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Lot 2. All those two Freehold HOUSES, on the north side of Susscx-street, numbered 17 and 18, Lot 3. —All

Lot 2. All those two Freehold HOUSES, on the north side of Susscx-street, numbered 17 and 18, Lot 3. —All

those four Freehold HOUSES the north side of Barlow-street,* numbered 17 to 20. Lot 4.- -All those six HOUSES on the north side of Hammond-street, being Nos. 162 to 167. Lot 5.—A1l those four Freehold HOUSES in Higginson-street, being Nos. 24, 25, 20, and 27. Lot 6. —All that Fr
October 26, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Sharoe Green Farm.—lmportant Sale of Fat Cattle, Calving Heifers, Sheep, Pigs, and Horses. Mr. JAMES is instructed Mr. R. W.

Sharoe Green Farm.—lmportant Sale of Fat Cattle, Calving Heifers, Sheep, Pigs, and Horses. Mr. JAMES is instructed Mr. R. W.

Dobson, of Sbaroe Green Farm, Fuiwood, to offer for Sale Auction, on Thursday, the 7th Nov., at one o’clock in the afternoon, ABOUT 140 Head of CATTLE, comprising II Highland Scot bullocks, 11 fat cows, fat bulls, heifers in calf, lambs, 20 fat sheep, 20 store sheep, 4 fat pigs,
October 26, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BURNLEY

BURNLEY

School Sermons.— On Sunday, two sermons were preached in West Gate Chapel (Independent) by the Rev. J, Parsons, of York. Collections were made on behalf of the Sunday school connected with the chapel, amounting to £lO6 6» 6d. Board op Guardians.— The following members were prese
October 26, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
The Harvest

The Harvest

October 26, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1867.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1867.

October 26, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BACirp AND ROSSENDALE

BACirp AND ROSSENDALE

Shoplifting.— On Monday, Charlotte Elmer, the wife of a painter, residing Lane Head-lane, and in receipt of good wages, was charged at the Bacup Court-house with this offence.—Mr. Jas. Nuttall, butcher, James’s-street, Bacup, said that about half-past four on Saturday afternoon,
October 26, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE CHEAPEST SHOP IN PRESTON

THE CHEAPEST SHOP IN PRESTON

THE CHEAPEST SHOP PRESTON For real good Cabinet Furniture, Painted Goods of every description. Bedding, Carpets, Damasks and Reps, Paper Hangings, Ac., Ac. THO M S West Respectfully invites attention to Ilia superior Mahogany Tudor Bedsteads, £3 ; Iron ditto, from lis Od; Wool Be
October 26, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS. THE KIHG OF THE GREEKS. Berlin, Oct. 18, Evening.—The King of the Greeks left last night for St.

FOREIGN NEWS. THE KIHG OF THE GREEKS. Berlin, Oct. 18, Evening.—The King of the Greeks left last night for St.

Petersburg. THE INSURRECTION. Constantinople, Oct. 19.—Intelligence received here from Crete announces that the Grand Vizier, in presence of the consuls of the Great Powers, asked the beads of the insurrectionary committee what were their wishes. Their reply was union with Greec
October 26, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1867.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1867.

by 2Vurtum. Stand Hill Farm, Hoddleston, near Over Mr. RICHARD RATCLIPFB will Sell Auction, at the above farm, Friday, October 25th, 1867, ALL the FARMING STOCK, comprising 15 head of horned cattle, 36 head of poultry, potatoes, cabbages, farming implements, smiths* tools, hay,
October 19, 1867 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England