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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. CHESTER. Hospital Collections. - To-morrow (Sunday) sermons will be preached, morning and evening, in the Cathedral, by the Dean, on behalf of the Infirmary. We understand that the Chester Diocesan Conference for tbe current veer will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JLGCAX. rBTTELIiIQENCE. WEST COBNWALL KAIL-WAY. Traffic for the week ending November 7, 1 858. Passengers 4,947 £255 8 11 Goods. 266 0 9 Total Receipts 61116 8 Receipts for corresponding week 1867 663 11 0 Miles open 27_ The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOOAI NEWS. Falmouth was represented at the Peace Con- ference by Mr. Hodpson Pratt, and Alderman Bowles was also on the platform at the evening meeting. The Western Division of the National Union of Conservative Associations announce that a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. f- Sir John and Lady Duckworth have been staying for some time on a visit to ber ladyship's brother, John Francis Bailer, Esq., Morval House, East Looe. Sir John has now taken a trip with Mr. Bull: Subscribers-only content

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    Election of Coroner for tbe Liskeard District. Scrutiny granted. The poll took place at Liskeard aod Callington, on Thursday oad Friday laat, and was kept open from 8 to 4 of each day. Tbe first day's polling of 791 Subscribers-only content

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