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THE HAIR, COMPLEXION, AND iEETH,

THE HAIR, COMPLEXION, AND iEETH,

Their Preservation, improvement, and Self-Management, important and really necessary information on Evks, Ears, Hands, and Feet, as also numerous recipas fur the recent, fashionable, and elegant Perfumes, and other useful |iirepara< ions, with a mass of miscellaneous informal io
April 2, 1853 - Glasgow Free Press - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CON V E RS lONS.

CON V E RS lONS.

CON V RS lONS. Palm Sunday, inst., immediat' after the vespers of tbe day, Mr and Mrs Caldwell and Miss Elizabeth Morns made public profession the Catholic faith, in Mary’s cathedral, Newcistie-oii-Tyne, aud formally admitted into the communion and 1 tbe Church the Very Rev. Cano
April 2, 1853 - Glasgow Free Press - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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
 
NOTTINGHAM JOURNAL. APRIL 1, 1853.

NOTTINGHAM JOURNAL. APRIL 1, 1853.

LADIES' SEMINARY, BATH STREET, ILKESTON. Miss PADMAN informs her Friends that the Spring Quarter will commence on Tuesday, March 29th, and as a few vacancies occur in her establishment, she will be happy to receive two or three more young ladies as resident pupils. Terms (which
April 1, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CASTLE HILL HOUSE, HINCKLEY, LEICIETZILSUM:. The MISSES WARSOP beg to announce to the Inhabitants of Nottinghamshire and the surrounding Counties,

CASTLE HILL HOUSE, HINCKLEY, LEICIETZILSUM:. The MISSES WARSOP beg to announce to the Inhabitants of Nottinghamshire and the surrounding Counties,

that they have taken the above-named Mansion, where they intend, after the Midsummer Vacation, to re-open a BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for YO UNG LADIES. The House is most delightfully situated, with extensive Grounds, which, combined with the proverbial salubrity of the locality,
April 1, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
CARROTS ! CARROTS! ! IMMENSE FIELD! FIFTY-SIX TONS per ACRE!—HARRISON'S " NOTORIOUS."—EarIy application for seed to be made Mr. Wm.

CARROTS ! CARROTS! ! IMMENSE FIELD! FIFTY-SIX TONS per ACRE!—HARRISON'S " NOTORIOUS."—EarIy application for seed to be made Mr. Wm.

Harrison. Colston Basset; or to Wm. Coz, Gardener, Long Clawson, hia Sole Agent. March 29th, 1853.
April 1, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED UNTIL SATURDAY, Bra APRIL, ART-UNION op LONDON, Instituted 1837. heeorporated by Royal CAarler, 10th Vict., 1846. PLAN FOR

SUBSCRIPTIONS RECEIVED UNTIL SATURDAY, Bra APRIL, ART-UNION op LONDON, Instituted 1837. heeorporated by Royal CAarler, 10th Vict., 1846. PLAN FOR

THE YEAR 18.53. Every Subscriber of One Guinea will be entitled to I. An impression of a Plate, of national and historical interest, by H. Robinson, from the original picture by H. C. Selous, for which he received the premium of .000 from this society, "THE SURRENDER OF CALAIS--
April 1, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM ANNUAL STEEPLE CHASES. MONDAY. Grand Annual Steeple Chase. About four miles arrow country. Mr. Wycherley's ch g Shinrone, pat

BIRMINGHAM ANNUAL STEEPLE CHASES. MONDAY. Grand Annual Steeple Chase. About four miles arrow country. Mr. Wycherley's ch g Shinrone, pat

gib .. . IC. Boyce) I Mr. Spencer Lucy's br h Tipperary Boy ........ Twidaly3 2 . Mr. Tbursby's Talisman, gst Mb Mr. Land's the General, last .. .......... .......... 4 The following also started, but were not placed:—Capt. Soutes br m Victress ■nd Mr. O'Callsighan's Geraldus.—S
April 1, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

At St. Nicholas', Nottinghatn, on Thursday, Mr. Wm. Itchiness, chemist, to Miss Maria Bennett, both of Belper.—On Sunday, Mr. Charles Hemmlngray to Miss Sarah Crow.—Ou Monday, Mr. Joseph Cook to Miss Sarah Westow. At St. Paul's, In this town, on Monday, Mr. W. Brewin to Miss Ann
April 1, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Local fictua.

Local fictua.

Local ARCHITgCTUR4I. IMPROVENILPT. — The house on the Lowpavement, formerly occupied by the late Captain Hardwick, has recently changed owners, and the purchaser has made some trifling alteration on the ground story. The scaffolding and boarding bas just been removed, and the imp
April 1, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England