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FRATRICIDE AT NEWCASTLE.

FRATRICIDE AT NEWCASTLE.

This town was on the 11th thrown into a state of al excitement in consequence of a man John Beery having canoed the almost instantsamen death of kis brother, George Scott Burry, by slabbing him with a knife. The two brothers lived at Bt. Anthony's, a small village on the eastern
22 May 1862 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WILEMAN & WIGLEY, JOINERS & BUILDERS, HORNINGLOW ST., BURTON-ON-TRENT. W& W. takes the present opportunity of • returning thanks to

WILEMAN & WIGLEY, JOINERS & BUILDERS, HORNINGLOW ST., BURTON-ON-TRENT. W& W. takes the present opportunity of • returning thanks to

their and the public for the Hemel support they have received during the time they have been in business, and also wish to inform them that they am prepared to supply OAK POSTS, LINE POSTS, OAK SCANTLING, on reasonable terms and at the shortest possible notice. W. I W. hope by s
22 May 1862 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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28 July 1864 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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28 July 1864 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
WEEK.

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GARDENIA: OPERATIONS FOR TILE Apheleris ' Plnselaig hones, &e., now going out of bloom, ti be cut hick freely awl put ins sleety place, where sprinkle their tops frequently, end keep their roots rather dry till they break, when to be repottel. In repotting, use the compost rough
28 July 1864 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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28 July 1864 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
THE OLD ESTABLISHED CARPET, FURNITURE, & BEDDING WAREHOUSE • 52 k 53, STATION STIIEET,:BURTON-UPON-TRENT. PROPP.,IMI'OR--1-IEI\TIRrr GIMS01•1". (LATE COE, LATE ROWLAND.)

THE OLD ESTABLISHED CARPET, FURNITURE, & BEDDING WAREHOUSE • 52 k 53, STATION STIIEET,:BURTON-UPON-TRENT. PROPP.,IMI'OR--1-IEI\TIRrr GIMS01•1". (LATE COE, LATE ROWLAND.)

.L.l. GIMSON, in returning thanks to the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, and Inhabitanta of Burton • and its vidnity generally, for the liberal patronage accorded him during the time he has been in business at the above Meabliahment, begs to inform them that his business will be condu
28 July 1864 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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BTWALL

Werirdsc.—A pretty lane wedding Pink place M At. Mary's Church, Little Cox.. between George Harold TOOO. of P4r. Toxin, of Spring Bank, (and • meatier of Mew, lad, Doom, thud Co's. and Helen Descrier. Grimm& eldest daughter of Mr. A. K Grinsted. of Germany. and formerly of Mount
25 April 1907 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Tug FIRST HALT.

Tug FIRST HALT.

And then l man to what is known as the Walt If Trent] Valley. ono of the windiest spots la England, I em told. Here the flight against wind became impossible. 1 was buffeted about to a perilous extent. ito 1 began to melba that I must be quick and come down before disaster overt
28 April 1910 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
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28 April 1910 - Burton Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England