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ed j A "' fast" young gentleman, who indulges in a pipe of 'I ) Orinoco oceamionaily, Asked the following simple question of hY bis purveyor-" Mr. 'I'urbakanist, how do you spell horror- 'al noker, with a naitch or a hoe " We suspect he is a cockney ed helocutiolnist. to AN ARtI
January 21, 1852 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN Z9TBELLIUGENcE. 'or FRANCE. Il' The President of the Reptislic wits insulted by the mob of p1 lathe Faubourg St. Antoine last weeke, while on lis wary to tile ki lie review at Vincennes. On the appearance of his ?? the or -ds crowd drew round it, and it ?? with difficulty
April 10, 1850 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DERBY.

THEATRE ROYAL, DERBY.

On Friday evening last. Miss Kate Saville, alter .h.- of Ave years, returned the stage. Most of the " her early efforts attended welcome her b«J upon her appearance she was greeted with moil ■ ,nti plaudits. The warmth of her reception somewhat n n' M 'j her, notwithstanding whi
August 6, 1851 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SCENES IN THE SPANISH BULL CIRCUS.

SCENES IN THE SPANISH BULL CIRCUS.

Madrid, July 26. Yesterday the Bull Circus of Aranjuez became the theatre of a spectacle worthier of the age of Romans of the Empire than of the nineteenth century. Several wild beasts were introduced successively to fight in the arena. The Queen Mother and her family, together
August 6, 1851 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. OPTICIAN, DERBY.

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. OPTICIAN, DERBY.

August 6, 1851 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ST. ALKMUND'S CHURCH RATE.

ST. ALKMUND'S CHURCH RATE.

«)i» rririay evening last, a meeting was held at the Lancastrian School room, Orchard-street, Derby, on the subject of St. Alkmund's church-rate. The room was well filled; but almost the whole of those present were artisans, and very few even of the middle class attended. The Ke
March 19, 1851 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PRICES RAILWAY SHARES, FUNDS, &c. LONDON, TUESDAY, March 18, 4 o'Cutci. Consols for Account* RAILWAYS. North Western, IJ. Midland, 05$.

PRICES RAILWAY SHARES, FUNDS, &c. LONDON, TUESDAY, March 18, 4 o'Cutci. Consols for Account* RAILWAYS. North Western, IJ. Midland, 05$.

Halves, 124 dit. North Staffordshire, 0 dit. South Ka>tern, 27). Caledonian, I&J Pref., 7. Great Northern, 18$. Western, 91 90. London and Brighton, 9u|. North British, II York and Newcastle, 21 2. Extension, 3 di<. Pref., York and North Midlaud, Pref., 1J dis - Eastern Counties
March 19, 1851 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BIRTHS. At Shardlow Hall, on Monday last, Mrs. Sutton, of son. On the 1 Oth inst., in Eaton-square, the Lady

BIRTHS. At Shardlow Hall, on Monday last, Mrs. Sutton, of son. On the 1 Oth inst., in Eaton-square, the Lady

of Sir George How land Beaumont, Bart, of son and heir. On the Gth inst., at Quorndon, Mrs. Cradock, of a son. MARRIAGES. On the llth instant, Tiasington, in this county, by the Rev. William Alderson. rector of Aston, Yorkshire, John Newton Alleyne, E«q., eldest son Sir Reynold
March 19, 1851 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IAIPERIAL PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS, TuESDSAY, August 3. l' Lorsi MNONTEAGLFJ moved that Charles Gream and Michael t Alex. Gage be called to tile bar, and thle parties having ac cordingly appeared, the noble lord provettdcd to state the factst as thev have already been published
August 21, 1850 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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I v >tilrl tr.. L1 ur A gentleman sent hi black servant to purcihse a fresh r fits. lie went to at stall, amc. takcing uip a1 fish, began to G ire smell it. The fishamonger, tibseretg him, and fearing the `1`6 re bystanders mightcitebthe scent, excVlimed.I"Tlhlo e you black rasc
April 27, 1853 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England