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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COTTON DISTRICKTS RELIEF FUND. WORKING MEN'S COMMITTEE. ~HE fficrs f ths Cmmitee ave great pleasure I Inannuncig tat te fllowng umshave already been paid In y te Cers, orke~ilS an otics, ngaedat the Manturac- toris an othr Ususete sentlfled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B IM1NH~b A~!MIDL AND INSTITU,1 Obaee~e} 0 J WOOWA1UD, B,. ts ...... I Ur 0. YJ., W2EVf.O . 5SM B G SCEOOL OF ART. TfHB SPRMG SESSION beag on WiDNESDAY, 711 Febemy. crad w-d 3th Juno Uwei ('IUWO 3; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W J ; NICOLL, blerobent Clothier to the Qaen, t eb+> Boyal fsmUl,. and the Courts et tuspe. 't, New Street. Birmnlgham. BBANOHiES ...... ,,O Me .sely 6ireetot. Maehelear. BeOd Stret, Llveou--NL 31t6 %12, rS agentstro ;ou X ........ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . . , : jL . dnam from dtely : ..... ...Aown and E . - . , endA anD. 7nf Xmass deiae ,,w iw to . . ;. ..A-;' 1 tl':' . A-1 10 1 ,. E. , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADEBS S ADDRESSES. 5 . NCOL Merohant Clotbier to the Queen, . eFoyalFaon.Uy, and the Courts of Europe. 395 Nw SRet Birmingham. BRANCES .,... {10 Mosle Stretee, Mauchesae. t0, Bold Street, LiverpooL .114, 11 118. 120, e t Streat, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCATIONAL. BRUNSWICK SCHOOL, LEAMIINGTON. T ESCHOOL waee REOPENED on Friday, the 27th Trio, 1'rnspecliisod on application. cliS1 lJ O H N 11. HAWLEY. Principal. WNOlCESTER LICRFIELD, AND HEREFORD 'TRAINING COLLEGE, SALTLEY. T HE MsODEL SCHOOL of this Institution will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALES BY P~rv ATE CONTRACT. hTOLnear Ssi~.-To l'apttllsis and otlheen-For SAL.ur, - It,) aeren1 of apilal 1LAND raxe eent utsittion.-Sam,1e Road E'e-lc long Leasehold. PROPERTY. Fiilieto lJtonlSreet jslt~H Vila, irna Road.-TInt-o capital Dwelling HOUSES, £f&tas" Prcee 750-Samucel Jones, Union Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADESMEN'9 ADDRESSEB. BUY FROM THE MANUFACTURERS. - BOOTS AND SHOES. THE NATIONAL, 36, BULL STREET. J ' TEAD, SIMPSON,. & NEPHEWS, E LARGEST MAP'UIFAOTUR1IRS IN ENGLAND. ESTABLISHfED 18.31. ALT, LZATiiXP. WARRANTED TO WEA.i Every Fair MARKED PLAIN FIGURES, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IE BIltIANOBIAIE MOURNING AND FUNERAL WARL ittust, i2. NEW Nzw STItIsmE. EVERY REQUISITI'. FOR MOURNINj ATTlRE. EANTOICLS, MILL AINERY COSTUAtEEI, AND attnSfat 6AING. i FUNEOATIS COAVDUCTED rci CKET TSIIC atISc. OF 10 cod 102, DULL STR TL CLASSSEAS. 20 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMADESMEN'S ADDMEUSE ARTIFICIAL TEETH. 'BrESSRS. ESKELL & CHITT-EY, 1VI SURGEON DENTISTS, 39, BENNETT'S HILL, BIRMINGHAM. (ESTABLISIIED TlPENTYrIavE X'EAIIS AT THE SASSY AxDwES,) ALr GC.Y-NSULTATIONS' FRLE. Artlillial Tooth, Including all charges, from 5s. per Tooth. CONSTANT DAILY ATTENDANCE FROM D Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D E~PARAXTORY SCA1LI0L for YOUNG GEN- TPLENTEN, Sri tctnr-l'eeetrl, loRtOll'DNAVAD3.4 Flite MISSES BAKERt knLkrleIdge witih Gratitude the distill- WI ohc1 l'ationage thley have been hosioureld witil at thehr F-stab-. F1m)'ClO~t e't Nais~sn (totroice, cmil beg to~ aci~laoint their IFri Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j~iE PRNGASSIZES.-J. r0R5IIIRTlN, 11IlT~SR and ebal'ocvcOto the \Ol ,l thers il5ii eaines at these eli o~Cwl tedec i"6the NISI PpfiUSt funih EIIBATNI R1itE- i.~ 1din'h readbe mluil Ternis. B11l ycc*, 2d March, 1837. of Da SSOF orA'RITING CI. * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S rAPITAL SITUATION.-PUBT1C HOUSE J and D Rt.M SHOP:-TO BE LET, with in medilate Posses- C rion, a commodious and convenient PUBLlq HOUSE, with DRAM SHOP, Club Room, Yard, and Stabliog, In a densely populatld i eighbourhood, ard first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sale bp Ructxo. b 0t LYDGATE, WOODHOUSE-LANE, Leeds.-BY Mr. JO Alt 1-EPPER. at the Hooce of Mr. Walter Mae'Gregor, the Old A White Swan Inn, Swan-Street, Briggate, Leeds, or Monday, Li the 27thlayc of motrinssant, at Seven o'Clock in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Salo b it_ _ _ _ 0 TO CLOTH MANUFACTURERS AND OTHgRS5 SPAN ISH WOOL. Ur. THOR.' HARDWICK has received Instructions9 et Importer, to announce for SALE by AUCTION fa isloroi aIn TrInitsr-street. Leeds. an Tuesday, the Fatd Subscribers-only content

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    ELIGIBLE INVElST\IENT.-ALBIICtN-STREE-T, LEEDS.- (i'orsnlait to rthe D1rec tIons o (f the Will 'IF the! Ia e Mr. Mottheis So-den,) by Messrs. THOMAS l.USB & SON, on Wyedswsday, theA'in/eenotibiTne next, at t he White Horse lHntel, Hoar Lane-, teed:z, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~uio wenrca uperations, ii.-Ace Ae.4eaiscllieni. idi. JN JOHN AVENS'S B3ANKR~UPTCY,.-The bIb h Commissioners will meet at the Court H-nuse in Leeds, in L hioI ath Countsyof ork, On Mlonday~, t/e Twenty.-snills Julyj daasi f~xamination, And to receive Proluf of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DI IOHN HEPPER respectfully solicits Attention !Id t o tohe very CHOI('Z and EXTENSIVE STOCK ofGOODSD hie now In his PRIVATE WARE ROOMS, STERNSc'S BUILDLINod, il. Lzslos, FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT ONLY. C 116 ~THE STOCK EMBRACES X.A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COA IL NWRLY-yM.D S. at the House Of T Mr. aine Ho~ith Ilnke.erCoatHil, in Warley, near HaliaXon ssd~. ie 1s1Dayof ug-ol usiant, at Six o'Clck n te Eenig, unlss oonr dspoed of by Private Treay, o whch de Noicewillbe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *alto Dv auction. By Mr 'IWIL M CAFPES, on Mona_,. the Fo rtefth lapo T ~ IiiO, atFive 'Clok in he Afernoo, atthe House of Mr. William Bettyete lck Horse Hotel, in Skipton, In lbs County of Yrsubject. to Subscribers-only content

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