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POETRY.

POETRY.

.I WHAT CUPID SAW IN THE MISLETOE BOUGH. Young Love has a fancy inclined to vagaries, Which could we with form and with colour endow, The show might resemble a mask of the fairies, Which Cupid beheld in the Misletoe Bough. All under the leaves tiny couples were WOotog; What beat
January 4, 1849 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXETER SHARE LIST,—JANUARY 2, 1849.

EXETER SHARE LIST,—JANUARY 2, 1849.

EXETER SHARE LIST,-JANUARY 2, 1849. Am OUN4T PAL~s AID DTVDN. PRIOR PErE s;. RILWAS PBX Sit rAN PERn £50 Aberdeen.£_50 -lper c.1 17i V#D IAberdeen ?? ?? ,|4 f 60 2pr. 3e ^24 LOD Bristol and Exeter ?? t3024 331 Bs Thirds. 25 ?? 0 50 Caledonian ?? 5 T t I 10 "1 Preference ?? 7 50 C
January 4, 1849 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY ROBBERY ON THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

EXTRAORDINARY ROBBERY ON THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

: (From the Times of -this day.) A series of robberies of the most extraordinary and extensive'charsicter were perpetrated on the up and down mais traversing the Great Western Railway 'during the night of [ibnday last. In the absence of any official information on the subject, t
January 4, 1849 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Established 1709.]

Established 1709.]

January 4, 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
IMPORTANT TO ALL WHO SING.

IMPORTANT TO ALL WHO SING.

From Mr Edvard Pace. Dirertor the Chair and of at. Peter'* Catholic Church, Itaminslon. June «l. Gentlemen,— Having frequently tutTered from relaxation I been übl.jed reaurt urei»aralion*; hot amce I i «*e h«d the g0...l loriunr to try Cococh’a Pulmonic Wafer*. I now hui obi ice
January 4, 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 

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JUSTICES’ CLERKS’ FEES.

JUSTICES’ CLERKS’ FEES.

Before the trial of any of the prisoners, the Chairman remarked that since last evening this subject bad been duly considered, and that ihcalterations proposed Mr. Benson, and brought liefore the Court by the Rev. J. Pearson, had been agreed to. The following are the principal a
January 4, 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
TRIAL OF PRISONERS.

TRIAL OF PRISONERS.

Stealing Wheat at Abberton.—Jooofi Andtctcs, 27, and Charles Hussell. 14, both labourers, pleaded guilty to a charge of having stolen, on the lllh December last, five and a-half bushels wheat, the property Jonathan Purser, of Ahberton, their employer elder prisoner was sentenced
January 4, 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SAVINGS’ BANK. KIDDKUMINSTER.

SAVINGS’ BANK. KIDDKUMINSTER.

| , HE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the J. OFFICERS of the above Institution will held at the NEW SAVINGS’ BANK, FRIDAY, the 12th INSTANT. W. 11. FLETCHER. Actuary. MAD SKI .LK JKNNV LIND, T MEETING of the Inhabitants of the I \ COUNTY ami CITY of WORCESTER, held at the Guildhall,
January 4, 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
MARKETS. FAIRS, &e.

MARKETS. FAIRS, &e.

H’vrceiler, Dec. 30—Theie »n limited tupplf of whett, •nd tbe **lr. were at cuntne) of Ibu daj ac'nnifbl. Barley nomlnariy unal'tred. Gala »rre tulle at dear, and «r.e qualitiea inquiied for. Ikana alow tale, at fbriner pneet. Beat very dlfieult lo tell. The following are the at
January 4, 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE DVINO GIRL.

THE DVINO GIRL.

THE GIRL. (Inscribed Philip Rose, Esq., the founder of the Hospital for Consumption.) •• Her sun is gone down while it was yet day.’’— Jcr. xv. 9. COK9I.'MPT lON. A beauty clothe* her hectic cheek, A radiance filb that sunken eye, But when her mellow’d accent* speak They make the
January 4, 1849 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England