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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &c. 1IIuE ACCIDRNT IN YoRK STREST.-On Saturday week, Mrs. Susart 11erbert. one of the persons injured by the fall of the houses in York-street, died in the Westminster hospital. The deceased vas between fifty and sixtv years Subscribers-only content

    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

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    HOTELS, VOLWN 'BAY HOWEL, MORTH '"ALES.~ Favourite, Seaside Resort.b The reduced tariff comes into force onT the 13th Inst.-For p Moiulars, apply to Manlager. 1066-' LIVERPOOL. nO OMPTON HOTEL." One of the Largest Andi 11st-appointed Hotels in England. Highly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. DUDLEY. MiR. TIMNSes'S RtEADINGS.-On Friday evening Mr. J. F. Timmins, of this town, gave some poetical readings on behalf of the Mechanics' Institute, at the Dudley Arms Hotel Assembly Rlooms. There was a very large attend- ance. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CIRCUS CHAPEL, ERADF913 hTR ty5, OQPE3NctI 0F HEE NEW ORGAN, TUrSDAY NEXT', OCTOBER 2Q. A TEA MERITING will bo bold at 5 30, and at Soven .,1 o'clock, aCONCERT, whon solontlos or Sacred MUsBI will be y'elsby thk Edgbaitou Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEA P PREPAID AD EBTLSEMEN1I'8. For conisectx' M srios of tile cliete" s of ADVERTISEMENTS particnhlari~e beloWv, the folowniir are the charges it i Tio lineita (nine ivortis too lile) ..... ( Ditto Three jinqNttioti'......I Ditto Six jnoserfit-ois ...... 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

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    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

    IMPORTANT QUESTION IN THE NAIL TRADE. At the sitting of the County Magistrates, at Broras. grove, yesterday, before Measrs. R. Smallwood and W E. Everitt, a case was heard Involving questions of great in. terest to the nail-smaking trade. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WORCESTERSHRE LENT ASSIZES. I CROWN COURT.-YMTERDAY. BrFOns CHIEF JUSTICE BOVILL THE BANKRUPTCY CONSPIRACY AT DUDLEY. Nathan Lesser (30), shoe manufacturer, and Jacob Lesser (32), shoe dealer, both of whom were represented in the calendar as being well educated, were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADEBMBE' ADDRESBE FORTil SEA-SIDE AiD _TOUFrIST. J J.NICOLL' 'S 2 and 3 GuIneaTweedaan d ChevIOt IL J. NXOOIS ' and 4 Guineas, Angola and Fanc Coating Bults. H. J. NICOLL'1 I1 ulnas Tweed Paloets with Silk TAP" a J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i SPORTING INTELLIOENCR. fr , .t t. RACING. NOTES. Tbe aport at the Craven Meeting Willd not bi very, s igh, for tht tresh eqine animals are very meagre, enunibering only About half ascore; There are sullicient local horses 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

    CORRE, SPONTJENCE, NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. 1l. ldtters intended for Publicatim, m4 be accomponsied bi t ruso arnd address of tUe oteri not essecea1*iy for puhfca~tioss, sret fon the injem~sat'ior oif the Editor. Wher answ~ers to ,'siesto es re no>t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p AMUSEMtENTS, CONIME\CE, O'CLOCK EVERY EVENI'NG. 5NASAD THURSDAYS, 2 AND 7. IIj~? th%0P1 rabliefunite in pronoensll "DCKWHI- Tie elte'n..IscCeS "' ntl the lirettht.5t PIatiotnitsae wteItl tine eICT" tver prueedCit it this Tlwtriti, I Ie home of more than t~~~ 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

    DISTRICT NEWS. WOLVERHAIsiPTON. t ASSAUL.TING *rT[E PoJrCE.--At the Poliee Court, yester- day, Joseph Ford (31). of no fixed address, was sentenced I to two montbs' imprisonment for assaulting Police- t constable Wilson wbilst in the performance of his duty Subscribers-only content

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