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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. SOCIETY OF BRITISH ARTISTS. (Second Notice.) Before commenting on the water-colour collection in this exhibition, we revert to one or two pictures in oil which the limits of space prevented us noticing as they deserve last week. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL. BIRMINGHAM, ELNAGEMENT OF HARRY AND CHARLES WEBB. rg IllS EVENING, (Saturday,) May 21, tbe performance will commnence with THE RAG-PICKER OF PARIS. After which, TllE COMEDY OF ERRORS. To conclude with T H E A R E Subscribers-only content

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    VOWb! Alm"W14n THLATRE ROYAL BIRMIGHAM. BDlSE FIT OF MISS JULIET DESIIOROTIGH, Vier the Patronage of Lfent..0ioooel Griffith, Rloyal Beots Greys, and leiut,.Coloemel Mason, Birmingham litieVolunteera. Ev I S EVENING, (Tuesiay), May 24, the Performance will commence with THllE SIIVE1 Subscribers-only content

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    SELhING OFF, THE STOCK OF CUTLERY, LAMPS, AND ELECTREO-PLATED GOODS, &C., &C., At 54, NEWY STREET, BIRMiIINGFIAM. Previotls to retiring from the business. 0 S B O E N A N D S O N S CUTLERS AND SILVERSMITHS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I- - ZrabegmeaW'% Abre0RCet FULL LENGTH CARTES DE VISITE, S1X SlIlll.INGCS 1'IR DOZ.. J* NORRIS, 5, UNION PASSAGE. N.l.-TWO GLASS HO(USES, TWO OPERATORS, SEVEN TEEN YEARS' 1'RACTIOAL EXPERIINCE. PEBil'FOT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, NOTE TlllS At)lltE5, J O S E P Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OLLIDAY LEWIS, AND CO., UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL FURNISHERS. WARWICK HOUSE, NEW S2'REET, BIRMINGHAM. so NOTICE OF RENTOVAI s, FENN TAILOR, &c., having dlsposed of his Pre- t di es to tho Masnic Fi] anid Clulb Company, witi the nnder- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Publu c~mfet T'HE BIRMIINGHAMI CONCERT HALL, T. COLESHILL STREET. Proprietora ..... . J. JUDD and Co. (late Mx. H. Holder.) THIS EYRNINII Juno 23, will be pxoducedt on a magnificent kale. never bvfore 'attempted in Blirmnelghamo with entirely New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ftnblic ^izean% PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE 'UTTERWORTH'S STAR COMPANY CHRISTY'S ATINSTRELS. FOR THREE NIGHTIS ONLY THIS fThsda!ySjsl EVENINGI, A sitst 60. 145 HIIWE BIRMINGHAM CONCERT HALL, T. COLESHILL STREET. PRsa'snlRTORS ....... ......... J. JUDD AND CO- (LrteMr. loldler.) ILAET Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. i A GENERAL SRBVEY. We have been so long accustomed to regard Inter- xational Exhibitionk as phenomena events, breaklng.in upon the sober routfte 'of industry, like comets. upon the sclor system, and startflng the nations from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    QJEEAP 2iflPA IL ADVRRT1I~MMITS. For ooUern1t~V'b inwrtWUXn Of the OL"4 Of ADQVERT1SEMENTS p)aulwllirsed bolow, th toliowintg &aye the chargem - a. & I linesi (69M~ words te, a jc,,.,* Ui Vltt's Throc, tntertlors ..........- Ditto 6ix ................. 1I 3 Subscribers-only content

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    IJHDAP PJLFA U s)PIIilIN, 00'n.,' 'it'se tu~nasiaot ......... _ I e B a" 4 Untie (0eiQ9 word; %,n a lne).._. I 0 9itto flhree lte'annton ........... 2 0 0 Ditto ........... 3 0 Mhen nbzsrg4W 44pp1y Di1, ko the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    __ TMkbXEVS ADDRESSES, LONG WHITE CURTAINS. TUP.RNER, SONS, AND NEPHEW AILE NOW 5HOW52 O LACE, LENO, AND MUSLIN LONG WHITE CURTAINS. WMUSLIN OUTRTINS. 6 yardsi lolg ls. lid., 2s. 9l1 3s. 91., to Gs. cd. per pair. 7 Yards Subscribers-only content

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    THE BPUB4IC NIOTICES. FIEBIEMING SNICATE (LIMITED).] STEPHEN 3BARIOR atrp ils rgatiBriga Iflrecoro MuWs' Metal comnyarry. THOMAS HARKEB, Rreiier 11111. iehilelda (Director of tire Ch1isto 1Io Comnany, Wolverhamptn)ifl. CHARLES OIJC}IMA Temple Balsall. KnowlL. HENRY HARTEY OWLER.1 The Worgs., Wolverhamplton4 ltletoafallwsy Subscribers-only content

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    OZZAP 'PBBPAIDA~fTM~f, ta eseule nsrtions ol tbe daisnee of W~soa M~yetlasnemfnt Watelrle eow this f owing are tise zcrel~ia charges .-. ig words ne.One. d.I 7 to B2 pt ~ 4o Ditto, Throe linaetorns.. Is. Oil. Dhto he one..le.1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHE.AP PREPAID ADVERTISR-11ENTS. For consecutivo Insertions of tho classes of small Advertisementt partleularloed. below the following are t'ae psre-paid charges:- 1C, wordse, Once ...... 6d. 317 to 31 words. once.... Is. 0. Ditto, Three Infiertious.. Is. Od. I Ditto, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POU BL-LAND ABD ComaGB. FOR al4FreeoldFrmi. of bout! aa t 3jcalose toearall_ X sa I= bi, on thD l rte ealden g Wright, 47, Ann Street. IATIIDSOR; Street.--Nifne well-built Front Houses, Vroduclng v £100. nloet. Price £1,00.-I. Wright, Ann Subscribers-only content

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    TR.ADfESMEN~'S ADDRESSES. MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES AND MONUMENTS. GEORGE ALLSOPP, M1ANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER,' 125, LId~fFILD STREET, OLD SQUARE (NEAit BrOL STaaaT).j Gl. A. was fourteen years Foreman to the late Mr. J. B. Chambers- _____ of Carr's Lane. 15 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEAP PBBPAZD ADVERTISRMENT& Ps oseuminsertions of the dlames of small Advrilsements r ffat =I=lrlo below the following are ties prepaid charges:- l6 orwneds........ 612.17 to 32wr-Vno. I- Od. DI'to1 Six Iiertlons.,. is. Ditto Dittt 1. 6d. Ditt., Six Insertions.... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'TRADsSMENs ADDRESSES. H UNT'S A M BRIGHT, DU.BAI3L AND PU. THIESE SILKS ARE UNSURPASSED BY A-Y MAK1 IN THE TRADE. 94, BULL STRBET, Cl~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~C WINDDEN AND jONS, E.PAflLISflED 1825, PRESENTATION CLOCKS, WAtCHeS, AND JE\VELLER1Y. 27, 2S, and 29, TEBIPLE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ofth celebrated "Birming- Ricait;" gi,'Amour (ung by Santleyl, &O.. t GIVS MUSIC LESSONS. hood.- A~sdrb~v7,tpo Ppilsvisited In Birmingbac and Nelghbour- . T~AD w~rrING. -MessrUP. f i t Prons tehd ~~~~~few Easy p AR W"IT Street,. any 11 hed St Subscribers-only content

 

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