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GOSSIP OF THE WEEK.

GOSSIP OF THE WEEK.

GOSSIP OF THE WEER. THE PRED-TAPE Wosa.-We trust that the young Hercules of the volunteer movement wig prove to be more than a match for the old serpent of routine and red- tapism. It is, however, manifest that the victory cannot be achieved without a severe struggle. The slimy o
February 19, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE VOLUNTEER CORPS MOVEMENT.

THE VOLUNTEER CORPS MOVEMENT.

TIME VOLUNTEER CORPs DrovE1DzET. RIFLE VOLUNTEER CLOTHING. TO THE EDITOR OF REYNOLDS' NEWSpApERt. SIn,-I am directed by Mr. Secretary Herbert to for- ward to you the enclosed specification of the uniform re- commended for artillery and rifle volunteers by the com- mittee recently
February 19, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
FIRES AND LOSS OF LIFE.

FIRES AND LOSS OF LIFE.

PXRZS AND LOSS Or L17Z. Ata late hour on Sunday night a terrible occurrence from fire took place in the premises belonging to Mr. Groom, No. 32, St. George's-terrace, St. George's-in-the- East, which resulted in the loss of one life, and serious consequences to four other persons
February 19, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
LONDON, FEB. 1.

LONDON, FEB. 1.

(.Pom the G5e6tte of Friday, Jan. 27.) BAqL'uUPTe.-Wi~liam Roberts, builder, Coventry. John Jones, ironmonger, Tenstall. William Brame tmd John Brame, the younger, printers, Birmingham. James Street, confectioner, Bdatol. Edward Ellis Hills merchant, Liverpool. BA"XRP2CY ANNIULL
February 3, 1860 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
RATES OF FREIGHT AT NEWCASTLE

RATES OF FREIGHT AT NEWCASTLE

RATES OF FBEIGHT AT NEWOCATLB PrJLT0OB, LU . d PNR REEL. BA 8U PRE HUlL. A 8 d Lond. Spoat 0 76Fiageira ?? 22 00 ?? 18 s a .:,keels .. 0 Crntt.. 0 30 0torunna... is 0 0 Chatham ?? 0 7 6 5.Francisco5 0 OlHonfleur 15 0 Colchester... 0 7 3 Caen . 12 0 OiPaimbcnuf 14 0 0 Dover 0 7 3
February 3, 1860 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
DARING AND EXTENSIVE ROBBERY IN SUNDERLAND.

DARING AND EXTENSIVE ROBBERY IN SUNDERLAND.

DARING A EXTENSIE ROBBERY IN, J-.SUNDERLAND. The moat ?? robbery ever effeoted in 8under- land war Comntted. on Monday night or Tuesday morn. inglast. The prbperty stolen is estimated at about 81,000; sia ws taken from the shop of Mr John Marshall, jewellir sld watchmaker, whose
February 3, 1860 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THN 1YNS JJDOK. JARdOW. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Without any reserve, On Friday, the 10th day of February, 1860, at twelve 'clock at Noon precisely, at the Eaet Entrance of the Tyne Dock, Jarrow, BY MR WILLI IM CARLING, 'IE fine Olipper Bacque BOMARSUND, & 11. of Newcastle, 516 ton
February 3, 1860 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ORMSKIRK.

ORMSKIRK.

_ORMSKlgRIK ORMSXmla YOLU15TEE tittiS.-, ais coops have nomi- ,nated Mr. ?? Weljby as captain,i Mi. J, H. Pye 'as hea- tenant, and Mr. HPB. Waremg'esecsign. 3O:Palmei has been appointedlionora r sureeon of the'curps. ' COLLIERY ACcxDWN -Y esterdayiweek, a tna 'named Edward Pye wa
February 25, 1860 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTZNG INTELLIGENCE. TATTERSALL'S. MONDAY. The attendance this afternoon was not numerous, and although we wvere enabled to compile a somewhat long list of quotations, yet the actual business transacted was very limited. For the Liverpool Steeplechase 10 to 1 was offered agains
February 5, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
EMIGRATION INTELLIGENCE.

EMIGRATION INTELLIGENCE.

MZ1G1UATION I ?T.tGENCE. NEW ZEALAND. - The following letter from a highly respectable, indus- trious young man, recently emigrated to New Zealand, gives a doleful account of affairs in the colony:- Turauga, Poverty Bay, New Zealand,' Sept. 9, 1859. Dear Brother,-T received yourl
February 5, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England