various newspaper references to Samuel Biddis

Author: Sylvia Sellwood
Date published: 06/01/2016

Samuel Biddis

shed in a good Market Town in Berkshire; 9 and fixtures moderate.—For cards of address, apply Herald Office, Newbury. SAMUEL BIDDIS, DECORATOR, &c, VACANCY for an APPRENTICE. Apply-Northbrook-street, Newbury. TO PAINTERS. WANTED several good hands. Apply 18 April 1863 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England

Thos. Fennell's, the Jack of Newbury Inn, and appointed the following officers for the ensuing year. Constables: Messrs. Samuel Biddis and George Church.— Tithingmen: Joseph Becket, W. Bajjham, F. ) Eves, Thos. Coles, Thos. Higgs, and Thos. Clayton.— Mayor's 03 November 1855 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England

collection of pictures. , The hanging the paintings and decorations of the hall entrusted our talented townsmau, Mr. Samuel Biddis, who has not failed by his present display of artistic taste enhance his ) already well-deserved reputation. At the west 17 September 1859 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England

Tractarianism, much to the annoyance of many of the inhabitants of the borough. I am, Sir, Your most obedient Servant, SAMUEL BIDDIS. Newbury, October 26th, 1859. 29 October 1859 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England

POLICE— Monday. (Before T. Feller, Esq., Mayor, E. W. Gray, and J. Alexander, Esqrs.) Charge of Using Indecent Language.—Mr. Samuel Biddis, ornamental painter, of North brook-street, was charged with using profane, indecent, and obscene language towards Mr. 03 November 1855 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England

demand, and prices a shade better. Constitutional Club.—On Tuesday evening last this club had presented to them, by Mr. Samuel Biddis, one of the members, a portrait of Mr. Johnstone, the late landlord. The portrait does Mr. Biddis much credit, and i* another 29 November 1851 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England

NFWBURY. APRIL 13, 1867- NOTICE OF REMOVAL. SAMUEL BIDDIS, Plumber & Decorator, b respectfully to inform the Nobility. Clergy, and Gentry, has REMOVED to the NEW PREMISES, near JACK HOTEL, Northbrook Street, Newbury. A 1 TUB BERKSHIRE CHRONICLE 13 April 1867 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England


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