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P TALLlON.—Pedigree of YOUNG Drinkwater the property of Mr. Charles "id and? £ even aks - Great Budwbrth, near North-

P TALLlON.—Pedigree of YOUNG Drinkwater the property of Mr. Charles "id and? £ even aks - Great Budwbrth, near North-

Stallion ftda^i obtained tne P rize £«• t Liveroool A P ri, d ,fi' r ro , P«fP° the Manchester and Sh^ten^ i a^ at Liverpool, on tbe hands'hhrh k Ed , a dark brown horse, stands 16 br e by tne P resent o«'"er, and was got by Pronert v eti Prince Edward, the , D,ck Andrewa . her
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ZINC from the VIEILLE MONTAGNE MINING COMPANY' is the purest known; free from alloy of iron, lead, or sulphur. It

ZINC from the VIEILLE MONTAGNE MINING COMPANY' is the purest known; free from alloy of iron, lead, or sulphur. It

is supplied Spelter, for Brass Founders, Sic, and Sheots, for roofings of all kinds, and nails of all dimensions. Zinc, from 20 to 24 oz. per square foot, is generally used for roofings, which come at least one thiiakcheaper than slate coverings; and if the Zinc roof/ are of the
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ALPACA TRAVELLING WRAPPERSj/PONCHOS, CARRIAGE RUGS, &c, all the ne^ P. a colours; also Smith Ofbb's PATENT EUKNEMIDA and GAITERS; at

ALPACA TRAVELLING WRAPPERSj/PONCHOS, CARRIAGE RUGS, &c, all the ne^ P. a colours; also Smith Ofbb's PATENT EUKNEMIDA and GAITERS; at

PXDDALLB CHRONOTHACM SHIWP'ESCABLISHMEXT. 137, Market-street. , DRAPERS VISITING MANCHESTER. EBLANE and CO. produce Braided and/E2ibroidered MANTLES and DRESSES 61* to ef^eamsgate. ' & ma,y be at tn surpassing any house out of London. THE p A T E NT CLOTH WADDING, which/suijrelv
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SHREWSBURY AND BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY COMPANY.—REMOVAL OP OFFICES. On and after lst October next, the busjfeess the Shrewsbury and Birmingham Railway

SHREWSBURY AND BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY COMPANY.—REMOVAL OP OFFICES. On and after lst October next, the busjfeess the Shrewsbury and Birmingham Railway

will be transacted at their new offices, all communications are requested to be direcledAo/ CKXRtEKNOX, Secretary. London, 8, Moorgate-street, Sept. 25th, 1849. WHITEHAVEN & FURNESS JUNCTION RAILWAY.—EIGHTH CALL OF PER SHARE —Notice hereby given, that in pursuance of a resolutio
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STIVENS'S Original GREEN GINGER WINE, PATRONISED BY ROYALTY. The superiority and increased demand of STIVENS'S ORIGINAL GREEN GINGER WINE has

STIVENS'S Original GREEN GINGER WINE, PATRONISED BY ROYALTY. The superiority and increased demand of STIVENS'S ORIGINAL GREEN GINGER WINE has

called forth host of imitations. This wine has met the approval of the faculty, who pronounce it the best British Cordial extant. It is prepared with ingredients the greatest .perfeofiett.-? A caution therefore necessary to prevent disappointment. Observe the name, "John Stiv/ns
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BURNET'S (Bishop* History of His Own Times, illustrated 1 c. 0 , Portraits, 2 vols, super royal Bvo, (published £2

BURNET'S (Bishop* History of His Own Times, illustrated 1 c. 0 , Portraits, 2 vols, super royal Bvo, (published £2

cloth, £l 1838 BURNET'S (Bishop) History of His Own Times, 1 toI, super BURNETS (Bishop) History of the Reformation ofthe Church of England, by Dr. Nares, with frontispiece and twenty-two Portraits India , roofs, vols, imperial Bvo, (published at ±6 6s) cloth, £2 lfis BURNET'S (
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY.-TO IRONFOUNDERS, &c.—The Directors of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company will meet at the Offices, Hunt's

ANCASHIRE & YORKSHIRE RAILWAY.-TO IRONFOUNDERS, &c.—The Directors of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company will meet at the Offices, Hunt's

Bank, Manchester, on Tuesday, the 16th October next, to RECEIVE TENDERS for the Supply of certain Turntables, Traversing Frames, Switches and Crossings. Water Cranes, and/V/tee-Piping, required for the Extension Line Tithebar/-s>feef,>*iverpool.—Fur- particulars, and forms of pr
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
HOLGATE and CO., Door, are in WANT of respectable APPRENTICE to the Tea and Grocery Trade. /. / y WANTED,

HOLGATE and CO., Door, are in WANT of respectable APPRENTICE to the Tea and Grocery Trade. /. / y WANTED,

an AGENCY" for the Sate of Grey Calicoes or party who has had some experience.—Address J a/llyrjlrinter's. WANTED, REPRESENTATIVE of ability, by a Chemical ooWenv. Unexceptionable reference and security required l Address J 1!9, the printer's. / fy / A YOUNG MAN is desiroas of o
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL MANCHESTER. THIS EVENING (Saturday), October 6, 1849, Mr. MACRE ADY'S FAREWELL APPEARANCE MANCHESTER, prior to his Retirement from

THEATRE ROYAL MANCHESTER. THIS EVENING (Saturday), October 6, 1849, Mr. MACRE ADY'S FAREWELL APPEARANCE MANCHESTER, prior to his Retirement from

the Stage, in Shakspere Tragedy of HAMLET. Hamlet Mr. Macready. After the Tragedy. Mr. MACREADY will TAKE HIS FAREYY ELL of the Manchester Audience. Mrs. G O V E R will COMMENCE her FAREWELL. ENGAGEMENT of SIX NiGHTS, prior to her Rrtirimdht fcpm the Stage, On MONDAY NEXT, Oat.
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
j&alep Auction. - Fine ort wine, in Bottle. By T. M. FISHER and SON, on Tuesday next, the 9th October,

j&alep Auction. - Fine ort wine, in Bottle. By T. M. FISHER and SON, on Tuesday next, the 9th October,

1849, at the Exchange Sale Rooms, Manchester. Sale to commence punctually at three o'clock the afternoon: ONE Hundred and Sixty-three Dozens of Fine Old PORT WINE, the property of late Arm in the country, and the last portion of their carefullvselected vintages. The whole-*!* th
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England