History and Information on Bull Street in Birmingham in the County of Warwickshire.


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Bull Street Pubs

Some history of Bull Street

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Birmingham : Bull Street [c.1938]

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Street Scenes in Bull Street

Birmingham : Bull Street [c.1922]

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Genealogy Connections

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Related Newspaper Articles

Spade Ace Guinea

"Sarah Kimbley [21], hawker, Adam Street, and William Kimbley [47], nail-maker, Adam Street, were charged with being drunk and offering for sale a spade ace guinea, supposed to have been stolen. On Friday afternoon the attention of Police Constable Salmons was called to the female prisoner, who was offering the guinea in question for sale at the shop of Mr. Horton, Bull Street. She was drunk at the time. Mr. Horton refused to buy the guinea, and the prisoner then went to Mr. Mole's, New Street, and was endeavouring to sell the coin, when the officer went in and took her into custody on suspicion of stealing it. The male prisoner afterwards went to the lock-up to see what had become of his daughter, and as both of them refused to say how they became possessed of the guinea they were both locked up. The guinea bore the superscription of George III., 1798. As nothing was known of the prisoners they were discharged; but the officer was ordered to keep the coin for few days in order to see if an owner could be found for it."
"Supposed Theft of a Spade Ace Guinea?"
Birmingham Daily Gazette : May 10th 1869 Page 8

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