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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THr WPAT'N'-ML BOILER EXPLOSIONS IN BIRMINGHAM. Therewasa rise of temperature in Birmingham I yesterday, but it followed upon another intensely cold night-or, rather, early morning-when a point was reached which is stated to be the lowest for upwards of Subscribers-only content

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    KEIGHLLY. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. STEPHEN SHARP, Otn l'errinesduy 11we Thirtieth Day of November, l80S, at whe I)eonsshire Arms, in Neighley, in the County of York, beltween. the fTours of Ieicr and Seven in the LlEaeninl, Subscribers-only content

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    5- Par Astliniw, Cm' la, Cold's, CoisuitIo le. and other Disorders of (lie Breasc eid Lungs. bg OXLRY'S PECTORAL ESSENCE OF is x) PONTEFRACT LIQUORICE-ROOT; In- !d iented and prepared by SAMUEL OXLEY, Het n Majesty's Chyattist (the Inventor Subscribers-only content

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    TiO Tlilj -P? zi TO T E -UbiLIC.. ~7 RKS lately PITB4IIS.HE D b dCl ft ANN, jct, St, and.ondon and to be ltid of~ Robinson and.Hernamanan Leeds, PICTIMESQUP ILLUSTRATION'Stof BUENOS AYIRRan(ldMON'tlE VIDEO; consisting of TUenty. four coloured Views, Subscribers-only content

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    -SALES BY AUCTION. FHOUSEHOIXD FUR'NITURE, &e. &re.-Dv 0. MfTTVRE, lot '.t his Corinmeoivil Sale-Itoom. stecne~s !Buildings, Leceds, on Monday, December LII, 1824. at Eleven o'Clock, AGenaiitl ASSORTMENT of Second-Halid HDl~USEHlQLD FURNIT1URE, the whole of which Aitib found worthy of Subscribers-only content

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    If 0Th ursday, .the 14th inst. at Bortishain, near Newinat- bet, the lady of the Rev. John Hailstone, vicar of that place, of a daughter. Iar vt cu. P This morning, ait the parish chinch, Guiseley, Mir. John 0 Subscribers-only content

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    WELI OUH AIJSTRALIA.--The SAi~s oF Gat LADllthis flourishing young Colony are progressing TO] osrpiy:700 Acres per Month, during the First Fear inul- M1onths were sold; 1200 In May, and nearly 6060 In the Month Six of June. Early Appclicattts Subscribers-only content

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    HUDDERSFIELD UNION. Monday last being the day appointcd for the election of officers of this Union, considerable interest was excited in tise .t neighbourhood as to the result, and when that result was itnown, d great and general dissatisfaction Subscribers-only content

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    1373CRBEN, NEAR KETTLEW5ELL, CRAVEN.-Ill Vr. JOHNL TIRRfY at the Howse of My. Wmn. lis11. the Old Cock Inn, In 8B2ckde aforesaid, on P.iflay. the Pf~ttend Day. of, Mareh, 11130, at Five o'Clock lin the Afternoon, (eubibeeto svuch Con- di1tions Subscribers-only content

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    Srtojs. On the -2nd Inst. the lady of J. H. Hill, Esq. of this town, of C same day, at Poutefract, the lady of Win. Dunhill, Esq. of a daughter. It On the 26th ult. at Caike Abbey, Derbyshire, Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON DIRSSIONARY SOCIETY. T ~R Comittee of Arrangements for the AN- NIVFSAR of he est idig Auxiliary to this geeley.to ie eldin t~'tdfrd.en ia th, 11th, and SIM June, ~ hapy o anouce tatin ddiionto the Ministers muen. tieedInpreils Subscribers-only content

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    on the lath Insd.,I'Wlo jiet Rladfrd- o a onAnd heir.- . lan i~okd place, London, thie VisECunteis Hereford, of 1 ', On the l1 'nat;', at Remptown, Brighton, the Lddy'ot Sir Win. Pallet h.p.j, of &sen. s .O the Subscribers-only content

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    55160AMa Notices.otu up-of iAIDLAND RAILWAY COMPANY.-At a impori MLJ SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the Proprietors. Of the 'of the MIDLAND RAILWAY COMPAINY, convened by the which Directors in pursuance of th e Provisions of the Company~s doubti Act of Subscribers-only content

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    TORK AND NORTH, MIDLAND RAILWAY J. COMPANY.-TO BUILDERS.: Persons desirous of Contracting for the Pertormance of the tors Works required in the Construction of various WORK~SHOPS, Darl 'ENGINE HOUSES, and other BUILDINGS, may see the Plans and Specilicattion at Subscribers-only content

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    BRADFORD. . - -A . -_.U I' i . . A -A ou se IO£un or GuA1Ns-There was only a thin c ty attendance of guardians at the last board. An application s A1 was made for an increase Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL NEWS. LEEDS. ANLI CrTIONS FOR LICENSaS TO Igp I.SNS,-Tllere ltw'ty-five applications for licenses to keep inns, whose aizisnill be brought before the Magistrates, at the Leeds ~tiser Sessions, which will be held on Mlonday-, the S'lst itai'. 'rise Subscribers-only content

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    YORKSHIRE BANKS. Sr Gee OFFICIAL LISTS OF PROPRIETORS. xvn OPY OF RETURNS pumsuant to the ActJo C 7 and Il Vic., Chap. 3I. ill, NAMIE OF THE11 FlRI.117iceo Abr WEST RIDING UNION BAJNKING COMPANY. Wvil PERSONS CF W11OM TIIE Subscribers-only content

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    *jA M E L I ST.-COUNTY OF YORK. G~ ~~FIRST PUBLICATION. 137 RICIIARD MAYNE, surveyor of Taxes, IHull. IPERSON4S WHO HAVE OBTAINED GAME CERTIFICATES FOR THE YEAR 1849. LIST (1) GEWERAL CERTIFICATES at £4 Os. 10d, each. Aaron Blenjamnit, Subscribers-only content

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    f4A ME LIST.-COUNTY OF YORK 12^ ~- * - FIUST PUBLICATION. By RICHARD MAYNE, Surveyor of Taxes, Hull. PERSONS WIHO HAVE OBTAINEID GAME CERTIICATrES FlOR THE YEAR ]l850, LIST (1) GE, NERA L CERTIFICATES -at £4 Os. !Od cach. Subscribers-only content

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    "Al 15)arrisalg senl r from a dIst santef m st be, autheilicaled by the siqsafture of Oea eI ear o eouien or bj tift oe a known cIrrespviident. 1 ~~~~3irtrtIz. On the 2itb tilt., at iressenhall Ball, Norfolk, the Subscribers-only content

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