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TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE SUN.

am the son of an agricultural labourer, being one of a family of eleven children. The privations and difficulties the family had to encounter may be assumed. At an agricultural meeting, some ten years ago, my worthy father obtained a prize of three pounds for good conduct (that
January 31, 1849 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
EXPLOSION OF A GASOMETER.

EXPLOSION OF A GASOMETER.

About half-past three o'clock on Thursday afternoon, a most occurrence took place at the works of the Edinburgh Gas Company, which resulted in the almost entire destruction of the splendid new gasometer lately erected, adjoining the working premises of the company, in the North
January 29, 1849 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

The Sir Robert Peel, Inverkfithing to Mauritius, was spoken with ult. lat. 21. S. long. 23. W. by H. M. S. Dido, arrived at Portsmouth. The Jumna, of Liverpool, for Calcutta, 22d Oct. lat. 34. S. long. 16. W. ; Margaret, of Glasgow, for Bombay, 26th Oct. lat. 36. long. 5. ; Culd
January 29, 1849 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THEATRE ROYAL, EDINBURGH. This present Evening. MONDAY, January 29, 1849, Will be revived Shakspeare's Tracedv, in Five Acts, entitled ROMEO

THEATRE ROYAL, EDINBURGH. This present Evening. MONDAY, January 29, 1849, Will be revived Shakspeare's Tracedv, in Five Acts, entitled ROMEO

AND JULIET. Juliet by Miss HELEN FAUCIT. After which, ~ THE WATERMAN. Tom Tug by Young Gentleman, being his Second Appearance on any Stage. Tomorrow Evadne, Evadr.e Miss Helen Faccit, with the New Ballet Der Chamois Yager. The Mircukt ispublished •>n Monday* ami Thursdays Price.
January 29, 1849 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

SATURDAY EV13NING. The funds presented quite as active and ascending an aspect as yesterday. Consols were repeatedly done at 914 for this account, and at the same time were 913 bueers for money. For the March account some speculative purchases were made at 92, bat these it may b
January 29, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 

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POLICE.—YESTERDAY.

POLICE.—YESTERDAY.

FOLICE.-YESTERDAY. CLETUENWELL.-CHAtO: o1' HO stSE STELALNG,-1 Ri. Altehowyc was charged with stealing a mare, value 301.- Mr. Je-uningas sid that a fewv days ego a man of gentlemanly appearance calle-l at the stables of witness's uncle, in Seymour-mnews, Maryleb(ns, and hiren th
January 31, 1849 - London Daily News - London, London, England
 
DERBYSHIRE GENERAL INFIRMARY, Jan. 29.

DERBYSHIRE GENERAL INFIRMARY, Jan. 29.

In.Patients admitted - II Out-Patients admitted - 29 Ditto discharged - - 19 Ditto discharged - - 21 Ditto accidents - 0 Ditto accidents - .1 Ditto dead On the Books 276 In the House - 91! Inoculated for Cow Pock HOUSE VISITORS FOR THE NEXT WEEK: Mr. T. Cox and Rev. H. R. Crewe.
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MARRIAGES. On Thursday, the Jt>th inst., at Stanton-by-Bridge, in this county, the Rev. T. W. Whitaker, M.A., rector, Mr. Edward

MARRIAGES. On Thursday, the Jt>th inst., at Stanton-by-Bridge, in this county, the Rev. T. W. Whitaker, M.A., rector, Mr. Edward

Katcliff, to Emma, youngest daughter of Mr. On Wednesday, the 24th inst., Allestree, by the Rev. John Hullatt, William, youngest son of Mr. James Dyer, Cross, Somerset, to Louisa, daughter of Mr. Thos. Woolley, of Allestree. At Belper, Wednesday last, Mr. James Vardy, Grassmore,
January 31, 1849 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Court anD »IBD Aifr.

Court anD »IBD Aifr.

Court »IBD Aifr. Visit tbb Qc«*»i ll*«e*MT«».— l* «• probable (bat bcr Majesty wIU pay rlalt to Manchester during tue uresenl year. period will in tbe autumn, after Hie close of the ensuing sess.on of Parliament, during tbe progress her Majesty to or frorr. Balmoral Castle in Sco
January 31, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
Countj> Jletoo.

Countj> Jletoo.

The Ten Hocrx’ Bill in Mancheetsb The hand* generally are atill well employed; but there are few of the who are deCarnttoed to violate the Ten Hours' Bill by working upon the system of relays, aud, notwithstanding whatever may be said by the political economists, the workpeople
January 31, 1849 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England