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DEATHS.

DEATHS.

Al.l.RN—Se-'t 21. her residence, East View, after eery brief illneas, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. Ammon Allen, tnansper, Messrs. Horrockses. Miller, Co, Moss, Canal, and Bihbleton Mills, her Slrd year. Deceased was ranch respected and ber death lamented by large circle friend
September 30, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
di,»bs to the working classes. .. . :_ for nearly Twenty Years have -SSawd you a* being our principal Constitueuta.

di,»bs to the working classes. .. . :_ for nearly Twenty Years have -SSawd you a* being our principal Constitueuta.

have adapted our Manufactureß, and your tiM cos. have endeavoured to lead vhUe {j O>o Goods which we knew were most into w(j not , c upon that principle, "*1 • would have been easier for us, with our facili®ot“lv have produced Goods low in Price and any in the Market. Bat we hav
September 30, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
IRON AND WIRE FENCING MANUFACTORY. WIRE NETTING BY LATEST FENCING WIRE AND STAPLES

IRON AND WIRE FENCING MANUFACTORY. WIRE NETTING BY LATEST FENCING WIRE AND STAPLES

IRON AND WIRE FENCING MANUFACTORY. WIRE NETTING LATEST FENCING WIRE AND STAPLES ON HAND. VENETIAN AND WIRE BLINDS TO ORDER. PBICCB OK AFPUCATIO9. Office 114, OHURCH STREET, PRESTON. Bbakch : 16, BT. STREET. BURN LEV J OHN RaTCLIFFK, LICENSED AUCTIONEER AND VALUER MILL TAVEKN, RIO
September 30, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.

THE FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.

tt. fool month diMuo rtm ptmU. wftkjnadi to Norfolk, ih. rotoro of Aowfa* not tt. to riruloo* return* C*pt*lu¥Srnith, conrt»We olOhraMto, Atr* th* «!““>'>* ‘J* ,00 •nonthdioaoaoh*a ftppouedtipan2l3 fre*h f«rm* daring cndea Sitnriw Urt. There nro at present 5,107 for that and two
September 30, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
from tijr fiUtropolis BY “SPECTATOR.” Diaa Uxrcdrv, With satisfactory complacency, everybody seems willing to accept the goodnatured opinions of military

from tijr fiUtropolis BY “SPECTATOR.” Diaa Uxrcdrv, With satisfactory complacency, everybody seems willing to accept the goodnatured opinions of military

critics that our army campaign, just concluded, has proved by no means an inglorious affair; and people appear thankful for the amiable testimony to this effect given at the banquet on Saturday night at Woolwich by no less a martial authority than the Prussian Lieutenant-General
September 30, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE CHELTENHAM MEBCURY

THE CHELTENHAM MEBCURY

AUTUMN LEAVES. falling lesf is at onco the most touching end tho most effect nil illustration of morality, appealing to tho faculties of evon the most unreflecting «>f mankind, and pleaching to everybody sermon, most eloquent he Library ol Natural Theology is sad to se«. the vot
September 30, 1871 - Cheltenham Mercury - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
shaken, and now that public opinion is thoroughly 'soused, it is feared that justice cannot be obtained through legal channels,

shaken, and now that public opinion is thoroughly 'soused, it is feared that justice cannot be obtained through legal channels,

and that, if the guilty are to be punished, it must be by some other means than the ordinary course of law. Leading journals are actually beginning to hint at the necessity of Lynch law in the capital of the New World. And indeed, if, as is asserted in New York meetings, the Bar
September 30, 1871 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST A POLICEMAN.

CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST A POLICEMAN.

John Hughes, 2s, a police-constable, attached to the Harrow-road Police-station, appeared at Marylebone to-day to answer a charge of assaulting. Miss Charlotte Emma Berrall. The magistrate was informed that the proßecutrix was in the House of Detention, having been committed for
September 30, 1871 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE COLONIAL ORDER.

THE COLONIAL ORDER.

The Qneen has made the following appointments to the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and Saint George:— To Lo ordinary Members of the Second Class or Knights Commanders of the maid Order:—Sir A. E. Kennedy., Knt., C. 8., Governor of lot Majesty's West Africa Sottlaments;
September 30, 1871 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MEIVIBERS AND CONSTITUENTS. The Home Secretary addressed another meeting of his constituents in Gourock yesterday. He remarked that we were

MEIVIBERS AND CONSTITUENTS. The Home Secretary addressed another meeting of his constituents in Gourock yesterday. He remarked that we were

witnessing great social struggles and groat political travail. It seemed to him that we had one of the most remarkable instances of that sort of sympathy which pervaded as by an electrical influence the most distant nations of the earth. Even we in this country were not entirely
September 30, 1871 - Globe - London, London, England