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FIVE CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH

FIVE CHILDREN BURNT TO DEATH

The Penzance correspondent of the Pres. Aaeociation telegraphs that on Friday night five of the seven sons of a miner named H. Angrin, of St. Just, were burnt to death. The father was at a prayer meeting at the time ; the mother had put five children to bed and went out to look
August 18, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
2=211111 Standard," it -- of refugees Is dally destitution. ePh!alis

2=211111 Standard," it -- of refugees Is dally destitution. ePh!alis

NOWAK RIFIIGII3B. A obtrespondent of the " stantinsple, says :—The number of . 94 effected by the war increases are in aleakoll of mostly widows sad Coa 1 r, sad l'iro
August 18, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
the P' . a tiselble data refugees, • from

the P' . a tiselble data refugees, • from

the P' . a tiselble refugees, • from weer& bt or sabre. Maud above food, pe?ple. At Was*, Committee all they require sad I It is estimated that Constantinople, - will . among ft° Medical st , and, grestl i lwan i M poOr 'MO& tt 4 7, 12,000 reigns, end ex- Irma Keamilik. e Of Staf
August 18, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
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August 18, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
17 DALE AGRICULTBAL SHOW, AUGUST 25, 1877, A? ST. JOHN'S CHAPEL. - Prises for Leaping. Band in attendance. Sea Bills.

17 DALE AGRICULTBAL SHOW, AUGUST 25, 1877, A? ST. JOHN'S CHAPEL. - Prises for Leaping. Band in attendance. Sea Bills.

August 18, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
olouND RENTS OOLLTATID mask week ia Tows sad Coestry by Thee. Dona, Aiwa, fleadoelead. Istablielsed 1164.

olouND RENTS OOLLTATID mask week ia Tows sad Coestry by Thee. Dona, Aiwa, fleadoelead. Istablielsed 1164.

August 18, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
MLRBIAGES

MLRBIAGES

L St Paul's Church, 14th inst., by the L. , Mr. Rcbt. Richard Ogilvie, son of the late Robt. Call Ogilvie, of Newoutle, to Jane, eldest daughter of Wm. leek, M. 8., Mediae Mines, Northumberbusl. loth Aields, it, Hilda's Church, 14th inst., by the Rev. C.l, ALlamion, James, son o
March 17, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
'EXECUTION OF THE HUN GERFORD MURDERERS.

'EXECUTION OF THE HUN GERFORD MURDERERS.

The execution of Henry and Francis George Tidbury took place on Monday morning, at eight o'clock, within Heading Gaol. There was a very small crowd outside, no one being admitted except the members of the press. The prosession was formed at three minutes to eight o'clock. and co
March 17, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
STOCK AIICIfION YLETEI.

STOCK AIICIfION YLETEI.

STOCK AIICIfION HEXHA'd, Marsh 12.—T0-day, Mr Cook sold 21 fat cattle, 3 calves, 137 fa sheep, ant 4 pigs. Boyers were well represented. beef, 9. 6nl to 10s ; set:older", 94 per stone. Beet mutton id per lb • tape and owes, 9d to 9id per lb. Fat bullocks: £l7 10, to £2B; top, Cut
March 17, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England
 
BOWEN'S TONIC-SALINE II a family Kedicine it is beyond proles; on that account no Household ought to be without it,

BOWEN'S TONIC-SALINE II a family Kedicine it is beyond proles; on that account no Household ought to be without it,

for by its timely use many serious results and Doctor' bills may be entirely prevented.
March 17, 1877 - Alston Herald and East Cumberland Advertiser - Alston, Cumberland, England