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March 2, 1891 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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,pMORY .-LOIWEB SYSLEX-1 A Cam. ^tJL rige University 1r (Dr. X 2N. Ingle, XL.) was fth the powl ofimpoveent memo whicb ffie=resropea up.' 2. Adra"Ne.-R, A. PrWtoL 3. physho- l"oical and scientific.-Dr. Andrew Wldson. ApriL 1= 4. A pl.=t aid to [be ?? Listenant 0. mum. . a I easil
May 13, 1892 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPOND~ENCE. rOI77S TO COSPONDE .-AUr inteaA for writer; not CeO~atlSI for pub~ieats~ii, bufor the ioformation eoftae f5ditr. Whoa es baas to ohse 5 are not Rd 1 in Vhe eoiurSS of a day or two, tzhe 4 0esst 5 WoiU pteax to understand Xr t supy the 4fotOwit cied for. WTe Isiit
May 13, 1892 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SENSATIONAL POISONING CASE IN HUNGARY.

SENSATIONAL POISONING CASE IN HUNGARY.

SENSATIONAL POISONING- CASE IN HUNGARY. 3 5 a a I r a, I 5 [Eute' PciaZ &rvce Bunsntr, May 12-The trial of the three women PioniesKi, Xurjakow, and Kernast, who are charged .with'zaviiig poisoned at least ten peasants with arsenic, was begun at Neusatz Ujvidek to-day. The followi
May 13, 1892 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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February 4, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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NEWS OF THE DAY.

NEWS OF THE DAY.

Mr. CHULDERS, it is stated, Will embark on hood the Enchantress, to-day, on his cruise to the Medi- terranean. The Marylehone Nerempry makes the carioms an- 'nouncement that Professor HtxLY has given in adhesion to the Anti-Vaccination League. Lady DE GREY is promoting an excell
February 4, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correso.7ndeats who 0set any speeissf value upon. thei' caM- acmcications must keep copies of thea, a's we cannot W452'- takc to return unused coantriut ions. Alt letters int ended forpublication must be accompanied by the anae antd address of the writ
February 4, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PARLIAMENT AND POLITICS.

PARLIAMENT AND POLITICS.

BY . IJNDEPENDENT MELRAFBi. LONDON, Friday. MEmDERS are now rapidly returning to town, and an opportunity is afforded for discovering what the Liberal portion of them think about th3 con- duct of the Gavernment anid the position of afftirs. Everywhere I find the dissatisfaction
February 4, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FATAL OCCURRENCE IN ORMOND STREET.

FATAL OCCURRENCE IN ORMOND STREET.

VERDICT OF MANSLAUGHTER. Yesterday afternoon Dr. Birt Davies, Borough Coroner, held an inquest at the Birmingham House, Summer Lane, on the body of Was. Broadley, 30 years of age, baker, 30, Ormond Street, who met his death under the melancholy circumstances set forth in the fol
February 4, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE LONDON CONFERENCE.

THE LONDON CONFERENCE.

ABSENCE OF FRANCE. GAMBETTAS' DECREE OF DISQUALIFICATION. [SPECIAL TELEGRAM.] LONDON, Friday Night. The Conference on the Neutralisation of the Black Sea assembled at the Foreign Office this afternoon, and was again presided over by Lord Granvillie. France having refused to send
February 4, 1871 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England