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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ELECTION INTELLIGENCE. PETITIONS ABAI5DONED.-B.lackburn, Lancaster. NE:W ELECTION COO3MITTEES.-BerwieA-on Tweed.-Busry St Ed- I ssunds.-Clitheroe.-This election took place on Saturday, with the followingresults: Aspinall,215; Foot,208: majorityforAspinali,7 -Plyninuth.-The polling took place on Thursday, the candidates being Mr Roundell Palmer and Mr Subscribers-only content

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    ?'Nbfdd 6ROw. WILLENHAILL. MEETISO OF THE1 LoOAmI Bwo.m OF IIEALIIJ.-The usual fort- nightly mceting of the above Board was held oln Monday evening, under the presidency of Mr. Jeremiah XHrtill. The other members present were 2.essrs. E. Foster, G. Subscribers-only content

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    .l'Wrid 14W5. DUDLEY. TsenBrocsrososMUnRDnere-TIse inqueston the bonyof Willim Collier, the unfortunate mal who was murdered at Brockmoor oil the night of the 10th inst., was resumed yesterday at Brocklmoor House, before T. M. Phillips, Esq., but the proceedings were Subscribers-only content

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    THE BIRMINGHAM MOURNING AND FUNLERAL WAREHOUSE, 42. NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM. * B12 A C E and B A R K E R respectfully announce that they are now showing WINTER NOVELTIES in each Department; ermprhing v A vI OUS Subscribers-only content

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    vNistritt LAMS. DUDLEY. INsOLVENTS.-Tho following insolvents applied for and re- ceived their discharge, unopposed, at the Worcester Insolvency Court, yesterday, before G. Bryne, Esq., Judge :-Wi lam Coriett (sued as Matthew Coibett), late of Hagley Street, Hales OCven, small Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. NOT [ IC E. During the re-building of our premises the business of the Joureal and Daily Post will be transaeted at No. 6, Cannon Street, where advertisements and orders will be received. WORCESTER. INQUEST A'A THE Subscribers-only content

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    THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. Under the Management of Mr. Al, H. sixirsoq, Jtsa. FlIEST INIGHT OF THlE -ENGAGEMENT OF TILE EMINENT TRAGEDIAN. M.CIEESWICX, Whlo canl appear for ,x minated number of nlights only. HIS E E-NI-(, (M NDAY) 8eptniber4, will Subscribers-only content

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    331IN1MINGHAM AND MIDLAND COUNT'IES ST. PATRICK'S BENEFIT SOCIETY. A SPECIAL G~ENERAL MEETING of the Members t4 rte bov Socety fo thefurhorRevSion of thle Rulies, dill -'ten ON~AY 60'olNl NxTDecmbr 13, in the PRIORY to tie taken at DiorliAtpet Stoven. Subscribers-only content

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    'Public ;9otict. TUEL SCOTTISH WIDOWS' FUND MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY has juetpublisbed A N E WP R S P E C T U S, Decially suited to the Present Tiues. 2 his Prmsmitis siwSiitS Mre Dotr-Vrnts ftcessarSlt to et Subscribers-only content

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    W ANTE ,Telv drtcaeeprind BA 'sAADS also Show t0 ieasfe h otcmn -dRoasa arlltural 679, atOxfrdcommencing July 18 to 23.-Ades toC. 7,Daily t'est. cltiT BARMAID.-Must hveo bad Hotel experience, thoroughely wall ,"aa~rcomaoned.and not under 25 years of age,--Applp. per- Subscribers-only content

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    SUPPOSED MANSLAUGHTER AT WILLENHALL. Another tragedy has been added to the long roll of cnime in which the annals of Willenhall are so con. sp77uous. The victim is a stonebreaker, named John Puralow, G2 years of age, who resided Subscribers-only content

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    .j'ORlTING INTELLIGENCE. RIDGWAY COURSING 0L5LUB.-LYTHAM M1EETING,.--Y YrsT1irtDAV. Tho Ce.erros CuP, of DlE. bs. reu;l with a piece of pilte. value i35 gcsnesms, presented by the gentlemen members of the CHliton Stunt, and £25. added froue the flunds of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RhACING NOTES. Thle sun thits morning irhorne with great power. and roado the grorund quite soft. To keep) it fin good condition a quantity of sialt. luie bean sprhl'kiled over tire course. Thorn is it little frast Subscribers-only content

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    WALS ALL. Asornmnn MArET Scorsesr'stc.-Leost night a public meeting wits held at the Barrel Iln, WVolverhamptan Street, to consider the question of asking fora branch market for that end of the town. Councillor Whcway presided ; and there were Subscribers-only content

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    GLEATINGS. Lady Lansdowne leaves.Simnia.for England to-day. Cardinal Manning attains his eightysecond year to- day. The Victoria Club buildings at Johannesburg have been burnt down. The General Baptist Association has 26,782 members- one more than last year. A new convent Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. Sir William Marriott was last night gazette3 s'wr and bailiff of the Chilern Hundreds. wrd It has been decided to hold an exhibition or fnmci and textile fabrics in Belfast in the spring of next year? Sir Frederick Subscribers-only content

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    THE SAD OCCURRENCE AT THE i CITY HOSPITAL. I! - -.- i Alderman Cook (chairman of the Health. Committee) and Councillor Lancaster (chairman of tbe Health Sub-committee) were busily engaged yesterday ninvestigating the circumstances attend- I in-g the death Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. I . dLEAMINGTON. (laorn To HEuonsen.-At the Borough Police Court, yeeterday, Henry Cooper, Eagle Street, was charged with-using a horse whilst in a uni6t state, on September 14; and Ernest Elliott; car-proprietor, Clemens Street. was charged with. Subscribers-only content

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    MARQUIS WELLINGTON. This Day is published, Price only Six-pence, (Fsmhellished with a fine Portrait rf the MA1QUIS WE eLUDttTON. ard containing 24 Pages of letter- ,resq,) Nnaiher 1. rf ! lHE HISTORY of the PRESENT WAR, . ill SPAIN Subscribers-only content

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    ( 11FMICAL, MAN FAC1ORtY. X TANTEI), a PARiTNER in a Lucrtiv' W n~i we-t-H.r blibhed CHIIMICAi. M.NS lAC 17)iIY, the Pruprictor of wl irl. fiuidt it dehIti+ hilo, il Co~l;:uer.nc of E xensions whAich he has bet i t Subscribers-only content

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