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WHERE THEY REST.

WHERE THEY REST.

Ina little valley hollowed From the mountain'. verdant crest, Far above the ocean's level, Far above the world'. gay revel. Just beneath the vaulted hesven,_ Where its first pure breath is given, There they rest.. In the spring the wild bee murmurs, O'er the sod above them press
20 March 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
PATTERNS POST FREE. PETER ROBINSON. 103.104.105. 108 .107.108. OXFORD STREET LONDON.

PATTERNS POST FREE. PETER ROBINSON. 103.104.105. 108 .107.108. OXFORD STREET LONDON.

20 March 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
ENGLISH & AMERICAN KITCHEN STOVES

ENGLISH & AMERICAN KITCHEN STOVES

IN GREAT VARIETY. A SPLENDID TILE REGISTER GRATES, FENDERS, AND FIRE BRASSES. WOOD, BUSS, AND JAPANNED COAL VASES. JUST ARRIVED, THZ FIRST CONSIGNMENT OF CENTRAL DRAUGHT and DUPLEX LAMPS,
15 October 1897 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
MAGISTRATES ON A JUDGWS LAW.

MAGISTRATES ON A JUDGWS LAW.

An important question of licensing law came before • special meeting of the Birkenhead *time =Saturday. Immediately before the annual licensing maim in August, • publican named Robert G. Webbe, the licensee of the Wellington Hotel, was convicted and Iced Meloe within a week for
15 October 1897 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
SECOND ANNUAL SHOW ON DECEILBED are,

SECOND ANNUAL SHOW ON DECEILBED are,

The Committee have added to their Schedule CAGE BIRDS AND RABBITS. Also ENLARGED THK CLASSIFICATION iii the PIGEON CLASSES. All particulars to be had of the Secretaries. W. SPIER,I J. PKARCZ, I' m ' as"
15 October 1897 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
Eatisted 6aittit. Friday, September 11th, 1863.

Eatisted 6aittit. Friday, September 11th, 1863.

A BLACK PROSPECT. BY the latest news from America, we learn that President Davis has determined on enrolling an army of five hundred thousand negroes, to fight fur the Southern Confederacy. They are to obtain their freedom when the war is over, and fifty acres of land each. Thes
11 September 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

A FLAT-FISII IN THE TAVY.—A fiat-fish known by the name of "fluke," was caught in the river Tavy by a townsman on Saturday last. AFFECTING IscIDENT.—On Sunday the bodies of three children were at one time carried from Bannawell-street to the grave. They were of one family and al
11 September 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
TAVISTOCK

TAVISTOCK

G. SPENCER, PRINTER,
11 September 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
F:NTRACTS PROM :VIEDICAL OPINIONS

F:NTRACTS PROM :VIEDICAL OPINIONS

of HoapitalA, chlorudyne Is a most valuable remedy in neuralgia, ust:iina, ood d}n• Dicey. To it I fairly owe my restoration to he,ltli sites r ighieen months' severe suffering, and when all ether nte.ii. Mee haul failed •' W VF-A,ALIER PETTIGREW. M.D. I have no br.ttatonn in sh
17 April 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England
 
A LETTER FROM THE BISHOP OF NATAL.

A LETTER FROM THE BISHOP OF NATAL.

The attscke upon the Bishop of Natal by the Bishops have elicited the fo , l,..wiag reply from Dr. Colease : As I find that all the bishops who have prohibited me from preaching in their dioceses go upon the assumption which was stated in their general address, that I an unable
17 April 1863 - Tavistock Gazette - Tavistock, Devon, England