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THE ROYAL TITLES BILL.

THE ROYAL TITLES BILL.

In the House of Commons, replying to a question, Lord John Manners said that after the close of the present year arrangements would be adopted by the Post-office for the conveyance of American mails similar to to those which had been adopted by the United States authorities for
March 25, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
GOLD AND SILVER CUPS,

GOLD AND SILVER CUPS,

GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS, for the celebrated SLEEVE ARM lILREISON'S EUROPEAN SEWING MACHINE, FROM 61 GUINEAS. Guaranteed for seven years. LAMB KNITTING MACHINES. LITTLE RAPID EXIT - LING GENTLEMEN'S BICYCLES. # HARRISON'S BRANCH DEPOT, 50, HORSEMAREET•ST, WARRINGTON. MANAGER :—Ma.
February 12, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
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February 12, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
PERSONAL, LITERARY, & VARIOUS.

PERSONAL, LITERARY, & VARIOUS.

• • It is stated that the story of Lord Ripon's gift of ten thousand pounde to the Pope is without foundation. Thomas Carlyle was present at the funeral of Mr John Forster which toot place on Saturday. Mr. Gladstone will be admitted to the Honorary Freedom of the Turners Company
February 12, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
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February 12, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
NO ADMISSIONS to the OLD Will be granted after date et ibis. 37 souse,. CHAR. WARD. Feb., 1876.

NO ADMISSIONS to the OLD Will be granted after date et ibis. 37 souse,. CHAR. WARD. Feb., 1876.

February 12, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
eIHARLES SIJDLOW, BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER. All kinds of Boots and Shoes made to order on the shortest notice. Ladies'

eIHARLES SIJDLOW, BOOT & SHOE MANUFACTURER. All kinds of Boots and Shoes made to order on the shortest notice. Ladies'

and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes in great variety. Note the address, 24 and 26, Winwiek-street, Warrington. Sole Agent for the "EUROPA " Look-Stitch-Sewing Machines.
February 12, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
RUNCORN &WIDNES EXAMINER OFFICE:— VICTORIA BUILDINGS, CHURCH-ST, RUNCORN. MR. GBEGSON has pleasure in announcing to the public of Runcorn that

RUNCORN &WIDNES EXAMINER OFFICE:— VICTORIA BUILDINGS, CHURCH-ST, RUNCORN. MR. GBEGSON has pleasure in announcing to the public of Runcorn that

he has undertaken the Local Agency for The .Runcorn and Widnes Examiner. Orders for Advertisements and all kinds of Printing and Bookbinding, &c., received. Orders for the Paper, either in single copies or otherwise, will be promptly and punctually attended to.
February 12, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
T. EIEsKETH & SON, DECORATIVE ARTISTS, PAINTERS, &c., 87, BUTTERMARKET STREET. WARRINGTON. 3. Hesketh, late assistant to Francis Smith, Esq.,

T. EIEsKETH & SON, DECORATIVE ARTISTS, PAINTERS, &c., 87, BUTTERMARKET STREET. WARRINGTON. 3. Hesketh, late assistant to Francis Smith, Esq.,

Decorative Artist, London. Coloured Designs prepared in any class of Decorative Art, for Entrance Halls, Dining Rooms, Drawing Rooms, &c., &c. Estimates got out and work executed with all due care by select workmen and at the most moderate charges. T. H. and Son desire those who
February 12, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
TO THE RESIDENTS OF ALTRINCHAM, BOWDON, AND THE VICINITY. 7, Stamford-street, Altrincham, Dec. 10th, 1875. MADAM, —I beg respectfully to

TO THE RESIDENTS OF ALTRINCHAM, BOWDON, AND THE VICINITY. 7, Stamford-street, Altrincham, Dec. 10th, 1875. MADAM, —I beg respectfully to

inform you that I have taken the above mentioned premises and purpose °letting them on Saturday, Dec. 11th, with NOVELTIES in MADE UP LACE and FANCY GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, and LADIES UNDERCLOTHING, when I hope to be favoured with your patronage. My long experience with Messrs.
February 12, 1876 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England