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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRINITY SUNDAY ORDINATIONS. LICBEELD. The Lord Bishop of Lichfield (Dr. Maclagan) held his Trinity ordination in Lichfield Cathedral yesterday, in the presence of a numerous congregation of the friends of the candidates. The sermon was preached by the Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE 1,200W ANNIVERSARY OF PERSHORE ABBEY.I The bie-sexcentenary, or 1, Z0th anniversary of the dedication of Pershore Abbey Church ras brated on Saturday and'yesterday by a seres of specal services and parochial fetiie Theoral church isbelieved to avesbeen founded Subscribers-only content

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    SCHOOL GRANTS AND RATES IN THE MIDLANDS. A return has just been made by the Commiittee of Council for Education, to the order of the House of Comn- muons, on the motion of Sir W. Miles, for a return Subscribers-only content

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    grabeomen'% Abbrewg. Jatf publis7erf, sTUCCESS OR FAILURE IN THE ADJUSTMEINT or ARTIFICIAL TEETH; ON WHAT DOES IT DEPEND ? By RICHA RD OWEN, Dental Surgeon; author of " science and our Wants," "CtntributionB to Dental Surgery and Mechanics," &c.; Subscribers-only content

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    BHUNTIG APPOINTMENTS. rhe WmiwioRsuits HOUrNDS, at a uarter to Bl-een.- This daD, March 15, at Gnydon Inn; Tuesday, March 16, at Weston House; Friday, March 19, at Banbury Cross. The NORTH WAawiM HErIRa HoUNDit, at hiter.-Tuesday. March 16, at Subscribers-only content

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    STAFFORDSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. Cr0oXVW COURT.-YESTYRDeAY. DEeoiky.: lP.. T. F. TwVSSLOIY, CUA&MScMA. The Court assembled at nine o'clock. APPEALS. CVA55DTIANS OF EvBnICAM UXIoX V. GuAsED.§Xs OF DuDLEY UY1o0S.-This was as appeal agaiscst an order of the Dudley Bench of Magistrates Subscribers-only content

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    MWATIONO VAUN3T; TOOTI T'AdO._WA7MI) respectable Young PERSON; ASsis.h .u.J~ ~ etal l~orAPPly. from Eleyen till tICt, 18.4Sno TiaLNE) aodtIW MAOt#INIiT; alcii oran Securgeit r on e, otk verisg a~rf~ a y Book Stall. He must b toady, person- Fo~eee Subscribers-only content

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    OrFTATION~B VAOANT; TOYPliners.-WANTED). a oung MAN, to thalPress. -Agplrto TOPrluters.-WANTED, an futoliiae9uTALAD6. asnppreatlceto T the Ptinis weufiineos.--Apply to fdr. W. older, ['oat Ofiice, (4'reat Bridge. ...,.. 13 AN,,)waood TRAN1SFBRRR. to leave the tawee, oaplit& 0'i ~itlcographte 1'rhiters.-WANTED. for a Subscribers-only content

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    TEADESEYS ADDRESSES. DYEING AND CLEANIN IN PERIFECTION. JOSEPH IIARRIS BEea to announe the oompletion at his New Works, with 1argely Incseflitiefor CLEANINGho, LACE, LENO, AND MUSLIN CURTAINS, zBED AND WINDOW DRAPERIEm - FANOYSlUS, GRAPES, ALPACAS. AND OTER DBES£ES, BLANKETS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~'0TUATIOM VACAINT yo~thabou~t 1I, to Attend to c ae %LM t e.aut berosirectablean ebl toredndial SasyW Yea", adIces fsial.ArrsT O 110ii11ad'iac a"tS anetVOadItelligent young PINsa.*-APPl~y, Smith '~d~hamberi~dn. StewBartholomew Streeti. c7791 ~O~tASSITANTWanted, in ano Architect's Office, 'Must rU wrte andclary Subscribers-only content

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    SITUATIONS WANTED. NA.Pianuilst leatl-bery to accept evening -fi~~liiiol r Uwos-.---Wai~cd, anll Hotel only, by a, be ncno--dshevs. la bil. Post 01l1ve, 1ily onse vdirk:gbed) ealsrles lcod lgoodlalent.aac rvell ons-- A Post MUy.__________ cO %t - gIJAI(MAID.]I adlls-ker.Wnted, by t)modlalyai,2.a Subscribers-only content

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    SALES BY AUCTIORq. Doepoatin Seagel~ar, Biinisbam cloe't Stltl.y Statio, P1. M,[,I and five minute' wak Ifrom NeOhels'bu. emns [MPOBTANT SALE OF FIAT AND STORE STOCK. ESSES. LYTHALL &I MIANSELL have received M inetructlons from the Ivorks Commtee of the Subscribers-only content

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    t1o IET-DW E HOUSES ANDT -LAND. 'hi' .,a~i~.eeO irefl~r~w laiiloyStation: live bedr~ w~. . re~ii rom, wo eetitotirooskitchien. larder,. ~~~~~~~i drawing, atd iviSe ce rooms &o. Ie AlPL' I.Saa toad, Sparkbrook. c1085 En. t~~~~itfll House' close t7 Daleall 1lc-Ath, Subscribers-only content

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    STAFFORDSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES. SATUIIDAY. CROWN COURT. BEFormE RIB. JUSTICE BuT.m B'ACTION AGAINST Ti-SE CesnImSNI BAs-s.-A-.nsecy Y. a the Cheshire Baoskingy C07.Painry (Limitrd.).-In this case o his Lordship delivered judgment. The action was brought l by theplaisitiff, a masnfacturer at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HISCELLANEOUS, ~i~etard or te prsentAddrcs o Geoge Dunn, late of )crmegoveStectBiringflm-AplYJ. ay, Rocky Lane, Diieosfm. 00 4SSISTANCE (ATempRry WrxinTed, ianteLadime Schol Goo A MrketBOYYan'0I Bngmiebneghaaayforddrea up 17 D~l toiiiceel-f fand drawing. 1&int be a good digeiplinait.Slr P50) As~ejage attendanee Subscribers-only content

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    SHOCKING CRUELTY TO A MARE, Josephl Bullock, horsebreaker, Stratford-on-Avon Joseph Smith, farmer, CMoero Prior; and Thomas Moron, labourer, Cleeve Prior, were charged at Evesham, yes- terdiay, with cruelly Dil-lreating a mare Ietween tho 2snt and 24tI July. The animaI Subscribers-only content

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    2!: LEAMINGTON. I. . I I:** TRE ARREST OF A BURGLAR,-We are asked to state that Mr. WVilliaih Riley, in whoseresidence a burglar was captured, is not a pianoforte manufacturer, of Birming- ham, as stated in our report of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "CASTE" AT THI GRAND THEATRE. / I Last night the celebrated " Caste" company, under the management of Messrs. T. W. Robertson and H. Bruce, comrnpnced a week's engagement at the Grand Theatre. The splendid comedies identified with tle Subscribers-only content

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    I DISTRICT NEWS. WOLVERHAMPTOoN; IILLTN t A PAtthDof 12 IN eciSE TioMn.-At the ''ut I'olho Court, yesterday, Richard Shaksepre, eoale,d Dudley Road, was s enueoed for treepassisig uPon i and in the .cupatinm of William Bate, of this Leasowes Subscribers-only content

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    PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT.. PROUSE OF LORDS. The House met at a quarter-past four o'clock. THE SQOTTISH UNIVERSITIES. Lord Br.rsouri asked whether the Government intended to propose any legislation (luring tho present essbon for the Scottish Universities ? It was Subscribers-only content

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