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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    qU TIONSVA0ANT.__ ___ ''T1'ot3) 3i3 033,-333Y laig -refere an ' er,3e. locastouOI 7d o-n~an3 VIoT'31 cIi' o3 j.p.jotno ,, Atlas 'Woa-I Iis. ` 3lrOt H ~3-11. '11,.it33. 31 to 3 131rue33s T rnil tirT3 trad3l. ment333 Chilrd3y313. . W~33'±or~ls.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROTELS. I Fy (Seaside) ROYAkL CRESCENT HOTEL.- f l5niflgent sea view. Splendid huilding. Moderate charges. *shooting, Bathing. Boating, and Fishing cannot he sur- 1r), finest Sands to ridking or driving on the Enast Coast. rag Ch ,,I four HortCs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HI (two iodtos 6 Street; "i23 p £HO Pf2g 011by` 1. wel ieted ; gas, tap water; gateway- "I enr Ie RetZ.8.Lwr'ower Street, o12705 BoutD 28 -, U wG Itoo, cntrl; aywee, o moulth.-iS, Un1i6n fltre~et ~9595 I 1TmON Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BREARFASV ROOM HIII.NI~bR OOMSfCTR. MHIN- Pes~HiPER and BARKER beg re-ps'ctftllly to intimate Usalttbey IllS.1ELti by AUCTION. o00 lrel~edacsd.t'fhe Seven,- teeniA Z'oerb lin't., at their CenmerOcial bale Roomsi Bternie'e Buildings, Leeds, I AQUANTI'Y ofMDrERN and GENTE EL hi Bede, bedling, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THER COMMERCIAL SALE ROONS. GENTEEL HOUSEOL E.ETS PCTRE. 1M NEY GLASiS.13 exceilent CARPETS and RUGS,OI CLOTHS. F'INDERS, FIRE IRONS .STONE CHINA SER- VICES, COTTAOE PIANO FORTE_, fiDs ROOMI FIT- TINGs. RITCHEN REQUISITES, and citber de5iZabl5 Property. Wagasrs, REPPER. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Extensive Sale of valuable Timber. Marston, near York. u31 Mr. THOMAS WAITE, in one lot, at thre house of M~r. Ijoliday. the York Station Hotel, onl Wednsd~'ay, the Sixth, I rsaireof April. 51853, at four o'clock in the afternoon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    % ES3 EPPER and SONS' Order of Sale w~~~ 2b~Tis Delp is as fellows.-- 't 12 o'codlcck-W Lots of new and second-hand HARNES-S, 81d.ILEL1Y, Horse Clothing. front a -variety of sources, and n special consignment of 20 Sets of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LICENSEDi VICTUALLERS' MEMS. -- - --a,_ L10ENSING XiWEETINGS. NTEWINGTrON, IMARCH l1t. RLGIGT OF ATTORNEYS TO BEg HEARD AT GENERAL LICE.NSING MEETINGS. The practice of this session is, tiht persons applying for oppo-ing the grant of victuallers' licenses must appear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BURTON U PONrTitEN'T' SUBSCRIIPTION ASS'EM I BLI ES. m HE SECOND will be on Friday the 8th of February, T 1811. 1 Lady Patrotiefs, Mrs. PYCROFT. Stewards, j 1'. TlJ0R' NE1\rlLL, Efq. 3l. D. FOWVLER, Efq. Dancing to commence Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. B3ISH, FULL1 begs to acquaintt his 'Fijends in jf ljle>ctO LO asid its Neighbouiholod, that in 11i CIIES iiepea tii'erdurs for Slitres from thenee, ,juted hjir. JlnsFoi nD, Agent, to felll'ickets& 1 t~zrP rsind hipes frou the uncomimon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t ! ' TO I3E!SOU)L, STEAM ENtAINlIi, ibe Cylinider 45 inches, and A- the Boiler 14 tret Di:mnoeer. Alto a quantity of F lp'ns, with working Barrelsot dil1ras' t Si3t s. N. B. The abuve Eligilie is very witable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wheat Sheaf Inn, Stoke-upon-Trent. TO BE LET, and entered upon at Christmas next, THE above old and well-accustomed INN. Con- 1 siderable alterations and improvements will be made in the premises, and an eligible tenant would find it worth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f.;REWIT NAVIGATION. *i litby Civell, that. n Dividendl of .1 'T..11 Itk per cenit. due to tile Proprietors of the the II N 'a &c r <jot ,tipany on th frst of July next, WE iLre;;jli b: .M . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BY MESSRS. OLIVER & NEWBOLD. B DERBY SMITHFIELD. M ESSRS. OLIVER and NEWBOLD holdWEEKLY SALES of FAT STOCK EVERY TUESDAY at IM] half-past Nine o'clock. Sales yesterday, 12 Beasts, and 7 Pigs. DERBY CATTLE MARKET. M ESSRS. OLIVER and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BY MESSRS. OLIVER & NEWBOLD. I DERBY SMITHFIELD. M ESSRS.OLIVERand NEWBOLD holdWEEKLY SALES of FAT STOCK EVERY TUESDAY at half-past Nine o'clock. The next Sale on TUESDAY, 18th instant, will include 6 prime ripe fat Bullocks, fed by Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ysalc5 by 3uct ~inn. BYIESSRSOLIVE1, NEWBOLD& OLIVER. B' IIErTON, DERBYSHIRE. FREEHOLD RESIDENCE. WITH LAND; DE- TACHED AND SEMI-DETACHED VILLAS; FOURTEEN COTTAG.ES, WIIEELWRIGHT'S 11 S1OP AND PREMISriS, BUILDING LAND, &c. by TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, D! By Messrs. OLIVER, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JAMES MiOORE, 18, CORNEMARKET, SPECIAL SHOW OF W AT CH ES, GOLD AND SILVER, FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. 77, HIGH-STREET, BURTON. JAMES MOORE'S, 18, coXN.MARK!r. NEW DESIGNS IN JEWELLERY, PLATP.I; GOODS &c., FOR CHRISTMAS PJ.NTS. '77, HIGH-STRESM, BUiU:'ON. PLANS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCRINGTON. DisrtTE at Middle Mill, Helmshoee. - B7s Incur.. 1 * to thk Varo. - Considerable dissatisfaction has existed at tbis mill for some weeks past, chiefiv arising out of the lengths aud prices. Mr. Birtwistle, actiug under tbe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Governor of Tasmania.- Letters have been received from Mr. Charles Dv Cane, dated Melbourne, January 3rd. He and his family are quite well ; they had a remarkably rapid and pleasant voyage, of seventy- three days to Sydney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ESSEX. MARRIED. Onthe 23rd inst., at Colchester, Mr. J. W. Wyncoll, ' of Halifax, Yorkshire, late of Colchester, to Sophia' 'laughter of Mr. W. Brook, miller. Combs, Stowmarket! On the 25th inst . at Brighton, Thomas Aislabie, only ■son Subscribers-only content

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