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PARLIAMENTARY.

PARLIAMENTARY.

LAST NIGHT- j HOUSE OF LOBPS. The Koyal assent having been given to a number of bins their lordships immediately adjourned until Monday,' the 4th of June. HOUSE OF COMMONS the appointment of the practice of such Ol both Hons*> m orde JJJJJgJJ of b f Us s sing or with regard to M
May 26, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PRICE S GUNPOWDER-PROOF SAFES —I Orders received at the office of this journal. A specimen I safe on view. PRICE'S

PRICE S GUNPOWDER-PROOF SAFES —I Orders received at the office of this journal. A specimen I safe on view. PRICE'S

PATENT FIRE AND BURGLARPROOF SAFES. ANOTHER PROOF Of THEIR IMPREGNABILITY. "Rose Hill Colliery, Willonhall, Sep. 19th, ISSD. "Sir—Our office at the Rose Hill Coll cry was entered by - thieves on Saturday night last, when a most determined attempt was made for the second time, to
May 26, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TURF.— PETER MACLURE, 156, Cheapside, London, executes COMMISSIONS to any amount. Orders payable at the General Post Office ; Cheques

TURF.— PETER MACLURE, 156, Cheapside, London, executes COMMISSIONS to any amount. Orders payable at the General Post Office ; Cheques

crossed London and Westminster Bank. A Price Current free. Communications requiring a reply must contain a stamped addressed envelope.
May 26, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ftailtoag ISoticea. MIDLAND RAILWAY.—INCREASED ACCOMMODATION. The MORECAMBE STEAM SHIPS sail during May, 1860— 1 From MORECAMBE to BELFAST, every Evening

ftailtoag ISoticea. MIDLAND RAILWAY.—INCREASED ACCOMMODATION. The MORECAMBE STEAM SHIPS sail during May, 1860— 1 From MORECAMBE to BELFAST, every Evening

(except Friday and Sunday.) From BELFAST to MORECAMBE, every Evening (except Saturday and Sunday.) To LONDONDERRY DIRECT, every Wednesday Evening. From LONDONDERRY DIRECT, every Friday Afternoon. Affording greatly increased facilities of communication between the North and North
May 5, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PIGEONS. — ILLUSTRATED PICTORIAL WORK 30 Steel Exquisitely-engraved Portraits, Beautifully coloured, " matchless." 200 closely p. p.; leather, gilt, 10s.

PIGEONS. — ILLUSTRATED PICTORIAL WORK 30 Steel Exquisitely-engraved Portraits, Beautifully coloured, " matchless." 200 closely p. p.; leather, gilt, 10s.

Six ditto Portraits, "life size," matchless, 65.. originally 275. Of the Author, J. M. Eaton-, 81, Upper-street, Islington, Preparing for Publication. , t , ti / I tit ANEW GENERAL AND COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY OF THE BOROUGHS OF BRADFORD, with BINGLEY, KEIGHLEY, and surrounding Pari
May 5, 1860 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BERKS RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. To the Editor of the Berkshire Chronicle. Sir, —As funds are wanted to defray the necessary expenses

BERKS RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. To the Editor of the Berkshire Chronicle. Sir, —As funds are wanted to defray the necessary expenses

the First Berkshire Volunteer Corps, I venture to ask you to insert in your journal the following explanation of the manner I propose to canvass the district round Reading. As a house-to-house canvass has been made witb great success, the town of Reading, I feel that the help of
May 26, 1860 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BERKS ELECTION.

BERKS ELECTION.

Wednesday last was the appointed day for the nomi- -candidates supply tbe vacancy in the representation of the county caused by the sudden -and ' lamented, death of late Captain Leicester Vernon. The only candidate the field was Mr. B. Benyon, of Englefield House, and it was gen
May 5, 1860 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WEEKLY CALENDAR.

WEEKLY CALENDAR.

Sun Sun Moon - 3 * rises, sets. ® " rises <fo sets h. m h. m. days. h. m. Sun., May.. 6 4 24 7 29 15 53 Monday 4 7 30 16 11 0 Tuesday.... 8 4 21 7 82! 17 11 48 Wed 4 19 7 18 morn. Thursday .. 10 4 17 7 35 19 0 24 Friday 11 4 16 737 20 0 51 Saturday .. ; 4 14 7 38 21 I 10 May 6th
May 5, 1860 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
CONSECRATION OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, AT SPEEN.

CONSECRATION OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, AT SPEEN.

The old parish church of Speen, erected in the 14th or century, has reoently been enlarged and completely restored and beautified by the handsome liberality of the respected vicar, the Rev. H. W. Majendie. and with the exception of the tower, presents an entirely new appearance,
May 5, 1860 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
READING DISPENSARY.—Weekly Return.

READING DISPENSARY.—Weekly Return.

Number on Books ... { Discharged Admitted Died 1 Total I Remaining
May 5, 1860 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England