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07 April 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
/,MINGHAM LND ASTON CHRONICLE SATURDAY, APRIL 7, UM AT MARLBOROUGH Marlborough House (says the London correspondent), is about to be

/,MINGHAM LND ASTON CHRONICLE SATURDAY, APRIL 7, UM AT MARLBOROUGH Marlborough House (says the London correspondent), is about to be

lighted with electricity. The Prince, is not, however, going to ask for • grant from the Treasury for the purpose As tenant of Marlborough House he undertakes to execute repairs out of his own pocket and the substitution of electricity for gas is somewhat oddly placed under the
07 April 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BYRON'S PEN IT VENICE. A Constantinople journal, in referring eulogistically to Lord Byron's connection with the Armenian monastery at Venice,

BYRON'S PEN IT VENICE. A Constantinople journal, in referring eulogistically to Lord Byron's connection with the Armenian monastery at Venice,

says that almost all the English people who visit that institution desire to see and handle Lord Byron's pen. The pressure was at last so great that one day an aged monk got a goose killed, took its feathers, and made pens of them during his leisure hours, inking them thoroughly
07 April 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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07 April 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
s IRELAND ONCE AGAIN. BY THZ RKV. 5. It is never safe, unless you are • Cromwell, to say that

s IRELAND ONCE AGAIN. BY THZ RKV. 5. It is never safe, unless you are • Cromwell, to say that

the Lord has delivered anybody into your hand. But the United Unionist Party, with one or two significant exceptions, has recently identified itself once more with oppression in Ireland. A member of that party who is wiser than the ethers, because he bas 1101110 knowledge of Ire
07 April 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
For Cheap, Useful and Hard-wearing CLOTHING FOR BOYS AND MEN, GO TO E. W. PEPLOW, The Cheap Cash Clothier, 84,

For Cheap, Useful and Hard-wearing CLOTHING FOR BOYS AND MEN, GO TO E. W. PEPLOW, The Cheap Cash Clothier, 84,

Coleshill Street.
07 April 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
WALKER'S AVIARY FOR PIGEONS. Walker's Aviary for Canaries Walker's Aviary for Larks. Walker's Aviary for Specialties in Birds' Food, &c.

WALKER'S AVIARY FOR PIGEONS. Walker's Aviary for Canaries Walker's Aviary for Larks. Walker's Aviary for Specialties in Birds' Food, &c.

Walker's Aviary for everything required by Breeders & Fanciers. Solo Makers of WALKER'S PILLS for Pigeons and Poultry. WALKER'S AVIARY, 214, Aston Rod, KM INGHAM. ESTABLISHED 1862.
07 April 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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11 August 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
For Watchee, Clock ionds, Wedding Riuge, &c., eliable quality), E C. MARSII, 76, HIGH STREET, BIRMINGHAM. I

For Watchee, Clock ionds, Wedding Riuge, &c., eliable quality), E C. MARSII, 76, HIGH STREET, BIRMINGHAM. I

11 August 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
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NEE • AATON lAMB told whence it came. The tea was waiting when I de-tcen.led. Cyril Kingsley rose witla An easy grace, and shook my hand warmly. "I was not long in finding my way here," he said • " anti I have hen made so welcome tat lam afraid I shall be coming again and again.
11 August 1888 - Birmingham & Aston Chronicle - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England