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  • * British History Online * *

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    commanding the troops sent down to suppress the riots could not find one magistrate who would assist him even at Durgan, the headquarters of the discontented. Afterwards, however, there were found some whose vigilance and activity (1177) th e general Subscribers-only content

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clerk to the Birmingham Board of Guardians, attended and am- plied for an order adjudging a lunatic pauper, named Jaas Durgan, now chargeable to the parish of Birmingham, to be chargeable to the county, in accordance with the Lunatic Act. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT SPORTS. RoYAL OAE: GnoUNDs, BURNT TREE, DUDLEY PonT.-Mr. Nuttall's enclosure, yjsterday, came in for a good share of patron- age. Fownes and aker, both of CoEelev, ran their 100 yards match for 4?10. a side, and a bet Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.: SUTTON AUTUMN MIIETING. _ PROGRAMME 'FOR TSiS DAY. - The TanxL SrANra -of 6 sovs each, with 26 added; two-yer- qlds Tat, three Sat 101b, four lst 41b, five and Qupwards, Oj6liD selling allowances. Five furlongs. Twinkle Subscribers-only content

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    UNION BANK OF BIRMINGHAM (LIMITED) -is, . v t-rtil1tllrlv ~ r -T A ITIT TflnT nA cQ I I FINAL MELTING OF SHARIEHOLDERS. S A mectieeg of thle slearehololorS o f the Union Blank of Birmingham (Limited) was hclul Subscribers-only content

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    comseiittel to Newgats forth~weith, and ordered tihe pistols and articles produced to be delive-ed up to tile officer. H Ilisleector Durgan said, it would be necessarly for them to be psodmsed, with ties prisoeser, before the neagistrate. M-. Wakley said, Subscribers-only content

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