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THE CASE OF SUSPECTED WIFE POISONING AT LEEDS.

THE CASE OF SUSPECTED WIFE POISONING AT LEEDS.

The prisoner 28 years of age, the only son of the late Mr. Christopher Dove, of Park-square, Leeds, formerly an eminent currier and leather merchant that town. For some time the prisoner had been living in independent circumstances, but early in life was instructed as farmer and
March 18, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THE SUICIDE OF THE LATE MR. JOHN SADLEIR, M.P.

THE SUICIDE OF THE LATE MR. JOHN SADLEIR, M.P.

ADJOURNED INQUEST. On Tuesday, Mr. Wakley, the coroner, and re-assembled at the workhouse, North End, Hampstead.for the purpose of pursuing the inquiry into the circumstances attending the death of the late Mr. John Sadleir, M.P., which had been adjourr from the 25th ult. The ju
March 18, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
HASTINGS BOROUGH BENCH.

HASTINGS BOROUGH BENCH.

Crimean Sailor Spending Night at Hastings.— James Brasier and Lydia Wingfield were charged with stealing about 10s. in money, and a handkerchief, white frock, flannel shirt, comb, and plum cake, belonging t Charles Hoad, sailor, belonging to the ship Algiers, now lying at Portsm
March 18, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
The Charge against Mr. Padwick.—Monday having been the day appointed by Mr. Arnold, of the Westminster Police Court, to give

The Charge against Mr. Padwick.—Monday having been the day appointed by Mr. Arnold, of the Westminster Police Court, to give

judgment in the case of Mr. William Padwick, Lord of the Manor of Hayling, Hants, who had been charged with petjury, a notice of which appeared in our last paper, the whole of the parties again attended, the accused being accompanied by several private friends. Mr. Arnold, in gi
February 26, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MONDAY'S LONDON MARKETS.

MONDAY'S LONDON MARKETS.

CORN EXCHANGE, MARK LANE, MONDAY, February 25, 1856. The weather since Friday has been milder, with N and S. westerly winds. The v of English wheat to this morning's mar ket was moderate ; and factors being unable to obtaii the prices ot this day sennight, a large propoition re
February 26, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 

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The Bank Return and the Money Market.— The return for the week ending the 16th instant, exhibits decrease of Circulation

The Bank Return and the Money Market.— The return for the week ending the 16th instant, exhibits decrease of Circulation

of £106,875, an increase of Public Deposits of £481,496, and a decrease of Other Deposits of £85,131. In Government Securities there is an increase of £508,645, whiistPrivateSecuiities are diminished by£124,797. The Bullion has been reduced £81,225, still, however.leaving a tota
February 26, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
THE WAR.

THE WAR.

A commercial crisis has arisen at Constantinople. The enormous fall in value has arrested all kinds business. Meat and flour are to be had at half price. The Caucase, a Russian journal published at Tiflis, states that the Persian government has sent an expedition against Herat,
February 26, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
To the Editor of the Sussex Advertiser. Sir,—lt is rumoured that the directors oi the British Schools will be compelled

To the Editor of the Sussex Advertiser. Sir,—lt is rumoured that the directors oi the British Schools will be compelled

to come before its subscribers and the Lewes public, on behalf of its institution. It ought to be remembered that this is the oldest of our free schools for the poor, having been in existence for half a century, lt has been the means of affording instruction to a large portion o
February 26, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
TESTIMONIAL TO MR. HeNRY JEFFERY, OVERSEER OF ST. ANN'S.

TESTIMONIAL TO MR. HeNRY JEFFERY, OVERSEER OF ST. ANN'S.

The office of Overseer of St. Ann's Parish having for 35 years been filled by Mr. Henry Jeffery, during which he has gained the respect of all classes of the parishioners, a movement was recently set on foot to present him with a substantial token of the high estimation entertai
February 26, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
HASTINGS POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

HASTINGS POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

Town Clerk's Office, Friday, Feb. 22.—Before F. Ticehurst, Esq., (Mayor). William Broadbridge, Charles Manser, and Edward Pearson, young men, were charged with stealing a copper chimney pot, value 305., the property of Lady Pain. Charles Watford deposed—l am in charge of 38, Geo
February 26, 1856 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England