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and pledgee itself to use every pos- Bible legitimate effort to secure the return of John ' Gordon M`Minnies as the member of Parliament for this borough at the next election." A Liberal meeting was held at Preston on Tuesday when Mr. Bahr, of Liverpool, was introduced as , the
November 22, 1879 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
GOD BLESS OUR NEW M.P.

GOD BLESS OUR NEW M.P.

The following original composition by a working man was last week by the Tees Side Choral Union to the well-known air of "God Bless the Prince of Wales:"— In Bongs of joy and gladness, Our voices rise with glee, To celebrate the victory Of Cleveland's new M.P. Long may his life
July 27, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
PRICKLY COMFREY, an enormously productive Forage Plant, producing from 80 to 120 tons per acre. Roots packed for any climate.

PRICKLY COMFREY, an enormously productive Forage Plant, producing from 80 to 120 tons per acre. Roots packed for any climate.

Special quotations to the trade. C • R. FREEMAN, ECONOMIC SEEDSMAN, NORWICH.
July 27, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
NOVELTY. 'ENGLISH CLOCKS (In Ormolu, far superior to Foreign), DESIGNED BY ENGLISH ARTISTS, Manufactured on the premises, and to be

NOVELTY. 'ENGLISH CLOCKS (In Ormolu, far superior to Foreign), DESIGNED BY ENGLISH ARTISTS, Manufactured on the premises, and to be

OBTAINED ONLY AT BENSON'S ESTABLISHMENTS. They comprise designs by English Artists in the Doric, lonic, Corinthian, Gothic, Medbeval, Renaissance, and Italian styles, decorated with Wedgewood and other Wares. Clock Cases made to harmonise with the architecture of mansions, count
July 27, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
THE LONGTON BRANCH OP' ENGINEILEN.

THE LONGTON BRANCH OP' ENGINEILEN.

A special meeting of the above branch was held on Tneeetay evening last to hear an addresa from Mr. Rhodes on the rise, progress, present position, future prospects, and necessity of the association. Mr. Evans was called to the chair, and in a few brief but telling remarks opene
January 2, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
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January 2, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
RERBACIOUS STOMACH

RERBACIOUS STOMACH

p ILLS. THESE Pills are perfectly free from all mineral and mercurial preparations, gamboge, croton oil, or any of the poisonous drugs which are co commonly used in the preparation of pills. The Herbacions Stomach Pills coutaiu the extracts of some of the clionsset digestive, au
January 2, 1874 - Forest of Dean Examiner - Blakeney, Gloucestershire, England
 
GUISBOROUGH.

GUISBOROUGH.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.—The parsonage-house, the residence of the Rev. F. H. Morgan, incumbent, was destroyed by fire in the night of Tuesday last. The clergyman and his family were away, having been residing at Pinchingthorpe for some time while the parsonage was undergoing repair an
May 15, 1868 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
At 15. 1868:

At 15. 1868:

MIIIIMMI•MM REVIEW OF TRE CORN TRADE. (Front the Mark-lane Express.) I INTERESTING TO LADIES.--At this season tif the year, the important process of bleaching and dressing Laces and Linens for Spring and Summer wear commences, we should therefore particularly call the attention
May 15, 1868 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE OF REMOVAL OF BUSINESS. Martin and Pearson, I N leaving their old Business P rem i ses ,

IMPORTANT NOTICE OF REMOVAL OF BUSINESS. Martin and Pearson, I N leaving their old Business P rem i ses ,

2, Bi s h op - s t reet, w h ere t h ey h ave carr i e d on a successful Business for sixteen years, take this opportunity of returning their sincere thanks to their numerous friends and the public generally for past favours, hoping that the same liberal patronage accorded to th
May 15, 1868 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England