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by Auctiou MR. JAMES THOMPSON takes the opportunity of informing the inhabitants of Over Darwen and the neighbourhood that he

by Auctiou MR. JAMES THOMPSON takes the opportunity of informing the inhabitants of Over Darwen and the neighbourhood that he

has commenced the business of AUCTIONEER and VALUER, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a share of their patronage. —Accounts promptly attended to, and cash advanced on goods consigned for sale. TO Sold by Auction, by Mr. J. BREAKELL, Monday next; August 15th, 1A
13 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
E. Taylor and cops

E. Taylor and cops

13 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
vv.is tie* to hint > of the Joseph Rate

vv.is tie* to hint > of the Joseph Rate

13 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
BEFORE YOU FURNISH, be good enough to visit W. CLARK A CO.'S inimitable STOCK of FURNISHING IRONMONGERY, Table Cutlery, Electro-

BEFORE YOU FURNISH, be good enough to visit W. CLARK A CO.'S inimitable STOCK of FURNISHING IRONMONGERY, Table Cutlery, Electro-

Silver Plate, Lamps, Chandeliers, &c., carriage free. A costly book of engravings, with prices, gratis and post-free. —95 and 9G, London Wall, Loudon, BROOKS and SCHALLER (removed from Picadilly). The INDEX printed Monthly of ESTATES, country and town houses, manors, hunting qua
13 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
i RIME OLD CIGARS, for Is., at N. R. GREY’S. 123, Fishcrgate. WILSON AND JESPERS, 5 and 6, CHEAP3XDE. rjIROUSERS

i RIME OLD CIGARS, for Is., at N. R. GREY’S. 123, Fishcrgate. WILSON AND JESPERS, 5 and 6, CHEAP3XDE. rjIROUSERS

FOR ALL CLASSES, lfi«. Ud. IJI HOUSERS FOR BUSINESS WEAR, Us. «d. rjIUtIUSEKS PROFESSIONAL MEN, ICa. hd. mROUSERS IN OHEVIOTAND SCOTCH m 1 TWEEDS ( ' IJUIOUSERS WELL MADE AND CUT, ICs. Cd. IJIROUSERS MADE TO MEASURE, Ills. (id. rjl ROUS EES READY MADE, 16s. Od. TROUSERS FANCY DO
13 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ARAB INSURRECTION.

ARAB INSURRECTION.

Constantinople, August s.—An Arab insurrection is reported to have again broken out below Bagdad. The Turkish troops have been defeated in three engagements with the insurgents, and have lost three guns. The Persian Gulf cable has been broken. ANGLING IN THE LAKE DISTRICT. (From
13 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CRICKET

CRICKET

|. . —“A. match 'vus pluvctl s four wickete^o^u! ir„«wn,.l much more fortunate m his second i .Wn’ lis sturaiis shivered hy R. Whittle before innings harm hw« l of the st ., r g ccu™t« «he bowling of Bell and Whittle. The batting Tritt for the Wesley was much admired, scoring an
13 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
SUBSIDIARY COURT.

SUBSIDIARY COURT.

(Before Mr. Aspinall, Q.C.) Manslaughter at Bolton.— Eli William Lever was found guilty of the manslaughter of Peter Murphy, butcher, living in Chapel-street, Oldham, and sentenced to three months’ imprisonment. was also ordered to enter into recognisances of £lOO to keep the pe
06 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
To the Editor of the Preston Herald.

To the Editor of the Preston Herald.

Sir,—l think it is only right that the public should made acquainted with the fact that Robert Singleton, in whose name letter written in justification of Mr. Peter’s proceedings appeared in your paper of Saturday last, dentes all knowledge of the production. He says he neither
06 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
FROM CHORLEY,

FROM CHORLEY,

To Presto N.—7 '.tO 8-35 mix, 10 22 M. 12-liJ :Kl2 4-r»P 0-U S-28 mix a. Sundays S-27 M. a, all mixed. To I Ton and usTiiß. mix, h-{,> lU-2S m. 12 4-28 G-43 mix, -.0 8-30 II a.— mis, M. 0-37 mix 8-47 mix, a. FROM CUTHKROE. To Bi.\CKßt'RN.— s-51 mix, 8-‘2'i 10 :W M. 7-35 mix, »-5
06 August 1864 - Preston Herald - Preston, Lancashire, England