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(To ROSE GREEN COTTAGE, GLOSSOP. TO LET. The HOUSE and SCHOOL lately occupied Miss Little’*, deceased. To a LADY desirous of obtaining a school the present offers good opportunity. The PUPILS of the lato Miss Littler, having commenced their present Quarter of Education would prob
May 26, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
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May 26, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
STATISTICAL ABaTKACT.

STATISTICAL ABaTKACT.

Every year there is prepared the Board of Trade, and lai I before Parliament, a series of tables, chiefly relating to finance anti trade, entitled The Statistical Abstract for the Kingdom; - it has just been issued, completed to the end LC'jO. Extending as it does over Id ye::rs
May 26, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
FROM THn LONDON GA/'KTTE.

FROM THn LONDON GA/'KTTE.

BANKRUPTS.—Fkiday May- 18. R. W. Sextoh, Norwich, builder. T. CoatkB, Bridge-road, Lain lift Unen.umpCr. If, H.vuvey, Hat ton-garden, Holboru, lamp _l. oke, Porb-ca, Uampsliire, confeotioncr, I'T. WARitEy. Sh'.rcditoii, haberilur’ier. G. Smith, \V ittlescy, Cambridgeshire, ironm
May 26, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
FURNESS

FURNESS

Mushrooms. —A« Mr. Samuel Bower*, of Fume**, wa§ walking throguh his land on Sunday morning the 20th inst, he discovered eleven mushrooms the largest of which was found to measure nine inches iound. This is very remarkable in this part of the country, and so early a period of th
May 26, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
MARK E T S

MARK E T S

MARK E T FRIDAY’S COHN MARKETS. London Corn .1/aWe/.—Trade is very slow for all articles, at barely Monday’s prices. Liverpool Coni i/drief—Business is generally quiet, and prices in most instances unaltered. fFakefield Corn Market.—There was fair supply of grain. YVlieat was fir
May 26, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
WOODLEY

WOODLEY

Seumons.—On Sunday last tha annual sermons were prsac'aod in the Primitive list Ohap-d, Wood ey, whan colle ions were ma le for the schools amounting upwards ol td.
September 3, 1870 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
ItAYFIELD,

ItAYFIELD,

LUivK G.VRSIDK, to inform the inhabit intH of tyfi sl.l i its Vi'-.n.ty, that lie has taken the promises formerly :a;n I t.iO late A. Massey, where he intends to carry tiio Hooksellinj and Stationery Business, and ho;>«a strict attrition siHJare a share of public patronage. Agen
September 3, 1870 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
ZION CHAPEL, DINTING, „ N SUNDAA’, FEBRUARY 17th, lH<il, TWO SKHMON3 will la- preached the above- Chapel, Morning and Afternoon,

ZION CHAPEL, DINTING, „ N SUNDAA’, FEBRUARY 17th, lH<il, TWO SKHMON3 will la- preached the above- Chapel, Morning and Afternoon,

by the bey J. O N, OF ASHTON; In the Evening, A SERMON will lie preached in the INDEPENDENT CHAPEL, Litu.kmooh, Ocossor, the BEY. WILLIAM COOKE, OF LONDON, Editor of the Methodist New Connexion Magazines, and \utlior of TTieiotes," or, argument the existence, perfeetions, and ji
February 16, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
THE QUEEN AND COURT.

THE QUEEN AND COURT.

It is expected that Her Majesty and the Court will leave fur Osborne after the levees announced have taken place, and return to Buckingham Palace early in March. Her Majesty’s first drawing-room this season will bejheld in JSt. James’s Palace, on the 21st of March. Her Majesty h
February 16, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England