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PIANOFORTES.

PIANOFORTES.

Hayward, 14, quees-street, woi.ver- HtMITOS.— A large STOCK of NEW and SECOND-HAND for SALE and HIRE, Broadwood, Collard, and various makers. —A Broadwood TUNER kept.—Pianofortes EXCHANGED. MARBLE CHIMNEY-PIECES BY MACHINERY. MARBLE SHOW ROOMS. CASTLE-STREET,WOLVERHAMPTON. /GEOR
May 28, 1853 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Xocal Intelligence.

Xocal Intelligence.

THE KING’S OWN SECOND REGIMENT OF STAFFORDSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY MILITIA. Colonel Blake, of the 33rd Regiment, the officer appointed to inspect the second regiment of Staffordshire Militia, the conclusion of the month’s training, arrived in Stafford on Friday afternoon last; and o
May 28, 1853 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
CHESHIRE,

CHESHIRE,

Nantwich Ladies’ Club.—This old-established benefit society, now numbering 250 members, held its annual meeting on Wednesday week, when upwards of ladies walked in procession and attended divine service at the parish church, after which they proceeded through the principal stree
May 28, 1853 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
ST. LEONARDS-ON-SEA.

ST. LEONARDS-ON-SEA.

DISTRESSING CASE MURDER. —A MAN KILLED BY HIS WIFE. Very great excitement prevailed in this town on Wednesday morning, consequent upon a report that a man named Stephen Smith alias " Bogy," by trade a shoemaker, had been stabbed during tiie night by his wife. The report spread r
May 24, 1853 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
NOVELTIES IN DRESS FOR TIIE PRESENT SEASON. H. G. FORCE, TAILOR AND DRAPER, OF 30, HIGH STREET, EXETER, BEGS respectfully

NOVELTIES IN DRESS FOR TIIE PRESENT SEASON. H. G. FORCE, TAILOR AND DRAPER, OF 30, HIGH STREET, EXETER, BEGS respectfully

to announce his RETURN from the LONDON MARKETS, with a NEW and FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT of PLAIN AND FANCY GOODS. LIVERIES AT THE USUAL MODERATE PRICES. 30, HIGH STREET, EXETER. A Vacancy for a Respectable Youth. POPULAR SONG. ti rpIIINKON ME." Written by THOMAS BLAKE, JL Esq.; Co
May 28, 1853 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND at the FLECK, near & WALSALL. . TO be SOLD by AUCTION, by H. FARRINOTON, at

Valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND at the FLECK, near & WALSALL. . TO be SOLD by AUCTION, by H. FARRINOTON, at

the house ot Mr. Edge, the ANCHOR INN, at the FLECK, on Monday, the 30th day of May instant, at six o’clock in the evening, subject editions OXFORD-STREET, REGENT-STREET, and CH APEL-STREfTr. About 30 lots of most eligible LAND, dehghtfully situated at the Fleck having fronUges
May 28, 1853 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Dr. Partison's Pampolet.-This anxiously expected details of Dr. Pattison's new method of el Ulc *rs and caries, is now to

Dr. Partison's Pampolet.-This anxiously expected details of Dr. Pattison's new method of el Ulc *rs and caries, is now to

be had of our bookas^ 11 be doubt perused by the faculty, as 'a" WUose friends or themselves are suffering > «d r ca " es the publication demonstrating a eaSy ure for tnese complaints, tr ■'ky h'" BY 0F DeedB ' Bill - —Assurances. —On tar"* of important government bill for the r
May 28, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TRIBUTE TO A YORKSHIRE POET.

TRIBUTE TO A YORKSHIRE POET.

*ell af that " Poeta nascittir non fit," has been PliFied in this county, in the person of one ?' he not long since handled the plough on the bod lill8 ' I,as J ust come 10 ljonour ' from a great ° American brethren, consequence of having r, en sonnet on the death of one of thei
May 28, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TURNIP MANURES, AND SEEDS. R . C R A G G S , AGENT FOR THE TYNE MANURE <fe CHEMICAL

TURNIP MANURES, AND SEEDS. R . C R A G G S , AGENT FOR THE TYNE MANURE <fe CHEMICAL

COMPANY, HAS the pleasure to inform his Friends that he has now a large Stock ON HAND, to meet the increasing demands of his Customers for the TYNE • COMPANY'S MANURES, with which they can now be promptly supplied. AMMONIACAL GUANO, warranted to grow a Crop of Turnips equal to G
May 28, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
ROTHERHAM,

ROTHERHAM,

MONDAY— Present: T. B. Bosvile, Esq., H. W. Pickard, Esq., G. W. Chambeks, Esq., Rev. H. Partington, and Rev. A. Flllerton. A Drunken Watchman. — Edward Jackson was charged with neglect of duty. The defendant was a watchman ap- pointed by the Board of Health, in conformity with
May 28, 1853 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England