Blarston gained an eay victry, eatng teir ppeint in ilsisnigsWRIth SI runs to spare CURDWORTH. SECOND INSIN(O. FllT ir"I\ ' ton 9 c. Hardig, 1. I) X Barber 15 Wilkins, e. T. Barber, b. Subscribers-only content

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    part ef the Csrdworth, and MIr. T. Norwood of the Edgbaston. The batting of IMessrs. Tye and Betts, of the Curdworth, and Mesers. Watkins, H. Owens, and Silvey, of the Edgbaston, elicited general admiration and applause. An interval of one Subscribers-only content

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