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FARMING STOCK, Upper Skclty Farm, Paruh of Sludley. TO be SOLD AUCTION, on Monday the 2<l of ' October, 182S,

FARMING STOCK, Upper Skclty Farm, Paruh of Sludley. TO be SOLD AUCTION, on Monday the 2<l of ' October, 182S,

all the valuable Farming Stock, consisting of fat and dairy cows, heifers and calves, and heifers J calf, capital long-horn sturk bull, fat and store fat and store lambs, mare and colt, horses, tackling, waggons, carts, ploughs, and other implements husbandry. z Sale to commence
September 18, 1826 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MARRIED,—OiI Tuesday, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, Lord Suffield, Emily Harriet, daughter of Evelyn John Shirley, Esq. of Eatington Park.,

MARRIED,—OiI Tuesday, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square, Lord Suffield, Emily Harriet, daughter of Evelyn John Shirley, Esq. of Eatington Park.,

in this county.—On Wednesday, Mr. T. Harris, surgeon, to Martha, eldest daughter of Mr. T. Bromhall On Thursday, at St. Martin's, Mr. Abraham Salt, jun. of Worcester Terrace, Edgbaston, to Lydia, only daughter of the late Mr. John Angear, accountant, of this town On the 30th ult
September 18, 1826 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
To the Gtueiie. Sir, ALLOW an observer of passing scenes to offer remark two upon a recent proceeding our Town

To the Gtueiie. Sir, ALLOW an observer of passing scenes to offer remark two upon a recent proceeding our Town

Hall, which may not > prove altogether without uso. Never, I think, such an illustration of Solomon's saying, that '• the tender mercies of the Kicked j art cruel" (ace Proverb, xU. 10) offered to the consideration mankind that exhibited the wisdom the two Parliamentary Deputies
January 25, 1836 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRTH.—On the 18th inst. at Warwick House, Cheltenham, the Lady of the Rev. Dun comb Steele Perkins of a Son

BIRTH.—On the 18th inst. at Warwick House, Cheltenham, the Lady of the Rev. Dun comb Steele Perkins of a Son

and Heir. MARRIED.—On Tuesday last, at Sutton, by the Rer W. R. Bedford, Major Wakefield, of the 39th Regiment, to Anne, eldest daughter of George Wakefield, of Minworth Greaves.—On Tuesday last, at the Collegiate Church, Manchester, Mr. W. Weale, statuary, of Wolverhampton, to
January 25, 1836 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
T„ CAPITAL MAIDEN ELM TIMBER. 0 be SOLD by Auction, MOORE and WEAVER, at the Hop-pole Inn, Tewkesbury, Wednesday the

T„ CAPITAL MAIDEN ELM TIMBER. 0 be SOLD by Auction, MOORE and WEAVER, at the Hop-pole Inn, Tewkesbury, Wednesday the

2/th day of January, 1836. at twelve" o'clock, in 17 lots— t 3.00 Maiden Elm Timber Trees, and 31 Ash Trees, together with the Lop and Top thereof, numbered aud standing upon Estates at Holdfast and Queen-hill, bounded the"River Severn, and within three miles of the towns of Upt
January 25, 1836 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OF A LARGE AND IMPORTANT COLLECTION

OF A LARGE AND IMPORTANT COLLECTION

SUPERIOR OLEOGRAPHS, PAINTINGS, Jbt whole being taken from Cbeioe Subjects, and numbering upwards of 900 Lot*. (To AOTAVCI JOHN WARD will SELL by AUCTION, -1? A the Sale Boom, a* above, WEDNESDAY, November 17, commeneiag Eleven o'clock promptly Large and Important Collection of
November 6, 1880 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GOALS 1 COALS I GOALS I

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GOALS COALS GOALS nOOD HOUSE COBBLES, 13c 6d. ; Bretby Lonpc lie 6d.; Broth/ Beat Coo L lie Od.; lie fid.; Bekin* Nate lie fi(L; Bod Do*? Ooa], lfie «C| Deep LOW lie fid.; Booth Steak, ISefiC; aay' where la foe (hah. JAM AgttA, Chap Hill StoUoe iSM DAVIS'S IS THE LARGEST, BEST. A
November 6, 1880 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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November 6, 1880 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AMERICAN SEAL JACKETS, JACKETS,

AMERICAN SEAL JACKETS, JACKETS,

November 6, 1880 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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4.' x ' then said the Birmingham Town Council would m», "We should not be making contribution* a society wader private government, but should do have dene with our ndustrial Schools Shustoke, establish a reformatory school for tho treat. Bent of Birmingham lads who are there for
November 6, 1880 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England