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PIECE lIALL, HALIFAX.

PIECE lIALL, HALIFAX.

For Me UENEFIT MASTER GINGELL. Second and Final Grand Chinese FETE OF LANTF.RNS FIREWORKS! bring the most magnificent Fete aver introduced in Ilnbfna, will take place on Theadaf, July 30M, 1844. on which occasion the Hall will be lllntni• anted in a novel and picturesque manner.
July 27, 1844 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
IXCENDURT Finrs.

IXCENDURT Finrs.

Finrs. Mr. M. moved on address to her Majesty for the appointment of a commission to enquire into the origin of the incendiary tires in the eastern counties. In a speech, remarkable for its length and dittoes., the hon. member went over the alleged cause of the incendiary fires—t
July 27, 1844 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN AND HUDDERSFIELD AND BRADFORD ADVERTISER.

THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN AND HUDDERSFIELD AND BRADFORD ADVERTISER.

THE BRITISH HONG-HONG TEA COMPANY, FAITHFCI. to their professed principle of supplying the Public with none but genuine Teal of superior character, have to congratulate themselves on the liberal patronage they have hitherto received. It would be easy to pretend, as some Advertie
September 14, 1844 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN AND HUDDERSFIELD AND BRADFORD ADVERTISER.

THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN AND HUDDERSFIELD AND BRADFORD ADVERTISER.

hems," underneath. It was accompanied by ali temperance bead, one of which attended each trade; and all the different members, who walked two and two, were repeal buttons with ribbons round their necks, from which the majority of them suspended tensporonce medal.. The followed,
September 14, 1844 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN AND HUDDERSFIELD AND BRADFORD ADVERTISER.

THE HALIFAX GUARDIAN AND HUDDERSFIELD AND BRADFORD ADVERTISER.

The new Governor of Hong Kong, Mr. J. F. Davies, with his unite. landed there on the Bth of May. He was immediately sworn into office. Some dimtorbences had occurred at Canton between the Chinese and the Americans, but they were of trifling import. Piracy prevailed on the Chines
September 14, 1844 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
*ping Saobiono. & C. HEBDEN respectfully inform • their Friends, the Ladies of Halifax and its Vicinity, that C. H.

*ping Saobiono. & C. HEBDEN respectfully inform • their Friends, the Ladies of Halifax and its Vicinity, that C. H.

is Returned from London. where she has made a choice Selection of GOODS suitable for the present Season; Millinery, I) &c. &c., both from English and Parisian Houses, which will be Ready for Inspection on Tuesday, Me 9th Instant, when they solicit the favour of a call. OUT-DOOR
May 6, 1843 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
THE HORLEY-GREEN SPA AND BATH

THE HORLEY-GREEN SPA AND BATH

HOUSE. MIL GILL begs to return his grateful Thank, for the distinguished Patronage which the above Establishment has received since it. restoration in 1840, and would respectfully inform the Public that it is now Open for the Season. In addition to the Chalybeate Spring, he has
May 6, 1843 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
*ale bp auction.

*ale bp auction.

FARMS IN SOWERBY. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, at the W airs Lows las. in Halifax, on Me 291 A Day May. 1843, at Five &Cos& in the Afternoon. in such Lots and subject to Conditions as shall be then and there agreed spew previously disposed of by Private Contrast,. of which notice will b
May 6, 1843 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
•GENTP.

•GENTP.

HAW►AX Mr. HART I. EY, Bookseller. Bradford Mr. Taylor, Bookseller. II uddersfield.. Mr. Dewhirst, Bookseller. Londen..Mr. Boller. Chemist. 4. Cheapaide. Gninsbro' ....Mr. R. Brown, Bookseller. Pontefract.— .Mr. Fox, Bookseller. Leeds. r. H -Mon. 7. Briggs's, e. nnd 77wesOffice
May 6, 1843 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England
 
Vublit 24Totitt0. TOTH E AFFLICTED WITH RUPTURE. LOSS OF LIMB, IN - KNEES. BOWED LEGS, TURNED FEET, WEAKNESS AND CUR♦

Vublit 24Totitt0. TOTH E AFFLICTED WITH RUPTURE. LOSS OF LIMB, IN - KNEES. BOWED LEGS, TURNED FEET, WEAKNESS AND CUR♦

NATURE OF THE SPINE, dec. *c. THACKRAH, SURGICAL MACHINIST • and TRIM MAILER to the Halifax Infirmary and Union, respectfully informs his Friends and the Public that he has REMOVED from Broad Street. to No. 8. KING-CROSS STREET. J. T. particularly wishes to call the attention of
May 6, 1843 - Halifax Guardian - Halifax, Yorkshire, England