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Now** the constant syllable ticking from the clock of Time. “Now” U the watchword of the wise. “Now" ia on

Now** the constant syllable ticking from the clock of Time. “Now” U the watchword of the wise. “Now" ia on

the banner of the prudent. Lit us keep this little word always in our mind: and whenever anything presents itself us in the shape of work, whether mental or physical, should do it with all our might, tvinemlienng that Now" is the only time for us. It is indeed a sorry way to get
April 1, 1853 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
AGRICULTURE AND TRADE.

AGRICULTURE AND TRADE.

The Cohn Tbade.— consequence of Good Friday, many the provincial markets have been held out the regular cour-ie. This invariably interferes, more or less, with business; and the trade altogether has remained in a quiet state. A somewhat tinner lone has, nevertheless, been oh-, s
April 1, 1853 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
■ OOTIaAMB.

■ OOTIaAMB.

OOTIaAMB. During the whole of the pate week the miners the Glasgow district, numbering abate 2,000 men. hare been an strike tor an advance wages: bat yesterday the employers seceded te the request the men. and will bow pay advance upon them previous rates amounting to from fid. t
April 1, 1853 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
BHBBWBBURT SHOW. 1833.

BHBBWBBURT SHOW. 1833.

AT Meeting of the Committee, held at the Plough Inn, Market Square, on Wedoeaday, the March, it that the aboae Ancient Pageant celebrated on Monday, May 30th, and that every exertion will made exceed all former Procesa ions. Mr. Jona Lariiiia (leaeee of the Amphitheaire) has mad
April 1, 1853 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
THIS DAY. CONTINUATION OF AT WISTANSTOW HALL, rum 4uekw»bukt HBHF.roBo staTiob, AT K ARMS, MLWTOI). TO BF. SOLD BY AUCTION.

THIS DAY. CONTINUATION OF AT WISTANSTOW HALL, rum 4uekw»bukt HBHF.roBo staTiob, AT K ARMS, MLWTOI). TO BF. SOLD BY AUCTION.

BY MB. TISDAIsB, the premise*, at Wiilanstow Hall, about one mile from the Craten Amis Station, the Shrewsbury and Hereford Line of Railway,on Friday (this day), the Ist day of April, VALUABLE and genteel FURNITURE and Effects, of the late >ir. James Cartwright. The SECOND DAY’S
April 1, 1853 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 

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THE SHREWSBURY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1853.

THE SHREWSBURY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY. APRIL 1, 1853.

Davits 23, were indicted for breaking into the dwelling house of Mrs. Sarah Langford, at Wrexham, and stealing therefrom qnan it? of silver plate and four bottles wine, on the 34tb February —Sarah Williams servant Mrs. Langford’s who is an elderly lady and resides Wrexham. On Tu
April 1, 1853 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
recollections, might look upon thet thet modest little building (the stone rf tod been laid that dae). and it might

recollections, might look upon thet thet modest little building (the stone rf tod been laid that dae). and it might

gladden hn «Kh the remembrance that it wa* railed •» • Uibate of gratitude and respect his parents. would conclude with propping'* Long life and health uod happiness the Sonahd Heir Plat Machynlleth.” The Chair*AM replied the tonal address pregnant with humour and good feeling ;
April 1, 1853 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
NFWTOWN

NFWTOWN

The Flannel Market. —This market on the lilt, was well supplied with goods. The coarser and middle varieties met with ready sale. Finer sorts were more in demand, and early clearance was effected. Thk Fairs. —The sheep and pig fair was held Monday last. Very few sheep were penne
April 1, 1853 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
ranee I allowed her a sovereign a week, but since then I have not given her any money. The statement

ranee I allowed her a sovereign a week, but since then I have not given her any money. The statement

with regard to the thousand pounds is perfectly true ; but what I really said was, that if she had £l,OOO she would no doubt be able to annoy me a great deal ; I mean in the way she is doing to-day. I also said to her, at the saute time, that although I was myself without means,
April 1, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
INOHAM TURNPIKE ROAD.—NOTICE IS _UP HEREBY OIVEg, that all Persons who live or reside in the Parishes or Townships on

INOHAM TURNPIKE ROAD.—NOTICE IS _UP HEREBY OIVEg, that all Persons who live or reside in the Parishes or Townships on

the said Road (not travelling for hire), and who are entitled to Compound for the Tolls thereon, may Compound for the Tolls of the said Road for one year, from the Ist day of May next, the Compsaition money for which must be paid at my Office, at Newark-upon-Trent, on or before
April 1, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England