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"OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD."

"OUR NEIGHBOURHOOD."

XXIX.—TWICKENHAM. Continued. But we must return our old go«sip Ironside, who, speaking of the domestic affairs Twickenham, tells us that 44 The principal fuel used is coal. The poor burn the furze that grows the common, as also the turf, which last is usually sold at Is. per 1,0
May 16, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Facts and Rumours.

Facts and Rumours.

- An* old man, named Collins, has died at ft* • ham, It is supposed, from it had been from window, but 1 Cfoh?? body there were many bruises inquest the body, returned open verdict. The States' consul at Glasgow denies that any enlistments have Federal navy ft army Scotland or I
April 18, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AMERICAN SOOTHSAYERS.

AMERICAN SOOTHSAYERS.

We In England are not ourselves wholly frea« from the leaven of that Imposture which pretends to look Into the future, and commnntcate with the other world. Clairvoyants, spirit-mediums, table-turners, and fortuue-te'lers have obtained some slight footing amongst u>. The three f
April 18, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EXTRAORDINARY ROBBERY OF £400.

EXTRAORDINARY ROBBERY OF £400.

At the sesslona, Catherine Coomhs, was Indicted for stealing 4001, the property at Dak field, the February, under tie j lowing extraordinary circumstances It appears that Morris is a carter, of 17s. per week. His wife had 400 sovereigns him, which she kept a box h«>r bedroom. Th
April 18, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CONFESSION OF ALLEGED MURDER.

CONFESSION OF ALLEGED MURDER.

Information has been given by Mr. C. Adams, Channel pilot, that a foreign sailor, who shipped at Cardiff on board the Omega, London, on the 2nd inst., had confessed to the murder lodginghouse keeper llatcliffe-high way, al>out a month ago. ' The sailor, whose name is William Wol
April 26, 1862 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE COMONS DEBATE ON POLAND.

THE COMONS DEBATE ON POLAND.

The first animated debate of the Sessions bore witness to the interest which the House of Commons feels the fate Poland. a general rule, unanlnmy is only found when some formality is gone through, or some political truism enunciated. It is only on matters that are unimpertant or
March 7, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
A Rich Heirfss. —The Will of Myles Custance, Esq., of Malvern Villas, who died in November last, has been proved

A Rich Heirfss. —The Will of Myles Custance, Esq., of Malvern Villas, who died in November last, has been proved

in London. The personalty was sworn under £'>0,000. The whole of his real and personal property, alter securing two small annuities and the payment of a legacy or two, is. to accumulate for his daughter Ada; and the event of her not attaining a vested interest, or dying without
March 7, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE BUDGET.

THE BUDGET.

The following fs the form which the msawres announced by Mr. Gladstone on Thursday take the official language the Votes:— TEA. 3. That, towards raising the supply granted to her Majesty, lieu of the duties of Customs now charged on tea, the following duties of Customs shall, on
April 25, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
RUNNING THE AMERICAN BLOCKADE.

RUNNING THE AMERICAN BLOCKADE.

According intelligence dated New York, April 8, the Alabama is reported to have been seen on the 23rd of March, lat. 32 N., long W. The Cornubia ond the St. George, from Washington, North Carolina, arrived at Bermuda with cotton. The schooner Sue has arrived at New York. She was
April 25, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England
 
COALS BY RAILWAY, & SCREW COLLIERS. per ton. Best Butterloy Coals. - 19s, Seconds. 18s. Hetton's. Stewart's, and Lamb- \

COALS BY RAILWAY, & SCREW COLLIERS. per ton. Best Butterloy Coals. - 19s, Seconds. 18s. Hetton's. Stewart's, and Lamb- \

ton's Wallsend - J Newcastle quality - - - 23a. R. F. STRATTON, KEw BRIDGE COAL DEPOT. COALS. NORTHUMBERLAND WHARF, Brentford End. J MILES, begs to call attention to the cele-0 brated Ruabon Coals supplied to Her Majesty from this wharf. Prices, delivered : Best Wall's End, Scre
April 25, 1863 - Middlesex Chronicle - London, London, England