remaining STOCK OF GOODS purchased during the past year, is accordingly selling them at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,, in order to make room for a large and entirely new stock, including BOYS' NEW AND SECOND HAND CLOTHES. An early inspection of the same is earnestly olicited.
July 9, 1870 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
In the Upper House of Convocation of the Previte@ of Canterbury, on Tuesday, the Bebop of ltrcie.le presented a petition from the English Church reciting, " It is said that, after a di•to.ct and pera,g invitation to be presont in Henry VIZ'. Ch•t el in coo. nestion with the revi
July 12, 1870 - Dorset County Express and Agricultural Gazette - Dorchester, Dorset, England
The Towx CLERK read a letter of the Privy Council, declining to enlarge the cattle route, and a letter from the Butchers' Association on the subject. Ordered that the Council be recommended te' apply for permission to see and take a copy of the whole correspondence which has pas
July 8, 1870 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England