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BY MR. J.M. Pori'.

BY MR. J.M. Pori'.

ALDERNEY lIEIFERS.—J. M. POTT will SELL by AUCTION, on Saturday, the 16th April, at the Nottinghamshire Horse Repository, Wheeler eats,— FOURTEEN beautiful ALDERNEY and GUERNSEY HEWERS, just imported direct from the Islands by Mr. Fowler. sen., of Little Busby Farm. Vattord. Cat
April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
GRANTHAM TO NOTTINGHAM.

GRANTHAM TO NOTTINGHAM.

GOV% I STATIONS. 1,2,2 1.2,11 1 1 12 ' 8 1 211,2,1 'a. ea. p.m. p. 1.5* a. I. 2. I 2.41 I. 2. 8 1.48 7. • 2.14 7. lig, ..•• 12 1 •.. Lis "' 4 4 ..2 1 fal 7 7 ..4 1 11 1 ! ' A market train (2 & 1 Clam) leaves Grantham on Wednesday_ at s.r s a.m.. arriving in Nottingham at 7.• a.m
April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
WAXnowitits, &c.—Miss BUCKOLI. continues her instruction the above, both at Home s od at the Residence of her Pupils. Her

WAXnowitits, &c.—Miss BUCKOLI. continues her instruction the above, both at Home s od at the Residence of her Pupils. Her

Materials for the to be obtained of Mr. DUNN, South Parade.—Address, Miss Bocitobt., Bulwell. JAMES BYWATER, TAILOR AND WOOLLEN DRAPER, No. 6, BIRIDLESMITH GATE, NOTTINGHAM. Begs to thank his numerous Friends and the Public generally for the very liberal support he has received
April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
STREETS IN THE NEW INCLOSCRE. . . .

STREETS IN THE NEW INCLOSCRE. . . .

STREETS IN THE NEW INCLOSCRE. At one of their recent meetings of the Nottingham Town Council, that august and dignified body came to a belligerent resolution as against the commissioners of the new inclosed land, on the subject of the roads which have been set out for the use of
April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NOTTINGHAM JOURNAL APRIL 8, 1853.

NOTTINGHAM JOURNAL APRIL 8, 1853.

April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Local 0,eb30. Local Octlz. NOTTINGH•WIIIIRE MlLlTlA.—Tueaday'snaseffeannounced that Francis Rawson, gentleman, has been appointed a lieutenant in the Royal Sherwood Foresters.

Local 0,eb30. Local Octlz. NOTTINGH•WIIIIRE MlLlTlA.—Tueaday'snaseffeannounced that Francis Rawson, gentleman, has been appointed a lieutenant in the Royal Sherwood Foresters.

SOCIRTT TOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLROGE. — We are glad to perceive by advertisement that the Nottingham depository of this excellent society has been removed to a more central situation in Albert-street. We learn that the stock of the society's publications kept in hand is muc
April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

At St. Nicholas', Nottingham, on Tuesday, Mr. John Rowe to Sarah Bentley.—Yesterday (Thursday), Mr. Francis Campton, of Tottenham, to Miss Jane Dodd, of this town. At Bulwell, ou Sunday, by the Rev. Samuel Rogers, Mr. Charles Wlldgust to Miss Jane Smedley. At Sutton in-Ashfield,
April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

On the 30th alt., at Leamington, aged 29, Caroline, youngest dmghter of the late Captain Francis Warren, formerly of the 9th Lancers, and grand-daughter of the late Francis Hardwick, Esq., of this town. At bis residence, Builtb. South Wales, on the list ult., 11r. Edward Bardsle
April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Varittits.

Varittits.

&spews has been called the toothache of the mind. "How is it," said one little miss to another, " that John's never afraid, and lam r' &caw(' he's got a Roman nose and feels safe; don't you remember how• we read, that it has always been said that a Roman knows— no danger !" R "
April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
LOU9HIOROUOII.

LOU9HIOROUOII.

ro BOTS.—At %meeting of the Local Board of lleakb, on Monday night, it was agreed to issue a notice prohibiting. the playing at any game on the highways, and to punish oil percees afterwards caught offending. The board, we believe, have been indeced to take this step to protest
April 8, 1853 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England