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July 12, 1879 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
ST. SWITHIN.

ST. SWITHIN.

Between a.d. 852 and 862, St. Swithim— or, as he is popularly called, St. Swithin— was Bishop of Winches- ter, and he was regarded, after his death, as the special patron of that aacient city and cathedral, upon which in his lifetime he had conferred great benefits. His remains
July 19, 1879 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
HEAVY PENALTY ON A BLACKBURN.PAWNBROKER.

HEAVY PENALTY ON A BLACKBURN.PAWNBROKER.

HEAVY PENALTY ON A BLACKBURN PAWNBROKER. At the Borough Police Court, on Saturday, before T. Bury (chairman) and B. Wharton, Esqrs., James 'Leigh, pawnbroker, Northgate, was summoned for neglecting to keep a pledge-book contrary to the Pawn- J brokers Act, 1872, on the 12th May l
July 19, 1879 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
MR. FORT'S CANDIDATURE FOR THB.BOROUGH.

MR. FORT'S CANDIDATURE FOR THB.BOROUGH.

MR. FORT'S CANDIDATURE FOR THB BOROUGH. On Saturday afternoon Mr. Fort, of Read, the Liberal candidate for the borough, addressed a meeting of his supporters in the large room of the club. The chair was occupied, on the motion of the Mayor of Clitheroe (J. Carlisle, Esq.), second
July 19, 1879 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
THE YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC IN.MEMPHIS.

THE YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC IN.MEMPHIS.

THE YELLOW FEVER EPIDEMIC IN MEMPHIS. Memphis, Thursday.— One death from yellow -aver occurred here to-day. The exodus of the inhabitant, is increasing, and the merchants are removing their buisiness to other towns. m AN AMERICAN STEAMER ASHORE.— ?? LADIES AND FIVE CHILDREN DROWN
July 19, 1879 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE.

CORRESPONDENCE.

THB LATE PRINCE IMPERIAL. To the Editor of the Blackburn Standard. Sir, — Youthful, filial, marked intensely by amor patria verus, ardently attached to this country as to a friend, cosmic in his aspirations, zealous iv the cause of civilization, and without a subject, he discipl
July 19, 1879 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
CHURCH NEWS.

CHURCH NEWS.

The Rev. A. E. B. Bagot, curate of St. Peter's, Preston, and formerly curate of Aitrincham, Timper- ley, and St. Philip's, Salford, has been appointed by the Bishop to the perpetual curacy of Sit. Mary's, Beswick, in succession to the Bey. T. P. Bountree. Mr. Bagot is a graduate
July 26, 1879 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
THE STANDARD. Saturday, July 26th, 1879.

THE STANDARD. Saturday, July 26th, 1879.

July 26, 1879 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
VOLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT AND.INSPECTION AT CLEvELEYS.

VOLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT AND.INSPECTION AT CLEvELEYS.

VOLUNTEER ENCAMPMENT AND INSPECTION AT CLEvELEYS. ■. The twelfth annual encampment of the Bth Administra- ■ tive Battalion of Lancashire Volunteers, consisting of the , second corps, six Blackburn companies, and two Darwen : companies, and the 02nd corps, two other companies from
July 26, 1879 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE.

WESLEYAN METHODIST CONFERENCE.

IWESLEY&N METHODIST GONFERENCE The one hundred and ?? nol Wo'leym Conference commenced on Taeaday morueig Ut mbat-y.ta DI tahoe o'clock, in tha Ielieagtoro NWeoleyan Chspel, Ri?. rn mnnigbam. Pu~nctually at harlf-pant none the Pttailirc ~Dr. Rigy) took the chair, rnd comlmenced t
July 26, 1879 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England