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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    93. COMMERCIAL INbUSTRIAL, &c.-Atrated Bread, ; .Aluminium. A, ~%Bell's Asbestos, 17%/; Buirnt, 41;% a d; Bryant and May, 13%4; Bryant, Powis, and Bryant, 1 Buenos Ayres Water Sopply and Drainage, 6%. Fret., 10%; Dalgety and Co., 7t8; ditto, 4%. Deb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6%, Pref., 10%ýl ; R. Ball and Co., 6% xad Bovril, 43%, i/ a d: Bryant and May, 13%/6; Bryant, Powis, and Bryant, 1h; Buenos Ayres Water Supply Drainage, 6% Prof. 101j, 14 ; Cantaraira Water Supply and Drainage, 5% Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bovril 41'x da Brazil Extract of Moat end Hide P'actory, 5 ; 3rynt and May, 13%, S/, ,, ; Bryant, Powis and Bryant, 1%; Buenos Ayres Water Supply and bIrainage, 10; ditto, 6% Pref, 104, 'r, ',A , Cantareira Water Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A, 2&%i Artisans',Lbues n eea Dwelfrngs, 115; ditto, 4'7,% PrL 89 1,13%Y; Anstralian Pastoral, 6% Pief., 1%BratndMay, 13&1, ;'.-,P Bryant, Powis, and Byn,1~ unsAe ae Soppl and Drainag 6%Pf,10 ,1 ;Casi and C~o., 16%; Clra irt,7 agt n Co.2 7$j Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Asbestos, *1711 ; Bergvik, 65 Pref., 11R '11)/ ; Brewers' Investment Corporation, 5% Iryant and May 13%4, '184 113-%; Bryant, Powis, and Bryant, "711T; -,uenos Av'yres Water Supply and I)rxinsae, 10' ditto, 6% Prof., 10yz; Colorado Nitrate, '754 Eley Brothers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Land, Y4. CWOMMECIAL,ý INDUSTRIAL, &c.-Ayleshui7 Dairy Company, J-6; 'erg-vik, Def., 13%/ ; Bryant and May, 13'5g, 1/' ; Bryant. Powis. and Bryant, 14ý. 1 ; Buenos Ayres Water Supply anud Drainage , V i 76- dtto 6/ Pref., 10%, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Extract of Moat and Hide Factory, 4% ; Brooko, Sihapson, and Spiller, 2'7; Bryant and Mahy, 13%, %, 3/ .Bryant, Powis, and Bryant, 1; Buenos Ayrcs, \Qater Supply and Drainage, 6%o Pref., 10% ; Catalinas;. Wrarehouses and Mole Company of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15, '8(4 ic , j-8,'19, 18%;, Y16,s '4/, 19 ; British Borneo Trading and Planting, 193~ a d ; Bryant, Powis, and Bryant, 1T4 ; Buenos -trees Water Supply D~rainage. 6% Pref., 10; Casasfli and Co., 17 ,~ Balg1ety and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14'4, 13 ; Bell's Asbestos, 18,A, 18S; ditto,5% Dabs o Bos. d0 , 4,,': Bryant and May, 13"4 '', /Bryant, Powis, and Brvant, 1; Buenos Ayres Wa'"R Supply and Drainage, 6/ Pref., 10%, 10, r's;' Catislia~s XV arohouses vai Mole Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    61, 1/4; Bell's Asbestos, 173, 4, 3,4; Bergvik, 6% Pref., 11%; Bosril, 5%4; Bryant and May, 1531' 7s ; Bryant, Powis, and Bryant, 1in; Buenos Ayres 'ater Supply and Drainage, 6% Pref., 10 ; Catalinas Warehouses and Mole Comnpany of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dairy, 8, R. Bell and Go., 63!2, f/ Bergvi, Z%~ Pt-sf., 11'4~; Bryant' and 'May, 134'g, A, ¼.1~ ¾ Bryant. Powis, and Bryant, 1 ; Buenos Ayres Water Supply, 6% Prof., 9T, 10~,~, 91'4; Cantareira Water Supply and Drainage, 5% Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ayres, stating that 26,500 yards of tramway lines had been laid in complete to end of last month. Messrs. Bryant, Powis, and Bryant have declared an interim dividend for the half-year ended Septem- ber 30 at the rate of 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bell and Co., 6%; Bell's Asbestos, 18 *18% ; Bovril, 51%; Brazil Extract of Meat and Hide Factory, e5; Bryani, Powis, and Bryant, {; Buenos Avres Water Sutpply and Drainage, 9% ; ditto, 6\ Prof., 9%, -f_, 3 ; Cassell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shaw, Messrs. J. Leckie, J. Scott, J. Kilboorn, T. P. Brownhill, B. Hawkins, H. I). Clark, P. Weaver, J. Bailey, Powis, J. RobArts, McKinotry, J. Jones, W. H. Brown (ae retary Liberal Association), &c.. and many ladies. The Secretary read Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    consists of the following Peers: The Dakes of Somerset and _Nowcistle, Duke of Baccleuch, Duke of Montrose, Earls Stanhope, lloinley, Powis, Grey, and Granville, Lords Dononglmnore, Ever3ley, Wodehouse, Redesdale, Portiana, Stanley of Alderley, Belper, and the 'Marquis of Clanricarde. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b. Griffiths . 11 2 b. Grifflths ........ 1I O b. GriHtiths .........O 0 b. Grifflths ......... 3 O c. Powis, b. Cramp. 3 2 not out ................. 3 O b. Griffiths ................I O Byes, . 2 21 Total ...... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court, yesterday, before J. Leigh, Esq,, the Mayor (NE. Ironmonger, Esq.), and S. Cart- wright, Esq., two respectable-looking men, John Powis and Join teddingion, were charged with assaulting' Mary Ann Alliungton, at Blakenhall, on the previous Wednesday. It appeared that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    announced elsewshere. The High Sheriff of Warwickshire, the Marquis of Stafford; thie Earls of Shrewsbury and Talbot, Denbigh, Westmoreland, Craven, Powis, Beancleamp, Howe, and Liclifield; the Viscounits Comnbermere, Lifford, Guernsey, Ingestre, and Curzon; Lords Willoughby de Broke, Hatherton, Wrottesley, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tbs slightest camse. WILLENHALL. DISCORDANcT HssmAXCeNeST.-At the Petty Sessions, yesterday, before the Rev. CG. R. Fisher, a youth, named Tanses Powis. charged Joamsc Gougin with assaulting 1im on last Clerietenas. From the comnolalnant's statement, it appeared that he and another Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - the Lord.Chancellor;-the Marquises of Salisbury, Bath, Exeter, Ailsa, and Downshire; the Earls of Carnarvon Eglinten, Hardwicke, Cardigan, Delawarel Lolisdale, Powis, Lianesaborough, Mahuesbury, Rosslyn, Stradbroke, Donough- more, and Amherst; Visoounts Hill, Gough, Hardinge, Comberrnere, and Lilford ; Lords De Roes, Subscribers-only content

 

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