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General News and Extracts.

General News and Extracts.

The Mysteries of Licensing.—ln a short street near Chalk Farm, where there were two public-houses, a third had been carried on a beer shop for ten years. The owner applied .yearly during that time to the licensing vestry for a spirit license, but was refused ; when, lo ! a vestr
April 28, 1854 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
Markets, Fairs, &c.

Markets, Fairs, &c.

WEEKLY CALENDAR. April 30. Second Sunday after Easter.— Lessons: Morning,"Sum. 24. Acts 27.— Evening, Num. 25. 2 John 3. May 5. Sun rises 27in. past 4, sets 28m. past 7.—Moon iv first quarter at 30m. past in the morning. STAMFORD. RUTLAND. & GENERAL INFIRMARY. IN-PATIENTS. OUT-P
April 28, 1854 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
Agricultural Intelligence.

Agricultural Intelligence.

Hop Intelligence.—The hop-grounds are in a forward state, aud polling has become general throughout the districts. The plants where thus sheltered have made rapid progress, but where the polling has not yet taken place, and the ground is still in a rough state, th-v have not gro
April 28, 1854 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
Varieties.

Varieties.

Every heart has something which turns to, and upon winch it dwells with peculiar fondness. It has its society ol thousand wok-hare asoldfriendstoit entertainment °ad, these are it* household 3 Persons endowed with strong feelings often like children with a box of jewels, squande
April 28, 1854 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
LANGRICK VILLE, near BOSTON. NOTICE is hereby given, that the LETTING by AUCTION, of Three Closes of FEEDING LAID, at

LANGRICK VILLE, near BOSTON. NOTICE is hereby given, that the LETTING by AUCTION, of Three Closes of FEEDING LAID, at

Langrick Ville, advertised to be held at the Pearack Inn, Boston, ou Thursday, the 4th of May next, will lot take place, the same having already been Let. Oxcombe House, April 22nd, 1854. PETERBOROUGH. FIXTURES, STOCK-IN-TRADE, and Useful O USE HOLD F URN ITU RE. To be SOLD by A
April 28, 1854 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 

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DENMARK.

DENMARK.

Copenhagen, Thursday. The following is a complete list of the new Ministry :—- Count Moltke, Prime Minister. M. yon Scheel, from Pinneborgen, Holstein, r.nd ad interim for Foreign Affairs, in the absence of Count Plessen, Envoy at Stockholm. M. P. G. Bang, former Minister of the
December 16, 1854 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
EMIGRANT VESSELS SPOKEN WITH.

EMIGRANT VESSELS SPOKEN WITH.

Acadia, Melbourne, days out, * Akbar, 2 for Melbourne, !nffalore"ibarque), from London for Sydney, _ B off? I**. 8 lon- 26 days out; P* gera all well. fU, Coromandel (ship), from London for Adelaide, v 830 N., lon, 20.28 W.: all well, *» 'Orient, from Liverpool for Melbourne, Au
December 16, 1854 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

LOSS OF THE CHARLOTTE TROOP-SHIP WITH 117 LIVES Private accounts dated Algoa bay, Sep. 20, thus narrate a terrible event: The last 24 hours have presented a ?cene the parallel of which has never before been witnessed At quarter past 5 p.m. yesterday the ati Charlotte, Capt. Affl
December 16, 1854 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
THE BATTLE OF INKERMANN.

THE BATTLE OF INKERMANN.

THE LIST OF KILLED AND WOUNDED. (Extraordinary Gazette.) Wab Depabtment, 10 a.m. Dec. 11. His Grace the Duke of Newcastle has this day received despatches and enclosures, of which the following are copies his Grace by Field Marshal the Lord Raglan, G. 0.8. T' Before Sebastopol,
December 16, 1854 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Breakfast.—" Here is," says Leigh Hunt "ready laid. Imprimis, tea and coffee; secondly, dry toast; thirdly, butter; fourthly, eggs; fifthly,

Breakfast.—" Here is," says Leigh Hunt "ready laid. Imprimis, tea and coffee; secondly, dry toast; thirdly, butter; fourthly, eggs; fifthly,

ham; sixthly, something potted; seventhly, bread, salt, mustard, knives and forks, &c. One of the first things that belong to a is a good fire. There is delightful mixture of the lively and the snug in coming down into one's breakm on a chiU seeing everything prepared for a blaz
December 16, 1854 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England