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nH E PA L LA G AL LI C A.- Ill ;,NOVEL INVINTION.-We have bees favoured with a view of tie machinery for the manufacture ofa new cloth, in- troduced by Messrs Fletcher, of Bond-street, for their winter overcoat, the I Palla Gallica.' This valuable invention combines the power oft
January 21, 1849 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GREAT FINANCIAL REFORM MEETING AT MANCHESTER.

GREAT FINANCIAL REFORM MEETING AT MANCHESTER.

Oik- tin- most numerous and enthusiastic meetings over held in the Free Trade Hall, Manchester, took place on Wednesday evening last, to consider the question Financial The Chairman, Geo. Wilson. Esq., in opening the proceedings, said was glad to see that really monster meeting,
January 17, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
At the first native confirmation, held in the cathedra of Calcutta, males and females from Baripur, Thakapuka, Ramnagur, Mirzapur, and

At the first native confirmation, held in the cathedra of Calcutta, males and females from Baripur, Thakapuka, Ramnagur, Mirzapur, and

Agarpara were confirmed. The bishop delivered address on the occasion, which was translated into Bengali by the Rev. T. Sandys. Influence Teachers.—Mr. Williams, late M.P. for Coventry, in a second letter on education in Wales, remarks —" The influence of sectarian education is,
January 17, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MUSIC AT THE TWILIGHT HOUR. ! music—in the twilight hour, Sweet music ere part, Like dew upon the evening flower,

MUSIC AT THE TWILIGHT HOUR. ! music—in the twilight hour, Sweet music ere part, Like dew upon the evening flower,

'Twill sink into my heart ! music—in that peaceful hour. When all the cares day. Like clouds dissolving in a shower, I)isperse beneath its sway. Oh ! music the happy hour When every ruder sound Is hush'd home's domestic bower, And friends are gathered round. ! music—in the pensi
January 17, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FINANCIAL REFORM—MEETING AT MANCHESTER.

FINANCIAL REFORM—MEETING AT MANCHESTER.

FINANCIAL REFO M-lMEETING AT MAZNCVRESTER. | I ?? Tk-.l-~es Manchester, Thursdlay. On Wednesday night, n public meeting of the Liberal electors and others. irfhabitantsrf ianchester and the neighoinurhond, vas held in the Free-trade Flail, at half-past seven o'cloclk; MIr. (. Wil
January 15, 1849 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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January 17, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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January 17, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
AND JOURNAL OF HORTICULTURE.

AND JOURNAL OF HORTICULTURE.

ON WINTER FLOWERING PLANTS. (Continued from page 10.) Before leaving the natural order of the gesnerads, e whioh we, in a very considerable degree, owe the brilliancy of display in our stoves at all seasons, I would notice the Gloxinia discolor, a very distinct 'posies; distinct
January 17, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
GREENHOUSE AND CONSERVATORY.

GREENHOUSE AND CONSERVATORY.

Beep up a supply of flowering plants for these departments, so as to keep them gay and cheerful : neatness and order should prevail to a greater extent than is usually the case. Such plants as show a disposition to begin growing should be carefully examined: and if in want of sh
January 17, 1849 - North British Agriculturist - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
UPSET-PRICE REDUCED. To be sold by public auction, in the Cocarßoom of Brechiu, on WEDNESDAY', 31st January current, at two

UPSET-PRICE REDUCED. To be sold by public auction, in the Cocarßoom of Brechiu, on WEDNESDAY', 31st January current, at two

o'clock afternoon, NET SURPLUS RENT of £lBO 13s. 10.1., payable from the Farm of East Pittendriech, in the parish of Brechin, during the life of the principal Tenant, whose age is 71; ■long with two POLICIES of INSURANCE on his Life in the Scottish Widows' Fund, amounting to £BO
January 19, 1849 - Montrose Standard - Montrose, Angus, Scotland