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THE STEEL MONUMENT.

THE STEEL MONUMENT.

We have much pleasure in publiahing, at the request of Mr. Bendle, the following memorial which was produced him at the last meeting of the Town Council.-— " To the Mayor, Aldermen, and Councillors City of Carlisle. " We, the undersigned ratepayers and inhabitants of the said ci
October 24, 1856 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
At GEORGE ROBINSON'S, BANK STREET AND BRIDGE STREET, Caldewgate, MEAL AND FLOUR ESTABLISHMENTS. THE following ARTICLES, all of First-rate Quality,

At GEORGE ROBINSON'S, BANK STREET AND BRIDGE STREET, Caldewgate, MEAL AND FLOUR ESTABLISHMENTS. THE following ARTICLES, all of First-rate Quality,

may be had at the Lowest Prices: Common Flour, Fine Flour, Superfine Flour. Seconds, Sharps, and Bran. Oat Meal, of the very best quality. Barley and Rye Meal, Barley and Rye Flour. Shelled Barley. Split Peas. White and Green Boiling Peas. Indian Meal and Flour. Pig's Meal, Dog'
October 24, 1856 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
EMIGRATION TO AMERICA BY FIRST-CLASS PACKETS. TAPSCOTT'S LINE FOR NEW YORK, Sailing Weekly. COPE'S LINE FOR PHILADELPHIA, Sailing on the

EMIGRATION TO AMERICA BY FIRST-CLASS PACKETS. TAPSCOTT'S LINE FOR NEW YORK, Sailing Weekly. COPE'S LINE FOR PHILADELPHIA, Sailing on the

12th of each Month. And first-class Ships to other American ports occasionally. For terms of passage, and other particulars, apply to Tapscott & Co., Old Hall, Old Hall Street, and St. George's Buildings, Regent Road, Liverpool. Agents New York—Tapscott & Co., 86, South Street.
October 24, 1856 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
TAdvertisement.]—The most Magnificent Almanack of the Skason.-Now ready, CasselVs i««*w*f» Allunack for 1867, price Sixpence. A work of perrnanen historical

TAdvertisement.]—The most Magnificent Almanack of the Skason.-Now ready, CasselVs i««*w*f» Allunack for 1867, price Sixpence. A work of perrnanen historical

interest. The engravings, upwards of forty number nclude he taking of the Malakoff Tower-General view of the ruins oi Sebastopoi-Assault of repulsed-burrender of bum-Return the French Troops from the Crimea- gress at Paris-Burning of Covent Garden Theatre-Naval at Spithead - Dro
October 24, 1856 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
licet's Corner. LOVE AT TWO SCORE. Ho! pretty page with dimpled chin, That uever has known the barber's shear, All

licet's Corner. LOVE AT TWO SCORE. Ho! pretty page with dimpled chin, That uever has known the barber's shear, All

yout j m j to win. Tins is the way that boys begin. Wait till you've come to forty year ! Curly gold locks cover foolish brains, Billing and cooing is all your cheer, Sighing and singing of midnight strains Under Bonnybell's window panes. Wait till you've come to forty year ! Fo
October 24, 1856 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 

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Sflrffts. At Jones's Place, Milbourne Street, on the 20th inst., Mrs. Musgrave, widow of the late Thomas Musgrave, (who was

Sflrffts. At Jones's Place, Milbourne Street, on the 20th inst., Mrs. Musgrave, widow of the late Thomas Musgrave, (who was

killed by the recent explosion ou the Caledonian Railway,) of a son. In Union Street, on the 16th instant, Mrs. Thomas Ritson, of a son. At Brighton, on the 13th iast., the Marchioness of Abercorn, of son. At Dungar Park, King's County, on the 7th inst., the wife of George Evans
October 24, 1856 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
THE MORNING POST. j HEE MAJESTY'S THEATEE. Madame ALBONI. TO-MOEEOW EVENING (SATUBDAY), May 17, will be per- formed Bossini's Opera,

THE MORNING POST. j HEE MAJESTY'S THEATEE. Madame ALBONI. TO-MOEEOW EVENING (SATUBDAY), May 17, will be per- formed Bossini's Opera,

IL BAEBIfeEE DI SIVIGLIA. Rosina, Madame Alboni ; D Conte d' Almaviva, Signor Calzolari ; j Don Bartolo, Signor Zucceni ; and Figaro, Signor Belletti. In the Lesson Scene, Madame Alboni will introduce " Hummel's Variations." To conclude with the highly successful Ballet Divertis
May 16, 1856 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS-THIS DAY.

THE FUNDS-THIS DAY.

-am City, Eleven o'Cr»:K. Consols for Account 93| to 93f Citt, One o'Clock. Consols for Account 93£ to 93f
May 16, 1856 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STATE AID IN FORMING LOCAL.MUSEUMS OF ART.

STATE AID IN FORMING LOCAL.MUSEUMS OF ART.

STATE AID IN FORMING LOCAL MUSEUMS OF ART. A change has been made recently in the mode of examin- ing the works of the schools of art, which is of a self-acting character, and calculated to assist materially in forming local museums of art. Heretofore there have been two annual e
May 16, 1856 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE POISONING CASES.AT RUGELEY.

THE POISONING CASES.AT RUGELEY.

THE POISONING CASES AT RUGELEY. TRIAL OF WILLIAM PALMER. i SECOND DAY. The proceedings in this extraordinary and important trial were resumed yesterday. The learned judges, Lord Chief Justice Campbell, Mr. Baron Alderson, and Mr. Justice Cresswell, accompanied by the Recorder, Al
May 16, 1856 - Morning Post - London, London, England