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CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENIB, PUBLIC BATEIS. To tlew EDITOR of the DImY POST. Sir,-Will you allow me to suggest, through the medium *of your valuable paper, the USe of a trapeze in the Cerpor.. atlon Swimming Baths, similar to that Inowv used at Wol. verhadsptoa. The coat of erection would he
August 15, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

THE FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

THE FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, The Midsummer distribution of prizes took place yester day at the SchooL The Rev. C. Evans, M.A., head master, presided. There was a large attendance of ladles and gentlemen. After a few prellinanrye observa. tions, the Head Master read the following list
July 2, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM BANKRUPTCY COURT.

BIRMINGHAM BANKRUPTCY COURT.

I BMBLWGB BANKRUJPTCy COSURT. YESTE RDAY. DgrORS MJR. COM I5&OSNER SANDER&. In t6 Tririficl ad Nok. B iftgham, n.ia racufacfurcrs.- rast o namia3tion and AischarSge.X fr.- Hodgson, who appeared or the ausigfess, said that on the 17th of Mlarch tho case Wa ,tboore the Uiurt, when
July 2, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TUNSTALL.

TUNSTALL.

l.OLlIO. COuRT.-Mr. -. E. Davl, the new Stipendisiry Magistrate, was received at Tanstall on Thursday, by the Chief Bailiff and members and officers of the Board of Health. The Chlef Bailiff, on behalf of the authorities and Inhabitants of the town, congratulated the learned gen
July 2, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
FOREIGN MISCELLANY.

FOREIGN MISCELLANY.

FOREIbGN MISCELLANY. A letter from Venice of the 27th ult. states that General Benedek had just reviewed 22,000 troops on the Oampo MImzo, The population looked on in mournful ailence. The Times says that intelligence from Madrid warrants a hope that the dispute with Peru will so
June 6, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ROYAL VISIT TO CAMBRIDGE.

THE ROYAL VISIT TO CAMBRIDGE.

TiHE ROYAL VISIT TO CAMBRIDGE. Their Royal Highnessea the Prince and Princess of Wales brought their Cambridge visit to an end on Saturday, and on the previoun eveniqg a grand ball was given by the blaster of the Trinity, in the court of Trinity College, Over a thousand guests, b
June 6, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RAILWAY TRAVELLING IN GERMANY.

RAILWAY TRAVELLING IN GERMANY.

Mr. Boner, her Majesty's Secretary of Legation at Munileh, writes as follows on this subject in his report:- "I have several times alluded to the admirable regula. tions established throughout Germany to ensure safety In railway travelling, and have shown, by official returns, t
September 22, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM HEATH AND SMETHWICK.

BIRMINGHAM HEATH AND SMETHWICK.

BIRMINGHAM HEATH AND SMEHWIR We had ecoasion some time since to noticothe fbrmatlon of a Working Moen' Club and Institute, and their intention to erect a suitable building. This Is now accomplished, and a neat edifice han been built (under the direction of Ur. T. . Olarke, archit
August 24, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ANOTHER PHASE OF THE AMERICAN QUESTION.

ANOTHER PHASE OF THE AMERICAN QUESTION.

; ANOTHER PHASE OF THE AMERTCAIN QUESTION. , (Tinles 'New York aorresponvient) h lb Is at this crisis that the pleasant hostelry on thi Canadian side of the FaIls of Niagara (Dr. Maokay Is stay leg there at present) has become the centra of negotlatloni which promise the withdraw
August 24, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HOW STILL-BORN CHILDREN ARE DISPOSED OF IN LONDON.

HOW STILL-BORN CHILDREN ARE DISPOSED OF IN LONDON.

HOW STILL-BORN CHILDREN ARE DISPOSED OF I LONDON. Yeeterday morning Mr. nimpbrOYSfl, Middlcneex Coroner, restumed. at the Three Caps Tavern, g Strea an enquiry into the death of a newly-born female child, which bad been thrown away by order of the mother, mmarried woman.-Dr. Henr
July 22, 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England