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JAY'S AND PHEASANT'S FEATHERS. WA NT ED, a quantity of Jay's Wings, 'and Golden Pheasant's feathers. Apply to Mr. SAMUEL

JAY'S AND PHEASANT'S FEATHERS. WA NT ED, a quantity of Jay's Wings, 'and Golden Pheasant's feathers. Apply to Mr. SAMUEL

ALLcocx, Fishing Tackle Manu. facturer, Unicorn Hill, Redditch.
01 July 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
P GE W 1,0 tel CK'S

P GE W 1,0 tel CK'S

P GE W 1 , 0 CK'S ELEGANCE, ECONOMY & EFFICACY COMBINED. BUTLER'S ROSEMARY HAIR CLEANER, An Elegant Preparation for the TOILET AND NURSERY, Possessing in the highest degree the property of removing Scurf and Dandruff from the Head, and by its invigorating qualities increasing the
01 November 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
MR. GREEN'S LECTURES.

MR. GREEN'S LECTURES.

The lectures now in course of delivery, by the excellent Pastor of the Baptist congregation, in the Meeting House belonging to that ancient body, on Tuesday evenings ' are eminently calculated to interest, instruct, and edify all who love the Bible, and -who possess liberality e
01 November 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
DROITWICH SALINE BATHS.

DROITWICH SALINE BATHS.

It is a well-known fact that men are prone to regard lightly, those grand provisions of nature which exist in their several localities. The vast mines of Coal which have lain embedded for so many ages, in the northern part of our county, are so familiar to us from childhood that
01 November 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
'D .!':;) • * lol4 ^ . 16-" r' %k ' COUNTY COURT OF WORCESTERSHIRE, AT BROMSGROVE. County Courts for

'D .!':;) • * lol4 ^ . 16-" r' %k ' COUNTY COURT OF WORCESTERSHIRE, AT BROMSGROVE. County Courts for

this District, will be held at the Town Hall, during the Months of November and December 1856, at Eleven o'cloCk, A.M., as follows : Monday, the 17th day of November. Monday, the 15th day of December. THOMAS SCOTT, amts..
01 November 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
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01 November 1854 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
A WELL-REGULATED MIND.

A WELL-REGULATED MIND.

Our rank in the scale of intelligent beings is very greatly determined by the manner in which we habitually marshal our thoughts. Here we see that "order is the first law," in mind as in matter. The thoughts,,then, should not be allowed, habitually, to wander from. subject to su
01 May 1854 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
POPULAR FALLACIES ABOUT THE MOON.

POPULAR FALLACIES ABOUT THE MOON.

FEW subjects exhibit more forcibly the great amount of absurd notions which may attach to any phenomena not thoroughly understood than those which are furnished by the fallacies which have, from time to time, gained credence respecting the influence of the moon. • Many observanc
01 May 1854 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

Editor's Address Diplomacy Again Singular Fact Letter to Working Men, No. 2 Original Poetry A Well-regulated Mind Bromsgrove Tale of Filefield Heights, illustrated The Day before the Start to Australia How to expedite Matrimony Facts, Figures, and Fiction Life in the Camp, illus
01 January 1855 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
A WELL-REGULATED MIND. THE GOVERNMENT OF THE TEMPER.

A WELL-REGULATED MIND. THE GOVERNMENT OF THE TEMPER.

Passions are quick and strong emotions, which by degrees subside. Temper is the disposition which remains after these emotions are past, and which forms the habitual propensity of the soul. The one are like the stream when it is swollen by the torrent, and ruffled by the winds;
01 January 1855 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England