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Correspondence.

Correspondence.

?? rrts, ?nbtlla . . 60 'p t TlHE ANALYSIS OF MILK CASE. r TO THE EDITOR OP THE DERBY MIsCURY. Sir,-Iu your last week's issue thero appeared a stntoment arespectiflg an aualyet5 of milk, in which, when the milk was quite new, I had found evidences of the addition of 113 per aent.
August 8, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MILFORD COTTAGE GARDEN SOCIETY.

MILFORD COTTAGE GARDEN SOCIETY.

:6 The Sixteenth annual exitibition of vegetables, plants, n. fruits, and flowers of this gociety aves held iA the grounds d adjoining Milford House, by kind permission of tha llon. F. o Struit, on Saturday. itoe weather was vcry favourable, and the exhibition was visited by tho
August 8, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

t A meeting of railway servants was held at the Temperance of Hall, Derby, on Thursday might, the object being to impress led on the legislature the necessity of giving effect to the recom- mendations of the Raillway Accidents Commission as a means ack of preventing the frequent
April 25, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE CAXTON CELEBRATION.

THE CAXTON CELEBRATION.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. TIHE CAXTON CELEBRATION. In Westminster Abbey, amidst a crowd of monu- ments erected at the public expense to perpetuate the memories of all sorts and conditions of men, is an unpretending tablet, raised in 1820 by the mem- bers of the Roxburgh Club, "To the
April 25, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Occasional Notes.

Occasional Notes.

(0-cfasional latt's. nb. The rescue of the colliers at Pontypridd has added in Ire another laurel to the crown of English daring and to ?? humanity. The miners who worked their laborious 1 lis way to their imprisoned companions must have felt like as those who adventure upon a fo
April 25, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

DERBY BOROUGH POLICE COURT.

WEDNESDAY. ciic 98 ?? J. BArLEY, Esq. (Chairman), J. JocasoN, Esq,, G. Jo HOLME, Eeq., and J. TUIRNEI, Esq.)] B3 08 Thomas Stone was charged with being drunk and dis- go h, orderly in Borough's Walk, on the previous day.-Police- ing or constable Reed said at ten minutes to two h
April 25, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE LITCHURCH LOCAL BOARD.—THE ANNEXATION SCHEME.

THE LITCHURCH LOCAL BOARD.—THE ANNEXATION SCHEME.

THE LITCHURCH LOCAL BOARD.-THE ANNEXATION SCHEME. The first meeting of the now Bonrd was held on Saturday morning at ten o'el.,ck ; the members present being Mr. tW Be arose, jon. (Chairman), Mr. H. Burn, Mr. A. Woodiwiss, Mr. H. FowkeUs, M. W. Biilioe, Mr. C. Ilumphroys, Mr. G.
April 25, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Local Topics.

Local Topics.

'gia-cal ffxpics. TIuE ACTION BROUGHT BYI THE IEAD MASTEIR Or TMlr DEnnY GRAMMAR SCIl0OL against the parent of one of his pupils, particulars of wlhich eve print elsewhere, has had "a two-fold operation." 'It has convinced folks, who have a somewhat hazy idea of the social positi
January 31, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DIABOLICAL ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP A POLICE STATION AT CRICH.

DIABOLICAL ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP A POLICE STATION AT CRICH.

At a special petty sessions held at Belper, on Wednesday, before Mr. Woolley and Mr. Herbert Strutt, Andrew Black- wnll, of Cricb, wvs brought up in custody, on remand, oharged with having, on tae 21st of April, at Criah, unlaw- ulltody in mlitciosl wtrown into a certain dwellin
May 9, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LORD DERBY'S DESPATCH.

LORD DERBY'S DESPATCH.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. The reply of Lord DEnBY to the Circular in which 3e Prince GoRTcHAKoFF announced to the Powers the intention of Russia to cross the frontiers of Turkey in order to coerce the Porte into due obedience, is C. n published in another column, and of its vast im- d p
May 9, 1877 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England