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A NEW ALCOHOLIC DRINK FROM TEA,

A NEW ALCOHOLIC DRINK FROM TEA,

At the last meeting of the Society of Arts, Dr. Thudichum gave a lecture on " Wines ; their Origin, Nature, Analyses, and Uses." He concluded as follows : "I must say a word about the long array of bottles you see before you, which contain a variety of new liquids. They were mad
13 January 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THOMAS JEFFCOTT, TIN MAN, BRAZIER, GAS-FITTER LOCKSMITH, &e., NEW-STREET, KENILWORTH, I lEGS respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Kenilworth and

THOMAS JEFFCOTT, TIN MAN, BRAZIER, GAS-FITTER LOCKSMITH, &e., NEW-STREET, KENILWORTH, I lEGS respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Kenilworth and

the Neighbourhood, that having been uovaids of Fifteen Years with Ma. he call with confidence undertake all Gas repairs, which from his I ing experience he thoroughly understands ; and in soliciting their favours, trusts that by strict, attention to Business and Moderate Charges
17 February 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.- DAMAGES £5OO.

ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE.- DAMAGES £5OO.

ACTION FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. - DAMAGES £5OO. In the Court of Queen's Bench, in London, last Friday, the cause of "Dudley (by next friend) r. Grieseelich," was tried, and was an action for a breach of promise to marry. The Solicitor-General and Mr. J. C. Mathew were counsel for t
17 February 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
The " COIJNTESI

The " COIJNTESI

An action, as previously notified, was entered against " Henry Brown, of Consett, in the county of Durham, auctioneer, acting as bailiff (I Amelia Radclyffe, who styles herself Countess Amelue of Derwentwater, and the said Amelia Radclyffa," by the Commissioners for executing th
17 February 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
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A E ATTENDANCE AT COVENTRY, LEAMINGTON, and RUGBY. MAY BE CONSULTED Al COVENTRY, Every FRIDAY, at Mr. Lockitt's Hatter, Cross Cheaping. LEAMINGTON, Every TUESDAY, at Mr. Beck's, Bookseller, 8, Upper l'arade. RUGBY, Every TUESDAY, at Mr. Over's, Stationer, 11, High Street. BY Ma.
10 February 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THE "-HENDON MYSTERY."

THE "-HENDON MYSTERY."

In the Court of Queen's Bench, on Monday, the cause of "Warburton v. the Midland Railway Company," was tried. The plaintiff in this action, Miss Warburton, was, previous to the accident which was the cause of the injuries for which she sued the company. a nursery governess in th
10 February 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
EPITOME OF NEWS, BRITISH AND FOREIGN.

EPITOME OF NEWS, BRITISH AND FOREIGN.

Great excitement was created in New York, on Saturday (the 6th) by a story of an attempt to assassinate Prince Arthur. The story had no foundation. Prince Arthur left for Boston on Saturday evening. On the way he was to attend the Peabody funeraL A conference on the licensing sy
10 February 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
THE MUSIC OF THE FUTURE.

THE MUSIC OF THE FUTURE.

"It is proposed to give all Railway Whistles a musical pitch." This is, or rather will be, a good hearing for excruciated travellers, tortured householders forced to live near stations, and terrified cattle pasturing in fields adjoining lines of railway, and we record the announ
10 February 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
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10 February 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England
 
A PERILOUS VOYAGE.

A PERILOUS VOYAGE.

There is•now being fitted up in Liverpool, from which place she will sail in the course of a few days, a small boat, about twenty feet long, called the City of Roguse. The vessel is the property of Captain Punorez, but she will be sailed by Captain J. C. Buckley, her destination
05 May 1870 - Kenilworth Advertiser - Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England