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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    * , Am. ..lan, nribabas , 0ee GENEDIGAETHAU. DAVIES.-Ar yr 21ain eyfisol, priod Mr. TI W. Davies North & South Wales Bank, Welshpool, ar fab. EDwARDS.-Ar yr iieg eyfisol, yn 62, Sandstone Road, Stoneycroft, priod Mr. Joseph Edwards, ar Subscribers-only content

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    TOWN AND COUNTRY TALK. The ' Globe' says that a Court of Directors of the East India Com- pany was held on Monday, at which avote strongly expressing the confidence of the Cocut in Lord Canning was passed unanimously. Subscribers-only content

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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER The English Cyclopcedia of Arts and Sciences. Con- ducted by Charles Knight. Vol. VIII. Bradbury and Evans. A Popular History of England. By Charles Knight. With upwards of One Thousand Illustrations on steel and wood. Part Subscribers-only content

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    THE STATE OF IRELAND. SUPPOSED MURDER OF A SOLDIER. 10., a A coroner's inquest has been held at Tipperary, on the body R , of Private James Connor, 48th legirnent, who was found lying r -dead in the roadway Subscribers-only content

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    *~ii~jfj~f~IoYA, IR I NG HAM. comc Osem "NLL WYN E.' ongaement '~~NELL OWYNNE."~~n O Fui y, rianvttet" Words by F'arnio. Company and Chorus ~15 MoSiv NEXTr Mr. EDWARD TEtiRY~in his neCow ey I -lACIX celdmg with " HIGH LIFE Subscribers-only content

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    I BIRMINGHGE-AA POLICE COURT. YrsrntDAY.-Before Mesr. Colmore (Stip.), Hawker, EUlis Brame, and F. B. Goodman. EsrxSsivF iTSvELLING.-AlfredThomas, 52, Brighton Road, Moseley, was summoned, at the instance of Inspector Sturgess, for travelling on the London and North-Western Railway from Euston Subscribers-only content

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    c anHubli m emtento. ^IEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM.- f1 1 (-. V , BIl(zil E.Air. YouNIe, and IWima AVONIA JOiNfRS I ThlS EVi5NING, the Perfonnanee will commence I zztii ~llN;lilIA1'K,' to conchile with " TILL' IRISH Lowe'iXr Itoses. 3s. ltrl Subscribers-only content

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    ANNUAL LIOENRSING S'ESSION, , ADtOURNED MEETING, YESTERDAY. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENOES FOIl MUSIO AND DANCING. The adjourned session was held at the Public Office yes- terday, before Ilir. C. Sturge (fayor), Mr. Blanton (ex- Mayor), Sir John Ratcliff, Mr. Thomas Subscribers-only content

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    GENERAL ANNUAL LICENSING MM The following is a list of the persons applying forj lIeenses at the Special Sessions on the 26th inst. :_ BYRMINGHAM. -Bedford, George, 67, Spring Raj Birmingham Ffchange Building' Company, Ndw Street Bishop, Zdward John, Subscribers-only content

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    EXCURSIONS IN THE DISTRICT. PHILOSOPHERS AT THEIR EASE. Few of our readers are probably aware of the reckless manner in which Birmingham was left at the mercy of the natural phenomena around, above, and beneath it on Saturday. For Subscribers-only content

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    BIRMINGHAM ANNUAL LIOENSING SESSION. The annual Special Session for the renewal of old and granting of new licenses for Birrminglhami and Aston eaS held yesterday, at tho Public Offices. The Magistrates present were the Mayor (Mr. Avery), the Stil)eldiary Subscribers-only content

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    B1IRMINGHAM LICENSING SESS[ON.. The annual Licensing Session for the boroutgh of Bir. mingham was held yesterday. In oonsequence of the operation of the New Wine and Beerhouse Act, there was considerably more work yesterday than in former years, At Subscribers-only content

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    CBLORALUBM.-An odossrlqm non-poisonous disin. C)HLOTIALUME or GLEN,%RALUSE. MDr. Fercy in aleti tortthe "Times" nays :- "Thpe patical pniat it is my wilib to enforce Is tlit wvith ouchs an agent as Ublorahun, passe,on` he active properties of hydrochloric said, Subscribers-only content

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    CHEAP PREPAID ADYBBRTI2EMBNTa. Vo conseostive Insertions of the oIassem of ADfERTISEMENTS partioularlsed below, the following are the obarges: is. d. 2 1ne (ight words t oaaikee....... 0 6 Ditto Three Insertions .......... 10 Ditto Six insertions ........... 1I8 3 Subscribers-only content

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    OOD Old-licetsed Eouee. centralb eltu3ted, BrewiaR veeklF . . . beeldesEtirits. 9Fears'occaZncy. £200-Eaiwin Jaokson. itWO Hame-bmving Besthrutee. DCIDK 600d trades,-Pe.rUcul3rs ^ 3b li8, IdtAle XialnD$On Etreet, - oG129 CEXAP PSSPAID XD7zBISESfflN?8. tow oonseoutlve inaertions of the olagireB of ADVERTISEMIENTS Subscribers-only content

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    FOYAL. - 5omqtp0t Success of the Ilt'R' ATY coMPANY, and last Ten Niehts of their ~f Ia00N ~oa (Wedoes(12Y) July 16,' A M~ERE .el li.' 1nS'OFiE" to conclude with ' "MARTHA." 3Otif QiUAXERS " Il,> *'irr DA.trcj5 ,nmence ati7.30! Subscribers-only content

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    orjy 'u -- Complete Snucess of the i FlEXTREo ^*Ty6f;;5PA7>~nadlost Six Niihtl of their TorS> N' i A -1, r (mohol*y). TUE-PAY', anfl 'VEDNV=SD.S, i ;, j~ Pe-mince ,fill commence withthe 101)' ,,T, L1, tit.!ed "COX AND BOX,` To Subscribers-only content

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    PUB~LIC AMUSEIMENMI£ ~TRE ROYVAL.-GREAT SUCCESS ofliMr. J. L, To;N UEL~nP f(OOIOEDY COMIPANY; and the Ltas oftheir FEn1.4te,3n~t.-To-N tO SOT (Frftluyi Auii~ yesn litli,~onance wrill commence ivl " 1`YG,%TAL[6N ANE 'Ne . "' to n"Cled -Aith " I;IAhIrFITN AND IIADOURA.- Subscribers-only content

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    -. ----i - ~ pULICAM'USBMBNTBI j GI4Ii'AT ATTRACTION FOR THE. CA.TTLE SHOW WEEK. ;.cl also WCLDXSDAY and Trnisoar, at 7.30, tsat i EDWARD TERRY, inFieer';IsOrigillal Eeeetric Comnedy, r. 'IN CHAINCERY," : ConecltliUs wsith " 'MY COUSI'Nr."' EiXT-BENEFIT of Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE QUEEN_ IN SAOrLAYa VISIT TO PAISLEY. with the energy characteristic of Paisleyfolks. elaborate arrangements were made to give her Majesty yesterday a loyal welcome; and the occasion was all the more auspiciousasthe townspeople celebrated the attainment by Paisley Subscribers-only content

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