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Marriage. On Tuesday last, at Lytham, Mr. James Moore, schoolmaster, Blackpool, to Mary Ann, eldest daugb ter of Mr. William

Marriage. On Tuesday last, at Lytham, Mr. James Moore, schoolmaster, Blackpool, to Mary Ann, eldest daugb ter of Mr. William

Stirsaker, Post Office, Poulton k-Fylde. Death. Ou Saturday last, aged 74, Mr. Robert Cross, Carletou.
July 5, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Aft,ritoon iI

Aft,ritoon iI

Aft , ritoon iI Stesitere• Fliptwaial iiil illitekpool, lii lalanol, the Lake., s.li the Unlit' will theta. Seguri• utioas are tiring with an eillinuat CHORAL SOCIETY. 10 wenn, their services the inotah. fothiq ..1 Lungliah iolng. the vetenon of mon. than a with two t010.t,..1 Mr
August 2, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
STEAM COMMUNICATION

STEAM COMMUNICATION

1/1711 Till ISLE OF MAN, VII! FLEE,TIVOOD. First-alas* fat Ha ding IRON STEAMER, " ORION," will ply on after !don.lav, the 14th r,f Judy, (weather pent ti tt log.) BETWEEN FLEETWOOD sad the OF MAN, as follows: Fleetwood to EVERY WF.DNF.SDAY AND SATURDAY; Fleetwood to Ramsey— EVE
August 16, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Snit* fßarriages, anb Dead*

Snit* fßarriages, anb Dead*

No Birth, or Beath ran be intoned Wag authenticated. &filings of the Steamer between Fleetwood and Utverston, during the spinning fortnight. WKON TLLIttWooD. Monday Atigtot t•th at 9 0i ta. Tur„tioy „ 19th at 93 0 „ Wrditea•lay .. 210th at 10 18 „ Thurstiay „ at 11 0 „ irttlAy „
August 16, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
I Holidays! PLVSLTRE TRIP TO GLASGOW •pIIE Splendid Powerful Iron Steam L Ship, "111.11 :MAJESTY." Capt. J. M. Wilson. 11.

I Holidays! PLVSLTRE TRIP TO GLASGOW •pIIE Splendid Powerful Iron Steam L Ship, "111.11 :MAJESTY." Capt. J. M. Wilson. 11.

C. S. Commander, will make S SPECIAL from Fleetwood to Glasgow, on SATtTRDAY, 111th MAY, at Nine jut the Eve • g; alter the of Trains, from Manchester at a quarter before ; Liverpool half-past 4; soil Preston 7in the Evening, With Passengers at the following Itaticeco Etats; fro
April 26, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
THE FLEETWOOD TESTIMONIAL

THE FLEETWOOD TESTIMONIAL

the Editor if the Fleetwood Chronicle. Sta,—l have noticed in several recent numbers of the CArepirle letters respecting the Fleetwood Testimonial, and in your last I saw it announced that the subseriliers to • Teatinionial at Poulton, had selected and purchased a piece of plate
April 26, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
TIMIS 07 DEPARTURE Or THE RAILIVAT TRAINS. From Fleetwood. At 7 o'clock a. m.; et *9 o'clock a. m.; at

TIMIS 07 DEPARTURE Or THE RAILIVAT TRAINS. From Fleetwood. At 7 o'clock a. m.; et *9 o'clock a. m.; at

12 D p.m.; at •4 30 p. m. ; and at .13 p. m. ON SENDAI'S. At 8 45 a. m.; at 4 p.m.; and at *8 p. ca. From Preston to Fleetwood. At *8 a. m.; at *9 SO a. tn.; at 12 45 p. at and at3op. m. ON SUNDAYS. At o'clock in the morning, (cheap train.) 'The Trains marked tkssi (• ) stop at
September 27, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
AVERAGE PASSAGE TEN HOURS:

AVERAGE PASSAGE TEN HOURS:

Agent in Belfiisl, Mr. R. Henderson, Donegal Qnoy.l Railway Trains, in connexion with the Steamers, leave as under : London ....10 0 a.m. Liverpool .. 3 35 p.m. Ranehester.. 3 43 p.m. Birmingham. 1 43 „ Lied. 10 40 a.m. Preston .... 5 50 „ In Fleetwood Goods are not subject to B
December 6, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Illarrlszes.

Illarrlszes.

On at I lost...tub Mr. Jame, Green all, to Magas/a, bunt ut le Oh last, at Blackpool, the Bev. A.III , Mr. Jolla Warbnek, of GALVI lirlion. t I daughter ut Mr. dully, of klythup. Deaths. On Turg•lay morning Isi, I'llomas, 'akin son of 11. Itusett Jonen, en* town. Ilse 2:114 oilt
December 6, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
PAYNE'S WOOD PATENT.

PAYNE'S WOOD PATENT.

_ THIS PROCESS FOR Pre•erring Vegetable Substances, WILL RENDER WOOD Thoroughly Auti-Dry Rot. l'nintlaturnahle. • Of the most inferior quality equal in point of Strength. Durability, and Usefulness, to the hardest and tie,t Deseriptions. • Unassailable by Insects. • Sufficiently
June 7, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England