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/ GRAND ]FA2NCY BAZAAR. CITY HALL, GLASGOW. r00%N urot Isr, 2n, AND 3D OF JANUARY, 1850. ~v~!lZ~wr~ah~laGRA ,) FA CY B.AZAAR, - jar zzli pnrrose of ?? a SINKINIG FUND in Aid of it 1x' 7TMIION FOR RELaIEF OF INDIGENT GEN, ,S k E TOf REG UNNDER. TE3E PATRONAGE OF-- Ga.tc' the I)UCI
December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MORTALITY IN THE METROPOLIS.

MORTALITY IN THE METROPOLIS.

MORTALITY IN TYHE METROPOLIS. (From the Times.) The returns of the mortality of the metropolis for the weelt ending Inst Saturday are sufficiently satisfactory. Not only has the fatal epidemic which so lately afflicted the town disappeared from amongst us, but the public health,
December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LONDON, DECEMBER 29.

LONDON, DECEMBER 29.

L O N D XN, 1I E C E Al B E R 2 9. We understand that at the next Council the orlder a tnE rizing trlnsportatiofl to the Cape will be revoked- J'in, S. Pit Office Arsc-genrt. -The following instruction ?? IbeenI .ueIl nv he PLtstinaster-Genieral to the Depiot- Poetms I rsters: ??
December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
Sir Robert Peel has addressed a letter to his tenantry "on the present state and prospects of agriculture," which

Sir Robert Peel has addressed a letter to his tenantry "on the present state and prospects of agriculture," which

KX:vx C ?? Hi Y MONDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 31. Sir Robert Peel has addressed1 a letter to his tenantry I on the present quateani prospects of'igricuhure," wlhich I we quote in our first page. Such a, I(ciLnment, at such a time, will of course he perused with much interest. He begin
December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
OBSERVATIONS ON THE GOLD AND SILVER MINES OF SOUTH AMERICA.

OBSERVATIONS ON THE GOLD AND SILVER MINES OF SOUTH AMERICA.

OBSERVATIONS ON TIHE GOLD AND SILVER IMINES OF SOUTH AMERICA. CCOnHinUIM/rASn tlA Giauge Herald qf 141h Dec.) tn Tihes it sjrpecvis. that the value of the silver so lent to nitrie a N.V pavement for tire 'Viceroy's procession, was one hurodrred millions ab of deilars, icr aliout
December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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DEAN OF GUILD COURT.

DEAN OF GUILD COURT.

DJLALiN Ut LoUOJLukI L~UL"t. S11AHnOCK~STREEr-S31OKEL CASES-ST. 0008CC o's goAD-NEW] S ?? STREET1, 1h0. I e The couirt met en Thar'sdoy Oite 2Sits cnt'reot-preveot, the L~aid Dean GLibrnith. Motosrs. Mu ri'oe. 1t'EwVqr, it-oQI -tie a Merc~lataerc~nll and faotsMleChristie, Craig
December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

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December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
POPULAR ENTERTAINMENTS.

POPULAR ENTERTAINMENTS.

POPULAR ENTRPTAIN7MENTS. At, Dunlap Street Theatre the brnsiness liae been going on in Iethe. usual ease alid unifarmi malimira. 'There has becri the etanirde r 5 ainsintra of reary ano comnic business. Tire last. novelty there, If oweaver, liae been exceedingly altractive-tlris
December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
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.S?;FENTART CIL SS for Mt A T 11 E ~TDhS&iSDAY, 2d JANLUARY. , LAING. OPFYS sirf . f-i'f~l31st *f-CVl ?? EISITY. A' : B~zS A£ IFET AETMIEN= - .T. S CLASFSES for ENGLISH, GRAM- f,,t 0, '-fISTr(Y, alld EOHGRAPHY, r 'In TEDNES DAY, 21 JANUARY. xi;) 1 S. ' .f1ours during the day, for
December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BESS OF HARDWICK.

BESS OF HARDWICK.

. . .W. ?? . .: BESS AOF7-R-MBm. f (rom cysik's Hernaee of tea Peorlge.) -i The woman who plays the most energetic part in the famtily history of the Peerage in the latter part of the i sixteenth century is the fanmets Erlizabeth of Hardwickk,_ successively Mrs.. Barlow, Lady Cav
December 31, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland