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£aU» Auction. Superb Spanishwood Furniture, in excellent conditicta; powerful-toned square Pianoforte, 6-octaves, in handsome rosewood case, Storiart and Smart, London;

£aU» Auction. Superb Spanishwood Furniture, in excellent conditicta; powerful-toned square Pianoforte, 6-octaves, in handsome rosewood case, Storiart and Smart, London;

brilliant plate Mantelpiece Glass, 4(iin. by 50in„ in beautiful carved and gilded frame; case of Sheffield Table Cutlery; inclosed mahogany Sideboard; Console Table; Wheel Barometer; suits of crimson moreen Window Drapery; mahogany and painted winged Wardrobes; Bracket Timepiece
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
fro Sale of Valuable Planing, Drilling, Bolt Screwing.and Wheel Cutting Machines, Slide and Centre Lathes, Slide Rest.ozc. JAMES SHAW, Thursday,

fro Sale of Valuable Planing, Drilling, Bolt Screwing.and Wheel Cutting Machines, Slide and Centre Lathes, Slide Rest.ozc. JAMES SHAW, Thursday,

the 18th day of October, 1849, his Room«, Lower King-street, Manchester, at eleven o clock the forenoon: PLANING MACHINE will plane 6 feet in length, 2 feet 8 inches in width, and take in feet 6 inches deep, self-acting in the vertical, angular, jand horizontal cuts, by Joy ; bo
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ENOUGH AND TO SPARE. From Charles Swain's "English Melodies," just published.) Enough and to spare Is an excellent thing; 'Tis

ENOUGH AND TO SPARE. From Charles Swain's "English Melodies," just published.) Enough and to spare Is an excellent thing; 'Tis

a song—for my share— I'd be happy to sing! But my pathway is rough. And my griefs nota few; I get little enough. And that little must do Enough and to spare!— Oh! the joy there would be— Oh! the freedom from care, Were that boon but for me! But my fortune's too gruff, Such a bou
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
On the 25th nit., Horsley Hall, Gresford, the lady of the Rev. G. L. Stone, formerly of S;. John's, in

On the 25th nit., Horsley Hall, Gresford, the lady of the Rev. G. L. Stone, formerly of S;. John's, in

this town, of a son. On the 4th inst., at the Cathedral, the Rev. A. Lane, of St. Thomas's Church, Pendleton, Backhouse, son of the late James Backhouse Bindloss, Esq., of the Adelphi Terrace, Salford, to Mary, eldest daughter of James Lord, E-q., of Buile Hill, Pend'eton. On th
October 6, 1849 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE CONTINENT

THE CONTINENT

t*R«M THB PAPERS RECBIVE- LAST XIOHT.) VIENNA, Sept. 26. Tbe Wiener Zeitung of this day publishes an or- donnance of the military and civil Government, dated the 24th, stating that resistance, even unarmed, to the police and municipal guard shall be treated in the same way as un
October 2, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WEST INDIA MAII

WEST INDIA MAII

\ (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT > SOUTHAMPTON-, , The royal mail steam ship Medwav, Symons, arrived this day at two o'cl West Indies, with the usual mails, in , Lieutenant Scriven. On her homew , Medway experienced fine weather, a quickest voyage on record since the «i ,r. company's s
October 2, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HER MAJESTY, $c. (From the Court Circular.) Osborne. Monday. The inclemency of the weather prevented the Queen ami his Royal

HER MAJESTY, $c. (From the Court Circular.) Osborne. Monday. The inclemency of the weather prevented the Queen ami his Royal

Highness from taki:,g their usual early walk this morning. Sir George Grey, Colonel the Hon. A. Gordon, and Sir James Clark, left Osborne this morning, for London. Colonel Seymour has relieved Colonel Gordon as Equerry in Waiting to the Prince. There w?.s no additioß to the roya
October 2, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
HAYMARKET THEATRE. The above favourite place of amusement re-opened last | night, and the public crowded to do honour to

HAYMARKET THEATRE. The above favourite place of amusement re-opened last | night, and the public crowded to do honour to

the occasion. j The home has been cleaned, and several tasteful additions I have been made to the decorations. Every change in these i particulars is an improvement, and ail that time could 1 permit or liberality accomplish has been effected during the I brief recess. lhe entert
October 2, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LYCEUM THEATRE. The season commenced suspiciously yesterday evening. There was an excellent house, the old established favourites met with enthusiastic

LYCEUM THEATRE. The season commenced suspiciously yesterday evening. There was an excellent house, the old established favourites met with enthusiastic

receptions, the pieces were admirably selected, and there was no stint in the applause. The Sentinel was produced for the first time. It is a musical drama by Mr. J. M.Morton, and although the incidents are comprised in a single act, without even a change of scene, there is no w
October 2, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Last night this theatre opened, worthily, with Mozart's greatest work, Don Giovanni. The lyrical troupe has been augmented

PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Last night this theatre opened, worthily, with Mozart's greatest work, Don Giovanni. The lyrical troupe has been augmented

by the engagement of Mr. Harrison, Miss Louisa Pyne, Mr. Herman, and Mr. H. Corn. These, with Mdlle. Nau, Mr. Allen, and others, form a very effective force for the due performance of operas. The orchestra has been considerably increased, and the chorus is sufficiently powerful
October 2, 1849 - Morning Post - London, London, England