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GLOUCESTER ASSIZE.

GLOUCESTER ASSIZE.

ald NISI PEIUS COURT-SATUlDAY. 3rc he (Biore ?? Pigott.) l1. BRAiaBURN ?? STEPI5.5S. .ed Th i ase, whichwasbeganonFriday, wascouded. The dy plaintiff is an artificial manulre manufacturer at *Volver- "te hampton, ant defendant carries oni business at Bristol, he under the style
August 21, 1869 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GRAND LIBERAL FETE AT BERKELEY.

GRAND LIBERAL FETE AT BERKELEY.

GRAND LIBERALt FETE AT BERKETL'',Y. PI'ESEL'1'AT1fN TO LORD FITZHARDINGE. OiTue' ayd~ afeo on al extensive scale, organised hv the mnemlcreof the Chi-Iteuhne tieform Clhb-aklindredi itiU tion to our own Liberal Operatives' Association-took place at Bericelev, and proved to hc a m
August 21, 1869 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CLEVEDON.

CLEVEDON.

CIAVEDON. NARROW ESCAPE.-Onl Wednesday afternoon two quarry. tt men, named Lock and Beaks, In the employ of Uir. John Middle, mn had a very narrow oecapie. it appears that at about eleven VI o'clock In the forenoon they bad put in a charge of powder for VI blasting Purposes Into
August 10, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL IMPORTS.

BRISTOL IMPORTS.

*BPJTQL" TMPOTS& [room MONDAY'S "PRESNscTMENT."] In tbe Coraitldr, ?? and Bartram, 20 baas 04 qr eke and 100 cases brandy; J. B . Phillips and Co., 10 qr eke 840 oases brandy;1 C. B. and E1. Ludlow. 6 puns 10 blade 160 eases brantly; 1*.I and El, Wills. 5 blade 20 qr eke 28 eases
August 10, 1867 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

oG, °f en description executed twlthtieatfess & desaptoh at- HE!RIBTOIMEkOURY oJICE.85, BROAD-STREET. 0 WHOLESALE BUYERS f oCIGARS. MI~RR8QEEBtll FRENCH, CLAY. and ?? S. CIGAl8 CASESB, aud every article in Tobacco- Sudries. ISAAC SOLOMOI, IMPORTEB' AD FACTOR} 88, nGH.STREET,near
August 13, 1859 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MISSIONARY LABOURS IN WESTERN AFRICA.

MISSIONARY LABOURS IN WESTERN AFRICA.

IMISSIONARY LABOURS IN WESTIRN AFRICA. On Tuesday night a meeting was held at the Counterelip chapel to receive two missionary teachers who had returned to rEngland, theone from Africa the other from Ceylon. Only One of the gentlemen, however, Mr. Baker, from Africa, was present,
November 24, 1855 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FIRE AT THORNBURY-HOUSE.—On Saturday night, Thoraburyhou.se, the resilience of Kenworthy Brown, ISaq , narrowly , escaped being destroyed by tire.

FIRE AT THORNBURY-HOUSE.—On Saturday night, Thoraburyhou.se, the resilience of Kenworthy Brown, ISaq , narrowly , escaped being destroyed by tire.

It appear* that ou Miss Brown retiring to rent she inadvertently placed her chamber candle in the window, and the blinds over immediately caught fir-:. Miss Brown called for assistance, and succeeded in <;uickiy bringing her mother and several servant* to her help. Mr. Kenwoituy
August 6, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL IMPORTS.

BRISTOL IMPORTS.

(Teom Monday's " Presentment -| In the A nrora, from Quhlmc- F. K. B irnes and Sons 40 pes oak timber pea wany board pine timber, floated pine deals floated pine deal ends, 677" bright pine deals bright pine deal end*, pipe 12 W.I. btaves ' In tbe Sol ma, from V. K. Barnes and S
August 6, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Morrel de Perceval, Pahaerston-buildings, London, merchant, Aug. 16, London. William Bellamy, Buckingham-street, Birmingham, electroplater, Aug. 9, Birmingham. Edwin Banks Hodges, Union-street, Bristol, broker, Aug. 4, BristoL George Richards, Waterloo-road, West-street, Bristol
August 6, 1870 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A FREE LIBRARY FOR BRISTOL.

A FREE LIBRARY FOR BRISTOL.

ii FREE LIBRARY FOR BRISTOL. ALTHOUQH correspondents of our owna have not let this 2 subject sleep, we regret that no public manifestation has yet been m ade regarding it. The Corporation has already the nucleus of a free library at its command, and the sense of' the citizens mig
November 6, 1852 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England