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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

Fritlay, Jan. 2. BAMKR'JPTS. . ilemington, It. Stephenson, D. Remington, and J. P. Toolmin, of Lombard street, bankers, surrender Jan. 9, one, 16, at twelve, and Keb. 13, at one, Basinirhall stoat. Solicitors, Messrs. Harrow and Co. Basinghall -street. J. B. Beaumont, late of Xe
10 January 1829 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
CORRESPONDENTS. We for tome tine o.i ibe mat, and think hsr>t last " unkennelled ihe Dr. Marplot, being only a

CORRESPONDENTS. We for tome tine o.i ibe mat, and think hsr>t last " unkennelled ihe Dr. Marplot, being only a

in practice had better r»»d " Culien'a First Lion," beiaf mart to rortiibu'- hit professional than his id's bouri faUric stin; paragraphs for priut distinguished for iu slskW aud hatred truth. can find an apolog-r tor the Mfiiitimmi of Lilitit , th • disclcsjres of the Borough R
10 January 1829 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SOMNAMBULISM.

SOMNAMBULISM.

Tuesday evening an inquisition was taken the Three Tuns, Coleman-street, before T« Shelton, Esq., coroner, view of the body of Louisa Elvin,a fine girl, aged 17. Mrs. Ann Florv, housekeeper to John Esq., merchant, of No. 17, Finshbury-circus, deposed, that the deceased was her n
10 January 1829 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Leicesteb Tbade. — We cannot report any improve- ment in the demand, either for tbe home or foreign market. We

Leicesteb Tbade. — We cannot report any improve- ment in the demand, either for tbe home or foreign market. We

believe more hands have been discharged during the past week, and that most of the mill* are running short time. In wool, there ia little or no alteration in price, bnt the briskness which prevailed a month since, ia now succeeded by great dulness and tendency to lower rates : s
14 March 1840 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Priated snd published by THOMAS THOMPSO"^ the Market-place, in the parish of St. Marti. % borough of Leicester, Printer and

Priated snd published by THOMAS THOMPSO"^ the Market-place, in the parish of St. Marti. % borough of Leicester, Printer and

Publish*. ?? dwelling-house ia the Market-plaea _fore»*id> \. Parish of St. Martin aad borough of I _tea*ter •*% Orders aad Advertisements for TKB CHBOIfICLE ?? Me_sr». Newton and Co., Warwick -square; by Mr ■ *• , * », Ftot-toet ; Mr. 3. Deacon, (CoHee House), ?? * brook ; Mess
14 March 1840 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
BOARD OF TRADE INQUIRY.

BOARD OF TRADE INQUIRY.

BoaH Tr«'lo imiMinr into lh» aoodrnt was on* r>o<| ©n mom;up Major I’nnjlo lh** conducted private. Prior the inquiry Major lutpoctod the La© aad wreckaea.
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
KKI-PTNT! THE PROMISE rt‘«ary Walker "No. ma'a >m choice. I'm bound be I:

KKI-PTNT! THE PROMISE rt‘«ary Walker "No. ma'a >m choice. I'm bound be I:

THE PROMISE rt‘«ary Walker "No. ma'a >m choice. I'm bound be ain’t dirty ,ur. wrote a i»pmak<*r once, an" Mrs. Hou.-ekeep ; " WHI, vou no? 'i»* that Weary WaJUt about five Beranae, ma'am, that hrt» +.—- gum; They wore ferry, rather da»?erou« at high .end the boat rickety. pe. " t
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ENGAGING THE PEOmgS lON AE

ENGAGING THE PEOmgS lON AE

ENGAGING THE lON AE J. A. Hawk/', for pUintiff, siiticd that Chru.uiaa*., 1911. Mr. Mr.>. v 10 play tii- I nk* ~{ the Club. . . »bich ii- were local ben,, ran? up the club and • n;;..- tbe s-mew the W. Jl Horn, v.w. Horn.- . ? Mr. .l Mr*. Gavtn, with Mr, Mrs t-.eu.r fat her. proc
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
50 DAYS TO CROSS ATLANTIC.

50 DAYS TO CROSS ATLANTIC.

SAFETY THE STEAMER SNOWDON RANGE.
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
i<iant 'angrily) No; but it rnigl said alto would not pay the S. prison for tho seven days.

i<iant 'angrily) No; but it rnigl said alto would not pay the S. prison for tho seven days.

i<iant 'angrily) No; but it said alto would not pay the S. prison for tho seven days. Two r*«ne<l George Pamell AvervM 18 were yv-terrlay oomm;: and Oiario- Cheltenham on ehargo of moony menatsw from elderly lady, Mu* Hulmau. who lived alone. The vouth*. it was wasi. house lat*.
18 January 1913 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England