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A SOLDIER'S LIFE.

A SOLDIER'S LIFE.

WWmumßeresford has left London for India, rid Brindm, to join his regiment—the 9th Lancers—now marching towards Cabul. His Lordship's life and adventures daring the past three months would form the groundwork of very exciting romance. He was employed in India as A.D.C. to the Vi
September 20, 1879 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE ADVENTURES OF AN ERRAND BOY.

THE ADVENTURES OF AN ERRAND BOY.

y° nth <rf nxteen, was charged before the Liverpool magjstratea on Saturday, on remand, with having stolen a cash-box containing about <400, the property of Mr. Liveeey, druggist, Banelagh-street, in whose employ was errand boy. The robbery took place on the .August, and it was
September 20, 1879 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS.

THE SALE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS.

A Parliamentary return issued on Tuesday shows that in the varioua oounties of England and Wales (the population being 16,354,420) there were in the year 1877 72 384 houses licensed for the sale liquors to be consumed on the premises, and registered under section 36 85 and 36 Vi
September 20, 1879 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
w b» Auction THE LEICESTERSHIRE HORSE REPOSITORY, LEICEBTEB. Q ALES every alternate Saturday throughout the year, ' comprising Fifty to

w b» Auction THE LEICESTERSHIRE HORSE REPOSITORY, LEICEBTEB. Q ALES every alternate Saturday throughout the year, ' comprising Fifty to

Sixty HUNTERS, Harness Horses, and Hacks. WARNER, SHEPPARD, ft WADE, Auctioneers. LEICESTER. ANNUAL RACE BALE. WARNER, SHEPPARD, ft WADE Are favoured with instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the Repository, Leicester, on Saturday, October 4th (the day after Leicester Races), fol
September 20, 1879 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Farther disturbaneea have occurred at Lurgan. One man was stabbed, and the police were stoned. Countess Grey, the

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Farther disturbaneea have occurred at Lurgan. One man was stabbed, and the police were stoned. Countess Grey, the

wife of the Bight Hon. Earl Grey, died at Howiek Hall, Northumberland, Sunday. Mrs. S. C. Hall unveiled a memorial window to Thomas Moore, the poet, in Bromham Church, Wiltshire, on Saturday. The body of a lady named Bnekeridge, who lived by herself, has been found in ditch near
September 20, 1879 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
fcettecs XUTOV nil SCHOOLS* Sir, —I have noticed in your paper lately many letters baring reference to the Free School*

fcettecs XUTOV nil SCHOOLS* Sir, —I have noticed in your paper lately many letters baring reference to the Free School*

in our town, some of then have come from " Old School Boy," and very worthy epistles they are in some respects; and I must say, reflect some credit upon his education; but they are too loog and too mystified; these " days and half-days " have a tendency to bewilder and perplex u
April 21, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE MURDER AND ROBBERY AT STAMFORD.

THE MURDER AND ROBBERY AT STAMFORD.

SUICIDE OF CORBY. Early on Thursday morning—the day to which tbe further examination of Corby had been postponed— the town waa startled with the shacking nam that the wretched man had put an end to his existence by banging himself in his night cell This report—which was first di
April 21, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MARKETS, &c.

MARKETS, &c.

Cow, Saturday.—The attendance at our Corn Exchange this morning was by no means large, and the supply farinera' wheat was very meagre. The business was brisk, at an advance of fully 2s. to 3s. per quarter on lite quotattoca. There was small trade transacted barley, and tbe price
April 21, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Vubllc Vfatitrt mat CrxVrfaun'tf EATING HOUSE, VINE STREET, GRANTHAM B_,__ JOSEPH CHAPMAN, p .° retu ™ sincere thanks to his

Vubllc Vfatitrt mat CrxVrfaun'tf EATING HOUSE, VINE STREET, GRANTHAM B_,__ JOSEPH CHAPMAN, p .° retu ™ sincere thanks to his

Friends and the Public in general for the kind give satisfaction"* 86 continues to recei »e, at the same time assuring them it will ever be bis study to please aud HOT DINNERS READY AT ELEVEN OCLOCK ON SATURDAYS home-cuked hams and bacon. .uv IN ® r ales constantly kept. oDTKJsi
April 21, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
RIDLINGTON.

RIDLINGTON.

Christmas Gifts.—The widows of Ridlington desire to thank sincerely the Rector, the Rev. Willoughby Willey, for a piece beef; also the poor parishioners, for a seasonable supply of tea and sugar, and parish almanack.
January 5, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England