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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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ft f sily, to be provssd, tlae sme waester restrin to esoery oleo the rlginal tinge sf hiLs own Haist. Cowipsoed of oxss.I Ucnt bandsrur bgaieflcent isubotisace, T.AI DilUn A FIORIDE hass the svsssaileaful 0rasssrty of re~visingt the HrTar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE NEW POLLING DISTRICTS IN NORTH AND SOUTH WARWICKSHIRE. The following is a list of the new polling districts in the I Northern and Southern divisions of Warwickshire, sanc q tioned by the Court of Quarter Sessions at Warwick, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was in a field called the lingsaroft, gathering violets, when the piIoner came up to her, took her by the Haist, sad threohe down. According to her actount, he effected hi pueronse, but tho evidence of Mr. Richard Pitt, surgeoD 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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - " -- 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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    in nit Anctioiieers auG. 1-ence iltoe.tlirc,;.talic agsA. 12, Daily Post.,l10 ia niiM .a-l , . t ii rite :' gost Haist, ani h'as [L lnosr I ,,fpec~u~ut, Aitil; at ti. (anuiidge Striot. c5690 1i) ' Irspctal el uiutel. alout 14. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    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

    WVEST INDIA MAIL LINE-. TWO AmNwsS FRlOM JR-imsBY EACH MONTIL. TJIE flloingorothr frstelaesSteamers will bee 43seCiiar, PiErt PltReT, Cad Bhsilvie, Haist ioCess n l Hsama tohei plasr3tsof thaor Pe'eri nsm lien Patonsi tof Clesas Steoeels icip nDtRRU4 IA - .. Subscribers-only content

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    "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

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    d s.~ id. and 2ats.e AHeitt Weiseslie d;ed Be-oseaeah, Green, Evans, coa s Blangli- IVoMaerbleemp aFleminn ; Piebes- Gittised srosisrhe Haist ers-elcv, Owen; y 'reeiledo Shelltng; Goroal, ThSteeptan- IVe~neatlaev, Horatilo 'iucier Chemist- 'Paioi Nickhina w .LUNYADI JAN05 APBiRIENTr WV~rna-" Commended 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

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    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

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW` YOiK, ll COUNeY' op BacoM TI Dr. 1. V. 'iEITccc, of the City of Buffalo State and County aWore' Haist ~losing duly arndswlemnly sworn, says that the extracts of letters of sleseIsto nppclnded lreferriig to letters pltblisised above ned 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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    PUBLICI AiUSEMENiT5t. EATRE ROYAL, B IIIINGHAM. Engagement for SIx Nights of Messrs. JOHN CLAYTON'S AND ARTHRJ CElcIL'S COMPANY from the ROYAL COURT THEATRE, in Pivero's enormosleiy siccessful Faroical Comedy, ,,THE MAGISTRATE." floors open 7: Extra Doors o.30,; Commence 7.30. Subscribers-only content

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