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County Magistrates' Office.

County Magistrates' Office.

Saturbay. Before Mr. Murch, Colonel Grant, Major Edgell, Admiral Paynter, Messrs. E. T. D. Foxcroft and S. Butler. Henry King, William Nott, sen., and William Nott, jun., were summoned at the instance of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, for cruelty to three
November 30, 1871 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FATAL GIG ACCIDENT IN WELLS-ROAD.

FATAL GIG ACCIDENT IN WELLS-ROAD.

A sad accident, which has since been attended with fatal consequences, took place on the Wells-road on Saturday afternoon. Mr. George Oxenham, of Paglinch farm, Wellow, drove into Bath with horse and trap on Saturday, in company with his sister, Miss Eliza Oxenham, and they left
November 30, 1871 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SUN LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LONDON. Established 1810. Copies Revenue Account and Balance Sheet to Midsummer last can now obtained of

SUN LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LONDON. Established 1810. Copies Revenue Account and Balance Sheet to Midsummer last can now obtained of

the Agents (THOS. W. GIBBS, Esq. BATH ISAAC WILLIAMS, Esq. J. G. PRIESTLEY, Actuary. LEGAL AND GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 10, FLEET STREET, TEMPLE BAR, Founded 1836. THB Parliamentary Accounts quired by the «« Life Assurance Companies Act, 1870," may be obtained "ihftSty ta
November 30, 1871 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BERLIN WOOL & FANCY REPOSITORY, 19 and 20, CORRIDOR. MRS. J. M. ALLWRIGHT Begs to draw attention to her well-assorted

BERLIN WOOL & FANCY REPOSITORY, 19 and 20, CORRIDOR. MRS. J. M. ALLWRIGHT Begs to draw attention to her well-assorted

Stock of CHRISTMAS GOODS. 19 and 20, CORRIDOR, BATH. W. & E. PICKERING, ANCIENT and MODERN BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, and BOOKBINDERS, Nos. 3 and 4, BRIDGE STREET, BATH, HAVING purchased in London very Large STOCK of NEW BOOKS at considerable reduction, they are determined to offe
November 30, 1871 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
/QUALITY THE TEST CHEAPNESS. BBEMNER THOMAS, . TAILORS, ECCLESIASTICAL R9BE MAKERS, *c, PARK STREET, BRISTOL, Beg respectfully aoUcit early inspection

/QUALITY THE TEST CHEAPNESS. BBEMNER THOMAS, . TAILORS, ECCLESIASTICAL R9BE MAKERS, *c, PARK STREET, BRISTOL, Beg respectfully aoUcit early inspection

of their Tery Cheico Assortment SEW WOOLLEN GOODS, THOROUGHLY SHRUNK, Suitable for Autumn and Winter Wear. GUARANTEE A GOOD FIT Jt MODERATE PRICES. f>EED, BOBSON, V consequence of GREAT DEPRESSION THE TEA AND SUGAR MARKETS, Are offering the following unusual ADVANTAGES TO CASH B
November 29, 1871 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Ist RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. DDITIONAL PRIZES TO THE SHOOTING FUND. £ b. d. Sir John Karslake 2 0 0 Arthur Mills,

Ist RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. DDITIONAL PRIZES TO THE SHOOTING FUND. £ b. d. Sir John Karslake 2 0 0 Arthur Mills,

Esq. 2 0 0 A. Hartnoll 0 0 Mr. Welsford. book slide ; Mr. Harris, gold studs ; Mr. Gregory, gold studs ; Wilkinson and Saunders, 3 bottles of champagne ; Mr. Guest, cruet stand Mr. Pinder, vest. Exeter, 28th Nov., 1871. - BRITISH SEAMEN'S ORPHAN HOME, BRIXIIAM THE SECOND ANNUAL
November 29, 1871 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
UFFCULME.

UFFCULME.

International Arbitration. —A lecture was delivered on Monday evening in the Baptist Chapel by Rev. G. W. Humphreys, 8.A., the above subject. Tbe lecturer forcibly showed that the principles he advocated were far more reasonable, humane, and Christian than for civilized nations
November 30, 1871 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE PROSECUTION OF THE REV. W. J. E BENNETT.

THE PROSECUTION OF THE REV. W. J. E BENNETT.

THE PROSECUTION THE REV. W. J. E BENNETT. On uesday the well-known case of Shepard the Rev. VV. J. E. Bennett, vicar Frome Selwood, came before the Judicial Committee of Privy Council, appeal. It will be remembered that in some works which Air. Bennett published he advocated the
November 30, 1871 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
The Rev. W. Saunders begs to acknowledge with sincere thanks the receipt of £5 from R. Hassell, and anonymously, addition

The Rev. W. Saunders begs to acknowledge with sincere thanks the receipt of £5 from R. Hassell, and anonymously, addition

to the collection Christ Church, Clifton, on Sunday last. The Birmingham cattle and poultry 3how, held at Hall, commenced on Saturday last, under most favourable auspices, and the competition being unusually keen, the task of judging was rendered most arduous. Bristol, as usual,
November 30, 1871 - Western Daily Press - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Art Prim Is. &1., cloth. 81101iT NOTZB ON ENGLISH NEDURTAL HISTORY. IT REV. WILMOT BUXTON, To be Ird of J.

Art Prim Is. &1., cloth. 81101iT NOTZB ON ENGLISH NEDURTAL HISTORY. IT REV. WILMOT BUXTON, To be Ird of J.

S. CADDEL, I, LINO STRUT, MONEY—SEVERAL ems to be advoooed on al of Martyrs at 5 interest. Apply to IL W. Dooley, Solicit% 17. Ci-LENFIELD STARCH Is ths osly bed end is Her Lossdry. IF ere say Ladies who byre sot yet used L ohs STARCH :m = 1 7. rwevadar es it trig, rod toilsw ou
November 29, 1871 - Gravesend Journal - Gravesend, Kent, England