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_Vy __■ 4lyv^^ - w^ _..AND.MIDLAND ADVERTISER.

_Vy __■ 4lyv^^ - w^ _..AND.MIDLAND ADVERTISER.

_Vy __■ 4lyv^^ - w^ _. AND MIDLAND ADVERTISER. Thursday Evening, October 18, 1849 PUBLISHED BY THOMAS FORMAN, 14, LONG ROW, NOTTINGHAM No. 183. Vol. 4.— Price 4Jd., or ss. per Qr. Oor object is 'to defend and promote the Agricultural the Commercial ?? r 1 I 1 i • " 1 ?? ■ ?? ?? C
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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FRANCE On Tuesday, M. Pelletie submitted a scheme to the Assembly for the purpose of extinguishing poverty, which was so extravagant and absurd that, after a long debate, it was rejected by a majority of 428, 5 only voting in its favour. The trial of the June insurgents commence
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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local ?? A friendly social visit will be paid to our old friend» John Farmer, on Thursday next, the 25th inst., on which occasion, a gentleman of high standing in the town wilf preside. Clee Club. — Tbe opening meeting for the season, will take place on Tuesday evening, the 30th
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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S-ofal ?? Nottingham Dispensary.— Mr. Thomas Jen- kins, of Bridlesmith-gate, has been pleased to become an annual subscriber of one guinea to this institution. Castlf. Donington.— A fast day was held here on Wednesday the 10th inst., to implore the Almighty to remove the pestilen
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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Sir Jukes and Lady Clifton have been pleased to made a donation of £10 each to the General Hospital ; and Mr- E. Stevenson has been pleased to become an annual subscriber of two guineas to the same insti- tution. The proposed Nottinghamshire Benefit So- ?? are glad to perceive,
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
Salt a Cure for Cholera.— Mr. J. Hitchman, surgeon, of Leamington, has written to us a lonsr letter, from which

Salt a Cure for Cholera.— Mr. J. Hitchman, surgeon, of Leamington, has written to us a lonsr letter, from which

we extract the following :— The currently received opinion, and the one probably the most consistent with truth, is, that cholera is intrinsically a disease of the blood, which in part and sometimes wholly loses its vitality from the partial or combined operation of various dest
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
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NOTTINGHAM BANKRTUTCY COURT Friday, Oct. 12. [Before Mr. Commissioner Balguy.] In re Andrew M'Conchie, of Nottingham, draper, &c, last examination. No opposition. Solicitor, Mr. W. Brown ; accountant, Mr. Goddard, Nottingham. In re Thomas Wakefield, of Nottingham, merchant. Adjo
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
THE LATE NOTTINGHAMSIRE AGRI-.CULTURAL MEETING.

THE LATE NOTTINGHAMSIRE AGRI-.CULTURAL MEETING.

THE LATE NOTTING HAMSIRE AGRI- CULTURAL MEETING. To the Editor ok the " Guardian." Sir. — •Having noticed the remark of Capt. Le- gard, made at the Nottinghamshire Agricultural meeting, I now proceed to those of the Chair- man. He states that he does net consider it so much a que
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
NEW PUBLICATIONS

NEW PUBLICATIONS

Cok Cregan. No. 10— ( London Orrh(Co.) We fancy this most amnaiiig tale is almost betterm this monthly part than any that have been issued. The deacriptive powers of tbe author have never, through- out the work, been more excellently developed than in tbe number before os. We ar
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
DREAFUL EXPLOSION AND LOSS.OF LIFE.

DREAFUL EXPLOSION AND LOSS.OF LIFE.

DREAFUL EXPLOSION AND LOSS OF LIFE. On Friday night, shortly before eleven o'clock, the immediate vicinity of Brook-street, Bermondsey, was thrown into a state of the utmost confusion, in conse- quence of an explosion of a terrible character occur- ring upon the premises in the o
October 18, 1849 - Nottinghamshire Guardian - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England