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BATH POLICE.

BATH POLICE.

Union with absconding from the mitted for fourteen days. clothes belonging thereto, was comn An elderly man, named George difficult to & - S ,n «ustriously patched, that it would original* character, was charged e e °. being asked the Mayor where he came X?X au he dul tb, said t
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. TNSURANCES against RAILWAY ACCIDENTS cani now be effected with the RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE COMPANY, at the principal Railway

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. TNSURANCES against RAILWAY ACCIDENTS cani now be effected with the RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE COMPANY, at the principal Railway

Stations, not only for single and double journeys, and by the year, but also for terms of years, and for the whole of life, as follows :— „ , A n To insure £1000, for a term of years, premium £6 „ „ 0 0 To insure £1000 for the whole term life, by annual premiums, on the followin
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
PRINTING OF EVERY^rfsCRIPTION EXECUTED AT THE OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. MORE FACTS FROM FROME. Just Publislied, Price 6d., A LETTER

PRINTING OF EVERY^rfsCRIPTION EXECUTED AT THE OFFICE OF THIS PAPER. MORE FACTS FROM FROME. Just Publislied, Price 6d., A LETTER

to the Most Honble. the Marchioness of Bath, in Explanation of tbe Causes which led to his Resignation of the Curacy of Frome Woodlands, by the Rev. EdwaßD Griffith, M.A., late Curate of the Woodlands. London : Hatchards, Piccadilly ; Frome : Penny ; and can be had of the Bath B
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE COURT AND CABINETS OF GEORGE 111., BY THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM VILLETTE, BY CURRER BELL i HYPPOLITUS AND HIS

THE COURT AND CABINETS OF GEORGE 111., BY THE DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM VILLETTE, BY CURRER BELL i HYPPOLITUS AND HIS

TIMES, BY CHEVAJfIER BUNSEN MY NOVEL, BY SIR E BULWER LYTTOJF KEPPELS VOYAGES OF THE MENDER IN' EASTERN ARCHIPELAGO MOORE'S LIVE AND CORRESPONDENCE, BY LORD JOHN RUSSELL Numerous Copies of the above Circulatiou at HA V WAR D'S ENGLISH FOREIGN CIRCULATING LIBRARY, ABBEY CHURCH YA
April 7, 1853 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FAILURE OF AN EXTENSIVE RAILWAY CONTRACTOR.

FAILURE OF AN EXTENSIVE RAILWAY CONTRACTOR.

Court of Bankruptcy. London, Thursday. Hennet. —The bankrupt, George Hennet, who extensive railway contractor the West of England, and other places, was gazetted on Friday week, being described " George Hennet, No. 94, Duke Street, Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, railwa
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE CHURCHES.

THE CHURCHES.

C&urrij, At. ttMrn'i. Hours of Service, 11 a.m., 3 and 7 p m.; al-o every Wednesday Afternoon ; and Prayers every Wednesday and l-rxl«y *i,d on all Holy Days at 11 a-m.; Holy Communion the First Sunday in every month. A Sacramental Lecture is delivered at the Infants' School, th
April 7, 1853 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
VOL. XXXIII. No. MDCLXXX.

VOL. XXXIII. No. MDCLXXX.

April 7, 1853 - Dorset County Chronicle - Dorchester, Dorset, England
 
lUELAND

lUELAND

From information derived from other soutee* there is every reason to that the suojoioed remarkable statement, e»- tracted bom the Galway Packet uo means esaegersted one; •* Toe result of the emigration ond eviction* of thoae ?e«r* past •re now brconung apparent in the scarcity o
April 7, 1853 - Dorset County Chronicle - Dorchester, Dorset, England
 
Mr. Slade made a forcible reply on behalf of the plaintiff.

Mr. Slade made a forcible reply on behalf of the plaintiff.

The Learned Judge then summed up with great care, and the Jury proceeded to consider their verdict. a considerable delibtraii-n, they were they were likely io be lung before they agreed, when one Juryman stated that they had decided on a verdict tor toe plaintiff, but could nut
April 7, 1853 - Dorset County Chronicle - Dorchester, Dorset, England
 
SUTHERLANDSHIRE. ROUP OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BOOKS, &c. There will be Sold, by Public Ronp, at the MANSE of DORNOCH, Thursday,

SUTHERLANDSHIRE. ROUP OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BOOKS, &c. There will be Sold, by Public Ronp, at the MANSE of DORNOCH, Thursday,

the day of April curt., THE whole HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE which lielonged to the late Rev. Alexander Maciver, consisting of Mahogany and Common Tables and Chairs; Mahogany Sideboard; one large Four-posted Bedstead; five Tent Bedsteads; three Feather-beds and Hair Mattresses; Carpets
April 7, 1853 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland