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500 Second-hand Copies the Rev. W MURSELL'S LECTURE "The Fast Man -Apply SteadyMan.j£ and drive occasionally. A married v Apply

500 Second-hand Copies the Rev. W MURSELL'S LECTURE "The Fast Man -Apply SteadyMan.j£ and drive occasionally. A married v Apply

at the ''times" Office. * Good MAKER. VV Constant Employment to naa. j GREENWOOD, Ramsbottom. Whitefield. '■ ~ ~ to ' ft. SSE-ter Road way WATERWORKS (Ordinary ROSSENDALE U^non"Workhouse, an \\T AIN & \ 7,° FEMALE between and Healthy Activejj the Sick Wards years of age to perfo
December 31, 1859 - Bury Times - Bury, Lancashire, England
 
The Northampton Mercury; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1859. number of distinguished lay members of the Church of England held a meeting

The Northampton Mercury; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1859. number of distinguished lay members of the Church of England held a meeting

last week to commence movement, the object of which is to protect the Church from aggression. There were present, among other persona of note, Mr. Henry Hoare, Mr. F. Erskine, and Mr. Beresford Hope. Meetings continue to be held in Ireland to support the cause of the Pope; but a
December 31, 1859 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET.-This Day.

LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET.-This Day.

Corn market well attended. Wheat in good demand slight advance. Flour unaltered. Beans and Indian Corn very firm. Oats, Oatmeal, and Barley unchanged. Arrivals. and Coastwise: Wheat, 1620 qt-s.; Bailey, 46 quarters; Malt, 75 qrs.; Oats, 3043 qis.; Rye, 23 qrs. Indian Corn, 15 qr
December 31, 1859 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Foreign News.

Foreign News.

, Chain, ot the Charivari, lately wrote the following note to AT- Alexander Duuias, jun.-.—"My dear friend, it' you will, indeed, be to rue Pere Prodigue, send me two box tickets for to-morrow. Rely on my ingratitude." return of post he received to following answer: will certain
December 31, 1859 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
MR. CARTER. To Engineers, Linseed Crushers, and haulers. Important Sale of Machinery, Gearing, Src, at the Hermitage Steam Mill, Sneinton,

MR. CARTER. To Engineers, Linseed Crushers, and haulers. Important Sale of Machinery, Gearing, Src, at the Hermitage Steam Mill, Sneinton,

near Nottingham. JAMES CARTER Has received instructions TO SELL BY AUCTION, mHE whole of the MACHINERY and EFFECTS JL within the above Mill, comprising in part splendid 12-horse power condensing Steam Engine, the Butterley Company, with one wagon boiler and one cylindrical boile
December 31, 1859 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
[Advt.] EPPS'S HOMOEOPATHIC COCOA. Produced in 1839, especially for the use Homoeopathic Patients, to provide them with a beverage highly

[Advt.] EPPS'S HOMOEOPATHIC COCOA. Produced in 1839, especially for the use Homoeopathic Patients, to provide them with a beverage highly

nutritious and free from those effects of Coffee and lea which to many persons are pernicious. Rendered attractive to the taste its delicate aroma ■md grateful smoothness, it has become adopted by the public generally. It is sold the principal grocers at Is.' fid. per lb., i:ill
December 31, 1859 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Our London Correspondent.

Our London Correspondent.

[We deem right to state that do not identify ourselves with our correspondent's opinions.] the political world all is quiet and comatose. Cabinet Ministers, like lesser mortals, bike to enjoy themselves this festive season. Their country houses are doubtless resonant with the me
December 31, 1859 - Kentish Chronicle - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
OUR RELATIONS WITH FRANCE.

OUR RELATIONS WITH FRANCE.

The Times' Paris correspondent gives very long account of a long and curious conversation which took place few days since between Englishman (said to be Mr. Cobden) and a Frenchman (said to be the Emperor) on the relations between their respective countries, and he has reason to
December 31, 1859 - Kentish Chronicle - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FATAL RIOT AT ALDERSHOTT.

FATAL RIOT AT ALDERSHOTT.

We regret to learn that serious riot took place at Aldershott on the evening of the 25th inst., between some men belonging to the 2nd battalion of the 24th and company of the King's Own Light Infantry (Tower Hamlets) Militia, and which was unfortunately attended by the loss of o
December 31, 1859 - Kentish Chronicle - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
DIALOGUE EXTRAORDINARY.

DIALOGUE EXTRAORDINARY.

LOUIS NAPOLEON'S DEFENCE OF HIMSELF. There appeared the Paris correspondence of the Times of Saturday last, an extraordinary dialogue, which we reproduce in its entirety. If we may credit the Thunderer pres3, this dialogue is from the pen of the French Emperor himself. We can at
December 31, 1859 - Wells Journal - Wells, Somerset, England