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THE MEDICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND.

THE MEDICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND.

By B. W. RIcnURDsoN, M.A,, ALD., Ssordor Physician to tbhe Roy1 Infirmary Tlr Diseases of the Chest THE MEDICAL HISTORY Or, BIRMINGHAM (Frot the Medical Y'irnes ased Gazcele.) THE WORKHOUSE. In my last report I made reference, at the close, to the Workhouse and the Workhouse Inf
12 September 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AN EXIRAORDINRY SUICIDE.

AN EXIRAORDINRY SUICIDE.

At an inquest, held before one of thb Mliddlesem Coroners on Friday, the following astounding facts were deposed to respecting the death of a young woman of seventeen, of the name of Ann Holiday :-Rlchard Arnold said that at about twelve o'clock on Thursday morning he was on the
12 September 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE.

LONDON GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS ?? FrldaV Night's amtf) JOSrcrJA flowroN, Edgbastoss, Birmingham, Oct. 10, at 12, at BanSrepts' Coaut, Birmingham. TUhOsAS MITCHE.L, Birmlfiangham, and Harborne, Staffordshire, painter, Oct. 10, at 12, at Bankrupts Court, BirminghanW. JosErn RoDa , Coseloy, Staffordshi
12 September 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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THrE"eAmun'X "No &" rl BIBMI.N#HAM MOURN1A LID. FlTNML WAREHOUSE, 42 x A M E W a X W E EVERY DESCRIPTION OF MOURNING ATTIR1R. BLACK SILKSXN IHI GRRATEXT VARIMY SHOW BOOM FOR MOURNING M l7AY U&ZNTLB AND DRESS MHAING. FUNERALS EMXIOlINTLY AND ?? (10NDUfBD IN AN X IPART 0W fmU CO0UT
24 June 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELAGENWE. ASCOT RACES. Stewards: The SarI of Beseborougb, the Hon. Admiral Rolls, 0 Alexander, Esq., W. G. Craven, Esq. Judge: Mr. J. F. Clark. Start~er: Mr. T. M'George. Clork of the Course: James Manning. TESTERDALY. Second Year of the FLEST NOEW BIENNIAL STAKES Of
10 June 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

BIRMINGHAM POLICE COURT.

BIRMINGRAM POLICE COURT. Y'ESTERDAY. ~eforie Messrs. 2. Cox, H. Smith, and J. Poncij. BRUTAL ASSAULT IN A RAILWAVY CARrIAuG.-JOhy Duddlc, a private In the. Cape of Good Hope Mountec Miles, Low of Bury, Lancashire, was charged with beini drunk, and ?? George Rogers, soldier, Marke
05 August 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PARLIAMENT, YESTERDAY.

PARLIAMENT, YESTERDAY.

(BY ELEGnhIO TELMoRAP1,] HOUSE OF LORDS. Their LordabipB met at five o'clock. THE ALLEGED MASSACRE OF SWEDISH TRHOM AT ALSEN. In reply to a question from the Earl of Shaftesbury, Earl BIUSSELL said he had received Information from Berlin that the reported murder in cold blood of
13 July 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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13 July 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
AYLMER'S FIELD.

AYLMER'S FIELD.

AYLMER'S F[ELD. The following Is a summary, froa the Lecd8 MfercurY, of "Aylmer's field," the second poem in Mr. Tennyson's new volume, This is a tale of retribution on a proud baronet who refused to allow his daughter and only child to marry the man she loved, Leolln, the brothe
15 August 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
DISTRICT NEWS.

DISTRICT NEWS.

WOLVERtLiAMPTON. EMBEZZLEMENT BY A CLERIC-O. Satueday, at the Borough Petty Sessions, before Messrs. H, Walker and 1. Banks, a clerk namued Prince Lee, in tba employ of Mr. Charles Howells, paint manufactarer, of Bond Street, was convicted of embezzling £2 13n,, which he hod rec
15 August 1864 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England