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General Debility.—lll Health.

General Debility.—lll Health.

Many the despotic Governments have opened tht-ir .Custom Houses to the introduction of these Pills, that they may become the mecicine of the masses* Learned Colleges admit that this medicine is the best .remedy ever known lor persons of delicate health, or where the system has b
February 18, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
THE RATAL STATES.

THE RATAL STATES.

ROME, Feb. 10. In proclamation General Goyon expresses tiie hope that the carnival will pass without any disturbance. relies on the intelligence the inhabitant- 1 . Political outcries will be prohibited, and riotous assemblages will be dispersed. The Papal government has arreste
February 18, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
HOLLIN G W OKTH

HOLLIN G W OKTH

HOLLIN G PfttSKNTATIOJi.— Sunday the sth instant, the first cla*B of young men attending the (JtiUich School, dolling worth, presented a very neat and handsome Church Service, to their teacher Mr. John Walker, Dinting Terrace, as a token of respect for his untiring zeal and atten
February 18, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
OFFICE,

OFFICE,

February 11, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
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February 11, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
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February 11, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
KAYF.'S AVORSPKT.T.’S PILLS,

KAYF.'S AVORSPKT.T.’S PILLS,

T)FTKN'T amp ASTOFNPTNG eff.ctwi n ffie, f n.™ Pill. - ‘Sin w, i" i„. of M-omle’-fii! onro otTocted liv m ■ of K.«« W,;1,t,.-1 . nil, Fltenlotb of ho. tor voflrs horn ffo.ino. nn.l rc.i.lorod nn. •» n';r;r L* nmoo hnov n, for tholvwfit ~f otllo.^uffonnpV^.l«.ly E.n of T7n>l, Woo
January 28, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
COMPSTaLL.

COMPSTaLL.

Tea Pauties. Saturday last, a tea took \ place Sh. Paul’s Church school-room, when 140 of the scholars sat down to, and partook of, an excellent tea, provided by the committee. After doing ample justice to above, the scholars amused themselves with recitations and mirthful games
January 28, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
VENICE.

VENICE.

The animosity of the Italians to the Austrians has reached such pitch in Venice that thing* cannot possibly long remain as they now are. The Venetians almost openly bid deliance to the au horities, who appear to be completely paralysed.” The principal churches are almost empty,
January 28, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
THE GLOSSOP-DALE CHRONICLE.

THE GLOSSOP-DALE CHRONICLE.

an intention to enter the sacred edifices. The Venetians, who appear to be indifferent to the possible consequences of their refractoriness, publicly declare that they wil never cease to endeavour to shake off the Austrian yoke, which hateful to them that they are willing to mak
January 28, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England