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SIGHT RESTORED, NERVOUS HEADACHE AND DEAFNESS CURED.

SIGHT RESTORED, NERVOUS HEADACHE AND DEAFNESS CURED.

April 24, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
A FEW EXTRACTS FROM THE PRESS.

A FEW EXTRACTS FROM THE PRESS.

Tunes. —Recommends the universal adoption of Grimstone's Eye Snuff.— Editor. Poet—We feel pleasure in giving our testimony to the efficacy of Grimstone’s Bye Snuff— AViiW. Satirist.~The high reputation of this Snuff is justified by its restorative qualities.— Editor. J Evening M
April 24, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
WARWICK.

WARWICK.

Deaths.—On the 21»t instant., in Smith Street, Warwick aged 27 yearn, Mr. Kobert Mc'tJuH'e, native of Wigtownshire, Scotland, much and deservedly regretted by all who knew him, for his kind and unassuming manners through life. parted with his friends in the hope of being with Ch
April 24, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
EPITOME OF NEWS.

EPITOME OF NEWS.

The Paris papers of Thursday, state that the Chamber of Peers adopted on Wednesday, on amendment moved by JM. Beugnot, to the first article of the Colonial Bill, which entitles slaves hereafter to demand one day per week to work on their own account, in lieu of the food allowed
April 17, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
BOUSE OF COMMONS, Thursday, April \Olh. Mr. Cmbistie brought forward his motion for an humble address to Her Majesty, praying

BOUSE OF COMMONS, Thursday, April \Olh. Mr. Cmbistie brought forward his motion for an humble address to Her Majesty, praying

that she would be graciously pleased to appoint a Commission to inquire into and report upon all matters relating to the privileges, revenues, trusts, and to the state of education, learning, and religion, the I'niversities of Oxford and Cambridge, and the colleges of those univ
April 17, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 

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TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We have received variety of letters on the subject of the tdsying of the Teetotal Band; cannot find room fur half of them, and therefore, by way of dealing fairly, omit them all.
April 17, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

GALVANIC Rinas. THE numerous cure, bv 'hi. «‘ rerarfr incur, of COLT. HltF.l ATjSM. TIC, DOLOREEX, I'AINS in the LIMBS. Ike., ha.c induced per»n. uttorlv unacquuinteU with the « ic.,tiflc pnnctplc. upon uhtch thev ought to constructcl. imitate then.. There are now tboufumd, offe
April 17, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
UAAKI MAItIiKT, THIS DAY, TWO O'CLOCK. Wheit. ss. 2<i. to ss. BJ. per Itorlev, lo 335. per quarter bushel |

UAAKI MAItIiKT, THIS DAY, TWO O'CLOCK. Wheit. ss. 2<i. to ss. BJ. per Itorlev, lo 335. per quarter bushel |

Oats, to New Uiito. 0«. Od. to Os. Od. do. I Fluor, 30s. to 375. per soek Keans. Is. tkl. to ss. per ditto. J Bread. sd. per 4lb. loaf
April 17, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
SHOP IN BANBURY.

SHOP IN BANBURY.

TO be LET, with immediate possession, SHOP and HOUSE, situate the best part of Parson’s Street, and recently occupied as the Post Office.—Apply to Mr. Jas. Hill, Hatter, North Bar Street. For Sale.—A 4-wheel PONY PHAETON, turn-over seat, natent axle, for one or two ponies.—A set
April 3, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
 
HOP INTELLIGENCE.

HOP INTELLIGENCE.

BOROUGH, Monday. March 31.—The Hop Market steady, and there rather more doing for present e-onsutmHion, owing the change of weatlier; when this becomes fairly MUJed, no doubt the brewer* will re-conuncnee their operations to larger extent, and therefore be more free buyer* of bo
April 3, 1845 - Banbury Guardian - Banbury, Oxfordshire, England