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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUBSCRIPTION FOR 1,875 SIX PER CENT. PREFERENCE SHARES OF 100 EACH, Part of 3,750 Shares constituting the Preference Capitalof the CORNWALL MINERALS RAIL- WAY and HARBOUR COMPANY (Limited). Estimated Net Earnings available for the Inte- rest on the Preference Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nORN WALL MINTERALS RAILWAY COMPANY. Incorporated by- Speial Act of Parliament, 36 and 37 Vie. Subscrip- tion of 3,750 Shares of 100 each, being tie Ordinary Capital of the above ralwalllry. Capital of the Company, 700,000, viz. :-3,750 6 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUlBSCRIPTION for 10O000 in SIX PER CENT. PREFERENCE SHARES of 100 EJACH, Part of 375,000 which constitutes the entire Preference Capital OF THE CORNWALL MINERALS RAILWAY COMPANY, Izseorporated by Special Act of Parliamient, 36 antd 37 Vic. Estimated Net Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUBSCRIPTION for ,50,000, in SIX PER CENT. PREFERENCE SHARES of 100 EACH, Part of 375,000, which constitutes the entire Preference Capital OF THE CORNWALL MINERALS RAILWAY COMPANY, Incorporated by Siecial Act of Parliament, 36 and 37 Vic. Estimated Net Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M~asW~~i8 AverlOiU~itSInthe"DalypoWt must do so In *1&drea [cpitl ltte saS iumbr] 18o oftheDaily poet,"' mean tht ajIratOD oot o mde y ltte an Inno other way. "Aply or cidesoat heDaly Pat filo," mensthat personal At3 He cusmneaeE~e.wt oiDrawing, Ptench,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the followiog meaner:ustde o i 'Adrce [cpial itti nd umbr] ffce f te Daily Poet,"' mean tht plnatlon ootbe ade y lttes an inno other way. "Apply fr ily Pot Office"' meansthat pereanal T TltAVELIERq,-The Advertiier would be g~la Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    graoecmemts Abbregsot. FOR N CAMPE5Th, STREET, OR DAMASKS, AT READY-MONEY rnoe MARRIS, BULL STREET. FOR CURTAINS, AT READY-MONEY PRIOM% MARRIS, BAuLL STREET. FOR WRON BEDSTEADS, AT AX6DY-MOzmY Prilors MARBIS, BULL STREET. FOR FURNITURE, AT READY-NONEY PRIMES, MARRIS, BULL STREET Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. Lord Clyde, accompanied by Major-General Eyre and major Alison, left London on Monday morning for Barliu. -Y'imes. SUPsERTITION.-The medical officer of the Sherborne district, Mr. S. White, stated In a note to the Board of Guardians on Thursday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ONE SUMLING ADVERTISEMENT MMh eharge for Advortiseents eomig unader the generel hed of i Wanf4" ts ONE |HILLING for twentYfor WrdS and SrxPn N0Z for every additional ten wordrc. e rates Wre triety oonfimed to guohsAdvortise ento as are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grabcmefn'o Abbst% e%. TURNER, SONS, AND NEPHEW, ALBION lHOUSE, NEW STREET aud i'O1OCKSTER STREET, Birmielphai oaod Stucp BEDSTEADS. 6 ft lila. by 4 ft. 6lu., l6,d. FRENCH BEDSTEADS, fuil size, Igs. id, PRIME FEATHERS., Pd. aim is. per lb. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ONR~ BEULLjANG AIVRIS0D1 ftli chawgefoto Acicertfeisnntnte coming8 unoier thre geetera heIM cof "Wa-nt-ea," JB ()NH BSU1LL4N( for tWentY4Otie ,wor~ej. rinF S1XI'ENOE for every additional ton wOvd~l! lThese rates we ritriotly Cnfineld to utdtlef1iI m a re peteprmd Romnlttatices mav Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ]IYAI And CO 'S DRESS FOR BOYS, Ut ziEW STBER!', BIRMINGHAM. The Jurecile and its' Fashiong Of lyarml and Co. re munoh Tho Juvenile and Z~d for beautY Of etylO. ENSINGTON DRESSES for CHILDREN, K ilt Frencb, Bell, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ONE EHILULNG ADVEMTISIMINTS ENM obarge for Advertisements corning Under the geflerl heate of S6WglatPi te ONS SHILLINO for tweoityour wo°ds as4 Sixxp w for every oddicUttll bn wordp, Teses rates me trictly confsslea to tCh AdVe2rteIell*5 Ut an prep"ld Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0N1 BSHILLINO ADVERLTISEMEENT8, WEX ahurpe for Advertisemientsi uaomLik ti* disr the gon1ral head of 4"Wanted,"' is ONE SUILLIN4U1 for 16wentyrfout vordf, aud Sixp~Ncll for every additional t0n wordn, These rates are strictly coutivod to suohAdvortisementA M are preopicd, eruilttsanus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    publitc toticet. GENERAL HOSPITAL, BIRMINGHslaL Friday Septeonber 18tb 18u3. AT a QUARTERLY and ANNUATJ BOAMD I. A of GOV1*lRNORs, beXd tbisdlAY ,, T=E REV. DR. MILLER iTHfE jifAtR; The Minutes of the last husiin1 and eubseslteft SpeC1 anBd I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEAP HORSE BUG5 AND CLOTHIDTO ~~~~~~~~~~ CLOTHING. Sihe largest ard chsoepest Stork of HORSE RUGS and CLOTlING in theMidlanrd Coun1tlos, at TU RN E, SONS, AND NEPHEW'S. HORSE BUGS. Is., 4s. Gd., 5s. 0C. G3. 06 EXTRA SlZ, Sa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JON ES AND WILLIS . TEMPLE ROw HOUSE, BEG to nnounc that they are THIS DAY OFEIUlNC IN ADDITION TO THE REMAINING PORTION OF THEIR OLD STOCK, SEVERAL CONSIGNMENTS OF O I CE NE B W GO O D Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wlbtnitt1'0 ,bbregto. ARRIS'S (HAIR WAREHOUSE, M . . 20, BULL STREET. CHAIlS FOR DRAWING, DINING, BED, ,BIRA 1KAST ROOM, AND KITCHEN, IN EVERY STYLE, Easy Chairsa Rocking Chairs, Folding habirs, Ladlos' Chairs. Arm Chairs, ChildreO's Cbairs, Astloy Cooper Chairs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ONE SHiLLING ADVERTISEMENTS. The charge for Advertisements coming under the general head of "wanted,"1 is ONE S1iILIAING for tlV()ntY-f~l~r words, and SIxxrzNcR for every additional ton words. These rates are strictly confined to such advertisemetlsit I an are prepaid. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TEUPLE RO1VW HOUSE. O°NES and WILLIS, beg to announce in conse- D. en!c e of rit bayngI bee abZla to 0o1"Plecl,byteim epecolfid for Closing. LARGE ORDERS IN' THlE DRESSMAKING DEPAPTMENI, nat theIrROOMS 1 rIll IREMAIN OPEN, for the convenience Subscribers-only content

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