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STAFFORDSHIRE

STAFFORDSHIRE

Mr. Adderley, at a Conservative gathering in North Staffordshire, said : for one, am perfectly ready lend my assistance to uny practical extension of the franchise vYer the leng and breadth of this land, wherever it can independently exercised. lam the last man to say that the w
December 2, 1865 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BREAD. The pricefl in the Metropolis are. for Wheaton Bread, per 41b loaf Houeehold Bread .. . METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.

BREAD. The pricefl in the Metropolis are. for Wheaton Bread, per 41b loaf Houeehold Bread .. . METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.

Our supply of beiusla is means large for the day; trade is, however, very slow, and the late <}U'»tationi are barely realised. The number of sheep is small, but there are very few purchasers in attendance, and very little business is transacted. Choice calves are in demand. Per
December 29, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
EXCHANGES MADE.

EXCHANGES MADE.

Description of Furniture Bought to any Amount and Cleared Immediaielv.
January 27, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
KEWS OF THE WEEK. MURDER OF A POLICEMAN

KEWS OF THE WEEK. MURDER OF A POLICEMAN

MEETING OF MIDDLESEX MAGISTRATES meeting of the Middlesex magistrates took place on Thursday last.. The Coroners of thb County. Communications were received from Dr. Lankes'er, Mr. Bedford, and Mr. J, W. Payne, asking for a revision of their salaries. the motion of Mr. E. \V. Co
January 27, 1866 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE BOAD MUHDBR AND ELIZABETH

THE BOAD MUHDBR AND ELIZABETH

THE MUHDBR AND ELIZABETH GOUOH. Mr J TV. Stapleton, a surgeon Trowbridge, has written the following letter to the Times . In few and touching words Mr. Coleridge to every he- while Constance Kent, convicted ot her own confession, stood penitently in the Sheeny of death. Solemnly,
July 29, 1865 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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July 29, 1865 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
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July 29, 1865 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A EAMBLEE’S JOTTINGS. puloua care, he watched the formation of briga,deF and the preparations for the sham fight. This occupied

A EAMBLEE’S JOTTINGS. puloua care, he watched the formation of briga,deF and the preparations for the sham fight. This occupied

a considerable time, and spectators were becoming impatient until the booming guns of the artillery, at the far distance, announced the fight to have commenced; then the skirmishing parties, scattered all over the common, began a vigorous fusilade. Soon, nearer and nearer came t
July 29, 1865 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Xanbon ano Cou?ur.i Itarhiii,

Xanbon ano Cou?ur.i Itarhiii,

for KrXy. count market unsettle l, o«fUig to tke prevails as to whether Bank of England will raise thw rate of discount at the weekly <ourt to-morrow while, few hills, however good, are taken b«low per cent., \ above the present Bank imnunum. Consols are now (quoted to 90, both f
July 29, 1865 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CLAIMING lIIS BODY.

CLAIMING lIIS BODY.

Theodore’s body was placed at the disposal of his widow, or, perhaps, I ought say his principal widow, for there are at least o Royal ladies, and there is no saying how many semi-Royal, who lay a quasi-con jugal claim to him. The Oriental fashion, it seems, holds good in Abyssin
May 30, 1868 - Chelsea News and General Advertiser - London, London, England