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Family Notices

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BRUTAL OUTRAGE IN CHESTER.…

FIRE AT A UNITARIAN CHAPEL.I

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FIRE AT A UNITARIAN CHAPEL. A Unitarian chapel, erected about two years ago in Longsight, Manchester, narrowly escaped destruc- tion by fire on Sunday morning. During the usual morning service a fire broke out in a timber- yard adjoining one side of the building. The smoke was visible to the congregation, and as it rapidly increased in density, and the fire was evi- dently making headway, a good deal of alarm for the safety of the building was felt amongst the people. The service was stopped, and the con- gregation dispersed. The side wall of the chapel, which was exposed to the full heat of the fire, became very hot, and the roof of the vestry, which is lower than the roof of the chapel, became ignited. The Manchester Fire Brigade on reaching the place put out the fire in the vestry roof, half of which was de- stroyed, and also extinguished the fire in the timber- yard. The side wall of the chapel was damaged by the heat.

PLOUGH MONDAY IN LONDON.

MILITARY DIVORCE SUIT.

RIGHTS OF A FOREIGN FLAG.

A HIGHLAND LAIRD AND HIS FACTOR.

SEWAGE POLLUTION.

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ALLEGED PERJURY BY A POLICE…

SAVAGE ASSAULT AT ST. ASAPH.I

ST AASPH COUNTY COURT.I

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IBITS FROM BOOKS.

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FLINT, DENBIGH, AND MERIONETH…

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