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-4, 1 M. , MARCH 8, 1866. SCHOOL REGISTERS' HoLusliwoßrit AND HOLLIS, QL KEN &MEM' FRIAR GATZ, MOT Agents for

-4, 1 M. , MARCH 8, 1866. SCHOOL REGISTERS' HoLusliwoßrit AND HOLLIS, QL KEN &MEM' FRIAR GATZ, MOT Agents for

HORNIMAN's PIIRE TEA is EIGHT.PENCE per )b. CHEAPEN., as the DUTY is REDUCED. lennine PACKETS-2 oz. to 1 lb. are signed LONDON, WILI.LA.3I BINNS. K ING STREET SCHOOLS, DERBY. REGISTER of Enrolment k Withdrawal for 2000 Names, strongly half-hound, cloth sides, ss. Register of Att
08 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MIRTH. On the 4th inst., the wire of Mr. Herbert Stanley, painter, of a son—stillborn. PIED, On the 28th ultimo,

MIRTH. On the 4th inst., the wire of Mr. Herbert Stanley, painter, of a son—stillborn. PIED, On the 28th ultimo,

Mr. Francis Evans, of Horn. inglow Street, aged 74 years. On the lst inst., Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, of Borough Road, aged 27 years. On the Ist instant, James Nichols, of Fleet Street, aged 65 years. On the Srd inst., Sampan Lovett, of Duke Street, aged 24 years. On the 4th instant
08 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
GENERAL NEWS.

GENERAL NEWS.

DRATI Ow MR. WILLIAM CRAWBRAT.—On Sunday night Mr. William Crawshay, the well-known ironmaster of Merthyr Tydvil, expired at seat, Caversham Howie, near Reading, at the advanced age of eighty-two years. For a considerable time Mr. Craw. shay and his family have been leading memb
08 August 1867 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THOMAS HORNE, FISHING TACKLE MANUFACTURER, 6 HIGH STREET, INVITES Anglers and Sportsmen to inspect large Stork of London. Nottingham, and

THOMAS HORNE, FISHING TACKLE MANUFACTURER, 6 HIGH STREET, INVITES Anglers and Sportsmen to inspect large Stork of London. Nottingham, and

home-made FISHING TACYLI of every description. RODS, LINKS, runs, and TACKLE of all kind• made to order. ARTIFICIAL BAITS ZriiiI;INOWS, BAITS, Ike.,lte.
22 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
TEETH! TEETH ! BY HER ROYAL LITTERS PATENT. [)AINLESS ADAPTATION OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH, GUMS, AND PALATES, WITHOUT t•I'ItINGS, WIRICS. OR

TEETH! TEETH ! BY HER ROYAL LITTERS PATENT. [)AINLESS ADAPTATION OF ARTIFICIAL TEETH, GUMS, AND PALATES, WITHOUT t•I'ItINGS, WIRICS. OR

PARTRNINGS, ON A SOFT ELASTIC NON-ABSORBINO BAIL (PATRSTED Macs, MR. B. L. MOSELY, BURGEON DT IT 'l' 18 'l', 10 NORFOLK-STREET, SHEFFIELD, AID 30 DERNERS.SURET, OXFORD STREET LONDON. W. ESTABLISHED 1820. Artificial Teeth are made and fitted with the petented advantages of Mr. sy
22 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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22 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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22 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Gout, Rheumatism and Porelyeta

Gout, Rheumatism and Porelyeta

Gout, Rheumatism and Pore in ram a i•-mmlent adopt a drink plan* of ender, talc.. Az of Idea, Pills cilia ant nerving, and rob (Intmant m.).t elcrtnally • the ;init., and la certain. paralytic ;a 'ter.% :bosh! Pills twice he well rshbed into the piralysed • very little time, be g
22 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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22 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
-TIONICLE. -*I CH t‘,- THE BURTOI,

-TIONICLE. -*I CH t‘,- THE BURTOI,

- TIONICLE. CH THE BURTOI, Ihusband keeps a public - house at Dalbury Lees, recollected Prisoners at her house between dinner and tea the They had some drink, and -own. Heard no eonverut of time, n and Haynes Doylies paid to, -That was the ta.„ ffect of •ati at between them.- 'o
22 March 1866 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England