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FROM YORK

FROM YORK

To Wakefield.—2 10, 7 15(p), 9 45,11 45,3 20, 45, 50, 9 33. Sundays : 10,7 50(p) morning. 938 evening. FROM HULL To Wakefield. —6 0(p), 8 40, 10 40, 2 15, 35, 5 45, 8 21. Sundays : 6 45(p) morning, 821 evening. FROM SELBY To Wakefield.—7 20(p), 9 45, 11 45, 3 35,4 5, 7 0, 9 34.
July 30, 1859 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
NERVOUS DEBILITY. Ac,

NERVOUS DEBILITY. Ac,

Seventy Engravings. Six Languages. Price It. through all Booksellers, or Post free from the Author, for 14 stamps, THE MEDICAL ADVISER premature decay, both mental and physical, arising from excesses, climate, Ac: remarks ou the use of misoroseope, and the artifices devised cert
July 30, 1859 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
RUPTURES CURED WITHOUT A TRUSS. I am happy to inform you ray i* quite cure!. Re*. H. W*tt*. rapture has

RUPTURES CURED WITHOUT A TRUSS. I am happy to inform you ray i* quite cure!. Re*. H. W*tt*. rapture has

never been down since.” Wm. Hart, E»q. Yoor care of ray caee is most miractilooa.” Geo. Walker. After much Baffering', is a comfort be able throw ray trass away.” Miss Ellis. The Rev. F. RUSSELL continues to ‘■opply the afflicted with bis celebrated remedy for this complaint, th
July 30, 1859 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
S, KO. 2, MARKET HILL, BARNSLEY, rs THE ONLY REAL CHEAP CLOTHING DEPOT, where Style, Quality, aud Economy may effeetnaHy

S, KO. 2, MARKET HILL, BARNSLEY, rs THE ONLY REAL CHEAP CLOTHING DEPOT, where Style, Quality, aud Economy may effeetnaHy

itecar^^. G. TAYLOR’S SOyRREIGN" COAT without parallel far Style, and Quality,and made to Order for Twenty SLilli* jjs, in 6'ack Fancf and Melton Cloths. N.B.—G. T. stands unrivalled for TROUSERS, giving ease and ens Wing a good fit, whether for riding or walking. ALFRED & ROWLE
July 30, 1859 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
>f saving tl

>f saving tl

Both Ointment an.l used the following cases:— Ba Log* Corns (Soft Bad Breasts Cancers Burns Contracted and Sore Nipples Bunions .Joints ; Sore Throats Bite .Mosoh Skin I'isease too* sand I- istulas Flies Gout Coco-bay Glandular s.fel Rheumatism Scalds ■ •re Hoads 'umours j ings
January 31, 1863 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
NEAR BARNSLEY

NEAR BARNSLEY

rilO BE SOLD BY TICKET, at the JL Strafford Arms Ik*, Stainboruogh,on Thur*iay, the sth ifnrrh, three o’clock the afternoon, the following TUBES, WigfleW Wood, near Rockley Abbey, viz., s'ri numbered Trees. Oak Ash .. Kim Alder Beech 251 31 2 Also, 370 Poles, viz Oak Ash Kira .
January 31, 1863 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
a mfeiing In- d at the Parish Church, PeuisV)ne, la*it week, a rate ol one penny in the pound was

a mfeiing In- d at the Parish Church, PeuisV)ne, la*it week, a rate ol one penny in the pound was

sanctioned. The accounts have not been audited for two years, and the people were generally unaware of the meeting. H Schooi.s.— Mr. Charles Regan, formerly pupil teacher in these schools, has been one of the lecturers in St. Mary’s College, Hammersmith. London, where he has bee
January 31, 1863 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
Vol. IV.

Vol. IV.

February 8, 1862 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
arrival of the intelligence of the '‘Trent ontrage.” The unexpectedly pacific tone of the news led universal oongratalatiooe, and everywhere

arrival of the intelligence of the '‘Trent ontrage.” The unexpectedly pacific tone of the news led universal oongratalatiooe, and everywhere

the moat intense satisfaction was expressed that the first day of the new year should each a pleasant one. The impression was general the certainty of peace. Many, however, 'Change, who know America, and the Americans well, considered that, if the present “difficulty” should set
January 4, 1862 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England
 
POLAND.

POLAND.

The Polish naturalists of showed their disposition a remarkable manner Sunday last. During the celebration of high mass the church of St. Bernard they sung Polish songs, and coU'fie the singers fell into the hands of the police. The people were highly excited, and comrnoti-.n en
January 4, 1862 - Barnsley Chronicle, etc. - Barnsley, Yorkshire, England