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You searched for: Place: "Middle Littleton" "Middle Littleton", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31, Source type: Newspapers, Newspapers

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Public Amuzen t%. THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. The cemineut Tragedian, Di Bt . P H1 E L P 8, lFOR FtOUR NIGHTS ONLY. TIlIS E}'YlNIN(: (T'l'tssday), May 2t. "TIlE MAN OF THE WORLD.' Fir Pertinax Macsycophant ........,,,,,,,,,,. .Hr. PHELLS. Tocosncldev Subscribers-only content

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    -xiTEST of ENGLAND EXCURSION for > V EIGHT DAYS, or for FOURTEEN DAYS, at REDUCED SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. On SATURDAY, 30th July, a SPECIAL IRAIN will leave y.iurioo -bridge Station at 845 a.m. from Kensington at fe.45 aiiJ Chelsea at Subscribers-only content

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    7^ 0l'• B - V.' EST E R N RAILWAY.! W : .SIDE EXCUR?IOIS - - TRAIK :or WEi MOUTH, Dorchester, i ... orn< . ( hristcnurcb, Ringwood, Holmsley ■rst ••- E uthampton West . will leave "- m.eg Subscribers-only content

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    SATURDAYS POST. LONDON, SATURDAY, OCT. 6. A |)Vl< K$ nave been received from Oporto down \ to la* l Sunday. There was a furious attack \ae u l M,n the town on M' cn aelmas-day (Miguel's "«/■<<** f ,u Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. J. ALEX, SURGEON DENTIST to H. R. H. the DUKE of GLOUCESTER, No. 90, HIGH-STREET, CHELTENHAM, IN returning his sincere acknowledgments to the Nobility, Gentry, and his Friends in general, for the dis- tinguished share of patronage with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NO TlC E.- Advertisements inserted under this notice are charged for three lines at the rale of Is. each for four insertions ; and if for six, ss. t£3T Terms - Pre-payment. NO ADVERTISEMENT DUTY ! -TRADESMEN and OTHERS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    !■"" *f /AJSTED, a respectable Person as LADY'S \\ MAID and PARLOUR MAID, her age not less f,.t SO. Nobody need apply whose oharacter will not wr stria* enquiry. Wages £15. - Apply at the Journal O6oe- 7fo JOURNEYMEN Subscribers-only content

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    TTTANTED, an APPRENTICE in a Grocery j W Establishment. A small Premium required. Apply to Mr. G. Howell, Malvern. r^ANTED t 0 APPRENTICE a BOY to the \ > GROCERY BUSINESS, where he will be treated as one ofthe Subscribers-only content

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    WANTED, in a Gentleman's Family, a good HOUSEMAID, age not under 25- Apply, first by letter, B. b., Blake's Post Offioe, Tything, Woroester. """ WORCESTER. --_-____* £ TRONG Silver Watches from 255. O Elegant Gold f rom £i 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    $ocat and District Ueirs. '"" THE LATE JUSTICE PATON. cr y painful circumstance has darkened the inquiry • h is now going forward with respect to the cor- Wl "t uractices alleged to have been committed at the last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    desires an Engagement as DAILY (^ iV ERNES S in Worcester. Acquirements- \ G French Good Music, and Drawing.- Address, 'Worcester. ''VA'TBD. at highly respectable Wine and \\ cnirit Vaults, in this City, a Lady, to act in the Subscribers-only content

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    The Conseuvative Victory at Preston. -In a fair and notable contest at Preston Conservatism has won a triumph the value of which cannot be overrated. Mr. Disraeli's leadership of the Tory party has been vindicated, and the Ballot has, Subscribers-only content

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    "AMU J ' , Kr.nc a'&ru* of ■rutin Bnmstun of thr tuuquiiin, Custom., ; aj/.-sluK fcar:ns». Snutumt $ci„ in thr Counts. [The nai.: o/ republication rejerrci.l ! THE DARK SIDE OF TOE PAST IN OLD WORCESTERSHIRE. A few weeks Subscribers-only content

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    Coral ami district Htvcs. MALVERN LINK. I. .. a i. Boaub.- Thursday. Present : Mr. W.Under- wood (who presided . and Messrs. W. Davis, T. H. 10.-". ai.d H. Jones. - Mr. Leeke wrote to the board „. " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sana's t^otittstcr Jmmtal, THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER LN THE UNITED KINGDOM, IS A CENTURY OLDER THAN ANY OTHER WORCESTERSHIRE NEWSPAPER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. *To* Oke Yeas 13s. 6d. „ (bt Post) 15s. 6d. Subscribers residing in Worcester can have the Subscribers-only content

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    Jmoui's Wmtskr Journal, THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER LN THE UNITED KINGDOM, IS A CENTURY OLDER THAN ANY OTHER WORCESTERSHIRE NEWSPAPER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Fob 0_ Tbab 13s. 6d. „ (bt Post) 15s. 6d. vobaeribers residing in Worcester can have the Subscribers-only content

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    ATROCITIES IN THE MALAY ARCHIPELAGO. The Singapore papers have frequently of late con- tained reports of the atrocities committed by Arab slaveowners in the Island of Lombok, which lies between the two Datcb possessions of Java and Sum- bawa, Subscribers-only content

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    THE WINTRY WEATHER. TWO BROTHERS DROWNED IN HEREFORD- SHIRE. On Sunday afternoon a sad drowing accident happened at the Mynde Park, near Hereford, on the estate of Mr. T. R. Symons. A lad named Harry John Griffiths, between nine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE CORRUPTION IN NEW YORK. The Pbice of Promotion. A Daily Telegraph New York telegram, Friday, says : - The Lexow Committee resumed its sittings at a quarter-past eleven o'clock this morning. At tne commencement of the proceedings Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MArTJia^GE?~ Berrow - Massev. - lanuary 28, at Unit Church, oy the Rev. E Robinson, Richard Berrow, of the Birchend Farm, Wichenford, to Mary Massey, of Holt. DEATHS. Adams. - January 31, at Games, William Alexander Adams, J. P., Subscribers-only content

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