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August 3, 1816 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTER CHRONICLE

LEICESTER CHRONICLE

Exchequer could nut invalidate. . He that the Genlleiiiaii was present hear those truths, ami hoped would report Ihciii to his colleagues office. Here rather titan in another place would they find the real sentiments of the people-—[Applause, with disapprobation.] Those were sal
August 3, 1816 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SIX WEEKS AFTER MARRIAGE: A DIVORCE.WANTED.

SIX WEEKS AFTER MARRIAGE: A DIVORCE.WANTED.

SIX WEEKS AFTER MARRIAGE : A DIVORCE WANTED. At Lambeth Police Court, on Tuesday, a middle-aged fashionably-dressed lady, who appeared in a state of nervous excitement, applied to Mr Norton for advice as to how sbe should act respecting her husband, to whom she bad not been marri
August 20, 1859 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ganiQti ®*%rams.

ganiQti ®*%rams.

?? ®*%rams. THE NEW KING OF PORTUGAL. Lisbon, Nov. 15.— The CouncU of State has pro- claimed the Duke of Oporto as King of Portugal, rhe ministry remains unaltered. The funeral ot the lata King wiU take place ou Saturday next. Ihe Infante don Auguste is dangerously ill. The kingd
November 23, 1861 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
lONA AND OTHER HEBRIDEAN ISLANDS

lONA AND OTHER HEBRIDEAN ISLANDS

Mr T. Cook, of the Temperauce Hotel, in tbis towu, hat recvutly published au interesting account ol the means which have beeu token to ameliorate the distressed couditiou o' the ii. habitants ol the Highlands aud Islands of Scotland, on tbe teveral occasions when he has conducte
November 20, 1858 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 

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SYSTON AND MELTON MOW BRA-.

SYSTON AND MELTON MOW BRA-.

WEEKDAYS. SUNDAT. downtrains. 1&2|1i,2j1&2 1,2,;_142 1,2,4, 1,2, Class. Class Class. Class., Class. Class. Clas. Departfrom— ?? a.m.l a.m. ..m. p.m. ?? Leicester , 7*lo . 111*2(1 2*50 7*o b'40 1 ti*t. Syston 7.22 -3 11*32 3*5 I 7 13 B*so] 6*l Rearsby 7*32 3 11*40 3*15 7*2. B*sB|
November 20, 1858 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
COUNTY PUBLIC OFFICE, Saturday.

COUNTY PUBLIC OFFICE, Saturday.

BeloreCol. King (chairman), T. Stokeu. T. T. Paget, H. P. Cole- man, Baqra., and the Rev. H.J. Hoskins. ASSAULTING THB POLICE" AT SVBTON.— Joseph Smith was charged with assaulting P.O. Grooock. at Syston, on tbe 14th ult. It appeared that tbe officer was Bent for to a publio-hou
June 5, 1858 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
AN OLD SCOURGE UNDER A NEW.NAME.

AN OLD SCOURGE UNDER A NEW.NAME.

AN OLD SCOURGE UNDER A NEW NAME. By tho Quarterly Return of tho Registrar-G-nerd, just pnblishe!, we 'earn th-t a di*e*v <\ wbich is not now, but hai bee**> ?? afres'i ?n Pr.» c • has <-on fat.l in t ver»l .-istricti-. 1^ has b n ailed "throw*, -is a. "in ?? of tho rem n*, and fr
June 5, 1858 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE LEICESTER CHRONICLE: prauftaBD ?? SarcanAr. t&TAbUSHED NEARLY FIFTY YEARS. f'riee. I nsumped, 3d . Stamped, 4d. pre-paid. CumuVCix circulates

THE LEICESTER CHRONICLE: prauftaBD ?? SarcanAr. t&TAbUSHED NEARLY FIFTY YEARS. f'riee. I nsumped, 3d . Stamped, 4d. pre-paid. CumuVCix circulates

freely among all parties and in Leicester, and the Market Town* of the County _. popaiauon of Leicester By the Cenaus of 1851 was «^:'— ?? •■ now * boat 70( ??
June 5, 1858 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Lbicbstbb Tbadb.— We ore sorry tbst we cannot re- port much improvement in oar staple trade tbis week, though the

Lbicbstbb Tbadb.— We ore sorry tbst we cannot re- port much improvement in oar staple trade tbis week, though the

fine worm weather to some extent has promoted the sole of cotton goodi. The yarn market is firmer, and more disposition is evinced by tbe hosiers to plaoe orders when it can be done on advantageous term*. Tbere is more doing in wools, and tbe turn of tbe market is ia favour of t
June 5, 1858 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England