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Tb.G•sette contatas !Ise !ppoiuuseat ototthert

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to newly rrgiii;eets. bas written • long letter to the Afore. expressing gratitude to aud her to take the initiatove 3.t intjt. n , , Li s s webs', including to the road of pogrom and freedom. The reductions in die Austrian .0 AIN sanounced, would appear to be on the pow of effe
October 4, 1862 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

The vi-it of the King of Prussia to the Emperor Napa lenit is now a thing of the past. His Majesty left Compiegne on Tuesday morning, and we are told that "the parting of the two Sovereigns was "most cordiaL" What passed at notable interview roust of course remain • secret until
October 12, 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
I% AA I:FIELD CHURCH INSTITUTION. riltiE ANNEAL SOIREE will be held in thr I. Co A BC ILDINUT, Ott THU

I% AA I:FIELD CHURCH INSTITUTION. riltiE ANNEAL SOIREE will be held in thr I. Co A BC ILDINUT, Ott THU

. the 211 i lteteber, tprit. Tli.. (It iir will be taken by the The It. v. Cumin CAMIDGE, M.A., Vicar. The following gentlemen have &Wady promised allend The Rev. BELI, M.A., Rural Ono, 'the Re, J SHARP. Rev. BURRELL The Rec. W.E.I.II'II.EWOOI I . MA.,• The Worshipful the MAYOR,
October 12, 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
L'ANA, from L'io to r ead, to ty among on Peratnial Security • to T.llAaaisos, Accountant, 6,

L'ANA, from L'io to r ead, to ty among on Peratnial Security • to T.llAaaisos, Accountant, 6,

October 12, 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
I.I.:TfER-PRESS PRINTING ESI'AII.

I.I.:TfER-PRESS PRINTING ESI'AII.

PRES P HESS OFFICE, KIKKUATF:, WAKEFIIID:
October 4, 1862 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 

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TOWN MISSION ANNIVERSARY. M lIE TWENTY-SECOND ANNIVERSARY I. of Ike WAKEFIELD TOWN MISSION, will be held in the Nlutfic on

TOWN MISSION ANNIVERSARY. M lIE TWENTY-SECOND ANNIVERSARY I. of Ike WAKEFIELD TOWN MISSION, will be held in the Nlutfic on

TUK.DAY EV N LYT, Oct. 7th, 1862. Tea on the tables dt five o'clock, after which the PUBLIC MEETING be held,when WILI.I M HENRY LEATHAM, &moire, is expected to preside, and the following gentlemen to ,fildress the meeting , The Rem. FRED. RARNEi. Morley; J. S. EASTMF.AD. HENRY S
October 4, 1862 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
SELECTIONS.

SELECTIONS.

If you want to be a "swell" of the first water, get •ne dropsy. "0, whit a soft seat!" as the hat said when placed ,us the dandy's head. In a committee of lades, whatever is voted is no doubt always carried try a handsome majority. "Mamma," -341 little girl, "can a door speak ?"
October 17, 1863 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
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October 17, 1863 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
LATEST NEWS TELEGRAMS, HOME NEWS. LoNowt, Friday Morning.

LATEST NEWS TELEGRAMS, HOME NEWS. LoNowt, Friday Morning.

THE SEBASTIAN CABOT —ln regard to this vessel, respecting which apprehensions have .been felt, the followirur telegram has been received in this city :—The Sebastian Cabot was left by the Archipelago, which has put into Holyhead, having left the former at four p.m. yesterday, al
October 17, 1863 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
LONDON HOUSE. MILLINERY AND GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, BOTTOM OF KIRKGATE. J. SWANN BEGS to announce that he is now showing

LONDON HOUSE. MILLINERY AND GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, BOTTOM OF KIRKGATE. J. SWANN BEGS to announce that he is now showing

a large and w ell-assorted stock in every department suitable for the present Season. FANCY DRESSES, WINCEYS, SHAWLS, MANTLES, &c., In great variety. GOODS CONSIDERABLY UNDER MANUFACTURERS' PR 3oh l iste C JP E Aro, 4 Nu . LINENS, BLANKETS, AND FLANNELS, Bought before the advanc
January 17, 1863 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England