Huddersfield Chronicle (04/May/1850) - page 2

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TEE? AND YORKSHIRE ASSURANCE
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COMPANY. .
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Tie rates ih this company have been framed on the Low-
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est Scale consistently with security to the assured, and so
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as to enable the company to meet all losses promptly.
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Ans Fimuctions tor policies with which the company
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may be favoured wi ctually attended to by thei
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agont in Huddersfield, pe d ue
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J. C. LAYCOCK,
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King-Street, Huddersfield.
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se - - son . +
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Sa, NS). Dd ' 9 \
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COPY. .
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OTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN, that the Part-
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nership heretofore subsisting between the under-
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signed JOSEPH BOTTOMLEY and JOSHUA Farrar, as
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Manufacturers and Finishers of Woollen Cloth, at Hud-
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dersfield, in the county of York, and at Marsden, in the
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parish of Huddersfield aforesaid, under the firm of " Bot-
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tomley and Farrar," was DISSOLVED at the close of the
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year 1838, As witnéss our respective hands this nineteenth
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day of April, 1850.
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JOSEPH BOTTOMLEY,
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Witnesses- JOSHUA FARRAR.
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T. H. Batrye, J. Herserr MITCHELL.
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HE YORKSHIRE FIRE AND LIFE IN-
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SURANCE COMPANY.
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Established at York, 1824, and Empowered by Act of
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Parliament. - Capital 500,000u.
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TRUSTEES.
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Lord WENLOCK, Escrick Park,
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G, L. Thompson, Esq., Sheriff-Hutton Park,
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ROBERT Swany, Esq., York.
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BAANKERS-Messrs. Swann, Cioucu, & CO., York.
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Actuary anp SECRETARY-Mr. W. L. Newman, York.
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The STEADY and ENCREASING support which this Com-
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pany has received during the TWENTY-FIVE years of its
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establishment, is the best proof of the confidence which the
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MORISON'S WRITING INKS!!
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ORISON'S OFFICE INK is well adapted for
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eithor Quill or Steel Pens, is of great strength, and
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has been used by Merchants, Bankers, and Professional
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Gentlemen for near haifa contury,
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MORISON'S COPYING INK may be used where two
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kinds of ink are objectionable, answering all the purposes
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of an Office Ink, it gives offa perfect copy, both the original
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and copy remaining a permanent black.
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MORISON'S RED INK is a brilliant colour, and well
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public reposes in its STABILITY and LIBERALITY. suited for Writing and Ruling purposes.
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'the attention of the public is particularly called to the MORISON'S PERMANENT BLUE AND BLUE-
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BLACK will be found equal to any in use.
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To be had of all Booksellers and Stationers.
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Manufactory, 31, Duke Street, Live 1.
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On Sale at Mr. J. Brooxk's, Stamp Office, Westgate.
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terms of this Company for
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LIFE INSURANCES,
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And to the distinction which is made between MALE and
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FEMALE Lives.
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The following extracts from the Tables (complete copies
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cf which, with the Rates of the intermediate Ages and for
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tertss of years, may be had on application at the Office in
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York, or of any of the Agents) will show the Annual Pre- j
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1iums required for securing 1001. payable on the decease
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1.XTRACT FROM THE TABLE OF PREMIUMS FOR INSURING
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ONE HUNDRED POUNDS.
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UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE.
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EWLEY, FISHER, &co.'s concentrated
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ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER, as prepared
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Ae next CAPE LA FEMALE oe next S MAE 4 FEMAEE for and used by the Queen and Prince Albert. This
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Marzhday. Whole Life Premiums] Birthday. Whole Life Premiums } Essence is prepared by a peculiar process, so that it con-;
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tains all the carminative and restorative properties of
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9 j1 76/15 4 46 311 6! 3 3 2 4 Ginger in the most effective state, without the addition of
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13 19 8/17 50 4 1 9/ 313 3 4 any more heating stimulant.
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a5 111 3] 1 810 53 411 6) 4 2 6 } amsica Ginger is universally known as one of the most
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>: 1H 4, tee 56 5 4 0) 414 valuable medicines in relieving Gout, Nervousness, Cramps,
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oe i " 4 ; B 5 Ys ' : ; 6 1 f Spasms, Flatulency, and sense of oppression after meals.
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"39 25 0/119 9 66 8 40/710 8 This form will be found the most convenient in adminis-
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28 28 6] 2 210 7 10 4] 9 7 6 tration, Ten Drops being equal to Eight Grains of Powder
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5 (213 0] 2 6 4 73 1116 2/11 2 6 Ginger.
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sd) [219 9) 210 a 1319 Sold in Bottles at 2s. 6d. and 4s. each, by all respectable
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45 13 5 3) 217 2 80 15 12 10 Chemists in the United Kingdom.
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Prepared only by BEWLEY, FISHERR, & CO., Chemists to
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the Queen and Prince Albert, by special Appointment,
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Dame Street, Dublin,
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' Example. - A Gentleman whose age does not exceed 4
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20. may insure 1,0004 payable on his decease, for an an-
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rual payment of 22/, 10s.; and a Lady of the same age
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ean secure the same sum, for an annual payment of}
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1#?. 17s. mi
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THE ROYAL SHAVING CREAM.
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Unsurpassed for promoting comfort in Shaving, as used
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by his Royal Highness Prince Albert, the King of the
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Belgians, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Field Marshal
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the Duke of Wellington, tag Duke of Devonshire, the
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Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of London, the Marquis of
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Abercorn, and a large number of the Nobility of the United
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FIRE INSURANCES
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Are also effected by this Company, on the most moderate
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teimi.
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FARMING STOCK
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INSURED WITHOUT THE AVERAGE CLAUSE,
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AGENTS Kingdom, ae are all desirous of patronizing this most
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- 3 = 5 Gas uscful article of Irish manufacture.
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FIUDDERSFIELD...... it, 2. ROBINSOR, Solicitor, Market os! d in Pots a 1s. and 2s cach, by all respectable
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- RB. 1 licitor: enists in the Unite ingdom.
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ioe wereeeeeeees C. RB, Beboles, Chespeide Prepared only by BEWLEY, Fisher, & CO., Chemists to
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Uo AEIR aM artin Kidd, "solicitor. 4¢he Queen and Prince Albert, by special Appointment,
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FACHDALE veces eee T. F. Dearden, Solicitor. Dame Street, Dublin.
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SADDLEWORTA .....james Platt, Prospecton, Upper Mill. Sole and only Agent for Huddersfield, W. P. ENGLAND,
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"TV ODMORDEN ........A,. G. Eastwood, Solicitor. Chemist, 13, Market Place.
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PIANO FORTE AND MUSIC ESTABLISHMENT,
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16, COMMERCIAL-STREET, LEEDS.
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Ass. SIMMS, in returning thanks to the nobility, gentry, and public of Leeds and the West
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A448 Riding, for the distinguished patronage and support they have received, beg to state that they have-disposed of
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{hair business to Mr. R. MELLOR, of Huddersfield, whose thorough knowledge of his profession and the business of
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#'ixno-Forte and Music Seller enables them with much confidence to introduce him as their successor, and for whom
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ey respectfully solicit a continuance of the favours which they have so liberally received.
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16, Cormmercial-street, Leeds. .
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STEPHENS'
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PATENT #
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REGISTER ?
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STOVEGRATE, [&
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AND gd es
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PIERCE'S "i lfact le Aberaeeeros
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fie aT ee
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PATENT Bil; ese ceceree
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. BN ee arceeree~n
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PYRO PNEUMATIC ¢ ee gg tt: SAS Se
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WARM AIR
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AND -
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Be eh "~VENTILATING Stephen's Patent Register Crate
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Pierce's Pyro Paeumatic Bet dir Stove. STOVE,
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MAY BE SEEN IN USE (DAILY} FROM TEN TO SIX O'CLOCK,
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AT THE SHOW ROOMS, No 16, NEW STREET, HUDDERSFIELD
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WHERE A LARGE STOCK OF THEM IS CONSTANTLY KEPT ON HAND.
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RENEZER THORNTON, IRONMONGER, &c., having undertaken the AGENCY for the
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SALE of the above STOVES in the three Towns, viz.: HALIFAX, HUDDERSFIELD, and WAKEFIELD,
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ax: their respective Neighbourhoods, begs to call the attention of parties requiring Stoves to the fact, that the above
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ta> excel anything of the kind yet in the market.
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PVOSPECTUSES and TESTIMONIALS, with further particylars, forwarded free (by post) on application.
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READY FOR DELIVERY IN MAY,
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MR. JOHN BURKILL'S NEW PICTORIAL WORK,
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AND DESCRIPTIVE), BY A GRADUATE OF
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WITH COPIOUS LETTER-PRESS, (LSP
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R[HE ABBEYS AND MONASTERIES OF GREAT BRITAIN,
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UNDER THE IMMEDIATE PATRONAGE CFE
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HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS PRINCE ALBERT,
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AND DEDICATED (BY SPECIAL PERMISSION) TO
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HIS GRACE THE LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY.
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The Subscription List contains the following Names :-
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is Royal Highness Prince ALBERT, Mrs. Mitts, Lexden Park, Essex. ;
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H 53 Grace the Lord Arncubishor of CANTERBURY. The Very Reverend H. B. Knox, the Deanery, Hadleigh,
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'? xe Right ion, Earl of CARLISLE. Suffolk. 4
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"? 2 Kicht Kevercid the Lord Bishep of Krimore, &e, The Rev. the Master of University College, Oxford.
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G so2ck Hupsex, Esq., M.P. for Sunderland. Mrs. E. Pari.tox, Manor House, Lexden.
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GZ9ECE Sanpars, Esq., M.P. for Wakefield. R. Dennis CHANTRELL, Esq., F.R.S.,. B.A,, London.
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Divip WADDINGTON, Esq., M.P. for Maldon. FRANCIS LEYBORNE POPHAN, Esq, Littlecott, Wilts. -
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Rey. R. W. Hamictoyx, D.D., LL.D., Leeds. Sir WILLIAM PILKINGTON, Bart., Chevet Park, Yorkshire,
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2 03EVH Houipsworts, Esq., Mayor of Wakefield. &e., &e., Ke.
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Count D'orsay, Gore House, Kensington.
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'che Drawings are made expressly for this Work by J. Burkill, Esq.; Author of 'bolton Abbey Illustrated," and
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"vu in Tinted Lithography by Louis Haghe, Hawkins, Walton, Carrick, and other eminent Artists. .
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The Lilustrations are, Kirkstall (east and West.) Melrose (south) Netley, (interior East and South.) Fountains,
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(a>proach, East and WE&!,) and Furness, (landscape, North and Interior.)
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OPINIONS OF THE LOCAL PRESS.
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Monastic REMAINS. - THE Fine Arts. - Mr, John Burkill, son cf Isaac Burkill, Esq., of Wakefield, and q gen-
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tizman of whose lithographed views of Bolton Abbey and the neighbourhood, we spoke so highly some months ago, has
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in pro zress ancther work in the same style, illustrating the Abbeys and Monasterics of Great Britain and Ireland. This
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3.07 pablication, of the first part of which we have scen a very beaxtiful copy, is likely to extend theartist's fame. Mr.
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Burk:i! ws lately edmitted ¢o an audience of his Royal Highness Prince Albert, at Buckingham Palace, to submit
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ppccimens of his fortheeming work, and received a flattering intimation from the Prince of his wish that the work
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6 :0uld ie dedicated to this Roval Highness. Her Majesty will als4 Become its patroness. - Leeds Mercury.
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Beri 1u1's Enciish Mowasterirs. - Calling at Mr. Stanfield's shop yesterday, we were shown aspecinien part of Mr.
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33 aidiil's "' Al-beysand Monasteries of Great Britain and Ireland." It contains, in addition to the letter press, two
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- J.irge views of Kirkstall Abbey (east and Wess} in tinted lithograph, executed in the first style of the art, and indeed so
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e covisiiely finished that they might almost be mistaken for line engravings. The work promises to be a magnificent
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or -Bradford Ol server.
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LITHOGRAPRED ILLUSTRATIONS OF Monastic REMRINS. - We had on a recent occasion to speak in high torms of
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lithogzraphed views of Belton Abbey, by Mr. John Burkill, son of Isaac Burkill, Esq., of this borévgh. We have been
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piown & beautiful ¢opy of the first part cf another work in the same style, by this gentleman, illustrating the Abbeys
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ud Monasteries of Great Britain and Ireland. Views of Kirkstall Abbcy are those we now aliude to ; which we think
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ga wated to enhance the artist's already high reputation. - Wakefield Journal, ok
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Gcurkm's Picruresqvt Views. - We have much pleasure in calling attention toa sories of Views of Belton Abbey
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 %: Mr. Burkhiil. In place of'any detailed criticism of our own on their merits as drawings, and on the style in which
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tre Ethovrapher has rendered his subjects, it may be sufficient to say that the London reviewers are nearly unanimous
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3.2 cc m:meidation of the work, and that whig if cannot fail to please the eye of the less skilled adinirer of the picturesque,
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¢>< connoisscur wil! see many additional reagens for his approval. In the taste displayed in the sclection of his points
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": Vew, ard in the pleasing varicty cf scene prqsented in the seven drawings, we think Mr. Burkill may challenge com-
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pure ) with most of the publications of this class, with which the taste of the present day is so abundantly supplied.
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$a $cc ure plad to find that the great success that has attended it has called for a second edition, t which the author has
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' @ee yy. led copious historical and descriptive letter-pross, with several original sonnets, from the pen of the Rev. R, W.
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Fe" Faas ition, L.D., of Leeds. Mr, Burkill is, we hear ecmmencing " second work under hich patronage, and of a more
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eon prehensive character than the one now under notice-to illustrate the remains of the various Abbeys and Monas-
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4ger swith which our lend is studded: the historical and descriptive depeitment of this work is to be from the pen of a
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- fiz \sinan well-known in this ucighbourhcod. We heartily wich the author the success in beth these undertakings
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his talents and entceprise deserve. - Essex Standard, ee - 4.
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© Orders.received by Mr. J. BROCK, Stamp Office; Mis, KEMP, Now Street ; and Mr. HARDY and Mr. BOND,
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@ .y. Sizapt, Where Kypecimens may he sccn,
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his
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A CARD. :
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R. DRURY, SURGEON. DENTIST,
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VAL: attends (with Mr. ROGERS) at HUDDERSFIELD
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every WEDNESDAY; at Mr. Comber's, Market Street.
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Mr. Drury's permanent residence is at 4, Ferguson
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Street, (near the Infirmary), Halifax.
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N.B. The poor attended gratuitously EVERY MORNEYG
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before Ten o'clock.
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Mr. D. is in want of a respectable YOUTH as APPREN-
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TICE. - Apply as above.
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Ss HE FATHER OF THE TURF,"
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the property of Mr. Richard Gaunt, Hall Field
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Cottage, Wetherby, will SERVE MARES this Season at
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his own Stables and the Neighbeurhood, and at the same
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places and times as usual.
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Blood Mares, § Guineas; Country Mares, 2 Guincas ;
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and 2s. 6d. the Groom. . .
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He has won eight premiums, winning the first prize of
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10 sovs. at the Great Yorkshire Meeting held at Wakefield,
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1846, beating the stallion that- won the first prize of 30
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sovs. at the Roval Show held at Newcastle, 1846; also
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won tho first prize of 30 sovs. at the All England Royal
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Show held at York, 1848, where twenty competitors in
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their class took their stands, including Lanercost, serving
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mares at 25 guineas, and Melbourne at 16 guineas each.
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He will leave his own stabics every Menday ferenoon, at
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twelve o'clock, to Nag's Head, all night ; Tuesday,
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leaves Leeds at three o'clock for Bull's Head, Bradford, all
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night ; White Swan, Halifax, Wednesday noon; then to
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Filand, and White Hart, Huddersfield, all night; through
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Mirfield to Man and Saddle, Dewsbury, Thursday noon ;
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York Hotel, Wakefiold, all night ; leaves Wakefield Fri-
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day afternoon, to the Dragon, Pontefract, all night ; leaves
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Pontefract Saturday forenoon, through Ferrybridge and
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Aberford, to his own stables Saturday night.
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Good Grass, Hay and Corn, &c., &e.
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noe 9
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DU BARRY'S HEALTH-RESTORING FOOD FOR
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INVALIDS AND INFANTS.
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pas REVALENTA ARABICA,
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discovered, exclusively grown, and imported by Du
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Barry & CO., 127, New Bond-street, London, sole owners
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of the Revalenta estates, and of the patent machine by
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which alone the curative principles of the plant can be de-
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veloped. This light delicious breakfast farina (without
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medicine of any kind, without inconvenience, and without
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expense, as it saves 50 times its eeet in 'other more expen-
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sive remedies) speedily and permanently removes dyspep-
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sia, (indigestion), constipation, acidity, cramps, spasms,
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fits, heartburn, diarrhea, nervousness, biliousness, affec-
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tions of the liver and kidneys, flatulency distension,
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palpitation of the heart, nervous headache, deafness,
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noises in the head and ears, pains in almost every part of
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the body, chronic inflammation and ulceration of the sto-
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mach, erupticns.on the skin, scrofala, consumption, drepsy,
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rheumatism, gout, nausea and vomiting during p ney,
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after cating, or at sea, low spirits, spleen, general debility,
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paralysis, cough, asthma, inquietude, sleeplessness, invo-
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luntary blushing, tremors, dislike to society, unfitness for
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study, delusions, loss of memory, vertigo, blood to the
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head, exhaustion, melancholy, groundless fear, indccision,
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wretchedness, thoughts of self-destruction, &e. The best
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food for infants and invalids generally, as it is the only food
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which never turns acid on the weakest stomach, but im-
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parts a healthy relish for lunch and dinner, and restores
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the faculty of digestion and nervous and muscular energy
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to the most enfeebled. - DU BARRY & CO., 127, New
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Bond-street, London.
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Agent for HEDDERSFIELD,
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Mr. W, P. ENGLAND, Chemist, Market-place.
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Haurax,-Mr. P. H. Wilkinson and Mr. J. H. Kershaw.
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Analysis by the celebrated Professor of Chemistry and Analytical
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Chemist, Andrew Ure, M.D., F.RS., d&c., &e. :-
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London, 24, Bloomsbury-square, June 8, 1849.
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T hereby certify, that having examined 'Du Barry's Revalenta
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Arabica,' I find it to be a pure vegetable Farina, perfectly whole-
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some, easily digestible, likely to promote a healthy action of the
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stomach and bowels, and thereby to counteract dyspepsia, con-
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stipation, and their nervous consequences. .
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ANDREW Urs, M.D., F R.S., &c., Analytical Chemist.
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Dr. Harvey presents his compliments to Messrs. Du Barry and
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CO,, and has pleasure in recommending their ' Revalenta Food,'
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it has been singularly ysefal in many obstinate cases of diarrhea,
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as also of the opposite condition of the bowels and their nervous
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consequences.
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Loudon, Aug. Ist, 1819.
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A FEW CASES.
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From the Right Hon. the Lord Stuart de Decies.
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Dromana, Capoquin, eounty Waterford, Feb. 15, 1819.
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Gentlemen,-I have derived much benefit from the use of the
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'revalenta lood.' It is only due to the public and to yourselves
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io state, that you are at liberty to make any use of this commu-
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nication which you may think proper. - I remain, gentlemen,
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your obedient servant, Stuart DE DECIES.
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4, Park-walk, Little Chelsea, London, Oct. 2, 1848.
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Twenty-seven years' dyspepsia, from which I had suffered
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great pain and inconvenience, and for which I had consulted the
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advice of many, has been effectually removed by your excellent
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Revalenta Arabica ood in six weeks' time, &c., &c.
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Parker D. Bincuam, Captgin Royal Navy.
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Louisa-terrace, Hixtaouth, Aug, 17, 1849.
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Dear Sir,-I will thank you to send me, on receipt of this, two
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ten-poua' canisters of your Revalenta Arabica Food. I beg to
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assure you that its beneficial effects have been duly appreciated
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by, dear sir, must respectfully,
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Tsomas Kine, Major-General.
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Letter froin the Vererable Archdeacon of Ross.
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Aghadown Glebe, Skibbereen, county Cork, Auz. 22, 1849.
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Dear Sir,-I cannot speak toe favourably of the Revalenta
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Arabica. ALEX, Stuart, Archdeacon of Ross.
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Aghadown Glebe, Skibbereen, eounty Cork, Anz. 27, 1519.
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Sirs. - Having had an attack of bad fever about three years
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ago, I have ever since been suffering from its effects, producing
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sxcessive nervousness, pains in my neck and left arm, and gene-
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ral weakness of constitution, which has prevented me in a great
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degree from following my usual avocations: these sensations,
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added to restless nights, particularly after previous exercise,
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often rendered my life very miserable; but I am happy to say,
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that having been induced to try your farina about two months
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since, Iam now almost a stranger to these symptoms, which I
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confidently hope will be removed entirely, with the divine bless-
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ing, by the continued use of this food. I have an objection that
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my name should appear in print, which, however, in this
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instance, is overcome for the sake of suffering humanity. - I am,
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sirs, your obedient servant,
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ALEXS, Stuart, Archdeacon of Ross.
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King's College, Cambridge, Oct. 15, 1849.
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I now consider myself a stranger to all complaints, except a
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hearty old aze. Iam as well as ever I was, and even quite free
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from the vexatious and troublesome annoyance of an eruption of
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the skin, of which I had suftered fur years, and which my medi-
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cal attendant had declared incurable at my time of life. About
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sixty years ago I had a fall from my horse: hemiplegia was the
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consequence ; my left arm and leg were paralysed, also my left
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eyclid ; and the eye was displaced. From 1789 these dilapidations
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have resisted all rémeies, until now, at the age of 85, by two
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yeas use of your delicious Breakfast Food, my left arm and leg
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cave seen rendered as useful to me ag the right, and the left eye-
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lid restored to health, the eye so much so that it requires no
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spectacles, &c. I deem this extraordinary cure of much import-
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ance to sufferers at large, and consider it my duty to place the
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above details at your di in any way you think will promote
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the welfare of others. - Faithfully,
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Wituiamm Hunt, Barrister-at-Law.
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Winslow, Bucks, Jan. 22, 1848.
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I have found it to be a simple though very efficacious and plea-
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sant food, doing good to my own and others' functional dis-
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orders. Rev. Craales Kerr,
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St. Saviour's, Leeds, Dec. 9, 1817,
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Wee nesene For the last five years I have been in a most deplorable
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condition of health, having been subject during that period to
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most severe pains in the back, chest, right and left sides, which
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produced vomiting almost daily......next to God, 1 owe you a
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great debt of gratitude. J have not had any sickness at the
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stomach since I commenced your Food, &c., &c. - I remain,
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gentlemen, a0" very truly, :
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ev. Thomas Minster, of Farnley Tyas, Yorkshire.
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Dewsbury, Yorkshire, 11th Sept., 1849.
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Gentlemen,-I am using your Food with great success. Before
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I commence I could not take a meal of any description, but was
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sure to suffer great pain after it from indigestion, I suppose, but
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thank God Iam much better. I have recommended. your Food
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to a great many of my fellow sufferers. - ALEX. CALDER, Sergeant
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Royal Sappers and Miners, Ordnance Survey, Dewsbury.
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In canisters weighing Ilb. at 2s. 9d.; QIB. at
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4s, 6d.; of Sih. at 1ls,; 12lb. at 22s.; super-refined
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quality, 10IB., 38s. ; and fib, 92s.; suitably packed for
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ll climates. Canisters forwarded by DU BARRY and CO,,;
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on receipt of Post-office or Bankers' orders. 'the ]2i%. and
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10lb. canisters carriage-free to any town or railway station
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connected by rail with London, or to any port in Scotland
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or Ireland connected with London by steam or sailing
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vessels,
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Agents in London ;- Hedges and Butler, 155, Regent-
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street ; Fortnum, Mason, and CO., 182 and 183, Piccadilly,
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Purveyors to her Majesty the Queen; Barclay, 95, Farring-
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don-street ; Edwards, Sutton, Newberry, Sanger, Evans,
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Hannay, and through all respectable tza-dealers, grocers,
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Italian warehouses, booksellers, druggists, chemists, and
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medicine vendors in town and country. a
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Testimonials of the highest respectability sent gratis.
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Caution :--The name of Messrs. Du Barry s invaluable
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food, as also that of the firm, have been so closely imitated
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that invalids cannot too carefully look at the exact spelling
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of both, and also Messrs. Du Barry's address, 127, New
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Bond-street, London, in ordetto avoid being imposed upon
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by Ervalenta, REA, Revalenta, or other spvrious and injuri-
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ous compounds of pens, beans lentils, Indian and oat meal,
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under a close imitation of the ngme, which have nothing
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to recommend them but the 'revkiese audacity of their igno-
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rant and unscrupulous compoundérs, and which, though
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admirably adapted for pigs, weuld play tad havoc with the
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delicate stomach of an invalid or infint,
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THE HUDDERSFIELD CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1850.
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/CIWIFTS SPECIFIC FOR THE GOUT,
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LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE Rar,
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HICK'S CELEBRATED TIC PILLS,
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Which have invariably been found to produce a speedy and
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effectual cure,
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TESTIMONIALS.
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To Mr. John Ford, Chesterfield.
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Sir, I hase récdinmended Mr. Hick's Pills for the Tick to all }
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my friends with complete success. I cannot speak of them in
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too high terms of praise. - Yours, &¢., .
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Shrewsbury, Nov. 8, 1846. W. H. Hunter.
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 ;
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To Mr. Hick. tthe e
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ir,-I have t pleasure in giving my testimony 0! e@ @x-
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cellence of your Pi Pills for the Tic Dolereux. I was frequently
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afflicted with this unpleasant complaint, bat have not suffered
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from it since taking a box of your pills. I cannot toe strongly
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recommend them,--Yours, &.,
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Wakefield, June 12th, 1847. Ws. Heerwortuh.
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Briggate, Leeds, Jan. 27, 1847.
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Sir,-I think it due to you ¢ a the public to give my testi-
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mony in feyvour of your excellent Pills for the Tic Doloreux. I
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suffered every winter for many years, but have not had the
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slightest attack for the last two winters, during which time I
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have occasionally taken the pills. - Yours obediently,
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Mr. Hick, Wakefield. Cuas. NELSON.
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Princess Street, New York, Dec. 14, 1846.
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Sir,-When I left Wakefield I brought with me six boxes of
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your Tic Pills, one of my family having suffered very severely
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from that complaint. I find I have been too liberal in supplying
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my friends, who have all derived the test relief from them.
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Please let my friend Walker have twelve boxes, and he will for-
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ward them to me by next steamer. The Pills have wrought the
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most astonishing eutres. - Yours respectfully,
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To Mr. Hick, i Heyey W. Watson.
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Wakefield, England.
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TO BE HAD OF THE FOLLOWING AGENTS:-
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Huppersfielp-Mr. WILMAN, Mr. SHILLITO.
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Halifax-Mr. A Ramsden. Hobntivth-Mr. Lomax.
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Bradjord-Mr. J. Hick. Hecknondiike-Mr. Booth.
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Dewshury-Mr. Gloyne. Brighouse-Mr. Cardwell.
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Jeeds-Reinhardt and Sons, Briggate; Macgowan, Woodhouse
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Lane; Topham, Wade Lane; Pickles, Kirkgate; where
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may also be had
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HICK'S CELEBRATED COUGH LOZENGES
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TIME TABLES.
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LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY.
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MANCHESTER, HUDDERSFIELD, LEEDS, &c.
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Par.) 2CL) 2 Ci; 2 Ct) 2°CL, EX.) 2 C1) Par.
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London....... dep. ... - os G15) 2. [lO Of 2. 6 45
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Birmingham...... . . 1510 9 ... [12 45) 2.) 3
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Chester ............ . 7 45! 9 45]... 140)... 5 30
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Crewe... ... -- ---000] eee ". 8 52121 Of 2. 320) 2. 720
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Macclesfield ...... ". 7 30; 9 10)... ane ass ws aoa
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Stockport ......... . 8 40/10 15} 145) ... 430) 1. 8 40
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Liverpool wu... 2. +. 9 01040} 2 0) 3 0] ~. 615
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Manchester...dp. 6 30} 8 45)10 30} 1 45) 3 15} 4 45) ... § 30
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Ashton ......... "1 6 55] 9 5110 45) 2 10) 3 30)... - 8 55
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Stalybridge ...°-] 7 0] 9 20/10 50] 2 15] 3 35] 5 of . 9
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Mossley ......... " 7 8] 9 16:10 56) 2 23) 3 40)... . 9 $8
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Greenfield ...... 7 16] 9 24/11 3! 231) 345) ... -. 916
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Saddieworth...... 7 22) 9 32/11 8! 2 37} 3 501 5 12] 0. 9 22
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Marsden............ 7 $7] 9 47/11 27; 2 52) 4 5) 5 27] 6 30 9 37
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Slaithwaite ...... 7 43] 9 52)11 32] 2 58} 4.17)... 6 36 9 43
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Golear....ccccecceee 7 51] 9 S8lll 33] 3 5) 4.23)... 6 44! 9 51
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Longwood......... 7 58/10 2/11 45) 3 lo}... - 6 51 9 58
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Huddersfield ...; S§ 4/10 98/11 52) 3 15} 4 33) 5 454 65810 5
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Bradley ............ 8 19;10 12/11 53; 3 20]... ". 7 #10 11
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Heaton Lodge ... 8 16/10 18/12 5; 3 26} 4 43] ... 7 101017
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Mirfield 25/12 10) 3 $1] 4 47] 5 55) 7 1510 22
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Dewsbury ......... 12.19 3 40) 4 56! 6 5) 7 2510 22
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Batley 12 23} 3 4515 of ... 73010 41
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Morley + 350)... ww. 7 3410 45
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Churwell . "- 3 56) L. "=. 7 3910 51
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Wortley ow 2 Qo. . 7 45.10 57
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seeee 2 45] 4 10] 5 20 € 25) 7 5511 5
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Pool for Otley ar 1 41) 4 41 7 26 .
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< bro 245 4 7 2B "
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Harrogate 2 445 4 7 43 '
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Ripon 25215382] 810
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Thirsk .. $ 2 3 0:6 8 30
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Neweastie......... 3 0/36 09 0] ho
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Sundays.
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A Train leaves Manchester at § 10, 2 0, 830, Ashton $ 35, 2 95,
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8 55, Stalybridge 8 40, 230, 9 0, Mossley, § 48, 2 33,9 38.
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Greenfield 8 56, 2 46, 9 16, Saddleworth 9 2, 2 52, 9 2
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Marsden 9 17, 3 7, 9-37, Slaithwaite 9 24, 3 14, 9 423, Gelear
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9 32, 3 22,951, Longwood 9 39, 3 29, 9 58, Huddersfield 9 45,
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3 35, 10 5, Bradley 9 51, 3.41, lv 11, Heaton Lodge 9 57, 3 47,
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1017, Mirfield 10 2, 3 52, 10 22, Dewsbury 10 12, 4 2, lv 32,
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Batley 10 21, 4 11, 10 41, Morley 1U 25, 4 15, 10 45, Churweli
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10 31, 4 21, 10 51, Wortley 10 37, 427, 10 57, Leeds 10 45, 4 35,
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a.
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LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD, MANCHESTER.
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Par. Par. { Ex. !2 CL; Ex. 2 Cl. Par. 2 el.
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Newcastle... dep. ... .. .. 53011 0. . 4
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Thirsk sessweseee] oe {oe oe SUT) 138) Lp. 6 5
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Ripon ..... 5 sé w- 856 210 2.) 1.) 848
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Harrogate ......... we [ove oe 928 230 LL LL) TS
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bro'... we oe f we OB 230 LL LL! TS
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Pool fur Otley ...) 2. ... . 9 31 245... we 7 25
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ae . 6 45] 9 3010 45° 3:15 330 5.30 815
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Wortley ............ we 6 SI] NO SR) 3:38 5 8g) 8 233
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Churwell .. 6 56} 110 S57). B45 5 4a SO
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Morley ............ we {7 2 wlan 5} oo. 1351 5 Soi s 3s
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Batley ..cccccccecee] oe 710) 2. (MIS wi 4 5 Sul 8 4a
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Dewsbury ......... .. 714] 9 50-11 18°335 4 5 6 3 Sas
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Mirfield ......... 2 7230 O11 25 345 415, 613. 8 38
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Heaton Lodg we £2]. IL SS. 420 6 IS 9 8
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Bradley ............ ww 738] VW. jloe 2. 48 ERO 8
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Huddersfield 6 7 42:10 1211 47, 3 ST 232 6 30 8 ~tT
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mgwood ......... 6 5) .. ... UD SA}... 4 40 6 35) 9 3s
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Golear 2.0... ..0....08 610] ... ww HSS. 4145 6 4) 9 28
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Slaithwaite 1615) 7 54] 0. [12 5) 4.52) 6 at) a Se
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Marsden ....... ' 6 20] 7 59110 3012 10 415.5 6 Se} og
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Saddleworth 6 35] § 14110 4512 25 430! TT) 9st
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Greenfield , 6 $3,820) 2. 1234) 1S. tae 4
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Mossley .... 6465 82} 2. es IRS Tew
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Stalybridge 6 53) 8 35/11 012 50 445 SP T3020 20
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Stockport . 7 40} 9 30/11 sol 1 20 520 53 sisi!
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Ashton . { S40). 11255, (SR ota)
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Droy!sde soe{ cee S45) 1 1 Of ty -
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Clayton Bridge.. .. 850) ...}2 5) 0. $ ~ se
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Park secsecescseseee w- § 53]. 1 Lol ZS]
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Miles Platting ..) 2. {9 oO] 2] 1415) 2. @3 ) 2)
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Manchester ... ar. 7 15] 9 5)11 20) 1 20 5 5135 7 S010 40
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ee FL, == -
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Liverpool ...... ar. 9 810 25/12 20] 3 10 6 WE [9 s0}
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Crewe ....... - .. - 9 15.10 43/12 52) 240 6 15]... '10 33}
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Macclesfield ...... 940] 0. BIEL. 9 23)
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Chester ........(10 2011 30) 245) 415) IL Sp
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3irmingham ...... 1 $5.12 45) 3 30) 5 10 758) 2. fle) o.,
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London wc...) 7 014 0173010 1101 . 4 Sol
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eases ton eneccaceseus pees os. aes aoe nee - eee ees }
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Sundays.
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A Train leaves Leeds at 6 0, 1 0, 6 45, Wortley 6 8 1 8, 651,
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Cnuzwell 6 14, 114, 657, Morley 6 20, 1 20: 7 5: Batley 6 29,
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129; 714, Dewsbury 6 33, 1 33, 71S. Mirfield 6 43, 1 43, 7 2s,
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Heaton Lo lye 6 48, 48, 7 33, Bradley 6 54, 154, 739, Huad-
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dersfield 7 2,22, 745, Longwood T 8, 28, 751, Goleay 7 13,
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213, 7 56, Slaithwaite 7 21, 221, 8 4. Marsden 7 26, 2 27. 8 lo.
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Saddleworth 7 42, 2 42, 8 25, Greenfield 7 49, 2 49, § 31, Moss-
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ley 7 57, 257, 8 39, Stalybridge 8 5.35, 8 45: Stockport [ar}
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9 25, 3 35, 9 45: Ashton 5 10, 3 10, 8 50, Droylsden $ 15, 3 15,
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8.55, Clayton Bridge 8 20, 320, 9 0, Park 8 25, 3 25, 95, Miles
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Platting 8 30, 3 30, 9 10, Manchester [ar] $ 35,335, 915, and
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Liverpool [ar] at 10 20, 6.§.
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A Train leaves Leecis at 10 40. Nom
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RHEUMATIC, TIC DOLOREUX, &e. The astound- MANCHESTER, LEED@, WUDOSEARTA: »
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ing success of this ia vem it the Wonder of =
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the Age. Asa remedial for the Geut, Rhkeamatic, 'led gt = = bao
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Tic Doloreux, 'sciatica, Tooth Ache, Nervous nals 1 a= : a a3}
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Head Ache, and all nervous affections, it s 221615! 815 ea
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every other remedy hitherto offered to the Public. The Cabra lea 6 48] 8 32 > as 2.
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dessiaal for it i increasing: daily, aod ae repute must Rochdal "les 5 3 37 ru2 3:
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2 i ' it ro' .|"S oe 22D ye 7
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mon uae lowiny Partics, (and hundreds more, if required Wale 138 7 19)... 235 5 .
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will bear ample testimony te ite officione :-Mr. James Todmorden) 3 gas 373° +4
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Fean, Lockwood, cured of the : ; Mr. William iranbey dpled 3 els tm
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herd, Northgate, Huddersfield, ditto; Mr. Abraham Hob Bridge =" 7 36) 9 3 2 te"
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Trinity Street, Huddersfield, of rheumatism ; Mrs. Sander- = 2 7 40) .. 2 Sel ant?
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son, Market Weighten, of tic doloreux. After being six Luddenden "$ 7 44] -.. 3 ss
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weeks under the care of a Physician Mr. James Sykes, Sowerby By 8 ae 913 3H 8,
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Ainley Top, of lumbogo and nervous head ache; Mr. E. Halifax ap . S : é ; ' 3 = a
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Furness, Great Hucklow, Derbyshire, of lumbage fourteen jyng 61uls 4... wf Fmag
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years standing. Brighouse 6 19} 8 13) 9 25 13h
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This specific is prepared only by Joseph Swift, 12, West- © ver Brg} 6 25, 82M) Su 5
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gate, Huddersfield, and zold in boxes at Is. lid. & 2s. 9d. re wai. a asl mlz il 2 el Pa
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each, and may be had ef the following Agents :-Lecds: departure 6 16] 8 15 9 201 45] 125, 5 am.
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Messrs. Reinhardt and Sons, chemists ; Mr. John Heaton, 3)
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stationer; Mrs. Mann, stationer. Dewsbury: Mr. Hunter, Mirfield..ar 6 32) 3 28) 9 35,12 Of I 23) 35 ia>
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chemist. Cleckheaton : Mr. Woodcock, chemist. Poxte- Dewsbury.. ... 8 40; 9 4512 5} Row a oe 5
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Jract: Mr. Priestley, chemist. Barxsley: Mr. Wall, che- Batley ...... 843). 12 HY... 4955
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mist. Sheffield: Mr. Sewell, chemist ; Mr. Machon, che- dforley elo a - - [12 13). : bt
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mist. Chesterfield: Mr. Wright, chemist. Bradford : Mr. Wortley ve [BB we me Pm PSS Ge
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Biszeksurn, i Halifax: Mr. Wilkinson, chemist. Leeds... 9 1010 3/12 del 2) an
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Todmorden: Mr. Butterworth, chemist. Delph: ate J. Peaeniah . $4 8419 4512 GL) a ye
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i i : mniedieme venders. orbury ... 6 50! 8 50} 9 5012 12). 4
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M. Clifton, chemist. And most patent Wabenld . - % "3 soz dy lee
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Normantn. 7 12! 9 1010 812 sel 2 5) 4 gu 5 4.
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. TIC DOLOREUX CURED. Leeds Hun) 7 du 2
583:
HIS painful affection of the facial nerve is a spe- York.. 8 50/11 20] ... 250i 250). >
584:
T cies of Neuralgia, which comprises similar affections Hiawxoga vis ie wef owe 5 ' ~~ n
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in other parts of the body. It is characterised by acute fF) ane sboneint tee:
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pain, attendant with convulsive twitchings of the muscles, Bridiingin. .. 215! "2 5 30 ti
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and continuing from a few minutes to several hours, Newcastle.) 1 0} 3 0) 2.16 0) 5 25;
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All persons afflicted with this painful and tormenting Hdinburgh' 7 0!915) 2.0! 2. 9 wi
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malady are recommended to try Soniayn
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A Train leaves Manchester in the morning at 3 \
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7 30, Middleton 8 19, 10 32, 5 16, 7 49, Otcihiamn
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5 0, 7 30, Blue Pits $ 32, 1042, 5 25,30, Buch...
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5 33, 87, Littleborough $8 47, 5 40, 3 15, Walsee:, .
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Todmorden, 9 6, 11 12, 5.58, $34, Burnley [-.;
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[dp] 8 30, 10 30, 7 45, Hebden Bridge 9 15,51. .
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royd 9 20, 6 14, 850, Ludden Foot ¥ 26 5 )- . . 7
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Bridge 9 32, 11 29, 6 27, 9 0, North Dean HU...
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11 36, 6 35, 9 7, Elland 9 45, 1140, 6 3 9 ie Braz
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11 47, 6 48, 9 20, Cooper Bridge 10, 11 55, 5 2,
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field [ar] 10 17, 12 14, 7 22, 949, [dp] 9 je.
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Mirfield [arj 10 3, 12 0, 6 59, 9.55, Dewsbury
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1017, 949, Morley 10 27, 9 59, Churiveil So
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10 37, 10 9, Leeds W. Rd. 10 43, lu 15, Then L.,
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12 6, 7 6, 94), Horbury 10 24. 7 13, 9 52, Wiukes...
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7 25, 10 5, Normanton 10 41, 12 40.755, ly 3.
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lane, 1 0, 8 0, York 7 30, Hull 3 50, Neweasce
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LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD, MANCHESTER
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Par. Par. Ex. ;mail. Ex. 2~¢)
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Edinburgh} 6 0; ... oe we bo
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Newcastle [11 5: ... - 3 BW) 3 1
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Bridlingtn. .. a ow son ge
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Hull ......... as ww. SUOLL OF
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Searbro' .... "i -. T OF D Sue
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Harrogate. ... one a RB 2. c
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York......... we a. 7 20) 9 5012 3 ;
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Leeds Hun} ... ... ... 20 55). a
617:
Normanton; 5 20} 2. 9 O21 15) 125 34 -
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Wakefield.. 5 30} .. 9 9112 22 Loy sg ;
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Horbury ...} 5 40)... 9 ijl Wi o£
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] Thornhill.. 5 50) ... o- [ER 38}. 4 thy
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Leeds ...dpj ... 6 01} 9 OF > 225 2 uy
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Wortley .... 6 4)... ae me
623:
Churwell...} ou. 6 8) oo. wae Jee oh he
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Morley ...... 613)... fo ow 8%
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Batley ...... 62)... } oo. Ss
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Dewsbury .} ... 6 25) 919)... bet 4 %
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Mirfield..... 5 58} 6 35) 9 27/11 49) La4aso alec
628:
Huddersfd. - -
629:
arrival....) 6 0} 6 50:10 3,12 10) 2 lw 4;
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departure! ... 6 16] 9 20/11 45) 1 25 2 +
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Cooper Bdg 6 S} 6 44}... 427
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Brighouse 6 15! 6 51) 9 3942 1/2 7 40%
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Elland ...... 6 22} 6 53} 2. ... =. 4
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North Dean} 6 30} 7 5] 9 49/12 11] 2 17 4 an
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Halix dp; ... 6 53; 9 37/12 1) 2 5 4 un
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Sowerbybd ... 7 13) 9 5412 20) 2 25 4
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Luddenden - 718s; .. fl2 2H). 4 OT
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Mytholmrd 7 28). ee we & 2
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Heb. Bridge 7 32:10 6,12 25, 2 27' 5
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Todmorden 7 50,10 16/12 50) 2 51) 3 28
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Burnley ar 8 211 40) 125 3a
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> do. dp t 0} 94512 DB sty
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Walsden ... 7 S58; ow. bok. wow > 2h
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Littleboro' Slt}... I St wf 3 92
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Rochdale...' 8 20.19 32] 1 13) 3 17) 3 te 8
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Blue Pits... .. 8 30:10 41! 125) 2 se 5
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Middleton.; ... $ 41/10 49: 132) 340 6 ¢
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Oldham cr 9 S11 30] 1 45, 4 gu) 46 2
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Manchester' 9 901115'145 3255 54 -
650:
Livernoe) .. 10 25-12 20 3 20) 5 235
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Siete we.
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A Train leaves Normanton in the mornis.
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Wakefield 6 10, Horbury 6 20. Thornhil 5 -
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Huddersfield 6 52, Cooper Bridge 641. Brix:
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7 9, and North Dean 7 7.
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A Train leaves Leeds in the morning at 7 Lo. '¥
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well 7 25, Morley, 731, Batley T4I. bew~i -
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7 57, Huddersfield 83 11 (der. fremrsih: :
659:
honse $ 11, Elland 8 20, Nr. Dean 3 25. Eh
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Sowerby Bg. $23, Luddenden F. 8 se, Mec,
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Bridge 8 49, Todmorden § 9. Buermlery & 4
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tlebro' $ 29, Rochdale 9 ES. Bine Pits 2 "
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Oldham 10 15, and Manchester 1 17
664:
y
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Thernhill 11 "0, Mirfield 11 55,
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11 23, 11 53, Cooper B. 11 40. Brich. > ti
667:
Dean Halitix, [dep.]11 53, Sowerby Be fu :
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12 25, Todmorden 12 $0, Burnley. far:
669:
Rechdate 10, Blue Pits 1 3, Misddlecn !
670:
130, Manchester [arrival] } =o. Liverpes j
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A Train leaves Normanton at § Ses 2, W '
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Horbury 6 51. Leeds: Dalbiry T 2 & 3. lee ]
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LE
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j
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f
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ley 6 30, Churwell 635, Morler 6
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6 55, Mirfield [dp.] 7S, 9 19, Fr
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dp.] 6 45, 3 56, Cooper Pridve 7
679:
d 731, 930, North Dean 7 35, 8 Bisa
680:
Sowerby Bridge 7 42, 942, Ludden Fuwc >
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Hebden Bridge 7 59, 958, Podmerden +.) '
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95 [dp] 745. Walsden. $3 27. Littlebercuch -
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dale $ 48, 1055. Be Pits $56 Middletun + > :
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[ar] 9 45, Manchester [ar] 9 25, LL 5.
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HUDDERSFIELD TO LoW Mowe ;
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jvar. Par 2Ch FL SCO - '
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Manchester) 615,35 158 1 i2 :
688:
eds 2} on. oo ele oP 1 5 a: !
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Huddersild! 6 In} $ 15) 9 211 45) 2 25 '
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Mirfeld ..) 65 S15 2594012 35 lai: i
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Heemndke} 2. } 8 36) 9 4812 14) 153 2
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Liversedge -w } S40 2. 12 IF. ton
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Cleekheani . S344 9 38122 2 : -
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Low Moer S51 slitz 2 :
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Bradfd be B (@2216 28:1 6 24 : -
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af
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LOW MOOR TO HUDDERSF12L-
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SANA AAA So NS eee eee err re p;
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Par.) y2el SEL Bee 22 2 7
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Bradfil xy B) 5 45) 2. 3.3710 55 ie an 1
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Low Moor..! 6 lw.) 9 S1D25 1 lw
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Cleckheatn/ G Ish 2.) 9221135 Tis io>
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Liversedge 6 2 o } wo MST 2. bk -
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Hekmdwk 623) 20 odsiisa pus >
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Mirfield ...) 6 321.380, 9271149 1 404
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Hudderstid) 6 Se) $ 40) 9 SO12 10 2 Ww
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Manchester) 9 @) 1. (1 5 145 S50 8 '
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Leads ...... bya) She 5 1 210 4 :
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HUDDERSFIELD, NORMANTON, & >5-
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Huridersscld 6 16. 9 2. 11 45. 840. 845. SN ores ?
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3230, 254 7 35. - Shofleld oe 8 le oa za 5 L '
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HUDDERSFIELD, vin DUNFORD =
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An Ormenars ><} =
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BW am.
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Brekke 8
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HUDDERSFIELD TO PONTEFRACT
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Huddersfold $1), 9 Qn, 125, 3 40, 6 05 - Was
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24a, O3 Tad -Dontefmer v2, 115, oy
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IW Sl ll FA SA, OSL S S2, Govle lu dU, ba 3
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THe Laren ASSAULT? UPON A Magei>
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Bristo.t. - We reset to learn that :
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perpetrated the gross assault detailed i: -u
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week has not vet been apprehendet T'. -
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Jones, and she resides with her husband
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Red House, nvt thr trom Stoke, The:
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Week's papers, it appears, were sumeow
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one particular. The rutian did i
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his purpose, bein afraid the sereams of 'Ls
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bring assistance. Mrs. Jones also wus ©
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insensible but that she was able to zo :
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and inform him of the occurrence. Mr. suns ~~
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started in pursuit of the man, and alse infimet ~~
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SLES
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spt cpeereck
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= he
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but their search was not atie:ded with sc
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Tims.

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