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THE PLAINS, TOTNES.

THE PLAINS, TOTNES.

TO BE LET, convenient DWELLING HOUSE (at present occupied by Mr. Shale), containing Dining Room, Drawing Room, Kitchen, and other Offices; Bedrooms, Dressing Room, and 2 Attics. Possession at Lady-day Rent Low.—For farther particulars apply to Mr. Derry.
15 January 1870 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England
 
T. lIANNAFORD

T. lIANNAFORD

BEGS to call the attention of the Public to his NEW STOCK OF CHEAP STATIONERY. Superfine Linear Note, 5 Quires, Is. Foreign Paper, in Boxes, 5 Quires, Is., assorted colours 100 Foreign Envelopes, in Boxes, assorted colours. Is. Straw Paper & Cream Laid, 5 Quires, fid & Is. Boxes
31 July 1869 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England
 
BLAKEMORE,

BLAKEMORE,

»erilil Uarberton, two miles from Totnes the Plymouth Road. 126 SHEEP, 22 4 HOBBES AND COLTS, 7 PIGS. Messrs, bourse & win sell by AUCTION, TUESDAY, the 27th day J U LY, the premises, the above very choice STOCK CATTLE, the property Mr. Thus. Harvey, about to decline business. s
24 July 1869 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England
 
MK. J. C. STEPHENS, SXJRO-EOJST X>B3SrXXST, 35, Ht. Aabyn Street, Devonport, iulbrms his Patients in and the Neighbourhood, that in

MK. J. C. STEPHENS, SXJRO-EOJST X>B3SrXXST, 35, Ht. Aabyn Street, Devonport, iulbrms his Patients in and the Neighbourhood, that in

addition to his visit* to Daktmootu (.where has regularly attended the t'irst in every month for the last years), he will visit Tutses on the Tuesday in every month, and may be consulted the residence Mr. HLACKLEK, Mone-mason, Plains; or any communication addressed his residence
24 July 1869 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England
 
THE TOTNES TIMES AMD DARTMOUTH GAZETTE.

THE TOTNES TIMES AMD DARTMOUTH GAZETTE.

IMPORTANT CASE of ALLEGED DEATH THROUGH VACCINATION. Monday, Dr, Lankester (the coroner), held important inquiry Highgate New Town, London, relative the death of William, infant son of Mr. Emery, who, having been vaccinated accordance with the law, was alleged to have died throu
24 July 1869 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England
 

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THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

Very little English wheat was received fresh to Marklane this morning, but the quality of the produce was good. The attendance millers was limited, and the transactions both red sad white parcels were restricted at about late rates. With foreign wheat the market was (airly suppo
24 July 1869 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England
 
rpo IRON FOUNDERS AND OTHERS. The Directors of the Totnks Gas Light Company are prepared receive TENDERS for the SUPPLY

rpo IRON FOUNDERS AND OTHERS. The Directors of the Totnks Gas Light Company are prepared receive TENDERS for the SUPPLY

and ERECTION of a SET of NEW PURIFIERS, with Valves and Connections. The Drawings and Specifications may be seen at the Gas Works. TENDERS must be sent into the Manager, Mr. JOHN SHUTE, not later that SATURDAY, the 21st of MAY instant. IV 1 The lowest tender not necessarily acce
14 May 1870 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England
 
THE WEItCOMB BAIN.

THE WEItCOMB BAIN.

The genial showers which have fallen since the early hours of Wednesday have already had a beneficent effect, and the appearance of the country generally is improved. is stated that at Plymouth the depth of rainfall on Wednesday was 1.16 inch.—a greater quantity than fell during
14 May 1870 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England
 
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LET, from Michaelmaa next, at St. Peter’s Quay, Totnefi, all tbosu CIDER AND GRAIN STORES, now and for many years past the occupation JNO. BOWDEN and Co.—For particulars apply THOS. Partington. gRIDGETOWN & BERRY-POMEROY. TO BE LET, with IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, NO. 2 VILLA, BIIDGET
14 August 1869 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England
 
CONFESSION OF POISONING A

CONFESSION OF POISONING A

YOONO LADT. At.Kewpo.t, SSned'ulM toUy Collier, Uie dtogfcwr cf Mr. Collier, oU merchant, Dock-etroet, Kewport. Mondkjr l«t. It appenr* that Gritt wa» taken from the Caerleon Schoola by Mr. Collier, and Easter Monday offered Collier some wheat, a portion 7 which she ate. She tol
14 August 1869 - Totnes Weekly Times - Totnes, Devon, England