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BISHOP OF MANCHESTER ON CHURCH…

CAPTAIN WEBB'S EXTRAORDINARY…

GREAT LOSS OF LIVES BY FIRE.

THE LIFE OF THE PRINCE CONSORT.

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THE GENERAL ELECTION.

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PARLIAMENT.

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EXCITING SCENE'AT"A FiRE IN SALFORD.âAn exciting scene was witnessed on Tuesday morning, in Chapel-street, Salford. Shortly before eleven o'clock a fire broke out in the printing works of Mr. J. Roberts, and in a few moments the rootns became so densely filled with smoke that the workpeople in the upper part of the building, unable to find their way downstairs, clambered through the windows and appealed for assistance to the persons who were speedily attracted to the spot. Several ladders were promptly procured, and the terrified workers were rescued from a position of no little peril. The fire was speedily extinguished. SHOCKING ACCIDENT TO A BICYCLIST.âOn Tues- day afternoon a man named Cooke, residing in Crewe, was riding his bicycle down one of the streets, when it came in contact with some projection of the wall in Henry-street, and he was flung from it, receiving dreadful injuries. He was taken to the London and North-western Railway Company's hospital, where it was found that his right leg was shockingly fractured, and several of his ribs were staved in. He lies in a very precarious state. KLEPTOMANIA.âAt the Nantwich police court on Monday, Mrs. Mary Ann Walley, of Wrexham Bridge, Burland, who it was stated is possessed of several thousand pounds worth of property in the parish, was charged with stealing a brush, three books, and a box, the property of Mr. Thomas Dodd Gaman, a gentleman residing at Nantwich. It appeared that Mr. Gaman is about to leave the town for America, and on Tuesday week there was a sale at his house. The prisoner was present, and she was noticed by a gentleman to take two or three small things and put them into a basket she was carrying. She was given into custody, and on being searched it was found y 11 that she had several pounds in her possession, and she could give no reason for having committed the theft. The magistrates imposed a fine of Y.3 and 19s. costs, or one month's imprisonment.

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OUR LONDON LETTER.

GLADSTONE A DISRAELI.

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LLANGOLLEN ADVERTISER OFFICE,…

LOCAL MARKETS.

Family Notices

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