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EXCHANGE HALL, GRANTHAM, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1867. I Mil .HARRY CLIFTON, Comic Vocalist, ami Anchor of " Paddle your own

EXCHANGE HALL, GRANTHAM, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1867. I Mil .HARRY CLIFTON, Comic Vocalist, ami Anchor of " Paddle your own

Canoe," Ac., intimates that will have tho honour giving fust-class CONCERT above-named date.—Artistes : Mi.sa Fanny Edwards, Miss Ann Kinnaird, Contralto. Ballad & Serio Comie. Mr. W. OitKtNs, Cyrus Hell, American Humourist. Eccentric Vocalist, Mimic, Mr. W. Halli day. Solo Pian
October 19, 1867 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
District County Courts.

District County Courts.

Grani ham Monday, Oct. 11, lli forenoon. Oakham Tuesday ~ 15, „ Melton Mowbray Wednes. ~ 16, at noon. Lutterworth Friday „ 18, at lli forenoon. Market Harboro' Monday „ 21, at 11 „ Loughborough Saturday „ 19, „ Leicester Tuesday „ 22, at 10 ~ Leicester Wednes. „ 23, at „ Plaints
October 12, 1867 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
OTantcU. WANTED General Servant in small family.—Apply No. •>, Albion Terrace, Grantham. To TAILORS. WANTED, a good Coat Hand.—Apply to

OTantcU. WANTED General Servant in small family.—Apply No. •>, Albion Terrace, Grantham. To TAILORS. WANTED, a good Coat Hand.—Apply to

11. and J. llaix, 41, High Struct, Grantham. WAN IED, a Kitchen Maid in a Farm Mouse: she will required Milk.—Apply Mr. Lawrenck Little Ponton, on and Tuesday. AN Experienced Person wants engagement as HOUSEKEEPER where one Servant |is kept. Address M., liauceby Lodge, near Sloa
October 12, 1867 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GENERAL KEWS.

GENERAL KEWS.

D_SADrcx Railway Accident near Ltvebpooi — On Saturday night Mr. Green, architect, of Liverpool, and hU wife, wan crossing the tins at tha Broad Green Station of the London ana North-Western Bailway, near Liverpool, _ft 0 *_ t 0 Warrington, whan a luggage train for Liverpool das
October 5, 1867 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
piSTRICT NEWS. ?? '

piSTRICT NEWS. ?? '

piSTRICT NEWS. — ' IcKLAM-IN-CLEVELAND. til or Non-Parishioner*.— A meeting of the T«% BC w*s held on Thursday week, pursuant to -jritßon*" nB jder the propriety of adopting measures Lotic-— " * Qte burial of n_m-pari_-hioners in the church- fe-rP"** wß '2L_t " The principal rate
October 5, 1867 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

[We wish it to be distinctly understood that we da not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions of cur correspondents.— Eds. Y. H.l CATTLE IN THE STREETS. T ° the EDITORS of the YORK HERALD. Gentlemen,— l beg to caU the attention of the Corpora- tion to the state of Micklagat
October 5, 1867 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE PAN-ANGLICAN SYNOD AND THE.BISHOPRIC OF NATAL.

THE PAN-ANGLICAN SYNOD AND THE.BISHOPRIC OF NATAL.

THE PAN-ANGLICAN SYNOD AND THE BISHOPRIC OF NATAL. A very grave legal question appears to be raised by the decision generally supposed to have been arrived at by the Pan-Anglican Synod respecting the diocese of Natal. No one who desires to see peace and brotherly love existing am
October 5, 1867 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
PRICES OF GRAIN.

PRICES OF GRAIN.

The gradual rise in the price of wheat appears to have been checked by the fine weather which we have had, and which has enabled the harvest to be prosecuted nnder ex- ?? conditions. Nevertheless, the fact appean to be conclusively established that the French harvest is deficien
October 5, 1867 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORKSHIRE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

YORKSHIRE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY.

On Tuesday last, the first monthly meeting for the pnsent session was held in the Museum, in thia city, R. Daviks, Esq., occupying the chair. The ?? new members wen admitted, viz., Mn. Hotham, of Minster Yard, Mr. James Melrose, of St. Sampson's Square, E. Allen, Esq., of St. Sa
October 5, 1867 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
THE JEWISH FEAST OF TABERNACLES.

THE JEWISH FEAST OF TABERNACLES.

The following is an address by the R°v. M. Elkin, Minister to the New Hebrew Congregation of Liverpool :— Lev., chap. xxiiL, 42nd and 43rd verses:—"Ye shall dwell in booth seven days all that are Israelites born shall dwell in booth: That your generations majf know that I made t
October 19, 1867 - Liverpool Daily Post - Liverpool, Lancashire, England