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Bankrupts.

'From Friday's Gazette, July I.) Henry H., of Nottingham, tailor. Jeffrey, Kingston-upon-Hull, fru : (From, Tuesday's Gazette, July of West Deeping, Idncoln, com mUlex.
July 8, 1870 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The Wool Tbads.—London, July the public sales ot Colonial wool tbe attstvlartne of Foreign buyers baa bean more numerous, and

The Wool Tbads.—London, July the public sales ot Colonial wool tbe attstvlartne of Foreign buyers baa bean more numerous, and

home trade has continued to be well represented. Biddings for all descriptions have been animated, and prices have been supported. English wool baa been steady, at previous quotations. The import into London last week comprised 2763 bales from New aeaiand, and about 300 bales fr
July 8, 1870 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE BABY-FARMING CASE.

THE BABY-FARMING CASE.

An inquest waa held yeaterday tho body oi another child, a female, alleged to have died through the neglect of the baby-farmers Waters and Ellis. girl named Ellen O'Connell, formerly a servant oi the prisoners, was the principal witness. She stated that she had been exposed to c
July 9, 1870 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
■ - THE MARKET-STBEET IMPROVEMENT^) TO THE EDITOR OS TEX DAILY Sir,—Mr. Cropper, "Junius," "W. W.," 4 " Look before

■ - THE MARKET-STBEET IMPROVEMENT^) TO THE EDITOR OS TEX DAILY Sir,—Mr. Cropper, "Junius," "W. W.," 4 " Look before

you Leap," others having had say upon thhi questionable improvement, trust tb** before the meeting of the Town Council on Wedne*' day next you will enabled follow with yoar admirable article of June 18th (Waterloo Da?)' and convince our local legislators that economy, practical
July 9, 1870 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Ladies' Appetites 350 Years Ago.—But, perh??? the most conclusive evidence that we can give of good appetites prevalent in those

Ladies' Appetites 350 Years Ago.—But, perh??? the most conclusive evidence that we can give of good appetites prevalent in those

days is the acti part enacted the ladies at table. On October 24ih, we find it related in the Earl of Surrey's diatf; that two ladies were served for their breakfast —"To Lady and my Lady Wyndbam, perse beyf, gooyse, a breste of veyle rost, capon." decidedly good fare for breakf
July 9, 1870 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
GrOUJDW CtP—j6i,000. RICHaRDSON .d STEEl,' splendid Doable Event a c< rtaintv, and £1,000 will ba won through the outlay of

GrOUJDW CtP—j6i,000. RICHaRDSON .d STEEl,' splendid Doable Event a c< rtaintv, and £1,000 will ba won through the outlay of

stake bv all wuo follow their advice immediately. Subscribers, we hope you will delay no time in writing to us, for information so genuine fear nothing, and success is certain. will not win the Goodwood Cup, so don't back him. Our horse for the Goodwood 'Stakes has been nut thro
July 9, 1870 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOLS PRIZE SCHEME.

THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOLS PRIZE SCHEME.

THE JOURNAL. GRANTHAM, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1870. On: Eighth Page Contains :— The Challenge Cup was last evening won by Private Walsh, with a score of twenty-nine points, the lowest scored being seven. The Relief Returns of the Grantham Union for the week are follow:—Grantham distr
July 9, 1870 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
LITERARY.

LITERARY.

On dit that the author of " Lothair " realised £9,000 before the fourth edition of his work appeared. We understand that Lady Di Beauclerk's new work is now the printer's hands, and is to be entitled, " Naughty. Naughty, but ! nice." The Graphic says that Alfred Tennyson present
July 9, 1870 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT A WEDDING.

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE AT A WEDDING.

A French paper relates a thrilling scene which lately occurred in a Parisian mairie. A couple presented themselves to be married, the bride about 18 years of age, and considerable personal attractions; the bridegroom an extremely small man, aged 45. When the ceremony was conclud
July 9, 1870 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
T O BRITISH WORKMEN OF ALL CLASSES. Have you seen PIGOTT'S 2 Bs. SUIT, IN BLACK or COLORED, The Cheapest

T O BRITISH WORKMEN OF ALL CLASSES. Have you seen PIGOTT'S 2 Bs. SUIT, IN BLACK or COLORED, The Cheapest

in the Trade. Second arrival of the 10b. 6d. TROUSERS, all New Patterns. Just received, upwards of Two Hundred BOYS' & YOUTHS' SUITS, now selling from 4s. 6d. THE 7s. 6d. AND HALF-GUINEA HAT, not be surpassed for style and quality. A GOOD SUIT TO ORDER from £2 2s. to £3 10s. All
July 9, 1870 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England