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MARRIAGE OR CELIBACY?

MARRIAGE OR CELIBACY?

A correspondence has been going on for some time, in the columns of the Daily Telegraph, the subject of " Marriage or Celibacy " and much has been said for and against. The following sensible letter, and which appears to come from a common-sense and practical lady, under tho app
July 11, 1868 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
„,. fc pifHc^iflv* nnrcoqgfnf their systcA-of ARTIFICDH. TEETH, which flUv'fix have much pleasure m*fecommeißiing tffi work to our readers."—Bucks Chboxiclk.

„,. fc pifHc^iflv* nnrcoqgfnf their systcA-of ARTIFICDH. TEETH, which flUv'fix have much pleasure m*fecommeißiing tffi work to our readers."—Bucks Chboxiclk.

MR. BELLABY, tha. oldest-established Dentist of Nottingham and Mansfield attends EVERY SATURDAY, MR. GAMBLE'S, CHEMIST, Ac., HIGH STREET, GRANTHAM. Mr. Billait's charges are strictly moderate, and wsry ease GUARANTEED. ARTIFICIAL TEETH AlfD PAINLESS EXTRACTION. ESTABLISHED 35 TE
July 11, 1868 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
CROXTON PARK RACES.

CROXTON PARK RACES.

Stewards HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF RUTLAND, THE RIGHT HON. THt E\RL OF WILTON, THE RIOHT HON LORD FORESTER. had a capital days sport at Croxton, yesterday, a fine Jay with a list of horaea brought together, very large company amongst which was a sprinkling of Royalty with many dukes
March 28, 1863 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

MELTON MOWBRAY, Tuesday, March 24th.— Before 6. E. E. A. Paget, H. C. Woodcock, w. A. Pochih, and G. Noemak, Esqiu. Charles Beeby, innkeeper, Melton-Mowbray, was chanted with being drunk and riotous at Melton-Mow - bray, on the the 13th March, ISii). Fined £2 and Ward, cottager,
March 28, 1863 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
TA1TON 8TKE8, The venerable baronet died on Saturday at Sledmere Castle, Malton. Sir Tatton had reached the ripe age of

TA1TON 8TKE8, The venerable baronet died on Saturday at Sledmere Castle, Malton. Sir Tatton had reached the ripe age of

91, and, though for some months he had been in fading health, he had not been confined to bed until recently, when he suffered from an attack of bronchitis, from the effect* of which he never fully rallied. a perfect example of the Old English Gentleman, Sir Tatton was known and
March 28, 1863 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

March 28, 1863 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

[by blectbic tklbobaph.] Show of English wheat moderate, and fully as dear. Foreign in small supply late rates. No alterations in other kinds of grain.
June 22, 1867 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
an Orattjs. We find it necessary to state that, for ih* future, announcements of Birth*, and of Marriages with the

an Orattjs. We find it necessary to state that, for ih* future, announcements of Birth*, and of Marriages with the

words " cards" appended, will be subject to a charge of'2s. C>d. each. They must properly authenticated, and the amount must transmitted with the announcetneut postage stamps. of Deaths in which " Friends are rt-~ quested to receive this intimation," will subject similar charge.
June 22, 1867 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MELTON MOWBRAY AND DISTRICT.

MELTON MOWBRAY AND DISTRICT.

'I'ii,; 1 .at;: Attempt at Suicide.—lt will ,vn lv« ui police report that the young woman attempted to drown herself, the account whi.'h .spjH'ui'vl in our last weeks issue, has been lil , rut. on the promise of her I'iiends take eniv M her. Orr Concerts.—The third these concert
July 27, 1867 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
port of the electors on the next vacancy. He a Liberal Conservative, and man who would do honour alike to

port of the electors on the next vacancy. He a Liberal Conservative, and man who would do honour alike to

his constituency and to Parliament. The editor of the Weekly Dispatch, Mr. Wrightson, who held the post for some sixteen years, having lately died, the post has just been filled up the appointment of Mr. Serle, who has long been engaged on it. Mr. Wrightson's death will be heavy
October 11, 1856 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England