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SINGULAR LUNACY ENQUIRY.

SINGULAR LUNACY ENQUIRY.

On Saturday morning the enquiry into the alleged lunacy of Mr. Francis HenrylPaget, a country gentle- man, formerly residing upon his own estate at Birstall, in Leicestershire, the petitioner being his daughter, Mrs. Ada Mary Walker, of MKaunby Hall, Thirak, Yorkshire, was conti
February 16, 1891 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT.

PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT.

' PALIAMNT, LAST IGHT. I HOU5B 01 LOBDS. 1 In the absence of the Lord Chancellor, the Earl Of r Morley took his seat en the Woolsack at a quarter-past j, four o, clock.( THE ANGLO-FRENCH AGREEMENT. i The Marquis of SALISBoRY said: I wish to say a word or two about an agreement I
August 12, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GLEANINGS.

GLEANINGS.

GLEANIN'GS. Sir Henrv James, MYP., and Miss James are spe'yi. the Easter holidays at Brighton. Mr. W. B. Redfern has acquired the provincial a certain other rights of " Dorothy." Mr. Leopold de Rothschild has promised to preside the Royal General Theatrical Fund dinner on lbth .1
April 8, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE MINERS' PERMANENT RELIEF SOCIETY.

NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE MINERS' PERMANENT RELIEF SOCIETY.

NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE MINERS' PERM-ANENT RELIEF SOCIETY. I The twentieth annual meeting of the North Stafford- shire Coal and Ironstone Workers' Permanent Relief Society was held at Stoke-on-Trent, yesterday, when there were present a good number of delegates from the various local
April 8, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AMERICAN MARKETS.—YESTERDAY.

AMERICAN MARKETS.—YESTERDAY.

AMERICAN MARKETS.-YESTERDfAY. The Stock. market opened weak under bear pressure. Union Pacific, Philadelphia and Reavding, and Missouri and Pacific were. pressed for sale and declined, the losses extending to the three quarters. Covering by shorts and bnying caused a rally, how-
April 8, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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GRAND THEATRE.

GRAND THEATRE.

We bave leasure in saying a good word for the panto- mime ot " Cinderella," which is being taken on tourby Mr.Charlss Majilton, and which is this week being given at the Grand Theatre. It is deficient in respect of scenic mounting, but otherwise it is worthy of commendation. The
April 6, 1892 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ASTON LOCAL BOARD.

ASTON LOCAL BOARD.

A meetinlf this Board was held last evening, under the presidency of Mr. L. S. Richards. -The clerk was instructed to apply to the Local Government Board for sanction to borrow £1,900., being the moiety of the expensebabe incurred in the improvement of Hockley Brook.-A petition
April 6, 1892 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY.

COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY.

COME#IA ADMOETT - - I . I.3r-i orW- CGfQ1 Cfrrlr5OndCr Io'DoX, Monday Evening. Bank rate of discount since -April 17, 1890, 3 per cent. - This being the last day of the settlement Money was more wanted in Lombard Street to-day, and at | one time day-to-day loans were wanted on Co
May 6, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.

PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE.

PRINCE 01_WALIES THEATRE. "3GUY FAkWEES, :E:SQ ' In selecting the story of the famous gunpowder plot for the purpose of stage tra esty, Messrs. A. 0. Torr (which is, a~s eeryona versed in things theatrical knows, sh3e rvwrm ae plats of the popular omedian Mr. Fred knilie) and Hre
May 6, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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July 7, 1890 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England