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THJ[ new yeak. Come ! bury the griefs of the Old Year, And list to musical chime That welcomes the

THJ[ new yeak. Come ! bury the griefs of the Old Year, And list to musical chime That welcomes the

dawn of the New Year— The new born child of Time. Ob, thousands of weary ones bless him, The aged, the way-worn and sad, the bells ring out mnsical tidings To make the disconsolate glad. The dawn of a New Year is breaking ! Yea, listen, dear toil-weary brother; The bells now no
December 31, 1859 - Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald - Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England
 
INDIA.

INDIA.

The papers in anticipation of the Bombay mail of the 26th November, arrived in London on Friday. They contain much interesting intelligence. The summary in the Bombay Gazette gives an account of the state of matters in Nepaul and Central India:— The actual state of the rebel arm
December 31, 1859 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Two servant maids of the household at Maristowe not appearing as usual on Sunday morning, their bed-room was entered, and

Two servant maids of the household at Maristowe not appearing as usual on Sunday morning, their bed-room was entered, and

it was found that both were insensible. They had removed a patent stove from the passage into their room the night before, and had shut the door to prevent discovery. Sir Massey Lopes, on hearing of the circumstance, employed himself with the greatest energy in endeavouring to r
December 31, 1859 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
WILLIAM LLOYD WEBB.

WILLIAM LLOYD WEBB.

Surveyor of the Highways of the parish of Harborne, fa the county of Stafford. TO BE LET, with immediate poeaesrion, eligible RESIDENCE situate fa MiDDLsronr, Bomlcm, containing two parlours, six bedrooms, kitchen, appurtenances complete.— For particulars apply Mr. Wabxhau. Midd
December 31, 1859 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
agricultural, THE MANURIAL RESOURCES ENGLAND. Tiptree Hill, Ebhz, Dec. 28,1839' Sir,—Tee welfare of this happy country deeply compromised bj oar

agricultural, THE MANURIAL RESOURCES ENGLAND. Tiptree Hill, Ebhz, Dec. 28,1839' Sir,—Tee welfare of this happy country deeply compromised bj oar

new unitary arrangements, that venture to hope will giro publicity to the accompanying very importaat letter, addressed to by Baron Liebig. It mast remembered, that the sewer and water-closet system is of comparatively recent use —In former times, the great balk of oar excreta w
December 31, 1859 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
PATRONAGE HTFOOT

PATRONAGE HTFOOT

regiment. SHEFFIELD. 4VIS. Pantomime. JTIBING ACT DROP! Pantomime. O ! AS PANTOMIME, ORSON, •E GREEN CNICHT; ; Cribbed from every LFRED DAVIS; pro- Scenery, Gorgeous apirties ani Appoint- Scale never before Do not bid me speak, Single Admission,4s.; iry, 6d.—Doors open at Bk pre
December 31, 1859 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
MUSICAL PRESENTS FOR CHRISTMAS

MUSICAL PRESENTS FOR CHRISTMAS

HJ. FREE MANTLE has just received a large Stock of D’ALBEKT’S and other MUSICAL ALBUMS for 1860, superbly Bound, 21, HIGH-STREET, SHEFFIELD.
December 31, 1859 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
" * ; Altercliffe, to aid in liquidating Sis 6 Methodist New Connexion chapel and . en held during the

" * ; Altercliffe, to aid in liquidating Sis 6 Methodist New Connexion chapel and . en held during the

week. The receipts at the subscriptions already paid in, of *rbara lodge having removed to the Wm. Greasley, Shakspere inn, Syca- their opening festival, on Thursday, *BO members and their wives sat down to deut dinner, provided by the worthy host, the chair was taken by P. G. P
December 31, 1859 - Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
/BOUNTY FIRE OFFICE, 50, sTi.Mr. London —Capital £400,000. Returns paid to Policy- acuten aui.iwv. Policy holder* respectfully informed that the

/BOUNTY FIRE OFFICE, 50, sTi.Mr. London —Capital £400,000. Returns paid to Policy- acuten aui.iwv. Policy holder* respectfully informed that the

Christmas Renewals are now In the hands of the several Agents of the Company, and should paid before the Dtb of January. Farming Stock and Implements per cent. No extra charge for thrashing by steam. The PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE established the tame year and under the same manageme
December 31, 1859 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
RUPTURES. BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

RUPTURES. BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT.

WHITE’S MOC-MAIN LEVER TRUSS, perfected And exhibited In the Greet Exhibition, 1861. is Allowed by npwerds of Medical Gentlemen be the moet effective Invention In the curative treatment of HERNIA. The n*e of a steel spring, so often hurtful in lu effects, is here Avoided. A soft
December 31, 1859 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England