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DERBYSHIRE

DERBYSHIRE

BY MR. GEORGE MARFDEN. IN EDALE, THE PARISH OF CASTLE. ON. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. GEORGE MAR3DEN, (by order of the' Trustee* for Sale under the will of the late lievd. Henry Clarke), at the KING’S ARMS HOTEL, CHAPEL-EN-LE-FKITH. Thr -sday, the 18th day of November, 18G9,
November 6, 1869 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
HAYFIELD. WILLIAM HUDSON, and Genoral Nuws Agent, Mayfield.—Agent for the Qlosjoj.-DaU Chronicle and North Derbjahire Heparter.—Letter*, AdvertiHonien'is, other information for

HAYFIELD. WILLIAM HUDSON, and Genoral Nuws Agent, Mayfield.—Agent for the Qlosjoj.-DaU Chronicle and North Derbjahire Heparter.—Letter*, AdvertiHonien'is, other information for

insertion in the Chronicle, will be received and duly forwarded Mr. Hudson. Accident.—On Friday evening, tha 29th ult., as the six o’clock train whs nearing the station, a man named Henry Vernon tried that foobsh practice of getting oat while the train was in motion, and in doin
November 6, 1869 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
-nDWARD AUCTIONEER AND VALT'ER, lIADFTELD. Wholesale dealer in Windsor and other chairs. The trade supplied.

-nDWARD AUCTIONEER AND VALT'ER, lIADFTELD. Wholesale dealer in Windsor and other chairs. The trade supplied.

February 2, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
HEALTH, HAPPINESS, fi: LONG LIFE I)'

HEALTH, HAPPINESS, fi: LONG LIFE I)'

late - . iJucUii' N.,-. Cures arc tl - -iu . u o'£»c 11. BUCHAN'S \i:ciirviiu; id llirir «-tIJ A S/«isa» 11,51.1 . v><,. “li Sirrrt, Wesiuiiasicr, the most celebrated Mtjar ru*enij<. plc»»a»t <le!i»atp fKiii s!** ( -' eliiid. like s-.ijar plu r:-.s veon Biiooa.
February 2, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
out tlie Humours , ~p Ih.ml.r.- I'll 4 "rt-aiw. • ■ tile sick, weak and ervbodv. I'*. li‘l. t, '3s.

out tlie Humours , ~p Ih.ml.r.- I'll 4 "rt-aiw. • ■ tile sick, weak and ervbodv. I'*. li‘l. t, '3s.

*2(1.; Us., l-y boat mi. buciian’s l Uil'-s, .V <.f. post. Is. M.; Dll. KI'CIIAN’S ew Lease Life, c, active, ami i , ,is the l>oily ami It ami W.'iiuliUul •he r> - ii the heart, • sole natural tff BUCHAWS MEDICIWES,** I . -r .'T!< • Valnab!*! iwc to Jif* for Wart-I MotiuTE- L mt
February 2, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
TOPICS THE DAY. THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. Parliament meets on Tuesday next, and rumour is busy in arranging the programme

TOPICS THE DAY. THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. Parliament meets on Tuesday next, and rumour is busy in arranging the programme

of the coming session. Mr. Edwin James and other members of the same school who have recently addressed their constituents, have expressed their utter inability to understand how Government can face the House of Commons and the country without promise of a Reform Hill. The Globe
February 2, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
UNITED STATES.

UNITED STATES.

The steamer Bremen, which sailed from Xew York on the 19th ult. has arrived. She brings $21,151 in specie for England. The Bremen ship Globus was burnt at sea the 12th ult. but the crew' and passengers were saved. The Georgia .State Convention, on the 17th of January, adopted a
February 2, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
ITALY.

ITALY.

The moderate party can count upon more than three-fourths of the votes in the New Parliament, and there is, therefore, no question of a modihcation of the Ministry. In the case of the double returns, the second balloting is to take place on Sunday next. Less than half the electo
February 2, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
GI.OtsSOP BOARD OF GUARDIANS,

GI.OtsSOP BOARD OF GUARDIANS,

GI.OtsSOP BOARD GUARDIANS, The nbovo I>oapel buhl their usual fortuiglitly mootin" in the Board-room the Workhouse, last Thursday afternoon. : W. J. Hii'irinltiii !oil], C. Fiolihiiy, S. Pickfimi, flml J. Bi’ockliOimst. Mr. Shkpi.ey Chairman The tninntca l:tst and confirmed. The
February 2, 1861 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England
 
CORN MARKETS.

CORN MARKETS.

REVIEW OF THE CORN TRADE. (From the Mark Lane Express.) The past week haa done little towards the ripening of the corn being mostly humid, with occasional heavy showers. Tulaveia wheat has been exhibited small parcels for a week past, and appears ot fair quality, though damp. Bu
August 25, 1860 - Glossop-dale Chronicle and North Derbyshire Reporter - Glossop, Derbyshire, England