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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei 'Dydd Gwne . _di~NW' mei w prthi6 j'r i Ya" dGymnreig 'sp #lNe-y fe odrt, MynwIyIai jWordiOanoi~gyrdfiy trwy; gwe &edri eucgydd ~ .,xeyt~i'~awyphf4 e a n farwoI~ i Tybir~o ....... r~ YD1X4? g~ e Yr wyt~o dai;Rd fy~fwe1o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    desk hardd iawn fel arwydd o'u teimladau da Iad * atoa'u hymlyniad wrtho. Y llywydd ydoedd vnd tua " Hughes, Greenway Rd, a'rarweinydd Mr. Uiss Mr. k. .s, PortlandSt. Cyflwynwyd yraurheg 3raff Jabez Jon. Movp gan Mr. R. W. Pritchtrd. Subscribers-only content

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    Shout. High Holborn, oilmall. il. Moore, Lucas-street, Cornmeicial-road, builder. Easton, Yorl-street, Bllackfriars-road, baker. 'Little, Bodilamn, Sussex, grocer. Porter, Bristol, barge-owner. Greenway, Plymouth-dock, brewer. 'P. Foster, Farningham, Kent, miller. Gi. Birki aw Howden, Yorkshire, currier. R. Paer B - ombard-street, merchant. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    addressed by return of post to Spetchley Park, Worcester, will find me. Your obedient, humble servant, GRANTLEY F. BENRKELEY. The Greenway, Nov. 6." "To the Hon. Grantley F. Berkeley, M.P., Spetchley Park, Worcester. Sir,-The only reply I think proper to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    company with Brenda, the pet of the drawing-room, a greyhound who won the Puppy stakes of her year at the Greenway, in Gloucestershire. A New Forest fawn, now ap- proximating to a doe, and, locally, almost the last of her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thi stipendiary magistrate is married and has children. The lady has returned to her husband.-Pall-inall Gazette. On Monday last Samuel Greenway Finney, lately managei of the English Joint-Stock Bank (Limited), was taken beforE the Lord Mayor on a warrant charging Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Captain Lasubert's property, and had lately been evicted. Young Barrett himself wits on leave for his acreual holiday. Mr Samuel Greenway Finney, the general manager of the English Joint-Stock Bank (Limited), surrendered to his hail at the Centrrl Criminal Court Subscribers-only content

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    Lady Chasrles hertie (hcluistord, '.C. 20oO - 'ei cy *.... .. 2 0 0O W7m. W7isithrop. Esq. . l, t Greenway Smith and The u ight Etev. Lord G reen-ay .. 2 0 0 Btishop of Roehester .1.. 0 10 Subscribers-only content

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    ( uddock, LopEsq. 1 0 0 Miss Agg Gardner. 2 0 0R ev. J. E. Waldvy ... ..1 0 0 Greenway, Sinith, and eA Sttll Free Ifirkite" 010 0 Greeaway ... ... ...2 5 0 v. E. L. EliEes ... Subscribers-only content

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    `f VIfftotre miuLtreh unde Se, Soicitors CT 7 atlb eal et, LOT. I.-SM tfL IIISATa-A we~ll-ituated PROPERTY, in 4' etc Greenway, Sret Smal Ponttb, comprilcin rour Front ent Peatur mod Erl HOUS M, -Nee.X 457,'39, and 41, cratici "CAMIMIDU~tE PLAV~l," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wrote to Mr. George Cattell Greenway, the cuti 3. secretary to the Warwick, Corn Exchange Company, On 1.asking for the use of the Exchange for the purposes seni 1,of the exhibition. To that Mr. Greenway to- hehl isplied tbat the Subscribers-only content

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    'as B. M. Gr-Ace, c Psge, b Murphy ................ 44 ed L. M. Day, b Ford .65 of Robinson, c Greenway, bi Ford 22 Midwinter, b Reeves ......................,.... 0 . W. 1, Gilbert, c Airey ................,...... , 12 )en W. Subscribers-only content

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    Irneroros. B. }o1, Grace, c Page, b Murphy ................ 44 1B. M. lay, b Ford ....... 65 le Robinson, c Greenway, b Ford - - 22 a Mlidswinter, b Reevs _ - .. .. . O ld W. G. Grace, Subscribers-only content

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    charneter. __ S Simallfanoily. No children. Musthe good phlaincook. Wash. as in put out. Msaim eist, ansd gsood wages liven.-Apply, Greenway .e. Arose Held, Coventry Roead, Small Hleath. 05429 of(INERAL Sorvsnt (good) Wanted, wages £12-Apply, 181, U *Heathsiold Reoad, Tiansdworth. Subscribers-only content

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    _ X Smallfaicily. NOeblidren. hnust be good pisOn cook. Wash- T ing put out Man kept and goed wages given.-Apply, Greenway Arms Hotel, Coventry toad, rSimall Heath. cS4l r i KYERAL Seevapt Agood) WXlnted; wages £12.-Applyh I81 WHeathfaid Road, audaworth, Subscribers-only content

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    vice.president, Mr. IV. P. aO Greenway treasorer, and Mr. H. N. alle lion. secretary. The fDI- tloin gent0men were elected repreatodlttive3 of the Kational Fodterstlon ofLibei5.i Aeselaoitionis: Mesere~Obae. Coelhtafte Gee. la Thompson, W. P. Greenway, It, N. Hall, D. 1-Iowat, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    held at Worceter, on Saturday; Sir R. Harington presiding.- Mr. Ansell (Birmingham) appeared for Mr. J. F3. Smythe, of the Greenway Arms, 13blsall Hlatb, to ask for the con- firmation of a license granted to him at the King's Heath Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    various meetings were Councillor Lawson Tait, Messrs. IT. H. Aston, H. Bowley, S. L. Harding, J. Lampard, F. Mills, B, Greenway, H. Whitehouse, T. Rose (hon. soo.), &. c-At Alleock Street Board School Mr. Thomas Collins delivered a lecture on Subscribers-only content

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    lodged with for three weeks, and had robbed of es basket. thu waistcoat was found in a pawn- shop in Greenway ,8treet. -As she has been previously convicted for felony, the Bench Heqt h9r to gaol for three monthl, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr, A. C. Oiler presided, and amongst those presenlt Were g Birs. Ashford; Messrs. F. Sohunadhoretf, B. Bremakepar, E. 0 Greenway, G. Cashniore, W. Chinrery, W, Clayton, W. a Forman, H, Bowley, T. Burxows, &c. -The 'CHAIRMAN, a in his Subscribers-only content

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