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MnFE.BIIRDKApIS_UNTENC B D TO DEATH. At Lads assizes, on Thursday, Moms Cudworth • dagger, wm indicted kw murdering hie wife oo June 4th. The evidence showed the primer, took his wife and child up a Los towards• neighbouring village, but only he and hie child returned. Cudworth c
04 August 1892 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
parts of the World. DEATH OF WED SHERBROOKE. The death on Wednesday evening of Lord Sherbrooke brought to close the

parts of the World. DEATH OF WED SHERBROOKE. The death on Wednesday evening of Lord Sherbrooke brought to close the

career of a rose in whom intellectual Rita of a very high order were qualified by defect. perhaps chiefly physical. Mr. Kober Lowe, who was the we of an Amber clergymen. the Rev. Robert Lowe, rector of Bing. ham, in Nottinghamshire, was born at Bi c. = December 4th, 1811. He ~ed
04 August 1892 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
.NSLAUGHTER BY AN. OLD MAN.

.NSLAUGHTER BY AN. OLD MAN.

At • labourer, aged seyenty-two, was found guilty a the manslaughter of his wife, but sectors. was deferred. It appeared that in • drunken quarrel, and after much prisoner out the *WM. Saturday Williamson was •
04 August 1892 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
he FM is bin o&wid the ego Is th e had by the y Warden's report, the sew Provost spoke

he FM is bin o&wid the ego Is th e had by the y Warden's report, the sew Provost spoke

of the health M caddie., their overflowing number., and retifloats. wooV epem, the bright proapect at =thug Si h into its new quart,. next WWI. H db e n then reed an vollent repeat the work dour during the year. iu which he mmked upon Divinity on the atroomth while he highly oom
04 August 1892 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WATT Oahe! We way msetioe that ben& capping of Mr. F.U. Whew, of Leicester, to give general The value of

WATT Oahe! We way msetioe that ben& capping of Mr. F.U. Whew, of Leicester, to give general The value of

the was lay up to the smadard. Events : Nov ices Hone (LOCAL). Mar: J S Turner, °merino, 1; 0 Ooleman. Coelvilles 2. Only them two treed out. Turner woo mealy. Tiene, --Wooed W H Merriman, Coal. vibe, 1 ; W E Kemp Melville, 2. Harriman bad t:: race in hand all thew e zy .:_ s i
04 August 1892 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
PURE Y BTOCILEY PARR; as. TAYWORTH BRAWN. kept 103 W 011136.4% Swat.

PURE Y BTOCILEY PARR; as. TAYWORTH BRAWN. kept 103 W 011136.4% Swat.

26 October 1882 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
STANTON.

STANTON.

Flti CRUNCH BAZAAR—This place of worship, though considerably enlarged some years ago, still found inadequate to mret the wants and wishes of the Inhabitants of Stanton, who are in need .1 hetttr accommodation for the young people of the neigloboor• hood in the shape of a vextry
26 October 1882 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
MESSRS. BASS AND COB. CRICKET CLUBS.

MESSRS. BASS AND COB. CRICKET CLUBS.

The annual dinner arranged for the indoor and outdoor clubs ctol with toe firm of Meas.. Base, Retail!, and Gretton (Liinited) took place on Saturday night at the Rising Sun Inn, when about sixty members and friends partook of the excellent repeat prepared for them by Mr. and Mr
26 October 1882 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH,

UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH,

(ON Rev. JNO. G UTTRI DO E (of Manchester) •111 PRNACH at Three p.m. Collection at the in ahl of the Trust Fonda In Evening Mr. Gurrarros pies bia popular LECTURE on "DR. LIVINGSTONE." Chair to be taken at 7 o'clock by N. Eq. Admiseion—Gallery, Is.; Centre of Body, tid ; Sides,
26 October 1882 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England