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DECREASE OF PAUPERISM.

DECREASE OF PAUPERISM.

The month of April shown by the last returns of the Poor Law Board to have greatly diminished the pauperism of all parts of England and Wales. On the first Saturday in that month the total number of paupers throughout the country was 837,868, being a decrease of 81,249, or 8.85
June 29, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Matlock Sunday Schools.—On Tuesday, July the Sunday Schools connected with the parish church, Matlock, were conveyed an excursion to Huddon

Matlock Sunday Schools.—On Tuesday, July the Sunday Schools connected with the parish church, Matlock, were conveyed an excursion to Huddon

Hall, where, owing the beautiful weather and scenery, and the exertions of many friends who accompanied them, the children were amused in various ways. At 12 they partook of roast beef and plum pudding, in the Great Hall, and then, after being shown over the house, turned out in
July 13, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COUNTY POLICE COURT, Friday, July 8.

COUNTY POLICE COURT, Friday, July 8.

[Before Sir 11. 8. J. Radford, Esq., Dr. Peach, Major Mosley, 11. Devas. and W. Cox, Esqrs. Drunk and Disordkrly —William Beer, John Bramley, Edward Smith, and James Kid. were all charged with being drunk and disorderly Sawley on the morning of the 3rd instant. The information*
July 13, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BOROUGH POLICE COURT, Wednesday, July 6.

BOROUGH POLICE COURT, Wednesday, July 6.

[Before the Mayor, R. Pegg, and T. P. Bainbrigce, Esqrs.] Deserter. —Charles Smith, alias Thomas Willis, was I charged by Sergeant-Major Fincher, of the Ist Derby Militia, with being deserter from Her Majesty's 34th and 73rd Regiments.—Remanded for enquiries to be made at the Wa
July 13, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE LOSS OF THE ALMA.

THE LOSS OF THE ALMA.

A passenger on board this ill-fated ship writing to the editor of the Daily Newt, says left Aden on the morning of the llth of June at six a.m. with 160 passengers, and a crew including the officers, of upwards of 200, making in all. nearly 370 souls. A slight sunstroke, receive
July 13, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH, DERBY. THE NEW ORGAN ILL be USER for the FIRST TIME, on VV THURSDAY, July 14th. MORNING

ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH, DERBY. THE NEW ORGAN ILL be USER for the FIRST TIME, on VV THURSDAY, July 14th. MORNING

SERVICE to commence at a quarter to Eleven o'clock precisely After which a SERMON will be Preached the Rev. J. C. MILLER, D.D., Rector St. Martin's, Birmingham, and Hon. Canon of Worcester. EVENING SERVICE at half-past Seven o'clock j after which a SERMON will be Preached by the
July 13, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE AMATEUR CONCERT AT BUXTON.

THE AMATEUR CONCERT AT BUXTON.

The Amateur Concert Friday eventafe fr. of the fund» of the Devonshire Hospital or Bath Charity, waa aa completely successful the benevolent intentions and artistic capabilities of the performers deserved that should be. Our beautiful Ball Room »m prettily decorated with towers,
August 3, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
GRKAT CLEARANCE OF VERMIN! THEY SHALL DIE. AND FOR CEASE!!* Harper twelvetrees' mice and rat KILLER, is the most delicious

GRKAT CLEARANCE OF VERMIN! THEY SHALL DIE. AND FOR CEASE!!* Harper twelvetrees' mice and rat KILLER, is the most delicious

dainty ever prepared tor vermin!! Mice cannot resist It! They will come from their holes, and follow anywhere; eat it greedily, Die on the spot!!! You may clear them away by the score every n'ght and morning. A Sixpenny Packet will kill 100 Mice and R»ts! Sold in Packets, at 2d.
August 3, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE

STAFFORDSHIRE

The County Court Judge —The Lord Chancellor has appointed Sir Walter B. Riddell, Bart., Recorder of Maidstone and Tenterdon, barrister of the Home Circuit, Judge the North Staffordshire County Courts, Circuit No. 26. in the place of the late R. G. Temple, Esq. It is expected tha
January 26, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
CUTLERY AND GENERAL IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, (LATB SMITH AMD HOLMES,) 1 & 2, ROTTEN ROW, DERBY. EDWARD BEMROSE, begs to inform

CUTLERY AND GENERAL IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, (LATB SMITH AMD HOLMES,) 1 & 2, ROTTEN ROW, DERBY. EDWARD BEMROSE, begs to inform

hit Friends and the Public, that he has entered upon the above long-established Business, which be intends carrying in all the Branches as heretofore; and trusts that by keeping a well-selected Stock, and the punctual execution of all Orders, to obtain a share of their patronage
January 26, 1859 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England