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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, August 14. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. F. It. and W. A. Beclkhuson, Oxford, guomakers-J. Fleming and J. Fleming, jun. Chorlton-upon-Medlock. Lancashire, corn merchauts-W. Weedoe, G. T. God- dard, acd J. D. Weboster, Combetland place, Newicgton, house Subscribers-only content

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    W. B tIriaeeley Hil1l. -c6fO ~ ;O~lC~~p0ejcjno.-~5Ot~d RsU~lioh B lluineaq. or Mus 1 0~~~~~~o40 __ A Wated tolefl or urcaseconvenient [louse, near :I an aleor oor tobuild 'EJ JJ~~e~01 £7..Ad 62a._ Daily Post, 011 patWnted. iromediately. nMl~r Villa Street, Subscribers-only content

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    nloct ut iotCC~lan Islonds: cound, Waotl ~~~ add c-, s,1 price, 7117, 11fidlaoi '3 ,I,~tt1 fr i hI! clSB Agc~ll *ii nal)o l ,-I nd1ildlWauted, in good condition. CLlcan. l. j. 60169C Alt~m V tedfor IakeroCartbuy orhire.- 0 ILP0os Subscribers-only content

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    ELECTIONS OF GUARDIANS. WEST BROUWsICH.-Tho result of the elections in the: two parishes in the West Bromwich Union, where con. tests have occurred, was declared on Saturday, by Mr. Henry Ward, returning officer. For the ten vacant seats in Subscribers-only content

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    nfg '~ near l3irmilgb am. Wiseso for Pactial C flce w'id i another Accountant upon e(iul o~, tating pilrticulan, W2. .1illy 1l'et. clii? -%si-slt dohe ~ito jlcjl.k two 1,ntct dlIilateil~l or 1're w c lbunt- LSBY) eacl,-Address, 249. Daily Subscribers-only content

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    THE MUNICOU'L ELECTIONS. In sod ST. PAUL'S WARD. tit sty A meeting of the Suppsorters of Mr. Charles Green, tissrt,' Led Liberal candidate for thle representation of the ward in the re it3 Town Council, wee held last evening Subscribers-only content

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    PRIMITIVE METHODIST DISTRICT MEETING. The business sessions in connection with the West Midland Primitive Methodist District Meeting were resumed yesterday, in the Tabernacle, Old HiLl; the Rev. W. Evans presiding. - The circuit re- ports were presented, showing that Subscribers-only content

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    SEDGLEY. A WoRsTrHY ExArPrL.-It-will doubtless be a source of grati- fdcation to the friends of the Young Mien's Christian Association and Literary Soclety at Sedgley and all those who are wishful of seeing pure knowledge extensively dispensed, to know Subscribers-only content

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    WARWICKSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES. CROWN COURT-YESTEBDAY. BEFORE Mi. JU'TICO WILLIAMS. SsENrTN cis.-The Ifollowlng sentences, deferred yesterday, were paesed this morning:-John Iron, for shooting a bores, at Man- cetter, eighteen months' imprisonment;F dwin Dawson, orperjury, et Birmingham, four months' imprisonment without Subscribers-only content

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    D18-ThTC NEWS. H RiERLE2Y HILL. FreREsNTATIOoI TO TB?. REV; E, STrVEN9, CURATE OF HA82S HILrL.-On Wednesday evening last, a meeting of hbs congregation asemmblrsg l Hart's Hill Episcopal Chapel, was hold In thatsplace of vebrehip for the pnrpose of Subscribers-only content

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    D18TRICT NEW. WOLVERE I.MPr~ON. A llURIrAi EOCcETv C~sE.-On Taeadey evening, In the Woil- 7erbacinpon County Coust, before A. M. Skinner, Esq, the JUdge, ThalesWalon a acymaier ofWileuall, summnoned .1. P. t~tei, o Alion lac, DuleyRoad Woverliamptofl, for the paymnt Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. WOLVERIiII PTI'ON. TuE G1AMMAR5SOnROOL ENQUIRY.-WO gave in the Journact of flatnudey last a report of tbs cortiruastion of thist enquiry down to the conclusion of the evidence on the part of the oppeonents of tbo pictorcd Echome. Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. BAN JR U PTS. (F1rom 2'liasdul Night's Gazette.) WLLr.l.TAm DiXoN Fsuarn, Birmingham, warehouse clerk, June 20 at 12, at Bankrupts' Court, Birmingham. BEI:TAMIN BECTOR SIEA'aAN, WolverhlApton, attorneys clerk, Juno 2S at 12, at Bankrupts' Court, Biresingham. Jo01N Subscribers-only content

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    WARWICKSHIRE MIDSUMMER SESSIONS| _~~~~~~~~~~~~ .i These Sessions were commencod at the Shire Mall, Warwick, yesterday. The following Magisitutes were present:. W. Dicking, Esq. (chiirmuan), Sir T. GI Skipwithi, Bart. (deputy chairmanu Bolton Ring, Esq., Sir Robert Hamilton, Bart., K.C.B., Subscribers-only content

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    BILSTON TOWN COMMISSIONER&. The usual monthly meeting of these Commissioners was held in the Board-room yesterday morning, Mr. Wells (Chairman) presiding. There were also presenti Messrs. E. Price, Edridge, Gossling, Thomas, Baker, Bollason, Braid, Butler, and Milward. Mr. Harper Subscribers-only content

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    OF 2t H. SIMPSON. IT711IIB;VElIGAO fodSyW, November 2, 18632 ..' AND CLEOPATRA.` *"THiylslet Diverti~enenlctX entitleel 'THil IL Vi&CGE HARVEST FB8rVA, i& ad conclude with "RINCE v. 1 S ll T ," *...IBROAD-$ 110LRillOh'HAM fUoLX3.-AM= AND3(O M.W.I.SAD OOU U~rROBI WNTDATrRcAOTsuO. Subscribers-only content

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    WARWICK SPRING ASSIZES. CROWN COURT, SATURDAY. Mr. Justice Seating took his seat at ten o'clock. TIlE LEAMIXTGON FORGERY CASE.-Edward Lovell (19), clerk, found guilty, on Friday, with forging a cheque ar £84. 10s., with intent to defraud the Leamington Subscribers-only content

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    ! WARWICKSHIRE SPRING ASSIZES. 'YESTERDAY. CROWN COURT. BlrFOtR Mloc. JUST101C MONT&Gon 8XctH. TEE BIRMINGHAM. MURDER, The trial of this cae was reaumea this morning. The prisonemr -Thomas Maylow, William Beesley, and Louis Bee (a1lWa Gray- 3on)-vwere charged with having, Subscribers-only content

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    DOG SHOVW. The Cattle Show Council lhave adopted the system of "open judging." They admit the represesntatives of the piess osi Saturday, and everybody else ws-boSe ardour is suilicient to stimulate buir to the payment of the necessasy charge, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. COVENTRY. C ITY C OUNCIL.-TbO usual meeting of the City Council was held on'selsday, in thie Justice Roomm, St. Mtry's 1ull; the Mayer, Mr. John Guleon, presiding-1 report from the Watch Committee was read setting forth a Subscribers-only content

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