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AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL.

AMATEURS AT ST. GEORGE'S IHALL. A dramatic performance was given on Thursday night at St. George's Hall in compliment to Mr W. S. B. Gitsham. Who Mr Gitsham may be, why he shculd have a benefit, or in what way that benefit was a compliment, these are mysteries so profound that we
March 26, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

TOPICS OF THE WEEK.

ENGLAND possesses the most changeable climate in the world. We begin the week with a snow-storm, we end it enjoying the perfume of violets, On Monday we are shivering over a roaring fire. On Saturday we are basking in the sun. In the course of six days we have endured the horror
March 26, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

I)oVlER.-NEW GAIETY THEATRE. ir&NTED, :Li Entire DRAMATIC COMPANY, v1 itnl 1 frw exTeptiOlls, to open on] Easter Monday, for the *ilier S atu:lso Concert flail Talent for present aind filture ?? ___TIIqW, l.w CASTEOOTTI, Proprietor and Manager. -T-hEAiF.'TRE ROYAL, PAISLEY.Y 117\
March 26, 1876 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BY MESSRS. OLIVER, NEWBOLD, AND OLIVER. FREEHOLD CORNER SHOP AND DWELLING- HOUSES, STANHOPE STREET, AND WRIGHT STREET', NEW NORMANTON. r TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Messrs. OLIVER, NEWBOLD, and OLIVER, At the RoYAL HOTEL, Derby, on FRIDAY, the 15th December, 1876, at Seven o'clock
December 13, 1876 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE PROPOSED COMPULSORY ANNEXATION OF LITCHURCH TO THE BOROUGH.

THE PROPOSED COMPULSORY ANNEXATION OF LITCHURCH TO THE BOROUGH.

I THE PROPOSED COMPULSORY ANNEXA- TION OF LITCHURCH TO THE BOROUGH. At present there seems to be no abatement in the de- t termination of those who direct the municipal affairs to a , proceed with the scheme for the incorporation of Lit- church as part and parcel of the borough o
November 15, 1876 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Ecclesiastical.

Ecclesiastical.

a v&aItsiastital. )r PREFERlMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. a Rev. P. Ahier, curate of Skelton-in-Cleveland; vicar A e Glaisdale. Patron, the Archbishop of York. PRev. ELrertou Frederic Daniell, vicar of Kinson; ruala dean of tbe Second Portion of the Deanery of Whitchucil. s Rev. John D
October 11, 1876 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

?? &tWelligcncz. I- FRANCE. THE LATE MADAME GEORiGE SAND. Madame George Sand died os Thursday at Noolant. She was a descendant on the paternal side from Mar- - shal Saxe, her father being Maurice Dupin. She was f born in 1804, married in 1822, I I. Dudevant, by whom r she had a s
June 14, 1876 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE ON EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES.

THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE ON EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES.

THE DUIE OF DEVONSHIRE ON EDUCA- TrONAL AGENCIES. . .. 1r I I e _ - -_ :_ A; r_ 3Ths annual conference Of the Yorkshire Union1 Of Mes- 17 chatnicB' Institutions took place on Wednesday in Sheffield. 7 There were about three hundred delegates presetit, repre- tO sentiug most of th
June 14, 1876 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

luarhas. a ?? TELEGRAM.] LIVERPOOL CORN 31ARKET.~DY WHEAT a penny per ?? chicaper. BEAis, Sipec aper quarter cheaper. BARLEY, PEAS, and OATS, Stead,. a DIANS COs:N, tlare~epence per quarter lower. e I BlY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] - ~LONDON HAY IMARKET. TEIA b CLOVER, lids, to 145s.;
June 14, 1876 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BAROMETER READINGS FROM SELF-RECORDING ANEROID, Supplied by Messrs. DAVIS and SON, 5, Amen Alley, Derby.

BAROMETER READINGS FROM SELF-RECORDING ANEROID, Supplied by Messrs. DAVIS and SON, 5, Amen Alley, Derby.

BAROMETER READINGS FROM9 SELF-RECORDING ANEROID, Supplied by MeSsrs. DAVEl and SON, O, Amen Alley, Derby. F~or the wveek ezifling July 3, 1876. 1-?eciiwed to ?ea ?I3Vei.
July 5, 1876 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England