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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &e. ATTEMPT Tro As9AssgiNArn.--Mr Mullay, a gentleman of some small fortune, being anxious to obtain employment, put an advertisement in thle Morning Papers, offering a douceur of 4001. or 8001. by way of loan, to any gentleman Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NAVAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE. STAFF APPOINTMENTS IN THU INDIAN ARMY. - There have been rumours afloat respecting a measure of no common interest to the Indian army, which is said to be under the consideration of the East India Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BMTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. A a4rge of Owx Smrnraieo, pre si ; sadfor Ae abom- sdi'w0 szot emmding teoney words. For evrj eddiI lohte Aa Inn Sizee rcu. Po"al notes vrwe Ne resamitud p=-s Amwwzmamu ,at be ahrzw bd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gO OS ARRIAGES, &o., -FOR SALE (contd) H AI SES; su~it market, 8denier, carrier, builders atir ltra~n-Se hefn'5: goted Harness DepOt, over Turkish 97 t.E High-class Harness, for gentleman's turnout- stephenesion Establishment, Show Rooms, over Turkish asths~. Bread Street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATION'S VACANiT (conald). 5DYADITRADE. - Wanted, competent Foreman. in B japsaning De~partment in a leading tilcu-Adelnas, 717. D1aily dOKS T)EeT Cototr Mahin Filr, nti oss Stnd eal Filer. Con- ICYCL-3sAM Make Wantd; peooseocy to first-clas mran. LAC SM~ITH orks.-u-sSel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WAi .WD" GLALSS of .ADVrERMSXM"2S. J~r ceexeeeurie insertions of tbe clasacs of smaill Advertsemeniat piarsdbelow the followin wrethe prepaid charges. whiel' as extra: 16 Wo~rds, ones ..... 6d. 17 to S2Words, once. ... IL. Xd Diltto. Thrcxe lnsertions.. Is. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SIMM~fONS 'VAOAbT (contd]. C QIFEGTINHRy and Balina~-Experienced young Lady. for U 5b~~drSnstatin particulars, Butler, 18 HllSret,' -AOFECTOSEIS. -Waned, n exeriecedAssistant for andCsnecioor.Firt~ens Stn.Good referentc-c fl~tPERYWflft~da strong, well-educated Youth, sAer _Dtie; comfortable homc.-Apply, J. Hlurry. Market Placo, nltPF~S pprntce-an ed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOUSEB AND ILAND) TO LET (contdl). 'RM& Bea~d. If ~n~tlt.-Thio Poplaral comn R-JfL ronmea cun er ssam route, ieasanitest Par Of Bt~ TIOD9B, (good) to Lat: ten rooms-, large garden Rent £26 -[L Every convenrienca-02, Sampson lload. SparkbrLk c7940 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITrATI0X9s VACAIqT (doxafd) :M epectable) Wanted. to Larn a iFlirter Man kn n I711' , slf generally u1-rl-pl.bten1 -arend e oel y uT (teg) Wanted, used to horse ; must ko onwi, ApLduOIhmAd Sons, Charles Henry te.c66 VU~sTH (respectable) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H0OSES, OARRIAG-ES, Uc., FOR SALE (cone~d ~NY, quiet to ride and rive:Patn and Harness. Tgte Or.4 -WGOeparte-dress, gm Patost. cha.Adess, -j-Cg)GHIAM-WAGONETTEE a very high-class carriage, built by4 0und. of W~olverhamptosa: carries four inside; most roomy ,,d Cotfornabic; light and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MU=7S~ UL WA2SThTM'TO FURCHASETMOIdi 1D10PX~fY-1ady WantrEgoodoreebold or zAL.wbihcaneea~yramge.-Adred-2. Dailvy m REllEC.Waotea toPreae i od on~bbourbo3-_d W II.~ preferred.--Ades eci full particunlars. 520 TDaily Post, e1141 .aQ USES ANDLAND TO LET. .k-Apply. Davies. Builder, Rolto Road t54 ~HACU o~._Sarkhf-?~o.27. Beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XMLEANEOUS WANTS (couwd% T AD Desre-sCoping.r at home or otherwise; good lclar ad L, rsss-dteS 11. Daily Post. cZit I TAYNDLOPtDS and Others.-Wanted. the Management. Collen- John Street, flockLey. _________________ TAIJNDREi3S (eapierienced) Wants a s sni Washing, Hands- 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HOUSES, &c., FOR SALE (Uwud.) BARGAIN.-Leasehold Property; capital-letting netghbenrhood; nec; 5170. Price only £1475, to quick bulyer.-Gonld, Chrr ROMSGRVE-Frebolddoubletfronted Meoose; about two B atos e Lad. Pice 475-Goud'sEstate Office. Chenry Stree, Birmingham. -"VDIXY earPoprt; godnpiinot CkNLY £420. Reurdfr e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On Wedrcsday seiilnighit, Mr. Won. BalCc, rlamer. of tile Hay Paink, near Inoarcsbto', to Miss Brncc, of Figh Oiln Sunday fast; Mr. Stead, Lslt of Brndford, ti Miss fleauimont, titirl daughter ofsie ilte Mr. Matu'ew Beau- mno t, tobacco-mnanrnfactcrer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW AElMBERS. _ - A .- A__A a. A r - k6 The following brief biographies of Memrbers -who did o not psossess seats in the late Parliament, are supplied by 11 I-the Dal/v ACtea: at Feildlon, Majior-General Randlo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T1II; IRISH POOR LAW-SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST A MEDICAL OFFICER. p RllinjItDA, FRIDAY, D E.. '.-AftR the usinness of tIl wckliy lireeting of the Droghcha Board of OGaar* diansind terminated, on yesterday afternoon, Richard f arrdW ll V e. JP., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FASHION. THE COURT. LONDON, FRIDAY.-Her Majesty the Queen held a levee in St. James's Palace yesterday afternoon. Her lMajesty and Lth P'ince Consort,atteiided by the ladsies and gentlemen in waiting, arrived from Buck- inghamn Palace at two o'clock escocted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *PUBLIC PARKS (IERLAND). WiE have to than Thomas M'Clure, Eeq., Is!.?,, ;for the following copy of this Bill, 32 and 33 Vict., chap. 23-,"An Act to afford facilities for the Establishment and Maintenance of Public Parka in Ireanld':-- ." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS, -MRIGES A2D DEATHS. - . EZBTESES6;- CAMERON-Aag. 2, at Brook Street, Coleraine, the wife of r. Daniel Cameron, of a seon. COURTENAY-Aug. 1, at Eccleston Square, London, S.W., the Lady Evelyn Courtenay, of a son. DOBBS-Aug. 1, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    irtlSs Marriages &-Deaths -,re,,rtfli1t mtdc, t1nis 1ieading are clwrj7ed1 T f ( n - llla77saffes, It Gd; Deaths, ie,1l 71tice, Ps Cd; *bitUyti'CY5lS e a, S 2 2s Gd. In every case such/ ai ieeiifltr te ruepaid and duly Subscribers-only content

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