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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OR i~ncdnilat Dis,,ooti by riaetreaty, the free, Full-ligoueod. F oldl-onv~blslhed. Housoe. known as the Cock Inn, sear the Givs- ecrito, Haist Owien. O010cm req~uested inefrn 12th innt.-Frurther in'fornsti~un can lie had from the Sgeretory, Gas Compnieiy, Hales S-021al. on moot Subscribers-only content

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    Fe: acs t A ucio'l,&ct., byMeesrs, Bent, Gem= and sLloyd, Ee'ntl. Hobbs, Taylor', Hawkins, A i IdHollanid, Jranut', (Old DaMe? Set eC SALES BY AUOTION~. ON TUESD&Y NEXT. j( liCTl'RE. CURTAIIAD STAIR-ROD, HAT- l;flRtti ANID COA0ll1fBEADING MANUF"ACTUR.ERS, TOOL ANDI Subscribers-only content

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    - " -- 355 ii" iiatAslst. e-- - roT~iA l '!Jr. '-,L ' --_ th ~scoal and Coal- *~qpltd~i& :t2ring -Foipr ticuclass, appir to Alt oi", oiti. c5' AG rfS TIIAV . iAAll ld" i 'I riiiitC. 2 Str-assd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street. e2210 (d1 ROtlEfY Tricle -Waitedl, a Junior; also, strong Youth, as k.JVPorter,-PhilIlips assilCo.; 150, Deriteand. cH22 Il C OCIEIY Haist I'roviaiolss.-Vanrthi Wvanted, to sisako huiunself G..Ygencraly useful.-Ndilight, Butcher, Newtown Row, Binsninsg- hair. d11 3 d-IROORS.-A~nteditasses, a strong, usaefl~ot.Apy G Subscribers-only content

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    Cissi Esgse, utoor Elfeetns. Catalouslybehi frosn t. te Anctiosteer, Iligh Street, Westi Brostoiolv loco0 Nlt'-1,i Nov. 7, at 11 Weo'clni-Loctdon Haist Shiffusal Ironwvos-ks, I-islssl alop.-Imsportssst Notice to Iron esnd Coa lrsest re Mansufasturers, Madlsinists, ,asi othorm.-Peremnptory asId hsigersy titteactivte Sale Subscribers-only content

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    Lwr Green, 24oeircstle, fDIC tHued a NIin, about 21 or;2-2. Good wenges.-Appily, ~II, Wtrig~is Street,_Snu HeathueS o99o 'j~ hS PS Haist ia youne Matt, olo ran moold andinotate -"3doe'S -Apsly, 122. Salop Street, fDulrtiy. tilt dl fi" --Hutton immediately. goat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "TUBLIC AMUIEMEdENTS, ,ATR ROYAL, BIRIMINGIHAM. pls;IN Boo-TS M5rg lOST SUCCEISSFUL IMAI''TOM=l YET r FODUCE IN THIS THEATRE&, PE~rRIsaC EVERY THURSDAY DURING ,qFI AIUARY AND FEBRUARY. ,Th Cenipatiy is so strong that BD Po 10hilig i5 wanting hua ita yoerforin- Subscribers-only content

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    8a. Bil Strect. Fle f, la Modo .Beef, Collared Tonlsgi en sa, Dra is, spiccat Reu(lile e1cfv Porimsniud 'eal nod Haist ies, &c., &s, The aRestaursist tini Griu Room nar supplied wtl hbest quality of Prosvisionss IsIly. ,BA&S ansid CO.'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (ieaarl.-Rotai Taverns, larewivng wsebkly (proof 13givort). PsicoalIGOO-LItoubai Roberts, S. lasalon htsot. Al.D iar-Cornpnt at Rtail 'aIeis, sci onpptiosition. . lrie,{~i~. Haist RhrtAuctiotasii no Stied., ,flUT~~t~t~utri wiuiI-allssOtPI;~tssulty for i opbshag~ry, al asoinsitat rtotab.1oc 10;hafss esi. C'nenenprc- insai4Heabs.ll P.c Jiburtf., eblter. III~tII.OOI) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warwick. Buetahey, is' laiisitiskut. A 1,1NITM,' ME ,'ellt;''lNGC of the Creetitssr: sit tise Rbshersv.csiii T1c1s a Pi itsiieace sell be Haist at, tiii Cllicei of Air, '~ils'1ee teai I'ricr, Ic s. 4, Waterloio Street. Itirusinnciraufn ii TcUS ttisAY. tiest dls Subscribers-only content

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    Ceuntoin Street,- I1ROVU Lane, Ckpe Hlili Irteamt Traniscy Reiutel-77~ yerils G 'Freeholdi Laud. £.0.-Ilendrlles, 25, Ctinnon Street.q JJ ANDSCIVT1*ITteriaee Road. Haist ead Roedi-aix lvalriEl J..L~oeeB. tersto 3-126. l 9. 72.-llenfrilis intl Snitli 2V Csl~~~il~~li~~t~~eet. - e~~7936 t] ARBOIO2II ileetil Roadl.-DeoubLefrouted Subscribers-only content

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    £Nt)LLIEUS.-Wantcd, a fitew good Stalccn and Conutractors. I .. Regsclar work.-Adldrers, 216, Belly Poet. 134 ~ I~sMLISTGIS.Wacedfo thee recegood Newt Haist. i Stot erages, ke. - Thomac Butrbidge, 20, lroaclgate, Cyoven- try. ____ cO8lS ~ CNSIPOlTO Waned; ithknowledge of machinesapreferred. Subscribers-only content

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    HOUSES AND LAND TO LET (Conid). L~,M u'rflwmci (SOUthL ad e odgel-V r desirvble family 2brC'idlutie. L~g alte C iiP' rooms, goodj kitchens, live liod rooms, dreeti rhm ri O i p1t io" thorough repaiir. Free till Christman. Ito Subscribers-only content

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    20 87 Eliottos Mo..el - 1....... 10 80 Alloand~ovortt&rons - 96 100 100 Grdieat Pyrko Colliery 137 1/, 20 320 Haist Cadnc Colliery .. - 20% 20 20 GloucostroGa,7A%...--. 51 . 20k 17% Dito.vraatnGg... 11¾95 - - A5bstuntrs's . Metal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he returned in company with his host, the Rev. W. Ilesketh, to thse dwellisg- of thea latter at St. *llicltael's Haist Tox- teth-parle. Mrsi. Blackcburnea nid their second daughter id heing on a short visit, as also the Rpv. TI. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Occupation of John H Hdson, togethoor Wish Four other DWELLING-HOUSES or Tenements adjoining, new in the respective Occupations of Benjamiti Haist, Alilly Pullan, and others. Lst s. Four other DVE LLING-11OUSES or Tenements, with Stable, Cowhouse, and Outbuildings thereto adjoining Subscribers-only content

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    Hudson, together wIth Four ether DWELLING-HOUSELS or Troe sass, Tenemuents adjoining, now in the respective Occupaktions Of Stre teen- Benjamin Haist, Hilly Pullan, and others. intc Con- Lots5. Four other DWELLING-HoOSEB or Tenemeents, with TI luced Stable, Cowheuso, and Outbuildings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dobson, ott or towards the 2.4 rsouth, now in the occupation of .Mesrs, Wim. and Luke John. Ge I son Haist. I l This lot contaics a valuable bed of clay, and presents an alt eligible sitl for building purposes. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DD)lY-l6110. Newtowen. Leeds. 4T1N11.(.on Thursdsiay. Jsae Third, 1852, at the house fli-1,u~e.North Tavern, North-street, Leeds, at six 001 - i evening, subJect to such COnditions as shall be ~ rsii~~ IX COTTAGES, together with A Ji tde f godCLAY Subscribers-only content

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    FCURNITURE, inl thle prevalilingsi tyles, of tilie At-y, ils-siifacttlIl wiitii eteir' rega.rcl to elegatee andt idurabiility, ilIli iilhoglly'. ItescaI id. Haist Woalsott, w chil Ithey liavs Idetrioioelt to siioiisit tO ieir paltrohis oil til li~ ost ecooin0I ,lylser SC'O(t tif Subscribers-only content

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