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THE DERBYSHIRE INFIRMARY.

THE DERBYSHIRE INFIRMARY.

Ost Monday last a special general meeting of the go- wernors was held in the Women's Convalescent-room at. idhe Institution, "in consequence of the vote at the re- cent general meeting," to "reconsider the subject of the erection of the chapel, kitchen, and laundry buildings, an
February 13, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
EPSOM RACES.

EPSOM RACES.

THE DERBY. Contrary to the general expectations of the sporting pub- lic, and the " prophets," the great race on Wednesday terminated thus- Hermit - - - 1 Marksman - - - 2 Vauban - - - 3 The Daily Telegraphs says:-" Though the majority of the public certainly overlooked the knoc
May 29, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

THE PROPOSED INVITATION TO DERBY. Notwithstanding the brief period of time for which the proposal to invite the Royal Agricultural Society has been before the Town and County, we have every reason to believe that Derby has good cause for expect- ing a successful response. It wil
April 3, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
OPENLNG OF THE FRENCH EXHIBITION.

OPENLNG OF THE FRENCH EXHIBITION.

(From our own Correspondent.) PARI9, Monday Night. France has kept her word. The Great Exhibition is opened. The prophets of evil, who for months past have been predicting that the colossal works in the Champ de Mars could never be completed, have, as usual, been con- founded "1
April 3, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

DERBY BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

TUESDAY, June 25. [Before the MAYOn, and G. GASCOTNE, J. BAnLEY, and F. LoNenoro, Esqrs.] Edward Holmes, an bld man from Middleton-by-Wirks- worth, charged with being drunk in Queen-street, at mid- night, was discharged. Mr. Charles Peach, manufachirer, was summoned for not cons
July 3, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE ADOPTED CLAUSES OF THE REFORM BILL.

THE ADOPTED CLAUSES OF THE REFORM BILL.

THE, ADOFTED CLAUSES OF THE REFORM .- . 1. 1; . BILL. The following are the adopted Clauses of the Reform Bill with reference to enfranchisement;- "I 1. This Act shall be cited for all purposes as "The Re- prosentation of the People Act, 1867. AII. This Act shall not apply to Sco
July 3, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE SHEFFIELD TRADE OUTRAGES.

THE SHEFFIELD TRADE OUTRAGES.

The Commissioners have sat during the week since our last, and on Wednesday several trade secretaries were ex- amined and admitted that rattening was practised by the members. On Thursday Joshun Tyzack gave particulars of a dia- bolical attempt to assassinate him in November, 18
July 3, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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July 3, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE HISTORY OF THE WEEK.

THE HISTORY OF THE WEEK.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1867. THE HISTORy OF THE WEEK I The QUEEN, it is expected, will go to Osborne to- day to spend the Christmas season. HER MAJESTY has again shown her intimate sympathy with her suffering subjects by sending one of her most eminent physicians to make a full
December 18, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STAFFORDSHIRE.

STAFFORDSHIRE.

| . ?? BURTON-UPON-TRENT. Tart MiNERS' LOCK-OUT IN SOUTH D=ssYsanEE.-The 800 or 900 miners who have been locked out from employ- ment at Church Gresley, Swiadlincote, and Newhall, for about tbirty-six weeks, have little prospect, as yet, of re- suming work as unionists. Mr. M. T
December 18, 1867 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England