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THE BACHELORS’ BALL.

THE BACHELORS’ BALL.

The Ball given the Bachelors of Bath, the Assembly Rooms, last evening, will long linger the memory like fairy tale. The noble suite of apartments presented a series of tableaux which imagination may realize more successfully than language can pourtray. A superb luxury of embell
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BATH CHRONICLE. -______JTHURSDAY, April 7, 1853. M* BIRTHS, son 2 Tbpshani, the wife of the Rev. C. May Emp\\ daughter.

BATH CHRONICLE. -______JTHURSDAY, April 7, 1853. M* BIRTHS, son 2 Tbpshani, the wife of the Rev. C. May Emp\\ daughter.

. 31, at Sydney Place, the wife of Frederick F. J. Esq., a daughter. at Whatley Conibe, Frome, the wife of J. H. Shore, daughter P Henrietta Street, the wife of the Rev. 11. E. "well, a son. „. , ~ Apnl 2, at The Grove, Gravesend, the wife of J. J- Nickoll, '"J-, a son. j *Pril
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
AGRICULTURISTS. ALLEN'S celebrated SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME, the BEST MANURE FOR TURNIPS hitherto discovered, is NOW SELLING at : 106". per

AGRICULTURISTS. ALLEN'S celebrated SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME, the BEST MANURE FOR TURNIPS hitherto discovered, is NOW SELLING at : 106". per

TQdY, for Cash, B y R. RVICKMAN, CORN FACTOR and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, No. 2, PRIOR PARE BUILDINGS Bath He being the SOLE AGENT for the SALE of" Mr. ALLEN'S SUPERPHOSPHATE for the West England. N.B. From 2to Cwt. per Acre will ensure a Good Plant. DENTAL SURGERY. BY HER MAJE
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MESSRS. J. WRIGHT and CO., Watch and Clock Makers, Silversmiths, and Jewellers, 16, MILSOM STREET, Bath, iuritr the Public attention

MESSRS. J. WRIGHT and CO., Watch and Clock Makers, Silversmiths, and Jewellers, 16, MILSOM STREET, Bath, iuritr the Public attention

to their Extensive, Valuable, and WeU*selected STOCK, which, having been laid-in before the late r/eneral rise Manufacturers Prices, will be SOLD WITHOUT ANY ADVANCE THEIR CUSTOMERS. It consists of JEWELLERY, all of the First Class, of the Newest and most Tasteful Designs. WATCH
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
The Cheltenham Troop of Yeomanry have their first meeting for foot drill, in the Plough Yard, this afternoon. Fatal Railway

The Cheltenham Troop of Yeomanry have their first meeting for foot drill, in the Plough Yard, this afternoon. Fatal Railway

Accident. —One of the men employed at the Cheltenham Station of the Bristol and Birmingham Railway unfortunately met his death <>ri while engaged shunting one of the trains—the built rof which struck and tearfully bruised Liui, that expired slioytly alter. Foreign Floral Exhibit
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

C'oaa ticgmoi, Monday, Apkil 4.—The imports of foreign wheat and flour, since this day se'nnight, hare been good, but those of other articles only moderate. There was a steady demand for the driest samples of English wheat the prices of laat Monday; damp parcels were taken off s
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MR. STAPLETON'S LECTURES ON "PUBLIC HEALTH."

MR. STAPLETON'S LECTURES ON "PUBLIC HEALTH."

TROWBRIDGE MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. On Friday evening, March 18th, the third of a aeries of lecture* on the " public health " was delivered to the members of this Society by Mr. Stapleton, surgeon. Tbe chair was taken by Thos. Clark, jun., esq. The leelurer commenced by observing
April 7, 1853 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
THE WHITE SLAVES OF LONDON.

THE WHITE SLAVES OF LONDON.

The Times has Ibe following graphic description of the sufferings of the white slaves in the great millinery establishments of this metropolis Thi are oi sex and age the least qualified to struggle with the hardships of their lot—young women, tor the most part, between 16 and ye
April 7, 1853 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
Mall. —In the year ended the 10th of October last, there were o.OSVoS quarters"of malt made the United Kingdom. Romas

Mall. —In the year ended the 10th of October last, there were o.OSVoS quarters"of malt made the United Kingdom. Romas

Remains. —On Saturday morning last, as some workmen were excavating sand or gravel near the railway terminus here, discovered four Roman spears, about two feet long, made bronze, aud in beautiful state of preservation. have not as vet heard any opinion by an antiquary to the pro
April 7, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
Local and Provincial Markets.

Local and Provincial Markets.

BARNSTAPLE MARKET, Friday-, April Cattle. —We had fair supply of cattle the market today. There was also a good attendance', and a fair stroke of business done at former prices. Cows and calves (of which we had some good ones on offer), 6s. to 7s. per score, or about £10 to £15
April 7, 1853 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England