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BRISTOL IMPORTS.

BRISTOL IMPORTS.

VFROM MOyrDAT'3 'EltEINsTMMr."i] In the Prenssiseher Adler. from Cork-Ridgway and Co., 10 Irks butter; tumphries and Co., 60 Osk oats ; A. Dunn and Co., 5 bales bacon; Chapple, Pool, and Co., I qr oask whisky; la~in, Crook, and Harrls, 3 bales linen; Order, 180 frks butter, 2 ek
March 23, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

FRANCE. P'AmSt, IIOSDAY EVieaiStc.-Lo Fe-once Of this evening says Ihat I-u~sia, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Hol- land, Denmatrk, Swveden, Switzerland, Bavaria, Wourtebenbrg, end Bidlen have unreservedly consented to the Conierence, The adbesion of Prnssia is considered ce
November 30, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE FENIAN EXECUTIONS AT MANCHESTER.

THE FENIAN EXECUTIONS AT MANCHESTER.

THLE FENIbAN EXECUT1IONS AT M1AN-CHESTER. The execution of Allen, Larkin, and Gould, for the murder of Sergeant Brett, Look place at ?? on Saturday, and peassed over with exceedingly little excitement, and with en entire aboence of the violent feeling which previous threats led p
November 30, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE CLIFTON INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.

THE CLIFTON INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION.

I THE CLIFTQNT INDU SKITWAL EXRIBITION. - This exhlbihijio was opeoed on Monday by thc' M~ayor, Mr.. E. S, 1Uobi son. The road ia the neighbourhood i at the bdildlog~ was #eily festooned with flags, abd the drum and fife band from the Clifton Industrial Sohool was Iin attandatied
April 27, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

galtk tv Aurction. FLOATING DOCKS, BRiDGOWATER b {R.1W. J. KNRIGW'r will SELL by UgTION (for the brueelt of whom It may coein e , on THURSDAY Next, the 2nd of May, 't Tw o'loc Lath Afternoon precisely, at the D0C0KS tforesaid, About 1u Tons o( GROUND CoI'IOLITE, Ex Veota. from lp
April 27, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE RIDE IN ROTTEN-ROW.

THE RIDE IN ROTTEN-ROW.

p We extract the following from the last number of Mr Anthony TVrollope's 'Leat Ch2ronclel of Barset,, II For the benefit of readers who are not "up" in the previous numbers of that charming story, we may premise that Miis Lily Pale has Come uip from the country on a visit at th
April 27, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT ST. VINCENT'S ROCKS.

SHOCKING ACCIDENT AT ST. VINCENT'S ROCKS.

BHOCKING ACCIDE'NT AT ST. VINCENTS B~OOKS.I A melancholr alV frightful ?? on Thursday evening neir the S8apeneion-bridge, whereby a boy, named William Miles, sustained dreadful injuries, having fallen over St. Vincent's rocks. The injared lid is between 12 and 13 years old, and i
April 27, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

IMARKET IH(-TIELLIGENCE. LONDON CGON Z liORANGE.-Mofnda. The show of English wheat this morning trom Essex and Kent was very small. bt the market had a holiday character. S A Prices were maintaiined, but tio sales were slow. Holders ot slodm foreign were very flrm, war rumours no
April 27, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
PROPOSED RESTRICTION OF THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC ON SUNDAY.

PROPOSED RESTRICTION OF THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC ON SUNDAY.

PROPOSED RESTRICTION OF THE LIQUOR I TRAFFIC ON SUNDAY. I OR Thursday afternoon, a meeting, in compliance with a requisition. to the Mayor, signed by about 200 citizens, was or held at Mec Gutlditall, to consider Mr. J. Abel 8mith's Bitt in referense to the sale of intoxicating l
April 27, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SHEEP-SHEARING MATCH AT ST. GEORGE'S.

SHEEP-SHEARING MATCH AT ST. GEORGE'S.

SHEEP - S9EARING MATCH AT ST. GEORGE'S. On Tuesday the annual sheep-shearing match in connexion ti with the society which includes the parishes of Abbot's 5s Leigh, St. George'e, Portbury, Portishead, Weston-in- tl Gordano, Walton, Clevedon, Tickenham, Clapton, and 6 Wraxall, too
May 25, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England