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GENERAL REMARKS.

GENERAL REMARKS.

This was generally allowed to be one of the best Waterloo meetings; it may have beeiv equalled, but seldom or never surpassed. The weather was favourable in the extreme; the sport (considering how badly the hares have run at Altcar during the present season) was far better than
February 29, 1860 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
THE TEESDALE MERCURY.—WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29,1860. LOCAL & GENEIIAL NEWS.

THE TEESDALE MERCURY.—WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29,1860. LOCAL & GENEIIAL NEWS.

Castle Mr.cn axics’ Meeting of the membera took place *' eJneaday evening I«»t, m» Tesliinonial, take at ops for holding a FoKtechiiic on the oj»*-ning of the larffe room, whi. h it is expected will take place in the ntonth of July. Ihe meeting was adjourned this evening 8 o’clo
February 29, 1860 - Teesdale Mercury - Barnard Castle, Durham, England
 
lIAKIUAGfiS.

lIAKIUAGfiS.

At the Kegirttcr Office, Barnard Cartle, 25th iuit., O. Allinson, of Barnard Castle, Mi?« Ami Harrison, of Startforlh. At Koumldkirk, on the 25th inst., Mr Job Hodgson, gamekeeper, Weardale, to Miss Mickleton.
February 29, 1860 - Teesdale Mercury - Barnard Castle, Durham, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

The Proprietors the Svtning Mail, being willing to meet the wishes of all their subscribers, will future publish stamped as well as unstamped edition. The price of the stamped edition will 6cL, heretofore; of the unstamped 4d.
February 29, 1860 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
the weather.

the weather.

METEOROLOGICAL REPORTS. t-HOUsn Observatory, near H<y. Saturday, Feb. 25.-Greatest heat In shade, 44*2 deg. j adopted mean temperature, 35*1 deg. ; mean pressure (reduced sea 1eve1),29*944 inch ; mean temperature of evaporation, 31-6 deg. ; range of temperature, 20*2 deg.; amoun
February 29, 1860 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

On 8I«l Jen. le* el St. TOoWa new lUton Uentenent Hector Tnlloch, ret Me, dengnter Edwerd Morton, Em,, 3, KoMinfton-gete. On the 2Sd Inst,, et the perish charch, Preston, by the Vicar. araßtea . ei, TrmM. of i, Princewtreett iLceeter-Bauarel Sarah, eldert daughter 0. Blrket, fcq
February 29, 1860 - Evening Mail - London, London, England
 
TO MERCHANTS and Other*. Parties desirous of PURCHASING FRENCH WINES direct from a Bordeaux merchant without theinterrention of agent can

TO MERCHANTS and Other*. Parties desirous of PURCHASING FRENCH WINES direct from a Bordeaux merchant without theinterrention of agent can

so applying to L. N., 9, Great Tower-street, London. at CUTLERY i-AA AND electro-silver plate always extensive stock THKIR LONDON WAREHOUSE for EXPORTATION, At SHEFFIELD PRICES. MAPPIN brothers Are intimstelr acquainted with the proper Class end of their Manufactures SUITABLE FO
February 29, 1860 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
18 19 16 17

18 19 16 17

SUGAR. Doties, brown..per ewt. 125.8 d. yeUow.... 10 equal to white ely 16 0 equal to refined .. 18 4 Wert India muecorado •. d. a. d, Jamaica, fine 43 6 44 6 good 42 43 0 middling 41 0 42 0 good brown 39 6 6 ordinary brown.. 38 39 0 Demerurat, 1 fine .. 43 0 43 6 Trinidad, &e.
February 29, 1860 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
POTATOES.

POTATOES.

CARGO of the BEST FRENCH BLUB POTATOES is expected to arrive this week. Persons desirous of obtaining them, can be supplied at the lowest possible prices, at the Old Steam Mills, Peter-street and Hilary-street. Fine English breakfast bacon, so strongly recommended by the faculty
February 29, 1860 - Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph - Saint Helier, Jersey, Jersey
 
Elysian-Terrace, St. Sariour’s-road. Most important unreserved Sale Auction of magnificent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, in rosewood and mahogany, fine toned pianoforte, in

Elysian-Terrace, St. Sariour’s-road. Most important unreserved Sale Auction of magnificent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, in rosewood and mahogany, fine toned pianoforte, in

rosewood case, a most extensive and varied collection of valuable oil-paintings from the ancient and modem schools, elegant and costly mirrors, large and splendid Chinese vases, fine old porcelain, Indian euriosities, and other articles of vertu, books, Ac., Ac., by MESSRS. JAMB
February 29, 1860 - Jersey Independent and Daily Telegraph - Saint Helier, Jersey, Jersey