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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MEETINGS AND LECTURES. LAND TENURE REFORM ASSOCIATION.-A public meeting was held at Birmingham on the 19th instant, when Mr George Dawson presided. The Hon. yulph Stanley moved-" That the rights of the landed proprietors, which, being the creation of Subscribers-only content

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    ] LA D 1TNURE BEFORM. :'A publio meeting in connection with the iand Tenure Reform Association was held at the Tenporauce l'HD last night Mr. . Dawoon pzesidd'; and the Hon. Lyolph Stanley, and Mr, Cox, of Belpar, atnded Subscribers-only content

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    IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. An important arbitration case was commenced on Tiles- day, and continued yesterday, at 15, Waterloo Street, Dir- mingbam. In October last, a writ was issued in the High Court of Justice, which was intended to bc Subscribers-only content

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    ALLEGED IMPROPER FARMING: CLAIM| I . FOR DAMAGES. The award of the arbitrator (Mr. Mathews, Birming- ham) has just been received in connection with the arbitration case reported in the Post on the 5th July In Oct6ber last a Subscribers-only content

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    NEWBOOKS. COaRI;NNA: A Study. By RIT, In Threo Volumes. [London: J. and H. Maxwell.]. The tht~e-volume superstition leads to curious deivicees, "Corinna " would have sufficed to fll two volumes fairly, Ybut it does not suffice for three, and Subscribers-only content

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    LNQUESTS IN BIRIMIGHAM. Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Weekes (deputy coroner) held an inquest at the Public Office, Moor btreet, on the body of Amelia Cowley (83), who had been an inmate of the workhouse seven years. Deceased was occasionally allowed Subscribers-only content

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    ADVOWSON. TO BE SOLD, on immediate Resignation, the NKXT PRESENTATION and PERPETUAL AD- VOWSOXof A LIVING in DEVONSHIRE, the annual Income of which is between Four and Five Hundred Pounds. Apply (if b^ Letter, post paid) to Mr. Parry, Subscribers-only content

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    * Unicorn and Star and Garter Inns, ~< ..- - WORCESTER. THE Public are most respectfully informed, that tbe ROYAL MAIL COACH to ABERYSTWITH leaves the above Offices daily ; Morning, Quarter before Nine o'Cbck, and performs the journey Subscribers-only content

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    DROITWICH ELECTION PETITION. To the Editor of the Worcester Journal. V Sir, WHETHER the object of Mr. Penrice's statement contained in your paper of to-day was to do himself or any other person an act of justice, or to Subscribers-only content

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    MSI. J. ALEX, SURGEON DENTIST to his late Royal High- ness the Duke of Gloucester, i/ No. 90, HIGH-STREET, CHELTENHAM, TAKES this opportunity of acquainting his Friends in WORCESTER and iv Vicinity, that, in conse- quence of pressing engagements Subscribers-only content

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    PREFERMENTS. ', The Worshipful the Chancellor of the Diocese of Wor- ! cester has been pleased 10 appoint the Rev. Robert Sarjeant , his Principal Surrogate, and the Rev. Robeit Sanders, his ,- Junior Surrogate. i The Rev. Charles Subscribers-only content

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    ONE HUNDRED FARMERS WANTED 1/ TO EMIGRANTS AND CAPITALISTS. FOR SALE, 250,000 Acres of LAND in the beautiful and fertile Valley of NUECES, Western Texas. The quality ofthe soil for all purposes cannot be surpassed, and the climate is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING TATTERSALL'S- Thursday. Liverpool Steeple Chase.- 7 to 1 agst Miss Mowbray, 20 to 1 agst Bourton (taken). Metropolitan Stakes.- 2o to 1 agst Jonathan Martin (taken), 25 to 1 agst Vingt-un (taken). Chester Cup.- 2s to 1 agst Subscribers-only content

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    MALVERN. Akkwal Balis-The Counfy Ball ia fixed to take place at the Belle Vue Hotel in this town on Tuesday. January Bth ; and the agricultural and commercial ball at the same hotel on Thursday, the 10th. Worki\<; Men's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. Citt and County Ball.- This fashionable assembly took place on Friday evening at the Guildhall, its object being the generous one of benefitting the funds of those two excellent charitable institutions, the Infirmary and Dis- Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. t REE M A , s _o*RY.-A meeting of the Provincial Grand tfK o- v° r f stershire was held at the Crown Hotel, on the i 2. th ult. The R.W.P.G.M. Henry C. Vernon Subscribers-only content

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    LAW.- WANTED, by a SOLICITOR a MANAGING-CLERKSHIP, with a view to a Part! nership.- Lex, 17, Poland Street, Oxford Street, London. BASS and TENOR VOICES WANTED for the Voluntary Surpliced Choir of All Saints' Church, Worcester. Choral Service. Some Subscribers-only content

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    MARKETS, FAIRS, &c. BROMSGROVE CORN MARKET, March 19.-An average attendance, but a small show of grain, which sold slowly at last week's prices. BIRMINGHAM CORN MARKET, March 21. - A fair demand for wheat aud barley, at full prices Subscribers-only content

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    WORCESTERSHIRE CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE. A meeting of the Council of the above Chamber was held at the Crown Hotel, in this city, on Saturday, present - Mr. G. Whitaker- Wilson (chairman), Mr. J. i Russon (vice-chairman), Professor Willis-Bund, Messrs. Subscribers-only content

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    Jenw's Wormitx Journal j THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED EINGDOM, IS a CENTURT OLDER THAN ANT OTHER | WORCESTERSHntE NEWSPAPER. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Fob One Year 13s. 6d. „ (bt Post) 15s. 6d. Subscriber, residing in Woroeeter oau Subscribers-only content

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