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Fleetwood, 1703 Jamey, 1843. GEORGE LAURIE.

Fleetwood, 1703 Jamey, 1843. GEORGE LAURIE.

CHEMIST, DOCK-STREET, FLEETWOOD, BEGS respectfully to info rm M erc h ants , Shi p owners, Captains of Vessels, and the public generally that he has been appointed AGENT for the sale ot
January 18, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
FLEETWOOD AND MARKET ACT. TESVMONI

FLEETWOOD AND MARKET ACT. TESVMONI

t OF.NERAI. MEETING of the SUBSCRIBENS to the FLEETWOOD TESTIMONIAL be held et the NORTH EUSTON HoTEL, on Wednesday next, the 'and instant, at two o'clock preeitiely, in Ferri, e the Report of the l'ocomittre, and on the object to which the Fund hr eliproprixted. 11. BAZETT JONE
January 18, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Marriage.

Marriage.

On numbly week, at tbe Parish Chuck, Preston. Mr. William Iliddon, to Miss Agnes Tustin, both of Preston. Deaths. On gatnnlay last, aged g months, Frederick, arm of B. Wahnsley, Esq., of East Warren Finn, near this town. On the 14th Mgt., era 12 years, Thomas Ogden, Esq., of Sou
March 29, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
FLEETWOOD iESTIMONLIL SCHOOLS T. the Editor of tie Fketwood Chronicle.

FLEETWOOD iESTIMONLIL SCHOOLS T. the Editor of tie Fketwood Chronicle.

Sir,—ln your last Chronicle, there tire some remarks contained in the letter of of your correspondent " Veritas," which calls for a few words in reply. Referring to the letters of' " Venn " and a " Sub.,erher," he states that there is a disposition manifested by certain parties
March 29, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
To the Editur of the Peetarood Chromiek.

To the Editur of the Peetarood Chromiek.

Sir,—The reply of Mr. Weal to my enquiry about the building of the proposed Independent Chapel is very satisfactory as far as it goes, but it does not gofer enotsmi. Mr. W. assigns a sufficient cause for the past delay, but none for the present, or the future; a month has elapse
March 29, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
rritttnni.tre-worh, Jed, p-

rritttnni.tre-worh, Jed, p-

rritttnni.tre-worh, p- fly-bitten, flood-perseent grasshopper-devowed Australian farmer, what doest thou in this country ? Thou art neither sanctioned by floveniment nor heaven-perrnitted ! Away with thee from the land.' * * About this time I met casually in a newspaper a pound-k
April 12, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Frans Londonderry. Per Princess Alice :

Frans Londonderry. Per Princess Alice :

March 10.-12 boxes butter, 32 firkins do., firkins lard, 17 tierces laid, 4 crocks butter, 27 bxs. eggs, 14 boxes fowls, 3 boxes fish, 25 hints, hams, 211 bales bacon, 37 tierces meat, 3 lxixes linens, 2 bales linens, 241 bales flax, It bales tow, U casks fleshings 23 bags potat
March 15, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
elcaninp.

elcaninp.

MAGNETIC REPORTING.—The Morning Nronirle of Thursday week contained a report of a railway meeting at Porsmouth, which was transmitted by magnetic telegraph. The distance is ninety miles. The reporter at Portsmouth communicated the whole proceedings to the reporter at London in l
May 24, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
MAY 24TH, IB4S. cannot fail to prove a valuable auxiliary to Fleetwood. It jamn contemplation to build a steamer to

MAY 24TH, IB4S. cannot fail to prove a valuable auxiliary to Fleetwood. It jamn contemplation to build a steamer to

ply between this port and Roe twice a-day, and no doubt is entertained that Her Majesty's mails will be carried this way, as the steam-packets will be able to sail front both harbours at any hour of the tide. It must also prove the most direct and agreeable route to the lakes, b
May 24, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
lIWOIRSIDELL'S

lIWOIRSIDELL'S

EGETABLE RESTORATIVE PILLS, 11AVE now attained the highest celebrity as a family medicine. Their otlice is to purify the blood, drain the system of all impurity, open obstructions, free the passages for the healthy circulation of all the fluids, improve digestion, go to the root
July 19, 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England