Huddersfield Chronicle (25/May/1850) - page 2

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-w - LEGAL NOTICES. - -- IN BANKRUPTCY, IRELAND. ZN the Matter of Ricsarp [Rasp] Hawkes BotstTer, [Bolster] of the town of Mallow, in Ireland, Shopkeeper, Dealer, and Chapman, a Bankrupt - The Commissioners of Bankrupts will sit at the Court of Bankruptcy, Four Courts, Dublin, on TuEspDayY, [Tuesday] the 4th day of June next, at the hour of 12 o'clock at Noon of said day, for the EXAMINATION OF THE BANKRUPT, and TO RECEIVE PROOF OF DEBTS, of which sitting all persons concerned are to take notice. JONATHAN GRESHAM, Agent to the Commission and Assignees, 27, Upper Temple-street, Dublin. OTICE [NOTICE] IS HEREBY GIVEN, that James Bowen, of Slaithwaite, in the Parish of Huddersfield, in the county of York, Engineer, hath by INDENTURE of ASSIGNMENT, bearing date the Seventh day of May, 1850, and made between the said James Bower of the first part, Thomas Blenkhorn of Aspley, in the said Parish, Common Brewer, Henry Charlesworth, of Huddersfield rforesaid, [aforesaid] Card Maker, and William Lloyd Marshall, of pring [ring] Mill, in the Parish of Almondbury, in the said county, Common Brewer, of the second part, and the several other persons whose names and seals are thereunto subscribed and set, ereditors [creditors] of the said James Bower, who shall come in and execute the said assignment on or before the First day of July then next of the third part, Assigned zll [ll] his personal estate and effects to the said Thomas Blenkhorn, Henry Charlesworth, and William Lloyd Mar- [Marshall] shall, in trust for the benefit of his creditors and that the sid Indenture of Assignment was duly executed by thesaid [the said] siames [Siamese] Bower and William Lloyd Marshall, on the said Seventh day of May, in .the presence of and attested by William Sykes, of Longwood, in the said Parish of Hud- [HUD- Huddersfield] Solicitor, and of William Dransfield, of Dryclough, in the Parish of Almondbury aforesaid, Solicitor, by the said Henry Charlesworth on the Tenth day of May instant, in the presence of and attested by the said William DPransfield, [Dransfield] and by the said Thomas Blenkhorn, on the Sixteenth day of May instant, in the presence of and at- [stated] ixsted [existed] by the said William Dransfield. And Notice is hereby further given, that the said Inden- [Indian- Remainder] mare of Assignment is now lying at the Offices of the said William Dransfield in King-street, in Huddersfield aforesaid, fur execution by the several Creditors of the said James Bower. By order, J. W. SYKES, WM. DRANSFIELD, Solicitors to the Trustees. Huddersfield, May 17ih, [i] 1850. UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE. EWLEY, [EARLY] FISHER, &Co.'s concentrated ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER, as tey [te] and used by the Queen and Prince Albert. This Essence is preparad [prepared] by a peculiar process, so that it con- [contains] tiins [tins] all the carminative [cumulative] and restorative properties of Ginger in the most effective state, without the addition of any more heating stimulant. Jamaica Ginger is universally known as one of the most iuable [able] medicines in relieving Gout, Nervousness, Cramps, Spasms, Flatulency, [Flatulence] and sense of oppression after meals. This form will be found the most convenient in adminis- [admin- administration] tration, [ration] Ten Drops being equal to Eight Grains of Powder Seld [Sold] in Bottles at 23. 6d. and 4s. each, by all respectable in the United Kingdom. Prepared only by FisHer, [Fisher] Co., Chemists to the Queen and Prince Albert, by special Appointment, Dame Street, Dublin. THE ROYAL SHAVING CREAM. Unsurpassed for promoting comfort in Shaving, as used by his Royal Highness Prince Albert, the King of the the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Field Marshal vs Duke of Wellington, the Duke of Devonshire, the Hon. the Lord Mayor of London, tke [the] Marquis cf Ai-crcorn, [Ai-corn] and a large number of the Nobility of the United aorm, arm] who are all desirous of patronizing this most ul article of Irish manufacture. Sold in Pots at Is. and 2s. each, by all respectable Ccmists [Cc mists] in the United Kingdom. Prepared only by BEw.ey, [Be.ey] FisHer, [Fisher] Co., Chemists to the Queen and Prince Albert, by special Appointment, Street, Dublin. Sole and only Agent for Huddersficld, [Huddersfield] W. P. ENGLAND, Chemist, 13, Market Placs. [Place] fey WEES SPECIFIC FOR THE GOtUT, [Gout] hb) RHEUMATIC, TIC DOLOREUX, [DOLORES] &c. The astound- [astound jig] jig suecess [success] of this specitic [specific] is rendering it the Wonder of ithe [the] Age. Asarcmedial [Assumed] agont [agent] for the Gout, Rheumatic, 'lic [li] Doloreux, [Dolores] Lumbago, Sciatica, Tooth Ache, Nervous Head Ache, and ail other nervous affections, it surpasses cvery [very] other remedy hitherto offered to the Public. The ccmand [command] for it is increasing daily, and its reputation must soon become universal, . The following Parties, (end hundreds more, if required will bear ample testimony to its efficiency -Mr. James Fean, [Dean] Lockwood, cured of the gout; Mr. William Shep- [She- Shepherd] herd, Northgate, Huddersfield, ditto; Mr. Abraham Peel, Trinity Street, Huddersfield, of rheumatism; Mrs. Sander- [Sanderson] 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 ache; Mr. E. Furness, Great Hucklow, Derbyshire, of lumbago fourteen years standing. This specific is prepared only by Jcseph [Joseph] Swiit, [Swift] 12, West- [Westgate] gate, Hudderstield, [Huddersfield] and sold in boxes at 1s. 14d. 2s. 9d. each, and may be had of the following Agents -Leeds Messrs. Reinhardt and Sons, chemists Mr. John Heaton, stationer; Mrs. Mann, stationer. Dezsbury [Dewsbury Mr. Hunter, chemist. Clekheatcn [Cleckheaton Mr. Woodcock, chemist. Poxte- [Porte- Extract] Jrect [Erect Mr. Priestley, chemist. Barnsley Mr. Wall, che- [chemist] nist. [inst] Shefield [Sheffield Mr. Sewell, chemist Mr. Machon, che- [chemist] anist. [inst] Chesierfeld [Chesterfield Mr. Wright, chemist. Bradford Mr. Biackburn, [Blackburn] chemist. Jfalijax [Halifax Mr. Wilkinson, chemist. Todmorcen [Todmorden Mr. Butterworth, chemist. Delsh [Delph Mr. J. M. Cliton, [Clifton] chemist. And most patent medicine venders. [vendors] TIC DOLOREUX [DOLORES] CURED. painful affection of the facial nerve is a spé [Sep] cies [ties] of Neuralgia, which comprises similar affections in other paris [parish] of the body. It is characterised by acute pain, 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 malady are recommended to try HICK'S CELEBRATED TIC PILLS, Which have invariably been found to produce aspeedy [speedy] and effectual cure, TESTIZIONIALS. [TESTIMONIALS] To Mr. John Ford, Chesterfidd. [Chesterfield] Sir,-I have recommended Mr. Hick's Pills for the Tick to all my friends with complete success. I cannot speak of them in too high terms of praise.-Yours, &e., Shrewsvury, [Shrewsbury] Nov. 8, 1846. W. H. Hunter. To Mr. Hick. Sir,-J have great pleasure in giving my testimony of the ex- [excellence] ecllence [excellence] of your Pills for the Tic Dolereux. [Dolores] I was frequently afflicted wich [which] this vnpleasant [pleasant] complaint, but have not suffered from it since taking a box of your pills. I cannot too strongly recommend ihem.-Yours, [them.-Yours] &c., Wakefield, June 12th, [the] 1847. Wa. HeEPworrta. [Hepworth] Briggate, Leeds, Jan. 27, 1S47. [S] - und [and] the public to give my testi- [test- testimony] tony in favour of your excellent Pills for the Tic Doloreux. [Dolores] I suilered [suffered] every winter for many years, but have not had the slightest attack for the last two winters, during which time I have occasional'y taken the pills.-Yours obediently, Mr. Hick, Wakefield. CuAs. [Cues] NELSON. Princess Street, New York, Dec. 14, 1846. Sir,-When I left Wakefield I brought with me six boxes of your Tic Pil's, [Oil's] one of my family having suffered very severely from that I find I have been too liberal in supplying my friends, who have ali derived the greatest relief from then. 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 most astonishing cures.-Yours respectfully, To Mr. Hick, Chemist, Wakefield, England Sir,-I think it due to you ny W. Watson. TO BE HAD OF THE FOLLOWING AGENTS'- WILMAN, Mr. SHILLITO. Holifoxr-Mr. [Halifax-Mr] A Ramsden. Lonvax. [Convex] Brodford-Mr. [Bradford-Mr] J. Hick. Heckmondiike-Mr. [Hammond-Mr] Booth. Dewsbury-Mr. Gloyne. Brighguse-Mr. [Brighouse-Mr] Cardwell. Zeeds-Reinhardt [Leeds-Reinhardt] and Sons, Briggate; Macgowan, [McGowan] Woodhouse ;. Topham, Waite Lane; Pickles, Kirkgate; where may also be had ' RLS [LS] advice of many, has been effectually removed by your excellent SAS . 3 4 ' THE HUDDERSFIELD CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1860, 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 50 times its cost in other more expen- [expense- expensive] sive [side] remedies) speedily and permanently removes dyspep- [dyspepsia- dyspepsia] sia, [si] (indigestion), constipation, acidity, cramps, spasms, fits, heartburn, diarrheea, [diarrhoea] nervousness, biliousness, affec- [affect- affections] tions [tins] of the liver and kidneys, flatulency [flatulence] distension, palpitation of the heart, nervous headache, deafness, noises in the head and ears, pains in almost every part of the body, chronic inflammation and ulceration of the ste- [stomach] mach, eruptions on the skin, scrofula, consumption, drepsy, [dropsy] rheumatism, gout, nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, after eating, or at sea, low spirits, spleen, general debility, paralysis, cough, asthma, inquietude, sleeplessness, invo- [into- involuntary] luntary [voluntary] blushing, tremors, dishke [dishes] to society, unfitness for study, delusions, loss of memory, vertigo, blood to the head, exhaustion, melancholy, groundless fear, indecision, wretchedness, thoughts of self-destruction, &c. The best food for infants and invalids generally, as it is the only food which never turns acid on the weakest stomach, but im- [in- imparts] parts a healthy relish for lunch and dinner, and restores the faculty of digestion and nervous and muscular energy' to the most enfeebled.-DU BARRY CO., 127, New Bond-street, London. for HUDDERSFIELD, Mr. W. P. ENGLAND, Chemist, Market-place. HaLirax,-Mr, [Halifax,-Mr] P. H. Wilkinson and Mr. J. H. Kershaw. Analysis by the celebrated. Professor of Chemistry and Analytical Chemist, Andrew Ure, [Re] MLD., [MILD] FRS., [FR] h&e., &e. - London, 24, Bloomsbury-square, June 1849. I hereby certify, that having examined 'Du Barry's Revalenta [Prevalent] Arabica,' [Arabic] I find it to be a pure vegetable Farina, perfeetly [perfectly] whole- [wholesome] some, easily digestible, likely to promote a healthy action of the stomach and bowels, and thereby to counteract dyspepsia, con- [constipation] stipation, [station] and their nervous consequences. ANDREW URE, [RE] M.D., F RS., &c., Analytical Chemist. Dr. Harvey presents his compliments to Messrs. Du Barry and Co., and has pleasure in recommending their Revalenta [Prevalent] Food,' it has been singularly useful in many obstinate cases of diarrhea, [diarrhoea] as also of the opposite condition of the bowels and their nervous consequences. London, Aug. Ist, [Its] 1849. A FEW CASES. From the Right Hon. the Lord Stuart de Decies. [decides] Dromana, [Roman] Capoquin, [Captain] county Waterford, Feb. 15, 1 49. Gentlemen,-I have derived much benefit from the use of the 'Revalenta [Prevalent] Food.' It is only due to the public and to yourselves J to state, that you are at liberty to make any use of this commu- [com] nication [nation] which you may think proper.-I remain, gentlemen, your obedient servant, STUART DE DECIEs. [decides] 4, Park-walk, Little Chelsea, London, Oct. 2, 1848. Twenty-seven years' dyspepsia, from which I had suffered great pain and inconvenience, and for which I had consulted the Revalenta [Prevalent] Arabica [Arabic] Food in six weeks' time, &c., &c. PaREER [Parker] D. Bincuam, [Bunkum] Captain Royal Navy. Louisa-terrace, Exmouth, Aug, 17, 1849. Dear Sir,-I wil thank you to send me, on receipt of this, two ten-pound canisters of your Revalenta [Prevalent] Arabica [Arabic] Food. I beg to assure-you that its benc&clal [Bench&call] effects have been duly appreciated by, dear sir, most respectfully, Krxc, [Crux] Major-General. Letter from the Venerable Archdeacon of Ross. Aghadown [Again] Giebe, [Glebe] Skibbereen, [Siberian] county Cork, Aug. 22, 1849. Dear Sir,-I cannot speak too favourably of the Revalenta [Prevalent] Arabica. [Arabic] ALEX. Stuart, Archdeacon of Ross. Aghadown [Again] Glebe, Skibbereen, [Siberian] county Cork, Aug. 27, 1849. Sins,-Having had an attack of bad fever about three years ago, I have ever since been suffering from its effects, producing excessive nervonsness, [nervousness] pains in 'my neek [seek] and left arm, and gene- [general] ral [al] weakness of constitution, which kas [as] prevented me in a great degree from following my usual avocations these sensations, added to restless nights, particularly after previous exercise, often rendered my life very miserable; but I am happy to say, that having been induced to try your farina about two months since, Iam [I am] now almost a stranger to these symptoms, which I confidently hope will be removed entirely, with the divine bless- [blessing] ing, by the continued use of this food. Ihave [Have] an objection that my name should appear in print, which, 'however. in this instance, is overcome for the sake of suffering humanity.-I am sirs, your obedient servant, ALeExs. [Alex] Stuart, Archdeacon of Ross. King's College, Cambridge, Oct. 15, 1849. I now consider myself a stranger to all complaints, except a hearty old age. I am as weil [well] as ever I was, and even quite free from the vexatiotis [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 cousequence [consequence] my left arm and leg were paralysed, also my left evelid [evils] and the eye was displaced. From 1789 these dilapidations have resisted all remedies, until now, at the age of 5, by two years' use of your delicious Breakfast Food, my left arm and leg have been rendered as useful to me a& the right, and the left eye- [eyelid] lid restored to Health, the eye so much so that it requires no spectacles, &e. I deem this extraordinary cure of much import- [importance] ance [once] to sufferers at large, and consider it my duty to place the above details at your disposal in any way you think will promote the welfare of others.-Faithfully, WILLIAM Hunt, Barrister-at-Law. Winslow, Bucks, Jan. 22, 1848. T have found it to be a simple though very efficacious and plea- [pleasant] sant [san] food, dving [doing] good to my own and others' functioual [functional] dis- [disorders] orders. Rev. CHARLES KERR, St. Saviour's, Leeds, Dec. 9, 1847, the last fite [fire] yeats [years] I have been in a most deplorable condition of health, having been subject during that period to most sovere [severe] pains in the back, chest, right and left sides, which produced vomiting almost daily...... Next to God, I 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. Minster, of Farnley Tyas, Yorkshire. Dewsbury, Yorkshire, 11th Sept., 1849. Gentlemen,-I am using your Food with snccess. [success] Before I commenced I could not take a meal of any description, but was sure to suffer great pain after it from I suppose, but thank God Iam [I am] much better. I have recommended your Food to a great many of my fellow sufferers.-ALEX. CaLDER, [Calder] Sergeant Royal Sappers and Miners, Ordnance Survey, Dewsbury. In canisters weighing llb. [ll] at 2s. 9d.; at 4s. 6d.; of Sib. at 1ls.; [ls] 12Ib. [ob] at 22s.; [S's] super-refined quality, 10lb., [lb] 33s.; [S's] and 5lb. [lb] 22s.; [S's] suitably packed for all climates. Canisters forwarded by DU BARRY and Co., on receipt of Post-office or Bankers' orders. The 12lb. [lb] and 10lb. [lb] canisters carriage-freée [carriage-free] to any town or teilway [railway] station connected by rail with London, or to any port in Scotland or Ireland connected with London by steam or sailing vessels, Agents in London 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- Farringdon] don-street [street] Edwards, Sutton, Newberry, Sanger, Evans, Hannay, and through all respectable tea-dealers, grocers, Italian warehouses, booksellers, druggists, chemists, and medicine vendors in town and country. of the highest respectability sent gratis. name of Messrs. Du Barrys [Barry] invaluable food, as also that of the firm, have been so closely imitated that invalids cannot too carefully look at the exact spelling of beth, and also Messrs. Du Barry's address, 127, New Bond-street, London, in order to avoid being impcsed [imposed] upon by Ervalenta, [Event] 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 to recommend them but the reckless audacity of their igno- [ing- ignorant] rant and unscrupulous compounders, [compound] and which, though admirably adapted for pigs, would play sad havoc with the delicate stomach of an invalid or infant. MasJor [Major] EDWARDES [EDWARDS] at KiNe's [Line's] COLLEGE HospitaL.-The [Hospital.-The] gallant major was the lion of the anniversary festival of the above hospital, on Wednesday week. Upwards of 500 dis-- [dis] tingui [ting] hed [he] persons sat déwn [down] to dinner under the gallant major's presidency, in the college of which institution he was a former student. He remarked on the speech of Sir R. Peel, in presiding over the institution in 1847, when the hon. baronet contended that the great increase of luxuries in the metropolis had not been attended by a proportionate increase in the number of benevolent institutions. It might Seem presumptuous in him (Major Edwardes) [Edwards] to differ from so great and. éminent [eminent] a man, but he did so upon sincere conviction. On returning to this country, after 10 years absence in a foreign land, he must say that he had felt the most patriotic joy at observing the great increase of bene- [been- benevolent] volent [violent] institutions in England, and particularly in the neighbourhood of London. It was impossible tu leave the metropolis by any railway without being struck by the great number of asylums, ouses, [uses] and provident insti- [inst- institutions] tuitions which were to be seen on every hand. There was now searcely [scarcely] any trade or any body of people which had not its provident institution, its asylum, or its refuge, Then he would ask them to look to the baths and wash- [washhouses] houses recently established, and to the lodging-houses erected for-artisans of both sexes, as proofs of the consider- [consideration] ation [action] which every grievance of the poor met with from Englishmen in the present day. Was not this a proof that public feeling was awakening at last to the great responsi- [response- responsibilities] bilities [abilities] of wealth to poverty, of the strong towards the weak Tho proceedings were of the most gratifying char- [character] acter, [after] and every sentence from the lips of the major seemed a signal for repeated plaudits. . ma ag The aim efan [fan] honest man's lifeisnotthe [lifelong] happimess [happiness] which serves but the virtue which is useful to others. ,. HICK'S CELEBRATED.COUGH LOZENGES ' re mLEliza [Eliza] Cook's Journals Honesty REWARDED BY A Lapy. One [Lay. One] day last week, a lady, residing in Arlingtor-street [Arlington-street] Piccadilly, London, while-p ei dewn [den] the latter thoro [Thorp] re, dro [Dr] a cel [ce] containing a of gloves anda [and] dropped of lace The lady, evidently unconscious of her loss, was proceeding on, when the parcel was picked up by a lad whose appearance denoted extreme poverty. The little fellow, not who was the loser, [C] e-pack- [package] age suspiciously, and then started ra gentleman who, disclaiming any knowledge of the propert [property] led the honest lad to run after a second person, and a third, and the rightful owner, who acknowledged the honesty of the boy by a present of a sovereign-an amount that evidently terrified him, for it was-some time before he could be in- [induced] duced [duce] to accept it. EaRL [Earl] GREY AND HIS TENANTRY.-Lord Grey has re- [recently] cently [cent] addressed to his tenantry in North Northumberland a letter, in which he 'states his views with regard to an abatement of rent in this or any other season of agricultural depression. To such a proceeding he entertains, he says, the strongest objection upon principle, as being an induce- [inducement] ment [men] to persons of little substance to prudent men possessed of capital and intelligence, and as being in the end injurious to both landlord and tenant. He admits, however, that there is something peculiar in the present state of affairs, owing to the change which has taken place in the laws relating to the importation of corn from abroad ; and though he is convinced (so called) was never beneficial to agriculture, he thinks it just to propose Ye-Arrangemeiit [Ye-Arrangement] of rents, looking to an average of years before and after 1816, as affording a proper test of the prices which his tenants were justified in expecting, and of those which they actually receive. He will assume, there- [therefore] fore, that, in taking each farm, the tenant reckoned upon receiving the prices of the preceding seven years, as shown by the value at the time, ofa [of] tithe rent charge of 1,000 under the Tithe Composition Act; and he will in like man- [manner] ner [ne] take the same rent charge, as showing the prites [priest] he has actually received, and in whatever proportion the latter Ytiay [Tia] be Tess than the former, he will make an abatement from the rent which it has been agreed on should be paid. He further gives the tenants the advantage of excluding the high prices of 1847 altogether from the calculation. THE ROEBERY [ROBBERY] AND ALLEGED MURDER aT CLAPHAM.- [CLAPHAM] Atthe [Arthur] Lambeth Police-office, on Monday week, Hen. Stark and William Knight, two notorious burglars, were placed at the bar, before Mr. Elliott, on a charge of being con- [concerned] cerned [cent] in various burglaries and robberies, and amon [among] them the robbery on Sunday, the 26th of last month, at the house of Mr. John Maddle, [Middle] of No. 14, Claremont-place, Wandworth, [Wordsworth] when Sarah Snelling, the housekeeper of that gentleman, was found dead in so mysterious a manner. The prisoner Stark has been in custody for some days, and the had been anxiously engaged in endeavouring to secure his companion, but he managed te evade their vigilance until Sunday evening, when Lockyer, the police- [political] gaoler of the court, saw him coming over Blackfriar's- [Blackfriars's] bridge, and go along the Blackfriar's-road. [Blackfriars's-road] The officer watched him into a house in Market-street, Borough-road, and in a short time saw him come out with a hat on instead of acap. [cap] He followed and secured the prisoner, and on searching his pérson [person] found upon him a jemmy, a dark- [blackthorn] lanthorn, [lantern] a screw-driver, a dessert-knife, and a box of silent matches. Edmund Day, a police-constable be- [belonging] longing to the P. division of police, deposed that on the night of Sunday, the 21st of last month, he saw both the prisoners at Peckham, in company with a man of the name of Dixon, and at two o'clock on the following morning the latter was found in the lower part of the house of Mr. Old- [Oldroyd] royd, [road] a gentleman residing in Commercial-road, Peckham, when he was secured and given over to the police. Since 4 then he had been tried at the Old Bailey and transported. Sergeant Quinnear [Guinea] deposed to the prisoners being notorious burglars, and the associates of Dixon, who had been tran- [transported] sported. The officers, it was said, were in possession of evidence of importance as respected the robbery of Mr. Maddle, [Middle] but did not think it prudent at present to disclose it, and the prisoners, at their (the officers') request, were remanded for a week. Mr. Maddle [Middle] was present at the ex- [examination] amination, [examination] but declared that the prisoners were strangers to him, and that he had not seen them before to his knowledge, EscaPE [Escape] FROM AN INFURIATED HorsE.- [Horse.- Horse] One of the most miraculous escapes we have ever heard of occurred a short time ago to a young man of the name of Robert Barnes, a horse-breaker, in the neighbourhood of Whitehaven. He was groom to ofa [of] very fierce and ungovernabie [ungovernable] temper, and having frequently occasion to exercise the whip, the horse seemed to have formed a design to revenge his castigations on the first opportunity. Travelling one day on the lonely road between Acrewells [Acre wells] and Croftend, [Croft end] the horse turned upon the groom, and, seizing him with his tecth, [teeth] threw him to the ground; seeing him prostrate, the ferocious animal bent down on his knees, and, bellowing and grinding his teeth, showed every dis- [disposition] position to tear him to pieces. Fortunately, however, the groom had a stick, and exerting all his strength, he struck the animal on the face just as he was about to seize him. The blow made him retreat; but he quickly returned with greater fury than before, when receiving another blow, he in retreated; again and again he returned, foaming, pallowing, [allowing] and grinding his teeth, and still bent on his knees for the purpose of tearing his enemy, but was as often repulsed. The groom now perceived he was about to assail and trample him with his feet, and gave himself up, as he says, foradead [fora dead] man Determined, however, to make a last effort, he suddenly sprang upon his feet, and seizing the stick in both hands, he aimed a blow with all his strength, at the jugular vein; fortunately he hit it-the horse fell, and he Jumped upon his back Scarcely had he done so, when the animal rose, and finding his enemy upon his back, expressed all the symptoms of ungratified revenge. He roared with rage, beat the ground with his hoofs, reared on his hind legs, kicked, plunged, and tried every means to dismount his rider. Finding that impracticable, the unruly beast galloped down a narrow lane, when his progress was stopped by a gate; he seized the rail in his teeth, and striking at the same with his feet, splintered it to shivers Nothing but the most complete horsemanshi [horseman] could have saved the rider while on the animal's back. tt was not until fatigued with galloping and waging vain war with his own strength, that the horse's fury abated, and the rider could dismount with safety Whitehaven Gazette. Father Mathew was presented with a sum of 750 dollars on the 15th ult., by several gentlemen of New Orleans, FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, - -- - . BANKRUPTS, Fripay, [Friday] May 17. Thomas Cowgill, Bradford, Yorkshire, grocer, June 4 and 25, at 11, at Leeds Court. Sols., Lees and Humbie, Bradford, and Bond and Barwick, Leeds off. assig., [assign] Hope, Leeds. Henry Scholefield, Clare, Suffolk, chemist. John Winn, Chatlotte-street, [Charlotte-street] Blackfriars-road, Surrey, gas- [caster] tter. [tater] Theodore de Rumigny, [Romany] merchant, St. Mildred's-court, London. John Moody, stock manufacturer, Aldersgate-street, London. aoe [are] Scarte, [Carte] timber merchant, Hall-street, City-road, Mid- [Middlesex] lesex. [Essex] James Woods, tailor, Conduit-sireet, [Conduit-street] Bond-street, Middlesex. William Walford, common brewer, Wolverhampton. George Bailey, ribbon manufacturer, Coventry. James Webster, late of Basford, Nottingham, now of Leicester, envineer. [engineer] John Hill, jyp., [jp] innkeeper, Malmsbury, [Salisbury] Wilts, James Mellor, fisboniashor [finisher] Manchester. John Hawley, confectioner, Liverpool. James Hury, [Jury] wine merchant, Liverpool. George Churnock, [Charnock] baker, West Derby, near Liverpool. CERTIFICATES to be granted, unless cause be shown to the contrary, on the day of meeting. June 8. C. Burgin, Sheffield, steel manufacturer-June 19. J. Fawcett, Kingston-upon-Hull, timber merchant-June 10. S. Firth, Leeds, linendraper-June [linen draper-June] 8. G. Hutton, Sheffield, grocer -June &. J. Johnson, Sheffield, razor manufacturer. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Sarah and J, Roberts, Bradford, Yorkshire, stuff pressers-J. Loukes and T. Russell, Sheffield, saw and scythe manufacturers -T. Scowcroft, [Croft] 8. Scowcroft, [Croft] W. Scow- [Croft] croft, W. Wood, and W. R. Jackson, Farnworth and Kersley, [Jersey] Lancashire, coal merchants, so far as regards W. R. Jackson -S. A, Sutcliffe and T. Curtis, Halifax, Yorkshire, whole- [wholesale] sale and retail grocers, 7 ---- . BANKRUPTs, [Bankrupt] TUEsDay, [Tuesday] May 21, Alfred Allen Jutierby, [Derby] Stoke Ferry, Norfolk, draper. John Taylor, High-street, Shadwell, and Jane Sahnons, [Saloons] Lime- [Limes] ouse, [use] cheesemongers. J ames [mes] Urry, [Curry] Landport, [Landlord] Hampshire, brewer. William Snails, Woolhope, Herefordshire, commission agent Thomas Bailey, Gloucester, saddler. Thomas Harfoot, [Hart] Plymouth, tailor. Bawa [Baa] Dugway [Dug way] t Ficeadilly, [Piccadilly] London, coach builder. oolnough, [although] otherwise Janes Leman W id- [digestion] Geston, [Weston] Suffolk, cattle dealer. ie Weolnongh, [Weaning] 'hid George Burnett Absolam, [Absalom] Portsmouth Cove, merchant, Barre PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. G. lough and 8. Parkin, Rotherham, steel rollers -A. Leigh and W. Johnson, Manchester, auctionesrs- [Auctioneers- auctioneer] W. Denham and T. Newton, Todmorden, and Yorkshire, builders Wiggleworth [Wigglesworth] and Co., Bradford, York- [Yorkshire] shire, hairdressers- [hairdressersTetynt] Tetynt, [Tent] Bradley, and Co., Otley, York- [Yorkshire] shire, scribbling J, Buxton, Rochdale, Lanca- [Lance- Lancashire] shire, cottsn, [cotton] spinners-Farrington atid. [aid] Rowley, cloth-dressers-Shaw, Brothers, Leeds, 'agricultural implement BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED William Geortte [George] Ceeley, [Celery] Cotton-street, Poplar, Middlesex om nibus [Nibs] proprietor, e tering [tearing] to science. It ts questionable whether more is known of disease, their causes and their cure, at this moment, than at the time ot Galen; it is certain that diseases are quite as numerous, and in the aggregate as fatal. Every age has produced some new system of artificial 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 themselvea [themselves] are the subjects of fashion. Is it not a positive proof that medicine is et tnxettled; [unsettled] in fact, that it has no established principles, that it is little more than conjectural At this moment, says Mr. Pinny, the opinions on the subject of treatment are almost as numerous as the practitioners therrselvea. [themselves. Witness the mass of contradiction on the treatment of even one disease, namely, consumption, Stroll attributes its frequency to the in- [int] t oduction [t education oduction] of bark. Morton considers bark an effectual cure. Ried [Red] ascribes the frequency of the disease to the use of mercury. Brillonet [Brilliant] asserts that it is curable by mercury only. Ruse says that consumption is an inflammatory hould [should] be treated by bleeding, purging, cooling medicines, and starvation. Salva- [Salve- Salvation] dori [Dore] says it is a disease of debility, and should be treated by tonics, stimulating remedies, anda [and] generous diet. Galen recum- [recur- recommended] mended vinegar as the best preventative of consumption. Des- [Assault] sault [salt] and others assert that consumption 7s often bronght [brought] on by taking vinegar to prevent obesity. Beddoes recommended fox- [foxglove] glove asa specific. Dr Parr found foxglove more injurious in his practice than beneficial. Such are the contradictory state- [statements] ments [rents] of medical men And yet there can be but oue [our] tre [te] theory of disetse. [disease] Of the fabibility [fallibility] and inefficiency of medicine, none have been miote'conscious [mite'conscious] than medical men, many of whom 'have been honest enough to avow their and now re- [recommend] commend MESSRS. DU BARRY'S REVALENTA [PREVALENT] ARABICA [ARABIC] FOOD, a farina which careful analysis has shown to be derived from the root of an African plant, somewhat similar to our honeysuckle. It appears to possess properties of a highly curative and delicatciy [delicate] nutritive kind and numerous testimonials, from purtics [parties] of nn- [questionable] questionabl' [question] respectability, have attested that it supersedes medicine of every description im [in] the effectual and permanent removal of indigestion (dyspepsia), constipation, and diarrhwa, [diarrhoea] nervousness, biliousness, liver complaints, flatulency, [flatulence] distension, palpitation of the heart, nervous head ache, deafness, noises in the head and ears, pains in almost every part of the body, chronic inflammation, and ulceration of the stomach, erysipelas, eruptions ou the skin, consumption, dropsy, rheumatism, gout, heartburn, nausea and sickness during pregnancy, after eating, or at sea, low spirits, spasms, cramps, spleen, general dibility, [debility] paralysis, asthma, cough, inquietude, sleeplessness, involuntary blushing, 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 self-destruction, and many other complaints. It is, moreover, admitted by those 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 imparts a healthy relish for lunch awd [ad] dinner, and restores the faculty of digestion and nervous and muscular energy to the most enfeebled. 1t has the hiyhest [highest] 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, Londen, [London] who was cured of twenty-seven years' dyspepsia in six weeks' time; Captain Andrews, R.N.; Captain Edwards, R.N,; William Hunt, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, King's College, Cambridge, who, after suffering sixty years from partial paralysis, 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 Woodhouse, Bromley-recurding [Bromley-recording] the cure ofa [of] lady from constipation and sickness during pregnancy; the Rev. Thomas Minster, of St. Saviour's, Leeds-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 Shorland, [Holland] Esq., No. 3, Sydney-terrace, Reading, Berks, late surgeon in the Ysth [South] Regi- [Reg- Regiment] ment-a [men-a] cure of dropsy James Porter, Esq., Athol-street, Perth -a cure of 13 years' cough, with general debility; J. Smyth, Esq., Lower Abbey-street, Dublin Cornelius O'Sullivan, M D,, F.R.C.8., Dublin-a perfect cure of thirty years' indescribable agony ffom [from] aneurism, [mannerism] which had resisted all other remevies; [remedies] und [and] twenty thousand ether well-known individuals, who have sent the discoverers and inporters, [Importers] Du Barry and Co,, 127, New Bond-street, London, testimonials of the extrordi [extort] manner in which their health has been restored by this useful and economical diet, after all other remedies had 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- [and 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 leok [look] at the exact spelling of both, and also Messrs. Du Barry's address, 127, New Bend-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, Kc. Par. 2UL [IL 2 CL) 2 Cl. 2 CL, Ex.) 2 CL Par. London.......dep. [ .. .. 613 .. [W] jio [io] ol .. 6 43 Birmingham...... wes [West] 61510 O .. 2.13 Chester ............ we a. 7 4559-451. [W-W] 2 40 5 30 cee [see] 85231 OF 2. 3 20 7 20 Macclesfield ...... ve T 30 91) we we fe ae Stockport 8 15; 1 45 ... 4 307 ... 40 Liverpool .. .. 9 01040) [W] 2 of 3 615 Manchester...dp. 6 30 8 45,10 30 1 45 3 15 4 45 ... s 30 Ashton .. 1 6 55 9 5 10 45 2 lu 3 30 2. 8 55 7 215 [W] 3.35) 5 oO 1 9 7 sig [si] 2237340) [W] 12 9 8 7 2311345) [W] 2. 9 16 7 3 2.37 3 50) 5 12)... 9 22 7 2 52).4 5 5 27 6 30 9 37 7 4 258 [W 417 [W] ... 6 36 9 43 7 3 5) 423) [W] ... 6 44 9 51 7 310) [W] 0. 6 51 9 58 3 15 4 33 5 45) 6 58 10 5 8 320) [W] .. .. 17 41011 8 3 26) 4 43)... 7 1010 17 8 3 31 4.47 5 55 7 1s lo 22 8 3 40) 4 56) 6 5) 7 25 10 32 8 345) [W] 5 Of ... 7 30 10 41 350 [W] w. 7 3410 45 3 56 7 39 10 51 402) [W] ow.) ow. 7 45 10 57 410) [W] 5 20 6 25 7 5 -- 441 7 26 asi [as] seis [sets] 5 4 743 ws see 2 54 7 43 wee aes [as] 2 821 5 32 8 10 wee Thitsk [Thirsk] ..,......... 12 30 3 016 8 30 ve Newcastle......... 3 O19 [O] O 11 aes [as] Sundays. A Train leaves Mancheater [Manchester] at 10, 2 0, 30, Ashton 35, 2 95 8 55, Stalybridge 40, 230, 9 0, Mossley, 848, 2 389 Greenfield 8 56, 2 46, 9 16, Saddleworth 9 2,'2 52,9 99 Marsden 9 17, 3 7,9 37, Slaithwaite 9 24, 3 14, 9 43, Golear [Golcar] 9 32, 3 22, 951, Longwood 9 39, 3 29, 9 58, Huddersfield 9 45 8 35, 10 5, Bradley 951, 3 41, 10 11, Heaton Lodge 9 57, 347, 10 17, Mirfield 10 2, 3 52, 10 22, Dewsbury,10 12, 4 2.1032, Batley 10 21, 4 11, 10 41, Morley 10 25, 4 15, 10 45, Churwell [Howell] 10 31, 421, 10 51, Wortley 10 37, 4 27, 10 57, Leeds 10 45, 4 35, 11 5. LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD, MANCHESTER, Par. Par. Ex. 2 Cl Ex. 2 Ch Pan 19 cL Newbastle... [Newcastle] dep. [de. ... .. 5 we oa. Thirsk oe ove [over] oe SAT 1335) [W] Lt Le 3 Ripon ve ae we 8 SG 2 10 6 42 Harrogate ......... ase [as] we 9 26) 2 3d w 7 5 Knaresbro'...... [Nursery] swe [we] 9 26 23 welt Pool fer Otley .. os 9 51) 2 45 we 7 23 Leeds......... dep. [de. ... 6 45 9 30 10 45 3 15) 3 30 5 30 15 Wortley ow OSE [OS] 10 51). 3 88) 5 3st [st] g 23 Churwell [Howell] ...... wef [few] ane [an] 6 56 10 57 ... 3 45 5 44) 29 Morley oe 7 21. PL 5 ... 3 51 5 50 3 38 Batley ...... seocsvest [sexist] cos TIO ... [TO] 11 13 4 0 5 59) S 44 Dewsbury ......... 7 14) 9 60 11 18 B35 [B 4 5) 6 3 8 48 Mirfield ............ 7 23 10 ONL [ON] 28 3 45 15 6 13 5s Heaton Lodge 7 ee 11 33) 2. 4 20) GIs [His 9 8 Bradley ........00. 7 ae. J11 [J] 39 ... 4 26) 6 22 9 9 Huddersfield 7 42 10 12 11 47) 3 57) 4 34) 6 30 9 17 Longwood tie eve JIL [AIL] 53 ... 4 40) 6 35 9 23 Golear [Golcar] ......... ws. Ul 58 ... 4 45) 6 4u 9 2s Slaithwaite ww. 12 5 ... 4 521 6 47) 9 36 Marsden ............ 10 30 12 10 4 15 5 0 6 52) 9 42 Saddleworth ..... 6 85 S 14)10 44 12 25 4 So 7 79 57 Greenfield ......... 6 38 8 20 ... 12 34 4. 1S 7 ho 4 Mcasley [Mosley] 6 46 8 28 ... 12 42)... BS 7 21 10 12 Stalybridge ...... 6 53) 8 35 11 O 12 50 4 7 20 Stockport a ar. 7 40 30 11 30 1 20) 5 20) 2 8 15 ... J re oe 40)... 12 55). IS 7 Ba). Dreylsden [Dresden] ......... 0. 8 45 10 ae ce sve [se] Clayton Bridge.. ... 8 50h [H] .. 11 5 ... Below PATK oo 9 55 ... 1 10 SS oud. Miles Platting wf ..19 0 .. 11s [1st] 23 se favs [fas] Manchester... ar. 715 [W] 9 5 11 20 1 20 5 5 3 5 7 50 10 46 3s -- Liverpool ...... ar. 9 8 10 25 12 26 3 10 6 15 3 9 30 ... Crewe 9 15 10 52 2 40) 615 [W] ... 110 34 Macclesfield ...... 940) [W] ou. owe BIB ww. 9 25 Chester 10 20 11 30 2 45) 4 15)... oe ae Birtningham [Birmingham] ...... 1 45) 3 30) 5 10) 7 S58 ... [S] 1 12 London ............ 7 0 4 Of T 30 10 O 1 1Oo [too 4 5u Sundays. A Train leaves Leeds at 6 0, 1 0, 6 45, Wortley 6 8, 1 3, 651, Churwell [Howell] 6 14, 314, 657, Morley 6 20, 1 20 7 5 Batley 6 29, 129, 714, Dewsbury 6 33, 138,718. Mirfield 6 43, 1 43, 7 28, Heaton Lodge 6 48,148, 7 33, Bradley 6 54, 154, 739, Hud- [HUD- Huddersfield] dersheld [dashed 7 2, 22, 7 45,- Longw [Long] 7 8, 28,751, Golear [Golcar] 7 13, 2 13, 7 56, Slaithwaite 7 21, 2 21, 8 4, Marsden 7 26, 2 27, 8 10, Saddleworth 7 42, 249, 8 25, Greenfield 7 49, 2 49, 8 31, Moss- [Mossley] ley [le] 7 57, 257, 8 89, Stalybridge 8 5, 33, 8 .43 Stockport ar 9 25, 3 35, 9 45 Ashton 1), 3 10, 8 50, Droylsden [Dresden] 8 15, 3 15,- & 35, Clayton Bridge 8 20, 3 20, 9 0, Park 8 25, 3 25, 9 5, Miles Platting 8 30, 30, 9 10, Manchester ar 8 35, 335, 915, and THERAPEUTICS.-The history of tedisine [medicine] is by no means flat- [later] er BANCASHIRE [LANCASHIRE] AND YORKSHIRE 4 MANCHESTER, LEEDS, HUDDERSFter,p [Huddersfield,p] Sunderys. [Sundry] A Train leaves Manchester in the mornin [morning] 7 30, Middleton 19, 10 32, 5 1, T 15 5 0, 7 30, Blue Pits 8 32, lu 42, 3 25,50 5 33, 87, Littleborouch [Littleborough] 47, 5 40, 8 15, Walx [Walk] Todmorden, 9 6, 11 12, 5 58, 8 34. Birtley dp 8 30, lu 30, 7 45, Hebden Bridge 15. royd [road] 9 20, 6 14, 8 4 Ludden [Sudden] Fuot [Foot] 25. 6 is, - Bridge 9 32, 11 29, 6 27, 9 0, North Des Hin [In] 11 36, 6 35, 9 7, Elland 9 45, ll 6 oo, 1s 11 47, 6 48, 9 20, Cooper Bridge iv, 11 35. 5 . field ar 10 17, 12 14, 7 22, 9 49, fap [ap] 9 52. Li Mirfield ar 10 3, 12 0, 6 59, 9 35, Dewsbury 10 17, 949, Morley 10 27, 9 59, Churwell [Howell] 1) 10 37, 10 9, Leeds W. Rd. lu 43, lv 15, The 32 6, 7 6 9 41, Herbury [Herbert] 10 24, 7 13, 9 52) 7 25, 10 5, Normanton 10 41, 12 49, 7.35, ln 5. Loe lane, 1 0, 8 0, York 7 30, Hull 8 5v, 1 Par.) Par, Ex. MI. Ex. 2 07) feo [fe] Liverpool te of op Manchester [C] 6 16) 8 15110 15)12 lof [of] dca [da] Middleton 5 8 36) 8 25 10 32)... 1 Oldham dp -2 6 45 8 1610 15 gay Blue 6 48) 32 10 402 2s 2 - Rochdale .. 3 6 56 8 37 10 so 2s. Littleboro'. [Little'. 2 7 6 .. lu dt e 5 7 19)... 2 Todmorden 3 7 24 8 ot 2 Burnley 8 20 9 30 Do dp e 7 8 20 Heb. Bridge; 2 7 36) 9 Mythomrd.' [Method.' 7 40)... Luddenden Tae [Tea] on. SowerbyBg; [Sowerby] 6 0, 7 53, 9 North Dean) 6 7 8 0) 9 Halifax dp 555 743 [W 9 Ellaid [Laid] 61168 3 Brighouse ly 38 13, 9 Cooper Bry' [By] 6 25) 8 2 eee [see] Huddersid. [Shudder] 6 4 45) oe departure 6 16, 8 15) 9' 6 32. S 23, 9 Dewsbury S40 [S] 9 45 Batley .....) 8 4Bl [bl] Morley ...... 6 51 Churwell...j [Howell...j] ... 8 36 9 2 6. 9 LOO 5 Thornlill.. [Thornhill.. 6 #0 [Sho [So] 45 Horbury ... 6 50 8 Su 9 50 Wakefield.. 7 5 9 0 9 33 Normantn. [Normanton. 7 12) 9 lojlu [local] Leeds Hun 7 40) ... York.........) 8 5011 20 -. fll [ll] 50 Searbro' [Scarbro] ... 11 15 20 Hull ......... 9 15 Bridlingtn. [Bridlington. ... 2 15 Newcastle.. 1 0; 3 Edinburgh 7 0 9 15 LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD, Par.) Par.) Ex. Sul.; [Su] Bx. 2 mn o5 2 se sb Ane [An] Edinburgh Newcastle Bridiingtn. [Braiding] Hull ......... avs [as] wes [West] Harrogate ... ive we PD) oe 20) 9 Hy. 1K wi ec on ; ' Leeds Hun Normanton Wakefield.. Horbury ... Thornhill .. Leeds ...dp Wortley .... Churwell... [Howell] ' Morley...... aes [as] Batley wee Mirfield... 5 58 Huridersfd. [Huddersfield] 6 departure Cooper Bdg; [Big] 6 Brighouse 6 Elland ...... 6 2 Nerth [North] Dean 6 3 dp ... Sowerby Bd Luddenden Mythobnrd [moribund ... Heb.Bridye [Heb.Bridge ... Todmerden [Todmorden .. Burnley ar do. dp Walsden [Wilson] ... Littlebvuro' [Delivery] Rochdale... Blue Pits... Middleton . Oldham ar Manchester Liverpool .. epowe [power] dow. [down] lio [oil] 55)... 20)... 9 OL 15) 1 30 ... 9 ML 2 1 40) 2. 917 11 SO ow. fo JD Ss bt Crore [Core] cr MH a) ty HD be [C] a o be ao oc to a ee melo [mel] ty nd 21 Ved [Bed] pat ed Witty, om -) tein, [ten] ' ge x iy ba , o fet [get] nd 2012 40 45 Wem lote [lot] pad SU th ' ' iy be 20'20 32 30j)10 [J)10] 41 49 5,11 30 15 25.12 20) SK o SE Pt tet tet et bet 1S rhe [the] OY GO OE 3h oe Sundays. A Train leaves Normanton in the mornin [morning Wakefield 6 10, Horbury 6 20, Thomic [Thomas] i) Tiuddersiield [Huddersfield] 6 52, Cooper Bridge 6 41, 7 0, and North Dean 7 7. A Train leaves Leeds in the mormming [morning] at 715, Wo Well 7 25, Morley, 7 31, Batley 741. 7 57, Huddersfield 11 dep. [de] from 7 i4), honse [house] 11, Elland 8 20, Nr. Dean 25, Hols Sowerby Bg. 8 33, Luddenden F. 39, Myth 7 Bridge 8 49, Todmorden 9 9, Bromley tlebre' [treble] 9 29, Rechdale [Rochdale] 9 38, Blue Pits y ii. Mi Oldhan [Oldham] n 10 15, and Manchester 10 15. A Train leaves Leeds at 10 40, Normanton 119. Thornhill 11 30, Mirfield 11 35,. Huddersfc [Huddersfield] 11 23, 1153, Cooper B. 11 40, Brighouse 1 Dean Halifex, [Halifax] dep. 11 [de.11] 53, Sowerby Be. 12 25, Todmorden 12 40, Burnley Rochdale 1 0, Blue Pits 1 5, Middleton 1 30, Manchester arrival 1 30, Liverpewl [Liverpool] A Train leaves Normanton at 6 30, 75. Wik [Wil] Horbary [Horbury] 6 51. Leeds Dehry [Derry] 7 2, 9 5, ley [le] 6 30, Churwell [Howell] 6 35, Morley 6 41, 6 55, Mirfteld [Mirfield] dp. 78, 9 10, Hudderstich [Huddersfield or. 6 45, 856, Cooper Bridge 7 14, 9 15, Bo. d 7 31, 930, North Dean 7 35, 9 35, Sowerby Bridve [Bridge] 7 43, 942, Ludden [Sudden] Fout [Four] 7 40. 2 Hebden Bridge 7 59, 9 56, Todmorden 95 Walsden. [Wilson] 27, [C] dale 48, 10 35, Blue Pits 56, Middlecun [Middle] v 7 ar 9 45, Manchester ar 9 25, 11 3. b I pane lk - HUDDERSFIELD TO LOW )i-' Par. Par. 2CL [CL] 2 CL 2 CE 3 Manchester 6 15) 8 15.10 15 12 tw 1 Leeds ...... wee ee D9 OD 55) 125, 2 Huddersfid [Huddersfield 6 16 15) 9 2011 45) 1 25, 34 Mirfield...) 6 20) 8 28 9 40 12 5) 1 ts) Heemndke [Hammond] 8 36) 9 48)12 14) 1 55) 4 Liversedge S40)... [S] oe Cleckheatn [Cleckheaton] 8 44 9 22) 23) aor [or] Low Moor S S1fl0 [Self] 3 12 2p) 2 It 4 Bradtd [Brad] by B 9 33 1 OF 2.41) 51 LOW MOOR TO wm ee Par. 2CL)2 [CL)2] C1, 2CL; [CL] 2c. Bradfd [Bradford] by B) 5 45)... S 8710 551249 3 Low Moor.. 6 10)... 9 S11 [S] 25 1 tel 5 Cleckheatn [Cleckheaton] 6 IS ... 9 1211.33 [W.33 1 Is, Liversedye [Liversedge] 6 21 ... a. (1 37) 2. 3 Hekmdwk [Hemmed] 6 24 ... 9 30 125) [W] 3 Mirfield ... 6 821 8 30) 9 27 11 49 TA) ot Huddersfld) [Huddersfield] 6 50 8 40 9 5012 10; 2 ty 4 - 9 0 .. 11 5 1 45 3 jo Leeds ....., 7 40 10 5,1 O) 2 4 HUDDERSFIELD, NORMANTON, SHE-- [SHE] Huddersfield 6 16, 9 20, 11 45, 340, 645.-Ner [W.-Ne] 12 30, 4 30, 7 35.-Sheffield 9 5, 12 3u, 2.40, 6 b ' HUDDERSFIELD, via DUNFORD 5 6 30 am., arriving at Holuafirth [Holmfirth] at T 30 4 Bridge 8 30 a.m., meeting the Train fre [re] arrives at Dunford Bridge at 8 40 a.m. Gainsbro' [Gains bro] 11 8a.m., Great Grimsby 2 12 4m -An Omnibus also leaves the same horse at Holmfirth 215 p.m., Dunford Bridge - arriving at Dunford Bridge 3 12 p.m... 5 36 p.m., Great Grimsby 7 22 p.m., and Hult. [Ult] [C] HUDDERSFIELD TO PONTEFRACT Huddersfield 8 15, 9 20, 1 25, 3 40, 6 35. -Wak [Wake] 245, 5 31, i 40.-Pontefract A 2, 3 15. 3 am BO 22, 12 58, 3 54, 6 31, 52, Goole lu 30, 15, 5 a 0ole [sole] . CHARGE OF FORGERY aGarysT [against] 1 Poot [Poor] aa AT BunGay.-At [Bung.-At] the recent petty sessions John Buxton, of St. James's, assistant charged, on the information of W. C. tor of the West Norfolk audit distriet, [district] wit two warrants, issued by the High Constadle [Constable] ' division, for the county rate; and also wit ' a receipt for the sum of 7 19s. receipt from Robert Nunn, the overseer YF ear, of the balance due to the parish fem ohn [on] Buxton. Evidence, direct and tonne been given of the alleged charzes, [Charles] the mitted [fitted] to the assizes for trial, but has Liverpool ar at 10 20, 6 oR bail, Vo folk Ve eee [see] jeg [jee]