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A STORY OF THE FRENCH POLICE.

A STORY OF THE FRENCH POLICE.

A correspondent of the Dublin Freeman't Journal tells the following story—An incident which has just happened to medical man is the talk of all Paris at the present moment. It appears that he had recently attended the beloved child of commissary of police^ M. Y , and saved its l
April 17, 1858 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
PALMER'S READING " 'are "aiii" wld ol to * " ad BEST WICK, High-street, also tieyiine Home Made Wines or

PALMER'S READING " 'are "aiii" wld ol to * " ad BEST WICK, High-street, also tieyiine Home Made Wines or

notioe. the potted. Wedding made order •' Householder*requiring FURNITURE -t*- will find it to their advantage to select from the large Stock of DAVID DIXON, homemanufactured goods have given so much satisfaction during the last yearn and cannot now be surpassed for quality and
April 17, 1858 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

Spittlegate v. Teades- Clcb.—A match was played in Mr. Watson's field, on Monday last, between 11 of the Spittlegate Iron Works, and 11 of the Tradesmen's club. The former being victorious with two wicket* to go down In the evening the Cricketers dined at Mr. Watson's, the Blue
September 21, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
TIME TABLES. GREAT NORTHERN.—B«rr. "*2 18 f< MOO s«| °8" joyjg »- 2 ,0 S 0 o rl I® *SS«SS

TIME TABLES. GREAT NORTHERN.—B«rr. "*2 18 f< MOO s«| °8" joyjg »- 2 ,0 S 0 o rl I® *SS«SS

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September 21, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MACKI BS' Celebrated Edinburgh Biseuits aa aupplied tha Qoeen aad Bojal Family and nobility of Graat Britian aad Ireland. Appointed

MACKI BS' Celebrated Edinburgh Biseuits aa aupplied tha Qoeen aad Bojal Family and nobility of Graat Britian aad Ireland. Appointed

agent for Grantham and district. W. Hall, 40 and 41, High Grantham. ■ .—. » Motlurtl not let Children die from Worms. Jeakiok'i Infallible Worm Cake*," are pleaem: taste, and vnfiultag. Sold PeckeU 9 id. aad 1». l|d. each, peat ia. is. 6d. each, kilting Praparad oaly D. M. Javau
September 21, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
VTICHOLS* Imperial Registered Washing Blm, the best and cheapest that is made, warranted not to settle in the clothes. Manufactured

VTICHOLS* Imperial Registered Washing Blm, the best and cheapest that is made, warranted not to settle in the clothes. Manufactured

George Nichols, H amber* tone- road, Leicester. Wholesale and retail Agents for this District. Briggs and Gambl High-street SHEEP. THE GREATEST BOON erer offered to sheep owners is FRANKLIN and FOSTER'S DRESSING—a speedy and effectual care for that fearful disease, the Foot Rot.
September 21, 1861 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
MARKETS, &c.

MARKETS, &c.

MARK LANE, August With fair supplies of foreign Wheat and Flour hut week the other arrivals were moderate. There wag no corn exwnted Of English Wheat there were 3,900 qrs, of foreign The supplied from Kent and Essex this morning were Terr short, and samples went off steadily at
August 18, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
BIRTHS. Stratford-on-Avon, on the I6tb inst, the wife of Mr. C. H. Howe, the " Herald" Office, of i son.

BIRTHS. Stratford-on-Avon, on the I6tb inst, the wife of Mr. C. H. Howe, the " Herald" Office, of i son.

marriages. At St. John's, Spittlexate, by the Bev. F. Jesson, Thomas, second son of Mr. James Wright, Grant]? Street, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. James Hughes, Manchester, At the Parish Church, Grantham, on the inst, the Rev. J. H. Sundins, Mr. Geo. Trolley, Edith, daughter
August 18, 1860 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
About nine o'clock, Friday night week, It the Southern Iron Ore Mints, West Cumberland, took fire. Fourteen men vera the

About nine o'clock, Friday night week, It the Southern Iron Ore Mints, West Cumberland, took fire. Fourteen men vera the

working* tha 1 time, and were immediately warned of their danger, but they had in their egress to pass the burning engine, au obstacle the utmost danger. Tan men got safely •ut, but the other tour were uAxatod. Bobwick's Pawn The Best Bowel's Baxixa Fowoax. tlx War 14, Bob wick'
July 15, 1899 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England
 
ANCASTER.

ANCASTER.

Camp-meeting.—This annual ovent in connection with tho Primitive Methodist Chapel was held in favourable weather Sunday last. The members met the end the village in the morning, and went in procession through the street, singing, to the Pear Tree Close, which had been kindly plac
July 15, 1899 - Grantham Journal - Grantham, Lincolnshire, England