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In support of one of one of the claims to the Peerage now before Committee for Privileges, the mother of

In support of one of one of the claims to the Peerage now before Committee for Privileges, the mother of

the young claimant was on Tuesday Crossexamined as to her alleged marriage with Lord Huntingtower Scotland. lietters apprrently inconsistent with her statements were read. One of them, she stated, was written ''in pleasantry," another in "a mischievous spirit," General Harrison
January 26, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HEATRE ROYAL, HANLEY. Lessee Mr. Jas. H. Elphinstone. Acting 'Manager Mr. AS. G. Elphinstone. The Sixth Week, and Unabited Success

HEATRE ROYAL, HANLEY. Lessee Mr. Jas. H. Elphinstone. Acting 'Manager Mr. AS. G. Elphinstone. The Sixth Week, and Unabited Success

of "ROBINfON CRUSOE!" Friday Evening, Ffbruary will be set aside for the ANNUAL BENEFIT OF ' MR. JAS. H. HINSTON E, which occasion the Performance wdl be under the dis"hguished pitronage and in the presence of His Worship the MOoR ot HANLEY (John Bromley, Esq.) THOMAS Esq., ex-M
February 2, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE COUNTY TEA WAREHOUSE, NEWCASTLE. JJ L . DIXON Begs to call attention the following SPECIALTIES, , which ho offering

THE COUNTY TEA WAREHOUSE, NEWCASTLE. JJ L . DIXON Begs to call attention the following SPECIALTIES, , which ho offering

at GRA REDUCED PRICKS. OAKEY'S KNIFE BOARDS. OAKEY'S WELLINGTON KNIFE POLISH NEEDHAM'S BRA S PASTE. HARRIES HARNESS COMPOS. EMERY CLOTH AND GLASS PAPER FURNITURE POLISH. HOUSEMAIDS' GLOVES. CHAMOIS LEATHERS. BATH AND TOILET SPONGES. BRUSHES EVERY DESCRIPTION. JEWEL AND PLATE CLO
February 2, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
UNSAFE SHIPS.

UNSAFE SHIPS.

that J** Trade ublißhed tbis shGWS fir st twen *y-six ships ordered to be detained during the the present year, twenty-five were found, on > be unsafe.
August 17, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
HANLEY COUNTY COURT.—This Day.

HANLEY COUNTY COURT.—This Day.

HANLEY COUNTY COURT. —This Day. (Before H. Holroyd, Esq., Judge.) POVER o. Hancock.—ln this case the plaintiff, Thomas Pover landlord of the Queen's Hotel, Cobridge, summoned Edward Hancock, late a banker's clerk, to show cause why he should not pay 13s. lid., for which judgment
August 17, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

Under the head of liquidations by arrangement Tuesday night's Gazette the following names appear :— , James A. Deane, Leek, no occupation; and Robert Plant, Cheadle Park, Cheadle, colliery proprietor. Fashionable Marriage.—The marriage of Mr. W. Lewthwaite, of Broadgate, Cumberl
August 17, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MR. BRADLAUGH'S PRESENT POSITION.

MR. BRADLAUGH'S PRESENT POSITION.

In a letter to the Pall Mall Gazette, " Lawyer" says : Mr. Bradlaugh and, still more, the town of Northampton have suffered gross ill-usage at the hands of the House of Commons ; hut if anything could put an unjust and fanatical majority the right, Mr. Bradlaugh's recent conduit
August 17, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BUY YOUR GROCERIES and PROVISIONS FROM THE READY-MONEY SHOP, THE BOROUGH GROCERY AND PROVISION WAREHOUSE, LIVERPOOL-ROAD, STOKEON-TRENT. HERBERT B. WALTERS,

BUY YOUR GROCERIES and PROVISIONS FROM THE READY-MONEY SHOP, THE BOROUGH GROCERY AND PROVISION WAREHOUSE, LIVERPOOL-ROAD, STOKEON-TRENT. HERBERT B. WALTERS,

Proprietor. Also at his Branch Shop, HOWARD-PLACE, SHELTON. SPECIAL VALUE TEAS, at ls. Sd. and 2s. per lb. VALUE FOR MONEY. QUININE AND IRON TONIC. 8-ounce Bottles (16 doses) for Is. Od. 16-ounce Bottles (32 doses) for ls. 9d. Equal to the most expensive. UNIVERSAL SALINE. 6-oun
August 17, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Mr. Herhart <it_vr*iM'iTK Mr. Glu<lstone,. M.l'., <mi tnwtins *i L*v4»«r tho the upvnuv u mow Libera club. Mr. For-.U-rlkvi bum

Mr. Herhart <it_vr*iM'iTK Mr. Glu<lstone,. M.l'., <mi tnwtins *i L*v4»«r tho the upvnuv u mow Libera club. Mr. For-.U-rlkvi bum

hi. holiday* "in ».-« (jut flic pi-wer. • which the iri«fa i- In-i-ii axis inopbriy t<nuirol'e<i ami rtr H-inrr to KiittrouNfi'.M. | remarked Hh» w.iuki by Mb*ral jmMv, bat bu would Ik> fllimd wit&Mt grief Liliar*!* w..«iM tilll umIoIiIo w-> ha Afidtud. but /.L present thi'v sui
April 25, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WORCESTER RACES.

WORCESTER RACES.

COVENTRY iSTAKES. de Cceur colt Wdene Robert ... 3 Four ran. LADIES' PLATE. 1 {facie Cross Knight 3 Seven ran. SELLING HUNTERS' PLATE. Five ran. t ADDITIONAL ARRIVALS, Claretto filly, Mediation, Princess Bladud
July 8, 1881 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England