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A. STAPLE, BICIOR STREET, EXMOUTH BUILDER AND UNDERTAKER, Agent to tke Ss* Fire and Life Office FiGti I) inforsn the

A. STAPLE, BICIOR STREET, EXMOUTH BUILDER AND UNDERTAKER, Agent to tke Ss* Fire and Life Office FiGti I) inforsn the

Public that he has on B hood, a large Stook of ltrain and Sewerage Pipes of all sizes, and of the best Staffordshire manufacture, closet Pans, White Terra Cutts Chimney Tops in variety, Blue and Bed Flooring Teed, 6in. and sin. stipule; Stable Bricks, Le. Also a great variety in
13 May 1871 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
THE AFFAIR AT M,IULIN SAQUET.

THE AFFAIR AT M,IULIN SAQUET.

THE AFFAIR AT M , IULIN SAQUET. I stated that the ufftir at Moulin Saquet was a repetition of that at the Clamart Station. I find a contradiction of the e tate% cut that insurgents were butchered at Moulin Saquet. It is true, nevertheless. The Commune, wishing, to doubt, to keep
13 May 1871 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
7-01areir ont Terrace

7-01areir ont Terrace

1 Mrs Knocker and family 2 Miss Read 3 Col. and Mrs .Tmckson 4 Admiral and Mrs T t Ihnt and tarn \I r -Ind Mrs Dodgelat 6 Mr and Mrs J. Scarth Caps and Mrs George Tobin and ram k MTM Wolrige 9 Mrs J. G. Gerrard and f imi'y 10 Mrs l'robatt 11 Miss Hnkewill 12 Mrs Weblev Parry and
13 May 1871 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
Little Folks.

Little Folks.

o.sarrus VOLIOII' is about the prettiest, neatest, wisest nattiest, and beet Illustrated Magazine for little people that we have ever met with. It is good without being silly, and conveys suitable information in an acceptable way it is educational as well as amusing and surely T
13 May 1871 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
DESPATCH OF M. THIERS.

DESPATCH OF M. THIERS.

The following despatch has been communicated by telegraph to the Prefets and Sous-Prdets of the various Departments of France : " Versailles, May C. "Those who have followed the operations which our army is executing with admirable devotion, in order to preserve social order, wh
13 May 1871 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 

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9f~ l AFETY Ma~~~ THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONEB AWNST DANGEROUS IMITATIONS

9f~ l AFETY Ma~~~ THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONEB AWNST DANGEROUS IMITATIONS

9f ~ l AFETY Ma~~~ THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONEB AWNST DANGEROUS IMITATIONS Exmouth : Printed And published by the Proprietor, THOM AS FE M AN, ( Exmouth, in the l'arul of Lit tiehuin.—Sat urday, Jan. 1, 1870.
01 January 1870 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
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01 January 1870 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
THE W A R. "The dogs of war let loose are howling," With glaring eyes they went the blood afar

THE W A R. "The dogs of war let loose are howling," With glaring eyes they went the blood afar

; See two crown'd thieves are al each other scowling, Calling their hellish work a holy war. With pious blasphemy they call on high, And ask protection from each other's lire, Whilst Bennedetti and Bismark standing by Declare each other " most accomplished bat" See bow politely
08 October 1870 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England
 
FAMILY TEA. & GROCERY ESTABISHMENT, THE CROSS, EXMOUTH'. HENRY VEALS begs respectfully to tall to his Friends and the public

FAMILY TEA. & GROCERY ESTABISHMENT, THE CROSS, EXMOUTH'. HENRY VEALS begs respectfully to tall to his Friends and the public

generally, that he has succeeded to the business lately carried on by hits. BURROWS, and trusts by selling at the lowest possible prices to merit a continuance of the support hitherto bestowed upon his predecessor.
08 October 1870 - Exmouth Journal - Exmouth, Devon, England