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Baldness prevented hair restored three weeks the Bead of the Oldest manor Worn io Europe. Sold boltlee, 2a. 6d. and

Baldness prevented hair restored three weeks the Bead of the Oldest manor Worn io Europe. Sold boltlee, 2a. 6d. and

6a.; post free f>r 9 and 18 stamps extra. —Address, A. Cooper, Chemi vt, 181, Fleet Street. Testimonials from the nobility and sent post free. Mr. Roffera, Silvcrtown says, After being held twelve years. I bare now beautiful head of hair, and original colonr
24 July 1868 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
PARSONS, FLETCHER & Co. %. IMPROVED MARKING INK, Tor writing on Linen, SUk, Cotton, fce., without preparation, tie beat that

PARSONS, FLETCHER & Co. %. IMPROVED MARKING INK, Tor writing on Linen, SUk, Cotton, fce., without preparation, tie beat that

can be made; it flows freely from the pen wlthoa* running or blotting, and writing PEBPBCTLy CLACK and INDELIBLE. Sold Mr. BYKT, Printer and Stationer, Shepten Mallet and by tne principal Chemists and Stationers tnrooghoat the Kingdom, bottles at sod (a. each, with full directio
24 July 1868 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
TO MILLERS AND CORN FACTORS.

TO MILLERS AND CORN FACTORS.

COXLEY, in the Out-parish of St. Cnthbert, in Wells, Somerset. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, Messrs. Richmond & bethell.at coxley Pound Inn, Coxley aforesaid, on MONDAY, !4th of October, 18(>1, between the hours of 5 and 6 in the Evening, subject to conditions to be then produced, the fol
14 October 1864 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL!!

NOTICE OF REMOVAL!!

FRANCIS HUBBARD, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, (Celebrated Ginger Brer Manufactory.) HIGH STREET, MALLET OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, IN announcing his REMOVAL from the Market Place to High Street, begs to return his sincere thanks to the Inhabitants of Shepton Mallet and its neig
14 October 1864 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
Mr. KXJMSEY, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, to inform the public that he has OPENED a SINGING CLASS at his MUSIC HALL,

Mr. KXJMSEY, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, to inform the public that he has OPENED a SINGING CLASS at his MUSIC HALL,

for the practice of Sacred and Secular Music. TERMS, 2s. PER QUARTER.
14 October 1864 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
R. BROWN

R. BROWN

HAS now hand a very extensive and complete Stock of FIRST-CLASS BOOTS & SHOES, for tho Reason, comprisinp Men’s, Women’s, Girls’. Boys’, and Children’s. The Stock is very Select ami Choice* and for Quality, Variety, and Cheapness, cannot surpassed ; it consists the best work tha
14 October 1864 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL.—FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1864

THE SHEPTON MALLET JOURNAL.—FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1864

fourteen weeks, ttill continued. trust that hoforo mauy years ate oyer oat bond wo may somo national means vised for arranging diaunion between masters and men, for the present system is a bitter mockery, entailing much sorrow and suffering on those whoso lot is sufficiently ard
14 October 1864 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
THE SHEPTON MALLET JOUENAB.—FRLDA\. OCTOBEK 14, 1864 Funeral of some of tho Deceased.

THE SHEPTON MALLET JOUENAB.—FRLDA\. OCTOBEK 14, 1864 Funeral of some of tho Deceased.

On Thursday afternoon funeral of threo of tho sufferora by this dreadful calamity took place in tbo quiet and picturesque little churchyard of Erith, in the presence of vast concourse of imrsons, who were attracted to tho spot by the melancholy occasion. Tho funeral procession w
14 October 1864 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
MRS. BOYCE, I. A UNDRESS, LIITI.K CIU UCII CANE, SHEI’TON MALLEI

MRS. BOYCE, I. A UNDRESS, LIITI.K CIU UCII CANE, SHEI’TON MALLEI

23 September 1864 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England
 
THE SHEPTON MALLET JOT PNA1—FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1864.

THE SHEPTON MALLET JOT PNA1—FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1864.

THE SHEPTON MALLET JOT PNA1 —FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1864. EXTBAORDINAR GENTLEMAN OF LOCKING UP HIN WIFE. At Pollco-oourt, Thursday, Mr. Edward Hammond, gentleman rosidimt at Loire • house, Peckham, was charged with ' l keeping close confinement his wife, Uosalui I - mood, without
23 September 1864 - Shepton Mallet Journal - Shepton Mallet, Somerset, England