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pond. prißoaer oonstable was —When I sent wm between jamce Ureu proved the <nto the barbenr. He wee 1 Pilot which towed her in. . _ Sataih Brown, ewom —I the true of lent Brown. knew the prisoner very well indeed. He wee my house Tu^edv!uthetwee the day ttePnieei^ brig seme in. e
November 8, 1872 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
P. L. WIDDICOMBE, Auctioneer, appraiser shipping, commission, and HOUSE AGENT, &c., Dtkk Street, Dartmouth.

P. L. WIDDICOMBE, Auctioneer, appraiser shipping, commission, and HOUSE AGENT, &c., Dtkk Street, Dartmouth.

August 25, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE DARTMOUTH CHRONICLE AND BRDEH

THE DARTMOUTH CHRONICLE AND BRDEH

Summary of Pasßing Events, Th* muter engincm end Gstaeheed have during the put week imported from the Continent one thousand workmen. They new no proepeot of the operatives who bed been in their employment seeking to terminate the disastrous strike by agreeing to reasonable term
August 25, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
THE MEMORIAL STONES

THE MEMORIAL STONES

Will bo Laid the following WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19th, 1874, Three o’clock in the Afternoon, by The Worshipful the Mayor J. M. Pdduicombe, Esq., J. Diogle, Esq. (Torquay), Dr. Gale, (Buokfast Abbey). B. Vibbkt, Eaq. (Newport, I. W.,) Mr. P. Lbscombe, and Mr. W. Gi.dkkivb. ADDRESSES
August 7, 1874 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
25 SOVEREIGNS for YACHTS’ GIGS and BOATS

25 SOVEREIGNS for YACHTS’ GIGS and BOATS

Prizes will also be offered for Boats belonging toH.HR.. Britannia, and tba Training Brigs, A ta will 1m in sttendanoe on tho New Ground. Entriee for Boats most be made, end Entrance Fees paid, to the Secretary of Committee, Mr. Ohas. CnAKF»Bi>, Office, Splthead, on before eveni
August 7, 1874 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
SUNDAYS

SUNDAYS

August 7, 1874 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
MONEY. PRIVATE GENTLEMAN, with sorplm capital, U detirooi of nuking immediate ADVANCES to Gentlemen, Manufaoturon, Farmer*, Tradesmen, and other*, male

MONEY. PRIVATE GENTLEMAN, with sorplm capital, U detirooi of nuking immediate ADVANCES to Gentlemen, Manufaoturon, Farmer*, Tradesmen, and other*, male

or female, requiring the aame, in town or country, in ■am* from £lO to £5OO on note of hand. No law eoete. Term* from £5 per cent, extending from three month* to five jean. Mortgage* negotiated at lea* interaat. Distance no object, a* persons can repay by P. O. O. or cheque. By
August 7, 1874 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
LADIES DAY SCHOOL

LADIES DAY SCHOOL

CONDUCTED BY MRS. HUGHES, PIANO-FORTE, Drawing, Painting, and Fitnscß. 9, Ooombe Terraoe, Saadqnay.* Dartmouth.
April 25, 1873 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
STEAM FROM PLYMOUTH.

STEAM FROM PLYMOUTH.

fTIHE FAVORITE STEAMSHIPS the TEMPERLEY LINE, are for the Season, from LONDON TO QUEBEC, calling PLYMOUTH, tboa affording the Quiokeet and Che.ipeat Route from the West of England. The following Ships will sail from PLYMOUTH, vie DELTA Friday, May 2nd. MEDtTAY Monday, May 12th.
April 25, 1873 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England
 
1873. 1873. DARTMOUTH TO KINQSBRIDOE. Alteration of Soar*, AFOUR-HOESE COACH OB OMNIBPS WILL BUN TIMES WEEKLY between Dartmouth and Kingibridge,

1873. 1873. DARTMOUTH TO KINQSBRIDOE. Alteration of Soar*, AFOUR-HOESE COACH OB OMNIBPS WILL BUN TIMES WEEKLY between Dartmouth and Kingibridge,

commencing on Monday, April 7th, 1873, until fnrthef notice, leaving the tringc Anna Hotel, Klnabridge, at 9-30 a.m., and the Caatle Hotel, Dartmontn, at 5-30 pjn. B. FOALE, J. TUCKER, Proprietor*. J. H. FORD Dated 37th, 1873.
April 25, 1873 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England