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60s. KEYLBSS WATCH— Novel, Elegant, and Useful. Cornet Perform"f* ° U ,^ teed - Next 'he Corn Exchange. Weat- IOH

60s. KEYLBSS WATCH— Novel, Elegant, and Useful. Cornet Perform"f* ° U ,^ teed - Next 'he Corn Exchange. Weat- IOH

Snu * r ' OmAKTHAIf (near the Newton UNITED METHODIST FREE CHUBCH 'Pfiß Society in Grantham forming part of "T th " t *? ve Connexion, (having 54,000 Members and over CiiapeU) have great plearare in stating that after Two_ Years' Worshipping iu the Upper Boom of the Corn Excbaog
February 23, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
#Bant«v* D at Orantham small H'l'Mg v v but well built Hochi or Cottags, with good Garden.—Apply at the "Journal"

#Bant«v* D at Orantham small H'l'Mg v v but well built Hochi or Cottags, with good Garden.—Apply at the "Journal"

office. HCLAY SON are in immediate want of Apprentice* and Improvers to the Milli - miry and DxtoMuiio High street, Grantham. WANTED Youth as Apprentice to a Blacksmith.—Apply Mr. Francis Hates, Wymondhsm, Oakt.ain. ANTED at Lady-day next, by a res- V married man. aged 35 yean,
February 23, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
ftp Auction. SALES OP FAT STOCK. THE recent Sales Auction of Fat Stock by HENRY ESCRITT, Auctioneer, Market Place, Grantham,

ftp Auction. SALES OP FAT STOCK. THE recent Sales Auction of Fat Stock by HENRY ESCRITT, Auctioneer, Market Place, Grantham,

having proved most satisfactory, invites the attention of Feeders and Owners to this means of disposing of their Cattle, As only a small Commission is charged (which includes expense.- of announcing sales) offer Stock by Auction i« found be the most economical, and at the same t
September 2, 1865 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
W.i tin l it nivessnry to state that, tor the tutnie. announcements Births, and Mam.ag.s with the words "No <•

W.i tin l it nivessnry to state that, tor the tutnie. announcements Births, and Mam.ag.s with the words "No <•

Is" led. will sulipvt > a I o! •»«.. od. each. Tin v must properly uthenticate 1. and the :.m.»i:nt !••• •r.itism.tle.l with the annou*n"»'iiM"nt. in outage stamp, Aunouneeiueiits ot 1 ).* .tils i which " Fr.-'lids are requested to i'ltiiiiatioii, w.ll -libjeci a similar eharsre
September 2, 1865 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
time tables. BOUBN AND EBBENDINE. a«1,23 1 jer, lit» aiiij. tsaimr. mm turn aftr. aftr. aft. aftr 'after Bona* ;«

time tables. BOUBN AND EBBENDINE. a«1,23 1 jer, lit» aiiij. tsaimr. mm turn aftr. aftr. aft. aftr 'after Bona* ;«

2»' K> <> 1255 » 25 35 7 Thiirlby .... „ <t 61 2t.j10 « 436 <1 j 7 Bracvburo'Spa#,, .. .. .. Emkhdimk. err. \1 7<B 1 40« »7[ ESSEN 1)1 NE AND BOUBN. BOWS M*|W|lA» 1 *2,118 morn mum muni alter at'tt-r j aft. after Essb»i>ihe ..dep. 7 181» Braceboro'dpag,, .. .. .. .. .. Tburlby .
September 2, 1865 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE COMMONS, Monday.—The House of Common* re-assembled on Monday after the recess. Some business no great importance having transacted, Ixird Palmer-don. reply to quest ion from Mr. Osl«irne. stated that all the Powers who were |>artics the Treaty of Ijondon, haul accepted the
April 9, 1864 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Number of births and deaths registered in the Grantham district for the quarter ending 31 March. —Births: males, 78, females,

Number of births and deaths registered in the Grantham district for the quarter ending 31 March. —Births: males, 78, females,

59. Total, 144. Deaths: males, 58, females, 59. Total 117. In the corresponding quarter of 1863 the births were 166, and deaths 83. The remains of the late Mrs. Mahon, brought from London on Tuesday last, were deposited in the vault at St. Maiy's on the following day. The coffin
April 9, 1864 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MELTON MOWBRAY AND DISTRICT.

MELTON MOWBRAY AND DISTRICT.

Church Fin Schools.—Within the last few days Her Majesty's Inspector's report has been received by the secretary, respecting the recent examination, which says, " The classes passed a satisfactory examination, the result was creditable to Mr. Kitson." There was no change made in
April 9, 1864 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
1, HIGH STREET, GRANTHAM. LEL an»l WILSON hr<» to thai they are now prepared with a Stock >DS, hates, SOITABLt

1, HIGH STREET, GRANTHAM. LEL an»l WILSON hr<» to thai they are now prepared with a Stock >DS, hates, SOITABLt

FOR CLUBS AND CHARITIES. CALICO frutn 2}d. HOLLANDS j,J. FLANNELS loj.L PRINTS 4J«I. LINSKYS >,1. BLANKETS k ItKD RUGS. Enpacial attention i» raid to h«*ir Stock HOUSKHOI.D LINENS Selected front l>.-t Jt»Lera. T II E M L L INERT, MANTLES. AND DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT will found to
September 29, 1866 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
A. fellow Liverpool has been fined for partly skinning a sheep dire. A man at Halifax, the other day, threw

A. fellow Liverpool has been fined for partly skinning a sheep dire. A man at Halifax, the other day, threw

a lire cat into a furnace, and was fined for the diabolical deed 30s. The Bishop of Columbia, who is present on a risit to Liverpool, was Monday received the Town-hall, by his worship the Mayor, and a number of the local clergy. Sir Henry Havelock (eldest son of the deliverer of
July 2, 1859 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England