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TO BREWERS AND MALTSTERS. CHOICE KENT, SUSSEX, & WORCESTER HOPS IN STOCK. EDWIN LEONARD, HOP MERCHANT, WORCESTER. SPECIAL NOTICE. Since

TO BREWERS AND MALTSTERS. CHOICE KENT, SUSSEX, & WORCESTER HOPS IN STOCK. EDWIN LEONARD, HOP MERCHANT, WORCESTER. SPECIAL NOTICE. Since

publishing our present Scale of Prices foi Carpets, Manufacturers have ADVANCED their PRICES FIVE TIMES ; but we have still STOCK ol THIRTY THOUSAND YARDS, which shall CONTINUE to OFFER at LOWEST OLD PRICES. SPECIAL—TO BUYERS of CARPETS HAYING made enormous Contracts before tbe
November 29, 1871 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
In Parliament, Session, 1872. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. Railways near Dudley and to the Stourbridge Railway : at Bristol: and at

In Parliament, Session, 1872. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. Railways near Dudley and to the Stourbridge Railway : at Bristol: and at

New Milford Graving Dock and Road at New Milford : Deviation of Fix,l path at Pontypool Road: Stopping of Footpath at Landore : Widening Bridge at Bristol: Power to Company and Rhymney Railway Company to make Railways and alter authorised Railways near Dowlais Power to Company a
November 29, 1871 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
i 2, in a field called the "Two Acre Field," belonging to and in the occupation of Daniel Beak :

i 2, in a field called the "Two Acre Field," belonging to and in the occupation of Daniel Beak :

8. —A Railway (No. 6) commencing in tlie parish of Woot, ton Bassett, in the county of Wilts, by junction with I Railway No. 2, a point tan yards or thereabouts, measuring in a northwardly direction, from the centre of the Great Western Railway, and four yards thereabouts, measu
November 30, 1871 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
Farts Scraps, and Pleasantries.

Farts Scraps, and Pleasantries.

Sham four-fifths on the road to shame. yellow virtue youth, »nd you will fly sin age. a that keeps his ten'per better than he that can keep a carriage. Irish editor congratulates himself that half the lies .out him ain't true " Birds v Thorns.—lf bird in the hand worth two the b
November 29, 1871 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
THE TICHBORNE CASE.

THE TICHBORNE CASE.

Thursday.—This was the fiftieth day fc of the hearing of the Tichborne trial, and further witnesses were called speak to the identity of the claimant. These included Mrs. Theresa Hussey, who was formerly in the service of Sir Edward Doughty ; the Rev. Robert Pinkney, vicar of Hi
November 29, 1871 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.' Dear Sir, —At the end of the account in your paper

TO THE EDITOR OF THE ' NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.' Dear Sir, —At the end of the account in your paper

of the 23rd inst. of the adjourned quarterly meeting of the Council, held in this town on the 16th instant, you make some remarks on the division that took place in reference to the hall keeper. You first remark—"His Worship will forgive us, but his ruling is decidedly wrong." T
November 29, 1871 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
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November 29, 1871 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
SCAB WELL DOWHBTIHmA X MINKS ABSOOKATIOK («■»<£• » Varacc. Co™il. IppUcaOoo, Allot ment. Sir FNdk.V. WUllam*, 8. R. Kiel tell.

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&q. # Mansion and Trerecflo tin « ««*. London, W., Director of It* rmuuouu » Chunbar*,London,DC. -«d , s®*srssr^ Wtobledaß Fariu Ba*M«S. * [mdon.—Mean. Labtock, 00., IS, X«*ikvd street PounKS.—Moan. Batten, Came, and Carso. 80UCIT0B. _ • •■ ~ Q. PftwveU. £(|.. 10, UmAom, B.C. It
November 30, 1871 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
THE ILLNESS OF THE PRINCE

THE ILLNESS OF THE PRINCE

OF WALES. The following bulletins we« issued yesterday " SANDRINGHAM, Widhmdat, 5 p.m. Hli Royal Highnsas the Prinoe of Wales h»s pMeed quiet day. yesterday, the symptoms continue without alteration. " Wn. JxNtiKS, M.D. Wn. Sun. M.D. Jao. Lows, M.D." - SANDRINGHAM, WsDHKDaT. 10,
November 30, 1871 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
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November 30, 1871 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England