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TO WORKING MEN

TO WORKING MEN

Friends and Fellow Countrymen. In some former letters I endeavoured to impress upon you the importance of secular knowledge, and urged you to embrace every available means of initiating yourselves into its mysteries. I told you that knowledge was power; —a lever that, whatever m
01 March 1857 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
AGENTS.

AGENTS.

ALCEsTER , ..... „Hance, Post Office BROMSGROVE HAINES, MARKET PLACE. 95 ao o o • CORBETT SMITH, BiltmiNGHAm Banks, Bull Ring. 00000000000 oeo Lisseter, New Street. BEWDLEY Lord Street. COUGHTON Wilks DUDLEY *00°00,00003000000 Bagot—Buck, High Street. EvESHAme, 0 000 0 0 0 Foste
01 March 1857 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
CONTENTS. Epitome of News The House of Lords, Letter to the Working Classes "We may be Happy yet" Poetry, by

CONTENTS. Epitome of News The House of Lords, Letter to the Working Classes "We may be Happy yet" Poetry, by

D. S. W., &C. Drayton Dr. Livingstone's Journeys and Notices of New Books Discoveries, illustrated Sechele the Bechuana Chieftain Duels and Duellists Gossip of the Month Metropolitan Cemeteries Sam Slick at the Theatre Editorial gleanings, Wit & Humour A few Words about China Ad
01 March 1857 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
G. T 3 A. 0 , GIBBS AND BRIGHT'S SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME, And all other Artifieial Manures, may be had

G. T 3 A. 0 , GIBBS AND BRIGHT'S SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME, And all other Artifieial Manures, may be had

of MR. W. FE THE RST ON, AUCTIONEER, BROMSGROVE. ALSO RICE FLOUR FOR PIG FEED.
01 March 1857 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
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e - , , ,r, -- , I _ - ----,- --2,-;- ---- _—_----- T H. SCROXTON having purchased at the late Sale in 0 0 London, by Messrs. Southgate and Barrett—a complete set of Simpson's Seat of War in the East , (Colnaghi's Authentic Series) Begs to offer to the public either the whole or
01 March 1857 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
WANTED a Good General SERVANT, who understands Plain Cooking. Apply at the " Gleaner " Office.

WANTED a Good General SERVANT, who understands Plain Cooking. Apply at the " Gleaner " Office.

01 August 1855 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
IXCELSIOR.

IXCELSIOR.

laracter has hool Room, in securing on Training the onerous dea how to been made, • end will be r townsmen, it and send We beg to advertising ition, on the 1 Rooms. m the 21st,
01 January 1857 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
dear friend, On whom my hopes of heaven depend.'

dear friend, On whom my hopes of heaven depend.'

I shall soon leave you, but be will remain and bless you all. I die, but Jesus lives. He will provide for your wants, for he has promised to withold no good thing from him that walks uprightly.'" He ceased for a time, and then exclaimed, "Oh that 1 could see poor Tom! Perhaps a
01 October 1855 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
. H. SCROXTON ESPECTFULLY informs persons in want of Books, &c. that he bas a parcel down from London every

. H. SCROXTON ESPECTFULLY informs persons in want of Books, &c. that he bas a parcel down from London every

Saturday. The following Books are offered by J. H. Scroxton:— Tillotson's Works, J 3 vols, calf, neat, 14s. Jortin's Sermons, 7 vols Bs. Ecclesiastical History, 3 vols., neat calf, Ss. Lowth on _lsaiah, 2 vols. ss. Lavater's Physiognomy, 4 vols. superior edition, profusely illus
01 October 1855 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England
 
.MOTHER AND SON, OR THE ROAD TO PARADISE. CONTINUED. BY IVIAIIA S. RYE. At day-break, the child, eager to start

.MOTHER AND SON, OR THE ROAD TO PARADISE. CONTINUED. BY IVIAIIA S. RYE. At day-break, the child, eager to start

for the convent, anxiously awaited the awakening of the household; and the salutation that greeted the woodman. and his wife that morning was, "Father Perault, I am going to see my mother to-day." Perault looked at the child, and then at his wife, uncertain what course to pursue
01 September 1856 - Bromsgrove Gleaner - Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, England