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BIRMINGHAM. Noted for FIRST CLASS LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN’S

BIRMINGHAM. Noted for FIRST CLASS LADIES’ AND GENTLEMEN’S

Boots and Shoes.
March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AT MODERATE PRICES.

AT MODERATE PRICES.

MODERATE PRICES. Every description Boots and Shoes made to Order. 283 T>IANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS THK BEST OF ETERT DEBCRIPTIOK. For Bale or Hire, and on the Three Tears* System, MR. RUSSELL’S MUSIC WAREHOUSE 26. BENNETi 8 HILL. BIRMINGHAM.
March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
ESTABLISHED 1821,

ESTABLISHED 1821,

JJOOKBINDING. Charles Cooper, 7, 8, », COACH YARD, BULL BTKEET, BIKMINeHAM, Is pr<T.Tr(‘4 to BIND any Largo or Small Quantity of BOOKS in evrrv style, from Cloth to Morocco Elegant, at ricrptioHa'Jy tow Prices. Prices forwarded application. All Work Eeturxed Finished l» Fourteen
March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SECOND EDITION.

SECOND EDITION.

6, 1871. Daily Mail Office, 4.30 p.ni. THE FINAL PEACE NEGOCIATIONS. (PRESS ASSOCIATION TELEGRAM.) Tlie Moniteur declares that the news published in the Indcpendancc Beige, to the effect that the final peace negociations will take place at Brussels, is premature. The Belgian Gov
March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PAINLESS DENTISTRY. M S. J. SURGEON-DENTIST, ONLY ADDRESS —I 7, HILL. ArtHioial Twtbof the •onstnirtlon, operations unnerewtsn-. The person dan

PAINLESS DENTISTRY. M S. J. SURGEON-DENTIST, ONLY ADDRESS —I 7, HILL. ArtHioial Twtbof the •onstnirtlon, operations unnerewtsn-. The person dan

ba supplied without fear of pain or idioonvenience. Fain less Extractions and everj' operation in Dental Surgery. Attendance daily. 21
March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY MAIL, MONDAY, MARC

THE BIRMINGHAM DAILY MAIL, MONDAY, MARC

March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
mr. Childers’s successor.

mr. Childers’s successor.

The Daily yews says:—Although no official announcement has yet been made, the resignation of Mr. Childers may, we presume, be taken as a practically accomplished fact. Speculation as to his successor has been rife in advance of the occasion. Lord Kimberley,accordingto one guess,
March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NO SMOKE. NO SMELL.

NO SMOKE. NO SMELL.

BEFORE purchasing: Stove, gee the ECONOMIC, PORTABLE, ATMOSPHERIC COOKING and HEATING STOVE, which is applicable to every requirement, and is complete lt*elf, without any cost of fixing It will found invaluable during the winter months to Invalids and persons requiring a warm an
March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SUICIDE.

SUICIDE.

A letter addressed from Switzerland to the Augsburg Gazette gives some details hitherto unpublished respecting General Bourbaki's attempt to commit suicide. It appears that after the receipt of some despatches from the Government of Bordeaux the General was already in such state
March 6, 1871 - Birmingham Mail - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England