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January 12, 1849 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.

MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL.

A special meeting of the Town Council of this Borough was held on Wednesday lasr, lor the purpose of electing an Alderman the room of the late James Archboid, Esq. and also to consider certain bills relating the erection of quays on the river Tyne, and tbe proposed transfer of t
January 13, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE COURT AND FASHION.

THE COURT AND FASHION.

Her Majesty and the Prince, and the ladies and gentlemen ol the royal household, attended divine service in the private chapel at Windsor Castle, on Sunday. The Court remains at iiidsor. Der Majesty and the other members of the royal family have been prevented from taking out-do
January 13, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET (YESTERDAY) JANUARY 12.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET (YESTERDAY) JANUARY 12.

Wheat in moderate supply; trade slow, and last week's rates barely maintained. Barley plentiful, and fair demand, without alteration in value. Oats and shelling verv slow sale. Beans and other articles unaltered. Arrivals:—W heat .'923; Barley Oats 745; Beans 736; Peas lid; Kape
January 13, 1849 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Metropolitan & Provincial.

Metropolitan & Provincial.

Re-opening af the Islington Cattle Market.—Tin* mark el— after hiving been closed tor a number of year*—was re-opened on Tuesday, for tbe live stock. Every accommodation was provided for the reception the stock, well as for the convenience the graziers, the promo' term. have how
January 13, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
THE NORFOLK CHRONICLE. We ure very glad lo find the revenue accounts presenting a more cheering aspect; and showing something

THE NORFOLK CHRONICLE. We ure very glad lo find the revenue accounts presenting a more cheering aspect; and showing something

like a return inwards public prosperity. considerable increase on the fiscal year and quarter just ended ; and we hope it is ihe indication a continued advance towards a more favourable position than the one which the finances ofthe country have recently occupied. Some explanati
January 13, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
General Bail-Storm Insurance Society.

General Bail-Storm Insurance Society.

The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Shareholders was held at the Office ofthe Society, Bethel Street, Norwich, on Wednesday last, when the chair was taken by Samuel Bignold, Esq.—The Secretary [Mr. C. 8. Oilman] having read the last year's receipts and disbursements, and also tbe ab
January 13, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Holhways Pill*.—Extraordinary cure of Asthma. —Jeremiah Casey, residing at No. 1, Compton-place, Brunswick-squareJ had suffered from a chronic asthma iurjmm

Holhways Pill*.—Extraordinary cure of Asthma. —Jeremiah Casey, residing at No. 1, Compton-place, Brunswick-squareJ had suffered from a chronic asthma iurjmm

than three years. This poor man was so \jjkST sufferer that he did not dare to to bed for fear the phlegm choking him: indeed, he could not lay his head upon a table tor halt an hour, lest be should be suffocated. Nevertheless this person is now labouring from morning night, sle
January 13, 1849 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, January 9.

LONDON GAZETTE, Tuesday, January 9.

BANKRUPTS -Thomas Driulnn, glass silverer, Brunswickcottage, Pink Village East, Regent's Park, London— Richard shoemaker. Duke-street, Westminster John D'Monte merchant, (ircuf. Saint liclctis City l/mdou Wd- Inim Walter Irving, merchant, Gloucester-street, Bloomsbury, Loudon— J
January 13, 1849 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
CENTRE OF ENGLAND PATENT CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, CHAPEL STREET, ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA. HENRY BEGS to thank the Nobility, Clergy, and Gentry,

CENTRE OF ENGLAND PATENT CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, CHAPEL STREET, ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA. HENRY BEGS to thank the Nobility, Clergy, and Gentry,

with the Farmers and others who have kindly supported him since has Re-Opened the ORIGINAL AND EXTENSIVE PREMISES, so many years occupied by his late Father, and to assure them, that it will be his constant endeavour, at all times, to merit their future patronage. Old Carriage*,
January 13, 1849 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England