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TIIE IRON TRADE.

TIIE IRON TRADE.

The decision of the South Staffordshire ironmasters at their preliminary trade meeting, held at the Swan Hotel, Wolverhampton, on Thursday last, is by this time well known. The meeting appears to have been very numer ously attended, nearly all the influential houses in the trade
January 2, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NEW WEEKLY

NEW WEEKLY

VOL. 21.—N0. 965. SUNDAY, tion in a low state, the upper classes idle and dissipated, the Indians inordinately addicted to gambling, which they may now indulge m for stakes of golden pools instead of bits of rubbish.”
January 7, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
BERKSHIRE.

BERKSHIRE.

Death from Fiohtiho. Saturday se’nnight,an inquiry took place before the Coroner for Berks, Tilehurst, near Reading* touching the death of C. Gilhaui, aged 20. It appeared that tho deceased, and a man named C. Giles, who had been taken into custody, were fellowlabourers at Tileh
January 7, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
HAMPSHIRE.

HAMPSHIRE.

Loss Three Pilots.—Oq Friday se'nnight, a Cowes pilot-boat was seen standing off Freshwater Bay. afterwards appeared that she had board four men, one of whom, a D.-al pilot, named Johnson, bad been received into the Cowes boat from one of the Channel vessels which had piloted. J
January 7, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
A Yotmff Heroine on Shipboard.

A Yotmff Heroine on Shipboard.

The following letter, Capt. ten, master, attendant Madrw, the editor of the Madras Spectator, oircums’antial account of the herioc conduct of Miw Arnold, during late rojag- to A : u The remarkable and most exciting narratire cannot fail to be interesting the public, and, should
January 7, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 

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JAN. CENTR the high< Immediately DESPEB.A.T MAN.—P. feloniously < intent to do that ( had been 4s was ht tiiem.

JAN. CENTR the high< Immediately DESPEB.A.T MAN.—P. feloniously < intent to do that ( had been 4s was ht tiiem.

The demanding t ling had bee of tl coarse i ■auch irrital the money s open life from on the it, and he le prisoner as given it the jury sted under sived. and iously as cht, abou ther Irish rcre conduc passing □ugbed an Wen him nested bin at hit ci icted a se rithout le night ir
January 7, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
central criminal court. Th. January waa opened Monday. AjLiuvo False Pretences,—Wil° Ward 39 and Gavin Richards, SO, were indicted for

central criminal court. Th. January waa opened Monday. AjLiuvo False Pretences,—Wil° Ward 39 and Gavin Richards, SO, were indicted for

‘‘lT, demeanour obtaining money under false pretence.. was person named Arnold who, m "..last was confined Whitecroaa-atrect Pnaon for August l , that lhe defendants had introduced ***•-.L. to him, and, under the pretence that they thf .ft bail for him, obtained 50, from him; th
January 7, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
12, one to 18, and two to two year«. The coins uttered were shillings, half-crowns, crowns, and half-soTcreigns, the larger

12, one to 18, and two to two year«. The coins uttered were shillings, half-crowns, crowns, and half-soTcreigns, the larger

silrer coins and the gold being plated, after casting, by the electrotype process, and it would seem there is a large quantity of this description spurious COih in circulation. point of appearance they are very well calculated to deceive ; but any one (even those not in the habi
January 7, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

back into the kitchen, where his wife renewed the attack with the poker until he was rendered completely helpless and almost insensible. The other two prisoners took no actual t the assault, but excited the others continue their violent conduct, until they appeared exhausted wit
January 7, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
against him, and some for forging Bank of England notes. was, however, no sooner out man began again, an I

against him, and some for forging Bank of England notes. was, however, no sooner out man began again, an I

towards the autumn of the past year was apprehended at Newport, Hants, and lodged from whence he effected escape, but description of him being telegraphed to Hull was retaken, and subsequently placed upon his trial for the offence and acquitted. The authorities, however, down th
January 7, 1849 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England