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THE ISLE OE ELY GAZETTE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 11/174.

THE ISLE OE ELY GAZETTE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 11/174.

Wisbech Bank for Savings. MARCH BRANCH. THE TRUSTEES and MANAGERS of the above Bank have resolved that the Weekly attendance of the Secretary at March, be DISCONTINUED, and that instead thereof he will in future attend there on the FIRST WEDNESDAY in EVERY MONTH, from half-past
21 February 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England
 
WILLIAM BURTON

WILLIAM BURTON

AT THE ••• GRIFFIN " INN, IN 111AUCli, ON WEDNESDAY, 25t.! , OF FEBRUARY, 1874, At 7 o'clock iw the evening, THE IJEDERHENTIONED VALUABLE NOTICE TO COILILESPONDE.NTS. To ensure insertion, all communications and orders for advertisements must be received nut later than Thursday e
21 February 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England
 
CHATTERIS.

CHATTERIS.

Mr. John Clark and Mr. Basham have been the successful competitors forthe alterations &c., required in the boy's school Chatteris, under the management of the School Board. Paturrtvas —On Tuesday last, the Rev. W. Yeadon preached the chapel anniversay sermons at the Primitive ch
21 February 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England
 
LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND TUE STAGE.

LITERATURE, SCIENCE, AND TUE STAGE.

The Atheneum says :—We are glad to hear that Mr. Halliwell has consented to issue forthwith ooplce of the important documents lately discovered by him relating to Shalnipeare's not being a shareholder hi the theatres in which he was supposed ty have a share. These five-and-twent
21 February 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE ffiNORITY CLAUSE.

THE ffiNORITY CLAUSE.

We do not suppose, says the Zonsosinsf, that the result even of these elections will convince Radical candidates of the value of the representation of Wiwities, for it osnisinly is not in accordance with their leading idea. They want heads to be represented, not varieties of opi
21 February 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England
 

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SIR HENRY JAMES.

SIR HENRY JAMES.

The career of few law officers has been so eventful as that of Sir Henry James. Lifted by his own ability and the favour ing gales of fortune from the ranks of Nisi Prius advocates to a prominent position in Parliament—after obtaining a seat on a scrutiny —he passed rapidly from
21 February 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England
 
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21 February 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE PRIMATE'S BILL.

THE PRIMATE'S BILL.

The Saturday Review thinks that if the Bishops had undertaken the correction of ceremonial excesses in a judicial spirit, they might have secured the willing co-operation of many who are most resolutely opposed to their actual legislation. They preferred to act vindictively, and
27 June 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Dr. Jackson. of Mainhast Aged Dr. Flock in the

Dr. Jackson. of Mainhast Aged Dr. Flock in the

said be had u- He agreed with the opinions expressed by Dr. F1;17.. The Coroner's Officer was then questioned, and in reply said : I sent for to Dr. Flack's on Wednesday morning. I arrived at the surgery at 11.45, and found the remains of Sir Stephen there. I searched the pocket
27 June 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Twelve Youths.

Twelve Youths.

Including a plentiful supply of Cooked Provisions, served up by the Company's Stewards. Steerage Stewardesses are carried by this line to attend to the wants of female passengers and children. An experienced Surgeon is attached to each Steamer. Passengers booked Through to all T
27 June 1874 - Cambridgeshire Times - March, Cambridgeshire, England