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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1856. At the Parish Church, Grantham, the 16th inst., (by the Rev. B. Street,) Mr. John Davey,

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1856. At the Parish Church, Grantham, the 16th inst., (by the Rev. B. Street,) Mr. John Davey,

sawyer, to Mary Kilrpy, both of Grantham, 9th, the Independent Chapel, Grantham,. Mr. Wm. Wing, to Maria Wright, both of W.oolsthorpe. q. . on the 14th inst., suddenly, Mrs. Mary Sidney, aged 62 years. At Grantham, on the 14th inst., Elisabeth, daughter of Mary Ann Cathir, aged
September 22, 1855 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Accounts from Naples state that England and France have communicated the terms on which they will resume diplomatic intercourse with

Accounts from Naples state that England and France have communicated the terms on which they will resume diplomatic intercourse with

Naples. A change of Ministry seems to be among them, a point which the King of Naples is said to bo willing to concede. Algeria.—Mysterious rumours are again afloat concerning stifled revolt in the French army of Africa. Military authorities are veiy close upon the subject, but
September 18, 1858 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
INAUGURATION OF THE HEWTON STATUE

INAUGURATION OF THE HEWTON STATUE

INAUGURATION OF THE STATUE The complete success of this auspicious event is looked forward to by all parties with considerable interest. The hope is, that the weather may prove propitious, and that no untoward event may mar the pleasure of a day peculiarly interesting to the peop
September 18, 1858 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
PASSING EVENTS.

PASSING EVENTS.

have again retry little to report. In the political world there ia nothing stirring but irtigwiiftn. a* the Irishman said, and the prevailing topics of day are the Comet, the Confessional, and the Chapter of Accidents. The Treaty with China has at last arrived, so all the world
September 18, 1858 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BOROUGH POLICE.

BOROUGH POLICE.

Monday, Sept. 12, 1858. Before the Mayor (J. L. Ottler, Etq.J, IV. Eaton, and J. F. Burbidge, Etqt. Mr. J. Gibson, chemist, was charged or> the information of Sergt. Holt with selling a cigar on the evening of Sunday the sth. Mr. Gibson acknowledged selling the cigar, but stated
September 18, 1858 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

YESTERDAY'S MARKETS.

London.—Wheat trade sa'iie Monday list, wit!' a fair supply. ether corn but little alteration. l.l\ >1.. A fair attendance of buyers, moderate trade for Wheat at late prices. Indian corn firm, and Beans the same. Derby.—A slow trade for Wheat at last Friday prices. Good Barley l
October 8, 1859 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
QLattian. GRANTHAM. PURE BRED ALDERNEY, AND GUERNSEY HEIFERS FOR WINTER DAIRYING. POTT & XEALE BEGS to announce to the Nobility,

QLattian. GRANTHAM. PURE BRED ALDERNEY, AND GUERNSEY HEIFERS FOR WINTER DAIRYING. POTT & XEALE BEGS to announce to the Nobility,

Clergy, aud Gentry of Grantham aud neighbourhood, that they are agaiu instructed by Mr. FOWLER, Senu., to Sell by Auction, Saturday, Oct. 15th, ISSD, at 12 o'clock precisely, the Blue Lion Inn, Grantham, Beautiful down Calving Aldehney and Guernsey Heifers, selected by Mr. Fowle
October 8, 1859 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
INDIA RUBBER GOLOSHES, J?OR wet weather, to prevent colds; being quite impervious to wet, and improvement on the American Overshoes,

INDIA RUBBER GOLOSHES, J?OR wet weather, to prevent colds; being quite impervious to wet, and improvement on the American Overshoes,

which are being so much sold. The India Rubber Goloshes are stouter in the soles, look smarter, and are better in all respects, and at prices that will effect a speedy sale. Ladies', 3«. 9d. Gents.', ss. Children's, 3s. At VV. BRICE'S, No. 1, North Parade. Beware of inferior qua
November 24, 1855 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Anecdotes and Incidents of the War.

Anecdotes and Incidents of the War.

Monster Shell.—A monster shell, 9ft sin. in circumference and 36in. in diameter, and one of a number which the Lowmoor Iron Company are under contract supply to Government is at present lying under the Clarence Dock sheds, Liverpool, waiting for transmission to the Duke of Devon
January 5, 1856 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GENERAL CODRINGTON'S DESPATCHES. (From Tuesday's Gazette.) WAR DEPARTMENT, Dec. 31, 1855. Lord Panmure has received a despatch and its enclosure,

GENERAL CODRINGTON'S DESPATCHES. (From Tuesday's Gazette.) WAR DEPARTMENT, Dec. 31, 1855. Lord Panmure has received a despatch and its enclosure,

of which the following are copies, addressed to his Lordship by General Sir William Codrington, K.C.B. :— SEBASTOPOL, Dec. 16, 1855. My Lord, —In forwarding to your Lordship the weekly report from Dr. Hall, the principal medical officer, to the 10th inst., it is gratifying to me
January 5, 1856 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England