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April 8, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DENTAL SURGERY. BY HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. INVENTED AND PATENTED APPLICATION OF CUKMICALLV PIIRPARED WHITE INDIA-RUBBER the Conbtboction ARTIErCIAL

DENTAL SURGERY. BY HER MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. INVENTED AND PATENTED APPLICATION OF CUKMICALLV PIIRPARED WHITE INDIA-RUBBER the Conbtboction ARTIErCIAL

TEETH, GUMS, and PALATES. London, 61, GKOSVKNOR STREET, GROSVENOR SQUARE; Newcasti.e, 84, GRAINGER STREET. Evert FRIDAY lAN I) SATURDAY. EPHRAIM MOSELY AND SON, SURGEON DENTISTS, By Appointment, to,the King Hanover, her. Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent, his late Royal Highnes
April 22, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
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April 22, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. PHIiIKUMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. cj* ? CV * tl»e llcctorv of Rowley , , r » near South Cave,

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. PHIiIKUMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. cj* ? CV * tl»e llcctorv of Rowley , , r » near South Cave,

Yorkshire. Patron, Mrs Hildyard. The Rov. J. Murrell, M.A., the Curacy of Wcstow. near Mai ton. Yorkshire. Iho Rev. J. R. Whyte, M.A., to the Rectory of Wine, stead, near Patrington, Yorkshire. Patron, Mis Hildyard
April 22, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
BARNAIIDCASTLE, Wednesday, April 20.

BARNAIIDCASTLE, Wednesday, April 20.

our market to-day had only thin supply of grain, which realized something m -re than 1 i»t week's quotations.-White Wheat sold at from 15s lbs; red ditto. lls to 6d; Barley, 7s 6’d 8s; Beans, b‘d to lUs per bol ; and Oats. 2» to 3s per bushel.— Green Bacon hum 0d 3d; Dry Bacon,
April 22, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
LEEDS, Tuesday, April 19.

LEEDS, Tuesday, April 19.

LEEDS, Tuesday, April The arrivals of grain aie email. Good fresh Wheat was scarce, and fmeS: brought readily the raies current Friday. Other sorts sold in retail; value unaltered. Fine Bui Icy was fully as dear; secondary qualities sold slowly. Beans were steady.
April 22, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
CITY OF DURHAM CLOTHES DEPOT. STEPHEN NEVISON, TAILOR, DRAPER, AND GENERAL OUT-FITTER THE PROPRIETOR of the above ESTABLISHMENT, at the

CITY OF DURHAM CLOTHES DEPOT. STEPHEN NEVISON, TAILOR, DRAPER, AND GENERAL OUT-FITTER THE PROPRIETOR of the above ESTABLISHMENT, at the

commencement of another SEASON, begs offer his most grateful Thanks to his Friends and the Public, for the liberal and still increasing support which he has received, and to assure them that no exertion, on his part, shall be wanting to merit a continuance of their Favours, He b
April 29, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
TARLING’S METALLIC INK.

TARLING’S METALLIC INK.

BANKERS, Merchants, and others, are strongly recommended to use TARLING’S INK, which is expressly prepared for Metallic Pens, and combines extreme fluidity with intense blackness and durability of colour. Sold wholesale Parsons, Fletcher & Co., Bread Street, London; and may be h
April 29, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
Elopement.—Great excitement was lafct week occasioned at Heavitree by the disappearance of a yonng lady of highly respectable connections, who

Elopement.—Great excitement was lafct week occasioned at Heavitree by the disappearance of a yonng lady of highly respectable connections, who

left her home on Friday morning, is reported, on matrimonial trip. Codraoe Rewarded. —The gold medal of the Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners* Royal Benevolent Society, and a gratuity of £5, has been presented to Duncan Ritchie, of the steamer Duke of Sutherland, wrecked off Ab
April 29, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
STOCKTON & DARLINGTON RAILWAY* TO BUILDERS

STOCKTON & DARLINGTON RAILWAY* TO BUILDERS

THE Stockton and Darlington Railway Company are prepared to receive TENDERS for BUILDING NEW WORKSHOPS, at Darlington, about 230 feet long about 50 feet wide. The Tenders to be delivered at this Office, not later than the 14th day of May, endorsed on the cover—“ Tender for New W
April 29, 1853 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England