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CREMORI4E. PROPRIEDoR, MR. T. B. SMsSONw. M¶¶ESE beautiful and fashionable Gromids are now DAILY T OPEN at 4 o'clock. Admirsion, One Shilling.-The comic Rnd favourite ballet of PA UITA: or, the Barber or Miadrid. Principalaxtistes:Si norMIdano. Messrs.lochez, Sevmn', md Johnson;
April 24, 1853 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY.

STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY.

STATIONTS OF TE, TlUlTISH A10IY, ?? . On the 1st April, 1853. _ (From th1e United Service Gazette.) [ [Where two places are mentioned, the last named is that in which the ?? of the regiment is stationed.) e Ist Life Guards, Hyde-park. 42nd, Stirling. e 2nd Do., Windsor. 43,, C. o
April 9, 1853 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE BUDGET.

THE BUDGET.

T (F rom the Times of Tuesday) A Chancellor of the Exchequer may reasonably sustain the interest of a speech occupying five hours of time and twelve columns of space, by spreading over it the agree- able announcements of surplus, reduction, and remission. But our readers will ex
April 23, 1853 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

SIR GEORGE STRICKLAND, BART., M.P., accompanied a deputation of shipowners and others to the premier on Saturday, oa the subject of a reduction of the rate of colonial postage. CORPORATION PROPERTY.-On Thursday last, the whafage dues were let to Mr. Thomas Mitchell, traffic- man
April 23, 1853 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

II I PASSING AWAY. 1.M passing away, the rivulet said, As it danced along on its pebbly bed; I unite myself with the ocean ols, And sweep o or forms that were fearless and bold; And then to the clouds I'm carried high, Refreshing the earth with dew from the sky: Thus the stream
April 2, 1853 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON TWO HUNDIRED YEARS SINCE.

PRESTON TWO HUNDIRED YEARS SINCE.

1 (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.) After the explosion at Roghton Tower, and the taking of that fortress by the parliamentary forces, Mr. Ormerod's collection of "Civil War Tracts" tells of the assault on lBolton, where, we learn, " our [the parliamentary] men fought like Iyons ;" and
April 2, 1853 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENTARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-MONDAY, APRIL 1.1. res MAYNOOTIL shoul Tics Earl of WINCHIITSEA moved for the appointment of a corn- hei mittes to inquire into thle system of education Pursued at the 1College of )laynostb, and, after inveigheing with great vehemence tax s against the insult ffe
April 23, 1853 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

LAMENTAB3LE ACCIDENT AT THE EXHIBITION BUILD- ING, DUBLIN.-An accident of a most distressing nature occurred in the Great Exhibition Building, on the grounds of the Royal Dublin Society. The following is an official account of this deplorable ?? 10 and 11 o'clock on Thursday mor
April 16, 1853 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
DREADFUL TRAGEDY AT GARSTANG.

DREADFUL TRAGEDY AT GARSTANG.

I ONE MAN KILLED BY STABBING AND ANOTHER SERIOUSLY WOUNDED. COMMITTAL OF THIE PERPETRATOR OY THE CHARGE OF "WILFUL MURDER." l Oa Saturday evening last, a most horrid murder, through the barbarous usage of the knife, was perpetrated upon the person of a young man named William Pe
April 16, 1853 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Words of the Wise.

Words of the Wise.

zaovzf4 ox the WTI e. -- ~ .-I -- ?? e .- .- I.-- -, , _ .. . Be silent before great men, or speak what will pleaso them. HLABIT.-Fix onl that state of life which is most excellent, and custoroa vill make it delightful. lie is most potent, who has him. salf in his Own powver. lie
April 16, 1853 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England