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THE EASTER VESTRIES.

THE EASTER VESTRIES.

Lvncombe and Widcombe.—The Annual Vestry Meeting for electing Churchwardens iv this parish was held on Monday, the Old Church. The Key. E. Gillson, the absence of the Vicar, the Hon and Rev. W. J. Brodrick, took the chair, and having introduced the business, nominated, as the Vi
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SOMERSET QUARTER SESSIONS.

SOMERSET QUARTER SESSIONS.

The following are the sentences passed on the prisoners tried these Sessions held at Wells:— Transportation.— Ten years—Thomas Dix, for stealing ten staves of teazles from John Turner; Henry House, for stealing three-pronged fork from Thomas Tucker; Richard Hoddinott, for steali
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, March 25.

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Friday, March 25.

* B. Webber, Tauntoa, Sn^« PTS T Henry ,? att Mortimer Street - Cavendish oquare. linendraper—Mary Anne Downes, Norwich and draper—William Martin, Colchester, tailor- Donald Sinclair, Bath Place, Peckham, apothecary—George Hennet, Dake Street, Westminster, railway contractor Hen
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
POSITIVELY LEAVE A FEW DAYS. FOR CORNS, ' CALLOSITIES &c, Vx Cutting, or Causing the Slightest Pain, Y MR. EISENBERG,

POSITIVELY LEAVE A FEW DAYS. FOR CORNS, ' CALLOSITIES &c, Vx Cutting, or Causing the Slightest Pain, Y MR. EISENBERG,

A J'2 MICaI PROFESSOR OF THE OF THE HUMAN FOOT, (, p AND AUTHOR OF Ractical Exposition of the Human Foot," and "Diseases of the Feet.'' (Surgeon-Chiropodist, by especial ap- f ' to his P erial Majesty Napoleon lit, die h ranc s, and to the principal Sovereigns of Europe) its Env
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

in the t lOUs reve^at| i tnat nere something wrong the 21 !i ° tiie R arm y made an ukase of th e "ch condemns three Generals, Adjutants of in. P.eror, to degradation, and orders these officers, with f lra two otller Generals to be tried court State car elessness and want of act
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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BATH UNITED HOSPITAL.—(Weekly Report.)

BATH UNITED HOSPITAL.—(Weekly Report.)

IN-PATIENTS. OCT-PATIENTS. Admitted 20, Discharged 19. Admitted 189, Discharged 22. Remaining the House, SI!.
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Mr. John Pritchard, banker, a Conservative, has been elected M. P. for Bridgenorth, vice Sir R. Pigott, Conservative, unseated for

Mr. John Pritchard, banker, a Conservative, has been elected M. P. for Bridgenorth, vice Sir R. Pigott, Conservative, unseated for

bribery. The Duke of Wellington having invited the noncommissioned officers of the Rifle Brigade, who guarded the remains of his illustrious father, at Walmer, to visit Apsley House, number of them came to town on Saturday week, and went over the mansion. The Duke defrayed their
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, 5, QUIET STREET, QUEEN SQUARE, BATH. MESSRS. HOWARD and Co., of London, Surgeon Dentists, have the

SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTISTRY, 5, QUIET STREET, QUEEN SQUARE, BATH. MESSRS. HOWARD and Co., of London, Surgeon Dentists, have the

honour to announce to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public generally, that they may he CONSULTED DAILY, at 5, QUIET STREET, QUEEN SQUARE, upon all Diseases of the Teeth and Gums, as Toothache, Scurvy of the Gums, &c., whether arising from neglect or premature decay. Messrs. Howard &
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
JUST RECEIVED, Keillier's New DUNDEE MARMALADE. Bd. per Pot. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF SAUCES. CHAFFIN'S TEA, COFFEE, &

JUST RECEIVED, Keillier's New DUNDEE MARMALADE. Bd. per Pot. GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICE OF SAUCES. CHAFFIN'S TEA, COFFEE, &

SPICE WAREHOUSE, 17, and 18, BROAD STREET, BATH. Established 1790. THE Proprietor of the above Establishment having made very extensive Purchases of SAUCES, from the different Manufacturers, enabled to Sttpply them at considerably Reduced Prices. John Burgess as Son's Genuine An
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PARISIAN PAPER-HANGINGS. COTTERELL BROTHERS announce the RETURN ONE OF THEIR FIRM FROM PARIS, and have pleasure in informing their Customers

PARISIAN PAPER-HANGINGS. COTTERELL BROTHERS announce the RETURN ONE OF THEIR FIRM FROM PARIS, and have pleasure in informing their Customers

the Public, that the FRENCH PAPERS of the present Season possess that bon gout, and true Elegance of Design, which characterize the Works of the Foreign Artist. Amongst them may be noted Brilliant WHITE and GOLD PAPERS for DRAWING-ROOMS, much Reduced iv Price. Also, the " NAPOLE
March 31, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England