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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TEDL~t'S ADDRESSES. FURS. :FURS. FURS. THE RICHEST QUALITIES.. THE CH1OICEST SIGNS., THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT. XTHL Bi1sT VALUJE IN BIRMIINGHAML %'P.,x1!mR,:S o N, & N E P K PE, W1 JU 132 and.133, KVEW ,STREET, Am. Now SHOWING THEIR GREAT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I WANTRDll CLASS of ADYERTISEMBNTS For coneecut~te insertions of the clauses of emall Advertisemntt rtleoularsed bolow the followie . lare tho ~reesoid ehusgre Od 16 Wods, nce ...... 6. 1 7 to 32%lads Once.... Is, Ditto, Three Insertione..8 IsOI Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t~rbexmten% A"r%,if 1, OLLIDAY, LEWIS, AND CO., UNDERTAKERS, AND FUNERAL FuRNISEVS- - WARWICK HOITSE, NElT STr£3CM lIl:-MIN57HAMr 22 ] FTURNER, SONS, AND NEPHEW, 'r FUNERpAL FUrpsNISHEItS, AND FAMILY MOURNING WAREHOUSE ] 6.4 BLACK COLTURO, d,tlWid, lO.d, Is. 0A. 7-4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHIBA P P.REPAJ D A DVERTJSE2IIENTS. For consecutive insertions of the classes of ADVERTISEMENTS pavrticulitriscd below, thle followitng ro tile, charges : Two lhoes (nine words to a line) .....0 iDitto TrIee i.Oo rtion's ..... I Ditto SIX inlsertiulns....... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    li.AGATELuI TABLE Jor SALK! yfeet Sie~i~Y e I.) good' aIs IClYs.-A... to Laings alid (.. rsSio~ & pl o bli' A dCEO, OSAMt;, S etb et nl6.~ R to .5 Lie.AI1Yt aol IS -iLinoan o, Itigl Streei,!,tret On SLE-A't11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO LET-BUSINESS rRE1MSES. iti nartmdiiile posess~ion. a double-fronted Shop. too. 11 pol. m ow~er,%Vll eah. = udley. ef614 ~ 14, Temple Street. *1162 S if nle~cd ne Shop, next door Duke of York. JA{$~I.PV3~Due of York. cll7Sft ~ 1.fifitad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -iATRELO BIRMINGHAM. * 7 OOBC' EVERY EVENING. MOSDAASlC AND TiHURSI) 2 AND I. proit in osfleUin~ -lajrG WHIT- T.eres and the os~rcs. and the prettiest t'auitoitrilr with the -sd ctbiaihcetrr, the hou1se of more than - t 7 coek. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9; (J()ID]';] j0Xl INSU]tANoJS aOlb[PA3; wtt (LINtIT]tD). 101 ST. 81YITINN'.S ]ANI:, EC, (;I.XlSltAL A(CO]Dl:NT.Si. | 1'1,11Sf)NAIJ INJUllIE.S, : R*\llJwAy AC(JIDI;21T.Y. I D15ATI] by ACOIDISNT, (J^U'£I-ON TO l'UBOBASBIIS OF STBBli PliFjb, . _ . 408EPII GILLOl'l! P^n Blakor to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "WANTED" CLASS of AEAVZT2S-1"X-'r. caeureinwetionis gl"the lsses of sal des54.t rc Tsdbelow thefoownae hP r, mutb idin PO" tanotes. ILI All oasesth ,i Words. .o.ce .. 6d. 117 to 32 Words. one.. 1, Od Ditto, Three Insertions.. Is. OGd. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. LEAMKINGTON. THE FATAL ACCInENT AT THE WATPRWOB£S.-On Saturday afternoon Mr. D. R. Wynter (coroner) held an enquiry. at the Corporation waterwcrks, into the death of obn IKing (41), a labourer, who fell down the bore- hole leading Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC NOTICES. T~r L85' of A ITIATI' OPlFSNT0-nAX,, and- will CLJORE or Or "I'ri'O ;`!'1!Ay CS iOc 1ondon.c and iiAT~IflAY sex-r, S t, fi'! (Con! F A iil'Nr I'lM '.~Tl l NV558Tt!0,rT. embracing a 5)fr 01,/.Ifor ov,.rTso lluntlrlYed srv.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ROYAL SHOW : AT DARLINGTON. A BRILLIANT OPENING DAY JUDGING OF LIVE STOCK.' FULL LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS. The judging at the Ro-yal Show, which is the great practical bulsiness proceeding of the week, was conducted yesterday in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0o MOTHERS and NURSES.-The GENUINE _. DAIBY'S CARBMINATIVE effectually removes those alarm- ing disorders of the stomach an4 bowels to which children of all ages are so liable ; in the colic, dysentery, diarrh a, and similar sffections of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PROCLAMATION. WHITEHALL, 25th May 1816. V/l/ HEREASit hasbeenhumbly represented to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, that a great Number of Persons have, for some Time past, un- lawfully assembled themselves together in divers Parts of the Counties of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TURNPIKE from SCOLE to BURY. ■jyOTICE is hereby given, That the next Meeting - 1 ' of the 'Trustees will be held, by adjournment, on Thursday the \"th day of June instant ,( that being the second Thursday in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Education: BOARDING SCHOOL, BIRKENHEAD. THE Messrs. DUN, of Edinburgh University, receive into their Establishment a limited number of Boarders to be educated and prepared for the Uni- versities, tbe Military, and Naval Colleges, Professional life, or commercial pursuits. Terms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Education: BOARDING SCHOOL, BIRKENHEAD. •THE Messrs. DUN, of Edinburgh University, receive into their Establishment a limited number of Boarders to be educated and prepared for the Uni- versities, the Military, and Naval Colleges, Professional life, or commercial pursuits. Terms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SHOW. (Continued from, page 3.) Silver grey Dorking hen : 1, J. Blnndell, Kirk- ham, Laiicaahire ; 2, A. C. Major ; 3 and r, O. E Cresswell ; he, Dr. O. C. Scarle, Brixton, Devon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENERAL NEWS A great storm is reported from Wick. On Sunday immense waves broke over the new harbour works, destroying a considerable portion, and the staging was entirely swept away. Mr. Bernal Osborne has intimated his intention again to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BORDER COUNTIES WORTHIES. Walton, Thomas, a native of Cheshire, and although of humble birth, his name is deserving of remembrance, forasmuch as he devised at his death in 1757 tbe sum of £1,000, the savit.gs of his life as Subscribers-only content

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