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FATAL ACCIDENT TO A GENTLEMAN IN BERKELEY-SQUARE.

FATAL ACCIDENT TO A GENTLEMAN IN BERKELEY-SQUARE.

FATAL ACCIDENT TO A GENTLEMAN IN BERKELEY.SQUARE . ,_ On Thursday night an acideet. of a very melancholys ancir occurred to a gentleman named Jury, proprletrorf the Shelbarne Hotel, Dublin, who wat upon aovisit to Mr. Rlichard Ridler,0of No. 16, Berkeleysquare. It appears that th
August 17, 1872 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE CAPTURE OF COOMASSIE.

THE CAPTURE OF COOMASSIE.

THlE CAPTURE OF COOMASSIE. SIn GARN>ET WfOLSEEUEY has attaineel the great objects Ce of his expedition, though not without encountering A formoidable and unexpected diffiaulties. It wvill be i remnemhered that in a despatch written at abaout 30 P ?? from Coomassie, and dated the
February 28, 1874 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A COMPLAINT FROM EAST BRENT.

A COMPLAINT FROM EAST BRENT.

--TNIw .7i7di?on of tho Bfsto? .2lter try. SolWl o ..lzdlterafe.sds onl la sbeoot distribut.ionl of a publication of a moast ,sensatidbtil ehafaetsr'. in thu form of a pampbhletbyan an onymnous author, opposed fream a-ng exont the pmselntiens anoud doctries ofc the eds othparish
February 28, 1874 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

?NT4?kIF NEW? ? ?? report ?? FI-2. Pur.cell hail bee-ajpoi Attorney-tieneral,of Jama~ica, is contradicted. ,- No liss than o7 bre'werns;r'pettsbns directly irrtcreeted in I bireweries, are retumsed to the present Parliamnent. . .Seamr :sY ACT r LPAechixi~rkq'. ?? An influential A
February 28, 1874 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FIRE AT THORNBURY-HOUSE.—On Saturday night, Thoraburyhou.se, the resilience of Kenworthy Brown, ISaq , narrowly , escaped being destroyed by tire.

FIRE AT THORNBURY-HOUSE.—On Saturday night, Thoraburyhou.se, the resilience of Kenworthy Brown, ISaq , narrowly , escaped being destroyed by tire.

It appear* that ou Miss Brown retiring to rent she inadvertently placed her chamber candle in the window, and the blinds over immediately caught fir-:. Miss Brown called for assistance, and succeeded in <;uickiy bringing her mother and several servant* to her help. Mr. Kenwoituy
August 6, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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BRISTOL IMPORTS.

BRISTOL IMPORTS.

(Teom Monday's " Presentment -| In the A nrora, from Quhlmc- F. K. B irnes and Sons 40 pes oak timber pea wany board pine timber, floated pine deals floated pine deal ends, 677" bright pine deals bright pine deal end*, pipe 12 W.I. btaves ' In tbe Sol ma, from V. K. Barnes and S
August 6, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Morrel de Perceval, Pahaerston-buildings, London, merchant, Aug. 16, London. William Bellamy, Buckingham-street, Birmingham, electroplater, Aug. 9, Birmingham. Edwin Banks Hodges, Union-street, Bristol, broker, Aug. 4, BristoL George Richards, Waterloo-road, West-street, Bristol
August 6, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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*1'Iftdtp. A MIDSUNIUhRt. ST'VORY. BY EIDnWAD C;A.tpr.\S. 'Tsv.%s 23 . VIdsummer, bright noon *f the year, The " us E',arlh lay wooing the -tIy, Sofet I by the zaphbrs that busy flow by, Each NV niag love stories into her ear. The air . -*mbrosla, life was delight Tbe r vere fait
October 5, 1872 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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June 8, 1872 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
DREADFUL WIFE MURDER AT LLANELLY.

DREADFUL WIFE MURDER AT LLANELLY.

I The prosperous but usually quiet little town of LUnaelly, Carmarthenshire, has been in a state of considerable excitement during the past few days in consequence of the discovery of a bratal case of wife murder. The crime ap- pears to have been committed so fax back as Tuesday
June 8, 1872 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England