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WANTED, COOK and HOUSEMAID. Two Persons of mature Age, to take the entire Management of Establishment, from of January. Salary,

WANTED, COOK and HOUSEMAID. Two Persons of mature Age, to take the entire Management of Establishment, from of January. Salary,

a Year with advantages, amounting, with the Salary, to upwards of £60. Coals and Light provided. The Situation being one of responsibility, none but Persons of the highest Character can be accepted. Address, Box 46, Post-Office, Burnley. DENTAL SURGERY. YORK..Every THURSDAY, FRI
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO BE SOLD OR LET, With Immediate Possession, THE Excellent FAMILY HOUSE, No. 17, BOOTHAM, lately in the occupation of

TO BE SOLD OR LET, With Immediate Possession, THE Excellent FAMILY HOUSE, No. 17, BOOTHAM, lately in the occupation of

the Rev. Robert Whytehead. Apply to Messrs. PULLEYN and SON, Builders, Stonegate; or to Messrs. TAYLOR and SON, Cabinet-Makers, Coney-Street, York. TO LET, THE CARDIGAN ARMS INN," Kirkstall Road, near Leeds, together with about 40 Acres of Land (principally Grass) thereunto atta
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TURF ADVERTISEMENTS. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. Tilbdrn, on MONDAY, January 2nd, at tbe Wind Mill Inn Yard, (without

TURF ADVERTISEMENTS. TO SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr. Tilbdrn, on MONDAY, January 2nd, at tbe Wind Mill Inn Yard, (without

Micklegate Bar,) York, at Half-past ELEVEN o'Clock, YAXLEY, Sandbeck, out of Johanna, by Selim. Yaxley is Sound, very Healthy, higb Condition, and free from all natural blemishes. His Stock are good, with great Powers, and comprise many of tbe best Hunters of the Day. Sheriff-Hu
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
CARRIAGES. On Wednesday, the 28th inst., at St. Mary's church, Beverley, by the Rev. W. T. Sandys, Mr. John Kendall,

CARRIAGES. On Wednesday, the 28th inst., at St. Mary's church, Beverley, by the Rev. W. T. Sandys, Mr. John Kendall,

schoolmaster, of Graintfaorpe, Lincolnshire, to Miss Elizabeth Looce, of tbe former place. Same day, at Gisbro' church, the Rev. Henry Clarke, M.A., Geo. Jackson Weatherill, Esq., to Emma, youngest daughter of the late Henry Wm. Wilson, Esq., surgeon, all of Gisbro'. Same day, a
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Alleged Wholesale Infanticide.—Mr, F. H. Gell. coroner for East Sussex, held an inquest at the Bull Inn, Ditchling, on Saturday,

Alleged Wholesale Infanticide.—Mr, F. H. Gell. coroner for East Sussex, held an inquest at the Bull Inn, Ditchling, on Saturday,

on five infant skeletons, which were discovered under the following circumstances : —A cottage opposite the inn has lately passed into new hands, and, by way of fitting it for occupation, a new fire place was deemed necessary. pulling down the old one, it was found that this was
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
Corn Markets, &c.

Corn Markets, &c.

YORK, Dec. 24.—There was a small supply of wheat at this day's market, which sold readily at an advance of 2s per quarter above the rates of this day week. Barley was from ls to per quarter dearer. No alteration in oats and beans. MALTON, Dec. 24.—At this day's market there was
December 31, 1853 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO FAMILIES.

TO FAMILIES.

QUANTITY OF LEFT-OFF WEARING A [’l* VK Kl. ItlirGHT. I a berat Pr.ca a Tati Jltl. MUKKKLL, »J. ana rk t AppUcationt b>j Post will Kars prompt attention.
December 31, 1853 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
KENTISH MEKCUKY AND HO>iE COUNTH’S MWEimSEK, SATURDAY, DECEYIREU 31,

KENTISH MEKCUKY AND HO>iE COUNTH’S MWEimSEK, SATURDAY, DECEYIREU 31,

KENTISH MEKCUKY AND HO>iE COUNTH’S SATURDAY, DECEYIREU 31, the poor man’s chil lies oppressed from the cradle to the onne -1 y which one cl, l-9 the people is reduced to subserviency upon another class —by which la or, contendin ti c i iHuen: of money, is almost crushed 1 y inon.
December 31, 1853 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
KENTISH MR'CIRY AXD HOME COUNTIES ADVERTISE!!, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1853.

KENTISH MR'CIRY AXD HOME COUNTIES ADVERTISE!!, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31. 1853.

meetings beinj? but once quarter, or at together in their divu.«i>n cla«s t’*e mechanics* in«- Tub C*«E.—Th'n case which h«s rf-o*l once »nonth. The »orkinz man, however, t tnt •. of improving their thinking been so often adjonni-d. nos ,!l . {0 the pnhlic-honsc, with the object
December 31, 1853 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England
 
Ckarles .Taits, most t l;id and of d«*t, wascharjre.l follows Tli? Speeee, of Chnrrh-terr.ice. Lee deposed that hetwee«-l‘> and o’clock

Ckarles .Taits, most t l;id and of d«*t, wascharjre.l follows Tli? Speeee, of Chnrrh-terr.ice. Lee deposed that hetwee«-l‘> and o’clock

the prerions Jar, found the pri>oner in hi-* dost bin with a shovel and basket, no donhl al»ooi to like ashes towhi-h he had no right, and in spite repeated warning not take the dost. *' itness a: once seized him. saving I hare canght rou at la«t. when the prisoner broke a war f
December 31, 1853 - Kentish Mercury - London, London, England