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REGULAR ATTENDANCE IN QRANTHAM EVERY OTHER IUESDAY. NEXT VISIT—JANUARY 22nd, )861. NEW ERA IN DENTAL SURGERY. MESSRS. GABRIEL, THE OLD-ESTABLISHED

REGULAR ATTENDANCE IN QRANTHAM EVERY OTHER IUESDAY. NEXT VISIT—JANUARY 22nd, )861. NEW ERA IN DENTAL SURGERY. MESSRS. GABRIEL, THE OLD-ESTABLISHED

DENTISTS, Of London, Liverpool, and Birmingham, HAVE the honour to announce that, owing increase of practice, continue to be consulted u alo*e, where their patented Improvements and every speciality connected with the profession may teen. Messrs. GABRIEL continue, a* they have h
January 26, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
There are now staying Belvoir Castle His Grace the Duke of Rutland, Mr. and Lady Elizabeth Drummond, Miss Victoria Stuart

There are now staying Belvoir Castle His Grace the Duke of Rutland, Mr. and Lady Elizabeth Drummond, Miss Victoria Stuart

Wortley, Rev. and Lady A. Norman, the Earl and Countess of Scarborough, Mr. G. Druramond, Mr. W. A. Pochiu, Mr. and Mrs. Abney, Mr. and Mrs. Gulson, Mr. and Mrs. Farnham, Rev. P. Mules, and Mr. H. C. Bingham. We are this week called upon to record the death of the Rev. John Oifl
March 3, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRANTHAM PUBLIC LITERARY INSTITUTION.

GRANTHAM PUBLIC LITERARY INSTITUTION.

The twelfth Annual Meeting pf tl»o members of this institution was held in the targe room of the Exchange Hall, Wednesday evening, when the attendance was rather limited. Mr. G. H. Cooper occupied the chair, and called upon the secretary, Mr. Joseph Rogers, to read the Report, w
March 3, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
SLEAFORD AND DISTRICT.

SLEAFORD AND DISTRICT.

Local Boako op Healtu. The members this Board who go out of office by rotation this mouth, but eligible for re-election, are M. P. Moore, Esq., C. W. Holdicli, Esq., and J. Warwick, Esq. A vacancy is also caused by the death of the late Mr. Snow that there arc four gentlemen to
March 3, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
gflhtntgr TRADESMAN, having about three days a week his disposal, would be glad meet with an engagement TRAVELLER or BOOKKEEPER,

gflhtntgr TRADESMAN, having about three days a week his disposal, would be glad meet with an engagement TRAVELLER or BOOKKEEPER,

Sic., in a respectable Address, letter, X. Y. Z., Journal Office, Grantu . n. AGENT WANTED. WANTED by Dundee House an Agent for the Sale of Sacks, Sacking, Canvass, Hepians, Yarns, Turnes, 4c. To a suitable party, and those who have a connection with Millers, this will prove a g
March 3, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BIRTHS. At Newark, in Mitigate, on the lith ult., the wife of Mr. W. Faulkner, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. the

BIRTHS. At Newark, in Mitigate, on the lith ult., the wife of Mr. W. Faulkner, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. the

London Mission Church, Madras, India, oil the 7th of January, by the Bev. Q. Hall, iu the presence of a large company of missionaries, the Rev. Jones, late of Kouierhaiu College, Sheffield, to G. Wilson, eldest daughter Mr. J. Wilson, drapei, of Grantham. the Independent Chapel,
March 3, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
News from Foreign Lands.

News from Foreign Lands.

French Adulterations.— The Tribunal of Correctional Police in Paris, tried last week a wine-mer.-limit named l'ero, on the charge of selling to Mdlle. a very inferior mixture of Joigny and Narbonne wine as Bordeaux. In his defence Perot pleaded that it was impossible sell good B
July 19, 1856 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
The Bradford Observer states that Smith, the executioner of William Palmer, is to be " exhibited" at the forthcoming Leeds

The Bradford Observer states that Smith, the executioner of William Palmer, is to be " exhibited" at the forthcoming Leeds

fair. To the Editor of the Grantham Journal. Bonn July, 11th, 1856. Sir, have seen several copies leiters lately in the columns your Journal, from Clerics, M.P.'s, and ethers, addressed to the itevd. J. Hildyard, a pamphlet bv whom the abbreviation of the Sunday services I read
July 19, 1856 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
ACCIDENTAL DEATH INSURANCE COMPANY, for Granting Insurances against Death and Personal Injury arising from accident or Violence of every Description;

ACCIDENTAL DEATH INSURANCE COMPANY, for Granting Insurances against Death and Personal Injury arising from accident or Violence of every Description;

established in J849. List of Claims Allowed the Company During the Month of May, 1856. Policy. District. Occupation. Amount 16,818 Cranbrook Brewer's Clerk.. 112 6 20.400 Bristol Pastrycook .... 4 0 6 Dewsbury .... .... 4 10 19,282 Taunton Hotelkeeper.... 12 12 0 16,825 Ditto Ye
July 19, 1856 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
Failure of the Cider Croi\—lu Gloucestershire, ahundbiil, of which the following a copv being widely circulated; Failure of the apple

Failure of the Cider Croi\—lu Gloucestershire, ahundbiil, of which the following a copv being widely circulated; Failure of the apple

crop no cider to drink! Labourer*, learn to do without it • ask for the value of liquor in money. Let the bad svstem ot giving drink for labour broken up, and vou will not regret the failure the apple crop."
October 18, 1856 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England