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THE PRESTON HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1863.

THE PRESTON HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1863.

February 21, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
INCE BALL COAL AND CANNED COMPANY. FIRST-CLASS KINO, PEMBERTON, 4-FEET, AND INCH GOAL. OFFICE, 1, COAL WHARF, FIBHERGATK. EDWARD HEMINGWAY,

INCE BALL COAL AND CANNED COMPANY. FIRST-CLASS KINO, PEMBERTON, 4-FEET, AND INCH GOAL. OFFICE, 1, COAL WHARF, FIBHERGATK. EDWARD HEMINGWAY,

Agent. MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION of Rich Foreign DRESSES.—Perfectly new fabric*, highest noveltie* of fashions, from 255. 6d. to 3 guineas the extra full dress. Also endless assortment of cheap and useful Dresses in every variety of material, from Bs. dd. to 21s. the fall dress. Pa
February 21, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE,

POLICE INTELLIGENCE,

MONDAY.—(Before O. Sidgreavet and Paul CatteraU, Eaqn.) The Theft of Counterpanes. —Richard Hodgson was again brought on the charge of stealing a number of counterpanes from the shop Mr. Catterali; draper, Fxiargate.—He was farther remanded for week. Embezzlement by Servant.—A f
February 21, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
fVT 4RR PpTCF T ( sth WEEK IN QUARTER. \ |lsa 4ob.—■rKILE \ Published onSstardsysand Wednesdays. /

fVT 4RR PpTCF T ( sth WEEK IN QUARTER. \ |lsa 4ob.—■rKILE \ Published onSstardsysand Wednesdays. /

4RR PpTCF ( WEEK IN QUARTER. |lsa 4ob. —■rKILE Published on Sstardsys and Wednesdays. ESTON BATHS, Saul-atreet. -On every Monday the Swimming Bath is reserved for bathers at sixeach. All other days twopence each. TEA PAKTV will lx- belli in St. Scuoolonoii on Tuemlny Evening next
June 4, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
by pVurtiott.

by pVurtiott.

pVurtiott. The fortnightly sale of fat cattle, SHEEP, and LAMBS, will take place Mr. Scott's, Brockholes Arms, Claughton, near Oarstang, on Wednesday, June Bth, 18(14, when 20 Fat Cows, Heifers, and Bulls will offered; also 180 prime Sheep and Lambs.— Sale at one o’clock. J. TOPH
June 4, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
IN CHANCERY.

IN CHANCERY.

Between Mary Ann Pi(kinr/ton t the wife of the defendant, William PiUdngton, by her next friend - - Plaintiff, and Charles Henry Myers and others, Defendants. To be Sold by Auction, in one lot, by Mr. HENRY CRANE WALTON (the person appointed for that purpose), at the Bull Hotel,
June 4, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Jalejj murtion. SECOND CONSIGNMENT. VERY Urge Stock of DRAPERY GOODS of every description, To Sold by Auction Tim Day, and

Jalejj murtion. SECOND CONSIGNMENT. VERY Urge Stock of DRAPERY GOODS of every description, To Sold by Auction Tim Day, and

on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, on the Orchard, Ton o’clock.-P. JOHNSON. Govt. Certificated »I*«tor. Auctioneer, Valuer, Commission Agent, and I üblic Arbitrator, Commercial Auction Rooms, Orchard, Pres too. E. ROBERT WARING will Sell by Auction, for ready money, at the house
January 6, 1866 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
PRESTON HERALD, SATURDAY, JANUARY C, 1806.

PRESTON HERALD, SATURDAY, JANUARY C, 1806.

January 6, 1866 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
/"'I AK.PETS, in every varioty, from Dutch to ANDERSON'S, mmy27

/"'I AK.PETS, in every varioty, from Dutch to ANDERSON'S, mmy27

/"'I AK.PETS, in every varioty, from Dutch to ANDERSON'S, Axiuinstcr. Hoots ! Boots • Boots !•! It now generally acknowleilgert that FRANCE'S BOOTS. 117, Fiahcrgate. Preston, are the iSESi TOWN. See Specimens of Boot-mukiug iu the res ton BOOra'oK EVERY DESCHIITION KEPT IN STOCK,
January 6, 1866 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
The German Fair is now open AT MRS. FAWCETTS, 127, Fibhergate.

The German Fair is now open AT MRS. FAWCETTS, 127, Fibhergate.

January 6, 1866 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England