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HER MAJESTY'S JOURNEY TO SCOTLAND

HER MAJESTY'S JOURNEY TO SCOTLAND

On Friday the Royal travellers halted for the day nt Edinburgh. In the morning, the Queen and her family drove through Priuce's Street and the Lothian Road, by Heriot's Hospital, down the Canongate, and past the Palace into the Queen's Park. Thence they made a circuit of Arthur'
September 5, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
Printed and Published by John Taylor, at his Print uig Office, High Street, Colchester, Essex; the Residence of the said

Printed and Published by John Taylor, at his Print uig Office, High Street, Colchester, Essex; the Residence of the said

John Taylor being on St. Mary's Terrace Lex- den Koad, Colchester aforesaid. Friday, September 26, 1856.
September 26, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
"RELIGIOUS AND SECULAR INSTRUCTION,.TPIORPE-LESOKEN."

"RELIGIOUS AND SECULAR INSTRUCTION,.TPIORPE-LESOKEN."

"RELIGIOUS AND SECULAR INSTRUCTION, TPIORPE-LESOKEN." To the Editor of the Essex Standard. Sin,— l have just had my attention drawn to a letter signed l\?r ' In the last hn P ressiou but one of the Essex and West bufolk Gazette, headed as above. It is especially unfortunate for t
October 15, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THE CRYSTAL PALACE FRAUDS

THE CRYSTAL PALACE FRAUDS

APPREHENSION OF ROBSON. The active exertions of Mr. Lund, the superintendent of the P division of police, who was especially engaged in the inves- tigation and pursuit, aided by the electric telegraph, have led to the apprehension of William James Robson. It appears that Robson,
October 15, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
WITHAM

WITHAM

WITH AM PETTY SESSION - Ocr 21 Before the Key Sir John Page Wood, Bart., chairman; W. W. Luard, Charles Dv Cane, Ilenry Bullock, aud A R. Gooday Esqrs. Licenses.— The license of the Waggon and Horses Inn. Witham, which has been for gome time shut up was granted to William ?? lic
October 29, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
LONDON MARKETS

LONDON MARKETS

MARK LANE, FRIDAY, Oct 24 The arrival of Foreign Wheat and Oats this weU i. ?ood, of all other Grain ami Flour moderate Th * Te b««, market was thinly attended, and the prices" of ?? and Foreign Wheat remain unaltered from Mondavk 8 l! >» a limited business was transarted. Barle
October 29, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
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li A t V ' ?? mmd in 3 fair Person is a fine picture in a good A miser is but a human version of the turnspit that toiled every day to roast meat for other persons' eating. Hasty ebullitions are often best met by silence, for the s home that follows the sober second thought pier
September 24, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
COLCHESTER.

COLCHESTER.

FSSFX AND COLCHESTER HOSPITAL -Dkc. 18 npa__ _»_ ?? Discharged 3 I Remain o3 In-Patients admitted.. J D sc MTgeo c a»r__a£a P ?? ?? Local Union ?? _*"■_*'« ?? ___*«d «» Colchester 27 ?? 8 ?? - - -g- Lexden _ Winstree 4 ?? 3 ••• ?? "' O oj. Tendring 18 .. 4 ?? 211 - 5* Dunmow 22
December 19, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
PROTESTANT ALLIANCE MONTHLY LETTER

PROTESTANT ALLIANCE MONTHLY LETTER

(Extracts from the December issue.) 153. The great benefit to be derived from a continuation of the system [of the Protestant Alliance prizes] for encourag- ing young men engaged in business to study the controversy with Rome, has induced the Committee unanimously to recom- mend
December 19, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
HARWICH

HARWICH

SERIOUS AFFRAY OF OKRMAN SOLDIKKS On Monday afternoon between _00 and 300 discharge"! soldiers of the British German Legion arrived at Harwkn from Colchester Camp for transmission to (Mend on tbeir return to Germany. The Vivid steam vessel, chartered tor their conveyance, was ly
November 21, 1856 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England