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THE WE3LEYAN TEA MEETING AT PEAK

THE WE3LEYAN TEA MEETING AT PEAK

THE TEA MEETING PEAK FOREST. To Editor of tho .nrje. Allow through tho of your pnpor,’lo say words rospootin* the odinira Christmas festi ml, what may term annaal tea inertinir hold at Peak Forest, on the ult., in tho Wesleyan Chapel, for bent St of tho Sunday-school. entering th
January 7, 1871 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
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January 7, 1871 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
THE GLOBBOP-DALE CHRONICLE AND NORTH DERBYSHIRE RFPORTER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1870.

THE GLOBBOP-DALE CHRONICLE AND NORTH DERBYSHIRE RFPORTER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1870.

the leaves carelessly, glancing here the face o venerable doctor of divinity, smiling the absurd get up” of a youthful oornet / f dragoon*. Here was Harrison in private clothes, here he again in full uidtorm, in undress, in his mess-j iO.-:et. Confound the fellow, he seemed to e
November 26, 1870 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
TEA PARTY AND BALL.

TEA PARTY AND BALL.

THE public are most respectfully informed, that the ORDER o» DRUIDS of the Glossop dale District, intend to establish a Fund for the benefit of the Widows and connected with the above Order, in support of which a GRAND TEA PARTY AND BALL will take place on Saturday, January 7th,
January 7, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
FASHIONS. MILLINERY AND STRAW BONNET ESTABLISHMENT. CHAPEL-EN-LE FRITH. BRADBURN, Milliner and Straw Bonnet Mater, &0., Capes, Mantles, Jackets, &c., made

FASHIONS. MILLINERY AND STRAW BONNET ESTABLISHMENT. CHAPEL-EN-LE FRITH. BRADBURN, Milliner and Straw Bonnet Mater, &0., Capes, Mantles, Jackets, &c., made

to order the shortest notice. Apprentice wanted to the above business. Mr. Bradburn supplies the “CHRONICLE" in Ohapel-en le-frith, and all the surrounding districts.
January 7, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
DO YOU KEEP A COACHMAN, GROOM, OR PAGE p

DO YOU KEEP A COACHMAN, GROOM, OR PAGE p

YOU KEEP A COACHMAN, GROOM, OR PAGE p KILLORN'S SERVANTS’ LIVERIES, please both master and man. The stock suitable for Servants’ Dress is replete with Double Milled Line and Drab Pilots, Devonshire Kerseys, Drab aud White iiuckskin and Kerseymeres, Stripe Valencias, Jeans, and Sa
June 22, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
POLAND.

POLAND.

It is stated that a courier arrived on Monday Warsaw, the bearer of the imperial decrees granting reforms to Poland. These reforms are said to make satisfactory concessions to the country. Their publication is expected very shortly. The statutes of the future Council of State fo
June 22, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
THORNSETT.

THORNSETT.

Sermons. —Thornsett Sunday School been closed for several weeks during its solargemout, was re-opened Sunday last, when two sermons were preached the Rev. Jonathan Lees, of the Lancashire Independent College. Collections were made after each service, towards liquidating the debt
June 22, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
Also by the aatno Author,

Also by the aatno Author,

Also the Author, WOMAN AND HEII DT9HASES, ft Tr«all«e ikftoriliiny S.nniitoma, Causps, Twatment, with Ca«-j, free h_v on receipt of itampa, coutfttna niaafi of information indiapensahle fur whom it is written. Pft. HBNftT Smitm, », Unrton-erMceut, TaTUtosk-rtiuaie, I<ondon, W. C.
March 9, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
COMMONS, Wednesday,

COMMONS, Wednesday,

Mr. Monckton Milnes’s bill, providing superannuation allowances for the officers of prisons, was thrown out, on the second reading, large majority—the measure being strongly opposed by Mr. Henley and Sir tr. C. the motion for going into Committee on Sir. .T. Trelawny’s bill for
March 9, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England