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CAPTURE OF TWO ESCAPED CONVICTS.

CAPTURE OF TWO ESCAPED CONVICTS.

CAPTUEM Or TWO ISCAPXD CONVICTS. A. most daring escape of two convicts from a railway train while in motion occurred shortly after four o'clock on Saturday morning week on the Great Western line be- tween Meading and Twyford. It appears that thirteen convicts were under orders of
February 12, 1860 - Reynolds's Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SUBSTITUTES FOR GUANO.

SUBSTITUTES FOR GUANO.

--"suul nann 1;- Mky, ;Ia nr f W.~onAA.X A valuable paper by Mr. James Dbie, of Ecoles-Nowton, eni neal elo, on Substitute, for _Gutno, which hae' bean pub-. the iiebed in the e crrent number of the lighland iety's . th4 i Tr niactions isvies justhat't ?? season -a subject of st
February 8, 1860 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FRANCE AND SARDINIA.—IN RE SAVOY

FRANCE AND SARDINIA.—IN RE SAVOY

FRANCE AND SARDINIA.— IN RE SAVOY There is a cloud rising in the horizon of foreign politics — small at present, but increasing its proportions, and threatening, if not to disturb the present peaceful rela- tions of Continental States, at least to shake still further ihe confiden
February 10, 1860 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
COLCHESTER

COLCHESTER

! KSSRX AND COLCHKSTBB HOSIM'I AI..— Feb. «>. I-i-Patients admitted ?? ij Discharged 6 I Remain i Oet-Patlapts admitted ?? tfpiedbrgea 6 j Remain 1 J House Visitors— 3. G. Cooke, Esq. ; Joseph Sbewell, Esq., Chaplain — Rev. H. Gaddell. Physician— Dr. Bree. Surgeon— Mr Nunn. Loca
February 10, 1860 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
ESSEX AVERAGES.

ESSEX AVERAGES.

Chelmsford Colchester, Braintree, Ri.iiif..i Jan. 27. Jan. 28. Jan. 25. Jan. ?: ;Aver. Aver. Aver. Ai Qr«.' g. d. Qrs. s. d. Qrs. a. d. Qrs. «. Wheat 2435 42 3 1367 42 5 1000 40 11 508 42 Barley 1882 34 6 1744 30 91 651 33 8 1348 3fi Oats'. 55 20 2 74 22 8} 15 20 0J 110 21 Beans
February 10, 1860 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
GENERAL AVERAGES.

GENERAL AVERAGES.

IlirKltrAl. AVKItAGK FOR TUB I.ART SIX WKKKS. Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Semis. f,„. Week ending 9. d. a. d. s. d. s. d. ». d. j Dec. .10 44 2 :S4 8 21 5 35 1 :,;♦ 7 _; - lan. 6 44 2 34 5 21 5 35 5 38 10 :!K : 13 43 U 34 7 21 5 30 4 39 <> 3G . 20 43 11 34 4 21 1 32 1 3* 3 3fi - 2
February 10, 1860 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
THE BUDGET.

THE BUDGET.

In another column, in our Parliamentary intelligence, will be found the ClwarBLLOR of the EXcocEQUER's financial statement, which has been looked forward to with so much anxiety and interest. The House was densely crowded on the occasion, and the Peers' galleries especially were
February 12, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean's Provincial Tour.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean's Provincial Tour.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean's Provincial I (From the No ri Briton of February 8.) Mr AND Mrs Kssk.-Tbese popular artistes are only to be with us four more nights, and in that time we Are to have Zsing Lear, Louis the Eleventh, Mcrehant of Venice, and probably Macbeth or Othello, no
February 12, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Monday Popular Concerts at St. James's Hall.

Monday Popular Concerts at St. James's Hall.

Monday Fopular Concerts at St james's Hlall Rarely, indeed, have we witnessed the supremacy of taste and genius in London so conspicuously displayed as at the above concerts on Monday evening. The fascination of the renowned names of Miss Arabella Goddard (Mrs. J. W. Davison) and
February 12, 1860 - The Era - London, London, England
 
CORONERS' INQUESTS.

CORONERS' INQUESTS.

?? InEY PoisoN.-Yesterday evening, an ad. journed inquest on. the body of William Bates, tailor who expired suddenly on Sunday se'nuight, was held at the house of Mr Whitfeld, Eldon Arms Inn, B ack- ett-street, before T. T. Hoyle i .Hq., coroner. The inquest was held in conseque
February 10, 1860 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England