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STOCKTON HERAID, FRIDAY, MAY STH, 1865. , AMERICAN

STOCKTON HERAID, FRIDAY, MAY STH, 1865. , AMERICAN

AFF Al RS. May 11 2 3 I Tiil position is becoming more complicated events rapidly turn up in this dreadfully convulsed country. Battles, victories and surrenders, triumphs and rejoicings, yield for a. time to poignant sorrow over the untimely fall of Columbia's greatest man. A n
05 May 1865 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England
 
the point of Sir William Follett, the highest law :authority in the country. In short, every lawyer in the profession

the point of Sir William Follett, the highest law :authority in the country. In short, every lawyer in the profession

agrees in the opinion which we have 'ven tared to offer, and, what ought to flatter our vanity, condemns the validity of the warrant upon exactly the same ground that we have talzen.
02 May 1842 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
BUENOS AYRES PAPERS.

BUENOS AYRES PAPERS.

(From the British Packet) BUENOS AYRES. 16, 1833.—We forbear, in compliance with the exist,4„geeree, to offer any observations on political matters. We 'w however, with safety aver that the provi nce of Buenos hes enjoys 'the most perfect tranquility, and, what is more, it there
27 March 1834 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
T,3IM U,NIAII.IICji.-54, 4 W,TW p /lARCH,I4•7IO. stout I RIL I A

T,3IM U,NIAII.IICji.-54, 4 W,TW p /lARCH,I4•7IO. stout I RIL I A

01 March 1879 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
PRpNT.

PRpNT.

.P,tikeraien Eraittitli'the'ne'vis bet known in Cape Town, steps were taken to rein- Icticah‘Ebriles unaen Lord (Jheltnatnrd. TAW Stdr and Mail says tffiakthe :An) 0,1 the 4th pnt , who had been t luftibehinik to ganniporu Cape it being expected that thw L would not be required
01 March 1879 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

This paper may be had in Denton, every Friday evening from Mr Oreatorex, Post Office; Mr John Butterworth Cooke, Stationer, Hyderoad ; Mr Wilde, Newsagent. opposite Clayton's saw Mills, Manchester-road; S. Dutton, Seymour-str.et, or at the Examiner Office. ACOIDENT.—On Thursday
01 March 1879 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
REGISTER OF OWNERS For the District of AUDEXSITAW. NOTICE OF TIME FOR MAKING CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS. I hereby give Notice

REGISTER OF OWNERS For the District of AUDEXSITAW. NOTICE OF TIME FOR MAKING CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS. I hereby give Notice

that all prawns who are entitled to vote as Owners or Proxies at the Election of Members of the Local Board for the District Of AVOW:0111.W, and who are not on the Register of Owners and Proxies now in force, or who being on the Register do not retain the qualification or the ad
01 March 1879 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
of the 13echuarins, as being a man, and the Queen quite' No doubt the Kings and chie alive upon the

of the 13echuarins, as being a man, and the Queen quite' No doubt the Kings and chie alive upon the

fat of the land,' easily enough, for their attain/ which would do no discredit to London , • P.O. 'E XECUTION i 01 i PD.& . tiurd.reeg co af thocrutwAr retired for his final rest On earth t - a at eleven o'clock on Monday night. The condemned was iii order when he left him. n or
01 March 1879 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
. THE ZULU WAR' INLL DETAILS ISA-NIATLA DISASTER, 'The Daily special correspondent gives full details of the terrible disaster at

. THE ZULU WAR' INLL DETAILS ISA-NIATLA DISASTER, 'The Daily special correspondent gives full details of the terrible disaster at

Isandula. dated Pietermaritzburg, Feb. 3rd. We make the following I X! tt 21 at (0 t TRO.PF. placo'CoNole adar t ing l ii6 oj ik t ) ;l t yl e c t r a t i.a af • advance guardOn . .
01 March 1879 - Denton and Haughton Examiner - Denton, Lancashire, England
 
General Register Office for Servants. MRS WHITFIELD, 99, STOCKTON-ON-Tin. MALE and FEMALE SERVANTS, o f first-class, are wanted. Situations are

General Register Office for Servants. MRS WHITFIELD, 99, STOCKTON-ON-Tin. MALE and FEMALE SERVANTS, o f first-class, are wanted. Situations are

open for BUTLER, I HEAD NURSE, COACHMAN, UNDER NURSE, FOOTMAN, SCULLERY MAID, COOK, GARDENER HOUSE-MAID, I GROOM. KITCHEN-MAID, None need apply who cannot produce exlelleot characters. All applications by letter must be accompanied with a shilling in stamps. Robson Robinson, COA
22 May 1868 - Stockton Herald, South Durham and Cleveland Advertiser - Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, England