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DERBY BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

DERBY BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

TuESDAY. ti LBefore the MAYoR, W. T. Cox, Esq.. and Dr. TAYLoR.] p William Steven,, for having' been drunk in Bradshaw- d street, on Monday night, was fined 6a. and ?? tI Johnson, charged with being drunk on Monday afterlnoon, e pleaded guilty. He was also clcaged with breaking
May 3, 1871 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

Nptriml varliamut, HOUSE OF LORDS.I TUESDAY. no] it Some time was wasted in a discussion upon the stat of Oh It the Post-office at Ipswich. The qusina su as wvi Or whether the building was well ventilae rnt hat re Lord KIMBERLEY stated that he solcntthiself on Thursday vvith simp
May 3, 1871 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE FRENCH CIVIL WAR.

THE FRENCH CIVIL WAR.

TIlE FREN CH CIVIL WVAR. -. 1i , X~t A Et English interest in the events now taking place before wl L.Paris has very much subsided. The telegrams which th Y we summarise week after week are so monotonous, and ag t details which they present appear so commonplace B5 f and meagrc i
May 3, 1871 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

B A ND R ET H' S P I LLS. ENiTIRELY VEGETABLE AND INNOCENT. -What has been longestknownlihasbeen most conside!red, and what hits be(u flost considered is~best understood.' LIFE IS THE GIFT OF GOD.,r W"hen we are sick this li1fe is obscured under a cloudl, op- pressed with humours
May 3, 1871 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TANTED a respectable YOUTH who writes well, r W and is accustomed to Accounts.-Apply to W. RANDALL, Draper, Market-place, Derby. TO COLLIERY PROPRIETORS. C W ANTED by the Advertiser an AGENCY to SE LL a a good COAL on Commission.-Address, F. G., Post Office, Northampton. 1 ANTED,
May 31, 1871 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
OPENING OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

OPENING OF THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.

The fur sl opening of the International Exhibition of Fine and l Iete Art, Scientific Inventions, and Mlusic took place last Iodnithe bulings at Kensington, which have been specially Jrcteld fir tihe purpose. It is twenty years this May-day since the erected 2e tie irst English
May 7, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

THE ROYAL ACADEMY.

THE ROYAL ACADEEY. SECOND NOTICE. A second view of the pictures at the Royal Academy confirms our impression that, aa a whole, the worka exhibited are below the average standard of excellence. At tha came time there are many picturas, particularly in the landscepa dapartment, whi
May 21, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ALL ROUND THE WORLD AND HOME AGAIN. ?? E;('rERTON ?? George Case) an, ( Mr GEOR>GE CASE, after a Six Years' Absence and successfi Tou 50 ttrd the World, are now ~is To-Nirlht(MoyYltb) at the QUEEN'S HALL, LIVERPOOL, andunt GFORGr C.SE, Garden Cottage, Now Malden, Surrey. ~I AD E
May 14, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CHESS.

CHESS.

C H E S S. To Correspondents. All comrimunicationt s to be directed to THE EuA, a, Cetheritle-street, Strand, London. JOIrTX CHILD (Bradford)-Your netices. are, ns usual, much too late. To us wbo publish Inte in tile week they may be in time, but to papers which go to press early
May 14, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BILLIARDS.

BILLIARDS.

BILLI A RDS. ltatch for the Championship, 400, and ?? Vase-John Roberts, Jun. (Champion) v. Wr, Caen,, Jun. (Ex:-Champion). The Derby of Billiards came off at St. James's Hall. on l evening last, in the presence of over 350 gentlemen, and ?? the Great Hall being secured gave ampl
May 28, 1871 - The Era - London, London, England