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Public Health Act, 184-8, (11 & Viot. o. 63.) NOTICE. WHEREAS, Pursuance of the Publio Health Ant. 1848. the General

Public Health Act, 184-8, (11 & Viot. o. 63.) NOTICE. WHEREAS, Pursuance of the Publio Health Ant. 1848. the General

Board of Health have directed EDWARD CEESY, Esquire, one of tbe Superintending Inspectors appointed for th. purposes of the said Act to visit the Borough of NEW WINDSOR, tho County cf Berks, and there to make public enquiry and examine witnesses with respect the matters followin
February 24, 1849 - Bucks Herald - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

On Friday last, as a cart belonging to Canldhame was passing under the viaduct at the end of the New Bridge, a train happened to approach, which sostarlled the horse that he run off, throwing the driver from the cart upon his head, by which he was seriously hurt, and a woman als
January 18, 1849 - Stirling Observer - Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
MARKETS, &c.

MARKETS, &c.

STIRLING. Corn Exchange, Jan. 12.—This day's supply of grain amounted to 1140 bolls, viz.—llB wheat, 116 barley, oats, 427 beans, and 12 loads meal. Sales were slowly effected, but a complete clearance was made. Wheat is Is on top, and sjd on the average lower. Barley is Gd on t
January 18, 1849 - Stirling Observer - Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
DOMESTIC NEWS.

DOMESTIC NEWS.

Tra?ismission of the Queen's Speech Telegraph.—On Thursday the Queen's Speech was transmitted from the central station at Lothbury to all the secondary telegraph centres with greater rapidity and precision than on the occasion of the previous session, when its transmission for t
February 8, 1849 - Stirling Observer - Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
IRISH NEWS.

IRISH NEWS.

The Stale Prisoners in Kilmainham. —" We understand." says the Freeman's Journal, that some most extraordinary work has been going on in Kilmainham during the last few days. What the precise nature of it has been we have not as yet ascertained ; but rumour says that most unheard
February 8, 1849 - Stirling Observer - Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
DEPARTURES.

DEPARTURES.

- C. F. Berkeley, George Hotel, for Berkeley Castle J - and Lady Kingston James and fam., Bays Hill Ter., for North Wales Charitie, George Hotel, for Berkeley Castle Imperial Hotel, for Lutterworth Hinde, Plough Hotel, for Bath - Crichell, R.N., George Hotel, for London • G. Tod
February 24, 1849 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
The Teeth and Gums. "DARTIES desirous of Preserving their Teeth ■*- and Gums a sound and healthy state, should use

The Teeth and Gums. "DARTIES desirous of Preserving their Teeth ■*- and Gums a sound and healthy state, should use

the Myrrh and Borax prepared with de Cologne, and also the Anti-Acid Dentifrice, the ingredients of which preparations are recommended by the first Metropolitan and Provincial Dentists of the age. Sold by Smith (late Lea, Perrins, and Smith,) 373, High Street, Cheltenham/?
February 24, 1849 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
NEWS OF THE WEEK.

NEWS OF THE WEEK.

thl' T Family—The Queen. Prinre Albert, Munilav - left Osborne. Isle Wight, on ?*i I ,er ooon o'clock, ciossed to Gosport iv the f ' ,P r, ' to town by a special train ou the South o'clock lway arriv ' at* Buckingham Palace at six Pla Vs , ,ht; eniMg. Her Majesty honoured the Fr
March 24, 1849 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
HOPS. MALT. BREWERS. &C.

HOPS. MALT. BREWERS. &C.

HOPS. MALT. BREWERS. &c. A very comprehensive paper has just been printed and issued, in return to three orders of the House of Con*snorts, ruoved for by Mr Alderman Humphery, which embraces a number interesting particulars relating to matters connected with the hrewing trade. Ho
March 24, 1849 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
YOU May' it., YEL'! TJ OLL<) AY'S INTM X T. AJL cuke rheumatism and RHEUMATIC GOUT. Extract Letter from. Mr.

YOU May' it., YEL'! TJ OLL<) AY'S INTM X T. AJL cuke rheumatism and RHEUMATIC GOUT. Extract Letter from. Mr.

Thomas Ihunton, Landlord of the Waterloo Tavern. Coatharn. Yorkshire, late the Li Guards, dated September A 1848, To Professor Sir, For a long time I was martyr Rheumatism and Rheumatic Gout, and for ten weeks previous using your medicines, 1 was bad as not be aide to walk. had
March 24, 1849 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England