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7116 ORTON A77TDAVITS.

7116 ORTON A77TDAVITS.

ORTON A77TDAVITS. Mr. Wits-Lizv called attention to the affidavits lodged with the Treasury by the relatives of Arthur Ottun, on behalf of the innocent man now in Dart. moor, and, complainiog of the partial conduct of the Houle Secretary in the case, iusisted that he ought either
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
110177 AND THE SLAVE TRADT.

110177 AND THE SLAVE TRADT.

AND THE SLAVE TRADT. Lord Dw in moving a resolution expressing the regret of the House that durin g their recent tranmetiens with the Khedive of Egypt the llovernment had not directed their policy to the suppression of the slave trade, pointed out that their would be no slitibult
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
TUE O\\'STON•FERRI TOMBSTONE CASE.

TUE O\\'STON•FERRI TOMBSTONE CASE.

OF Mg STONE. Senn rafter nine o'clock on Monday morning, in se. cord:thee w ith instructions received funs the Rev. H. Kest, Mr. Barriugharn (mason) inade preparations for Vie err of the stone about which the country has hoard aud read so much iog the past few months. The time o
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BY MR. I. B. LONG.

BY MR. I. B. LONG.

NEW BOROUG H. R. I. B. LONG is instructed by the Represents/Vi tires of the late Mr. George Gould to SELL by AUCTION, the useful Household FURNITURE, consisting in pert of Pier American and other Clocks, Sofa, heiraeated sad Chairs, mahogany and other Tables, Bedsteads, Mattress
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MEASHAM. VOTES FOR SOUTH DERBYSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND

MEASHAM. VOTES FOR SOUTH DERBYSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND

BE OFFERED FOR SALE, by PUBLIC I AUCTION, by Mesmer Day PORI, 4N, and ALLEN. at the "Queen's Head" Inn, in Meashar.., ou the 3rd day of April, 1876, at Six .r Seven o'clock in the Evening precisely, subject conditions of sale to be then produced, and in this following or such ot
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE GRASIMAR SCHOOL

THE GRASIMAR SCHOOL

FEOFFEES of the Burton Charities are I prepared to grant Exhibitions of a year to Blys who have been three, years at the School and are desirous of proceeding to a University. The next days for dhe admission of new boys are Tuesdays, April 11, May 2, and June la. Candidates shou
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Note Ready, Price Sixpence.

Note Ready, Price Sixpence.

THE OLD RIVER COURSES. AND THE RECENT FLOODS OF THE Tit ENT VALLEY AT BURTON-ON•TRENT ; WITH PnurricoLAiu; FRO. FOAM) WORKS FOR THE PRESERVATION OV THE TOWN FROM FUTURE INUNDATIONS. By Wm. MOLYNCIA, F. 0.5., F.R.Hint S., &c., A Burton•oa-Trent : its History, Ps Waters, and its B
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THOMAS WEBB, DECEASED.

THOMAS WEBB, DECEASED.

PUIIBI7ANT to the 22nd and 23rd Victoria, 35, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVER, That all Perrone baviog any claim or demand against the Estate of THOMAS \1 enn. late of Barton-under-Needwood, in the County of Stafford, Physician and Surgeon, (who died on the Bth day of January, 1876, and
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
AFTER DRYDEN.

AFTER DRYDEN.

l IIIREE PENS, for three essential virtues famed. The ' PICKWICK,' and • WAVIBLIGY The tint in flexibility surpasted, (were named. In ease the next, in elegance the last. 'fheini points, united with attractions new, Have yielded other boona,—the • Pii.wrote and • Huivoo.' To be
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BLINDFOLD CHESS-PLAY.

BLINDFOLD CHESS-PLAY.

MR BLACKBURNE, the eminent Blindfold Chow Player, will visit Derby, for the tame, on FRIDAT, March 31st. Without sight of the Boards be will engage TeN strong local Players at one and the same time. Room, DERBY, Maim 31, AT 6 P.M. Admission : 2s. 6d. CASTLE INN, LICHFIELD STREET
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England