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STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

MANCTIESTER, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. The arrival of the Cambria, in the middle of last week, seemed to take a little of the breath out of our market. Since Friday, however, the spinners and manufacturers have gathered up their courage again, and are now demanding higher prices than
October 26, 1849 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Church Street. HOTEL. Mr. Ken w ort by, Black b nrn Miss Kenwortby, do. Bulleu, do.

Church Street. HOTEL. Mr. Ken w ort by, Black b nrn Miss Kenwortby, do. Bulleu, do.

October 26, 1849 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
TIMES AND PLACES (IF PI•111.1C AT BLACKPOOL. St John's ; on Bnntlays. at half pa , t wonting, afternoon at

TIMES AND PLACES (IF PI•111.1C AT BLACKPOOL. St John's ; on Bnntlays. at half pa , t wonting, afternoon at

3. Rev. W. T. Preedy incumbent. hilepeßdeni elanprl, Victoria Street, on Loote Day at half put morning; at 3 ; half-put 6 evening ; and on Thursday evening at half past 6 tieloek. Wesleyan Chapel ; o, Sundays. at half past morning. evening at half-put 6. (No resident minister.)
October 26, 1849 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
FLEETWOOD CHRONICLE

FLEETWOOD CHRONICLE

AND OENEHAL PRINTING OFFICE, Dock Street, corner of North Street. W. PETER, PRINTER, BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND
October 10, 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
"ROYAL CONSORT,"

"ROYAL CONSORT,"

700 tons burthen, and borsa.ponter, in with Preston and Wyse, Altiduns ArJruesan From FLEE TWOOD— E MONDAY. Ti EMMY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY After the arrival of the Trains which Lesion at M ant at 10 s. at.; Birmingham at 1 45 F. a. Liverpool at :1 ;15 p.m.• ' Manchester at 5 15 p.m.
October 10, 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
TIIE FAMINE IN IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. (From the Monthly Herald.)

TIIE FAMINE IN IRELAND AND SCOTLAND. (From the Monthly Herald.)

Last week, we gave an account of the vessels placed by the admiralty at the disposal of the government for the relief of the distressed Irish. Since then, the admiralty have added to the former number of the steam-vessels employed in the surveying service on the coasts of Englan
October 10, 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
£ol 17 7

£ol 17 7

Corresponding week in 1. 1 45. Passengers 0 10 Goo Is 4 2 4094 6 0 Correarnmling week in PLIII. 3.32:1 Passengers £3sl 15 7 Goods £64 7 7 An officer of artillery has selected t test the merits of Captain Warner's Iseintions. both of the shell and long range; ande have appropriat
October 10, 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
841772D4Y. MARCH 2706. 1140.

841772D4Y. MARCH 2706. 1140.

time is fast approaching when sert.trips will be in great request, by visitors at this and the neighbouring watering ilaces ; these pleivotre trips have hitherto , been, in most cases, occasional, depending chiefly on the large or small amount of stran;ters, for the time being,
March 27, 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
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March 27, 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
THE CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, APRIL 16M, 1847. REASONS WHY DISSENTERS SHOULD SUPPORT THE GOVERNMENT PLAN OF EDUCATION.

THE CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, APRIL 16M, 1847. REASONS WHY DISSENTERS SHOULD SUPPORT THE GOVERNMENT PLAN OF EDUCATION.

THE CHRONICLE. FRIDAY, APRIL 16M, 1847. REASONS WHY DISSENTERS SHOULD THE GOVERNMENT PLAN OF EDUCATION. The following reasons " by a minister of the Presbytery of Liamlon," dissenters should support the Government plan, are so much to the point and so conclusive in themselves, th
April 16, 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England