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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; there are now eight corpses lying in the Stone-yard, near the Cholera Hospital. Several cases have occurred ii the Tolver of London: Oi Wedtesday a soldier of the 2nd Grenadier Guards, named Weedon had an attack of cholera while Subscribers-only content

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    a lortified Chaaberi tke oo of Gb raltar. Atnigeht the Bridgecill be illuminated. An eaccurate represecn- tation of the Porcelain Tolver at Nnnkin and grand Pyrotechnic display ef also Siee of Gitraltar bev Messrs Sotlby, from the onoaeenoement of the Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas, Vice-Adml. Richard 3 0 0 Thompson, Frederick, Esq... 2 2 0 Thompson, Capt J. T., R.N. I 1 0 Tolver, S., Esq. ... .:.I1 0 Towissend, J. V. S., ERq. ... I 1 0 Towry, G. E., Esq., F.R.G.S. Subscribers-only content

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    at Botley, Mrs Westhrooke, 80- On the 11th, at Brentford, Mrs Carter Lewis, 86-On the 16th. at Great Yarmouth, S. Tolver, Esq., 86-On the 17th, at Blackheath, N. Geary, Esq., 88-On the 17th, at Harrow Weald, Mrs Doe, 92-On the Subscribers-only content

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    the next lughest-scorsa -.Cor- 1i, t oral Barrow, lat Cornwall, 27 ; Private Hlaines, let Wilts, B 23; Lieutennt Broadbont, Tolver Hamlets, and Colour- F, sergeant Smith, 6th Surrey, each 22. The eventual61 hi ' winner, Sergeant; Laurence, let Dssmbarton, Subscribers-only content

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    FOR BAL-INK1S AND PUBIOJ-HOUSES. P LLSHeadCovenry Bed, t ree mles, from -New Street: H .1) flohig a profitable bONiO55 Lo c8yars. in-coming about I1,000.; part can remain.-Aplsly, Rod Oltk anod Son. c1934 (estal C PTLCountry Roadside Inn--The Cock and Subscribers-only content

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    bargain to imuierd atepurmiieer. Leaving Elrmiln am, -Excellent, e ance-Beukse, Cureo'al 1B IL B~EErlOUS"f, -For Sale, Aston He ll Tavern Tolver Read, Asten. - LIIn-opining about £140. Leases 10 years. R~ent £25. olf04 MERLCNE (Guit-doer) for Sile. LEasel. Brewing 600 Subscribers-only content

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    I...~enu I,,reu ,itl to tlbo-atly tr~ao'l -ot- iNo othe tir 10del ipply.---'ddreat, A, L., CUra Of Mr. Abitlttt, 7, iUiOl Tolver btructt Lofidot, K C. Cliii ANTED,ano AGIES 1. to tieti on COtocubica, Minirl4T autl ehk-r W~ Timber attd Cite Subscribers-only content

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    CHIEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. For cunpst'cltive insertions of the classes of ADVJEJTJSEMENTS particolarisod. below, the followin- aric toe char-es:- a. d. Two lilies (ninie words to aI 1imm) ...... 0 ( Di ttn Thlree iusertioins ...1... 0 lDitto Six insert-ions Subscribers-only content

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    His Worship the MAYOR of BIRMINGHAM. His Worshin the MAYOR of OXFORD. The Right Hon. the Earl of Sir Robert Tolver Gerard, Hart. Denbigh Sir Charles Wolesley, Bart. The Right Hon. the Viscount, Sir Edward Blount, Bart. Campden. Sir Geore Subscribers-only content

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    CHEJAP PLZEPAlD ADYVE1IIRTSE NTS | I ;'or eonsecutive inS~rtiOnS of the classes of 9 ' AD.ERuTIS.IEMENTS narticularised beloaw the. c S~ollbwing are the charges :--J. l -i '2 lincs (eiqlcordeto a linc) .......,,2...... ; 0; ¢ Ditto Three iCeriiol.s Subscribers-only content

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    the Tord Donnet Sir Chrles Clifford, Knt The Right Tlon. the Lord Uerrles. John Tlisot roster. Esq., M.P. Sir Robert Tolver ierard, Bart. 11D Fitvlrero, Esqi Sir Charles Woelalni TI3rt. Robert Eserkeley, in q. Sir Edivard Rlnunt, Barti. John Ponds, Subscribers-only content

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    CHRAP PREPAID ADVZRTISEMANT& FMa Wmseullu lolsistle of libe clsews of NmW Advalum~ vitrttoaia~led below the W~lowing wxe the prwiiat charme 26wodOi . l18 od, ns.. . . Ditto. hree leeetlons. Ia(d itTres~euss s IC. 1EItto. Siz Insertions .... Is. Subscribers-only content

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    ALLEGED VIOLENOE AT THE IVOLVYR- RlAhPTl''ON IVORKHOUSB. Yesterday, at the usual )voeldy meeting of tilo Tolver- hamiston Guardians, the Clerk aninotincd that lie had receivedl a letter froin the Local Government Board inti- mating- that Mr. Long inspector to Subscribers-only content

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    W. Itieriatll. M.A., reActri. Jirlohson Williant Irate, of thit trotr. tor limi Lircly, eldest, rimilliter of .foht Sprittle, of the Tolver Rrot-d. tft 1{er~sr;Oettt)hlif __tO n.-f the hil Intt.. at Holy 'Trin~ty Citirrchcl Covn'ctry thly the R1ev, F. Rearirnori. Al.A Subscribers-only content

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    county in 1808. 17e retired in 1872, and was succeeded by his eldest son, Mr. W. F. Tollemacho. Sir Robert Tolver Gerard, Dart,, is the thirteenth of thlat title, and succeedled his brother in 1854. HIe was born in 1808, Subscribers-only content

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    il-lthe-Tree, at 11. WARNwoKSnmnE.-This day, Jan. 31, Snlttardeld; Tesday, Feb. 1, Birailes: Thursday, 8, TattoU House; Frciday, 4, Edgehili Round 'Tolver at 10.45. WlILA.ATLAND.-Tuesday, Feb. 1, Lonlchoptoe; Fiiday, 4, Burwr-,rton, eit 10.50 B uAtuv rslstSIrl c --This dlay, Jan. 31, Subscribers-only content

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    ' rtcilat Lcnsdols errs. SzItOUS MfACEhNErtY ACCIDENT. -Yesterday after- noon a youth natised Willianm Tollinger, who lives at Spro.gg's Iuildings, Tolver Hord, Aston, nuet with a serious accident. l-e was employed at tlie shoi) of 'hhr. Tluoilas, boot andl shoe Subscribers-only content

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    bys 10) Wedoci Maged100) IdeSy a 100 613 RatheieMnciee Ia1otc 6Dsterccc-ico Ida see, eD~dei oeSeesaksc 610ee cOract.ndio safe Daenhe 4 Tolver afie1d agetst lb. egs cilbP Ponteoy 6a 12 7 ene ixn 10 0au Libter afto rDcmer.. 27, a 12 Subscribers-only content

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    granted of the will (dated 9th h April,1884) of the Right HIon. Robert Tolver, thirteenth v Baron Gerard, late of Garewood, Lancashire, who died bn C the 15th ult., aged seventy-nino years, ab his London ii house, 16, South Street, Subscribers-only content

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