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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Novemnber 29. PARTNERsHIPS DISSOLVED. Maguire and Hirgins, Birmingham, woollen drapers-J. S. Taylor, and R., E., and t. Lees, Saddleworth, Yorkshire, coal eetters; as far as regards J. S, Taylor-Murch and Kilner, Eseter, wine merchants-Braddock Subscribers-only content

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    'GLEANINGS. Sovore thsildertitoais have 'occurred in the Nortl7 of1Cc Seotlandi Co ,., \'t.'r 1 r ere There is a gradual improvimeat'in the condition 6f the'v 'l Dean of Gloucester. ' e The Roseetti sale came to a close on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRANSFER OF THE TELEGRAPHS. When the Electric Telegraphs Bill, which was passed last session, comes into operation, and the telegraph wires in the United Kingdom are acquired by the Government, the systemby l'icltelegraph news has hitherto been sup- plied, Subscribers-only content

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    PROPOSED SEPARATION OF HANDS- WORfH FROMI THE WEST BROBIWICH UNION. At the weekly meeting of the Waest Bromwich Board of Guardians, yesterday Mr. George Garratt presiding-a dis- cussion arose with reference to the proposed separation of the parish of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOUUNAL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1895. LocAL WPTEr FoB 3utwf9.yhin70g jnp~s=ces; iaeUd, rai or slte; rat&er miWIer. The North German liner Spree, which was stranded on the rocks last week off the Isle of Wight, Subscribers-only content

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    RlILWAY DIVIDENDS AND.. REPORTS. THE fAIL-ThlA'S ELSlULTS. The tale of English Railway dividend declarations for the first half of 1900 is completed by the announcement of the London and North-Western Company's dividend, at the rats of 6%, as against Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE, TUESDAY, A*11st 11. BANKRUPTS, BISHOP John, of Cross-street, in Manchester, in the county of Lancaster painter and house decorator, lately carrying M on business in Manchester aforesaid, in copartnersip with Robert Scott, deceased, under the name, style, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TOBRS MANS EFDIR.SAIR DRESSERS, noitEKEPIS SDLRS AC DEAILBRS, anu the Public generally. 'LARGE & DIPORTANT SALE or BRsiniTES. Mr. JOHN HEPPERI has received Directions to SELL by 8s AUCTION, at hi- CommIraCIALr SALT Roomis. STERNIC'S BIUILD- Al INGS. LENDS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOADON GAZETTE FRIDAY, March 28. t5 BANKRUPTS. o1 A it t1he Alfeetios ofComnirrisssioneds in Middlesex (ire elet at the .ornrniisionfr.,' CoutsL, Basinhwll-sLrect, London. _ 1 BAILEY James, of wood-street. Cheapside. merchant, to sur. April v S and Mlay !1, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OUR IMPORT TRADE. L . - r Ipo)rts flom foreigl countries and British 7OSseSsiols duinrg the year 1865:-. l~4. AS,, ]t4. Isi. IIritish 1rosselssionl.: 1 Idli;L . . . 52,295, 5,.,) 37,3 i15.%72 - Australia. . 10,039,132 10,283, 13 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCLESIASTICAL NEWS The Rev. D. Brook, M.A., B.C.L., has consented to succmed the Icev. W. Redfern as minister of the Miethodist, Free Church, Redland. j; The Very Rev. Carey Broth has resigned the Deanery r of Guernsey, to which Subscribers-only content

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    C-7vISTMAS CHARITIES.| Curious au'd Otherwise. %' ' e acquainted with the historv of the nast to . cit Christmas has ever been " a gracious j t tSci of good-wrill and charity. The .,- of roli furnish descriptions of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AOmNY A1d STOCK MBRKETS Other Commercial News Wil be fed on 4he Sixtli Page. 4i2q3e 26 per "at. February 22nd, 1894.t A VFXOM 0R Ovrc coiiXESPOtinu]R i' London, Saturday Evening.| 'Tze bias been no fresh development within the last Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE WEEK. THE METROPOLIS. FUNERAL OF Loan WILLIAM RUSSELL.-Tuesday morning the mortal remains of the late deeply-reirett d Lord William Russell were removed from Norfolk-street, Park-lane, for in- terment in the family mausoleum of the house of Subscribers-only content

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    PROVINCIAL THEATRICALS, (lRom <)UR OWN COI=Sz ONDENTS.) ABERDEEN. THEATRE ROYAL.-The ever popular dramna The Relirf of Lurcesk iS being performed Very successfloly here. Mrs E. Price plays the devoted and heroic Jessie Brown with great ability, the dream sceee Subscribers-only content

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    SEEDS. SEED STORES1 OXFOIZR D. NOW READY. SPIERS & SON'S CHART (F the Oxford University Eight-oared Boat I 0 Races for 1886 (by authority and with the sanction of the University Boat Club). Printed Ornamentally in Colours, showing at Subscribers-only content

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    SEEDS. a - (J cFFE R I ES"! ,i n~~~~~~~~~~~ P~~~~~~~~~~ :SEED S TORES, c a OX FORbD. CHART-~~~~~ NOW READY, SPIERS & SON'S aCHA RT A OF the Oxford University Eight-oared Boat 1 0 Races for 1886 (by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SEEDS. r ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ax hi ~~k(~~~~ A JEFFERIES) w co SEED STORES, a] OXFORD. SPIERS & SON'S FAMILY WAR:I 'US-B., FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CHINA, EARTHENWARE, & GLASS. r, IJOUSES & ESTABLISHMENTS completely H Furnished with every requisite in the Subscribers-only content

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    SEEDS. Q f~~~~~~~~~~~~ a JEFERIESR I S c SJED STORES, OXFORD. SPIERS & SON'S FAMILY WAREHOUSE, A FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CHINA, EARTHENWARE, & GLASS. r, HTOUSES & ESTABLISHMENTS completely Furnished with every requisite in the above depart- ments Subscribers-only content

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    S E EDS. JEFFERIESP SEED STORES) OXFOR D. SPIERS & SON'S FAMILY WAREHOUSE, FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CHINA, EARTHENW-ARE, & GLASS. HOUSES & ESTABLISHMENTS completely J[LFurnished with every requisite in the above epart! ments at the most moderate charges. Subscribers-only content

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