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THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE SOCIETY.

THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE SOCIETY.

. HE GLOMUQSr~tERSHIRE SOCIETY. I . . caio:0 Thursday, the 207Ch anniversary of till Gleuceetershire' .would Society was celabraledhv;'a dinner at the White Lion Hotel, fl~ci road-s'treet, whed', heaerl' 100 gentlemen sat down under' ,e the presidency ofMr. WNY. OMaclaiiue, The r
August 6, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

COMMISSIONS. GLoUcrESTsrScnrE.-Ist A.V.O-C. W. Jebb, Esq., to be Captain, vice Tothill, resigned I st Administrative Battalion of ll.V.-Itajor l. Noel to be Lieutenant-Coloncl; Captain W.V. Guise to bo Major, vice Noei, promoted. loth ?? C. 1R. lottinger, Gent., to be Ensign, vi
February 6, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

OPENING OF PARLIAMENT.

'OPENING OF PARLIAMENTL On Thursday afternoon the Imperiai Pariamftent was opened by Royal Commission. The. ceremony was a very ?? one. A few ladies assembled in the House of lords, and occupied the back seats usually taken by the peers. In the galleries there were also a few lad
February 6, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

-&TEW ZE ALND. - Theo Church of UNEngland Special Settlement In the Province of Auckland 1,ving been formed by the Pioneer Party which left England inte Golden City an November Bibti ~1BOS a SECON D PARTY 9f SETTLERS are preparing to follow In thle Month of April vext, to take up
January 23, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

11 I Orn-wit4tim. PUNISHMENTS HERE AND HEREAFTERL To the Editor of the Bristol Mercury. . 8ru-T observe in the Spectator a long and able letter by, Ifr. F. D. Maurice on punishments here and hereafter. Asth letter opens the question concerning the nature audduratio bl0future puni
January 23, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GERMAN "MODERATION AND FORBEARANCE."

GERMAN "MODERATION AND FORBEARANCE."

THE public is so heartily tired of the Schleswig-Holstein question that it requires a strong excuse to bring the subject forward for renewed discussion. The Prussian Cabinet, however, waxing daily more impertinent with )the success of its outrageous proceedings, has thought Ipro
September 24, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

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ga[C5 bp ciu.I__ IMPORTANT SALE AND LETTING OF ABOUT 170 100 RAN LAMBS AND 20 RAMS, T TheI'rpety f M. ame ItwlncO ?? wil CLIFY ~Rcl? 01thet~omII nwot, ?? ~I ESSS. EWR ?? will SELL ?? AUCTION, on a riece ?? Lad at the Apy I eat ot tile Coon~ng0, LESBU{0I~Ioia TUESDAXT Alhus maches
July 30, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

GiATURDAY JUal 30ur16. SATURDAY, JULY 30,1 I64. NEW-9 nP THE ?? __ Trn, Confederate invasion of Marrylantd lias conme o a close, though not until it drove the Northerners in r Washington into a terrible panic. The details of the ii raid are still very confused, and when we state
July 30, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
DOMESTIC SERVANTS AND THEIR MISTRESSES.

DOMESTIC SERVANTS AND THEIR MISTRESSES.

To the Editor of the Bristol Mercu? y. Sin-There have been numerous complaints of late tending to ?? very many domestic servants are far from being what they should be, and I am not at all surprised at it, the fault lying chiefly with the mistresses of such servants in not stric
March 12, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS

RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS

RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETrURNS (EOMa "TIP.RAIPATSI'S JOURNAL" OF ISATURDAY.) Total Receipts. * Preceding vweek. 1804. 1863. _ _ 1864. 1803. £ £ £ £ Bristol and Exeter . 5,119 5,430 40,744 47,400 Bristol&Sth. Wales Union Caledonian ,. 10,748 14,788 G6,351 50,848 Cornwall 1,351 1,125 12,
March 12, 1864 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England