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A HEROINE.

A HEROINE.

A naval command should be bestowed the heroine of the following achievement: Among the American vessels captured the pirate Retribution was the American brigantme J. P. Ellicott, of Locksport, Me., A. master. Her officers and crew were taken on board the pirate and placed arms.
March 28, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

LONDON CORN EXCHANGE MARK LANE, Monday. The supply of English wheat received fresh up to this morning's market was only moderate. But few samples came 1,0 hand in good condition, and these wexe mostly disposed off at barely last Monday's quotations. Inferior qualities, however,
March 28, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PRIZE MEDAL. INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. After a most searching series of analysis, the Jurors have Awarded a Prize Medal for the

PRIZE MEDAL. INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. After a most searching series of analysis, the Jurors have Awarded a Prize Medal for the

Purity and Excellence of Quality of WOTHERSPOON 'S VICTORIA LOZENGES, Which are to be had variously flavoured, In Packets at Id., 2d., 4d., Bd., 1/4 each. WOTHERSPOON & CO., Glasgow & London. Sold by STUDLEY AND SON, Brentford. Great Fall in the Price of Sugar. J. JONES~& Co., T
March 28, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
OLD AND HELPLESS.

OLD AND HELPLESS.

A gentleman has sent the following letter for publication. is great blessing tnat there are gentlemen who interest themselves in persons to whom the world presents no object of interest, but who cannot, even in their old age, gather themselves together to die in peace with all,
October 24, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE GERMANS IN AMERICA.

THE GERMANS IN AMERICA.

The special correspondent of the writing from Cincinnati, pens the following respecting the Germany Western States, which is but account of what over the greater part of the United States The Germans here are numbered aIU0 », uncompromising Republicans, not all the . because the
October 24, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
An INCIDENT of the AMERICAN WAR.

An INCIDENT of the AMERICAN WAR.

About a twelvemonth since, when disaster everywhere overtook the Union arms, and our gallant sons were falling fast under the marvellous sword of rebellion (says the New York Times), * young lady scarce nineteen, just from an academy in a sister State, conceived the idea that sh
October 24, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
The Markets.

The Markets.

ILONJX)N CORN EXCHANGE. MARK LANE, MONDAY. Fresh up to Mark-lane to-day the arrivals English wheat were of limited extent, but most samples were received in good dry condition, and the quality of the produce was fine. The continuance of full average receipts of wheat and flour f
October 24, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We request that our Correspondents will write all their communications as briefly as possible. They will thus

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We request that our Correspondents will write all their communications as briefly as possible. They will thus

often insure the insertion of an article which would otherwise be laid aside. Kvery communication must be accompanied the name and address of the writer, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith . —All communications intended for insertion the currant we
October 24, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BRENTFORD.

BRENTFORD.

PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, October 17tii. Before F. 11. N.Glo sop, Esq, (Chairman), G. Cooper, J. R. Hogarth, E. Don nit home, and B.'Sharpe, Esqrs. The Court-room was much crowded respectable persons, who appeared to take great interest in the proceedings of the dav, especially
October 24, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HOUNSLOW.

HOUNSLOW.

VOLUNTEER BALL. Ball, in commemoration of the Royal Nuptials, was given at the Town Hall, on Wednesday last, by the of the 16 th South West Middlesex Volunteer Corps. It was a brilliant success. Tie hall was decorated for the occasion Mr. the zealous and indefatigable superinten
April 11, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England