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fIOMFOBTABLE LODGINGS, with nee of the family sitting-room, or Board and Lodging u one of the family, if desired, on

fIOMFOBTABLE LODGINGS, with nee of the family sitting-room, or Board and Lodging u one of the family, if desired, on

moderate terms. Apply at the CHaoalct.a OPTIC; Richmond.
14 September 1861 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England
 
LOANS AND MORTGAGES. of not leas than 6100 granted for a term of years, at a reasonable rate of interest.

LOANS AND MORTGAGES. of not leas than 6100 granted for a term of years, at a reasonable rate of interest.

Also several BUMS (to be advanced by way of mortgage, at from to 5 per cent., according to the natnre of the securities), amounting in the whole to £190,000. Apply to Mr. Arson, 68, Chancery Lane, London.
14 September 1861 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England
 
Now Ready, price 55., formerly 15e,

Now Ready, price 55., formerly 15e,

BANCATILLI'B NEW COOKERY BOOK for the MIDDLE CLASSES. Every care has been bestowed on this work. It is copiously illustrated, well printed, and very neatly and strongly bound. It (for the first time in any cookery book) combined confectionery, pickling, preserving and curing, th
14 September 1861 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England
 
BARNARD CASTLE.

BARNARD CASTLE.

FOOT OF THE BANK, JOHN KIRTLEY, WHITEMTH, BELL-HANGER, AND GENERAL SMITH. CITEAN Inginea and Machinery made, fitted, and repaired. Lathes, Axles, Tyree, &c., made with the latest improvements. All orders executed with despatch, and at the lowest remnnsrative prices. Reaping Mach
14 September 1861 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England
 
BARNARD CASTLE FAIR. MONTHLY CATTLE SALE. KR. TARN Begs leave to announce thatifall . be well he will re-open hie

BARNARD CASTLE FAIR. MONTHLY CATTLE SALE. KR. TARN Begs leave to announce thatifall . be well he will re-open hie

Monthly Cattle Sale on Wednesday, September 25th, 1861, in Galgate, Barnard Castle, when he will SELL by AUCTION, 'MOM 50 to 80 BULLOCKS of the Short-horned breed, rising two and three years old, of good quality and condition, mostly roans; from 30 to 40 geld Cows and Heifers; 1
14 September 1861 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England
 
FRANCE.

FRANCE.

The Paris corrflepondent of the ladepaidence says it is armed that explanations have bean demanded by the Imperial Government from that of trtgland respecting the lecture recently delivered by Radio, and that the Government of Queen Victoria replied it would do every thing which
14 September 1861 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England
 
CATTLE.

CATTLE.

DONC ASTER, Sept. 7.—We had a scanty rho, of hearts, and the trade very stagnant. cows made 141 to 17/ each. A large supply of alreep, hut an exceedingly slow demand was making up to 43s each. Pigs a fall show, but a considerable paucity or buyers caused a decline of Is to 25 pe
14 September 1861 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England
 
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14 September 1861 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England
 
AI NDERBY STEEPLE.

AI NDERBY STEEPLE.

LET, and may be entered on immediately, a A good DWELLING-HOUSE, containing Sittingroom, Dining-room, Kitchen, Pantry, and Dairy on the ground doer; four Bedrooms, and all requisite Oatoffices, with a neat Garden, Stahl., Gig—house, and, if r ..inired, a wall Paddock of Grass La
10 November 1860 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England
 
karittirs.

karittirs.

"That.'e my impression" as the printer said to a pretty girl when he kissed her. "And that's a token of my regard," replied the lady, boxing his ears. et " Mamma, is Ann hungry?" queries a juvenile, referring to the servant. "No, Edgar; why?" "Because you told her to go and eat
10 November 1860 - Richmond & Ripon Chronicle - Richmond, Yorkshire, England