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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -.1Aopoiabaun [THE WOaSrIP OF ST. WENrFaRIDE, " The Patro- ness of Ws'eg," or Holywell and its Pilgrims. &c. By Theophilus George Oxens. Holywell: P. M. Evans & SOD.] Dyma lyfr sydd yn haeddu rawy a sylw nag y Mae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SA4 TLRDA Y'S LONDON GAZETTE. BA-NKRULTP'ftc SUPERSEDED. J. L. Boren, Shqoier'a Hill, Black Heath ' BANKRUJP'S. J. Drilirim, Lower Shadwell-street, Nliddlenpx. butcher. At- 'tormie, Messrr9. Bull, feol!es-sfreet, Cr'vendirt-."Pqnarl.. J. IAa tron, (Girvesenrd, coach-maker. 'Attorney, NIr. Yatman, Arint dei-st reet, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO LET-~-DWELL1ING, HOUSES A1ND LAND. 1fDGBASTON (No. 7, Chad Rload).-Well-slituatodanl ts .E .dns otiigtoatcbxrofivech br, stabe. hrnes roo, lot en maSa roinpoultry hos1 n rn,- lime, lirininhaio. 27220 jN end jiettyidge, Te~~~mpl-eta pinn aiu. ciily go recopt bed ~rDMtooMils. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f,'I T'RADE OV THE TOWN AND DISTRICT. | BIRKIINONAm. Frrday Evpning., t r S oy, TirE tone in most manufacturing branchea continues far i Iby from brisk, The Blanohester cloth market ies. been ~!moderately stilady this week, at low Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -- -- -- -- - - - - - - FEMALE LABOUR IN THE BLACK ' COUNTRY. Arc .I. . I S 1A tosi h1l. I. Vh. tAprNn T-m Last night a public meeting was held at the Queen's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDRESSES. THE NATIQNAL PROVINCIAL SUPPLY ASSOCIATION go th DEST EtOrJSt in the MIDLAND COUNTIES for GOODS in any of the following Departments, and tc the. Ptoea chaged, i a ll ee, ae ona mete oo~niuion on those of t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FEMALE LABOtJR IN THE BLACK COUNTRY. Thousacuds of females, old and young-mothers and iehghters, with little children by their side-toil by day and night, in~oee part of the Black Country, The female esajiworkors in East Woestershire and on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SITUATIONS VACANT. Q ote th Dialingomn h anfcurnand Soict Oris.! fled S.M, Daily Post _________D~ IVy THTWATCHMANO.-Wonted, a strong,-active, young IMiniT N dde~s, 0. 78, Daily-Post. o2134 Wned, for a country Water Mill-Ap, ~ ] 1plolg-DOY Wanted. Must write Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LET-_ 1ill Covenitry Vwtd'c. '. i .'iC . Oittiil~f"I'1 adaprted for rj:: 2' OT,....I,'I _- . 820 or Oi t' let at oiberaly considered.-Heudric b~To~iif"TeC l.TailiiltanilttHoue, Brioad t ujt, 2. cautIOnS tut.- r5.ittL~ ' 11~~~i~i rting roomns. threebdrom ii'2f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE COLLIERS' STRIKE. mna col The men in the Bloxwich and Pelsall district, with the hie jVO exception of those at tho P'elsatll Hall Colliery, who hol1 remain at wvork at tho old rates, aire still firm. in their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AISANDLANDI _ - ~t,0~jeter !an Weler' togn, ubut-l --'biltor Sold, inoot evompleto ani toiatr iFj.~laictiit ite recepltionu, eigt, -lil sialrctt T Fat~ttolcu; mani otabliiiat. P'rice inodit st a -- lcFtr.- 71' IF trip ~- jjItttU inli from1 StAtiti rtio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW PATENTS. ti rdodribfbted bv Mfr. George Shaw) I j t The following Patents, among others, were sealed during the r week ended Augast 7, 1884- o Thomas C. Sargeaut, Stowe, Weedon, Northamptonshire-& a folding apparatus tor tipping, balancing, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FLOR _____ NDPB1010UE. T yeara lease. £C500. Excellent position.-Hlaen, 0lherry St. c43566 1111iREE Tuna, Sutton Coldfiems, for Immccedliat Disposal, proprie- O T~tress retiring, Centrally situated, cloeo to staitions and Four tic Olake andi Sutton Parks. 18t good lunso boxes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LACE CURTAIN CLEANING IN PERFECTI03. Is. PER PAIR We beg to call attention to our REDUCED PIIICE lIST and new Syatem of Stifeuinol Lace Goods, by whicit wae i part a very IIUPERItUft GLOSS and render the Caioni DAMP Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VrfIElNG11HOUSES ANI) LAND. 5. Ft or Laiiid-fgk3IOISsti - ftilaliiiIlenci ten recru stabing~, &. Alies liii Fllcilib, 19. ltennretti lull, e313-3 7ioLET o1 FOR SAL~E. . ....... is1 hllliII, iied out-buiildintzica; also abot24 1 frm ures il1 Illd, vvith cottivge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .FOR SAbE-IN~NS AND PUBLIUCllOUSM8 *1-IA.'AL old-eotablished Tavern, near St. Thouta~s Oburelnowith C 'C. modertn.lltted bar; profitable out-door and counter trade. Brew- ing 20 basielos wcckly. In-comitng £25.-Apply, Roderick aend Un' che Con earoa0el.Wi)etnieeentradotdo K loos rni. GeatBar Steet flrit-na.-A Subscribers-only content

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    'EMUATIONAL. ARADISE STREET SCHOOL Ivill REOPEN for P' p,a~rl chatierer October 20. 1'IREXCtAL. MISS WILSON. ]~J~hWAU1lI T. EVrANjS VOICE-TRAINER anti SINGIG.-1eionvat Fern Villa. School r~oil.M~jliy 0 211001,1i~~i71 lidI'ieiley's. Coltnore Itow. 123 Warlvick , 2:inGE AFRAITE IAIL lIfAAPT0N. Thje TERM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOR ME-31A HINEY AND, TOOLS. TO ~'O1L~ (upriht 7-hrse);all ftig;With vertical Elgine, EiD pumps isud govorsoors. Cheap-~~~John Coosere, Wolver- -~ ~~~ansptou. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Mr. It XiGI-,L( hosre veiticali. with new upright bolter; all mnount- 1iD_ W insc; complete for work. ldargain.-John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r PSENESS 9 htet.House an Shop, Reat. ,aesitor st~ioer e9328 *eet WVest, to Let, either wholes or 131iclC Hill. s'.101 and Hfonor convenient bakehouse, area successfolly carried on for some siv,-ates and Son, Housu and Estate oi~hem~. 1153. L-zells Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BRADFORD MURDER. COMMITTAL OF BARRETT The Bradford coroner resumed yesterday mornimg the enquiry into the cause of death of the murdered boy, J ohn Gill Mr. J. Craven, barrister, watched the proceedings L on behalf of Barrett. Further Subscribers-only content

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