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Education.

Education.

PRESTON SCHOOL OF ART.—The next Quarter will commence on Monday, the Ist op April.
March 30, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WANTED, quantity of good BOBBIN TURNERS and a good SAWYER; also, a MANAGING FOREMAN, one who thoroughly understands the bobbin

WANTED, quantity of good BOBBIN TURNERS and a good SAWYER; also, a MANAGING FOREMAN, one who thoroughly understands the bobbin

business. Liberal wages.-—Apply, James Benuett, White Carr Mill, Longridge. WANTED, a FOREMAN PACKER, accustomed to the work and who can rend and wiite. —Apply, by letter only, stating wages and how and where last employed, J. Harrison and Sons, engineers, Blackburn. WANTED, DWE
March 30, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SUNDRIES.

SUNDRIES.

Team Work, per horse, cart and driver per day. Do-, per horse and driver per day night. Barrows per doeeu. Scavengers’ Brooms per dozen. Coals and Slack per ton Oil and Naptha Varnish pergallon. White Lead, Paint, and Putty perpound. 20-ounce Glass, cut to pattern per dozen. Spe
March 30, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
■\TOTICE hereby given, that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between Edward Richard Sansom and Robert Ward, carrying on the business of

■\TOTICE hereby given, that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between Edward Richard Sansom and Robert Ward, carrying on the business of

Monumental Masons, at No. 68, New Hall-lane, within Preston, in the county of Lancaster, under the style or firm of 44 Sansom aud Ward, 4 has this day been DISSOLVED mutual consent, and in future the said business will be carried by tbe said EDWARD RICHARD SANSOM alone, by whom
March 30, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT; 1861.-In the County Court of Lancashire, holden at Lancaster, in the matter of ARTHUR LEWIS, of number

THE BANKRUPTCY ACT; 1861.-In the County Court of Lancashire, holden at Lancaster, in the matter of ARTHUR LEWIS, of number

1, Parker-street, in Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, auctioneer, appraiser, and estate agent, adjudged bankrupt in formd pauperis on the 25th day of January, 1867. ». order of discharge will be delivered to the bankrupt after the expiration of thirty days from this date,
March 30, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
mO be Let, with immediate possession, all that INN or X Public-house, called the Albion Hotel, situated at Bispham, near

mO be Let, with immediate possession, all that INN or X Public-house, called the Albion Hotel, situated at Bispham, near

BlackpooL—Apply to Hull, Cardwell, and Co., Glover-street Brewery, Preston.
March 30, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
nnO Let, with possession on Ist May next, the X HOUSE No. 48, Fisbergate, Preston ; also, stable and room

nnO Let, with possession on Ist May next, the X HOUSE No. 48, Fisbergate, Preston ; also, stable and room

for conveyance if required.—Application to made to H. Hunt and Co., Spirit Merchants, Fisbergate, Preston.
March 30, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
West Hey, Blackpool. Important Sale of Rosewood, Mahogany. Birch, and Painted HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, white goose feather beds, hair mattresses, electro

West Hey, Blackpool. Important Sale of Rosewood, Mahogany. Birch, and Painted HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, white goose feather beds, hair mattresses, electro

plate, from I,(XX) to 2,000 yard of Brussels and Kidderminster carpeting, hearth rugs and heald mats, Ac., Ac,, Mr. WILLIAM BILLINGTON has been favoured with ~ WikU instructions from Sir Thomas Pcreival Heywood, Bart., to prepare and Sell by Auction whole of the remaining portio
March 30, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
William Gtillow,

William Gtillow,

WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, Chapel Walks (opposite Winckfey-strect), Fishergate, Preston. Finest BRANDIES, 285., 305., and 325. per gallon. Do. WHISKIES, 16a. 6d., 18s., 19a., and 20s, do. Do. Old RUM, 16a. 6d. per gallon. Do. Old JAMAICA WHITE RUM, 17s. per gallon. Superior PORT
March 30, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England