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FEVER ON THE INCREASE.

FEVER ON THE INCREASE.

FEVER THE INCREASE. From the minutes of the Workhouse Committee, it appeared that four inmates Buffeting from fever in the Fulwood Workhouse had been transferred to the House of Recovery, which raak- a total number twelve suffering from fever in that house.——Mr. How lIT said it w
November 1, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THR PRESTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1871,

THR PRESTON HERALD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1871,

him. The officer cillcil th» Lm-Uord'ii to the reap, ami plea led did not know the man was drunk.—ln reply to the Bench Mr. Superintendent stated that defendant had not been c of for six years.—Tba Bench inflicted the loweat penalty and costa Dogs at Large. —Hubert Jackson, of W
November 1, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
/"VUINSEY SOKE TKKOIT (CURED). TO HENRY BRANPRRTH, 6’, GREAT CH K .STREET. * wl, July 22. IS7I. RespecUd Sir, -

/"VUINSEY SOKE TKKOIT (CURED). TO HENRY BRANPRRTH, 6’, GREAT CH K .STREET. * wl, July 22. IS7I. RespecUd Sir, -

I think It prop* that you and others should know the bent tit I hive had from the your Pill 4 and Plasters npedally iropmUnt la that worki'o? men should know. From 1*5(1 yean—l have had attacks quimey and #nre throat wiut. r. lost (rum six to eight wieks every year, until this y
November 1, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BOYS AND YOUTHS’ OVERCOATS AND REEFERS IN GREAT VARIETY.

BOYS AND YOUTHS’ OVERCOATS AND REEFERS IN GREAT VARIETY.

BOYS AND YOUTHS’ OVERCOATS AND REEFERS GREAT VARIETY. Thomas atkinson, hot ebgihieb, Ik'.lilreet, Pres ton. pLAYING CARDS, BESIQUB, ►MO SCRAPS, OUTLINES for ILLUMINATING, Ac. A New and Varied Selection, F EEODSON’S, 125, Fisheboate. A New Stock of Jewellery, Albums, Illustrated B
November 4, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE FAMINE IN PERSIA.

THE FAMINE IN PERSIA.

THE FAMINE PERSIA. The Calcutta correspondent of the Pali If all Gazette, vritiog of the distress to Persia, says ■Rio accounts which, daring the time of famine, reach Mr ears from Persia show that we hardly know to what depth of maUdminnitration that once flourishing empire has
November 4, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
To the Burgetsea Trinity Ward. Blackburn. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-Permit me toexprew grateful Hcknowlcdgemeuta for the honour you have this day

To the Burgetsea Trinity Ward. Blackburn. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-Permit me toexprew grateful Hcknowlcdgemeuta for the honour you have this day

conferred upon by electing me one of your rcpreseutatlrca the Town Council. You may rely upon earneat end*avoura to advance the best iatereats and welfare of the borough. To my energetic committee thanks are especially duo for their untiling exertions in behalf, I also wish to i
November 4, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
To the Editor of the Herald,

To the Editor of the Herald,

SIR,—In your paper Saturday last I have rend the report case against Thomas Shaw, of this place, who was charged before the county magistrates at Blackburn the preceding Wednesday, with selling beer without licence, and I find that his wife, Jane Shaw, was examine I ou his behal
November 4, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1871

THE HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1871

do benefit town at large, would give hi# word for it that it should have best att«-ntiun—(hear, hear.) had represented them io Chamber for twelve months, and bad done anything wished to be told of it. could say that had attended every meeting that had been held, and no other oon
November 4, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
THE HERALD. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1871. FYLDE & GARSTANG.

THE HERALD. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1871. FYLDE & GARSTANG.

R. Rush ton, Watch, Maker, Jeweller, and Optician, 2, Market-street (opposite the Pier), Blackpool. Watches, clocks, and jewell'jry and promptly repaired the premises by skilful workmen,— Advt. I.VTIIAM Parish Church.— We understand that the Rev. H. C. Green lias the curacy Lyth
November 4, 1871 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TOTNBS,

TOTNBS,

November 3, 1871 - Dartmouth & South Hams chronicle - Dartmouth, Devon, England