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APPALLING AND DREADFUL MURDER OF TWO CHILDREN IN CHESTER.

APPALLING AND DREADFUL MURDER OF TWO CHILDREN IN CHESTER.

i APPALLING AND DIREADFUL MURiDER OF TNc I CHILDREIN IN CHESTER. I - - - .- - -l ?? - ?? U -, - I On Thursday, Wln. Jackson, a paper-hanger, was cb:irge,l before the magistrates wvitl the wilful imurder of two of Iis ehil- dren. The prisoner has borne a had character for some tim
October 29, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NAPLES.

NAPLES.

* No progress has been made this week, so far as the public is informed, in the matter of the Neapolitan ex- pedition. All the French journals continue to speak of I this expedition as a project suspended in order to give X !time for a final effort to b made at Naples by Lieuten
October 8, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

LITERATrURE. And Booxs Fot ReviEw.-Books, Music, New Engravings t &c., intended for review, left at the establishment of Mr v C. MITCHELL, Red Lion-court, Fleet-street, London, t addressed "to the Editorof the Derby Mercury," wilt be a forwarded and receive attention. r c C MAGAZ
October 15, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

* ith EARLY RISING.-l would inscribe on the curtains of your l at. bed and the walls of your chamber-" If you do not rise M to early, you canl make progress in nothing. If you do not set bI in apart your hours of reading, if you suffer yourself, or any a." one else, to break in
October 15, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES.

no n .1 - s 1 -- -e T -aT18!- SUICIDE OF A TRAVELLER.-The body of J. Williams, a traveller in the employ of MAessrs. Fothergill and Buston, hop merchants, Shoreditch, Manchester, who had been in a . desponding way for some time, was found in the Irwell on Tuesday evening. CRYSTA
October 15, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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APPREHENSION OF W. J. ROBSON FOR FORGERY.—EXAMINATION OF THE PRISONER.

APPREHENSION OF W. J. ROBSON FOR FORGERY.—EXAMINATION OF THE PRISONER.

APPRMI~ENSIoN OF, AV J. ROBSON FOR FOR- GERY.-EXAMINATION OF THE PRISONER. - The news that Robson, the forger of Crystal Palace shares, hbad been apprehended at Copenhagen, wvas published on -Friday. It seems that lire was travell ing under an assumed I name, and without a passpo
October 15, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
RAILWAY TIME TABLE FOR OCTOBER.

RAILWAY TIME TABLE FOR OCTOBER.

RAiLWAY TIME TABLE FOR OCTOBER. I LONDON TO NOTTINGHAM, DERBY, AND LEEDS. ?? o,.Mal irat Gov.~ 1 2 STATIONS. 1 12 12 1212121212 12 ?? Departure a.m. a.m. am., C.m. a~m. a~m. ?? p.m.- London 6.15 0.321 9.15 1145 10.30 12. 0 4 08 .45 D, Rugby 8:30 10. 2 11.352 50 01 .30 3.125 7 301
October 15, 1856 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SUMMARY.

SUMMARY.

S-U MMARY. The Brussels ,C~ongr,ess has-conciuded~its labours. with a sn~bstantial banquet. The members appear to have been highly delighted wit~h their reception and with each other. The meeting has been an interesting one fronitbse, variety of character~s who composed. it.., We
October 2, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Naval and Military Intelligence.

Naval and Military Intelligence.

The Irene, transport No. 139, arrived at Spithead on Tuesday from the East with ordnance stores. ,f The Irresistible, 80), screw-steamer, now being built tat Chatham, is to be completed forthwith. ?? Lizard, steam-tenlder. Lieutenant Christopher, earrived at Portsmouth on Tu'iesd
October 2, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

??k?i?T9 -4- FROM LLOYD'S I.IST. Stranraer, Sept. 30.-Thbe Garlies, of Wigtmsn, Steven- son, from Stairhaven to Ayr, with pit props, went ashore in Loch Ryar 28th Sept., and was abandoned, but has since been got off by the coast guard and seine fishermen, much st-rained; crewt sa
October 4, 1856 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland