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Financial Reform Movement

Financial Reform Movement

GREAT MEETING MANCHESTER. This important meeting, so long announced and warmly anticipated, took place in the Free Trade Hall on Wednesday evening. It was alike extraordinary for numbers and enthusiasm. Great as was the solicitude occasionally evinced during the Free Trade Movem
January 13, 1849 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Manufacturing Markets.

Manufacturing Markets.

Manchester.—ln twist there very little doing the shippers, who contine themselves making assortments; a little under the highest rates. Yarns lor home manufacture continue to in better request than those for exportation, and the prices of some kinds are still hardening. In goods
January 13, 1849 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
No charge is made for the insertion of Births. Marriages, or Deaths, in the Norfolk Sews— but announcement is admitted

No charge is made for the insertion of Births. Marriages, or Deaths, in the Norfolk Sews— but announcement is admitted

without the name and address the party sending it. Sirti)<s. On Saturday last, at Gorleston, the wife the Rev Joseph Pise, of son. On Monday, December 23th, at Carleton Rode, William B. Rush, Sarah, daughter of Robert Bugg, all the above place. On Monday. January lsr. Starston.
January 13, 1849 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

Corn Bxch*(*g«. Jt». B.—L»»t eremng rapid thaw wt in and a conudarable quantity of rain fell during the night and thi* mormug. The damp Mate of the atmoaphere acted unfavourably the aamplea of grain eihibited at Marklane to-dav. The ahow of Wheat by land carriage from the home c
January 13, 1849 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
The NEW VOLUME 0/ Mr. G. P R. JAMES'S Work*, for Jan**iy. being the |y/A. ntntitft of ARABELLA STI ART

The NEW VOLUME 0/ Mr. G. P R. JAMES'S Work*, for Jan**iy. being the |y/A. ntntitft of ARABELLA STI ART

Kuicance. frooi Enftlish Hit* lory, with a Plate Henry Adltrd. Hvo. Kt. cloth, lettered. London : Simpkint Marshall, and Co. *' etlmate Mr. James'* abililiet at renaoce writer highly ; h work* are litcly and lolcretting, and ammaied by a *pirit of •oand and healthy morality 10 f
January 13, 1849 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
UNRESERVED SALE OF

UNRESERVED SALE OF

UNRESERVED SALE EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Ac., AT 9*. HIGH STREET. HIRMISG A V, Tußar Doors thf Swan Hotel. TO bt- SOLD by AUCTION, by JOS. SHILTON, on THURSDAY NEXT, the of January, on the above Premises, where they bsve been removed for'ihe convenience of sale—a quantity E
January 13, 1849 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
HIhMtNfiHAM. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION.

HIhMtNfiHAM. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION.

CALLUM’S HOKSE & CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, BY Mr. WILLIAM CALL I' M, at his Repository, No. 1, Cbeaptide, Birmingham, on THURSDAY, 2'»lh day ofJiuiaar* insuot—tlir following Stud HORSES, th* properly of a Gentleman, well known in I^iceateiabiro ••JERRY.' BAY OELDINO. aix veam old. Yo
January 13, 1849 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CELEBRATED THROUGHOUT THE GLOBE.

CELEBRATED THROUGHOUT THE GLOBE.

TT OLLOWAY’S OINTMENT. CUKE OF ULCERS WHERE THERE EXISTED DISEASED Extract of Letter from Mr. James Wetmore. Hampton, Now Brunswick, dated February, 10th, 1847. To Messrs. Peters and Tilley. OKNTLXur.v.—I feel it but due to Professor Holloway to inform yon. bis Agents for this P
January 13, 1849 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE MEMORABLE EUROPEAN EVENTS OF 1848. , , HK SUPPLEMENT to JERROLDS WEEKLY NEWS being still very much in demand,

THE MEMORABLE EUROPEAN EVENTS OF 1848. , , HK SUPPLEMENT to JERROLDS WEEKLY NEWS being still very much in demand,

a succinct and excellent resume of the past eaentful year, can be bad with any current number of the Paper, free per post, by paying 3d. extra. Order of any Newsman, specifying with Supplement, IW."
January 13, 1849 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NEWARK COUNTY COURT, Jan. 8.

NEWARK COUNTY COURT, Jan. 8.

Before Rd. William, Esq , Judge. There were not many case* for adjudication, and most of them were actions on contract, which were quietly disposed of. The only ease that attracted any attention was ttiet of Geo Pettinger v. Thomas Bethel Hayes. Tb* plaintiff ia surgeon, and occ
January 12, 1849 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England