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June 13, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
lIIIRT3R TO LEICESTER t LONDON. warwsars.

lIIIRT3R TO LEICESTER t LONDON. warwsars.

TO LEICESTER t LONDON. .1 Up. •0 o v 1.1 1-1 *0 11 14 10 11 111 0111142 11111 44 I 112 1140 MI 140 7 - 1-4 I-2 pa.pm.pm 44 264 SI 212.110 76 4101014, LONDON • LZIOUTTO TO RUSTON. Govfie4 s.m pa. 90 i• 915 SU en En 930 lOW 14 'tsp. 141 1.3 1.4 14 6.m.ip m. p m.'s.m. L. London 11 .
May 23, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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June 13, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
DAIRY MAID. WA NVID —a Sitseam Dairy Maid, to manage from 16 to Cowa. Satisfactory referenres. Address, stating wages— Manna

DAIRY MAID. WA NVID —a Sitseam Dairy Maid, to manage from 16 to Cowa. Satisfactory referenres. Address, stating wages— Manna

Co:, CAroside rton -Trent. WANTED immediately—a steady and respectable I Man, to take charge of a email Dairy of Cows and to deliver Milk round the town. Wages, 15s. per week. Apply at the Office of this Paper• A PPRENTICES Wanted to the STRAW BONNET MAKING, CLEANING & DYEING at
May 23, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
when she asked him as to his master, whe, he told her he had gone out. He saw her again

when she asked him as to his master, whe, he told her he had gone out. He saw her again

on the Monday, when she asked him if his master had come down, and he told her he did not know. She told him to tell hire to come. Mrs. was suckling the Lambs on the tinnday evening he was there. Mr. Turner was then called, and said that from the evidence he had heard, he had no
May 23, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
POETRY. LOVE IN A COURT. You may laugh as you like, old fellow, And think it the rarest of sport,

POETRY. LOVE IN A COURT. You may laugh as you like, old fellow, And think it the rarest of sport,

But there's never a lass to my thinking Like Bessie that lives in oar court. 06, I know that she is not a beauty A, far as the face may go, And I know that she is not so handsome A, many , that you might show. Bo• the thought of her Sod is a blessing Th.tt fills me by night and
May 23, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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May 23, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS F. J. GANE, FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, GAS FIIIER, TIN, ZINC & IRON PLATE WORKER, DIMS to

LAMPS LAMPS LAMPS F. J. GANE, FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, GAS FIIIER, TIN, ZINC & IRON PLATE WORKER, DIMS to

call attention to his large and well Stock of PARAFFIN LAMPS, Just selected for the season from the best makers, which for price and quality will be found unequalled ; ALSO NEW SPONGE LAMP, without chimney,—burns for ten hours at the cost of OM farthing SUPERIOR PETROLEUM, PARAF
December 12, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE BURTON CHRONICLE.

THE BURTON CHRONICLE.

December 12, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

December 12, 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England