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HORNCASTLE.

HORNCASTLE.

Tbe Wesley sms of this town have special services the commencement of every year. We understand that tba attendance the meetings which have been held unusually large. On Tuesday, the Sunday-school anniversary was held. Early the afternoon three hundred children sat down to tea,
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
DItiMTT OF THE MATOR VfrtlU DIGRITT OF THE CORPORA'

DItiMTT OF THE MATOR VfrtlU DIGRITT OF THE CORPORA'

DItiMTT THE MATOR VfrtlU DIGRITT THE CORPORA' Mr. Botes moved an allowance to the Meyor's officers of Xl 5 for clothes. The motion having been seconded. Mr. said be would not be deterred the gross person attack which had been made upon him from expressing his sentiments on this m
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
MARKET-WEIGHTON.

MARKET-WEIGHTON.

Charge Destroying Sheep—A man. named William Hall, dealer io fallen cattle, has been committed for trial the next York assizes, on charge of having wilfully destroyed some sheep, the property of Mr. Thomas Green, farmer, of Goodu.anham Wold. is believed that his object iu killin
January 5, 1849 - Hull Advertiser and Exchange Gazette - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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Ola vr (a 4r*.

At Hawick, the 20th ultimo, by the Her. J. A. Wah lace, Mr. Win. Bell, stockingmaker, to Elizabeth Bell. At Hawick, on the 21Hh ultimo, the Rev. Mr. Macrae, Mr. John Combs, stocking maker, to* Margaret Graham. At Place, Hawick, on die **Jtli ultimo, by the Rev. David Stevenson,
January 5, 1849 - Kelso Chronicle - Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
IMI'KUIAL AVERAUKk.

IMI'KUIAL AVERAUKk.

last WlsaatiUariar Oats. Wskk Ekutlo s. d. a. 0. s. d. Kor.ld SI Nor. 25, « 33 20 Doe. 50 S 10 >1 Dec. 0, - 2 10 5 Due. 111, 31 4 II Dvr. 23, 4 13 Agincgale Ararageuf Ilia weeks wbiah regulates duty 7 32 3, kya. Baaaa , Reas. a. d. s, s. d. lu 40 « W lo I 40 6 31 S3 40 5 K 2 SO
January 5, 1849 - Kelso Chronicle - Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland
 
RAILWAY NEWS.

RAILWAY NEWS.

BAIL WA Y NE S. There was little business doing ito shares, but the market may be reported as rather heavy, though prices mark with, little variation. LoyvEipooL.-The market was slightly im~proved..-- MAX01IMETERc-There was a moderate busineos done, but prices -were, on the wholk
January 5, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
GLASGOW PAROCHIAL BOARD.

GLASGOW PAROCHIAL BOARD.

GLA.kSGOW PAROCHIAL BOARD. sr A meeting of the Board was held on Tuesday-Archibald y M'Lemllan, Esq., in the chair. ls ROUSE COMMsITTEE. Of The rinutes of this committee were read, which stated that re Mr. Poynton, superintendent of the able-bodied inmates of the "I Clyde Street
January 5, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ANTED, the DUNDEE and ARBROATH RAILWAY COMPANY, a sum of £10,000, in sums of not less than £500; interest at

ANTED, the DUNDEE and ARBROATH RAILWAY COMPANY, a sum of £10,000, in sums of not less than £500; interest at

the rate of five per cent. Apply to Shiell and Small, Dundee. PROPERTIES UPPER PLEASANCE FOR SALE. THE PROPERTIES which hare been advertised to be exposed as for sale to-morrow, under this heading, will all in the mean time withdrawn, and no exposure will take place. 3 Bank Stre
January 5, 1849 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

OF GOWRIP an «i • pressure for Denaeau ° f 170 feet 29.377 inches, variations i tern 38,98 de rees but the alternated PeratUre most remarkable, for one day * fresh weather; and i ' tQerm O'neterreacheds7degrees, ank of the T»" 20 L °w Carse, 14 at the of hoar frit p Braes ' abov
January 5, 1849 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
riIHE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS of SATURDAY, Jan. 0. contains the following tine Engrav ings :—Gold Washing (six illustrations), Old Style

riIHE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS of SATURDAY, Jan. 0. contains the following tine Engrav ings :—Gold Washing (six illustrations), Old Style

and New Style— The Mails atd the Rails (two engravings)—The President’s New Year’s Levee at Paris—Rome, drawn by Leitch—Albert Durer, from a Picture by himself—New Schools at Kentish Town—Launch of the Meanee, at Bombay: Portrait of the Native Builder —" Lamb and Flag Ragged Sch
January 5, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England