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1864.

1864.

KEATING’S COUGH LOZEXGES.-Wmt diseases are more fatal in their consequences than neglected coughs, colds, sore throats, lungular affections? The first and best remedy is Keating’s Cough Lozenges.— Important to Clergemcn, Public Speakers, and Singers,— “St. Paul's Cathedral, 30th
February 13, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ElOn TEENFENNT BOOKS.

ElOn TEENFENNT BOOKS.

ROSEBUD STORIES. Sixteen sorts, each with four coloured Pictures, strongly bound in doth. Is. W. each. An interesting descriptive Catalogue of the various Bcriet, giving brief but Clear View of the Scope or Contents <««*«* Book, has been carefully prepared. It is accompanied by
February 13, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
NEW WRIT.

NEW WRIT.

the motion of Mr. Bkanu, now wa it was ordered for Brighton, in the room of Mr. resigned.
February 13, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
company I willing to provide, and I hope some scheme may devised to prevent the necessity and expense of seeking

company I willing to provide, and I hope some scheme may devised to prevent the necessity and expense of seeking

the further aid of Parliament. I deplore the loss you have suffered owing to the five months’ stoppage of the works through park, and will use every effort to prevent further loss and annoyance.” Mr. Leigh : It appears there is nothing done in the shape of a settlement. The Chai
February 13, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
('Telegraph CumiMntfs Express.)

('Telegraph CumiMntfs Express.)

Schleswig, Tuesday*—Heavy artillery has passed Rends, burg on the way t» Fleusburg. In engagement near Duppel to day the Prussians are reported to have lost ouu men. Result not known. GALLANT BEHAVIOUR DANISH REGl- MENT.—Copenhagen, February Bth. p.rn.—A report of the War Minist
February 13, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKBURN.

BLACKBURN.

General Relief.—During hist week the Relief Committee administered relief in cases, representing 2,154 persons. The relief consisted of £O2 in csish; 7,2001b5. of flour; and 1,4401b3. of meal. total income from other sources was £4l 4s. sd. Coal Distribution.— The Relief Committ
February 13, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ACCRINGTON

ACCRINGTON

PEEL INSTITUTION AND MARKET COMPANY. To the Editor of the Preston Herald. Sir,—Many of your readers will recollect that a few mouths since it was resolved, at a ratepayers’ meeting, that the abova institution should purchased the Accrington Local Board of Health, and the sura of
February 13, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FROM ORMSKIRK.

FROM ORMSKIRK.

.. ®* o **. Blackburn, &c.—7-55 mix, 10-11 m. 1-5 2-50 20 5 rai V£ Sundays: 8-5 M. 5-40 9-30 a, all mix.—(’To Preston only.) . l ro ? 7 mixed . 8-55 10 11-SS 1-22 4-15 7-0 8-15 mixed, a.- Sundays: 9-35 M. 4-409-15 a, all mixed. . To sooproßi.-r-sfi mix, io nno M . i-o 4-40 6-45
February 13, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FULWOOD NEW CHURCH.

FULWOOD NEW CHURCH.

SALE OF LADIES’ WORK, Id aid of the Building Fund of this Church, is to be held Wednesday, 22nd June, and following days. Contributions in aid of the Sale will be thankfully received. Albert-terrace, Fulwood. E. J. HAYNES. LONDON AND NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY. MARCUS’S WHITSUNTIDE E
May 7, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL MARINE INSU-

THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL MARINE INSU-

RANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. NOTICE is hereby given, that this Company will coraraenco business at their new premises, COWPEE’S COURT, Cornhill, the 16th May instant.—4, Clement's Lane, 2nd May, 1864.
May 7, 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England