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Sore Leg.

Sore Leg.

John Barras, sexton, West Aria ley, near Wakefield. Ilia log al arouud from male to calf was masa of .cabs and ewes, the and pain was so severe that be could not rest nidht or day ; la this state he had been twenty-five weeks, and under a doctor for two mouths, Instead of gettio
April 16, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
OPENED A LARGE NSW BUILDIN 0 Aii SHOW ROOM

OPENED A LARGE NSW BUILDIN 0 Aii SHOW ROOM

OPENED A LARGE NSW BUILDIN SHOW ROOM roa HOUSEHOLD F BRASS AND IRON BEE AND GENERAL YURI , BEDDING, GOODS. The Show Room contains Sofas, Couches, Kitchen Dressers Bedroom Furniture, ; also a number of Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Cots, to., ready fixed, to select from. Bedding and M
October 1, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
ST. MICHAEL'S FESTIVAL.

ST. MICHAEL'S FESTIVAL.

The annual testival it tion of Bt. Michael's Chunk, Westgate commenced on Wednesday evening, when MUM was preached by the Rev. B. E. Smith, of The Church had been specially decorated for the esestion, and lighted tapers and crosses of varied size deseription were, as usual, espe
October 1, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

The Court is expected to return from Scotland the first week in November. It is said that )Mlle. Nilsson is to receive the sum of £25,000 for six months' singing in America. The Earl of Shaftesbury sustained a protninent part on Tuesday in the launching of a lifeboat at Palling,
October 1, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
A SOCIAL QUESTION.

A SOCIAL QUESTION.

EARL RussELL has been attended by a fatality in the matter of letter writing. We desire to speak of that able statesman and consistent Liberal with all due respect. It is granted, however, but to few men to be perfect in all things. Homer himself is said, on high authority, to n
October 1, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRLDE. (Pros as Magnee). There has been an absence of rain during the past week,

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRLDE. (Pros as Magnee). There has been an absence of rain during the past week,

and the weather generally has been chilly and autumnal in ebarric'er. Vegetation, notwithstanding the recent rains, bee not improved in any material extent, and although the supply of grass is slightly larger.it is still much below the average of seasons. The weather has been be
October 1, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
FAMILY

FAMILY

TO BE LET, fora term of five or seven years, the very genteel HOUSE and PREMISES known as 8110011 SANDAL Dear Wak e fi e ld, recen tly occupied by the late R. Mart, IFAq., and containing entrance hall, breakfast and dining rooms (communicating by sliding doom}, drawng room openi
October 29, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
Visztv.

Visztv.

WAKEFIELD PERMANENT WILDING AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY. THE SOCIETY is prepared to ma k e ADVANCES at per Cent. Interest. BEAZ can be subscribed for any &if. bewail Wend at per east. DEPOSITS by way of Loan received at four per east. R. BARRATT, Solicitor TIIOB. SENIOR, W ateOdd. THE
October 29, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
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October 22, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

AIVID.—On the 23rd inst., aged C 5 years, Mr. James Aked, of ail Hill, near Halifax. Agsmeos.—On the 24'h inst., at Otley. aged 65 years, Mr. J. Atkinson, of the Red lion Inn, Burley. the 23rd inst.. aged 68 years, Mr. Charles Appleyard, Coek and Swan Yard, Wakefield. Mamma:ea.—
October 29, 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England