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ittslaws Parisian Bazaar, lythax. Mr W ARTENBERO rwpcctfullj announces the REMOVAL OF HIS BUSINESS new premise* the Ooms or Dzocohbon

ittslaws Parisian Bazaar, lythax. Mr W ARTENBERO rwpcctfullj announces the REMOVAL OF HIS BUSINESS new premise* the Ooms or Dzocohbon

Ti&bacb and thb Bbach, Lttham, end invite* visit of inspection. •• Stock is replete in every branch with the CHOICEST NOVELTIES, and every care has been taken to combine ELEGANCE, UTILITY, AND CHEAPNESS. ARTICLES SUITED TOR PRESENTATION, OR WEDDING OR BIRTHDAY PRESENTS will be f
October 3, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Military officers’ mess wine account BOOK, ns used at Preston, Pembroke Dock, and other military barrack*; comprising daily, weekly, and

Military officers’ mess wine account BOOK, ns used at Preston, Pembroke Dock, and other military barrack*; comprising daily, weekly, and

monthly wine account; weekly and monthly wine ex* Kditure; repeated to last one year. Price £1 Simpkin, Marshall, and Co.; Preston: Worthington and Co. rrilM BOBBIN’S LANCASHIRE DIALECT, contain* .JL in* the Adventures and Mishaps of Tummus and Meary, with glossary of the obsole
October 3, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
AUSTRIA.

AUSTRIA.

Vienna, September 28.—The General Oorrespondenz of to-day«denles that the Western Powers have made any decided formal propositions to Austria with regard to Poland. The statements of some French papers on this subject are therefore mere conjectures.
October 3, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
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MISS LOVE wishes to inform the ladies of Preston and its vicinity that she makes her second show of Winter Fashions on WEDNESDAY, and two following days. MRS. STANLEY’S SHOW-ROOMS will be ready for inspection Wednesday next, with choice selection of NOVELTIES, suitable for the ap
October 17, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CITY OF CORK

CITY OF CORK

.Saturday 17th „ EDINBURGH ..................... Wednesday 2l»t „ CITY OF WASHINGTON ... Wednesday 28th „ And every Wednesday, and every alternate Saturday/ Cabin passage, by the Mail Steamers sailing every Wednesday, 15, 17, and 21 Guineas, according to the accommodation. Cabin
October 17, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE POLISH QUESTION.

THE POLISH QUESTION.

Viennn, October 13.-The O.t DntKhe thi, erening coll, for engrew empowered to •ott Poluih question. Should such congress declare that Russia had forfeited all right Poland, Austria might adhere to this decision, and even calmly see the approach of war, in that case she would onl
October 17, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.

R. J., LongHdge.—A capital story, and well told, but too delicate and dangerous matter for publication in newspaper. Reason Why (Blackbumi —The party names. Whig and Tory, as used at the present day, hare little connection with their original signification. Lord Macaulay gives t
October 17, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
REUTER’S TELEGRAMS.

REUTER’S TELEGRAMS.

POLAND, RUSSIA, AND TURKEY.—The Independence mentions rumour that the Poles, disappointed on the side of Western Europe, have offered Turkey an alliance, offensive and defensive, to recognise for the Saltan all that the Ottoman Empire bos lost in successive warfare with the Czar
October 17, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

There are in England and Wales 102,462 housemaids. The personalty of the late Lord Normanby has been sworn under £25.000. The nomination for Reading will take place to-day, and that for Barnstaple on Monday next. There are 2,399 males and 213 females engaged as telegraph opersto
October 17, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
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>F THE “HERALD” STON. Longworth, T., G 7, Friargate Morgan, H., 11, Egbert-atreet Morgan, J., 4P, LiUKoeter road Monks, John, 41. Brook-street Mawdesley, R., SO, Brook-st Miller, Thomas, 16, North road Macfarlane, Mrs., Arenham-sk Nicholson. Mr.. 24. Adelphi at Odlam, H., Hyke h
October 17, 1863 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England