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THE LONDON GAZETTES.

THE LONDON GAZETTES.

I T TUESDAY, JANUARY 9. BANruanprclns ANNULLED.-J. Jackson, Clifford, Hereford. shire, farmer. C. P. Dowuman, Birchin-lane, gunpowder and guano merchant. BANrsurTs.-R. Rees. Duke-street, Westminster. boot and shoe manufacturer. 3. D. M. Azbuthxot, Great St. Helen's, merchant. W.
January 14, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Faim Two Hanks Wrexham.—'The gentry and inhabitants of Wrexham have been astounded the stoppage of the two old hanks —those

Faim Two Hanks Wrexham.—'The gentry and inhabitants of Wrexham have been astounded the stoppage of the two old hanks —those

Mr. Kend- , rick and .Mr. Uojd. The hank of Mr. Kciidrick was first closed, and an otter was made his creditors of l is. j ' the pound. After several meetings of the creditors, it s . was ascertained that f»d. realized, and ac- eordiugly creditors have generally signified tlieir
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY VAGRANT OFFICE.

DERBY VAGRANT OFFICE.

Rki irvko muring the Week—Men, 7 ; Women, 9; Children, II; Total, 27.—Amount of Expense, Is. djd.
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
STANZAS. 8m ! the golden sunlight fading Far behind the mountain's brow See! the twilight shadows shading, Veil in gloom

STANZAS. 8m ! the golden sunlight fading Far behind the mountain's brow See! the twilight shadows shading, Veil in gloom

the heavens now. So fades pure and sadly bright The last, faint lingering ray of light From the young brow—ah ! who would bid it stay. When love, that sweetens life, hath passed away V* See ! the waving ocean flowing O'er the gallant seaman's grave ; See! the diamond dewdrops gl
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
The Royal College of Surgeons of England lias recognised the Liverpool College of Chemistry. .Jenny I.ind, it is rumoured, is

The Royal College of Surgeons of England lias recognised the Liverpool College of Chemistry. .Jenny I.ind, it is rumoured, is

about retire from the The circulation of forged notes of the Rank of England appears to greatly on the increase, and it would seem they are exceedingly well executed, so much as to deceive good judges. The Daily assumes that, at the extravagant rate the Ecclesiastical Commission
January 24, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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Tuesday night's Gazetle contains order in council assigning a particular district to the consecrated Church of St. John, Alkmonton, Longford,

Tuesday night's Gazetle contains order in council assigning a particular district to the consecrated Church of St. John, Alkmonton, Longford,

Derbyshire, diocese of Lichfield.
January 24, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PRESENTATION OF PLATE TO MR. JOSEPH POTTER, OF HORSLEY WOODHOUSE HILLTOP.

PRESENTATION OF PLATE TO MR. JOSEPH POTTER, OF HORSLEY WOODHOUSE HILLTOP.

A meeting rate-payers and number friends, atiout seventy, took place at Airs. Pearson's, the New Inn, llorsii'j A\ood house, Thursday last, when excellent dinner was provided tor the occasion, present Mr. I otter that place, with splendid testimonial plate, : consisting ot a sil
January 24, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BAGGED SCHOOL, IN DERBY.

BAGGED SCHOOL, IN DERBY.

A Bagged School for the children of the pour, who are prevented through want decent clothing from attending any other place of instruction, was opened in this town, on Monday evening last, in Back Parker-street, leading out of Lodgelane. The behaviour the children was most order
January 10, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE GOLD MINES OF CALIFORNIA.

THE GOLD MINES OF CALIFORNIA.

The last accounts from the United States remove all kind of doubt as the prodigious productiveness of the gold mines " diggings" iu California, —for as yet operations a scientific scale have undertaken as to the purity the metal. Large quantities of gold dust had been received b
January 10, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DERBY UNION.

DERBY UNION.

(Week ending lith day Jan., 1849.) Admitted. I.'); discharged. ; dead, ; remaining. Number relieved out-door last week. .'507 numher relieved 1 out-door this week. .'HN>. Outdoor relief the week ending above—ln money, 161. Bs. (id. ; in kind, l-|l. lis. 6d. ; Total, 311. <N. od.
January 10, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England