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STEWART’S COMPRESSED COFFEE

STEWART’S COMPRESSED COFFEE

ll TOST men have hobbies; yotirs the Tea Trade,” said friend. Well, granted. As a principle, whatev er do, we do it with all oar might: this has been the grand secret of our success. Hobbie number Two is COFFEE. Whatever we seems prosper. To ascertain the peculiar properties and
January 6, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
AND HARTLEPOOL GAZETTE.

AND HARTLEPOOL GAZETTE.

FOUND. A Large Black and White DO6. The owner may have it by paying expenses.—Apply the Red Lion Inn, Black Gate, Coxboe. FOUND, At Leaniside Station, 27th December, A Large Black NEWFOUNDLAND DOG.—The Owner may have it by applying to Mr Asthoht Hodgson, Railway Hotel, Luamaide
January 6, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
THE MIGHTY jBEALEE!

THE MIGHTY jBEALEE!

WORLD KNOWN AND WORLD TRIED. HOLLOWAY’S OINTMENT YTS adoption in thamoet famous publichnapilal., home A and abroad, and tba volonlary of persona in all the globe, -who have given a fair trial, have established world-wide reputation for thie purifying and healing Ointment. penetr
January 6, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
general intelligence. The Queen lias given Wyon throa iitlin** for lb* pnrjiojo of obtaining » correct profile for tho ranni.

general intelligence. The Queen lias given Wyon throa iitlin** for lb* pnrjiojo of obtaining » correct profile for tho ranni.

The Victoria Bridge, in Montreal, wee opened for traffic Francis Goldsmid, Bart., ie Liberal candidate tor Reading : Mr Benson ia the Conservative candidate. telegram from Cadlc glree the toUl export ofshorry for past year 45,919 butla, against 23,129 in 1858. farther portion of
January 6, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

From next May day Term ; either from year to year, on Lease, ALL that well-accustomed PUBLIC-HOUSE and Premises, called the "Hope and Anchor,” situate in Clay path, in the City of Durham, as now the occupation of Mr Hornby Hamilton. Together, also, with Two Cottages in the Yard
January 6, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
SARDINIA,

SARDINIA,

A letter from Milan in the Times, states that the coming interview between King Victor Emmanuel and Garibaldi is settle a plan according which Garibaldi is to be named Coraraauder-in-Chief of -all the National Guard of the kingdom, with full powers of organising it according to
January 6, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
THE WAR IN MOROCCO.

THE WAR IN MOROCCO.

Madrid, January I.—On Friday evening, the Moors vigorously attacked our encampment, but were repulsed with great loss. The Spaniards displayed great bravery their loss, however, was not considerable. A forward movement the whole army was expected shortly. The rumour of peace hav
January 6, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, Dov. 7.

LONDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, Dov. 7.

BANKRUPTS.— WiIIiam Fbostick, jua., and Abraham Bovs, Glentrall-road, Poplar, London, builders.— John Alkx. PotTEAir, Pond-street, Hampstead, London, printer.— James Bkoaobhiihik, Arundel, i-ussex, grocer. Muses David Strblitz, Newgate-street, London, merchant.— Gustave J no. Pa
December 14, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DURHAM EPIPHANY SESSIONS.

DURHAM EPIPHANY SESSIONS.

"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the EPIPHANY GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the COUNTY of DURHAM he holdeu the Coonxy Coubts, Durham, on MONDAY, the 31etday of December instant, at Ten o’clock in the Morning, when all Jurors, Suitors, Constables, Persons bound by Recog
December 14, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DURHAM BISHOP HICK ESTATES

DURHAM BISHOP HICK ESTATES

THE LEASEHOLD TENANTS of the Ecelesiastical Commissioners for England, and those from whera ECCLESIASTICAL PENSIONS and other PAYMENTS are due, are hereby informed that the COMMISSIONERS’ AUDIT will beheld in the Exchequer, Durham, on Saturday, the 14th, Saturday, the 21st, and
January 20, 1860 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England