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Local Topics.

ITIOPI glop, *lp. , THE DERBY CHORAL UNION have decided to corn- mence their concert to-night (Tuesday) with a perform- ance of the Dead March, in " Saul," as a mark of respect to the memory of the Earl of BRACONSFIELD. The 1 "score" has'been got speoially for a full band, and, a
April 27, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

,.o0qtrg. i A FALSE STEP. If you should outer whero we sisters sit Beside tho fire welit twviligltqs shatldsnaisc, And Julge ns simply by your mortal eyes You Could [lot see we diftered. Not oeo whit, Are my eyes sadder for the manly tears, Is mny cheek Worn by nil t1h0 drealds a
April 27, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DRESS AND FASHION IN PARIS.

DRESS AND FASHION IN PARIS.

DRESS AND FASMTON IN PARIS, (From 2,y-a's Jonrialr.) There is no reason to complain of want of toleration in the matter of the toilette this season, for although not entirely freed from all rules,-ladies still find scope for the exercise of their own taste and individuality in th
April 27, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
District News.

District News.

,PTtq'ft Ttivs. a ' SHARDLOW. Sd seramons were preached in Shardlow Church on S unday Aug. 28, by the ,Uv. H. Fuller, of Nottingham, in aid of the funds of the Church Missionary Society. The sum collected was 6i. 1as. 8d. a MAkPPE RLEY. The chapel anniversary of the Wesleyans in
September 7, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TEMPERANCE HALL, DERBY. FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Sept. 9th and 10th, at a Quarter-past Eight each Evening. MR. W. IRVING BISHOP, I'HE distinguished Thought Reader and Exposer of " Spirit Mediums," will give his EXTRAORDINARY LIGHT SEANCE, Consisting of startling Exemplfications of TH
September 7, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE NEXT POLITICAL BUSINESS.

THE NEXT POLITICAL BUSINESS.

Having disposed of the Irish Land Bill, and sent that wretched changeling forth upon its " message of peace" to an unappreciative people, Mr. GLAD- STONE is presumably engaged in working upon the business which it is announced will occupy the House of Commons during the next Sas
September 7, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE BRIMINGTON MURDER.

THE BRIMINGTON MURDER.

THE BRIMINGTON MURDEIR. I THE ADJOURNED INQUEST. The inquest on the body of the murdered child, Eleanor Windle, was to have been resumed at the Red Lion Inn, Brimington, on Friday morning, but owing to the threats openly made by the populace against the life of the accused, Alfre
August 31, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Correspondence.

Correspondence.

<{o resalwiltlr e. I SADDLE THE RIGHT HORSE. TO THE EDITOR O0 THE DERBY MElI3CUP.Y. Sir-Is not the saddle put on the wrong horse in the present outcry against the sale of the effects of Messrs. Green and Dale ? The English Church Union, which was formed six years before the Churc
August 31, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HERBREWS AND AFGHANS.

HERBREWS AND AFGHANS.

REBRUWS ANT AFGHIANS. I No one ever suspected the late Duke of We']ingto= of writing hymns; yet his father was celebrated for the composition of psalm tunes, and " Lord Morning- ton's Chaunt" is famous to this day. In like manner no one familiar only with the exploits and adventu
August 31, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE BRIMINGTON MURDER.

THE BRIMINGTON MURDER.

TILE] BRIMTINGTON MURDER. ?? MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. Mr. F. Swvanlvick, on Monday, sat from eleven o'clock in the morning till five o'clock in the evening, hearing the evidence brought against the prisoner Gough, and decided to comm;it him to the Derby Assizes to tiske his trial for
August 31, 1881 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England