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LORD ROKEBY AND SIR GEORGE ELLIOTT, M.P.

LORD ROKEBY AND SIR GEORGE ELLIOTT, M.P.

In the case of Lord Rokeby v. Sir George Elliott, which has been before the Chancery Division for several days, Mr Justice Fry delivered judgment last Friday. The question for decision arose under an indenture of the 7th of March, 1775, 89 to the working of mines on the Berm sto
June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN AGREEMENT. SERIOUS CHARGE -AGAINST A FOREIGN OMOE OFFICIAL.

THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN AGREEMENT. SERIOUS CHARGE -AGAINST A FOREIGN OMOE OFFICIAL.

THE ANGLO-RUSSIAN AGREEMENT. SERIOUS CHARGE - AGAINST A FOREIGN OMOE OFFICIAL. Charles Marvin, aged 25, living at Plumstead, writer in the Foreign Office, was charged at Bowstreet on Thursday afternoon with stealing a, document purporting to l?e a communication between the Govern
June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
N FIRE OFFICE, LONDON 1710. • • • HENRY F. SHAW LEFEVRE, Esq., ' Treasiirer. FRANCIS B. KELTON, Ffq., Secretary.

N FIRE OFFICE, LONDON 1710. • • • HENRY F. SHAW LEFEVRE, Esq., ' Treasiirer. FRANCIS B. KELTON, Ffq., Secretary.

Total Insured in 1877, £264,308,817. Clairns paid dining the last ten yelllS, upwards of TWO LIONS -'VEDUNG. All iaormation r specting Fire InAirances may obta'ned from any of u o undermentioned agents a the Society, AGENTS: Stockton ..... . Mr Thomas Appleby Middleabro'on-Tecs.
June 29, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
OUR UNRELIABLE GUIDE TO WALLASEY.-111. – BY KAFOOZELIJM KATOO.

OUR UNRELIABLE GUIDE TO WALLASEY.-111. – BY KAFOOZELIJM KATOO.

OUR UNRELIABLE GUIDE TO WALLASEY.-111. - BY KAFOOZELIJM KATOO. Where the bee sucks there suck I; hidden beauties ivy. HAVING recovered my self-possession, and restored my nervous system to its original equilibrium, after the shock succeeding the before-mentioned " bump " made by
June 29, 1878 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
THE SOCIAL EVIL T SEACOMBE. I

THE SOCIAL EVIL T SEACOMBE. I

TO THE EDITOR OF BIREZEEAD NEWS. As your columns have been the of (by ex.! posing) remedying many abuses throughout district I feel assured that yen will again be Puna. willing.— aye, and able —to lend a helpieri hand in exposing what bids fair, if not at once checked, to become
June 29, 1878 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
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June 29, 1878 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
GABRIBL'S ARTIFICIAL TEETH. A Tooth from 44 ; A Sot from 424.

GABRIBL'S ARTIFICIAL TEETH. A Tooth from 44 ; A Sot from 424.

June 29, 1878 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
THE BIRKEN HEAD BREWERY COMPANY (LIMITED), BREWERS AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, B EG to call attention to their PA

THE BIRKEN HEAD BREWERY COMPANY (LIMITED), BREWERS AND WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, B EG to call attention to their PA

LE. MILD, and STRONG BEERS, which are brewed specially for the use of families, FROM ONE SHILLING PER GALLON. Delivered free by the Company's own Drays, in Casks of 9, 18, and 88 Gallons. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. CHESTER OFFICE : REGISTERED OFFICE: BREWERIES: 114, Bridge-stre
June 29, 1878 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
HENRY MARTIN, LATH = MERCHANT, AND MANUFACTURER, 171 1 PRISM-STRUT, CAD. STRAP BUTTS AND STRAPPING. AGENT FOR THE NORTHERN ASSURANCR

HENRY MARTIN, LATH = MERCHANT, AND MANUFACTURER, 171 1 PRISM-STRUT, CAD. STRAP BUTTS AND STRAPPING. AGENT FOR THE NORTHERN ASSURANCR

COMPANY. PATENTEE OF THE " TRANSVERSE ' OIL CRUSH= IN OR. MILLS PO* SHOT, CARTRIDGES, &a.
June 29, 1878 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England
 
THE FRENGIL MILLINERY HOUSE, 74, ARGYLE. STREET. MRS. COMBER Begs to thank the Ladies of Birkenhead and district for the

THE FRENGIL MILLINERY HOUSE, 74, ARGYLE. STREET. MRS. COMBER Begs to thank the Ladies of Birkenhead and district for the

unprecedently liberal support she has received since opening and to inform them that she has bought an exceedingly cheap lot of CHIPS & STRAWS in the newest shapes. Ladies will find it worth their while to pay a visit, and Mae. Comma will spare no pains to retain their patronage
June 29, 1878 - Birkenhead News - Birkenhead, Cheshire, England