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JLilWOltl, Friday, Feb 11. Feb. 8.1P76, Bc»why cburch, Brtar. the Lord BUKop of Uaooln. aod the Rev % Vice* the

JLilWOltl, Friday, Feb 11. Feb. 8.1P76, Bc»why cburch, Brtar. the Lord BUKop of Uaooln. aod the Rev % Vice* the

pariah cb»rl«. B-f® o *' Canwtrk, Llacolimhlie, and North P.,*. Bertfotd>hin», to Mwy Geor<lana (be Rer. Robert Button ana the Ist« Ball 1111 Sutt <» At the parish church, Sheffield, Jan. , v Be*. Mown* y Ttotter ) Jm. Bu well, IJa' da<w J * late o? Klru'a Clitte. >rthamptonahlr
February 11, 1876 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
l.ft. STAMFORD. To he LET. with immediate THE VILLA RESIDENCE, known M " Rock Haws<*," situate "Stamford, In tha county

l.ft. STAMFORD. To he LET. with immediate THE VILLA RESIDENCE, known M " Rock Haws<*," situate "Stamford, In tha county

of Lineoia, late in the occupation the Hoa Captain hart. Tbi» desirable Family contains spacious hall with noble st»ne drawing and dining rooms, library, nine principal and secondary hed and dresdng roon-a, bath room, kitchen, scullery, ladder, pantry, hot- pantry servants' h Ul
February 11, 1876 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LITTLEDEAN.

LITTLEDEAN.

I : r . I LTITLMEAN. _ c:-P!OH..otr,, Roura=Jaho . sdgi.# X a blaik. ?? of Le.Beitey. .wa'e wihid'jtJ i. .Crowen trm;-vis,lks, ?? A woe iobrW Damage were'laid at ls. It appeatsd that ater- the'b117 snowr that fell at the latter end of Jannam , a great numbdr- of the forest oaks w
February 19, 1876 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CAPITAL AND LABOUR.

CAPITAL AND LABOUR.

Some alarmiing statements were made at a meeting just held at Sheffield, by Mr. Eills, managing director at the Atlas Works, respecting the steel and iron trades. At aome of the largest works in the town there are so few orders on: hand that the closing of some of the'departinen
February 5, 1876 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

44 I2Otol - p irUull17. RATUBDAY,~ FEBRUABY 6, 1X76, The issue of the Senatorial elections, which took place f in France-last Sunday, appears to have astonished all fr parties. It was generally believed that most of the th Republian canidateswould e defeted byover- w whelming ma
February 5, 1876 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

MIBCELLANROUS "I spell it kanughphy and Webster splls it coffee. I kant tell which is right, Web, or ?? Billings. "Yesterday afternoon,"says a contemporary," Miss-- was borne to the cemetery before a large concourse of griev- ing men, women, and vehicles." " If a dog's tail is cu
February 5, 1876 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS-FRIDAY, JAN. 28. Bargen, Gustav, City-road, London, liceuned victualler-Feb. 8, London. Chapman, Augustus William, Threadneadle-atreet, London, sharebroker-Feb. 8, London. Evington George, Great Grimsby, Lincolnohire, farmer-Feb. 4, G}reat Girimnaby. Fawcett. George, S
February 5, 1876 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

TlrV E IT __NEWS. r ..4w a Telegmnms, per Press Association.L FRANCE. PARIS, F1TeRUAniY 24. The Offieiat Jos-na'ste as anticipated last night, publishes n decree of AMsrabsIl MIceahln}on, accepting tho resignation of M. Buffet, and appointing M. Dufauro Vice-president of the Coun
February 25, 1876 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TRADE OF THE TOWN AND DISTRICT.

TRADE OF THE TOWN AND DISTRICT.

BxnsrrNoLtM, IFriday Evening. TRAS continues dull in nearly all branches of production, owing in a great measure to the limitation or absence of export demand, The cotton trade at Atnchester is reported without improvement. The free receipts of cotton from America and the unfavo
February 5, 1876 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT.

PARLIAMENT, LAST NIGHT.

I [PRXS AssuciATIONI TELEGRAMI] IOUSE Of LORDS. Their Lordehbips met at five o'clock. THE MARTI4-HENRY RIFLE. Tho Earl of CAnDOGAN A few diays ago the no0)l0 duke opposite (the Dulce of St. Albaus) nsked n quastion with reference to the Martini-Honry ritle, desiring to know whet
February 29, 1876 - Birmingham Daily Post - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England