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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRM1INGHAM POLICE COURT. YESTE lIDAY. Be~fore Messrs. 2'. C. S. Atmnnersley, S. Thornton, and T. Lane. B incLAaRY.-A young mlan, named IVW 77igian Taylor, a locksmvith, who refused to give his place of residence, Wais brought up charged wvith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I WLLESBOURNE COURSING MEETING The Wellesboerne Annual Open Coursing Meeting was opened at Eiampton Lucy on Tuesday, and the proceedings were broeuqrt, to alcese on Wednesday. The stewards were, Lord Conyera, Sir Charles Mordaunt, Bart., M.P., Captain Jebb, Captain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MMSflES TO BE LET. 3cfETlin teh betl part of High Street, a Lrge1. SHOPl. wt~h J ferisrm dern59 and handsomse Plate-glas ino. Fitin jtay Iso taken or nlot, as required. Rent el0.-Address, 232, D&.liy an 21!iEHoktradPrvso3HO.Bo7ora(o it IPITL HOSE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEAP PRIEPAID ADVYEBTISEMEATTS. For consocutive insertione of the classes oil ADV ERTISEMENTS particularised below, the following uro the charges: S. d. Two lines (nine viords to a line) ..... 06 Ditto Three insertions.......... 1 0 Ditto Six insertions ........... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YILLAGE PRllEACH-IING SIXTY YEARS AGO. When the late lir. Rhodes W/as a student in Rotherhami College, oe wvas disitinguished for his zeal and l1abours in preaching the Gospel in tile surrounding villages, nearand remote. The following is in accouilt Subscribers-only content

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