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P O E I A L-. -—- » . . .. NIGHT. sinks glory. Earth itflj, And through the Bky

P O E I A L-. -—- » . . .. NIGHT. sinks glory. Earth itflj, And through the Bky

there spreads gloom, frem Where, .in yonder east, it looms above the hill, ►Unfolding towards the west, whieh late was fair, ■The kine through darkening pastures slowly plod find fit resting-place, where they may lie, And sleep, and rest,—though but some sheltered Sod, Till the
September 21, 1889 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
SPITTLEGATE PETTY SESSIONS,

SPITTLEGATE PETTY SESSIONS,

Yesterday, (Friday). (Before Sir G. E. Welby-Gregory part, in the chair W. Ostler, Esq. and the Rev. G. E. Welby). SPITTLEGATE.—Harriett Rippin, wife of Thos. Rippin, laborer, Bassingthorpe, was charged with stealing, the 15th November, fifty-two hea eggs value ss. 6d., the prop
November 22, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE ASHANTEE WAR.

THE ASHANTEE WAR.

The speaial correspondent of the Standard with the Ashantee expedition furnishes a lengthy and interesting account of a sudden attack made by Sir Oarnet Wolseley on the Ashantee camp near Elmina. The commander-in-chief admitted only few officers into his confidence, and when the
November 22, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
STARTLING PROPOSAL.

STARTLING PROPOSAL.

For an enterprise as startling in its way that of the Daily Graphic balloon voyage we have again to thank- American originality. A gentleman of New York proposes to warm the Erie Canal in winter keep it from freezing. Nothing need be simpler. Run hot water pipes below the water,
November 22, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN A CHAPEL.

EXTRAORDINARY SCENE IN A CHAPEL.

The Manchester Courier says:—"A most extraordinary scene took place the other evening in a Dissenting Chapel on the outskirts of Preston. It seems that man connected with the iron trade, who had, it was understood, undergone the requisite, "conversion," was announced to hold for
November 22, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO EARL FITZWILLIAM.

SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO EARL FITZWILLIAM.

Earl Fitzwilliam met with a serious accident in the hunting field on Monday. His Lordship has been out hunting with his own pack of hounds very frequently within the last week. On Monday the meet watf at Crookhill. The huntsmen had a splendid run to Maltby Wood, a distance of fo
November 22, 1873 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GREAT FIRE AT HULL.-£1,500 DAMAGE.

GREAT FIRE AT HULL.-£1,500 DAMAGE.

On Sunday morning, about half-past three, » great conflagration broke out in a large mill «t Stepney. Hull, used by, and the property of, Mr. G. B. Newton, cattle food manufacturer, Sk. On the fire discovered, information waa immediately conveyed to the police authorities, who s
May 2, 1863 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Business Unnounrcmcnts. SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS. JACKSOJf begs respectfully to announce that her general Show of Fashions will commence on

Business Unnounrcmcnts. SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS. JACKSOJf begs respectfully to announce that her general Show of Fashions will commence on

Monday the 4th of May, and bo _ continued through season, when evory novelty worthy of notice will introduced in department the business.—Opposite the Angel Inn, 70, STREET. aad Provisions the best. . quality diitct Irom Liverpool London, at established shop, (fiO years) Church>
May 2, 1863 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM POLICE COURT.

GRANTHAM POLICE COURT.

\lo\lt\Y. (Before The Mayor, S. Ridcre, \V. Eaton, l J. W. Jeans, Ksq-..| BKki'.iioim-: Km; on. n,r.!\M Smith win summoned instance Superintendent Rudkin for keeping beerhouse sit prohibited Sumlav, the 12th inst. Tlie prisoner pleaded " guilty." Serjeant Ryder deposed that at 1
September 25, 1869 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
QUAINT EPITAPHS.

QUAINT EPITAPHS.

TN" Ml;i To\- M'l'.V i.IiAY < i'l'a'H VAJ.I) : •• This World's Inn. and I herllue-t, v.- ati l drank, and took my rest h h<-r a while, and now pav li'-r lavish' hill, and wuv."' In Corliy Chitrclivard, 011 the gravestone Wright. who wa- an auctioneer:— " 13' this stone facetious
September 25, 1869 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England