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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -t- upbjbiol ffx tbirw1 ltI Cymerok cd Cad e i<aeth Arglwydd Frederick Caven.. dish le yn Clistsworth pryd yr oedd tua deng mnil sr buiacain o e. r3ehwyr yr bresenol. Dvdd ILu diweddof sgorodd ei Ucbelder Doc o Elioburgh Subscribers-only content

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    THE ELEVENTH EDITION OF GUY'S SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY. Lately published, in royal Ismo. with Seven useful Saps, the Eleventh Edition, price only Ss. bohud in red, GUY'S SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY, onanew and easy Plan, expressly adapted to every Age and Capacity, Subscribers-only content

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    In I vol. small Svo. neatly bound, with four beautiful embellisbments, price 4s. U JUVENILE LIBRARY, No. III; containing AFRICA, its Geography and History, Ancient and Modern. No. I. contains the LI VES of REMARKABLE YO.UTH of BOTH SEXES; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAN VAIR CLYDOGAU SILVER-LEAD L 1MINING COMPANY; Capital, 60,00W. in 6,000 Sharcs of 10?. each. Deposit, 2. lOs. per Share. BANKERS-Messrs Glynn, Halifax. Mills, and Co.; Messrs Smith, Payne, and Smith. SOLICITORS-Msesrs Roy, Blunt, Duncan. and Johnson, Liverpool street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Secord Edition, jastpublished. 8vo. pricl s cloth,, A :RNOtD'S THUCYD1 DE;S. Vol. 1, illustrated by A.- ~~~~~Maps, Notes, 81 Prkr London: Whittaker and Co. Oxford: J. H. Parker. Jus pblihe, ric I.6d I coth gltedges, Fourteent Edition, with Subscribers-only content

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    Gt A M F , D I $ T. k- COUNTYk OF .SURBR:Y- FIRST PUBLICATION. LIST of PERSONS who bave take out GAME CERTIFICATES a 31.13s. 6d. each:- Abbott, Frederick, Walton-on- Thames Agate, WHiliam, Homre Akets, William, Chelsham Allen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS NEWS, RoYAL GooGRAPITbcAL SOCIETY-At the meeting on Monday nest, the 23rd inst., the following papers will be read-i. On the Geography of the Sea of Azov; the Putrid Sea and adjacent coasts, with remarkls on their commercial futnre, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H 0 M E NEWS. THE QUEEN AND COURT. RIER MAJESTY arrived safely at Balmoral Castle on Saturday last THE PRINCE OF WALES having nearly completed his course of military instruction at the camp at the Curragb, will (says Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE COLOUR - PHOTOGRAPHIC COM- PANY, LIMITED. Capital. /25,5oo, in 5,000 r5 per Cent. Preference Shares of ZS each, and 500 Ordinary Shares of fT each. Issue of fi5 per Cent. Preference Shares, payable ft per Share - on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STOURBBRIDGE. HOSrTSrAL StTNDAY.-At a meeting of the Hospital Sunday Committee, on Friday evemng-the Rev. D. Mogusnis in the chair-it was resolved to recommend that the usal hospital collections be made On the last Sunday in October. It is proposed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLITICAL SPEECEES. The Mostyn-Hawarden Habitation of the Primrose I League was iugurated in Hawarden village last evening. The gathering took place in the Foudry as the use of the National School (the only other public building in the village) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT. YESTERDAY. Before T. 0. S. Xynnerstcy and W. lichards, Egyrs, BOBBINGa A MASTaR.-A youth named RIobert uEton, grocer's asstistnt, Cbeapside, was broseght up on a remand charged with stealing 7s. ot. from the till of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE H&UP- STEAD JUNCTION RAILWAY. CORONER'S INQUEST YESTERDAY. At half-past twelve Mr. Humphreys, the coroner, ret sumed the enquiry at the Vestry Hall, St. Panoras. Several of the bodies having been identified, and the causes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ART -AND MANUFACTURES. NEW PATENTi1. (Cowrllibtes by Mr. Geoere Slsow.) The following Patcelts were sealed during the week ending March 13, 1862:- John Smith and John B. Higgs, Coven, Staffordshire, improve- ments in thrashing machines and mills for griediing; Subscribers-only content

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    Vremiwt to be 3let. -~ICARAGE ROAD, Edghaston -To be LET, a VILLA. RESI- V' DlENCE containing Diniorg. I)rawving, and Rtroakfaet Room3. jour Clianibers, Dressing Room, lBstS Kooml, W.C.. -rand convenient 1ioinestic Offiaces. with a tastily laid out Garden. Greesbousse, Subscribers-only content

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    arTuATIONS VAGA1NTi W~A = ,~t uers KcNGE an DRESIRES, i o ottocers tlot O.olliUP" AP dre, back 1. Daily ostr. c7245 'L~CThO-PLATE Traeds-WANTED, a, General WORKMAN; clever Pattern Maker. Fora god Hand permanent altnallon. arid good wagea..-Addreorj427 Dil Por._lI Subscribers-only content

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    TO LET-IN1NS. PUBLIC-HOUSES, &a. 'PEEI2HOUSE (good) to Let, near Dudley Port Station. In-coirn$I ec~vry moderate. Vood business. -A Aply, Thomres 1larford, Auctioneer and Pubicesre' 'Valuer, 4?, Dudlay Strees. West Birowrsi- gCIHESTETI.-To Let. a first-class Corner Pubic rrshdI' N- t.Jt~Otmlhout Subscribers-only content

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    Y__O~LT-BUSIN~ESS FRE1&IUB. ,A,.iTONllflllw Call Proprietors, altd Otheri.-Comfortnblej dYard, ton-hrsel tbl e eryconenCienco ~~tortl~~cr, Pr Ilif maIitcr mvosyl be, take to.-A'.noiy rr, linteei;,PlatwgLane. front, elm dn..44 A.STi~ o. ~ghSt~etNew__Towi)-itPr~ticlae3Sho n J3 ~ nitlieroom ietche, neescllery. four bed roomsn. Hac been Subscribers-only content

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    NEW PATENTS. [Contribstsial by Air. Georle S1ho.] The followin Patents, among other3, ware sealed during the wveek ended M~ay 19,1881:- T'homns Fairloy, Birnmingham - biltons, n attaching buttons to articles of dress and other articles. November 19,18£0. Frederick 1I. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE. 0~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ s NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS,: J9iA t petebs intended for 2cblicatios must be accompanied by g the eaime and address of the writer; ntot snecc.ssality for 'S purblication, but for thc informiation of the Editor, 0 When answers Subscribers-only content

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