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'CONCENTRAIEDdf.CETABLE ESSENCE

'CONCENTRAIEDdf.CETABLE ESSENCE

When the ner. the Coocrntnat-!1: coo!tpirelem Llantt I. tt Inputs fr,h • New Lease of Life, - tank, glintllnnt..ll:erative. artl.e, and It Irrirat Elty. to spiri.4, hyi.rh.bn produces a ...ft tlClchtful Kate of ft e.inat. trunquilzin, the net,* atsh t as a palliative In thraalc
October 22, 1860 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
11.011 . 00 11 . EXCWIKO SCOLLIRS' MATCH 80a £6O.—A very exciting sillier"' match came off on Tuesday, which fal

11.011 . 00 11 . EXCWIKO SCOLLIRS' MATCH 80a £6O.—A very exciting sillier"' match came off on Tuesday, which fal

deral &ably Ins el erting flora the fact of roc Decompetitors being Jobs, the youngest th Illachianeye who bare rowed at the 'Mama and almost every town the provinces. Jelin lleelsoney hails from tichisoad, and hie oppasat, Joseph Wier, from Kew, tho latter being ten er twelve y
October 22, 1860 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENC

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENC

THE NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY. The first picture acquired by the National Portrait Gallery le the celebrated Shakespeare, known as the Chendos Portrait. It was pre anted by the late Lord Ellesmere, one of the original constituted board of trudge', :ad, as a platens embracing ass
January 11, 1858 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
LATEST FROM ABROAD.

LATEST FROM ABROAD.

THE EAST itAtts:3l.l.Eg, I in , has arrive.% frant Con;tantinople. We have new, to tin• 11. h. Am!rian Int.•rnuucio has presented to the Sultan the Or.l e r St. Stephen. in dimtton.ls• notifies oiliehtlly that she will occupy the Principalities until the Ilitlicalties of 'turkey
September 29, 1856 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
turd nab lOistrirt Van.

turd nab lOistrirt Van.

turd lOistrirt Van. Pereir Srsatosts, Monday.—Before the Rev. H. Cripps, chairwan, the Revs. T. Maurice, and R. A. IMubeny, and F. Cripps end J. P. Haines. Esqrs.)—George 7bersarad, George Thomas, dad Gabriel Whitehead, of Barnsley, labourers, were charged with bring drunk and di
April 13, 1857 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
iguana.

iguana.

The Turin corrcapondent of the Daily News, writes :—Mr. Banda is at present here, and of entree he will have all opportunity of attenuing the chamber while the exciting disvussion on Spezzia is taking place. On account of his peace principles he is not generally popular in Sardi
May 4, 1857 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Janoary at liantenuish Church, Chippenharn, Wilts, by the Rev. A. Headley, Mr. Thomas Pike, yeoman, of Kingtnn St. Michael. Wilts, to Mary Ann Hannah, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Charles Vincent, of fittlksliani, Jai, uary . 9, at Cricklade, Wilts, by the Rev. F. Dyson, John
January 19, 1857 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
TOWN TALK—FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE—EPITOME, &c.

TOWN TALK—FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE—EPITOME, &c.

TOWN TALK 001 ioNDox coaansronnin - r.) Ir is an oil tale, that time brings changes. In the great city in which I write it is exemplified every day. It is not in Rome, or in Niueveh, or in Pompeii, or liereuktneum, that you need stand mobilising on the wonders time has wrought.
January 19, 1857 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Lonbon.

Lonbon.

CRYATAt. PAT.ACE.—The poultry exhihition at the Crystal Palace I attracted a large number of visitors. As a proof of the interest taken ' in poultry the following may be mentioned as among the tulles effected :—A pen of Polish fowls, exhibited by Mr. C. K. Coleridge, ' Eton, .t•
January 19, 1857 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England
 
CIRENCESTER MITSIC * STATIONERY WAREHOUSE.

CIRENCESTER MITSIC * STATIONERY WAREHOUSE.

H. POWELL, MANUFACTURES Organs, Piano-fortes, Harmoniums, and other Musical Instruments upon his own premises, and having had many years' experience, and possessing a general know. ledge of the business, together with being well acquainted with the London trade, the great advant
May 26, 1856 - Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England