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ONSLAUGHT OF THE HIGHLANDERS AT THE BATTLE OF THE ALMA.

ONSLAUGHT OF THE HIGHLANDERS AT THE BATTLE OF THE ALMA.

England's sons on that day will be handed down from generation to generation. But the happiest feature in this great event is, that we fought in union with the brave French. The rancour of Waterloo was blotted out on the Heights of the Alma, while 50,000 Russians fled before the
01 November 1854 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
THE AD')

THE AD')

As the En the descent opened a tr work batteni whilst the in stream. TI and stormed horse shot t paralyzed fc was soon u . member this The adv al sight ever w the Highlan sians ; and t enemy's am the allied at have beaten The Turkish Li which most come acrossgrand 'loot Lie." et
01 November 1854 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
ADVERTISEMENTS. BROMSGROVE.

ADVERTISEMENTS. BROMSGROVE.

Try Bolton's British Polish, Brooke's Chemical Marking Ink, Butler's Rosemary Hair Cleaner, Butler's Brande's Enamel, Yarmouth Herrings, Brooke's Cough Balsam, Rutter's Life Pills, Ackrill's Medicines, &c. tw See Advertisements. BROOKE'S, IMPROVED CHEMICAL MARKING INK, REQUIRING
01 November 1854 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
X. Y. Z.

X. Y. Z.

01 March 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
BROMSGROVE PENNY BANE.—This excellent institution, established in April, 1852; has continued 'to progress under the fostering care of Francis Watt,

BROMSGROVE PENNY BANE.—This excellent institution, established in April, 1852; has continued 'to progress under the fostering care of Francis Watt,

Esq. Last year there were 467 depositors (independent of those forming the Ca.tshill and Tardebigg branches) : of these 115 were new depositors; 36 of them entered last quarter; and these in particular are of that class for whose especial benefit the bank was formed—namely, the
01 March 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
PHOTOGRAPHIC 1 LIKENESSES TAKEN EITHER IN WINTER OR SUMMER, BY J. H. SCROXTON, HIGH STREET

PHOTOGRAPHIC 1 LIKENESSES TAKEN EITHER IN WINTER OR SUMMER, BY J. H. SCROXTON, HIGH STREET

01 March 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
;THE ADVANTAGES OF KNOWLEDGE. Continued porn October. Man's mind is an attribute of incalculable value—nothing save that immortal principle of

;THE ADVANTAGES OF KNOWLEDGE. Continued porn October. Man's mind is an attribute of incalculable value—nothing save that immortal principle of

life within, the soul, can bear any comparison with it. Man's mind does not belong exclusively to himself. It belongs to society, and to Him who created it. If man neglects his own mind, ir is a sin ; and it is also a sin, if society neglects it It is not, therefore, immaterial
01 June 1857 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
- HENRY W. LEWIS. STONE AND LETTER CUTTER ) WORCESTER ROAD. U iENT S, Tombs, Tablets, Gravestones, 3ce executed On

- HENRY W. LEWIS. STONE AND LETTER CUTTER ) WORCESTER ROAD. U iENT S, Tombs, Tablets, Gravestones, 3ce executed On

the most reasonable terms.
01 June 1857 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
To be continued. THE PROTECTED FEMALE. BY MARIA S. RYE.

To be continued. THE PROTECTED FEMALE. BY MARIA S. RYE.

Phenomenon No, 2, is the undeniable truth that these abused women, still stand by the men who have proved themselves so unworthy their confidence. Who has not read, and wondered whilst reading, at the extent of woman's affection, as the mutilated victims, faint, bleeding, wand b
01 December 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
LIFE. PART FIRST, What is life ? I asked in sadness, Brooding o'er the cries of pain, Listening to the

LIFE. PART FIRST, What is life ? I asked in sadness, Brooding o'er the cries of pain, Listening to the

wailing voices, Watching all the strife and sinning, With a sad and weary brain. Is there aught on earth to live for? Aught in this polluted stream, Which may reconcile our spirits, Teach us why we may not banish, Such a wild and horrid dream? See the faces gaunt and hollow, See
01 December 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England