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Miscellaneous General News.

Miscellaneous General News.

Suicide of the Coroner for the Duchy of Lancaster. —Mr. Thomas Higgs, coroner for the Duchy of Lancaster, has been found dead in bed, at No. 7, Crosier-street, London. He had taken essential oil of almonds. It appears that he was an inveterate opiumeater, and that he has been of
17 January 1857 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
A TERRIBLE TALE TOLD ROUND A CHRISTMAS FIRE.

A TERRIBLE TALE TOLD ROUND A CHRISTMAS FIRE.

sickly-looking young man, who gave the name of "Walter Booth, aged 19, at present inmate of the Islington workhouse, London, but who was formerly a butcher, was placed at the bar of the Clerkenwell Police-court, charged by James Arnault, a pauper in the same establishment, with
17 January 1857 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

MARK-LANE, Monday Evening. The advices from the various provincial markets state there had been very fair supplies, and that but little change in prices had taken place during the past week. At Liverpool White Wheat rules rather cheaper, being about 2d. per 701bs. less. Barley o
17 January 1857 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
BOOKS RECEIVED.

BOOKS RECEIVED.

Dean's Illustrated Almanac, for 1857. —This Almanac, which has reached its thirteenth year of publication, contains, addition to the usual calendar, an amount of useful information which renders it as a book reference a desirable companion to all classes of the community, whilst
17 January 1857 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
No Fks6 Chabokd. Call ob statx toll

No Fks6 Chabokd. Call ob statx toll

STAMMERERS and STUTTERERS ehonld purchase a book written a gentleman WHO CUBED HIMSELF after •offering more than thirty yean. Price IS the Bank Worth a Guinea a Box* B C AMS BI £ S A BB admitted thousands worth above GUINEA A BOX. for BUUoua and Nervous Disorders, such us Wind a
15 May 1855 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 

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DFBIONB OF THE MOUBfDB IN OHIO,

DFBIONB OF THE MOUBfDB IN OHIO,

OF THE MOUBfDB OHIO, They a«mt m* with troi.k, hcAd, Anns, •mi ill tecn.iii-fthle ; mammals nixtyfive yards long ; birds with outspread wings measuring mote than thirty-two yards from lip tip; reptiles, turtles, and “litaids” of colossal dimensions ; and, lastly, Pidpenn mentions
15 May 1855 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
SANITAHT This committee the report of the Medic,il Officer directed that days’ notice should b<> givoii tour , owners of

SANITAHT This committee the report of the Medic,il Officer directed that days’ notice should b<> givoii tour , owners of

13 cotuuo* in Allwrt-road, ohsse-street, Castle-street, and Union-street, for prosulms ooustunt and good water supply. The uccouuh from Luton Union in connoctiou wiih the ama l-pox cases, £l9 12s. to hr paid. A butcher m Cardiganstreet to written to that must not slaughter anima
15 May 1855 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
FOR PLUM CAKE.

FOR PLUM CAKE.

pORWICK’S p.AKINQ pOWDER. FOR TEA CAKES AND SCONES. pOB WICK'S pOWDEK. FOR NORFOLK DUMPLINGS. pORWICKS Q.OLD A L QUSTAHD pOWEER. For Making Delicious Custards and Blancmange. Most agreeable to eat with Puddings, Pies, and Stewed Fruits. Sold all Grocers, Stores, and Corn Dealers
15 May 1855 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
A POISONING STORY.

A POISONING STORY.

Singular evidence was given on Saturday in charge of poisoning brought by Charles Johnson, of Stratford, against bis wife Charlotte. The oonple have been separated for some time, and tbe charge against Mrs. Johnson is that ahe endeavoured poison her husband and a woman named Wal
15 May 1855 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England
 
From “Pun.”

From “Pun.”

Mr. Davittis writing a new book of prison life. It will be interesting, you may take your affl-Davitt. Motto picked up South Kensington: Necessity is the mother of the Inventions Exhibition. Rough. —Young T. Caddy Ah! how d’ye do, Miss Prettypert ** Out on the nicks when the the
03 July 1855 - Luton Times and Advertiser - Luton, Bedfordshire, England