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■AOF.NTB’ RF.POHT,

■AOF.NTB’ RF.POHT,

P-wlbly some adventurers raLht have cilenltled that we have made more progreu ere thi< in idnking engine shaft below the leva!, but the wet weather, fro-t and snow, have impeded our p-ogreas in the "worry work and until that work was could not fls the steam whim engine and boile
February 29, 1860 - The Cornish Telegraph - Penzance, Cornwall, England
 
LONDON, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 29, 1860

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 29, 1860

In the House of Lords yesterday, The Marquis of Clanricarde, in moving for certain returns, called attention to the impunity attending crime in Ireland, which was all the more extraordinary in the present improved state of society in that country. In the course of his speech the
February 29, 1860 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS

MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS

The marW • Cn T* Tuesday Evening. on theSonW n 7 a^ n^ ?? - tiie as P ect of gold from the Ui Udthecontinued withdrawal of E£^ Consok"? preventin S anything Hke specn- at 943 I X ] have rema^ed throughout the day WASX& m r e - v .^account fandtran ltl 3 .*r Cent S ? ? P B^ St<jc
February 29, 1860 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FUNERAL OF.MR. ALDERMAN HOPWOOD

FUNERAL OF.MR. ALDERMAN HOPWOOD

FUNERAL OF MR. ALDERMAN HOPWOOD The mortal remains of Alderman Hopwood were on Saturday morning removed from Rock Cliffe for inter- ment in the family vault in the Parish Church of Bracewell, Yorkshire. The long journey from Black- burn to Bracewell necessitated an early departur
February 29, 1860 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
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3Utc»t ittavfcet.,.

MANCHESTER TRADE REPORT-Fbb 28 -here has been a limited amount of business trans acted to-day, with but little variation in price? of either yarn or cloth. The news from India ?? o r_e and this renders buyers cautious. ' ThI VER . P ?? COTTON MARKET-Feb 28 " Ihe market is d_ , a
February 29, 1860 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
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—• js SIR , ' . -- undee, has received a lett'em r,-,Glad' - which he promises to . -. communicate 'la _him on an early day as to the duties on linen and jute manufactures. 1 A PARLIAMENTARY RETURN shaws that tire are 37,992 pauper children in Scotland not above 14; of _theAc_t9
February 29, 1860 - British Ensign - London, London, England
 
RUPTURES.

RUPTURES.

BY TIER MAJESTY'S ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. LINDSEY'S PATENT TRUSS, without I_,/ Steel Spring, suitable for Right or Left and Double Hernia. This truss, consisting of a plate and a belt without steel spring, will be found to afford the beet support in cases of rapture, hitherto know
February 29, 1860 - British Ensign - London, London, England
 
THE INDEPENDENT CHURCH AT DRONFIELD requiring a NEW C RAPEL, their Plans and Desigus have been approved by the English

THE INDEPENDENT CHURCH AT DRONFIELD requiring a NEW C RAPEL, their Plans and Desigus have been approved by the English

Congregational Chapel Building Society, and aided 'by a grant of £lOO when completed. Drontield contains 4,51 P Inhabitants, within 14 mile from the Chapel; 6,000 in the whole Parish. The present Chapel is old, small, inconvenient, hardly accessible in dark or frosty weather, on
February 29, 1860 - British Ensign - London, London, England
 
NEEDLES, —Those Ladies who like to use the very best NEEDLES should send twelve stamps to James Parkin, Houghton-le-Spring, Fence

NEEDLES, —Those Ladies who like to use the very best NEEDLES should send twelve stamps to James Parkin, Houghton-le-Spring, Fence

Houses, and by return will receive, post-free, 100 of the best NEEDLES that they ever used. TRY 100 NEEDLES.
February 29, 1860 - British Ensign - London, London, England
 
THE WESTERN MORNING NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARTJSg^IffiQ.

THE WESTERN MORNING NEWS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARTJSg^IffiQ.

between the and the Fcieeigngf. The “public Hfe" the temei ie tpent the eoancll chamber and the committee-room, while that of the latter is passed in the garden and on the promenade. The one works in public, the other plays in public. So, when an old French chronicler declared t
February 29, 1860 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England