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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the s Bandon and Bantry Railway C Hon. Geoffrey Browne, Castle Margaret, county Mayo, Ireland Sir Robert Murray, Bart. Ardley Bary, Hertt, Director of the Oxford iand Cambridge Railway I Sir Henry Winston Barron, Bart. M.P. Belmont, Ireland l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the late it. Prescott, Esq.-Ou, the 6tI inst., at Milend, Buckinglsanshire, Ann, relict of the Itev. T. Hind, of Ardley Rtectoly. OXsFirdshire, is her 90th year -Oi the 15ti inst., J. Mjew, Esq , sf Apton hall, Roclsford, Essex, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farm, Herts-tay Samuel Powell, Esq. 28 Fenchurch street. for Castle farm, Herts LIST OF PERSONS LICENSED TO DEAL IN GAME. Ardley, William, Kensington Barker, Charles, Stoke Newington Barneveld, B. J. 25 High street, Kiegsland Bendee, Thomas, Chelsea Blunkey, Mary, 38 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chsnt.1%hna,6yao hrt 93 ' V. rout Peal at foat.' In folulainb'emho.Wrrtd -ve sound. Goud warker. Any ldudoftstl.'ra.8 lnp-o- 915lires Farm,.Y ardley Road, Smal eth1u1t or,'14 910 raaneerauvi 1.2soegd to 5hpfs tideon ottwne;i TF .i ly 20; Stmnng'd Wa 93 troug's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADESEN'S ADDRESSES. FUPRNISH THROUGHOUT. THE BIRMIINGIIUAI FuANISwNG COMPANY, t 21, 23, 25, Z 29, 31, COLMOBE BOW. CAPIT SHiOW ROOMS. $00 StUITES TO SEYLECT omg0M, fre 6 Guineas to 100 Guineas, T\RA XGi R00OU SUITES, sD lN n 'Tgroetty. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WAN~TED", CLA&0!AVRIBRT ,j)Ar eicularuisc bnerlonw ohe the classes of small Advertisement T paVclr d eo h ollowin~ are tho sepai~d charges A.. 16sWords, Oce . Sd.1 to 32 Words. Once.... is 0 Adiettso, ueet Xsercic'is.. Is2 wOrls Ditto Three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "1WANTED"CLASS of ADVRRTISRMBFNTS lPor crsistoutitse ins~ertios of the classes of small Adveitlgomeot 1 partlcultaised below, the fellowing are the sycpaid char-ges:-- 16 Words, Once ..... 65. 1 7 to 52 Words, Once....* Is. Oa DItto, Three Incsertions.. In. Olt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slm ee resco lnta osntun ielens, the mietmal domistlcT otfices, eawd large garden. lion be viewed any ttron, beauht 0me61 ARDLEY (itochford). -Superior detoched Gothic Residence, o . colining four ehambera, dining and ,hrawling rooms, hite, ns - ml entry, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13-IiBLIO AI[USE~EGNTFL ~AREgoYAL wi~ll E.OPEN for the SEASON i Ni'tSD' Trs Auigust?, witth tbe eelebrated prursy Raise K pnMt a b ~ul 1Meritt and Augustus Harris, entitled ¢Xrcl re0 "YOUTH," *Ihe produced with Noew Company. Scenery, and Effects, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -3 B : E S S: E~~ADRESEt'; ,' " THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, EIGE STREET, BIRMIXaHAM. a I it lad long been evidont that the liececsity exlited for such 3na Etablishment as THE NATIONA1 PROV dIMlD SUJPVtL S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~'WA.NTED" CLASS of ADVERMSE, MENTS For eeensestles ineertlonsc of the slasees of small Advetsmn Iartoloatsed below the fOlDinwle are thoetoreaai ohlargeea :a-6mn A '6Words. Once *...... 6d. 1 7 to82 Wordsonce,. is. M£yer Ditto. Three Itiseriotlns.. Is. 0a Ditto Subscribers-only content

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    ;cLacock ; Wednesday, 15, Shlpton Mayne; Friday, 17, Erlestoke; Dr Saturday, 18, Hullavington. usl ICESTRese (at 11).-This day, November 14, Ardley ; Thursday, or 16, Edguot Villagea; Saturday, 18, Fesnycompton Wharf. COTrSWOrLD (at 11).-Wednesday, Noveusber 15, Combead; 11Saturday, 18, Dixton Subscribers-only content

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    ADDRESSES. I Sb THE BIRMINGHIA3 FURNISHtING .f COMPANY, COMPLETE HOUSE AND OFFICE FtJRNISHERS, r 21, 23, 25, 27, 20, 314 COLMORE .OR, BIRMINGHAM. 1o0 The Cheapest llouEe In the Provinces for soundly con. sbructed Modern Furniture of ertistlo tdesigc Subscribers-only content

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    FOR SAsEMICELLANEOUS.. ~ECON~A~DmahoSOY ~t.Bidebad ebonioed, Platetglass1, LJ b1COAck: inh ma e-soc ucine.211,. Mosle Wbie V~ s.Ttct453 --4- ~o D TPR.Ai.i a. C49 lc-OO.Aci~neetr, 211. fIloseley ROi. 19 l~~on Birnsinghlut. . ~~~637 Suite. in elegant blck-and-gold featnes PI On( Cneafcu-~Oge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '.ATBD" GLASS of ADVERT'iSEMHENTS. Vor leeotiee usrtions of thie olasieseeof mail Advertlseinen i VE~rtliclarlied below the following are the prepaidl charges Iin SI 65se the Addreee s IScosnted as extra 131to, 4 one .... 6d. 1?1 to 12 Words, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHU'PING NOTIOES. AMERICAN LINE UNITE D STATS BMAIl. A STEAMERS. FROMH LIVERPOOL WVEDNESDA'5S AND SATURDAYS. For 3alaySis owas iny thet Uinied tt 'Frfilinformisation lsos to reacts any Oboie itleUtd te a a lciot cost ansd in shortent time, appiytoW Subscribers-only content

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    "WANTE D " CLASS of AD FEB TISEMENTS. For ~Otoscutiot iner-ttonss of the classes of Emal AdvertleemenE particularised bel.owthe followving are the prcpamot harges In al Cases the Address in counted as extra . 16 ) rs nc..........6d. 1 Subscribers-only content

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    "WAN~TTD" CLASS of ADVERBTISEMENTS. For consemritfse insertions of the classes of small Adveritisement 1'1 pasticularised below the following are the prepnidi charges In at F'- cases the Address is counted as exr pne..I.0 er an 91 Words, Once . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOR S.AM-MUSICAL INSTRU1=8fl-S at ~smonhly ordisoun tocasbhyer.-Rilley's. J OH Brodwod pe5~snePiac~ote~captaltone: good condi- ils.euotbly toal oat 10.Os.-l~iley, Comititutlon TOIT Brnsread nd ons opeght ronGrad Pianoforte; tri- tI cord thronghout, chee aeio.Ne 4cs £4 Rilayos. ZS1UTH1 American Ora rn tndisrLofl. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRICKET :- 7 Y'ARDLEY v. OSOOTT. -I~lis mautch Waes played at Oseoitt, on TUleda, fiss aftera s very enijoyable game, ended In favour of Yardley bt 61 roes. YARDLEYir-laT INqIssiGH. J. Carter,oa E. A. Gull .... ... o.. h Subscribers-only content

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