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HOUSE OF COMMONS—Faioar.

HOUSE OF COMMONS—Faioar.

The homo baviug resolved itself Into committee of nays and means. The Chancellor of the Excneousn proceeded move «eric-j of resolutions the subject of finance. Referring tiie estimates of revenue ami expenditure which he hail propounded last cession, stated that in reaiity the i
February 27, 1856 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

I'ENZANCR.—Arrired. Ariadne from Scilly Frithjof Berg j Backs from Eflbrt Nicholl* from Penryn ; Elisatn-th Williams from Falmouth ; Harrell Phillip* Nsuliln* June* John Harvey Grenfell Vesper Johns Elizabeth Cadge William and Ann Jaeo sad Greyhound Kidd from Cardiff; Joseph Cor
February 27, 1856 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PREPARING FOR THE PRESS, And will pnhlishcd a* soon sufficient number of subset ibers can be obtained YOLUMB POEMS. BT

PREPARING FOR THE PRESS, And will pnhlishcd a* soon sufficient number of subset ibers can be obtained YOLUMB POEMS. BT

WILLIAM DALE, (of Newlyn), Price about 3s. Cd. fTWE Author has been stimulated to publish his Poems the earnest and numerous requests made to him. Subscribers* names received the publishers, E. Rows and Son. Pencanee ; Air. Cltma, Truro; Mr. CON SACK, Hclston ; Ur. Falmouth; by
February 27, 1856 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
PARISH BRKCHIN N ADJOURSKD UENKRAL MEETiV l-VO *f PAROCHIAL BOARDoftti* PARISH •«5f t«oU, the Town-li.tll, on Kri-lay, rarront, Eloaon o*.

PARISH BRKCHIN N ADJOURSKD UENKRAL MEETiV l-VO *f PAROCHIAL BOARDoftti* PARISH •«5f t«oU, the Town-li.tll, on Kri-lay, rarront, Eloaon o*.

lock, forcnmm, in of Ike ®f the In the RU'porl the CaiiKnktoo ronwJiog Ne* Itarial-Uroaad, nod five far Star direction* that eatjoct. a MACINTOSH, laspoeior of Poor. February 14, ISM.
February 26, 1856 - Brechin Advertiser - Brechin, Angus, Scotland
 
MADE-UP BEDDING MATTRESSES AND FEATHER-BEDS.

MADE-UP BEDDING MATTRESSES AND FEATHER-BEDS.

Aiwsj* hanl, *rry large Stork of Feallicr-Beds, Hair and Alr» Marine Mattresses, Feather Bolsters and Pillow* for ail sizes of Beds. Couches, &r. SWEEPING REDUCTIONS Made on those Good*. GREAT BARGAINS in RprnnanU ®f Petticoat »H'l Shirting Flannel*, Cottons, Remnants of Linens,
February 26, 1856 - Brechin Advertiser - Brechin, Angus, Scotland
 

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* A NIGHTLY SCENE IN LONDON.”

* A NIGHTLY SCENE IN LONDON.”

* NIGHTLY SCENE LONDON.” Under this heading Mr Dickens describes, in Houwhold Words” what witnessed one night outside the Whitechapel workhouse;—On the of last Noeember, I, the conductor of this journal, accompanied by a friend well known to the publie, accidentally strayed into
February 26, 1856 - Brechin Advertiser - Brechin, Angus, Scotland
 
TO BE LET, UITFUBHIBHKD,

TO BE LET, UITFUBHIBHKD,

WITH ENTRY AT WHITSUNDAY NEXT, OGAR HOUSE, near Blairlogie, as presently possessed Captain Uamsay, containing 2 Sitting-rooms, Bed-Rooms, outer and inner Kitchen, Servants’ Rooms, and other conveniences, and all recently Papered and Painted- There is Three-Stalled Stable, Byre,
February 23, 1856 - Alloa Advertiser - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
PEERAGES FOIt LIFE.

PEERAGES FOIt LIFE.

The Morning Advertiser is informed that Ministers are determined to persevere in the course they have hitherto pursued on this sub jeet. Complications as between the Crown and the House of Lords are expected to arise in consequence. It was the prevalent belief last night that Lo
February 23, 1856 - Alloa Advertiser - Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland
 
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February 27, 1856 - Globe - London, London, England
 
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Feb. 22.

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, Feb. 22.

(Sittings at Nisi Prius in London, before Mr. Justice Crowder and a Special Jury.) Wood y. thb Governor and Company of the Copper Miners in England.—Breach of Contract This was an action to recover damages for breach of a contract on the part of the defendants to supply the plai
February 23, 1856 - Globe - London, London, England