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SHOCKING ASSAULT ON A WOMAN.

SHOCKING ASSAULT ON A WOMAN.

At Bury Police Court, on Thursday, Robert Taylor, bricklayer, was charged with wounding Priscilla Healey. Complainant and defendant lived together as husband and wife. On Monday evening the woman was returning to the house with some eggs for defendant's tea, when he kicked her s
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
0 - , tE FESTIVITIES. -- • Caterers a public amusement in various parts of Staffordshire seem to have made

0 - , tE FESTIVITIES. -- • Caterers a public amusement in various parts of Staffordshire seem to have made

extraneous -efforts to produce for the Whitsuntide holidays entertainment both superior and varied in , their character. Perhaps on no pre, similar occasion have pleasure seekers and makers had such an extensive programme for their ~ o preciation, and it seems to be the general
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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I e had the pleasure the other day of inspecting the slilton Pottery Works. We shall not describe the 1 process of the manufacture of pottery, but will give our readers some particulars of the chief features of these works. In the first place ) it may be said that since they pas
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE MURDER AT PRESCOT.

THE MURDER AT PRESCOT.

The funeral of Margaret Fitzpatrick, alleged to have been murdered by her husband at Prescot, on Saturday night last, took place on Wednesday afternoon, at Prescot Cemetery. Prior to being interred the body was taken into the Catholic chapel, where the Rev. Father Brindle delive
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE BISHOPS AND' THE REVISED VERSION.

THE BISHOPS AND' THE REVISED VERSION.

It is believed in well-infor,ned quarters that at a late meeting of the bishops the subject of the revised version came somewhat fully before them, with the result that certainly no encouragement was given to a departure from the authorised version of the Holy Scriptures in publ
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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11, 1881.

11, 1881.

<police ntelUgcnc -- -1 prirson, ' .ITALE U BOROGH.—SATURDAY. X (Before B. Boothroyd. and 3. T. Pidduck, Esqrs.) ALLEGED WILFUL DAMAGE .—Mary Ann Boulton alias Mary Ann M'Andrew, was charged with doing wilful damage to a chemise, the property of Ann Jones, a girl of 14 years of
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WHY DID THE ENGLISH. WIN WATERLOO?

WHY DID THE ENGLISH. WIN WATERLOO?

Do we owe the victory of Waterloo to the blunder of one of Napoleon's subordinates? Such is the question started in a very interesting article by Mr. J. C. Ropes in the current number of the Atlantic Monthly. he point at issue is whether the Prussians could have been prevented f
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MR. STAVELEY HILL ON POLITICS.

MR. STAVELEY HILL ON POLITICS.

Mr. Staveley Hill, M.P., speaking on Wednesdet night at a Conserve tivo meeting at Wilenhall, that the Government, by the abolition of the Peece Proservation Act, had reduced Ireland_ irons a condition of comparative tranquility to a state which civil war had already begun. Ther
June 11, 1881 - Potteries Examiner - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England