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SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAT.

SALES BY AUCTION THIS DAT.

Agmingt, 4e-. Oreat Eaiteni « Co. —at six clock. Estate, amd Shorts in Grtat WtsUm Do&st Globe Hotel, PUfmouth, by Hr. Tippet—%i three o'clock. ENGAGEMENTS THIS DAT. Sutton Harbour Improvement Half-Yearly Meeting, Plymouth Exchange —at 12 o’clock. South Devon and Tavistock Railw
February 29, 1860 - Western Morning News - Plymouth, Devon, England
 
Newport, Abergavenny, & Hereford Railway.

Newport, Abergavenny, & Hereford Railway.

The half-yearly meeting was held at the London Tavern, on Friday last, W. P. Price, Esq.. in the chair. The following report, kc., was taken as read : The accounts of the half-year show a total revenue from all sources £a 5,556 2*. o<f.. total expenditure of £ M 16»- Hrf. ana a
February 29, 1860 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

JoUBNAL OPFICK O'CLOCK. ENGLAND AND SPAIN.-Madrid, Feb. 26.- news frow Africa. The whole press, particularly the Progresistia section, violently attacked England. The censor has prohibited the circulation of the Novedades on that account. The French ambassador has presented to t
February 29, 1860 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Gratifying Testimonial to W. Perry Herrick Esquire.

Gratifying Testimonial to W. Perry Herrick Esquire.

This gentleman, whose liberality and good feeling towards the tenantry upon his estates iv this and the two adjoining counties are too well known to be further referred to here, has just been presented with handsome token esteem and regard Leicestershire. For the details the cer
February 29, 1860 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS.

Memorial to J. Hunt, Esy, formerly Organist of Hereford Cathedral.—Efforts are still being made to raise funds for the erection of stained glass window in the Cathedral to the memory of this gentleman, who was so universally- respected and regretted. A number subscriptions have
February 29, 1860 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
E Hi« ALTERATION OF DA YS OF ATTENDANCE. MESSRS. MOSELEY will, for the future, on account of increased practice, attend

E Hi« ALTERATION OF DA YS OF ATTENDANCE. MESSRS. MOSELEY will, for the future, on account of increased practice, attend

HEREFORD TWICE EVERY MONTH, instead of oxce. MESSRS. MOSELY, SURGEON DENTISTS, of 30, BERNE RS-STREET, OXFORD-STREET, LONDON, E the honour to announce that having attended the Principality for the last years they have arranged, for the greater convenience their patients and thos
February 29, 1860 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
oiwnel mo«t unpropitiouily—Tind and rain in riilore, and the queer aatisfaction that all our trnablo would result In nothing. It

oiwnel mo«t unpropitiouily—Tind and rain in riilore, and the queer aatisfaction that all our trnablo would result In nothing. It

was not till the second train that Haley and Crutchley arrived, by which time Old Boreas made “good practice" with hit “great guns," which rendered the passage of the river impossible. It is known what boatmen will do, bat the squalls of yesterday even appalled the dare-every* t
February 29, 1860 - Sporting Life - London, London, England
 
The Commissioner* of Northern Lighthouse* hereby give NOTICE that information ha* been received that the IiOASKAUIL BUOY, off coast of

The Commissioner* of Northern Lighthouse* hereby give NOTICE that information ha* been received that the IiOASKAUIL BUOY, off coast of

AttISAIO, INVEKNKSS-SUIHK, has DRIFTED from it* MOORINGS. Notice will given when it i* rc-pUccd. Order of the Board, ALKX. CUNINGHAM, Secretary.
February 29, 1860 - Lloyd's List - London, London, England
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

WITH immediate possession, the CARPENTER’S SHOP, HOUSE, GARDEN, and PREMISES, now in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Burge, situate at Vi'hatley, near Frome.—Particulars to be had of Mr. Ratnes, Mells, near Frome. In the Press, and Shortly will he Published, in small Bvo, price 55.
February 29, 1860 - Frome Times - Frome, Somerset, England
 
RUDGE, In the PARISH of BECKINGTON, SOMERSET. About Two Miles from the West bury Station. Messrs. Charles harding & son

RUDGE, In the PARISH of BECKINGTON, SOMERSET. About Two Miles from the West bury Station. Messrs. Charles harding & son

win SELL BY AUCTION, on the premises, Rudge, on Friday, the 2nd day of March, 1860, the undermentioned FARMING STOCK, &c., the property of Mr. Richard Humphries, quitting his farm, comprising:— Fifteen useful Dairy Cows, part with calves and the remainder in good season: two yea
February 29, 1860 - Frome Times - Frome, Somerset, England