Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 1,367,664 articles

Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

CNO ! I p dl? Toot. i i v 1) li I I g ha ?, (3 , Y THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1807. NEWS OF THE DAY. No intelligence thathas ?? foralength- ened period-not even the fall of Delhi-will yield so much gratification as the announcement received by the Government yesterday. The telegram r
December 24, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

. clartspoulma. THE WITTON POOL ACCIDENT. To the EasTon of the DAILY POST. Sir,-The Upper Pool at Witton burst its bank about half-past nine on Thursday morning, the 17th instant. The Post of Friday, the 18th, says: " It has an area of twelve or thirteen acres, and eight to nine'
December 24, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ENQUIRY INTO THE CONDUCT OF THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE.

THE ENQUIRY INTO THE CONDUCT OF THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE.

THE ENQUIRY INTO TEE CONDUCT OF THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE. FOURTH DAY. Contillecd froer the roumal of Saturday. The committee relassembled on Tuesday, November 24th, at four o'clock, AUderman MANTON presiding. The Mayor, Mr. JOuN BATCLirF, as ex ofidco member of the comm
December 28, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
District News.

District News.

pistritt gdo. DUDLEY. WOROESTERSH91nE PRIsONERs' ELIsass SOCIETY.-FROM the last report of this society, It appears that it is progressing very eatisfactorlly, there now being the sum of £23. in the hands of the treasurers, and.£100. invested in Consols. In Dudley, where great dif
December 18, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE EDUCATIONAL FRANCHISE.

THE EDUCATIONAL FRANCHISE.

The following memorial in favour of the representation in the Legislature of the educated portion of the community has been transmittad to Lord Palmerston. ''Ulamorial of the undersigned IVoblemens and Gentlemeen to the Lord Viscount Palmserston, R. a.,.First Lord Coin- aissiose
December 21, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

View results found in US & World newspapers

Can you uncover your family story in our news archives?

View now Close
Latest News.

Latest News.

Tatat A,; this. * ULOmTIO AND 1NTFlNATIONAL UOmPAxTVs TZLroaA . Offices, Temple Buildings, New Street. INDIAN APPOINTMENTS. Mr. Vernon Smnith has conferred an Indian Cadetship on the son of Sir H. Wheeler and on the son of Major Btu-ton. PECUNIARY EMBARRASSMENTS OF LORD STRATFORD
December 23, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LATEST FOREIGN DESPATCHES.

LATEST FOREIGN DESPATCHES.

(Froese ouw own Corres)pondents.) LONDON, Tuesday Evening. EUROPEAN POLITICS. PARIS, December 22.-There is an absolute dearth of political news, and for the remainder of the present year there does not appear to be much prospect of the general dullness being disturbed by any eve
December 23, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

jo ham AM goof. 'IT 1011M, 114 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1857. NEWS OF THE DAY. THE movement began, we believe, by Colonel BAM- FORD, in Birmingham, for the relief of soldiers' wives and children, has been taken up warmly in London. Lord SHArFTsBuRy presided over a very numerously a
December 17, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE ASSIZES.

STAFFORDSHIRE ASSIZES.

YESTERDAY. (BEFORE DIB. BARON MARTIN.) The learned Baron took his eeat punctually at nine o'clock, when the following prisoners were called up for judgment:- Arthur Read, labourer, for cutting and wounding Francis Danks, at Willenhall, on the 12th September, fifteen years' penal
December 17, 1857 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COLONIAL CHURCH AND SCHOOL SOCIETY.

COLONIAL CHURCH AND SCHOOL SOCIETY.

COLONIAL CHURCH AND' SCHOOL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of this BOai~fy was held on Midn ay, at the Victoria-RoomsB, C. PNEeqoccupyin h;car The attendance wee but scanty, and consisted almost etetirely ' of ladies.J The Rev. E. YOUNG having engaged in prayer, The CHeAIRMAN' rose
January 24, 1857 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England