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Mr. Ford North, Q.C., of the Inner Temple, has been appointed to the Judgeship vacant in the High Court of

Mr. Ford North, Q.C., of the Inner Temple, has been appointed to the Judgeship vacant in the High Court of

Justice the elevation of Mr. Justice Lindley to the Appeal. • ick x<-' &<»thx&s yon broken your rest by a uiok c'uiiJ With the p:iin cutting tooth ? at a chemist andirot" bottio Hits. Soothing Stbcp. It relieve poor si. immediately. It is perfectly and pie taste, it produce quie
November 5, 1881 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Hunting Appoinments.

Hunting Appoinments.

The DUKE OF RUTLAND'S HOUNDS-at Eleven. Saturday, Nov. 6.. Tuesday .. Rauceby llall Harlaxton Hall Wednesday ....''oadby Mon., 7 ..Scrimshaw's Mill Friday 11 ..Cold Harbour The COTTESMORE HOUNDS—at Eleven. Monday, Nov. 7.. Thursday 10.. Crown Point Holywell Hall Saturday 12.. Tu
November 5, 1881 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
STEWART DAWSON CO.'S PRIZE POEM COMPETITION. S. D. & CO. return t'eir best thanks to all those who have sent

STEWART DAWSON CO.'S PRIZE POEM COMPETITION. S. D. & CO. return t'eir best thanks to all those who have sent

in i. s for the above Competition, many of the pief-es bein:'»f merit. After careful examination them, tin- list was r. duced by to Twenty, which were then submil Competent Literary Authority, a Gentleman of the Press, and who undertook give ufl faithful Criticism them, and the
November 5, 1881 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
0.. GRANTHAM LIBERAL ASSOCIATION" FRIDAY, Nov. 18th, JOSEPH Esq.. of Sta!eybrid«e. will deliver ADDRESS at the Westgate Hall: Free Trade

0.. GRANTHAM LIBERAL ASSOCIATION" FRIDAY, Nov. 18th, JOSEPH Esq.. of Sta!eybrid«e. will deliver ADDRESS at the Westgate Hall: Free Trade

the only Fair j Trade.' To commence at Eight o'clock. r MISSIONS TO SEAMEs" V PUBLIC MEETING v>ll !>e in the Westgate Rooms, Grantham, Kridav Evening, November 25th, 1881, at 7.30 pm. The the BISHOP NOT'I will preside. The Hon. ' M E. G. Finch-Hatton, apt Dawson, RN, the Rev R.
November 5, 1881 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Oakham December Fair for beast, sheep, and horses, pigs, &c., will be held on Monday next, the 16th inst. The

Oakham December Fair for beast, sheep, and horses, pigs, &c., will be held on Monday next, the 16th inst. The

authorised list of fairs for 1879 is now published, and may had at the principal inns, or of F. J. Barlow, printer, High-street. Smithfield Club Cattle Show. —We have much pleasure in noting that Mr. Benjamin Painter, of Burley-onthe-Hill, has this year met with his usual marked
December 14, 1878 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE BANK FAILURE AT ROCHDALE.

THE BANK FAILURE AT ROCHDALE.

An easier feeling has prevailed in Rochdale since the partners Messrs. Fenton's Bank filed a petition in which the liabilities were put down at £010,3()0. Upwards of fourteen hundred notices have been issued by the court to creditors. The first list alone, comprising the names o
December 14, 1878 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
UPPINGHAM.

UPPINGHAM.

Choral Society.—The Uppingham Choral Society commenced practice again Thursday, under the conductorship of P. David, Esq. Policr. —Bnfore A. J. Flndyer, Esq., on the Srdinst., George Welbov.rne, carpenter, of Lincoln, was charged by P.c. Henfrey with being drunk Adderley-street,
February 11, 1888 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Lady Marian Alford.

Lady Marian Alford.

regret to announce the death of Lady Marian Alford, mother of Earl Brownlow, which took place at his Lordship's seat at Ashridge on Wednesday evening, after a few days' illness. Lady Marian had only recently arrived at from Castle Ashby. Although unwell, nothing serious was appr
February 11, 1888 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
STALLION SHOW AT NOTTINGHAM.

STALLION SHOW AT NOTTINGHAM.

STALLION SHOW NOTTINGHAM. The largMt and most important show of thoroughbred sires ever got together in England opened in the new Cattle Market, at Nottingham, on Thursday morning. The Royal Agricultural Society laßt year instituted a show of thoroughbred stallions in connection
February 11, 1888 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
WIFE MURDER NEAR STOURBRIDGE.

WIFE MURDER NEAR STOURBRIDGE.

George Pearsall, nailer, of Old Swiuford. near 70, wu Arretted on Monday, the ebarge of murdering his wife, Harriett Pearsall, a vomti two years younger than himself. They bad lived together for nearly sixty years. They bad numerous family, who had grown up around them, and thei
February 11, 1888 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England