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FI.EF.TWOOD CHRONICLE AN I) PRINTING OFFICE, Deck Street, corner of Church Street. W. PRINTER, BOOKSELLER. STATIONER, AM) f IL i

FI.EF.TWOOD CHRONICLE AN I) PRINTING OFFICE, Deck Street, corner of Church Street. W. PRINTER, BOOKSELLER. STATIONER, AM) f IL i

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December 5, 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
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. On Friday, the property of the late Sir Charles Wetherell was put up to auction. It consisted of the serviceofplate, amounting to about ounces, the celler a of about 350 dozens of bottles some having been bottled fifteen and some thirty years; the library, comprising about 2,5
December 5, 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Sailing* of the Steamer between Fleetwood and Uleerston, during the next week. vans FLEETWOOD. Saturday March Rth at 10 45

Sailing* of the Steamer between Fleetwood and Uleerston, during the next week. vans FLEETWOOD. Saturday March Rth at 10 45

a.m. Tuesday „ 9111 at 12 30 p Wednesday ~ 10th at 130 „ Thursday ~ 11th at 245 „ rants BARDSZA• Satimloy March at 1 45 p.m. Tuesday „ Out at 330 „ Wednesday „ 10th at 4 30„ Friday „ 11. th at 630 cm.
March 6, 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
TIMES AND PLACES OF PUBLIC WORSHIP IN BLACKPOOL St. John'g (Warch—On Sundays. at half-past 10 morning, and half-past 6 evening.

TIMES AND PLACES OF PUBLIC WORSHIP IN BLACKPOOL St. John'g (Warch—On Sundays. at half-past 10 morning, and half-past 6 evening.

On Wednesdays, at half-past 6 o'clock in the evening. Weskyan Chapel—On Sundays, at half-past 10 morning, and half-pastO evening. On Wednesdays, at 7 o'clock evening. Independents —On Sundays, at half-past 10 morning, at 3 afternoon, and half-past 6 evening. FLEETWOOD POST OFFIC
March 6, 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
AVERAOE PAssAGE TEN HOURS!

AVERAOE PAssAGE TEN HOURS!

'rliese Vessels are the swiftest and most powerful now crossing the Irish th,uoiel. and have never. in S single • failed in their tive voyages. even during the moat severe weather, since they ttttt tueneed. Trains, in connexion with the Steamers, 11•11Ve MS under:— Loudon 7 fl 1
January 17, 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
PITNE AND LODER,

PITNE AND LODER,

Prrtarood•on-11 yre, Lanramhire; Wharf, Cannou ROW, ; Wadmooh, Canihridgerhire ; Guildford, Sorry ; Southampton, Hants. 1, - 61:40- - foog I ( - 7,ledir•-",7 04 / 14M- On Friday a fellow at BRIMlea, at for a wager to (lrink halfpints of gin. Ile had swallowed when he was taken i
January 17, 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
ARRIVED.

ARRIVED.

Prince iif n.4rt. goialt auJ Jinn ,114sM1 ditto Iler Majesty (•) Aranl4sAn dutto
January 2, 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
isisullantaus. THE SOLDIER'S WIFE.

isisullantaus. THE SOLDIER'S WIFE.

THE SOLDIER'S WIFE. The subjoined sketch appears in an American pnblication as original. It is, however, merely the outline of a thrilling narrative which was published Home time since in one of the English periodicals, tinder the title, we believe, of" Peggy Nowinto the ( aoket
January 17, 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
'NORTH I. \SIIIRI7 LiTc-nos. phri.hp .1 (eon the .11,thrhe,t, r Couritr]

'NORTH I. \SIIIRI7 LiTc-nos. phri.hp .1 (eon the .11,thrhe,t, r Couritr]

'NORTH I. \SIIIRI7 LiTc - nos. phri.hp .1 (eon the .11,thrhe,t, r Couritr] nwriiug. a apeeitil eolirt held Gale. , 11101 e h. „ eoiwty of I.:mem/ter. ill ,-.11 ire Mill. 1 for the la electing too the northern .11,i , ion of in Poring the port of the proveedings the hall wa. er0w.
August 6, 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
SOUTH SHORE.

SOUTH SHORE.

Springfield Cottage. Mr Holt, and family, Mr Itaweliffe's Cottage. Mrs Biggs, and family, Manchester Mite Urven. Mr and family, Manchester Mr Swindells Cottage. Mr and and family, Swinton Park, Manchester T. Moon Rev. Mr lloilgson, and family, Warwickshire Mr Dutcher. Thomas Ken
July 9, 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England