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TUN CIRCULATION OF TIM CHRONICLE is MORE THAN TREBLE TEAT OF ALL PAMIRS tx BORrox PUT TOGETHER I
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Recent averap issue, 8,200 weekly.

Recent averap issue, 8,200 weekly.

1k Eaton ekvisidt. T AWAY, MARCH 23. Tux Liberal press of this country has been taxed by the Conservatives with twice turning round in a purely factious spirit and cursing that which they had just previously blessed. The Suez Canal Purchase and the Royal Titles Bill were both we
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
CHURCH AND DDiSENT.

CHURCH AND DDiSENT.

To the EDITOR the BURTON CIIRONI(.I.h. Sir, has, I believe, hitherto been taken for granted that the Wesleyan body as a whole hese not joined issue with the Baptist and Independent denominations in their onsiaught on the Established Church. We have, however, during the present w
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
PRESENTATION TO REV. J. H. FISH. On Tuesday • a very plowing character wee wade to the J. H. Fish,

PRESENTATION TO REV. J. H. FISH. On Tuesday • a very plowing character wee wade to the J. H. Fish,

ricer of St. Pad's Arai. is tbs easelroom. The dwelled et • walnut writing satinet, Weld with sad tulip, with meets fitting,. Tie Moder is up in an elaborate style, and • wed. three drawers, and four hales, while the cowe r when turned down, forms • 'wiling table. At the top of
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
BURTON-ON-TRENT SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION.

BURTON-ON-TRENT SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION.

The annual meeting of this Union was held in the Presbyterian Church, Cross Street, on the 14th inst. Preceding the meeting a large gathering of Sundayschool teachers assembled in the school-room to dile M 4 a well-appointed tea. prepared by Mrs.Camerou. After tea the company ad
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
of cultivation ; and all land enclosed previous to the passing of the Commutation Act in 1836 had to pay

of cultivation ; and all land enclosed previous to the passing of the Commutation Act in 1836 had to pay

tithes. He was not able to say how much land had been enclosed sin , e the time of Edward VI.. but Mr. Miall had good roman to believe that eighteen million acres out of the twenty-four million had been reclaimed. Supposing that the endowments of the Church were all left by piou
March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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March 23, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
gide., A kttchto, &c.

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A kttchto, &c. WIT IN COURT. Courts of *Cos, although in a general way dull 1 and prosy enough to the uuiuterested spectator of their proceedim,s, are, neverthelers, occasionally enliv,ued by smart sayings, ready j.kes, and droll ' 1 tshee of wit betwee judy e and jury, the gentl
December 7, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England