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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO LET-BUJSIiLESS FREMAIES Cat-srssto Le~t. for three horses, three Yelbieles A-PPi1Y, 'Duke of York, fluke Street. A' CaIN 'sF___R Proprietorg and Othins.-To Let. tivo five '~ stone] S'tftble3; loft, shed, and yard; attached to tho (botten] Avtou Street. Every Subscribers-only content

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    THE COUNTY COUNJLS. p I h N3OMIATIONS FOR SWROPSIRE I ,t The nominations of candidates for seats on the Sbrop- shire County Council took place yesterday, the elections for thecontste~d divisions being fixed for tho 16th insant. The votes Subscribers-only content

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    DISTRICT NEWS. NO TICE During the re-building of our premises th business of the Josrrmcef and Daily Post will be transacted at No. d, Cannon Street, where advertisementa and orders will be received, WALSALL. ALLEGED ATTEMPTED HIrGWAY ROBBERY.-At the Subscribers-only content

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    LONDON GAZETTE. [From) SFr;dy XIAighlt', sGazette, ] LIQUIDATIONS BY ARRANGDMENT. Daniel lill, the Thrilpp, Stroud, Molicostersshire, grocor acd general dealer, sad of Stroud aforesaid, ropoenstiere' assistant. F~irst meetieg, ast tbe ohixce.s of Mr. Ddwion Witeleli, solicitor, anedowna, Stroud, Genceetershire, Subscribers-only content

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    CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO COREESPONDENTS. 411 letters intended for publh ratton ust be aceswspanzedl ts - the tatie and add reSS of the ?vr ilen not necessarily for 1pibication, rbut ror the information of the Editor. a When nsuewerts to Subscribers-only content

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    ELECTIONS OF GUARDINS. The 7 INGeS NORTON UNION. The counting of the votes recorded in the election of Guardians for the King's Norton Union took place on Saturday, at the Workhouse, Selly Oak. In several of the parishes there Subscribers-only content

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    - : LLOYD'S SHIPPING NEWS. ADRss, Dec. 9.-The Clan Macgregor, from the Clyde for Ca cutta, and the Lorenzo, from India for Huil, arrived. ALEEANODRIA,Dec. 8.-The Saghalien, from Japan, tailed fo Ma-rseilles. BOSTON, Dec. 7,-The Sachem sailed for LiverpooL-..oec Subscribers-only content

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    LOCAL NEWS. LREDS. UNITED METHODIST FEEOeCHURCurs.-The annual 0ti asaembly of the C nited Methodist Free Churches (formerly ti Ibe 'Wealeyan As~oclation and the Reformers, but now I vulted) is at prctls 1i1n iLn~l ~1tenme fd representatives from all parts Subscribers-only content

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    1VOICEto MARINERS.-WRECK in, NOTICE D~~~~~~~IDYFORD BtY. LodnNov, 17, 1857. NOTICE S HEREB GIV P. tHat aBiERTHBONY meairkd Tee PACK1lET iSHIforTheat olowwaesping tidrs, ith h1Me nolldowin A Veehoss n ugy opsenwih)s Brend. N. Waio. Asein~o ....a... wih h Is igh Subscribers-only content

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    COUNT! I V 1\ I_ . HK 3 TS. (For L ..idoii Reports _.<j next page.) BURY CATTLE MARKET, Wednesday, Sept 10. The supply ■■( store sheep and bullocks was good, but trade ruled vei.v dull. - it uoep Subscribers-only content

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    BORDER COUNTIES WORTHIES. (Front the "Otwestry Advert iter. "J Cbake, Thomas, was born at Chester in 1808, and having shown, when a boy, a decided predeliction for art, be was, by the kindness of a friend, sent to the Subscribers-only content

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    THE CHURCH. . P*asßNTvriO!f s.- Ths Rev. Richard Vivers, B. D., to tbe rectory of Kettering, Northampton- shire, vacant by the .resignation of the Ron. iand Rev. Henry Watson; the Rev. IL Marthie, B. A., 4>f Pembroke college, Cambridge, Subscribers-only content

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    SWiFT STEAM YACHT, of eighty- horse power, sails regularly from BRIGHTON to OIEPPE every W EDN ESDAY and SATURDAY, at Nine o'clock in the Morning, and from DIEPPE to BRIGHTON ever y MONDAY Morning, at Nine o'Ciock, and every Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTHS. Bartholomew. - On the 27th inst., at Ckmnt ess Wear, near Exeter, the wife of the Bey. Eobert Bartholomew, of a daughter. Bateman. - On the 28th inst., at S7, Brook -street, Grosvenor-square, the Lady Bateman, of a Subscribers-only content

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    fttßt*. JB«trbr_tii. * $«fli*. „ , wr« EACH IN6ERTION BY CHEQUE OE P.«K, ** ffSr_Bß»" OOWARD, AND C8066E8 JfjiflKlSfi." _____ BIRTHS. _Or the ISth inst . at 7, Glencaim-crescent, Edinburgh, fk'-^yt, j H- Balfour, of a son. ' * Subscribers-only content

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    BIRTH. At Woodlands, near Bridgnorth, the lady of Thomas W. Wylde Browne, Esq. of a daughter. MARRIED. July 19th, by special licence, by the Rev. Samuel J. Knight, at Colonel Cuffs, Whitehall- Place, London, Frederick Ham- ilton Cornewall, Esq. Subscribers-only content

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    MILITARY PROMOTION Commission signed by the Loan Liectfnavt rfWrTwAV B^ ?° r,h ™~' Regiment .ll!lma._L. .A. Vaugnan, Gent., to be Lieuten^it. PREFERMENT. of CrickUde niVT ViCar °' laMm > "* Rural D »a BIRTH. mi..,. „. MA RRIAGES. March Subscribers-only content

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    3Jrade and Monejt Patters. The Iron Trade. - The advance of 2s. per ton on co-il has placed the iron trade in an awkward position, the competition with other districts being so great that higher prices for iron are Subscribers-only content

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    PBOPOSED JAM PACTOBT AT ' FEBSHOBE. We hear on good authority that Lord Coventry haa decided to build a Jam and Pickle Factory near Pershore. Tha place aeleoted ia near Pershore Bail- way Station, on a piece of land Subscribers-only content

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    ACCIDENT AT THE CHARTERHOUSE SCHOOL. | The Charterhouse House at Godalming was the scene, on Tuesday afternoon, of an alarming accident. Some five hundred boys were arranged on a large platform, with a succession of tiers, the highest 14 Subscribers-only content

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