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Varieties. THE SONG OF THE STREET. With lipt all livid with cold, ' And purple and swoll'n feet, A woman

Varieties. THE SONG OF THE STREET. With lipt all livid with cold, ' And purple and swoll'n feet, A woman

in rags sat crouched on the flags Singing the Song of the Street; "Starve! Starve! Starve! Oh, God ! 'tis a fearful night! How the wind does blow, the sleet and the snow! Will it ever again be light ? " I have rung at the ' Refuge' bell, I have beat at the workhouse door. To be
18 March 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
SATURDAY AFTERNOON,

SATURDAY AFTERNOON,

SECOND EDITION Of this Paper is Published every At 6 o'Clock, Containing the Latest Home and Foreign News, the County Bench, and the Guildiord Markets of the same Day.
21 April 1866 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
Bankrupts.

Bankrupts.

{From Gazette of March 24.) James Stringer, Wimbledon, stonemason, April 12, at I, in London. last examination. May 3, W. Miller, Richmond, cabinet-maker. May 12, If. W. Richardson, Epsom. May 12, C. Beatley, Basingstoke, gnnmaker. {From Tuesday's Gazette } DISSOLVED. C. P. M.,
1 April 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
CHOBHAM.

CHOBHAM.

Gas —The Directors bate secured a site ou which erect their plant and works —it is situated near Sandpit Field. At a recent meeting of the Directors, their Solictor, Mr. Lovett, was instructed to obtain a company's seal.
2 July 1864 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
SURREY UNION FOXHOUNDS —DINNER TO THE LATE MASTER.

SURREY UNION FOXHOUNDS —DINNER TO THE LATE MASTER.

A large company of gentlemen connected with the County of Surrey, met at the Swan Hotel, Leatherhead, "on Saturday last, for the purpose of testifying their esteem and high respect for Captain F. Hankey, who has for eight seasons ably discharged the duties of Master of the Union
4 June 1866 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 

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HENRY SIMMONDS HAVING purchased very large parcels of Calicoes, Sheetings, Prims, Blankets and Hollands, when goods were at lowest prices,

HENRY SIMMONDS HAVING purchased very large parcels of Calicoes, Sheetings, Prims, Blankets and Hollands, when goods were at lowest prices,

strongly advises the public to purchase soon possible. Clothing Charities supplied at wholesale prices. H. S. has just purchased small Importer's Stock of BLACK. GLACE SILKS, commencing at ls. Hid. All bright Silks. Established 1790. Observe— 62, HIGH STREET, GUILDFORD. London M
2 September 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
RAILWAY TIME TABLES. SOUTH-WESTERN. Week Days. Sundays. lP»r.|P«r. . mail, , i I I i i . Ml. DOWN. 2

RAILWAY TIME TABLES. SOUTH-WESTERN. Week Days. Sundays. lP»r.|P«r. . mail, , i I I i i . Ml. DOWN. 2

I_2 ,1 2 1 1231 12 2 lit Yauxball-bndge _J8 ... 151 ... ... ... a ... J4 35 ... 102(i 9 21 ... Kensington dep. 10 17 25 9 28 1210, ••• 145 3 50, .. ... 5 5 ... 10 i Chelsea 614 7 9 32, -149 3 ... | ... | ... ~1049 I' "' "' Battersea ;6 18 33 9 36, 1218 -H. 3 58 ... ... 'lO 13 V.
2 September 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
p S. PALMER, TAILOR, Sec., 158, High Sueet, (j, Guildford. Mourning and Livery orders on die shortest notice, Punctually and

p S. PALMER, TAILOR, Sec., 158, High Sueet, (j, Guildford. Mourning and Livery orders on die shortest notice, Punctually and

Economy. Registry Offic" for Servants, by Mrs. Palmer. PATRICK, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, ,| and Habit Maker, North Street, Guildford. LAMBKIN, GROCER, TEA DEALER, wV and Provision Merchant, Stoke Fields, Guiidford. ° Fresh Dairy-fed Pork and Sausages; Home-cured Bacon and Hams; Prime
11 February 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
OUR LONDON LETTER.

OUR LONDON LETTER.

Remembering that I write from London, amidst all the excitement of the Derby week, it can scarcely lie supjiosed that can pass over in silence the flood-tide of the great sporting fever which seems irresistibly for time to sweep away all other topics. to "the time of starting, B
3 June 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England
 
Godalming.

Godalming.

impudent Beggar.—On Saturday, man named James Kelly, was brought before the Mayor, charged with soliciting alms. It appeared that the prisoner was seen head-constable Bent selling Newgate Calendars and ether periodicals, and he subsequently ascertained from Mr. Prust's apprentic
3 June 1865 - Surrey Advertiser - Guildford, Surrey, England