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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

I ORRESPONDENICE. ..THE DISEASED iIBANT CAS -. XO $he RDME, Of ad DALY POST., 81r,-In explanation of the letters appearing In your isues of the 12thu ndt3th instant, relating to the ?? of, Mr.Joptha's bull, I wish, to state a few. of the ftif. O the 23rd of September last the mea
October 14, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE CAPE DIAMOND DIGGINGS.

THE CAPE DIAMOND DIGGINGS.

- A Birmingham correspondent seude us the following extract from a letter received from his brother at Co19s- berg, Cape of Good Hope 'OColesberg, August 26, 187.0. "Tle diamond diggings are really a wonderfual encess Dfamonds of from 5 to 25 oarats, and often. up to 30 and 40 c
October 14, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRBSPOND1CEN NOTICES TO OORMPOKNDE2M. 9armpfondmsqs ss ad sa nyspaita ?? apoa gdv cwo., U~esuntwsu XgWoprsic olftbrn< esw : eaawr eke ?? 51S "J. ?? Walsall-Yee.' ?? S,,"-ou muat comply with the rulb of the club. "Q."-The High Baillff of the County Oonrt Is paid by fees. We do n
December 29, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLICE CO

BIRMINGHAM POLICE CO

URT. YESTERDAY. Before Neaw, 2. a. s. Kyntersley (Stipendiar3), the Maycor. (Mr. T. Primc), and Zkessrs. Goodrick end .Mantonz CRUELTY TO Dounvs.e.-Joseph Rbbern, of Sowe, near Coventry, eanal'boat proprietor, was charged with working two donkeys whilst the animals were in an unf
February 1, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM COUNTY COURT.

BIRMINGHAM COUNTY COURT.

YESTERDAY. BEFOnz mU. R. G. WELFORD, JUDGE, LEwis V. WARD.-His Honour gave judgment in th!4 case, which was heard on the previous Wednesday, ancl, was an action to recover compensation for injury caused by the falling of the wall of a house In course of erectioi by the defendant
May 24, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

WOLVERHIAMPTON. v A e.xO D ISPiyH AT Sr. GOOBCs:'s,.-The Bev. A..S, tl Prior the vicar of St. George's, and his churchwarden, t Dr. douin, on the oneside, and the supedrtendent of the a Sunday school (Wi. James Phullips, vestry clerk) Rnd the n People's OhurohWarden (Mr. J. 0 Le
May 24, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PARLIAMENT, YESTERDAY.

PARLIAMENT, YESTERDAY.

[1PRgs ASCIATmON TELEo.Amj ROUSE OF COMMONS. The Speaker took the chair at twelve o'dock. WOMEN'S DISABILITIES BILL Mr. JACOB BRIGHT moved the second reading of the Women's Disabilities Bill, the object of which he explined was to confer upon women, duly qualified as electors, t
May 5, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

Efl-MD~GHAT4 POIC O BIRMINIGHAM POLICE COURT. YIFSTERDAY. Bcforc Mesmrs. T. a. S. Kmnecrsley (Stipcndiarg), S. Buckdcy, aznd J. Poacia. EXTssivis THnFvr or Locs,--Thomas Yardley (30), 171, Hamnpton Street, locksmith, and his wife, llannah Yardicy (62), both imperfectly educated,
May 5, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM COUNTY COURT.

BIRMINGHAM COUNTY COURT.

TIRYINGAM COUNTY COURT. BvEOwc 1r. .-G. WnrUOYD, JUDiteI EDWARDS V. T4YLOIL-This was an issue from the Court of I chequer of 'leas, In which the pldatiff sought to recover £107. ti, hOd., for some ironwork executed by him for defendant. Air, Godson ap ed for plaItiff, Uand r. Bow
December 16, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WAR NEWS.

WAR NEWS.

WAR NEWS PENDING the now sortie from Paris, which the last balloon mail has led us to expect, the forts there woflfid seem to be profiting by the German hints and reserving their ammunition for real exigencies. Ac- oording to a Pimee telegram from Berlin, the forts are all but si
December 16, 1870 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England