Huddersfield Chronicle (11/May/1850) - page 2

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OTICE [NOTICE] IS HEREBY GIVEN, that Henry of Scholes, in Wooldale, in the parish of Kirkburton, in the county of York, cloth manufacturer, cid [id] by indenture of release and ASSIGNMENT, dated the sixteenth day of April, 1850, grant release and assign all his real and personal Estates and Effects therein men- [mentioned] tioned [toned] unto CHARLEs [Charles] Hirst, of Huddersfield, in the said county, woolstapler, [wool stapler] and JAMES WALLER, of the same place, woolstapler, [wool stapler] in trust for the equal benefit of all the creditors of the said Henry Hinchcliff; and that the said indentir2 [independent] was, on the day of the date thereof, duly exe- [executed] uted ted] by the said Henry Hinchcliff, in the presence of Wil- [William] liam Barker, of Huddersfield aforesaid, solicitor; and the s2me [same] indenture was, on the twenty-ninth day of April last, duly executed by the said Charles Hirst and James Waller respectively, in the presence of the said William Barker And notice is hereby further given, that the said indenture of Release and Assignment lies at the offices of Mr. Barker, in Huddersfield aforesaid, for the perusal and execution of, G nnd [and] by the creditors of the said tis [is] first day of May, 1850. By order. W. BARKER, Solicitor te the Trustees. enry [Henry] Hincheliff.-Dated [Himself.-Dated] TIC DOLOREUX [DOLORES] CURED. eps [es] painful affection of the facial nerve is a spe- [se- species] cies [ties] of Neuralgia, which comprises similar affections jn other parts of the body. It is characterised by acute wain, attendant with convulsive twitchings [teachings] of the muscles, and continuing from a few minutes to several hours. All persons afflicted with this painful and tormenting raalady [malady] are recommended to try HICK'S CELEBRATED TIC PILLS, Which have invariably been found to produce aspeedy [speedy] and eSectual [effectual] cure, TESTIMONIALS. To Mr. John Ford, Chesterfidd. [Chesterfield] q Sir,-I have recommended Mr. Hick's Pills for the Tick to all ny friends with complete success, I cannot speak of them in tro [to] Ligh [Light] terms of praise -Yours, &e., Sarewsbury, [Salisbury] Nov. 8, 1846. W. H. Hunver. [Hunter] To Mr. Hick. r.-I have great pleasure in giving my testimony of the ex- [oxen] nee of your Pills for the Tic Dolereax. [Dolores] I was frequently with this unpleasant complaint, bat have not suffered from it since taking a box of your pills, i canrot cannot] too strongly recommend them.-Yours, &o., Wakefield, June 12th, [the] 1847. Si cei [ce] Ww. Herworts. [Hearts] Briggate, Leeds, Jan. 27, 1847. Sir,-I think it due to you and the public to gite my testi- [test- testimony] miomy [mummy] in favour of your excellent Pills for the Tic Doloreux. [Dolores] I suffered every winter for many years, but have not had the slizhtest [slightest] attack for the last twe [we] winters, during which time I liave [have] occasionally taken the pills,-Yours obediently, Mr. Hick, Wakefield. Cuas. [Cas] NEESOR. [NEWS] Princess Street, New York, Dec. 14, 1846. &ir,-When I left Wakefield I brought with me six boxes of xour [our] Tic Pills, one of my family having suffered very severely froin [from] that complaint. I find I have been too liberal in supplying in friends, who have all derived the greatest relief from them. Please let my friend Walker have twelve boxes, and he will for- [forward] ward them to me by next steamer. The Pills have wrought the invat [invade] astonishing cures.-Yours 'To Mr. Hick, Chemist, - Wakefield, England. 3 Henry W. Watson. TO BE HAD OF THE FOLLOWING AGENTS [AGENTS] WILMAN, Mr. SHILLITC. [SHILLITO] A Ramsden. Holintivth-Mr. [Plaintiff-Mr] Lomax. Fradford-Mr. [Bradford-Mr] J. Hick. Heckmondwike-Mr. [groundwork-Mr] Booth. Gloyne. Brighouze-Mr. [Brighouse-Mr] Cardwell. deedx-Reinhardt [deed-Reinhardt] and Sons, Briggate; Macgowan, [McGowan] Woodhouse Lane; Topham, Wade Lane; Pickles, Kirkgate; where may also be had HICK'S CELEBRATED COUGH LOZENGES by his Royal Highness Prince Abert, the King of the EWLEY, [EARLY] FISHER, &Co.'s concentrated ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER, as prepared for and used by the Queen and Prince Albert. This Essence is prepared by a peculiar process, so that it con- [contains] tains [trains] all the carminative [cumulative] and restorative properties of Ginger in the most effective state, witheut [without] the addition of any mofe [more] heating stimulant. amaica [Jamaica] Ginger is universally known as one of the most valuable medicines in relieving Gout, Nervousness, Cramps, Spasms, Flatulency, [Flatulence] and sense ef oppression after meals. This form will be found the mest [meat] convenicnt [convenient] in ini [in] tration, [ration] Ten Drops being equal to Eight Grains of Powder er. 'Sold in Bottles at 2s. 6d. and 4s. each, by all respectatite [respective] Chemists in the United Kingdom. Prepared only by BEwLEY, [Belle] FisHer, [Fisher] Co., Chemists to the Queen and Prince Albert, by special Appointment, Dame Street, Dublin. THE ROYAL SHAVING CREAM. Unsu [INS] for promoting 'comfort in Shaving, as sed [se] Belgians, the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, the Duke of Devonshire, the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of London, the Marquis of Abercorn, and a large number of the Nobility of the United Kingdom, who are all desirous of patronizing this most useful article of Irish manufacture . Sold in Pots at Is. and 2s. each, by aH tespectable [respectable] Chemists in the United Kingdom. Prepared only by BEWLEY, FIsHER, [Fisher] Co., Chemists to the Queen and Prince Albert, by special Appointment, Dame Street, Dublin. Sole and only Agent for Huddersfield, W. P. ENGLAND, Chemist, 12, Market Place. oe pag [page] Ree [Ere] WIFT'S [WIT'S] SPECIFIC FOR THE GOTT; RHEUMATIC, TIC DOLOREUX, [DOLORES] &c. The astound- [astounding] ing success of this specific is rendering it the Wonder of the Age. Asa remedial agent for the Gout, Rhéumatic, [Rheumatic] Tic Doloreux, [Dolores] Lum' sciatica, Tooth Ache, Nervous Head Ache, and all other nervous affections, it s Ss every other remedy hitherto offered to the Public. The demand for it is increasing daily, aad [and] its must soon become universal. ; The following Parties, and hundreds more, if required) will bear ample testimony to its efficiency -Mr. dames. Fean, [Dean] Lockwood, cured of the gout; Mr. William Shep- [She- Shepherd] herd, Northgate, Huddersfield, ditto; Mr. Abraham deel, [feel] Trinity Street, Huddersfield, of rheumatism; Mrs. Sander- [Sanderson] son, Market Weighton, of tic doloreux. [Dolores] After being six weeks under the care of a Physician Mr. James Sykes, Ainley Top, of lumbago and nervous head achio; [aching] Mr. E. Furness, years standing. This specific is prepared only by Joseph Swift, 12, West- [Westgate] gate, Hudderstield, [Huddersfield] and sold in boxés [boxes] at ls. lid. 2s. 9d. each, and may be had of the following Agents -Leeds Messrs. Reinhardt and Sons, chemists Mr. John Heaton, stationer; Mrs. Mann, stationer. Dewsbury Mr. Hunter, chemist. Cleckheaton Mr. Woodcock, chemist. Poxte- [Porte- Extract] Jract [Tract Mr. Priestley, chemist. Barnsley Mr. Wall, che- [chemist] mist. Sheffield Mr. Sewell, chemist Mr. Machon, che- [chemist] mist. Chesterfield Mr. Wright, chemist. Bradford Mr. Blackburn, chemist. Halijeax [Halifax Mr. Wilkinson,. chemist. Todmorden Mr. Butterworth, chemist. Delph Mr. J. M. Clifton, chemist. And most patent medicine venders. [vendors] MARBLE AND STONE CHIMNEY PIECES, MONUMENTS, TOMBS, BATHS, ke. ILLERS [MILLERS] and CO. solicit an inspection of their extensive STOCK of CHIMNEY PIECES, in every description of the best Foreign and British Marble, which for elegance of design and excellence of work- [workmanship] zoarship [worship] cannot be surpassed. Being the only importers advantages of the best machinery, they are enabl [enable] pattern at Similar prices. SHOW ROOMS AND WORKS, STANLEY-STREET, NEAR THE NEW BAILEY, SALFORD, MANCHESTER. to offer their stock at very low on hand from 1 to 100 each. Marble Baths, Monuments, Tombs, Washstands, of marble in this part of the country, and having all the prices. Marble Chimney Pieces able Tops, &c., made to any . ESTABLISHED 1772. . HOLDSWORTH SONS' GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSES, , NEW WELLS, GOODS DELIVERED At this Establishment parties furnishing have the o advantage not offered to the sane extent by any other CABINET FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY. Bits, MATTRESSES, AND BLANKETS. MANTLE, TOILETTE, &C., GLASSES. PassaGE [Passage] CLOTHS, MaTTINGS. [Mattings] The Show Rooms are replete with every possible variety in each respective department, suited to the tastes and of all purchasers, and no expense is spared by for supplying Goods of sound materials and workmanship. ALL KINDS OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PURCHASED. rtunity [Trinity] of selecting every article of Houschold. [Household] Furniture, an ouse [use] out of London. The Stovek [Stove] comprises- [comprisesWAKEFIELD] WAKEFIELD. CARRIAGE FREE. CARPETS AND HEARTH Recs. [Revs] ParER-HANGINGS. [Parker-HANGINGS] DAMASKS AND MOREENS. [MOREEN] GENERAL HarpwaRE, [Hardware] &C. the Proprietors to maintain their long-cstablished [long-established] character AND PIERC [PIER] Prro [Pro] Peumatic [Rheumatic] HotA [Hot] iy Stove BENEZER [EBENEZER] THORNTON, IRONMONGER, SALE of the above STOVES in the three Towns, viz. HALIFAX, HUDDERSFIELD, and WAKEFIELD, and their respective Neighbourhoods, begs to call the attention of parties requiring Stoves to the fact, that the above far excel anything of the kind yet in the market. PROSPECTUSES and TESTIMONIALS, with further particulars, forwarded free (by post) on application DU BARRY'S HEALTH RESTORING FOOD FOR INVALIDS AND INFANTS. HE REVALENTA [PREVALENT] ARABICA, [ARABIC] discovered, exclusively grown, and imported by Du Barry Co., 127, New Bond-street, London, sole owners of the Revalenta [Prevalent] estates, and of the patent machine by which alone the curative principles of the plant can be de- [developed] veloped. [envelope] This light delicious breakfast farina (without medicine of any kind, without inconvenience, and without expense, as it saves 5U times its cost in other more cexpen- [Sexton- expensive] sive [side] remedies) s ily [il] and permanently removes dyspep- [dyspepsia- dyspepsia] sit, (indigestion), constipation, acidity, cramps, spasms, fits, heartburn, diarrhwa, [diarrhoea] nervousness, biliousness, affec- [affect- affections] tions [tins] of the liver and kidneys, flatulency [flatulence] distension, palpitation of the heart, nervous headache, dcafness, [deafness] noises in the head and cats, pains in alinost [almost] every part of the bedy, [bed] chronic inflammation and ulccration [alteration] of the sto- [to- stomach] 1nach, [Nash] eruptions on the skin, scrofula, consumption, dropsy, gout, nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, after eating, or at sea, low spirits, spleen, general debility, paralysis, cough, asthma, inquictude, [indicted] sleeplessness, invo- [into- voluntary] untary [voluntary] blushing, tremors, dislike to society, unfitness for study, delusions, loss of memory, vertigo, blood to the head, exhaustion, melancholy, groundless fear, indecision, wretchedness, thoughts of sclf-destruction, [self-destruction] kc. 'Ths best food for infants and invalids gencrally, [general] as it is the only feod [food] which never turns acid on the weakest stomach; but im- [in- imparts] parts a healthy relish fur lunch and dinner, and restores the faculty of digestion and nervous and muscular energy to the most enteebled.-DU [enabled.-DU] BARRY CO., 127, New Bond-street, London. Agent for HUDDERSFIELD, Mr. W. P. ENGLAND, Chemist, Market-place. , Havirax,-Mr. [Averages,-Mr] P. H. Wilkinson and Mr. J. H. Kershaw. Analysis by the Professcr [Professor] of Chanistry [Chancery] and Analytical Chemist, Andrew Ure, [Re] M.D., F.RS., &e., &e. - London, 24, Bloomsbury-square, June 8, 1849. Thofeby [Thereby] certify, that having examined 'Du Barry's Revalenta [Prevalent] Arabica,' [Arabic] I find it to be pure vegetable Farina, pertectly [perfectly] whole- [Stephens] STEPHENS' PATENT REGISTER STOVE GRATE, PATENT PYRO [PRO] PNEUMATIC VENTILATING Stephen's Patent Register Crate, STOVE, MAY BE SEEN IN USE (DAILY) FROM TEN TO SIX ATTHE [ARTHUR] SHOW ROOMS, No. 16, NEW STREET, HUDDERSFIELD WHERE A LARGE ST CK OF THEM IS CONSTANTLY KEPT ON HAND. E'S &e., having undertaken the AGENCY for the stomach and bowels, and thereby to counteract dyspepsia, con- [constipation] stipation, [station] and their nervous consequénces. [consequence] Anprew [Andrew] Ure, [Re] M.D., F B.S & Analytical Chemist. Dr. Harvey presents his compliments to Méssrs. [Messrs] Du Barry and Co., and has pleasure in recommending their Revalenta [Prevalent] Food, it has been singularly useful in many obstinate cases of diarrh ea, [diarrhoea ea] as alsu [also] of ths [the] opposite condition of the bowels and their nervous consequences. London, Aug. 1st, 1849. A FEW CASES. From the Right Hon. the Lord Stnar [Star de Decies. [decides] romana, [Roman] Cepoquin, [Spoken] county Waterford, Feb. 15, 1849. Gentlemen,-I have derived much benefit from the use of the 'Revalenta [Prevalent] Food.' It is only due to the public and to yourselves to state, that you are at liberty to make any use of this commu- [com- communication] nicatlon [Catalonia] which you may think proper.-l remain, gentlemen, your obedient servant, Stuarr [Stuart] pe DEcIes. [decides] 4, Park-walk, Little Chelsca, [Chelsea] Londvh; [London] Oct. 2, 1848. Twenty-seven years' dyspepsia. from which I had suffered great pain and inconvenience, aud [and] for which I had consulted the advice of many, has been effectually removed by your excellent Revalenta [Prevalent] Arebica [Arabic] Food in six weeks' time, &c., &c. Parker D. Bincuam, [Bunkum] Captain Royal Navy. . Louisa-terrace, Exmouth, Aug, 1 1849. Dear Sir,-I will thank you to send me, on receipt of this, two ten-pound Canisters of your Revalenta [Prevalent] Arabica [Arabic] Food. z to assure you that its beneficial effects have been duly appreciated by; deur [dear] sir, most respectfully, Tuomas [Thomas] Kine, Major-General. Letter frcim [from] the Venerable Archdeacon of Rose. -- - Aghadown [Again] Glebe, Skibbergn, [Skinner] county Cork, Aug. 22, 1849. Dear Sir,-l camnot [cannot] speak too favourably of the Revalenta [Prevalent] Arabica. [Arabic] ALEx. [Ale] Stuart, Archdeacon of Ress. [Rest] Aghadown [Again] Glebe, Skibbereen, [Siberian] county Cork, Aug. 27, 1849, Sirs,-Having had an attagk.of [attack.of] bad fever about three years ago, I have ever since been suffering from its effects, producing excessive nervousness, pains in my neck end left arm, and gene- [general] ral [al] weakness of constitution, which has prevented me in a great degree from following my. usual avucatigns [avocations] these, sensations, added o restless nights, particularly after previo [previous - exercise, 'condition of health, having been subject during that period . Most severe pains in the back, chest, right and left sides, which 'don-street Ed reat [rest] Hucklow, Derbyshiiv, [Derbyshire] of ambago [Lumbago] fourteen 'delicate stomach of an 'inetance, [instance] is for the sake of suffering humanity.-i 4m, i your obedient servan [servant] ' ome [one] 'tums. Srvuart, [Stuart] Archdeacon of Ross. King's College, Cambridge, Oct. 15, 1849. I now consider mipacit [capacity] 2 sieanpee [seance] to all complaints, except a hearty old age. Iam [I am] as well as ever F was, and even quite free from the vexatious and troublesome annoyance of an eruption of the skin, of which I had suftered [suffered] for years, and which my medi- [med- medical] cal attendant had declared incurable at my time of life. About sixty years ago I had a fall from my horse hemiplegia was the consequence my left arm and leg were paralysed, algo [also] my left eyelid and the eye was displaced. From 1789 'these dilapidations have resisted. all remedies, until now, at 85, by two vesting' uze [use] of your Preakiast [Breakfast] Food, thy left arm and leg Lave been ren [en] as useful to me-as the tight, and the left eye- [eyelid] lid restored to health, the eye so mtuch [much] so that it requires no spectacles, F deem this extraordinary cure of much import- [importance] ance [once] to sufferers at Jango, [Jingo] and convider [consider] it my daty [day] to place the above details at your Gisposal [Disposal] in any way you taink [think] will promote the welfare of . WILLIAM Hunt, Barrister-at-Law. Winslow, Bucks, Jan. 23, 1848. I have found it to be a simple though very efficacious and pRa- [par- present] sant [san] fold, doing geed to my own and others' functional 'dis- [disorders] orders, Rev. CuaRLes [Charles] KERR, St. Saviour's, Leeds, Dee. 9, 1847, or the last five years I have been in a moat' eplotabie [epaulette] 'produced vomiting almost daily......Next to God, 1 owe you a great debt of gratitude. I have not had any sickness at the stomach since 1 commenced your Food, &c., &c.-I remain, gentlemen, yours very truly, . Rev. THOMAS 'Mryster, [Master] of Farnley Tyas, Yerkshire. [Yorkshire] . Ssewsbary, [Salisbury] Yorkshire, 11th Sept., 1849. Gentlemen,-I am using your Food with great success. Before care fo sufier [suffer] grant pein [pen] fom [from] indigeetaas, [indicates] Dat [At] sure to r r it from thank God I ata [at] better. I have recommended your Food toa [to] Lee many of my fellow sufferers.- [sufferers] ALEX. CaLDER, [Calder] Sergeant Royal Sappers and Miners, Grdnarite [Granite] Survey, Dewsbury. In canisters weighing 1 at 2. Q9d.; [I'd] 2Ib. [ob] at 4s, 6d.; of 51. at 118.; [W] 12lb. [lb] at 22s. super-refined quality, 10lb., [lb] 33s.; [S's] and 5b. 22s.; [S's] suitably packed for all cHimates. [climates] Canisters forwarded by DU BARRY and Co., on receipt of Post-office or Bankers' orders. The 12 b. and 10lb. [lb] canisters catriage-free [carriage-free] to any town or railway station connected by rail with London, or to any port in Scotland or roland [Ronald] connected with Liendon [London] by steam or sailing vessels, Agents in Hedges and Butler, 155, Regent- [Regent street] street Fortnum, [Fortnight] Mason, and Co., 182 and 183, Piccadilly, Purveyors to her Majesty the Queen; Barclay, 95, Farring- [ferring- Friends] wards, Sutton, Newberry, Sanger, Evans, Hannay, and through all réspectable [respectable] téa-dealers, [tea-dealers] grocers, Italian warehouses, booksellers, draggists, [druggists] chemists, and medicine vendors in town and country. Testimonials of the highest respectability sent gratis. Caution -The name of Messrs. Du Barry's invaluable food, as also that of the firm, have been so closely imitated that invalids cannot too carefully took at the exact spelling of both, and also Messrs. Du Barry's address, 127, New Boad-street, [Board-street] London, in order to avoid being imposed upon by Ervalenta, [Event] REaL [Real] Revalenta, [Prevalent] or other spurious and injuri- [injury- injurious] ous [us] compounds of peas, beans, lentils, Indian and oat meal, under a close imitation of the name, which have nothing te recommend them but the ivekless [ageless] audacity of their igno- [ing- ignorant] rant and unscrupulous compounders, [compound] and which, tho admirably adapted for pigs, vould [could] psy [pay] sad havoc with mvalid [mild] or infant. 4 . SUDDEN DEATH OF A FRENCH Savant.-M. de Blain- [Blainville] ville, [villa] the successor of George Cuvier in the chair of com- [comparative] parative [narrative] anatomy at the Museum of Natural History in 'aris, [ares] was found dead on Wednesday week in one of the carriages of the night train on the Rouén [Round] railway. His death is a serious loss to the cause of science. Althotgh [Although] 72 years of age he had preserved an unusual degree of vigour, and no professor could equal him in spirit and energy. He was engaged with indefatigable activity in a Work on fossil remains, and so recently as the previous week had been at work in his laboratory with all the ardour of youth. While thus pursuing his studies, he experienced a few days back a sensation of faintness, from which, how- [however] ever, he soon recovered, and attributed his indisposition to the heat, refusing to submit to any treatment. When the melancholy event occurred he was on his way to Caen, [Can] intending to proceed to Engiand, [England] and was entirely free from any apprehensions as to the state of his health. - FUNERAL OF THE Port LAUREATE,-The remains of Wordsworth were con&igned [con&one] to the earth, at the little church of Grasmere, on Saturday last. The funeral was intended to be as private as push, but many persons assembled to pay honour to to the remains of the illustrious dead. There was a long procession of iages [ages] and horsemen, and the church was filled 'with ladies and gentlemen of the neigh- [neighbourhood] bourhood, [boyhood] attired in deep mourning. - azette, [Gazette] THE Navication [Navigation] Laws.-The shipping returns of the Board of Trade furnish us with the totals for the first quar- [quay- quarter] ter [te] of the present year. From these it appears that since the abolition of the navigation laws, the following results have been established regarding the comparative employ- [employment] ment [men] of British and foreign shipping -For the throe months ending the 5th April, the total tonnage entered inwards was 910,899, while during the same period last year it was 1,125,940. This shows a decrease of about 19 per cent, but the proportionate diminution presents the following favourable appearance - British vessels.-Diminution, about 14 per cent. United States ditto, 30 - Other countries ditto, 23 - On the other hand, the aggregate diminution in the amount of tonnage cleared outwards was about 7 per cent, and again the proportionate decrease was as follows - British vessels.-Dininution, [vessels.-Diminution] about, 3 per cent, United States ditto, Other countries ditto, 16 - Fire InsuRANCE.-An [Insurance.-An] accouut [account] is published among the Parliamentary papers of the payments made into the Stamp- [Stamp office] office in Great Britain and Ireland on insurances from fire for the four years ending December 25, 1849. 'The London offices paying the largest amounts of duty are-the Alliance, 9,045 in the first quarter, 7,666 in the second, 7,015 in the third, and 12,396 in the last; the Atlas, 10,085 ., 7,880 ., 6,480d., [6,d] and 8,726 for the four quarters respece [respect] tively [lively] the County, 16,397 ., 11,241 ., 9,494 ., and 13,981 ; the Imperial, 13,228 ., 9,425 ., 9,526 ., and 12,0361. the Phornix, [Phoenix] 36,120 ., 27,9340., 25,855 ., and 30,285 ; the Royal Exchange, 23,142 ., 16,818 ., 14,714 ., and 19,623 ; and the Sun, 56,981 ., 42,719 ., 38,496 ., and 42,906 Of the country offices those. paying the largest amounts of duty are-the Birmingham, 3,91U ., [3,U] 2,888 ., 2,519 ., and 2,908 [2,W] ; the Leeds and Yorkshire, 4,753 .,.3,228 ., 2,408 ., and 3,169 ; the Manchester, 5,960 ., 4,2672.,3,671 ., and 4,504 .; [4,W] the Norwich Union, 21, 633 ., 15,191 ., 13,890 ., and 21,7261. . the West of England, 12,420 ., 1U,415 .,. [1U,W] 9,955 ., ard [ad] 11,0852. and the Yorkshire, 5,510 ., 3,497 ., 3,467 1., ad 4,428 The total amount of duty collected from fire in- [insurances] surances [Insurances] in Scotland, in 1849, was the offices pay- [paying] ing the largest sums being the Scottish Union, 22,2914. ; the North British, 16,083 ; the Caledonian, 7,776 3 and the Northern, 5,300 [5,W] .The sums insured on farm stock amounted to In Ireland the principal amounts of duty paid into the Stamp-office in Dublin in the four quarters reported on have been furnished by the following offices -the National, 1,965 ., 1,188 ., 1,09S ., [1,S'S] and 1,5952,; the Patriotic; 1,124 ., 707 ., 791l., [L] and the Royal Exchange, 872l., [L] and 1,107 ; and the Sun, 7760, 551l., [L] and 1,025 The principal amounts of duty collected from the country have been paid by the Al- [Alliance] liance, [Lance] 681 ., 531 ., 722 ., Atlas, 4671., 7251., and 1,2701. the Royal Exchange, 501 ., 2841., 5930., and 673 .; [W] the Sun, 1,092 [1,W] 861d., 1,030 ,, and 1,3S9 .; [1,S] and the West of England, 1,010 ., 876 [W] 1,269., and 1,668. The sums insured on farming stock in Ireland during the four quarters respectively have been, in Dublin, 35, 95,480 ., and 23,914 ; andin [Indian] the country, 24,416., 14,120 ., 1U1,82Ul., [U,ul] and 78,7534. In England the sums insured on farming stock, during the year 1849, have amounted to 36,503,994 in London, and 58,292, 239 in the country. . THE FACULTIES OF ANIMALS AND MEN.-I confess I treat on this subject with some degree of apprehension and reluctance because I should be very sorry to do injustice to the poor brutes, who have no professors to revenge their cause by lecturing on our faculties and at the same time I know that there is a very strong anthropical [anthropological] party, who view all eulogiums [eulogised] on the brute creation with a very consider- [considerable] able degree of suspicion, and look upon every compliment which is paid to the ape as high treason to the dignity of ran; 'There may, perhaps, be more of rashness and ill-fated security in my opinionj [opinion] than magnanimity or lib- [liberality] erality; [reality] but I confess I feel mysclf [myself] so much at my case about the superiority of mankind-I have such a marked and decided contempt for the utiderstanding [understanding] of -éyeny [eye] baboon I have yet seen-I feel so sure that the bli'e [bi'e] ape without a tail will never rival poetry, painting, and jiusic-that [music-that] I see no reason whatever why justice may nat be doné [done] to the few fragments of souls and tatters of understandings which they may 'really possess. I have often rendered my life very miserable ;. but I am happ7 .te [happy .te] say, that having been induced to try your farina about two months since, 1 am now almost a stranger to these symptoms, which I confidently hope will be removed entirely, with the divine biess- [bess- blessing] ing, by the continued use of this food.- [food] Lhave- [Have- Haven] an objection that my name should appear in print, which, however, in this easily digestible, likeiy [like] tu promote a healthy action of the sometimes, perhaps, felt a little uneasy at Exeter Change, from contrasting the monkeys with the 'prentice-boys [practice-boys] who are teasing them; but a few pages of Locke, or a few lines of Milton, have always réetoyed [retorted] me 'to trané [trans] uillity, [utility] and convinced. me that the- [the superiority] superiority of nian [nan] ha nothing to It appears to 4 frutive [festive] kind and numerous testimonials, from ; 7 the head and ears, pains in almost every part of the body, chronic dy Andrews, R.N. Captain Awards, THeRAPEvTics.-The [therapeutic.-The] history of medicine is by no means fiat- [flattering] tering [tearing] to science. It is queationable.whether [questionable.whether] more is known of i eir [er] causes and their-cure, at this moment, than at the time of Galen; it is certain that diseases are quite as numerous, and in the as fatal. Every age has produced some new system of cial [coal] therapeutics which the next age has banished ; each has boasted in its turn of cures, and they, in their turn, have been condemned as failures. Medicines themselves are the subjects of fashion. Is it nota [not] positive proof that medicine is yet unsettled; in fact, that it has no established principles, that it is little more than conjectural this moment, says Mr. 'Pinny, 'the opinions on the subject of treatment are altnost [eldest] as as the practitioners themselves. 'Witness the mass of 'contradiction on the treatment of even one disease, , namely, consumption, Stroll attributes 'its frequeney [frequently] to the in- [introduction] troduction [production] of bark. Morten 'considers an effectual cure. Ried [Red] ascribes the frequency of the disease to the use of mercury. Brillonet [Brilliant] aéserts [assets] that it'is curable by mercury only. Ruse says that consumption is an inflammatory disease-should be treated by bleeding, purging, edcling [decline] medicines, 'and starvation. Salva- [Salve- Salvation] dori [Dore] says it is a disease of debility, arid should be treated by tonics, stimulating remedies, and a generous dict. Galcn [Falcon] recom- [com- recommended] mended vinegar as the best preventative of consumption. Des- [Assault] sault [salt] and others assert that consumption is often brought on by taking vinegar to prevent obesity. Beddoes recommended fox- [foxglove] glove as a specific. Dr Parr found foxglove more injurious in his practice than benefjcial. [beneficial] Sech-are [Such-are] the contradictory y state- [statements] ments [rents] of medical men And yet there can be but one true theory of disease. Of the fallibility and inefficiency of medicine, none have been more conscious than medical men, many of whom have been honest enough to avow their conviction, and now re- [recommend] commend MESSRS. DU BARRY'S REVALENTA [PREVALENT] ARABICA [ARABIC] FOOD, 3 farina which careful analysis has shown to be derived from the root of an African plant, somewhat similar to our honeysuckle. ss properties of a highly curative and es of un- [unquestionable] have attested that mt supersedes medicine of every description in the effectual and permanent removal of indigestion (dyspepsia), constipation, and diarrhea, [diarrhoea] nervousness, biliousness, liver complaints, flatulency, [flatulence] distension, palpitation of the heart, nervous head ache, deafness, noises in inflammation, and ulceration of the stomach, erysipelas, eruptions on the skin, incipient consumption, dropsy, rheumatism, gout, heartburn, nausea and sickness during pregnancy, after eating, or at sea, low spirits, spasms, cram) spleen, general dibility, [debility] paralysis, asthma, cough, sleeplessness, involuntary lushing, [rushing] tremors, dislike to society, unfitness for study, loss of memory, delusions, vertigo, blood to the head, exhaustion, mel- [melancholy] ancholy, [melancholy] groundless fear, indecision, wretchedness, thoughts of and many other complaints. It is, moreover, admitted by these who have used it to be the best food for in- [infants] fants [ants] and invalids generally, as it never turns acid on the weakest stomach, but mparts [parts] a healthy relish for lunch and dinner, and restores the faculty of digeation [digestion] and nervous and nauscular [muscular] energy to the nist [inst] enfeebl [enfeebled It has the highest approbation of Lord Stuart de Decies; [decides] the Venerable Archdeacon Alexander Stuart, of Ross-a cure of three years' nervousness; Major- [Major general] General Thomas King, of Exmouth Captain Parker D. Bingham, R.N., of No. 4, Park walk, Little Chelsea, London, who was cured of twenty-seven years' ja in six weeks' time; Captai [Captain] a R.N, William Hunt, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, King's Coll Cambridge, who, after suffering sixty years from partial is, has regained the use of his limbs in a very 'short time upon this excellent food; the Rev. Charles Kerr, of Winslow, Bucks-a cure of functional disorders; Mr. Thomas Weodhouse, [Woodhouse] Bromley-recording the cure lady from constipation and sickness during pregnancy the Rev. Thomas Minster, of St. Saviour's, -a Cure of five years' nervousness, with spasms and daily vomitings [vomiting Mr. Taylor, Coroner of Bolton Captain Allen-recording the cure of epileptic fits; Doctors Ure [Re] and Harvey; James S orland, [S Ireland] Esq., No. 3, Sydney-terrace, Reading, Berks, late surgeon in the 9sth [South] Regi- [Reg- Regiment] ment-a [men-a] cure of drepsy [dropsy] James Porter, Esq., Athol-street, Perth -a cure of 13 years' congh, [cough] with general debility; J. Smyth, Esq., Lower Abbey-street, Dublin Cornelius O'Sullivan,. M.D,, F.R.C.8,, Dablin-a [Dublin-a] perfect cure of thirty -years' indescribable agony from aneuriam, [Abram] which had resisted all other remedies; and twenty thousand other well-known individuals, who have sent the discoverers and inporters, [Importers] Dw Barry and Co,, 127, New Bond-street, London, testimonials of the extrordinary [extraordinary] manner in which their health has been restored by this useful and economical dist, after all other temedies [remedies] had been tried in vain for many years, and all hopes of recovery abandoned. A full report of inportant [important] cures of the above complaints, and testimo- [testimony- testimonials] nials [nails] from parties of the highest respectability, is, we find, sent gratis by Du Barry and Co. . Caution.-The name of Messrs. Du Barry's invaluable food, as also that of their firm, have been so closely imitated, that inva- [vain- invalids] lids cannot too carefully look at the exact spelling of both, and also Messrs. Du Barry's address, 127, New Bond-street, London, in order to avoid being imposed upon by Ervalenta, Event, Real Arabian Revalenta, [Prevalent, or other spurious compounds, of peas, beans, lentils, Indian and oat meal, under a close imitation of the name, which have nothing to recommend them but the reckiess [reckless] audacity of their ignorant and unscrupulous com- [compound] pounders, [pounder] and which, though admirably adapted for pigs, would play sad havoc with the delicate stomach of an invalid or infant. TIME TABLES. LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. MANCHESTER, HUDDERSFIELD, LEEDS, &c. Par.) 2CL. [CL. 21.) 2. CLI 2 CL, Ex. 2 C1) Par. London.......dep. [London.......de. ... ws 615) [W] 2. 10 Of 1. 6 45 ... 61510 1245; Chester .....cccce [cocks] are we 7 45) 9 45) 2. 1 40). 5 30 aes [as] 8 5212 Of 2. 320) [W] 1 7 20 Macclesfield ...... ew 730) [W] 910) [W] wp wp oe Poa [PA] oon [on] Stockport ......... -. 40 10 15) 145) [W] 4 30) 1. 8 40 Liverpool ......... ... .. 9 0 10 40) 2 0 8 oO 615 Manchester...dp. 6 30 8 45)10 30; 1 45 3 15 4 45 ... 8 30 Ashton ......... 6 55) 9 5 10 45) 2 10 3 30 ... 8 55 Stalybridge ...--- 7 0 9 10,10 50; 2 15, 3 35 5 o 9 Mossley ......... 7 8 9 16 10 56) 2 23) 3 40)... -. 9 8 Greenfield ...... 7 16 9 24 11 3) 231 345) [W W] 916 Saddleworth...... 7 22) 9 32128 8) 2 37; 3 501 5 12)... 9 ae Marsden............ 7 37 9 47 11 27) 2 52) 4 5) 5 27 6 30 9 37 Slaithwaite ...... 7 43) 9 52111 32) 2 58) 4.17 ... 6 361 9 43 7 51 9 5811 33 3 5 4 23) 2. 6 44 9 51 Longwood......... 7 5810 45) 3 10 ... --- 6 51) 9 58 Huddersfield ...) S 4 10 11 52) 3 15 4 33 5 45 65810 5 Bradley ............ 8 10 10 13)11 58; 3 20)... 7 1011 Heaton Lodge... 8 14 10 18 12 5) 3 26, 4 43 710 10 17 Mirfield ............ 82 12 10) 3 31 4 47 5 55 7 1510 22 Dewsbury 8 3 40) 4 56) 6 5) 7 2510 32 Batley 8 34555 O ... 7 3010 41 Morley 8 3 50 ... 7 34 10 45 Churwell [Howell] 3 56)... 7 3910 51 Wortley 4 2)... 7 4510 57 Leeds ...... 410) [W] 5 20' 6 25) 7 5511 5 -- Pool for Otley 11 26 141) [W] 4 41 7 26 we aes [as] Knaresbro [Nursery] ..., ll 43 45 4 7 43 a ll 43 2 4 5 4 743 oy eee [see] 12 #10 2 32) 5 32 8 10 we es 12 30 3 0.6 8 30 ee 3 0)6 O9 11 Oo 2 aaa Sundays. A Train leaves Manchester at 10, 2 0, 30, Ashton 8 35, 225, 55, Stalybridge 8 40, 230, 9 0, Mossley, 48, 2 339 Greenfield 8 56, 2 46, 9 16, Saddleworth 9 2, 252, 9 22 Marsden 9 17, 3 7,9 37, Slaithwaite 9 24, 3 14, 9 43,' Golcar 9 32, 322,951, Longwood 9 39, 3 29, 9 58, Huddersfield 9 45 3 35, 10 5, Bradley 9 51, 3 41, 10 11, Heaton Lodge 9 57, 3 a7. 10 17, Mirfield 10 2, 3 52, 10 22, Dewsbury 10 12, 4 2, 10 32 Batley 10 21, 4 11, 10 41, Morley 10 25, 4 15, 10 45, Churwell [Howell] 10 31, 4 21, 10 51, Wortley 10 87, 4 27, 10 57, Leeds 10 45, 435, LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD, MANCHESTER, tear,-Sidney Smith's Moral Philosophy, Par. Par. Ex. 2 CL Ex. (2 CL) Par cL. Newcastle... dep. [de. ... .. 5 30 11 0 wes [West] Par ok hirsk [Hirst] cst [cost] ses [se] 8 17) 135)... [W] 6 5 Ripon wea i 856210... ow. 6 42 Harrogate oe oe ae 9 BH) 230) [W] 2 ole gs Knaresbro [Nursery ww wee wi 9 26 2 80) 0, 5 Pool for Otléy [Otley] ..) a. ace oe BSL) [BS] 248) [W] QL. ow. 7 25 6 45) 9 30 10 45) 3 15 3 30 5 30 8 15 651) [W] ... 10 51)... 3 38 5 33 s 23 6 56 ... 110 57 ... 3 45) 5 44 8 29 2) ll 5 ... 3 51 5 50 8 38 710 [W 2. fb ... 4 0 5 50 8 ag 7 Oot [Not] 18; 8 85) 4 5) 6 3) 8 48 - 3 10 O 11 28) 3 45) 4 15 6 13 58 Heaton Lodge ... ... 728) [W] -... 111 33 ... 4 20 6 isl 9 3 Bradley ...5..4..) .. 7 34)... 1b 39 ... 4 261 6 22 9 9 Huddersfield 6 Of T 47 3 57 4 34 6 30 9 17 Longwood ......... 6 5 ee LL 53)... 40 6 35) 9 23 Golcar .......cccc0e00 [Cockle's] 6 10 ... a fll [ll] 58 ... 4 45 6 40 9 28 Slaithwaite ...... 615) [W] 7 54 ... 12 5 aa 4 52 6 a7 9 36 Maraden [Marsden] ......4. 6 20 T 59 10 30) 12 10 4 15 5 oO 6 52 9 az Saddleworth ... .. 8 36 8 14 10 45 12 25 4 30 7 7W95r [r] Greenfield 6 33 8 20 ... 12 34 S T1410 [T] 4 6 46) S28 [S ... 12 42). Ie 2 7 12 6 53) 8 35 11 O 12 50) 4 45 22 7 30 10 20 7 40) 9 30.11 30 1 201 5 2S 3S sis). 840) [W] 2. 112 55 SS 7 aah Droylsden [Dresden] ......... oe S45). [S] 1 OO ed Clayton Bridge .. ... 8 50 .. 1 5) .. PS we oe Park oe 855). [W] DM) Biles ... 19 0) 215 [W] 8S poo Manchester ... ar. 715) [W] 9 5,11 20 1 80 5 5 2 5 7 50h0 [H] 40 i-4 s -- -- 9 10 25 12 201 310 [W 615'S [W'S o aul... [al] 9 1510 43.12 52 240) [W] 6 15 ... 10 34) a se wf 315) [W] wf ow. oa) 10 2011 30, 2 45) 4 fa wp op To 1 3512 45 3 30 510 753) [W] 2 ae 4 0 210) [W] .. 4 50)... paw as. [C] Sundays, -. A Tealn [Teal] leaves Leeds at 6 0, 1 0, 6 45, Worthy 6 i'8 651, Churwell [Howell] 6 14, 1 14, 6 57, Morley 6 20, 1 20 7 5 Batle [Table] 6 29, 129,714, Dewsbury 6 33, 1 33, 718. Mirfield 6 43, 1 43, 7 28, Heaton Lodge 6 48, 1 48, 7 33, Bradley 6 54, 154, 739, Hud- [HUD- Huddersfield] dersfield [Huddersfield] 7 2, 22, 745, Longwood 7 8, 28, 751, Golear [Golcar] 7 13, 2 13, 7.56, Slaithwaite 7 21, 221, 84, 7 26, 2 27, 8 10, Saddleworth 7 42, 2 42,-8 25, Greenfield 7 49, 2 49, 8 31, Moss- [Mossley] ley [le] 7 57, 257, 8 39, Stalybridge 8 5,35, S Stockport. ar 925, 3 35, 9 45 Ashton 8 10, 3 1h 8 50, Droylsden [Dresden] 8 15, 3 15, 8 55, Clayton Bridge 8 20, 3 20, 9 0, Patk 25; 3 25,95, Miles Platting 8 80, 3 30; 9 10, Manchester ar 8 35, 335, 915, and Liverpool ar at 10 20, 6 55, LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE RAILW [RAILWAY] MANCHESTER, LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD. a BIN An on 2 . 2(L2 i Liverpool.. .. ... 9 15 2 - Manchester [C] 6 15) 8 15 10 10 2 So 33) 5 Middleton 3 6 36) 8 25 10 32 ... 151 ga) Oldham dp -2 6 15 15 10 15)... L303 [L] 05 Blue Pits... . 6 43 8 32 10 40)12 28) 2 4 3 45, 2 3 6 56) 8 37 10 50 12 35) 2 lei acy [act] 2 Littleboro'. -2 [Little'. -2] 2 7 6 ... 057 ... [W] gs 7 Walsden..... s [Wilson..... s] 4 719 ... [W] os 235 3.59) 7 24) 9 12 Su 246) [W] 4 5, Burnley arf [are 8 20 -9 gufli [gulf] so 125) [W] 3) Do. 7 8 2019 20 21 Heb. Bridge 5 7 36) 9 9 ... 252) [W] 4 is, 2 Mythomrd.j [Method.j 2 740 [W 2. ... we 2 5G) ge Luddenden 7 44)... Jin [In] vs 3 a ey Sowerby Bg 6 0 7 53 9 13 12 33) 3 oy 45) North Dean 6 8 0) 9 19 11 1 IS 317 yar [year] yf Halifax dp 5 55) 7 45) 9 8)1 2) Liz s 5 gow [how] 5 Elland ...... 647118 5)... wo SB 7 Brighouse 6 19) 3 13) 9 25 11 50) 1 27) 3.51 je Cooper Brg [Beg 625) [W] 8 21)... ow S45 [S] y Huddersfd. [Huddersfield] - arrival.... 6 50 8 45) 9 50 12 10 2 lol [lo] ase [as] 325 - departure) 6 16, 8 15) 9 20 11 45) 1 25) 340 5 4 Mirficld..ar [Mirfield..ar 6 8 28 9 35 12 0 1 38 335 3; - Dewsbury. ee B40) [B] 94512 5) L Sep 4 4) Goes - Batley ...... oe B43) [B] 2 wp a Morley ...... ee BSL [BS] MZ ASP A. As Churwell [Howell] 3 56)... ae ws 2S) 5 Wortley we 9 2. 30 a5 es 9 10 10 5 12 40) 2 Lol [Lo] 4 Se) 5 53 - Thornhill.. 6 40) 8 41 y 45 12 6 2) 2 - Horbury ... 6 50) 8 50) 9 Suli2 [Sully] 12 0. tay. Wakefield..; 7 5) 9 0 9 55 12 20) 1 37) 421 3 Normantn. [Normanton. 7 12 9 luj10 [Luke] 38 12 Bel 2 5 4 Sul [Su] 5 ay. Leeds Hun 7 40) 2. wf 2 oo wn) York......... 8 5011 20)... 1 50 2 50 Tb gig H te .. ML So) ww. ou. 5 35 Searbro' [Scarbro] ... 11 15 2 0 .. 7 30) . Hull......... 9 50 12 15)... 2 45) 5 Su vb Bridli [Bridle] ve 21S [21ST we 5 B01 [B] 7 45 . Newcastle.) 1 0) 3 0 2.16 0) 5 25 l Edinburgh 7 0 915 .. a 9 34 Sundaya. [Sunday] A Train leaves Manchester in the morning at 4, - 7 30, Middleton 8 19, 10 32, 5 16, 7 49,Oldham ap . 5 0, 7 30, Blue Pits 3 32, 10 42, 5 25,50, s 5 33, 8 7, Littleborough 8 47, 5 40, 8 15, Walsden [Wilson] 9). 5-5. Todmorden, 9 6, 11 12, 5 58, 34, Burnley far 4, 30, 10 30, 7 45, Hebden Bridge 9 15, 6 1, 55. We royd [road] 9 20, 6 14, 850, Ludden [Sudden] Foot 9 26, 6 Is. s 4. s Bridge 9 32, 11 29, 6 27, 9 6, North Dea [De] Halin [Halon tt 11 36, 6 35, 9 7, Elland 9 45, 11 40, 6 39, 9 12. 11 47, 6 48, 9 20, Cooper Bridge 10, 12 55, 64, ye tes [te] field ar 10 17, 12 14, 7 22, 9 49, dp 52, ll Mirfield ar 10 3, 12 0, 6 59, 9.35, Dewsbury 10 15. 10 17, 949, Morley 10 27, 9 59, Churwell [Howell] io 3. ly 10 37, Leeds W. Rd. 10 43, 1025, Thrn [Then] Lecs, [Lees] 12 6, 7 6,9 41, Horbury 10 24, 7 13, 9 52, Wakerield [Wakefield] 1) a2 7 25, 10 5, Normanton 10 41, 12 40. T 35, Iw 15. Leeds, Huns, Jane, 1 0, 80, York 7 30, Hull 50, Neweastte [Newest] 1 v LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD, MANCHESTES. [MANCHESTER] é Par. Par.) Ex. Ex. 2 Gd. bx 30 Edinburgh 6 0 . JL 5) ws ou. 5 30 8 15 he ingtn. [ingot] ese ese 'ana oes [ors] lv Haull......... [Hall] vee [see] oa BS BWI [BI] OF LL 2 Scarbro' ae vo we 17 O19 [O] 30 LL le Hi we low a. os 2 York......... w ve 7 20) 9 5012 3) Leeds Hun .. vo. flo [lo] 55) ). Normanton 5 20 ... 9 0121 15 1 25) 3 40 9 8 Wakefield.. 5 30 ... 9 9 11 24) 1 33) 3493 4 Horbury...) 5 40) 917 11 30) 2. 4 0. Thornhill.. 5 50 ... ... 12 38) 2. 4a 32 Beed8 [Bed] dp .. 6 019 Of .. 1 25) 3 4 5 Wortley 6 4fow [for] os we 345 te Churwell [Howell] 6 8S .. sas [as] we 3 50 Morley...... B13)... [B] ws 3 58) Batley ...... OQ wf wf ou.) 4 Sl Dewsbury -. 19 2. 132 4 9 , 5 58 6 35 9 27 11 49) 1 43) 41 aT Huddersfd. [Huddersfield] arrival....) 6 0) 6 5010 5112 10 2 10 440 3 departure ... 6 16 9 20 11 45 1 25) 3 a5 Cooper Bdg [Big 6 6 44)... we 4 27 Brighouse 6 15 6 41 9 39 12 1) 2 Tt 2 uz 7 Elland ...... 6 22 6 58 ... ssa [sa] oe SBM [SUM] LT North Dean 6 30 7 5) 9 49 12 11 2 17 46 San 7 Halifax dp ... 655) [W] 9 37 12 2 2 4m 500 7 SowerbyBd) [Sowerby] ... 7 13 9 54 12 20) 2 23 452) [W] 55) 7 Luddenden ... 718 [W ... 12 23)... 457 Bytholnrd [Blond] we T w 3d 2 eb. Bridge .. 7 92400 6 12 35) 2.3715 Ss 6 Todmerden [Todmorden .. 7 S 10 13 12 Go 2 St) 5 24) 6 Is oe 8 20 11 40 1 25) 3 22) 6 ww oO. --- 7 0 9 45)12 20) 2 10 wo Walsden [Wilson] 7 7 53 a 2 5 ' Littleboro' [Little] 811) [W] .. 1 5)... 3 41 . Rochdale... ... 8 20 10 32) 1 13 3 17 5 49) 5 css [cas] Blue Pits...) ... 8 41 1 25 3 30) 5 54) 6 Middleton ... 41 10 49 1 32 3 40) 6 Si jue [June] Oldham ar ... 9 5 11 30 1 45 4 30) 6 20) 7 2 Manchester ve 9 OL 15) 1 43) 3 55 6 25) T Liverpool .. --- 110 25 12 20 3 20) 5 25) 3 Sordays. [Saturdays] A Train leaves Normanton in the morning at 7) wr ae 10, Horbury 6 20, Thornhill 5 2) Mir rsfie [rife] 52, Cooper Bri [Bro] ighouse [house] 631, EL 790, and North Dean 77. MS OD, Exichowse [Excise] A Train leaves Leeds in the Morning at 7 15. Wortles [Wortley] 7 2. Well 7 25, Morley, 731, Batley 741, Dewsbury t 57, Huddersfield 8 11 dep. [de] from 7 44 Cooper house 8 11, Elland 8 20, Nr. Dean 25, Halifax Sowerby Bg. 8 33, Luddenden F. 39, Mytheim [Them] Bridge 8 49, Todmorden 9 9, Burnley 9 40, 3 tlebro' [Talbot] 9 29, Rochdale 9 38, Blue Pits 9 46, Oleham [Oldham] 10 15, and Manchester 10 15. A Train leaves Leeds at 10 40, Normanton 11 0, Thornhill 11 30, Mirfield 11 35, Huddersfielil [Huddersfield] 12 11 23, 11 63, Cooper B. 11 40, Brighouse 1) 45, Ella Dean Halifax, dep. 11 [de.11] 53, Sowerby Be, 12 12. 12 25, Todmorden 12 40, Burnley, arrival 1 19. Rochdale 1 0, Blue Pits 1 5, Middleton 1 15, 2 1 30, Manchester arrival 1 30, Liverpool 3 5. A Train leaves Normanton at 6 30, 3 35, Wakefichi [Wakefield] Horbury 6 51. Leeds Dabry [Dairy] 7 5, Leeds ley [le] 6 30, Churwell [Howell] 6 35, Morley 6 41, Batley 6 5 6 55, Mirfield dp. 7 8, 9 10, Huddersfield ar dp. 6 45, 8 56, Cooper Bridge 714, 9 15, 7 and 7 31, 9 30, North Dean 7 35, 9 35, Halitiex [Halifax] up 7 Sowerby Bridge 7 43, 942, Ludtien [Luddenden] Foot 7 49, Mv Hebden Bridge 7 59, 956, Todmorden 0, 10 9 5 dp 7 45, Walsden, [Wilson] 8 27, Littleberough [Little] 3. dale 8 48, 10 35, Blue Pits 56, Mid leton [Mid Lepton] v 7, lu ar 9 45, Manchester ar 9 25, 11 5. HUDDERSFIELD TO LOW MOUB. [MOB] Par. Par. ocr [or] 3 ch fu. fe Manchester ... 6 15 1510 12 lw 2 so 3 5 Sse [Se] -- 9 010 55 125 340 5 Huddersfld) [Huddersfield] 6 16 8 15 9 2011 45 1 26 3.49 3) 6 291 8 28 9 4012 5) 148i [i] 420, 527 7 Hecmndke [Hammond] 8 36) 9 48,12 14 1 55) 4 es 5 Live ew 40) 1217 [W] 2. ase [as] 5 8 . Cleckheatn [Cleckheaton] 44 9 56 12 2 e 3) 457 54 7 Low Moor ... 8 51 10 3 12 29 211) [W] 4 44 5 5 Bradfddy [Bradford] 8 ... 19 2206 33 1 0) 241) [W] 5 4 82 LOW MOOR TO HUDDERSFIELD. Par. FOLSOM SEL [SELL] STL [ST] FU Bradt [Brad] by 3 5 8 37.10 55.12 40, 3 0) 42 ' Low Moor.. 6 10 .... 9 5'11 25 1 10) 3 30) 4 50 5 Cleckheatn [Cleckheaton] 6 18 ... y 1111 33 1 1s 3.38) 4.55 9 Liversedge 6 21 2. ... 1 3i saa [sa] 29 Hekmdwk [Hemmed] 6 24 ... 9 1811 39 1 25) 3.45) 5 9 Mirfield 6 32 30 9 2711 491138 3H Huddersfld [Huddersfield 6 50 8 40 9 50 12 10 2 10) 4 30) 5 55 Manchester 9 0 ... 11 5 1 45 3 50 6 Bu) 7 1 sare) [are] F 40)... SIO [SO] 5 1 0 2 TO) a sep [se] G5 HUDDERSFIELD, NORMANTON, SHEFF [SHERIFF] Huddersfield 616, 9 20, 11 45, 340, vo 12 30, 4 30, 7 35.-Sheitield [35.-Sheffield] 9 5, 12 30, 2 40, 6 15, 9 42- HUDDERSFIELD, via DUNFORD BRIDE An Omnibus leaves the Boot and Shoe Inn, in Se 6 30 am., arriving at Holmfirth at 7 30 am. 2 Bridge 8 30 a.m., Meeting the Train from 'Manchest [Manchester] arrives at Dunford Bridge at S 40 am., Sheitivi [Sheeting] Gainsbro' [Gains bro] 11 8a.m., Great Grimsby 212 am, and Hull -- n Omnibus also leaves the same house it 1 lo po. at Hobnfirth [Holmfirth] 2 15 p.m., Dunford Bridge 3 15, arriving at Dunford Bridge 3 12 p.m., Sheffield 36 p.m., Great Gritiisby [Grimsby] 7 32 p.m., and Hull 7 HUDDERSFIELD TO PONTEFRACT AND Huddersfield 8 15, 9 20, 1 25,340, 6 35.-Wakefieid [35.-Wakefield] gi 2 45, 5 31, 7 40.-Pontefract 9 29, 12 15, 3.9, 54, 10 22, 12 58, 3 54, 6 31, 8 52, Guole [Goole] 10 30, 15, 3.55, 55 7 - STARTING IX THE WoRLD.- [World.- World] Many an wee labours hard and lives sparingly all his life for the [C] of leaving enough to give his children 2 world, as it is called. Setting a yeung [young] 5 money left him by his relations,.'is like tyim [time] under the arm of one who cannot swim; 2 ). [C] one he will lose his bladders and go the betto [bett] ,, him to swim, and he will never need the bladder your child a gound [ground] education, and you have for him. See to it that his are pure, cultivated, and his whole nature made which govern man, and have given what more value than the wealth of the Indien [Indian]