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WICKWAR.

WICKWAR.

Bristol Baptist District association.—The half yearlv gathering met ou Monday in this place, when the following churches were represented by ministers aud deacons—Minchinanq ton, Sheraton, Hanhnui, Avening, Fishponds, Wotten-under- Fdge, and Wickwar. The services began by an aft
November 5, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BERKELEY.

BERKELEY.

Penny Readings —The seventh session of the penny readings was inaugurated at the Town-hall on ues<lay, the Ist inst., which occasion Lord Fitzhardinge, President the Mutual Improvement society, presided. The entertainment was opened by the Misses Hands, Clifton, playing a charmi
November 5, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CHIPPENHAM.

CHIPPENHAM.

Chaplaincy of the >\orkhoise.—The guardians and officers of the Uniou have just presented a gratifying testimonial to their late chaplain, the Kev. T. A. Clarke, consisting of a beautiful silver inkstand, upon which is engraved the following inscription 44 Presented to the Rev.
November 5, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

pill, Friday. Passed for Bristol—Emily Agnes, Cork ; of Wales, Swansea. In Kingroad—Menzaleh, Staples. Odessa. Sailed—Princess Koyal, Bideford; P. Adler, Cork ; Juverna.. Dublin ; Briton, Wexford ; Bride, Hayla The Ann for Africa, and the Nile, for Pensacola, are come down, and
November 5, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
The history of the fifteen years between and has shov ,n us that at any time the whole civilised world

The history of the fifteen years between and has shov ,n us that at any time the whole civilised world

may be called up« participate in aomo terrible war. If not summoned te as combatants in the stitfe, the people of any nation may be r'.-quired to give a helping hand in the way succour for the sick and the wounded. During the war between France and Prussia, the aid of opulent ge
November 12, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
To the Editor of the Bristol Mercury. Sir—l regTet to find that a female swindler has for some time past

To the Editor of the Bristol Mercury. Sir—l regTet to find that a female swindler has for some time past

been collecting money in Bristol, under pretence of aiding the Workman's Institute in Lewin's-mead. She has been described to me as a person of very respectable appearance, tall, and of fair complexion. Any clue which may lead to her apprehension will much oblige Youra, <tc , Ja
November 12, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
STROUD.

STROUD.

Accidents.—On Tuesday night the police found tailor named Octririge lying at the foot of some ateps leading to a beershop in the town, drunk, and with hia leg broken. declared had been kicked out and robbed ; but he waa disorderlv and abusive that was taken into custody. He was
November 12, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CATHEDRAL SERVICES.

CATHEDRAL SERVICES.

THis Day. in C. ** 1 Anthem, " we believe."—Gom. .. " mercy."—Gow. Sunday. Bristol Cliurcb Aid Fund. u . , ( in A; Wesley in E, S. and K (!). Morning .. ■J jiyuin in K. Hymn 218. ■■ \ " Blessed the liod."— Wt*Ui/. Moxn»v— Colston s Day. Morning Service clock. / Arnold in Morning
November 12, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
flxrtttts. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL PROVIDRN'r INSTITUTION. Ladies and Gintlemeji— Circular and Advertisement, dated October, and signed F.

flxrtttts. TO THE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL PROVIDRN'r INSTITUTION. Ladies and Gintlemeji— Circular and Advertisement, dated October, and signed F.

>1. Turner, Chairman of Committee, aiid Alec. B. Levg. Vic*- Chairman, with address London only, do not t-mnnate from the Institution, you are evidently intended believe, but from Mr. Candy's Committee. Yours faithfullv, . CHAS. W. BUTTON. and 6, Newgate-street, London, Not. 10t
November 12, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
iHcrticts. TEAM FROM LIVERPOOL NEW ORLEANS. LIVERPOOL AND MISSISSIPPI STEAMSHIP LINE. The New Liverpool Steamer "CRESCENT CITY," 1750 Tons Register,

iHcrticts. TEAM FROM LIVERPOOL NEW ORLEANS. LIVERPOOL AND MISSISSIPPI STEAMSHIP LINE. The New Liverpool Steamer "CRESCENT CITY," 1750 Tons Register,

a 1 Lloyds, Willi AMS, Commander, will despatched 22nd November for New Orleans. Built expressly for the Trade, and will load to a light draft, insure her getting over the Bar without detention. For Cabin and Steerage Passage at moderate rates apply to PSCOTT, SMITH, and CO., Ke
November 12, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England