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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS, WEDNESBURY. TII BRASS BAND CONTlEST.-TO th Editor of thme hirxeyiglixiam Daily .Post.-Sir, Ini your impression of to-day's Post I see you notice the brass band contest which took place at Wednesbury on Monday last. It seems rather Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRINGHAM ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTISTS.[ SPRINGi EKHMlTIOlN. TlinmL Norcex In proceeding to supplement oart general survey of the Exhibition by a more pa rticular examinltion of Icading works, it may heIp t, repair emissions, and atone for some f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I flE BU~ah AT WITE XHIBMIfO , tThe'fraternity of artists who under the above Tame Isvebeen pretty eteadile before the pIiblic nowfor a good many iears, and whose winter exhibitibondpeis to tbe public today, maintains the ebaracter of its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BOOKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. jAmonpg, the namerous Christmas books issued from th e National Society's Depository, one of the most 4suitabie for both sexes and all classes of children is , Miss Charlotte M. Yongte's story of *' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of ~ ~ ~-da On he 3thins.,at MUIgraVo Castle, the CountesS Of MUL- GRAVE, Of a son. a '~On the 4th inet., the Countess of Ducls,.Qf a son. On thle loth hist., at Oakwood, near Stoek[Oort. the lady of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5als bn auction. fly MrT. JOHN DACRE upon the premises of the late Mrs. Attn J Luister, flarewood, on Afonday, Astteest Eflerreth, 1862, ALL the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Cow, La '~tack of Hay, and the Eatage of the laced till Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    `~alt bp Ructioll. Auctioneero' Salo Rooms. Darley-Stroist, Bradford. To Amateuor Florists, Geintlemen. Gardeners, and Nurserymen. Moo-E. HARDWICKS and BEST have received instructions to Soil by Auction, on .tosdory, the Fifth cday of October instant, at their II Rooms, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B ROOK ilid 5OHAL EIL'S Auctionl Salels Of EstaesHoue.,Gtoiit Retslf~nerson Aninuitlei'O AMow' Ac,, VII take pace at arraways, on te firstansiet Tuesday5 of (lili le s Atth Geouge Hotel, Klrton-in-Llndpay. in then coitflW 0I I.Auco, oun A Prdsher TWtcceifirst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FiRaia br Ructiou. Highly Important Salo. Dunk, swlck Lodge yam,m Mfr, TAYLOR Is employcol by the executor of the into Mr.Bavratt, to B Sell by Auction, 7fIRE whole Of the Live and .Dead FARMING T STOCK, `P50t the RlOvt) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LORD HOUGHTON ON THE STUDY OF ART. Lord floughton preiidect yesterday at the annual ti meceting of the York School of Art, and distributed the t _prizes to the succeassful students. There was a large and Wahionablo asudience; and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BEFied f tl113 late Mr. GmO. PRiESTLrYn Lthe llvi~ IonDowsabnry-roacd. are invited to atternd hi, TEn'Et a inibrgd St (llbck. J.AI~~Bxfll wit ADRES theELETORMA of t'e' HUN- StAT W 1W. n FR~t4Y EVNINGAt the Mechanicii' p~,tttfe ethr JOH I3OTERILL, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO £DVERTISEER.. ~elddrerl'l (,rarfijal leftW deed etireber] meant fas ajopr sus a a to -, orite, aned not to aPaty seerson'=4. Ail lilters in nnietl"e t0 Addergiiemeete iJerceuh lien _tntger~ser Yor- rsrsrd,d ts the proper parlics, and 4 li Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IAIVEEEIsExRNTS 3 i TEETH-A valuable invention patented by Mr. SIEmoN bylooey. These toeth are cheaper, more durable, and more comfort. able than any other description, and are supplied from one to a com- plete set from de. per tooth. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jtales bir Auction. This Dey' Moor Allerton and Leiedfi ft Melere REPPER and SONS, To dog I mecsfap), flee Thlird date of Novemnber, 1868, at thsee for four o'clock in the afternosn, in their EAaee Sale Room, Best-parade, Leeds Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    05alts bip Ructfoit. ESS5,HEFFEB &ND SONS, LEMS -an BRAMP0OED. (49 Freehold usatte at CAMrOZu(tbrpe, near Les dkn Old-estabuihed lPubllc-hotse. knowasteWieoreT, tabls reodrma ikn n w Dwelling-oaes, eighteenCottages, Stables, Allotmnt Gardlens, aud valuiabl Building and Aoceom. Ioaln ad n the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE B RITI $H A S3S O JEA TL[O Na MEETING~ AT .BRAD FORD. (Enoicms on wi iScrc Rvrourzlia) The meeting of the British Association, which began at Bradford yesterday, is the forty-third which has been held since the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'I I - 1 -- ,"SK t I Tr?'. 4? .. xa -? s "Slo- - These SersmiiA 'ec ie bped at'the WAkefield Co house on M[onday. Mr. ToM GnLma5 presided. Th low*iRWwaj the only pappfint6eFo heardduriaethIe, a . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PREPATI) ADVERTISEMEJNT& (`0cases tile ovals myst be r'eceived bo/ore tleefiret tncsartion.) SIl'TU& ViNT, APARMET To REH LET., l *W[YCANT, PscXTITs91PS WANTEDn, APAHI LSWANT-VD, MOWRY WANTED, 4 MISCELTASEOtIS WANTS, LN liO EfIA.75 OTHER PREMISES TO BE LET OR ZoL 112?IZHO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'h LAFi, ALDERMAN BLACKBURN~.- Al MNESI,JFIAL ERVrICE will beheld in the Metihodtst ew Coust I tn-lu-i ad. To-morrow launadayl Morning, at Tot court sled by the, flev J. LE HURAY. CtT, 5x.Cd ELI llunSlet-~Iarle.-GEO. HINDS, tir - Cs I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uNSWIOKJUVENILE MUISSIONARY jtythird ANNIVERSARY will be held on Good Friday, J. TVV IENGof. c-iHull. will preach in Brunswick ire hvn'iiigthPiLCBE IN will be held, when ill noiivn-nby the limoa. J. WV. GENGE. A. WA.RD, J. E I \\ Y-i Subscribers-only content

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