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"At the Police Court, on Saturday, before Messrs. H. Walker and J. Ford, an old woman, named Mary Blackford, was charged with being drunk and disorderly in Queen's Square, on Friday night. She had been convicted nineteen times before of similar offences, and she was now fined 20s. and costs, in default one month's imprisonment."
"Drunk and Disorderly"
Birmingham Daily Gazette : May 1st 1871 Page 3

Banks's Brewery Poster Advertisement

Mitchells's and Butler's Export Pale Ale Beer Label

Batham's Brewery Poster [c.1940s]

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