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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MMAND PBI-OSS(eontdr; wA2l1, Birninis's Psssionest, z ing March. f Pice up t jUrmES ES FOB SAE,&o (go)for Sale; miter's proofs green- usN rS;cetr;don bs~n; ologo onfer 1 LYrrd--St. Clair, tloeso.Cmley, 126, r Colsr~o 7~NK ctni~lNESto he osld, at Warwick, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pearce. producing from weekly rents. £41. 3s. 80. a y-ear: also the Capital FIELD ink the rear, known as 2,ittle Redhall Wood," containing 5A. Irn., let to Mr. Harlow at an appor-tioned. cent of Li1t. a year; meaking a tota~l Subscribers-only content

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    ease will be do . livered to.morrow. Two sheep were hilled by liglninalg ona Thurrsday, ci o the farm of Redhall, Aytcn pariah, The subarbine telegieph between Jutland aa L Norw a y II row in full working. An Ohio Subscribers-only content

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    the Police Court, before Meesrs. B. H. Ohattoek, 8, Thornton, WV, James, and W. C, Alston, Edward Marsh. O of Redhall, a. merchant, carryingsn business at Birming. ,a ham, was charged with trespassing in pursuit of game 1. upon some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. S.-Thc Dnder will be rewarded on reissrning it to 1. Ilills, Statiolner, Hagley Read. e40G2 OST, fromt Air. Peace's, Redhall Farm, Beech Lan1es oulSunday ramorning, a black Cob, with tree white fetlocks, andbadly- naised knees.-Mioev'er returns hiIwilbRe red 45 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the well, that well a public sewer, to catch 'the necessary, supply of water for household purposes, as at Redhall ; wvells 'within a few feet of evorflow- ing closets, as in Robert Street and elsewhere." We cannot wonder Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iad- Feonda, soi treet. gOHI Gi 10, utnderstands Horses, eble Co bmic wl, ndDrlcr ilk sov in-doors. Choaractsr c8364 required.-Apply, Redhall Form, Bercb Lanos. oF/S fic A-Gin V`OTUTH-ro~specitable)Wanted, ~to bro oy n sn c r a~on j Locrils preforretd.-Apply, Carlyle',v Subscribers-only content

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    NcYitt cast C~ Twilton., Victoria iluildingsl, Tlelmlle RusowH 4-1OWAXAN (yossn. WAnted : rood linlirer ; steady and indaustrious. C J-Appmly, Redhall Ya~rm, Decccl Lane. ifIIICKET.-Groend Mlan Wanted, fer twenty weeks, Where a C.howvler is kept.-Address, stating wagesa, &n., 716, Doily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    death" was returned. OUTBRFsAT OF PLeURo-PN.t1UMONIA. - Yesterday an outbreak of this disease occurred on the premises of Joseph Cooper, Redhall Farm, Ridgacre, three cows being affected. Mlr. Green, veterinary surgeon, Dudley, was called in, sund upon his certiflcate the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MRS. OATES, PERRENS, & WOOLDRIDGE M L--3I~are favoured with inatructions from Mr. Walter 1f, Hicluonan -to SeUl by Auction, at Redhall Farm, liroors aforosaid. on TOES' 7 85 DAY, tise 22nd day of Marcel hirt-the uodermrsotionnd Valtuabe 1Bur 1 Mrrah Subscribers-only content

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    be nominated for re- election, FIRe ON' THSE LIitExg HILLS.-On Tuesday the gorse and underwood on the Lickey Hills, near Redhall, was set 'on fire, aod considerable damiage was done. The villagers turned out,.and after fighting the flames withasticka and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flOSES CA BIGES, &C., FOR 9'ALE (coned) I 1;o~t~lhanev~-Hafdo~m Geldin, 18.2; r years; ,~ perfecly L lif~ ~ ~ Van excellent condition; for 13 C co"'. ~~~~~bradford S'treet. 31 f ~~~rt'VR&V AgnWflt, square-bodied, panelled, movable tar- .F ra~nosps; suit-pair Subscribers-only content

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    - LR. ORSAd mt. .-IED, horion etial Enginte dm dabmeter8i.-Alideras, ati VVprticeldreb~e tberseen,Gretarin.ge. iptong. .Brmmg. -:;Dachieeo maing pand. roihigbll ow 0wt ah risnder -\T r umbenls. Wolverhade pton re 2r&Ap 58 woSemCylinder Patterns, old or new; size of 1d.adil.length Subscribers-only content

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    SITUATIONS. VACANT (conid). Drssa er Dquired, as Hea ~~ knowledge o~~~~~f bodices preferrd ~ ptS~f5~lyif ,tieibl, t Holula, htsand Co., Waric %sr-HA-UR and Naght-chair Frarse-malcer Wanted; constant ii eioysues for steady man. -Martin. W5, B~roinsgrove Sr. cM17 Cj~TrlCAL.ENG~IEKhfl4G, Scientific Subscribers-only content

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    1LICOBLLA.NEOUS ARTICLES (c-Mned. r flyBOXE (cad so woo): aso, lassquantity for Sole a~ng~j~~ivsteFamilies and others Supplied with 2-ton J4~ts~t~irmigbhan. or any Statlon. Is sawn in about 6in. le~tbaSY avig bensawn two years.-Sblloo Stoke Golding, -0~~ae cpitl SopCounters. with drawen; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOT I.-CXADLEY HEATH. - A Valuable FREEHOLD ;PROPERTY, No, 197, High Street, Cradley Heath. Staffordshire (near the Bank., and opposite Redhall HILl Church), consisting of an .Excellent DWELLING HOUSE, in the occupation of Mr. James Smith, at the yearly rent Subscribers-only content

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    Yeomanry Cavalry, under the command of Captain Elliott Lees, M.P., the eortqeo procseded by way of Kinsou and Ensbury to Redhall, on the bordwr of Hauts, from which point the Royal party were escorted by a squad of Hamp- shire Subscribers-only content

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    paffieolars and to-treat, apply to or. R. Onouthwaita, IJ nd Surveyor, Leunby Sout Mllarhdfr or to Dlr Ifdmund Wilson Salicter, Redhall lieeds. (1 0487 So be let. .. .. ,bop0, ?Iouge30 an1t 5opo, 1e3flteo, &tt AN OFFICE to LET, in Subscribers-only content

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    Camf-ron, coal merchant, Alexandra, Dumbartonshiri Grnnt and Johieston, brildars, Dundee Jassies tinay, joiner and brilider, Bnrgher-etreet, Parkheed Wm, Craig, miller, Redhall Aills, Slatefordr near Edinburgh RIobert srotlay Allerdice, some Lism. residn D c r Olok Leodg, Htyde, Isle of Wihit, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before the advent of man and a certain degree of human sivilisation. The lecturer alluded to the discovery of the Redhall cave, near Skipton, and to the remains which had been found there, which included the tusks and grinders of Subscribers-only content

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