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TOWN HALL.

TOWN HALL.

SATURDAY.— Before the Mayor. Robbery in a Brothel. — Two prostitutes, named Sarah Needliam and Harriet Taylor, were charged with robbing a countryman, named John Marples, of £5. 175. 6 d. The prosecutor is a farm servant, in the employ of Mr. HoUingsworth, of Whittington, Derbys
July 3, 1847 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MONEY MARKET

MONEY MARKET

Fbiday. — Public Securities have been rather firmer to- day, though the extent of business transacted has been very limited. In Lombard st., there has been more demand for money to-day. It is usually observed, that a few weeks prior to the payment of die dividends, when a large
July 3, 1847 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
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THE CHRISTIAN SLAVE. BT JOHX G. WHITTIKR, AN AMEBICAX POET. tin a late publication of L. F. Tasistro, is a descriptioi of & slave auction at New Orleans, at which the auctiouee recommended die woman on the stand us " a good christian."] A ?? is ' going, iron?' Who bids for God's
July 3, 1847 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
STURGE S MONTHLY CORN REPORT.

STURGE S MONTHLY CORN REPORT.

Birmingham, June 30. — The weather durintr the greater part of the past mondi has been by no means favourable for bringing forward rapidly the growing crop of Wheat, and there has been more rain than is desirable for that which is iD blossom, and it is now evident that we cannot
July 3, 1847 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SHEFFIELD UNION.

SHEFFIELD UNION.

»rt i 7.5. Vi™?. a , • E 26 -- Pau P crs in the House last re- S s ?? dm,tted s ! nte > »; Discharged since, 77; Total-Shef- ieiq, Dis . Corresponding week last year, 378. RELIEF TO OCT F~6o~B. MONEIT j £1^ j TOTAL. ' Sheffield Regular -*112 10 7 L-24 16 6~ 7 1 s°' S^ 1 •" 68 6
July 3, 1847 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Cricket,

Cricket,

TK-iNG MATCH OF THE WEDNESDAY CLUB. „,. . old established club played their opening match on | wsdav last, on Hyde Park ground, which has been ' •lierablY improved during the winter, the low side hay- j : yeu raised, and the race course so altered that the * g titors may be seen
May 13, 1848 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
On the 10th inst., at Sharrow, Mrs. Henry Vickers, of a soa. ittarrtagea. ' On the Bth Instant, at St.

On the 10th inst., at Sharrow, Mrs. Henry Vickers, of a soa. ittarrtagea. ' On the Bth Instant, at St.

George's Church, Hanover square, Robert Peel Dawson, Esq., late Captain in the Grenadier ! Guards, eldest son ofthe Right Hon. George Robert Dawson, , of 10, Upper Grosvenor street, and Castledawson, Ireland, 1 to the Hon. Mary Elizabeth Brownlow, eldest daughter of the late, an
May 13, 1848 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MELANCHOLY & FATAL ACCIDENT

MELANCHOLY & FATAL ACCIDENT

CAUTION TO SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS. On Saturday evening last, about eleven o'clock, as Mr. Swift and Mr. Wm. Birks, both of Hemingfield, were re- turning in a gig, belonging to the former gentleman, from Mr. Surtees's, Stainbro', where they had been spending the afternoon in fishi
May 13, 1848 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
rHE BANK OF ENGLAND.

rHE BANK OF ENGLAND.

The Gazette of Friday contains the first weekly return of the afiairs of the Bank of England, under the New Charter Act, , th and Bth Victoria, c. 32 as now separated into two department;-. c -■*«--- On the d ebt B ; de the Jsgtie d tment contai L sum of £-28,351,205 as "notes i
September 21, 1844 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
nT>T*FR<? ADVEKTIS£MIi« I S, &c. fortius Paper, are received at tbe HER ALD-OFFICE* in Hieh-Ouseeate York- Al«n k„ *i* .W

nT>T*FR<? ADVEKTIS£MIi« I S, &c. fortius Paper, are received at tbe HER ALD-OFFICE* in Hieh-Ouseeate York- Al«n k„ *i* .W

TA Vuß T. NEWTON. M Af«A *■ *• W™* &!«>«., X^Mtai; a. fi C^ro^Hou*.' IfcfeJ? ££3 £ f««^ B«*«"er ia ev„v Marke, To „ r
September 10, 1808 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England