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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1-11-?-, p C,?,u,. INid ydyn4 YA ystyriedl ean Awunin yn gyPrifol am *usiadau air ysvrifebayr, Y FUGEILIAETH. HENAFGWR 0 DDIACON AT El NAI, Fy f nxiyl Nai,-Daeth eich Ilythyr i'm llaw yn ddioael, a darllenais ef yn of lus Subscribers-only content

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    BOROUGH OF BIRM4INGHAM. pOLICE REGULATIONS. TH -VISIT OF HER MOST GRACIOUS 'MAJESTY ttLNAND HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS TILE PRINCE TlIE tITE CONSORT, ON TUESDAY NEXT, TUINE 15th, ISIS. (-QUEEN and the PRINCE CONSORT HE1 ariea ieRiwySaie reat Queen Street, at Subscribers-only content

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    rTEE BIRMINGHlAMI MIOURNIMG ~~~~~AN*D FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 40, NWV STREET, EfIM.Plk1NOHA2Al. CRAPES,PZPARAM TTAS, I-}EiPIETTA, PFJNCEA1.A, 41ND COBURG CLOTHS, DRESS SILKS, 1'7NTS, GINGHAMIIS, 1MILLINERY IIANTLES, AND EVERY REQUISITE FOR FAMILY MOURNING, IN TEli GSsFATEST VARTETY AT TEF LOWEST CHARWSES FUNERALS ECONOMICALLY Subscribers-only content

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    THE BIRNINGHAM MOURNING AND FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 42, NEW STREFT, BIRMINGHAM. - ACC E and BARKER respectfully B announce that they are now making a full display MOURNING NOVELTIES, In every department of their Establiohment, and they beg to state Subscribers-only content

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    THE BIM[I2NGHAM MOURNING AND FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 4, NEW STREBZ, BIRPINGHAA4 t RACH and BAltKER respectfully LPinvite publio attention to thoir exteneivo Stock of BLACK DRESS SILKS, CRAPES, PARIMATTAS, HENRIETrA, PRINCETTA, AND COBURG CLOTHS, PRL'TS, GINGHAMS, AND EVERY ARTICLE NECESSARY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. Tun Morning Advertiser, which as everybody knows is always deep in the secrets of the Privy Council, and is generally the confidant of the PREMIER, whoever may occupy that high post of honour, is remarkably Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE :ROYAI,, BIRINGHAM.- Spectauar Drama. {eneutited 3)IwVAlNHT~OJO O~gR 'FiEC JEW' i 1.AlJGHEI~R.'* After whih >TE3E FLOWER GllR[. OF NT." Te condoleo wvltb tho Faroe of &1MR. AND MRS. IVMilTH."_ iLow Boxes, t.; UJpper Boxes, 2*.; Pit, 18.; Gallery.6d. Baat-price Subscribers-only content

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    rTHEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM.- Si Tnts Evuv (Thumbs) w111 be 'bed a granavOialivavc Spectacular Dramp, entitled "IVAN11OE" Oft THEL JEWS AuTER ", After whicl. `TilEI F1O4WER GIRL, oHRNT." To conclude with the raee of "THE LOTTERY TICKETlT-LowerBoxegs.o.; Uppor Boxes, I2.;Pit Subscribers-only content

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    T EATRE ROYAL. iBIRMINGHAM.- 1 Tirc TzittK 5 tonday), Shahepeare's "HAM&LET." To conclude reith ' TiE1i MAIL) AND MAGPIC." - Lower year ,8.; Upo-c Boxee. 2eb: Pet, i8.; Gallery, tlC, Dlso oeOR at 150i-paet SitX. Irforenaoce tO com~neenco at Subscribers-only content

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    ao th suntry. a shteady aaeSRAT a coo { d by latter, 818. of Pool a dan.aciveSERAN, aoee~fitefl.whre there 1002 Rer~. adERAN GIRL. oene pl h have not before. Only two in f3s .-ApVly at No. 1, Abbey Da Subscribers-only content

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    ?§Imfvgthaz fflaug woot THUERSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1864. N&WS OF THE DAY. 'The CoLzNso appeal cane has been postponed for another week. It is now fixed for Wednesday, the 14th instant, and it is said that the Bishop of CArnTowN Subscribers-only content

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    r---~~~~~~~~~~F PUBLIO AMUSEMENTS THEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. TO-NIGHT (Friday), T HE O C T OR BO O N, And the Great Pantomlime. DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT. RlNCIEN OF WALES THEATRE, P Soe Proietor aMd Maager. yr. JAMES 11A5IWR : Subscribers-only content

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    GENERAL NEWS. [nY TELrORAPH. e MARSHAL BAZAINE. Marshal.fazaine, and an ame-do-oamp who was with him in Mietz, arrived in Loisdon. from Richmond, last evening. DEATH OF THE CHIEF CONSTABLE OF LEEDS. 31r. J. Wetherell, chief constable of Leeds, died Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. Their Royal IHighnesses the Prince and Princess of WALES will, it is reported, pay a visit to the Duke and Duchess of NORFOan, at Arundel Castle, in March next. Her Royal Highness the Princess of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .AN ADMkn.L'S DIVORCE SUIT. In tht IDivorce Division, yesterday, Sir James ]TainenI IS and a special jety had before them the case of Pervsi ,sv5. Purvia and S3awday. The petition was that of Bear. sAdlenirai Francis Reginald Purvis for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I BIRMUNGHAM: LIOENSING OOM lTTE .' I . 1 _ - L- a v e e *Yesterday the Licensfing Committee of thre Birmingham Borough Justices meit at the0 Puiblic- Offices, Slnor Street, to hear applications for granting now licenees.' Subscribers-only content

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    I WILLS AND BEQUESTS. Inu -Bie4- 1..... 11- BOAR . . ne Ar- %art The following have just beon proved -Of Mr. William Goldsmith, late of Nos. 31 aud 32, Parliament Street, and No. 12, Gloucester Square, wino and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BELFAST RIOTS. FUNERALS OF VICTIMS. nEnLPAIr1', Wedrlesday (710 p.m.) The day has, tip to tim time of writing, passed in almost absolute tranquillity. Beyond the breaking of some windows at the tramway depdt, at the top of Earls Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRE STATE OF IRELAND. THE BELFAST RIOTS COMM1ISSION, At the resumed enquiry on Saturday the principal wit- ness was Mr. De Cobain, f.P., whose letter in a local newspaper, with the expression " liveried assassins," applied to the police, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BI rMINGEAIlTOWN COUNCIL. I A meetingZ of t::e Town Council was held yesterday, a:theic teflnCii Hdouse; the Mayor (Ceunicillor Pollackj TgiE REPRESENiTATNON 0 Sr. MA-RTI'Ns W.ArT--Tbe! j,,%vSN CT-acER annornned the resignation of Mrc. T. J. I die rc. cee Subscribers-only content

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