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FURS! FURS! 0. & W. DOUGLAS t CO. Are note showing a very large Stock of MUFFS, COLLARETTES, &c., in

FURS! FURS! 0. & W. DOUGLAS t CO. Are note showing a very large Stock of MUFFS, COLLARETTES, &c., in

Sable, Ermine, Miniver, Seal, Grebe, Kolimky, Chinchella, Monkey, Otter, Skunk, Lynx, Musquash, &c. FUR TRIMMINGS in great variety. HIGH STREET, TON-01Y-TRZN2'. FAMILY AND COMPLIMENTARY MOURNING. G. d. W. DOUGLAS CO. Have always in stock a large and clioice selection of Black Mo
December 7, 1871 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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December 7, 1871 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
SHAWLS, SKIRTS, OVER-SKIRTS, COSTUMES, FURS, &e.

SHAWLS, SKIRTS, OVER-SKIRTS, COSTUMES, FURS, &e.

♦ LABOK ♦BBOITYIIT OF LADIES' UNDER-CLOTHING, CRINOLINES, CORSETS, INFANTS' UMBRELLAS, &c. MILLINERY,
December 7, 1871 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
I FRANCIS HALLAM

I FRANCIS HALLAM

Begs to informing his Customers and the Public that he has just received A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF BULBS. Hyacinths—Red, White, Blue, &c.—Double & Tulips—Fine mixed early—Double k Single. Crocus—Blue, White. Striped, Yellow, &e. Snowdrops—Double and Single. New superior FARII, !SAR
December 7, 1871 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
R OYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S REPORT ON MR. WINTERTON'S FARM AT ALREWAS HAYS. (Continued from Norember 16.) " Beasts.—The cattle upon

R OYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S REPORT ON MR. WINTERTON'S FARM AT ALREWAS HAYS. (Continued from Norember 16.) " Beasts.—The cattle upon

the farm are all purchattel those for summer grazing are bought in Feb- - : ry, and occasionally in March; and for winter feedin4 August and September. From 100 to 190 b ea k ~od bred cows and heifers, are annually fed a. tat, rs are moat approved, and, if possible, obts , n.A.
December 7, 1871 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 

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, . o I' F width of the building is 33 ft., which affords sufficient room behind. There are • good barn and a root hones, in which the pulping, grinding, and chopping are done by a fixed steam engine of 4-horse power. A yard is situated on the south side of the feeding shed, wit
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December 7, 1871 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE BURTON CHRONICLE

THE BURTON CHRONICLE

LORD DUNDONALD. (From the Daily News.) A paragraph of two or three lines now palming through the papers recalls to memory a strange and stirring career, a story of wonderful adventure and daring, a life which only closed a few years ago, and which already seems to belong to anot
December 7, 1871 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England