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'RGEONS,

'RGEONS,

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01 October 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
LITERARY NOTICES,

LITERARY NOTICES,

The Life Boat.—The journal of the National Life Boat Institution for the last quarter of the year is now published. It contains articles on "Forecasts of the Weather," by Admiral Fitzroy ; "Restoration of the Apparently Drowned," "Our Merchant Seamen," the reports of the society
01 October 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
Our Convict System.

Our Convict System.

No subject has more engaged the attention of our association in all its branches than the treatment of convicts. Last year some alarm was excited by the opposition in high quarters (countenanced by the Home-office) to the introduction into this country of the Irish system; but t
01 October 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
GOLDEN CROSS HOTEL AND MIDLAND RAILWAY OFFICE, BROMSG - ROVE. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Wedding and Euneral Carriages, With

GOLDEN CROSS HOTEL AND MIDLAND RAILWAY OFFICE, BROMSG - ROVE. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Wedding and Euneral Carriages, With

careful Drivers. PROPRIETOR: CIAPLES CLA.P.,KM, Wine and Spirit Merchant.
01 October 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
SAINT PETER'S CHOIR.

SAINT PETER'S CHOIR.

The Vicar and Churchwardens of St. Peter's parish, on Monday last, invited the members of the church choir to their annual supper, and to celebrate the opening of the new organ recently erected in the chancel of St. Peter's Church. The supper, which consisted of old English fare
12 November 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
ALLSOPP'S PALE AND MILD ALES , IN CASK OR BOTTLE, MAY BE OBTAINED FROM WILLIAM BOLDING, WINE 8c SPIRIT MERCHANT,

ALLSOPP'S PALE AND MILD ALES , IN CASK OR BOTTLE, MAY BE OBTAINED FROM WILLIAM BOLDING, WINE 8c SPIRIT MERCHANT,

WORCESTER STREET, BROMSG-ROVE. N.B.—The October Brewings are now on Delivery.
12 November 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
ACCIDENT ON THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.

ACCIDENT ON THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.

An accident of a most alarming nature, though, fortunately, unattended with loss of human life, occurred at the Welwyn Station on the Great Northern Railway on Friday night, this station being about twenty miles from King's-cross, on the main line. It appears that the down north
15 October 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

The late Lady Kindersley, Wife of Vice-Chancellor Sir Richard Torin Kindersley, of Hyde-park-gardens, having died possessed of property in her own right, without having disposed thereof by will, letters of administration were granted by her Majesty's Court of Probate to her husb
15 October 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
"How should I my true love know 4 From another one?" "By hie cockle hat and staff, And his sandal shoon."

"How should I my true love know 4 From another one?" "By hie cockle hat and staff, And his sandal shoon."

The Normans were exceedingly particular as to their shoes—they were a criterion of respectability. Says Boots at the "Swan,"—" First, I looks at his boots." This is to detect a gentleman; the inquiry might have been conducted after the same fashion 800 years ago. Richard Lionhea
15 October 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
COUNTY COURT.

COUNTY COURT.

(Before RuPERT ALFRED KETTLE, Esq., Judge.) This Court was held on Monday last, the 10th inst. The cause list was a very meagre one, scarcely numbering twenty plaints, whilst for interest, if we except the fob lowing cases, it was especially barren : Horse Warranty.—William Davi
15 October 1864 - Bromsgrove & Droitwich Messenger - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England