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GENTLEMEN, I as sow a Bey of Z VIES EATS Ow best Nahum the la all the New Kyles they

GENTLEMEN, I as sow a Bey of Z VIES EATS Ow best Nahum the la all the New Kyles they

appear, and at pawl& fie. 7 KW- DaisesDTl esa bias. geed do maps and well-assorted TIM awl COLLARS, M. Newest and ♦NGI 08 ! ! PAPER HANGINGS! pARTIES desirous of purchasing PAPER a W. BANDEIRBO N'B, 177, KIRK•ATI, Where they can be supplied with Patterns suitable for kind of Boo
28 May 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
First Prise Medal at the 1 td d 6.

First Prise Medal at the 1 td d 6.

by B. Hint and Bow, Halifax. Also WRINGING and MANGLING MACHINES by the ame eminent makers, at prices very little more than those charged for inferior Machines. Prices from Mis. and upwards. Agent f; Wakegeid— M . EDGECOMBE, 181, ICIRKOATE, —:0: Testimonials of the highest chara
28 May 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS. The foundation stone of a new Congregational chapel, at Clitheroe, was laid oa Good Friday, by Mr. R. S.

MISCELLANEOUS. The foundation stone of a new Congregational chapel, at Clitheroe, was laid oa Good Friday, by Mr. R. S.

Ashtoo. The English vies-consul at Breasts has published a notice that 1,500 forged one pound notes of the National Bank of Scotland are now in circulation on the Con- Corot. M. A. F. Mennone, of Paris, Las obtained• patent for improved apparatus for ascertaining the propenee an
26 April 1862 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
EC PT.

EC PT.

A correspondent of the ern complain of the meat courtesy paid to the Viceroy of Egypt. while the Primes of German are seesawed Le the %Watery authorities at landing, counties. and all that sort of title& Oar entrant is sublime is its absence of selfishness. They cannot of the le
28 June 1862 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
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FATAL AOCIDRNT AT THE BROWN MOOR PIT. —At the Brown Moor Pit, neer Mauston. Lined., two sinkers wee on Tae-day at work at the pump. on a platform about 6- , yards front the bottom. Suddenly, and while they were engaged in hoisting up the spear of the pump. it cousin be • nail at
28 June 1862 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 

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26, 1862.

26, 1862.

Kr. &WA ILL (sip joined a patty orbited& le Lee/saber, to Soh the river booby. A Is that the Wisps Leads. and Osferd see The farmer nomell he thee, bet *Me is mime dash& es be he evert is eneggembed. At lie the Lard Mayer Loh., et Mendey night, Sir Bergey,' military espenditere
26 April 1862 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW WILLI, WALIVINLD. HOLDSWORTH AND SONS' WINTER • T t L I,' 0 T H I N IXTINSITI IN, TIE

NEW WILLI, WALIVINLD. HOLDSWORTH AND SONS' WINTER • T t L I,' 0 T H I N IXTINSITI IN, TIE

WRIT MISS, Suitable RAM RAM GLOVES, RAILWAY 1U CARPET RAO% ORKAT VARIETY. NEATLY XXICUTTD.
05 March 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
BRYANT & MAY'S PATENT SAFETY MATCHES LIGHT ONLY ON THE BOX

BRYANT & MAY'S PATENT SAFETY MATCHES LIGHT ONLY ON THE BOX

05 March 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
FIRST COUBT.—YierraiDAY.

FIRST COUBT.—YierraiDAY.

J. B. 17 Ear. (stahasseh Dr. P. bat. , sad G. 11. Roasul ran WosEfiollFa Ann Thorp, 26, pleaded guilty to stealing& quantity of wearing apparel from the Hospital connected with the Huddersfield Workhouse an inmate there. It seemed that the woman was a very bed character. On bein
05 March 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
EVERTOR HOUSE, KEREGATE, WAEHRIELD. M. L. & T. ()REASON BEG respectfully to announce to the inhabitant.. of Wakeflel4 sad that

EVERTOR HOUSE, KEREGATE, WAEHRIELD. M. L. & T. ()REASON BEG respectfully to announce to the inhabitant.. of Wakeflel4 sad that

they lave OPENED TEE a ROVE PLACE Op BUSINESS. with a aiesortaseat of BRITISH WIN pyczy/g, arc., lad hope, by careful attention to orders, to liberal share of patronage. N.8.-PURE ORANGE MARMALADE, PRESERVES, JELLIES, AND BLANC MANCE. -:o:-- OczooL
05 March 1870 - Wakefield Express - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England