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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , ~~~ADDRESSES. ARTIFICIAL TE1,H. B1E S RS , ESKELL & CHITTEY SURGEON DENTISTS, 39, BENNBT2rS HILL, BIRMINAFGHOA. Established Twenty-live Years at the sama Addreco. ALL CONSULTATIONS FREE. ARTIleICIAL TEETH, Encludilsg all Charges, from Ss. per Toot) Constant Daily Attendance Subscribers-only content

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    YUBLIO AMUSEMENITS. THEATRE ROYAL,; IMNHM CARL ROSA OPERA COMPANY. N TO-NEIGIT (Wednesday). at 7.30 Verdi's "TROVATORE." I~~~~~eonora *~~~~~~~~~~~~~D Madanno VALLERT5TA. TO .Ruiz ... r AV~lai EIO5SND* Con d uns .......Mr, LESLITC CR~OTTY. Fjqrndo.............Mr. HENRY P OPE.g~ D Jnoer................. MissLLL&ACoLLINS Subscribers-only content

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    I WARWICKSHIRE MICHAELMAS SESSIONS. | The Micbelseolas Quarter Sessions for the county. Of by Warwick were opened at Warwick yesterday morning. HEZ Mr. T. C. S. Kynnereley (thle dep uty chairman.1) presided abcli and there were also proesct thil Subscribers-only content

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    PUBIUO ANUBEMENTS, THiEATE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. L^AST TWVO tqGsHTS 0OF THE RENOWNED CARL ROS OPERA COMPANY. To-zNsiHT (Friday), at 7.30, DONIZBT'rrrS LUOREZIA BORGIA. sLnuteirezi lBo iai. j Madame MAs.p, Rozz. t ...........n.....5P,.. Miss JOSEPHINEr YORKE. Duke Alfonso . Mr. LruDrwn. Subscribers-only content

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    LLOONNO: G; AZA ETTE. 'T ' (iFrom Last Niigwts G1e;fte.J e - ADJUDICATIONS. r a ndc 11 church Street, manningtorn, Bradford, painter a HARnTLry Wialselow, Claremont, lalifax, sar.ltary.tube maker. OrrAnt.ns Busntflb;y, trading as Joseph Bntterworth. Wood. house Street and Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. / ?n_ T- l fl-n-o I J.'' ' j .5tI l4SJ .L: .I.' (FIrom Last Yriart's G'aSete.J ADJUDICATIONS. Le:wis J. LEwvis, Saer Street, Lincoln's Inn, Niddleser, and Tydfil House, Mferthyr Tvdltl. S RtICHARD HAVAIID, Garullyd, Madssteg, Glamorganshire, Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. IVag Rand W r-,b' ~ fl. I aR (Fronmt Lst Kitilt's Gauetie.) at ADJUDICATIONS. EDWARID NAXLOR and GnizENWvoot SMITH. trading as I :cy Naylor and Smith, Green Lane, Bradford, builders and con- Ad traptors. WItLLLter OLDROYD, HeCltmoadAlike, Subscribers-only content

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    THE DENSE FOG. YnMEROUS CASUALTMES. Birmingham, having been just elevated to the dignity of a city, has taken to itself the prerogative of enjoying a fog worthy of the reputation of the great metropolis. After several preliminary fogs, which Subscribers-only content

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    I LONDON GAZETTE.-MucH 1. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT 188& RECFXVING OBDM3S. J2ns MAos, Egreenont, Cheshire, builder. JoEN BeDFOrLD, Atherstone, Warwickshire, late Watling Street Bead, near Hinckley, beieerehira, beerseller and Joiner. Wr. Hm NSOsN, trading as Charles Hutchison, lately Aston New Subscribers-only content

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    I THE GREAT FLOODS. l' ... RAILWAY TRAFFIC STOPPED. ENORMOUS DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY. £50,000. DAMAGE AT BRISTOL Our Bristol correspondent writes: - The floods in- creased in. intensity at Bristol during the early hours of Satnrday morning, and parts Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE.-MA.- 15. THE BANRUPTCY ACT 1883. 's RECEIVING ORDERS. f WiLiAm HITzAT,Mooks Kirby, late Psilton, both Warwick- 5eshire, publican. e Louis CLAnse, Rous Lench, Evesham, builder and blak- n smith. n EwinD TFriay, of Holwsy Hollywell, Flintshire, book- Subscribers-only content

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    : HEAY THNDERSTORMS. There was a remarkable change in the weather in Birmingham yesterday. During the morning the sun shone brilliantly, and as there was only a very light breeze the atmosphere was much warmer than on any previous Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT _EWS. I EIA~~METH WIG K. SUnoxx Dsxrs.-On Saturday night an old man named John Lunn (70), of Rolfe Street, died suddenly at his residence. FoRxSrsns' PA.ADE.-Yesterday afternoon a parade, in connection with the Smethwick and West Bromwich District Subscribers-only content

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    MR. DUGDALE, M.P., AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. Correspondence is published which has passed betw'* Mr. Dugilalee, Q.C., M1.P., and Mr. Mifred Turland, of Ohulvers Coton. The latter gentleman forwarded to Mr. Dugdale, on the 27 th uit., a resolution Which Subscribers-only content

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    1 SHEPPERTON CHURCH." " E. W. B." (Birmingham) writes to the Starvrd as follows --Your correspondent "G. W. Jackson " is mistaken as to Astley Church being the " Shepperton " Church of George Eliot's "Scenes of Clerical Life." Subscribers-only content

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    BIRMINGHAM CATTLE AND POULTRY SI,;ow. The total entries for this exhibition, which, will be held on November 30, December 2, 3, 4, and 5, show a con- siderable increase on any former year, every department (excepting a few of Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOURNNAL. TIIURSDAY, DECEMIBER 19, 1889. LoCAL. 'WEATHER FOii CAST.-AOrEh-weSTerly winch, Naht: uoIder aed p.:ihaps fogq!/ a- fir?'st, wrind. b1ckhiuq laicr and tcsnperittni& rihnq/. OUR CHRISTMAS 3.NUMBER. On WEDNESD)AY NXEXT, December 25, will be published Subscribers-only content

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    WARWVICKSHIRE SESSIONS. The trials of prisoluers at these Sessions vwere proceeded with yesterday, anid We sebjohin a seminary of tUe results. In the course of the day thefollowing gentleiten ualited as Cosnty Magistrates: -John Peel, Eiq., Middletotn 11111 Cha1rles Subscribers-only content

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    .. WARWICKSHIRE SESSIONS. At ten o'clock yesterday morning the Crown Court opened before W. Dickins, Esq., Chairman, and W. Wills and R. D. V aughton, Esqrs. ; and the Second Court at the same time, before Sir T. G. Subscribers-only content

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    I WAIRWICKSHIRE WINTER ASSIZES. SATURDAY. BEFOBE MR. JUrSTIO WILLES, I is Lordship took his seat on the bench at nine o'clook, ,a the, trial of the prisoners was at once proceeded with. EYTEBsivE ROBRBa Y OF STAMPS AT NUNEATON.- Subscribers-only content

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