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J. - WHITTAKER, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, BRID (a WATER-STREET, LY ht , Douro to return his thanks to the

J. - WHITTAKER, SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, BRID (a WATER-STREET, LY ht , Douro to return his thanks to the

numeroas residents of Lymm and neighbourhood who have extended to him their patronage sinoe he commenced business, now nearly two years ago. The manner in which he executed the work entrusted to him in the past, he hopes will his sufficient for • continuance of same.
January 12, 1878 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
JOUN UNNERLEY, liIIILDERS' MERCHANT, ARPLEF dTAIIOI.. , WARRINGTON. SLATES, Lime, Sanitary Pipes, Roofing Felt, Laths, Hair, Plaster, Cements, Sand, Flooring

JOUN UNNERLEY, liIIILDERS' MERCHANT, ARPLEF dTAIIOI.. , WARRINGTON. SLATES, Lime, Sanitary Pipes, Roofing Felt, Laths, Hair, Plaster, Cements, Sand, Flooring

and Faring Tiles. Gliwod Cow Bozos. Vit Trougha. to.. to., so.
January 12, 1878 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THURSDAY.

THURSDAY.

_ 'Ronne:- rus --Joseph Shipman, a journeyman tailor, was charged oa teinand with having sullen several pieces of cloth and a quantity of silk thread, valued at Lii , the property of John S. Macbeth, tailor and draper, 79, Bold-street. The prisoner had been in the prosecutor'. e
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. VICTOR E.IOLiNUEL.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. VICTOR E.IOLiNUEL.

In the death of Vicros EMMANUEL one of I the great figures of modern history passes out ! of men's sight, though not out of a nation's I gratitude. This generation has witnessed many changes in the map of Europe, and no I change has been more complete and grati I fying than that
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MASONIC INSTALLATION.

MASONIC INSTALLATION.

The annual installation meeting of the members of the Prince of %Vales Lodge, No. 1,035, took place on . Thursday at the Skelmersdale-hall, Westminster-road. The-e was a very large number of the members of the lodge present. and also several , visitors from lindred . lodges. Bro
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
CQRPORATION FREE LECTURES. MR. PICTON ON OUR ANCESTORS.

CQRPORATION FREE LECTURES. MR. PICTON ON OUR ANCESTORS.

The thirteenth winter course of free lectures for the people, under the auspices of the Liverpool Corporation, was opened on Monday at the hall of the Free Public Library. The Mayor (Mr. A. IL. I'orwood) presided. There was a crowded attendance to hear the opening address by Mr.
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MARKETS &c.

MARKETS &c.

The followincr are Tutu Liverpool corn market : 3 I%lh. a. d. B. 4. English.new real° 4.01 0 white.. ll 3..11 9 Irish, red ~ white U 0 0 0 U. 8.140.1 3..11 6 ~ No. 2 lO 11 11 2 Whiter red 11 8..12 0 tr abite 12 4..12 10 Canadian, whitel2 8-12 10 o rei 11 1 11 7 Dannbiau Californ
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
ALARM AT A LIVERPOOL THEATRE.

ALARM AT A LIVERPOOL THEATRE.

On Monday night the Alexandra Theatre Was crowded with a large audience, drawn thither to Witness the Christmas pantomime, "The Children hi the Wood." Old and young were enjoying the he and the scenery, when, about nine o'clock, m sii4ht accident caused for a little time a great
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
IMPORTANT MUNICIPAL ELECTION DECISION.

IMPORTANT MUNICIPAL ELECTION DECISION.

A judgment of the highest interest, as affecting municipal elections, was given on Tuesday afternoon at the Plymouth Law Courts by Mr. Prentice, QC., sitting as judge by instruction of the Court of Queen's Bench. Two Conservative councillors wens elected for two wards on the 9th
January 12, 1878 - Liverpool Weekly Courier - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
in you and in nothing. committed had better retire to your own entrain* &tthedk the non* OA imp

in you and in nothing. committed had better retire to your own entrain* &tthedk the non* OA imp

in you and in nothing. committed had better retire to your own entrain* the OA every Excuse um, those think - her but I must' snd were uncle -ear—th. , h - - a v - a - detestal;le even to scorn of evils,_ me to a lifelong misery. I - _ , Mr Marston, . you are acting very foolishl
January 12, 1878 - Northern Weekly Gazette - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England