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THE RAILWAY CATASTROPHE NEAR DUDLEY.

THE RAILWAY CATASTROPHE NEAR DUDLEY.

This lamentable occurtence Is still the absorbing topic of inte- rest throughout the district. Up to a late hour last night no farther death had taken place, although it wao currently rumeured on Tuesday evening that three more of the persons injured were (load, thus increaeing
August 26, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Commercial and Monetary.

Commercial and Monetary.

c;:riomertiaI anb moneary WFDNESDAY EvENING4, Auiguist 25. The Stock markets were firm again to-day; several large purchases were made, and prices closed ?? firmer than yesterday, the fluctuations being slight throughout the day. There were transactions in Consols for money at 96
August 26, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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September 2, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

THE MUSICAL FESTIVAL.

THE MUSICAL FESTIVAL WEDNESDAy NoINGmi The 'Weducsdty of 1855 was remarkable as tile accasioli on which Costa's "Eli" was first produced. Thle repita- tion of the writer as one of tlee isoet successful conductors of whous musical history snakes mention, had not been supplemented
September 2, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

The BIRflINGHAm DArLY POST, price one penny, is pub- lished every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday morning, at the offices, No. 38, New Streeb, Birmingham, and is ready for delivery to news agents at six o'6lock. Arrangements have been made for the delivery of the
September 13, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Provinces.

The Provinces.

'9t)t ?IjqgoWllas. ExTRNvOIRDINARY Ocoutitexce.-Thie Dais/riae Standard has the following: ' On Tuesday last a son of Mr. MIT ie, one of the parochial teachers in the parish of Blnittle, a boy six years of age, becamse sick after eating a quantity of fruit, and vomnited al eel fu
September 21, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
The Metropolis.

The Metropolis.

Ekt mfaplis. Bad accounts continue to arrive of the health of the great violinist, Herr Ernst. Herr Joachim has left England to winter in Germany, bnt to return, it is said, next year. Piccolomuini takes her farewell of the English public on Tuesday next, at the Crystal Palace. T
September 27, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE SUMMER PAUPERISM OF THE MIDLANDS.

THE SUMMER PAUPERISM OF THE MIDLANDS.

THE SUMMIER PAUPERISAI OF THE MIDLAINDS. The following table, showing the increase or decrease of pauperism, in each week of the month of August, in the west midland district, comprising the counties of Warwick, Stafford, Salop, IHereford, Worcester, and Gloucester, and also in E
September 29, 1858 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AMERICAN MISCELLANY.

AMERICAN MISCELLANY.

, !FHE NEWv Two-CsNT. Pris.- The new two-cent. pieco looks like geld. A wreath of wheat, surroanding 2Cents,," and arounld whlch are the words "United States of &meraella," form one aide. The shield of Libe'rty, andl the words "God-our Tzuat," make up the converse side. A valuabl
May 19, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Birmingham Daily Post.

Birmingham Daily Post.

pitmisob §ast eg. TUESDAY, MAY 24, 186'4 NEWS OF THE DAY. Is the House of Lords last night, the Earl of DERBY drew attention to some remarks made by the LOaD CHANCELLOR upon the occasion of the asecond reading of thQ Greek PrQfessorship of the University or Oixford Bill' and deni
May 24, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England