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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Teo LET-DWELLNGHOUSES AND LAND. jv ISWORTH Vtill Residences; pleasantl situated: con* J3 a~g tied halt, vestibule, large gardens. ~ne£6 ~ Bi.J~. 24.-Tl. Banks, 4, Cherry Street. 1kqiiO(tE Ro. -Suero -esnidetached Vill; itictilty, I pleasant; every conven ence. £40.-T. faulo,. Subscribers-only content

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    TpoLET-DWJLLING HOUSES AND LAND. ot7~ jigt rolo).105C yrdand garden, with stabling; re- tire-4.Br=elk, Rod oeley poad.0i2 ~ Shppin tO et.8, Bearly SteetWeal. Rent £28.'I Heat-TOLet el-romedIlosaand ldtgo garden. _ DfeAletROWd. 0ilS -~~jdING eus.-31., Coa OfficeLearning ~~~~~~n 260), near Aston, Subscribers-only content

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    livulivollair, fflaill Vogt# WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1860. NEWS OF THE DAY. e TrImLords assembled last night, after the Easter recess; but they did little business. The Bills f3r the Consolidation of the Criminal Law were re- ferred to a Subscribers-only content

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    THE SATUBDAY EY ENI S T. THE -SATURD Y EVE IG POST. in' original tale,'the'eareneefnd~chaaocerc~bf which, are onntected;-with tis~1eltwl e~ isnenced in the next number ofithe'..HaturdayV fl~enr~~j o~~'~4 ohl~frdi'ee to week-~ ~the titl ~ SIB O?~T~voriitale, of the Tthat-memorable~lnddent., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TIIEA'NJU] RONAL, BIRNINGHAM, fUnler the Mauagement of Mr. Al. . Simpson(, , },V liR1TtN (Tbaur'sdty), Februairy 19th, ihe eutortalnmlente will cinsmoue wit~h . "THE UYSTERIOUS STRANGER ;" After wbich the nejw QnuIe Crietmae, PANTOMINI. entitled PITUS-I N.BO0OTS. Lower Boxes, Subscribers-only content

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    I WEDGWOOD MEMORIAL AT EURSLEM, DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDING.-ORDER OF PROOEHDINGS. On the 27th of January, 1859, a crowded and en. thusiastic meeting of the inhabitants of Burslem was held in the Town Hall, to discuss the question of Subscribers-only content

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    RX By osICHLEY AND 00., STOVE GRATE, FENDER, AND KITEC EN RANGE MAKER8, I;ODRSLRXY B1fRNrtHA AI. SHOW ROOKS POR oR>ATES, RANGES, MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECESS &a., &o., CANNON STREEr. Architects. tilders, and Shippers wilt fiad ever? varatf. 85 17IiAWIZNG ROOMS Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. WARWICK. MEETING OF GUARDIANs.-A meeting of this Board was held on Saturday, the Rev. T. B. Vhitehurst, the Chairman, presidiug. The Clerk reported the balance due to the Union to be £537. 3s. 4Ad. The expenditure for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N02TIC TO ADVrTISR3,, U order to extend Still chFo Widely the advantagee Whc the system of cheap Peadavrieet eOers to the Public, we ha, PrePaid advertisementb cfT5 to th Pubil;w have decided to ZAJCE THE CHAdRG for the mazlerle Subscribers-only content

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    mnalediat Cash, a Semi-Glrand PIANO and Ladie3' Gold tW~ATCH, Eet with Diamonds, and Chain; cast 16 guineas within I 5 Yar. Price S psicama Piano in splendid condition; suited to 1,08tom Voom~or ConcertnHall. Price llguiinea.-,Apply,F. Z., cle, lverhampton. c2915 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3) Iv TE CONTRACT-,HAND3WORTf1. --A RE~l. G lacklia~E. 'ith "vr eonivesifeiic. coach-houtse.&cAipy _____ 15, AM Street. li It1Aj~SWJI~Th2A DWEL~iNG I~)USE,, with. four lijeda 1,& Apply, G. ulackh"In. 155, Ann Sitreet. c25ll T forSALE-MAN FACTUXRF of daiif~r To be SLD. Subscribers-only content

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    gabtomtm0,b% %~% fl LLID&.g, LEWIS, &RI gol' UNDHETAXMIS WARWiCK MU~tSA -NEW S2'1IE.T, BIPJU'NGRAN. is PRAMEIR's GUINEA MUSICAL SWB1SCRIPTION `-fletities Subscribors5to eolect and retain as their owDr~oprty SHET ~ by raer cidCo. t th vauco iIVE GUINEAS. thins vizw s-ystom Subscribers-only content

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    NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. IN order to extend still more widely the advantages which the system of cheap prepaid advertise- ments offers to the Public, wve have decided to REDUCE THE CHARGE for the smaller class of Announcements, and to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TENBURY.'i hUDDEN UEATHS. -The sudden deaths of three persons are recorded. Ilirs. Powell, the wife of a postman, died in bed before medical aid could be obtained, supposed from a fit of apoplexy. Arthur Middleton, a young man twenty- Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. (From Tusscsdy Night's Coaette.] BANKRUPTS. T'HOMAs WOOLS and GlrjIeST Rxesiv LkE.HE, Moseley Street, Bir- mingham, fire-proof safe manufacturers, September 10, a 12, at Bankrupts' Court. Birmingham. ENOCia FISHER, Stoke Prior, Herefordshire, builder, September 10, at 12, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N, mingham N.AlIg Woof. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1866. NEWS OF THE DAY. The Inverness Courier states that the distin- guished foreign visitors whom the Prince of WALES expects in the autumn are the King and Queen of DENMARK. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sr'ATE OF AFFAIRS IN AMERICA, _ __I ire Tue following letter has been received by an iron- miaster in this district from an American resident in 1st, hi1adelphia. As will be seen, the writer's opinions is are strongly expressed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WARWICKiSHIRE EASTER QUARTER SESSIONS. These Sessions were commenced in the Crown Court, at the Shire Hall, Warwvick, yesterday morning, before Mr. W. Dickens, Chairman. Mr. James Powers, wine merchant, of Back Street, Nuneston, was chosen foreman of the Grand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vublic Amnotmuxttfi THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. ON EASTER MONDAY, OFFENBACHI'S COMIC OPERA, " TIE GRAND DUl1ClF'1S.` r11rplorleal ty the 11,OMI'ANY FROM Tllt: THEATRE RrOY'AL, COVENT GALlEEN. INONDON. PlUNCE OF WALES THEATRE, s BROAD SI`RIJ'EET, BrlMHNOH4 HM. lole Proprietor and Mlaniager Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMRNTS. For oonaeoutlve insertions of the olaases of ADVERTISEMENTs partirtavrisea below, the following are the charges : *TWO lines (nine wcere~ to, a line) 0 6 Ditto Three usetertt~ials' 10 Ditto Six ineertioua ....... 1 6 Three Subscribers-only content

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