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WANTED, a PARTNER, with MOO. to £1,0*0., to replace one retiring. Established fire Tears. Profits good.—Address, aIMO, Gazette OfEoe. Ai24o

WANTED, a PARTNER, with MOO. to £1,0*0., to replace one retiring. Established fire Tears. Profits good.—Address, aIMO, Gazette OfEoe. Ai24o

WANTED, a PARTNER, with MOO. to £1,0*0., replace one retiring. Established fire Tears. Profits good.—Address, aIMO, Gazette OfEoe. WANTED, a junior PAR'fikii, with about £BOO., in firstclass manufacturing concern. A goad opportunity for Young Man about beginning business. —Addres
January 1, 1870 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PARTNER (Practical), to introduce a new Trade, unlimited demand, profits large, small outlay, no risk.—Address. *.lllB, Gazette Office. *lllB PARTNERBH t to £3OO.—A

PARTNER (Practical), to introduce a new Trade, unlimited demand, profits large, small outlay, no risk.—Address. *.lllB, Gazette Office. *lllB PARTNERBH t to £3OO.—A

PARTNER (Practical), to introduce a new Trade, unlimited demand, profits large, small outlay, no risk.—Address. *.lllB, Gazette Office. *lllB PARTNERBH to £3OO.—A P, or would Porchaee Business. £2OO, drees, ±llBB, G-aaette OfSoe. PARTNERSHIP.— A practical Man of energy and thorou
January 1, 1870 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GOOCH Street. —Eligible Front HOUSES for Sale; well letting; producing £157. per annum. Ground-rent under £l2. Long lease. Price £l,llO.

GOOCH Street. —Eligible Front HOUSES for Sale; well letting; producing £157. per annum. Ground-rent under £l2. Long lease. Price £l,llO.

£l,OOO. can remain.—Jeskims, 25, Cannon St. K i pet Cent., clear of Ground-rent.—Long Leasehold PRO- PE RTY ; lets well. Net rents £lO4. Price £67o.— Jimes JENKixs. 25, Cannon Street. A 1127
January 1, 1870 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CT. PAUL’S BRANCH SCHOOL, KJ CAMDEN DRIVE, LEGGE LANE. A BA ZA A WILL BE HELD THIS SCHOOL, JANUARY, 6th,

CT. PAUL’S BRANCH SCHOOL, KJ CAMDEN DRIVE, LEGGE LANE. A BA ZA A WILL BE HELD THIS SCHOOL, JANUARY, 6th,

Ith, and B<A. Contributions of Work, Goods, or Money, will be most gratefully received by any Member of the Committee. The proceeds will be devoted to the discharge of all existing Liabilities upon the School. R. B. BURGES. B. A., Vicar of St. Paul’s. BAILEY. I— . . 2416 O. E. M
January 1, 1870 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
girminijlram (tottt SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1870.

girminijlram (tottt SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1870.

January 1, 1870 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Daeljstok.—On the 29th nit., after long and painful illness, Mr. Samuel Darlaston, of 73, Branston Street; highly respected and deeply lamented. Davis. —On the 30th ult., Elm Lodge, Wandsworth, Surrey. Mary Jane, the beloved wife of Robert Davis, and daughter Clement Heeley, of
January 1, 1870 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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•BDER OP BUNN I

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January 1, 1870 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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January 1, 1870 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
SAYINGS ADAPTED TO THE SEASON ' i fjt neighbour, and Iltavca over all f r < »'; f» rewvation th»-

SAYINGS ADAPTED TO THE SEASON ' i fjt neighbour, and Iltavca over all f r < »'; f» rewvation th»-

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January 1, 1870 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
I gave the «mm«ti might be dismissed, kept them, unknown mother. Some days I came to tell Dreveton that hie

I gave the «mm«ti might be dismissed, kept them, unknown mother. Some days I came to tell Dreveton that hie

horse was ready He went oat for a moment, leaving his secretary open ; saw some gold, and the same deril that had promjpted before was standing by, and •«*»« impelled me, and I took a handfuFof coin. master returned immediately and looked the drawer, and not knowing when conceal
January 1, 1870 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England