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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BIRMINGHAM MOURNING FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, 42, NEv STREET, BIRMINGHAMA. CRAPES, PARAMATTAS, HENRIETTA, PRINCETTA, AND COBURG CLOTHS, DRESS SILKS, PRINTS, GINGHAMS, AIILLINERY MANTLES, AND EVERY REQUISITE FOR FAMILY MOURNING, LS THE GREATEST VARIETY AT THE LOWEST CHARGES. FUNERALS ECONO:MICALLY FURNISHED. Subscribers-only content

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    oinvilerdaj 40 SATUiRDYT EVENINGa, SePtemlble1r 25. TinliutE was rather more business doing on the Stock Ex- chalnge to-day; this, coupled wvith the highly favourable return of the Bank of Eugland issued last evening, pro- duced a good impression on Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. DUDLEY. PREESENTATION OF TIHE ADDIESS TO THE EARL OF DUDLEY. -The Alayor of Dudley has received a communication from his Lordship intimating that at onei'ollock this afternoon ha will be happy to receive the deputation who are Subscribers-only content

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    MISCELLANEOUS. TIlE LATE ROBERTSON COURT-MARTIAL-We believe we are safe in announcing that the court-martial in the ease of Captain Robertson has resulted in his acquittal. The judgment on the regiment is, we believe, still under consideraton.-Dubitin Afirnea NYeir. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. MONDAY EvENING, June 23. ,The Stock Markets presented a qisiet appearance ag tain to-day. Consols opened anti closed as nearly as possible at the last quotations of Saturday, namely, oia to 9194 money, and 914 to Subscribers-only content

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    H¶TING_ -APPOINTMNTS. Tayr WinW'iC X 'otiOB ,at a qucrte,. to ew..- TbE day, Dee. 6, at Church Tysoe; Saturday, Dec 7, at Red Tax Von=a WARwoazar-tiour Mt B eeas.-This day, Dea 6, at Widney, near Kuowle Statlan; Tzeseday, Dea Subscribers-only content

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    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. ATRvsEsross.-This (day, Nov. 15, larton-on-the-felns; 'Wed- nesday, 17, Heather; Friday, 10, Sbilton ; Saturday, 20, Corby, at 11. ALnneTGT0uro.-This day, Nov. 15, Woodcote; Tuesday, 10, Wassail Top, at 1116. Thursday, 18, Copsssnail; Saturday, 20, Pendeford, at 10.45. Subscribers-only content

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    TO LET-BUSINTESS PREMISES, TIALE Eml.-Locls~ispSh',op eg, bot1osslon; isoegaowindows. -Apply,_Three Crose Suffol tet 97_ iLATltow.-To Lct, two snpeisi Ulicnte round or first jJAFloor-Thomnas Pinsou, 43az, TeplSret ~ASY Row.-To Lot, two superior Ofiless. eitherc ground or fIrst kall foor.-Thomaq P'inson, 459 Subscribers-only content

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    GLEANINGS. y The emigration from Germany whlieb has been obserre- at of late has now assumed alarminlg proportions In Paris on 'tuesdaythothermmnster in thesliadereaclied l in the middle of the day 93 degrees ahrenhej.it. Twentylivo thousand Berdan rifles lioe Subscribers-only content

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    AGANoIES, !TRAVEIIIIERS, A EN %vguteti, to call on generill, pibllo with an Article In ( AGEUSilkT canivasser for Insurance would suit.-Address, E, WIls "On' 9. HI-gh Street, M accls lood.eld.0 6321 AGENTS Wanted. £5. eekly real~ised. Particulars free. mIll Subscribers-only content

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    NEWS OF THE DAY. : imitaoha fail: Wffit AND JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMER 1, 1886. The House of Lords held a brief sitting yester- day, but beyond the reading of Lord DENmxws's Women's Suffrage Bill a first time, no business Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING NEWS. ASCOT RACES. Yx~szre.nAv.-There is something approaching a fascinating influense associated with Ascot whihno other meeting exercises, not only with those who make up the so-called fashionable world, hut also in the far more extensive, if slightly lower, Subscribers-only content

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    ., TO THIE PUBLIC. 'REPORT having been indnstrioinly ci,- _ i'culatel that I should hr ofli- "td To ;cae' lhc STRAFFORD ARMs INN, i iie'ti think it due to myself and the Pubo- ro cnllii t the Report, and Subscribers-only content

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    LEEDS, SATURDAY, JULY,14. Amongst the vast. train of evils arising out of !1th hearles persecutions prectised tnwatds the Queen, IG it I is n o th e le ast that t he I iday or' the ap proach iing Subscribers-only content

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    LEEDS, SATURDAY, JUNE 2. - ---- o CURIOUS MANUFACTTURE.-Arnongst the various r sorlss of art wilh which tle present age abounds, few have ex. riled more curiosity than a woven cloth composed entirely of the fine and attenuated threads Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE-, FRIDAY, Dec. 3. r, BANERUPTS. a All the lfeetings of Cosmristioneri In Mfriddlescx are held at the W 1, Commtcsioiers' Court Basjithailt Street, London. 1. BICKER I ON Theophilus, of Newtown, in the county of Mont gomery, Subscribers-only content

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    rEEDS PUBLIC DISPENSARY.- LU Il. FOLLOWING DONATIONS AND SUBOSCRIPTIONS HAVE ALREADY BEEN RECEIVED 1- SC New Inered. J Donations. Subs. SubsMN £sa'dSB. d. Rta.d. Cl Ideoc5rs. Derlistt and Co ..........50 00 10 0 0 I 'W. Win~s. Brown and Subscribers-only content

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    PAIER, HANGINGS. Iets IEPPFRI BA RAKERE will offer for SALE B3Y AUG.- 11I10 IN at their Commercial Sele Roonie. Sterne's lild-1dinigs, Leeds, on Tuesday next, the 2tineleertlh inssiat, abouil PIECKS OF PAPER H-A~# IG' ~2,000' sI',tabll for every kind Subscribers-only content

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    a ;JEN- TRE CHAPEL, Leeds.-Ti J-o Rev. T place Of worship TSmroo anutary T2v'tyct-jier.sts- we ACollections will be made on behialf of the West Riding Home Mdisi- "nr t cey IServices to commence at half-past ten, an'l six o'clock. Subscribers-only content

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    o raliexa, ShOPIK-eepse said Famsile,. JNI EPPER B5j'KIRg is instructed to sa11 by Auction, at the Saloon, 16, TrinitY-street, Leeds, C, Mondasy next, Augustl Twentls- Remaining ST~~~~~~-IN -TRADE, compr~~~~i SingCc A T 142 silk and sati ties (new patteens, Subscribers-only content

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