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THE SILK TRADE.

THE SILK TRADE.

[We call the attention of our readers particularly to the following important article from a London paper.] To „ Eso., M.P. Siu, — You did me the honour to call at my ware- house tome time back, for the purpose of gaining information relative to our trade, which I promised you I
January 4, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
COURT CIRCULAR.

COURT CIRCULAR.

WINDSOR, Thursday. The Queen and his Royal Highness walked this morning in the Home Park. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and the younger branches of the Royal Family walked and rode in the Home Park. The Baron Andrian left the Castle this morning for London. The Chevalie
January 5, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

TATTERSALL'S— Thursday. Business was confined to the following bets: — Metropolitan Handicap. 500 to 15 agst Mr. J. B. Day's Tartar. Chester Cup. 1000 to 15 agst Mr. Gregory's Clermont. Derby. 1000 to 30 agst Lord Stanley's Strongbow. 1000 — 15 — Lord Exeter's Silistria colt. 20
January 5, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE STANDARD. FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5.

THE STANDARD. FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5.

January 5, 1849 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CORNWALL EPXPKAUT BSSSIOKS.

CORNWALL EPXPKAUT BSSSIOKS.

These Seasions were opened oa Tuesday last, at Bodmin, do. ; fore the following Magistrates :— J. K. Lbthbeidge, Esq., Chairman ; Sir W. L. S. Tralawny, Bart. C. Prideaux Broae, Esq. The Earl of St. Germans, R. O. Rennet, Esq. The Hon. G. M. Fortescne, W. P. Kempe, Esq. Sir W. M
January 5, 1849 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
r! v ptper ■» eß tlons that a rich fanner of Miuiby Tre- :°jwe occasion of his two daughters' marriages,

r! v ptper ■» eß tlons that a rich fanner of Miuiby Tre- :°jwe occasion of his two daughters' marriages,

enter- B a a goests ' With an oz * four ?? ■** sheep, twenty a* a ?? of *b*e ; and, next day, all tbe poor were * ao w * i ted upon by tbe newly-married couples.
January 5, 1849 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
The Yen. ArchdeHcon Brymer.—lt gives us sincere pleasure to publish the following letter, addressed to Archdeacon Brymer, New Year's Day,

The Yen. ArchdeHcon Brymer.—lt gives us sincere pleasure to publish the following letter, addressed to Archdeacon Brymer, New Year's Day,

by the Rural Deans of the Diocese Bath and Wells : Dear Mr. Archdeacon, We bee to intimate" to you that it is proposed to place stained-glass window In choir of the Cathedral Church Weils, by a large*noly of the clergy and laity of the diocese, who hope by this means to express
January 4, 1849 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To the Editor oj the Bath Chronicle. Mr. Editor,—Allow me space in your valuable paper to call attention, at this

To the Editor oj the Bath Chronicle. Mr. Editor,—Allow me space in your valuable paper to call attention, at this

season, to the great saving «hich would accrue Unions, with increased comfort to the inmates of Workhouses, if Poor Law Guardians would direct bed-ticks in these es.ablishuienis to be filled with the dry leaves of the HtECH These trees abound in most localities, and the leaves m
January 4, 1849 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
RADSTOCK TURNPIEE^UST NOTICE is hereby Given, TRUSTEES of these Turnpike Roads heir £ENERAL ANNUAL MEETING at>Je. GAUNTLETS INN KILMERS DON,

RADSTOCK TURNPIEE^UST NOTICE is hereby Given, TRUSTEES of these Turnpike Roads heir £ENERAL ANNUAL MEETING at>Je. GAUNTLETS INN KILMERS DON,

on TffIr«SDAY, he First Day of February next, o Clock the Forenoon. order the 1 rustees, J CHARLES NAPPER, Clerk. Charlton, near Radstock, 4th Jan., 1849. [41_ TITeTaNCET for 1849. MEDICAL LEGISLATION.— RIGHTS ALL CLASSES MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.— THE NEW MEDICAL BILL. THE Numbers
January 4, 1849 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
NOTICE OF REMOVAL. FLAIG & ALEXANDER, WATCHMAKERS and JEWELLERS, BEG to inform their numerous Friends and the Public, that they

NOTICE OF REMOVAL. FLAIG & ALEXANDER, WATCHMAKERS and JEWELLERS, BEG to inform their numerous Friends and the Public, that they

have REMOVED from Somerset Buildings to a more Central Situation, viz., "VICTORIA HOUSE," OLD BOND STREET, (Top of Union Street,) where they hope, by unremitting attention, to secure continuance of the patronage hitherto so liberally bestowed, Flak; and Alexander offer to the pu
January 4, 1849 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England