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STATE OF TRADE....—.—«.

STATE OF TRADE....—.—«.

STATE OF TRADE. .. — . — «. (From thc Manchester Guardian, of Yesterday.) Manchester — There has been a comparatively small attendance of spinners and manufacturers upou 'Change | to-day ; and the transactions in yarns and goods have been j of very limited extent. In prices, howe
January 4, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
GOSSIP OF THE WEEK.

GOSSIP OF THE WEEK.

A meeting for the formation of an Association of Insurance against railway accidents, has been held the London Tavern. Mr. Cobb, the projector of the scheme, attended to explain his views, lie pointed out that the whole tendency locomotion now being towards railways, the whole p
January 4, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE EPIPHANY SESSIONS.

THE EPIPHANY SESSIONS.

TREATMENT OF INSANE PERSONS IN PRIVATE ASYLUMS. (From onr R-p rtrr.i Gloucester, Tuesday. —A subject great local importance and one which is just now exciting profound interest this county has to-day been brought before the Court of Quarter Sessions at their Epiphany sitting in
January 4, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
MARKET CHRONICLE.

MARKET CHRONICLE.

Corn Exchange, Jan. 1. Throughout the past week the market was well supplied with every description of Grain abroad, the arrivals of our own produce being very inconsiderable; as is usual at the termination of the year transaction* were confined to tlie smallest possible limit,
January 4, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
HJfifIFIEI.D HOUSE SEMINARY, BARTON ROAD, GLOUCESTER. MRS. J. PORTLOCK, in announcing her removal from 77, Barton Street, to the above

HJfifIFIEI.D HOUSE SEMINARY, BARTON ROAD, GLOUCESTER. MRS. J. PORTLOCK, in announcing her removal from 77, Barton Street, to the above

eligible and healthy Premise*, takes this opportunity of thanking those numerous Friends who have hitherto entrusted their Children her care, and begs to inform them and the Public, It is her intention of taking limited number of Boarders. Mrs. P. (who has for several years been
January 4, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SHORT TRAINS. From CHELTENHAM to GLOUCESTER 1180 a.m. 0 p.m. p.m. From GLOUCESTER to CHELTENHAM am

SHORT TRAINS. From CHELTENHAM to GLOUCESTER 1180 a.m. 0 p.m. p.m. From GLOUCESTER to CHELTENHAM am

January 4, 1849 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
CORN EXCHANGE, Monday, JAN. 1. There was limited quantity wheat by land carriage samples from Essex. Kent, aud Suffolk for

CORN EXCHANGE, Monday, JAN. 1. There was limited quantity wheat by land carriage samples from Essex. Kent, aud Suffolk for

this day's market, with a moderate supply of tihrley, and poas, and the iresh arrivals English, Irish, Scotch oats were the wtiol? only to trifling extent. The importations foreign wheat, barley, and oala have been good during the past week. weather has boen of varied character,
January 4, 1849 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
FROM TUESDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE BANKRUPTS.

FROM TUESDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS. Charles Mayer, Mark-lane, city, merchant J Josiah Tibbs, Railway-place, Fenchurch-street, wine merchatiit Frederick Bacbeldor, Queen borough, Kent, hay dealer 9 John Fitzgerald, Portland-place, coal-merchant - Job Spender, Berkeley Villas, Loughborough Park, Brixton,
January 4, 1849 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
There are few, however careless, to whom the dose of the year does not afford matter for grave and solemn

There are few, however careless, to whom the dose of the year does not afford matter for grave and solemn

thought. Years may called the miles of our journey from the cradle to the grave; and the end of each is the stone that reminds of our approach to the term of our pilgrimage. Tt reminds us, ought to remind us, that the period our earthly, probation fart passing a,v<iy, ami more a
January 4, 1849 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
TEETH. KB. A. XOSELY, SXTROEOV DEHTIST, 33, BRISTOL* AND MESSRS. I. MOSELY AND CO., 51, MA RGARET- ST., REGENT-ST., LONDON.

TEETH. KB. A. XOSELY, SXTROEOV DEHTIST, 33, BRISTOL* AND MESSRS. I. MOSELY AND CO., 51, MA RGARET- ST., REGENT-ST., LONDON.

ACQUAINTS his Patients and the Nobility, Gentry, and Public generally of Wiltshire, and vicinity, that he may be consulted usual for the last eight years, -luring the month of January, follows:— At DEVIZES, Thursday the 4th of January, and Thursday the 18th, at Mrs. Earle's, Win
January 4, 1849 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England