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THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 2, 1854.

THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 2, 1854.

said they would not suit her. He consequently produced Mr smaller paint, and the first pair was pat upon the chair beside her. Ile then showed her a pair of boots, and at her request he was in the act of taking down a pair of cools straps, with his back partially turned towards
September 2, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
ROME.

ROME.

The universal jubilee, so lon annowaced as being contemplated by the Pope, is now laid by die Asti Ia Reltyios to have been already proclaimed, and deed to take place in October or November neat. The objects of it will be to obtain:—l. Peace between Christian princes. 2. The app
September 2, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

Two FARMING CASES.-At the Winslow Petty Sessions, 00 the 24th instant, before Sir T. F. Freemantle, Mr. E. W. S. Lowndea, the Rev. 11. J. M. Kerr, and Mr. T. E. Fremantle, David and Joseph Halsey, lads, of hitcluirch, were each charged with having, at that village, stolen horn a
September 2, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL MARKKTS.

LOCAL MARKKTS.

HALIFAX, Saturday.--Wonited goods cc, but sale, without any improvement In price,. Yarns are In demand; but, as the merchants are unwilling to give such rates as the spinners consider remunerative, new contracts are not !eadily mitered into. There is a moderate business doing in
September 2, 1854 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
WHAINEA, 7, OLD Mettomr, ((We Next Dow to the lurei 110.0 AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, ACCOUNTANT, 6ESIEW•L I asp AGENT. Su AAAAA

WHAINEA, 7, OLD Mettomr, ((We Next Dow to the lurei 110.0 AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, ACCOUNTANT, 6ESIEW•L I asp AGENT. Su AAAAA

DUERR. liege to direct the atreolinn of the Nobility, tieutry, Professional Hent!t•men. Ilderohantv, Agrieulteriets. and the Publie generally. of Halifax and its vicinity, to the umuy ' advantages the abort oilier, an intended to embrace; at.d also twits to assure those oho may
January 5, 1850 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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January 5, 1850 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
DEWSBURY.

DEWSBURY.

I lo,111?ALITT.- On New Year Day, Mr. Seimlts. solicitor. r, treat ..kiern ind, mina!, nsaie and Dinner !es was up n;Os mimptuou, ',tanner, health of the w.ohy Foto-ed. .crunderl, and earritil ..d s eifervusiy. The ages the en veterans was 'bunt 10114 years. Cot-R? . Monday lat
January 5, 1850 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by MR. DAVIS, at the House of Mr. John Marsh, the Royal Hotel, Sowerby Bridge, near

BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by MR. DAVIS, at the House of Mr. John Marsh, the Royal Hotel, Sowerby Bridge, near

Halifax. on Alonday, the 13th Day of March, 1843, at Six o'Clock in the Evening, subject to such Con ditions as shall be then and there produced : All that valuable FREhHOLD ESSUAGE or Dwellinghouse. with the Stable, Farm, and Outbuildings and Garden thereunto belonging, situate
March 11, 1843 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL.

LIVERPOOL.

ANOTHER GREAT FIRE IN — Another dreadful fire took place early on Monday morning, by which the boiler workshop, and a great part of tht foundry of Messrs. Fawcett and Preston, in York-street, Liverpool, and two warehouses (one hooded and the other free) were destroyed. The fire
March 11, 1843 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
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March 11, 1843 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England