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MR. GLADSTONE'S ALLEGED TUEKISU TORTURE Mr. Gladstone ham addressed the following letter to the Doily :—" In your paper of

MR. GLADSTONE'S ALLEGED TUEKISU TORTURE Mr. Gladstone ham addressed the following letter to the Doily :—" In your paper of

September 16th there was published a letter of mine, in which it was stated that Salim, the person appointed by the Porte to inquire into the Bulgarian ()lenges, had, 'as we now learned,' put to the torture three Bulgarian wit. nesses who would not give ;mil evidence he desired.
December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
SIIKOTWT; • .T rtrr , Win BY MR. DICKINSON SMITHFIELD 3TOCK SALK% BIIRTON-ON ALIENATION or DAY, IN CONSEQUENCE that. t°

SIIKOTWT; • .T rtrr , Win BY MR. DICKINSON SMITHFIELD 3TOCK SALK% BIIRTON-ON ALIENATION or DAY, IN CONSEQUENCE that. t°

the CHRISTMAS DAY HATIMIISO ON TIN MONDAY. in trade, they have just purchased scow DICKINSON'S next Sale will be bald legs of Goods, which they are now enabled 11l December 26, 187& Emna__ 20 Fat and Store BEASTS, to offer at 50 Fat and Store SHEEP, ONZ HALT THEIR ORIGINAL PRICE
December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
SALE THIS EVENING.

SALE THIS EVENING.

BURTON LITERARY OF NEWSPAPERS & PERIODICALS. BE SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. DICKINSON, on THURSDAY, December 21st, 1876, in the News Room, 143 High Street, the NEWSPAPERS and PERIODICALS for the half-year di enng June 30th, 1877. Sale at 8 o'clock in the Evening. DERBY STREET, BURTO
December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN

THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN

CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S CARDS. CGOODMAN is now offering for insp ection a particularly fine and choice collection of these Geo:la. including the best designs from the most eminent makers. Also a very large assortment of BOOKS, ANNUALS, ALMANACS, latest Novelties in Gams, includ
December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
♦ WILIITIN W AMA Ml"' W!TU LACE WATCK.

♦ WILIITIN W AMA Ml"' W!TU LACE WATCK.

♦ W AMA W!TU LACE WATCK. Elir.—AL D. Draw by P. 0.0. b
December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
' OUR CHRISTMAS BUDGET. Fos all our steadfast readers—largely augmented in numbers and strength since our last annual greeting, we

' OUR CHRISTMAS BUDGET. Fos all our steadfast readers—largely augmented in numbers and strength since our last annual greeting, we

once more wish • CHRIITYAD. Our salutation may appear • little premature, but did we leave it until our nest impression we should be rather more than a "day behind the fair," a characteristic which, public journalists, we do not wish or intend to acquire. From "fresh fields and
December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
TWO YOUNG HEROES.

TWO YOUNG HEROES.

Wane Kentucky was an infant 'kite, and before the lashed civilization had trodden her giant foreste, there upon the branch of the cen River an old by the name of Jobs Slater. lfia hut was upon the southern bank of the stream, and, save • patch of son.e dozen acres that had been
December 21, 1876 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England