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The ma 72 AND WEST YORKSHIRE ADVERTISER. Xo. 17. - SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1850. ee ae pete [Peter] so Se ae VA Of HSE HE] Huddersfield Chronicle - Price 44d. -- . AA sitar of the Huddersfield Chronicle the LEO uw To af self of the advantage afforded by ike [like] a few remarks relative to the into which it seems my lot to be placed. 7 that the character which I have sus- [suse] ne for the last, six and thirty is A.J me from any imputation of injustice ; jd havea [have] who are going about circulating 2 are Veal mrself [myself] called upon to contradict frets will speak for themselves, and are eit [it] with Mr. Thomas Hayley, of this town, zion [ion] [C] ith [it] rage with my sister, who is since yy is ned in her own right, to a certain sum ch sum she was wishful that a 1,090 to the issue of her inarriage, [carriage] if any there Mr. Hayley assented but as the aus as] not drawn out previous to the raft only was sine by inyself [itself] aud [and] Mr. the C447 [C] of his executing the proper docu- [dock- prepared] The marriage took place, and a turn, the deed was presented to him; ve Enon [Non] ty hinself, [himself] he REFUSED to 5; money three trustees were named, and ne tae [tea] others have not acted. Ofcourse, [Of course] rapes, considered myself responsible pho [ho] ately [lately] demanded, which was paid in the year che eat up the iInoney, [Union] under the false impres [impress] Huts cut simed [aimed] was invalid, I was liable to pay ted ounwest [newest] child came of age. Four years 1a composition with my creditors, Mr. ward. entirely of his own free will and un- [nee] ee yatt, [Wyatt] tu ussist [assist] me, and I gave him ample re ouLt. [out] From time to time he advanced ;guounting [counting] to about 1,000. For some settlement alluded to before, was supposed d not fest, te be worth nothing. A few an and yuite [quite] by accident, this draft was found, i aon [on] said only wanted stamping to make ict [it] placed Mr. Hayley and myself position. Had it not been that the trust-inuney [trust-inner] when I ought to have re- [Rev] ve fur the children, no demand could have It was done at the time because Mie [Me] gas legally bound to do it. Mr. Hayley, She jail security on household property which of 210 year, and also above a hundred ine [in] ground, has thought fit to give it up and jes [jess] in the Court of Bankruptcy. ; ve t hope that your readers will give me credit wi ininy [Union] power to satisfy him. Why Mr. good a security for money, not yet pay- [pay] ataloss [Atlas] to tell. TI think no one etuated [situated] by 'personal malice, would have 1, Of course I am bound to submit to the ies, [is] harsh and unkind though they be. Mr. -gnst [inst] have known that it was impossible for me to poner [pone] down With so short a notice, as I had not to efiect [effect] a fresh mortgage on the property secure to him. For the last four years done better than I expected; and, in ad- [composition] T have paid a considerable amount jating [eating] my old debts. Relying on the support ness friends I shall continue my endeavours, and iisfy [satisfy] all my obligations. Apologizing for the of this letter, seu [se] am, your obt. [out] Servant, JOHN HANNAH. was entid [Anted] out OF whicl [which] ie i . qa this or 'omen sottichl [stitch] this te the 3 4 7 wen sa hit ) 2 25th July, 1850. 1 the of the Huddersfield Chronicle. pres pSwho [Soho] read Mr. Lonsdale's letter in your ast [at] Saturday, wish me to state in your paper what the interest would be, to this day, at five e 1.21, which is as under - wn money received by my brother... 1,200 [brother... 1,W] Interest at 3 per cent., to this day, is about... 690 1,890 by me at various times, no more than 560 me for subscriptions only 1,330 twenty-five months in this prison, by bribing yt wet me here, and without money to de- [prevent] prevent me bringing this wrong before the pis. Thave [Have] sent to the Wercury [Mercury] office, at Leeds, to lay nicest befure [before] the public, but Mr. Baines has always re- [red] my letters and the two last weeks he has vol viyrtt [virtue] in his paper the copy of Mr. Lonsdale's letter, ts sue as appeared In your last Saturday's paper, and werd [ward] 4 Ne wR, fed me, to ay In the uld [old] never have been in prison had my brother met face, as lig [li] promised he would do, in 1847, for whave [have] had laid before them, in the papers, what done with the 1,200. And even now, if he will Sul [Su] ty the public what he has done with the money I i uot [not] he heard once more upon the subject. WM. HIRST. ink Castle, July 24, 1850. JOHN WINTER, ND AGENT, ESTATE AUCTI [ACT] ONEER, [ONE] AND GENERAL VALUER, ALE Spring-street, Huddersfield. LESIDENCE, [RESIDENCE] South-street. FE ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND. Founded 1839, 64, OLD Broap [Broad] STREET, feature of this Institution is, that the plus arising in the course of the business (from ble [be] investment of the Funds, &c.) is enjoyed by ders [des] during life. i Aprd [Apr] in every year, the precise state of the Tuned by a detailed valuation of the assets The divisible surplus is then apportioned is elders of Five Years' standing, and the share 4 to him in cash, when he pays his next vag [bag] the years 1848, 1849 and 1850, the payments pattie [Patti] an uounted United] to 35 per cent. of the premiums, -enal [anal] teens policy-holder therefore receives back a aa ee 1, ofhis [of his] annual premium or in other at a premium for the current year 13s. per [C] required, Pe oth [oh] April, 1850, there have been 1 for 249,003, the premiums on amount to 8.745, 10s. 5d. 2 P THOS. FRASER, Res Sec. AGENTS. - SEYRME, [MERSEY] Chronicle office. Marshall Wakefield and Barnsley yy, J.J fr, Thomas ts Bani, Mn 3. T. Gant, Solicitor, 83, Market-street. Dos Pen wnt. [went] H. Menzies, 11, High-street Mr. dine vet mr, Land agent, 15, Crown-street. cant. sis 3 vate [ate] Mr. Jesse Dalby, Solicitor, Union Square, THE yorre [Yore] l YORKSHIRE FIRE AND LIFE IN- [inhaled] SURANCE [ASSURANCE] COMPANY. ie 1824, and Empowered by Act of 500,0001. TrustEers. [Trustees] i Wextock, [Exotic] Escrick Park, Pp Esq., Sheriff-Hutton Park, PERT Swann, Esq., York. ayy [a] 'lessrs, [Messrs] SWANN, CLouGH, [Cough] Co., York. Tipe [Tie] DECRETARY-Mr, [SECRETARY-Mr] W. L. Newman, York. ENCREASING [INCREASING] support. which this Com- [Com] 2 Slant, ie a during the TWENTY-FIVE years of its oy jn 3 A best proof of the confidence which the sat ae the mene [men] and LIBERALITY, ifthe [if the] pn 1 public is this Compan [Company] en sue 18 particularly called to the the a. LIFE INSURAN [INSURANCE] i the dices, 2 NSURANCES [INSURANCES] nok [no] Live, Which is made between MALE and 7 folly GL. Wing ox 'th from the Tables (complete copies vay [say] Sars, [Sar] tn Hates of the intermediate Ages and for af any of, he had on application at the Office in the Agents) will show the Annual Pre- [Press] SS toy for can tn 'F securing 1007. payable on the decease Trap ' FRoy [Fry] THE ue TABLE OF PREMIUMS FOR INSURING HUNDRED POUNDS. sap, at ate A FEMALE, A MALE. A FEMALE Life Age next ---- - emits Birthday. Whole Life Premiums y lg 6 # Igy [Ivy] 1b 4 4 1311 6 3 3 2 x tne) [te] 7 34 50 419 [W] 313 3 uy 10 53 411 6 4 2 6 2 Ivo 5 4 0 414 5 8 60 6 6 0 512 6 Feo [Fe] qi 2 68 74 01696 286) [W] 5 9 66 8 4 0 710 8 4 2 o 2 gt 70 10 04 9 7 6 4 sn 210 6 1116 2 11 2 6 5 3 76 13 1 9 2 t Sue ac 72 60 15 12 10 Vay [Say] 1,609) [1,W] whose age does not exceed Ey tet of 997 [W on his decease, Tie same g,,, 2d a Lady of the same age um, for an annual payment of by mies, [miles] NO ete [tee] INSURANCES Company, on the most moderate 'S80nep [Sep] wren G STOCK by, TRE [RE] AVERAGE CLAUSE. bey PD Ay Place OBINSON, [ROBINSON] Solicitor, Market PORTRAIT OF THE LATE SIR ROBERT PEEL, M LOMBARDINI has the honour to an- i nounce [ounce] the Immediate Publicatioa [Public] by Messrs HERRING and REMINGTON, of an elaborately finished FULL LENGTH PORTRAIT OF THE LATE RIGHT HON. SIR ROBERT PEEL, BART. from the celebrated Picture painted (1847 [W] 7 7) by H. W. Pickersgill, Esq., R.A., to be engraved pS thenig [thing] est mk of Mezzotinto, [Stint] by GEORGE RAPHAEL Warp, Esq. Publish Size-31 inches by 20 inches. ublished [published] under the immediate pat friends cf the late lamented oF the personal TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . Guineas. Artist's Proofs ...... 8 Proofs.............. Proofs before Letters 6 Prints....0000........ [Prints....W] 2 . Mr. L. would have waited personally upon his numerous friends, but is prevented by indisposition; and informs them, that, from his great experience and long-standing in this business, they may rest assured that any Proofs, Ke. of the above splendid Engraving, supplied by him, will be good, and Twenty per Cent. below the published prices. A Subscription Book is now lying at his Establishment MARKET-PLACE, HUDDERSFIELD, for the reception of Sub- [Subscribers] scribers' [scribblers] Names. J. BAIRSTOW, PRINTER, BOOKSELLER, BOOKBINDER, AND NEWS-AGENT, 34, CROSS CHURCH-STREET, ETURNS [RETURNS] thanks to the Inhabitants of Hud- [HUD- HUD] J dersfield [Huddersfield] and Neighbourhood, for the extensive and liberal support he has been favoured with during the last ae Years and, in their continued patronage, wo respect call aitentio [attention] is moc [mo] 1 ly ntion [nation] to his STOCK of The STOCK of STATIONERY consists of Ledgers, Day Books, &c., ruled and bound on the premises, and for quality of paper, durability of binding, and cheapness, cannot be surpassed. Acount [Account] Books ruled and bound on the shortest notice. J. B. would particularly direct the attention of the Public to his CIRCULATING LIBRARY, Containing upwards of 3,000 Volumes, by the best authors, including the works of Dickens, Bulwer, [Buller] Currer [Cure] Bell, Thackeray, Ainsworth, Cooper, Sir Walter Scott, Jane Porter, &c., &e., in addition to which are the Monthly and Quarterly Periodicals, Westminster Review, Edinburgh Review, Bentley's New Monthly, Fraser's Magazine, Blackwood's Magazine, Art Journal, Atheneum, [Athens] &c. ke. The LONDON and PROVINCIAL NEWSPAPERS Supplied on the several days of publication. SCHOOLS AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTES Furnished with Books, Paper, &c., and every other requi [require] site on the most reasonable terms. Books anpD [and] Mtsic [Music] ParceLs [Parcel] rrom [from] LoNpDON [London] TWICE a WEEK. NEW IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, 32, KING-STREET. J WOMERSLEY begs to inform the Public yF, that he keeps constantly on hand a very Choice Selection of GENERAL and FURNISHING IRONMON- [IRON- IRONMONGERY] GERY [GREY] GOODS, of a first-rate quality and design; and which, on inspection, will be found to contain some of the Cheapest Articles in the Trade The Stock comprises STOVE GRATES, RAN GES, [AGES] FENDERS, FIRE IRONS, &c., suited for every kind of room and dwelling; Improved Cooking Ranges, Xe. Best Japanned TEA TRAYS, TEA COFFEE POTS, Urns, Kettles, Dish Covers, Coal Vases, Hat and Umbrella Stands, Superior Cutlery, Door Mats, &e. &c. The Latest Improved Shower, Hip, Spunging, [Spinning] and other BATHS, at very reduced prices-with every other descrip- [Scrip- description] tion [ion] of Birmingham and Sheffield Goods in the Trade. Also, the Improved Patent WEIGHING MACHINES, of a very superior quality, adapted for any situation, or any description of goods. Bell-Hanging, and all kinds of Smith's Work, executed with the greatest care and punctuality. MARBLE AND STONE WORKS, NEAR THE RAILWAY STATION, HUDDERSFIELD. ISHER [FISHER] AND DYSON solicit an inepechen [ninepence] of their Stock of about 40 MARBLE CHIMNEY- [Chimney pieces] PIECES, in the Grecian, Gothic, and other Orders of Architecture, varying in price from 1 and upwards, executed in the neatest manner and best quality, both of Foreign and British Marble. F. and D. beg to return their most sincere thanks to those who have entrusted them with their favours, and can assure the Gentry and Public of Huddersfield and its Vicinity, they will use their utmost endeavours to give the greatest satisfaction. MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD-SIONES, [HEAD-STONES] DRESSING-TABLES, WASH-STANDS, HALL-TABLES, &C., Prepared to order, on the most approved principles, and on the most reasonable terms. RAILWAY-STREET, July 4th, 1850. PUBLICATIONS. ore FOR SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE INSTRUCTION. HITTAKER'S [WHITTAKER'S] ELEMENTARY WORKS. 8. d. Dr. Taylor's Roman Empire. 12mo., [mo] cloth Dr. Taylor's History of France. 3rd edition, 12mo., [mo] DOU [DO] ais 6 Woodbridge's Atlas. Royal 4to., [to] half-bound ......... 8 Woodbridge's Geography. 4th edition, 18mo., [mo] bound 3 6 Historical Epitome of the Bible. 4th edition, 12mo., [mo] oun [on] cee [see] cee [see] eee [see] eee [see] 6 Platt's Reading Lessons for Every Day in the Year. T2m., [Tom] ese Thomson's First Book of Arithmetic. 18mo., [mo] bound. (Key, 1s.) 6 Ayre's Young Ladies' Arithmetic. 18mo., [mo] cloth...... 2 Beasley's Dictation Spelling Exercises. 18mo., [mo] cloth 2 Dunean's [Duncan's] English Expositor. 24th edition, 12mo., [mo] 16 DOUG occ [cc] cai [can] Barclay's Schoolmaster's Register, 1 Barclay's Schoolmistress's Register, 1 An Explanatory Catalogue of Messrs. Whittaker and Co.'s School and Elementary Books can be had, gratis, of any bookseller. WHITTAKER and Co., Ave Maria-lane. FOR SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE INSTRUCTION. HITTAKER'S [WHITTAKER'S] IMPROVED EDITION' Ss 8. d. of Pinnock's History of England. 39th edition, 12mo., [mo] d Pinnock's Child's Second Book or, Primer. Pinnock's First Spelling Book. 18mo., [mo] Cloth....... 1 Pinnock's Explanatory English Spelling-book. 12mo. [mo] 1 bound Pinnock's Exercises in False Spelling. 18mo., [mo] cloth 1 Pinnock's Juvenile Reader, for Children from four to seven years old. 12mo., [mo] 1 Pinnock's Introduction to the Explanatory Reader. 12mo0., [mo] 3 Pinnock's Explanatory English Reader-Prose and Verse. 12mo., [mo] ca bes Pinnock's Arithmetical Tables of Weights and Measures. Pinnock's Cyphering Books. 4to. [to] Part I., 1s.- Part II A. Key to ditto. An geylanstory [explanatory] Catalogue of Messrs. Whittaker and Co.'s Educational Books can be had, gratis, of any book- [book seer] seer, WHITTAKER and Co., Ave Maria-lane. 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WHITTAKER and Co., Ave Maria-Lane, London. eae [ear] mete a ---- First Know- [Know] HATS HATS Hats THE HUDDERSFIELD MART the public at large, for th fer ly i J e announces he has received at tis [is] Extensive of. Fashion, such an Hes is Hats, ASSORTMENT OF FRENCH SILK HATS, For Gentlemen, and Children of all ages, as, he is convinced from observati [observed] i i i renders all competition superfluous.-The shapes are entirely new. enn [Inn] in thie, [the] sl To prevent disappointment remember the address, - No. 20, CROSS CH URCH-STREET, [CHURCH-STREET] (Three Doors from King-street,) EAGLETON'S FASHIONABLE HAT MART. E. EAGLETON thanks fully and respect- [respect established] ESTABLISHED 1772. SONS' GENERAL FURNISHING WARE O NEW WELLS, WAKEFIELD. HOUSES, GOODS DELIVERED CARRIAGE FREE. parties furnishing have the o ortunity [opportunity] of selecting every article of H i the same extent by any other House out of London, Ty of Household Furniture, an e The Stock comprises- [comprisesABINET] ABINET [CABINET] FURNITURE AND UPHo.stery. [Pho.story] CARPETS Beps, [Bes] Mattresses, AND BLANKETS. aie [are] MANTLE, TOILETTE, &c., GLASSEs. [Glasses] DaMasks [Damasks] AND MOREENS. [MOREEN] PASSAGE CLoTus, [Cloths] MaTTINGs. [Mattings] GENERAL FURNISHING HaRDWARE, [Hardware] &u. The Show Rooms are replete with every possible variety in each respective department, suited to the tastes and circumstances of all purchasers, and no expense is spared by the Proprietors to maintai [maintain] ir -establis [establish] tor supplying Goods of sound materials and cornea, [C] maintain their long-established character ALL KINDS OF HOUSEH [HOUSE] D -FURNITURE PURCHASED, HATS HA S HATS BAYLDON'S FASHIONABLE HAT WAREHOUSE B. returns his thanks to his friends and the pedlic [public] for the decided preference given to his Hats - over all others, and begs leave to inform the Pu that he has just S HOLDSWORTH & At this Establishment advantage not offered to ; é a new assortment of 4 Boys 7 Youths 2 and Geptlemmnr's [Gentleman's] HATS, of every the Newest Shapes. men' of Infant, - particularly wishes to make it known to his friends, that his Fancy Hats, in Black and Drab. j Styles, and at such Prices as never offered to the Public. AR NK ea Nah, 8 eh the Newest wen LIST OF PRICES - ell-made Hats, from 4s. 6d to 5s. 6d. at 6s. and 7s. .'s beautiful Velvet, Fashionable in Sha [Shaw d splendid i Colour, warranted to wear well, 'at 8s. 6d., and 10s. Aw assortment of French and Satin Velvet N par ie oven Style and strength, at 12s. the richest, First-class Hats t can be made,complete with every variety of style, and all the new improvements, perfect in ventilation, having no superior in qualiiy [quality] at any price. , T a . J sy. sane i hel [he] Prices will be found such as has newer before been offered, and places all Competition at an 5 BARNES' NOTES ON THE GOSPELS. Complete and Unabridged for Half-a-Crown. ENJAMIN [BENJAMIN] L. GREEN has great pl 'in, ing Mini i B throughout the Keno as great pleasure in,thanking Ministers, Superintendents, and Teachers, for the successful reception with which his proposals to issue a Cheap Edition of these invaluable Notes for Sunday-school Teachers have becn [been] mets... [sets] In order to compty [comply] With the wishes of numerous Corre- [Core- Correspondents] spondents, [respondents] he announces, that Eres [Ere] THE SUBSCRIPTION LISTS WILL BE R AFTER WHICH DATE NO SUBSCR [SUBSCRIBE] ce PENED [OPENED] TILL TUESDAY, AUGUST 6rn, [rn] 5 RS' NAMES CAN BE RECEIVED. BE RAISED. The Commentary of ALBERT BARNES is universally ackng [along fedged [edged] as the most useful for Sunday-school Teachers. Every Teacher of the Young ought to have it; but there arg#kousands [ag#thousands] who have not been able to procure it. To meet the wants of this large class, The Notes on the Four unabridged carefully and handsomely printed, will be issued Monthly, To SUBSCRIBERS ONLY, ge dged, [aged] y yP J . IN FIVE SIXP [SIX] Each Part containing from 160 to 190 pages, crown ae. will be spared to make an elegant as well as a cheap Book. The humblest Sunday-school Teacher will thus be enabledsa [enable] possess this inestimable work; and that on the easiest terms; for many who might be scarcely able to spare Half-akCrown [Half-crown] or Three Shilli [Shilling] gs at a time for a Volume, would be glad to set by a monthly Sixpence for such a boon. ia qUBSCRIPTION. [subscription] I, FOR THE PARTS.-Payment for Part I. to be made a ONCE to the party who receives names in each school or congregation for Part II.; immediately the subscriber BS 1., and so on to the completion of the work. II. FOR THE VOLUME.-Hatr [VOLUME.-Hart] the amount to be paid a RONCE, [ONCE] and the other half on December 6th. The number of Copies required in each School must be serg [serge] on or before August 6th, accompanied by a Post Office Order, payable at the General Post Office, to BENJAMIN GREEN, taking care distinctly to state the mode of con- [conveyance] veyance [conveyance] by which the Copies are to be sent. 3 It is suggested that, wherever practicable, an arrangementthe [arrangement the] made with some Draper or other Tradesman who is fre- [re- frequently] quently [frequently] receiving parcels from London, for having the copiesjendl [consequently] The work is now in the Press; Part I. will be issued on Se ber [be] 1, and the succeeding Parts on the Ist [Its] of each sub uent [sent] month, till completed.-The Volume will be ready in December, strongly bound in cloth, price THREE SHILLINGS ubscribers [subscribers] ONLY. The Principal features of this Edition are,- [are] I.-And pre-eminently its unequalled CHEAPNESS. 2 I.-Its Correctness; for bine [nine] 1.-Every reference is verified which has been founfl [found] necessary, all previous Editions being incorrect. 2.-The whole of the Notes have been carefully revised by the Rev. Samuel Green, Author of the Biblical and Theological Dictionary. Pay yg III.-Each Gospel is preceded by a brief INTRODUCTION, giving an account of its peculiar characteristics. IV.-The Punctuation of the Text has been revised throughout, and the ParaGRAPHS [Paragraph] marked. V.-The ConTENTS [Contents] OF EacH [Each] CHAPTER are given at its commencement. These are omitted in every other Edition. VI.-HEaDINGs, [VI.-Heading] DESCRIPTIVE and TOPOGRAPHICAL, are printed over the text. VII.-Nearly ONE THOUSAND REFERENCES ARE ADDED for the purpose, not of setting forth verbal coincidences, but o illustrating the general scope of the passage. rs VITI.-Monky [VII.-Money] is reduced to English value. IX.-A TaBvuLaR [Tabular] HARMONY OF THE GOSPELS is introduced TERMS OF to # a Sh. he Some pty [pt] Fin Stade [State] min ees [see] Fe TS oe Se a a se re I.-An early opportunity should be taken of laying the prop##al before,the Teachers, so as to obtain at once the name of EVERY Teacher as a Subscriber. II.-An active and energetic young man, one of the Teachers, perhaps, who knows and values 'Barnes' Notes, should be requested to obtain Subscribers from the members of the Church. TO ENCOURAGE SUCH EFFORTS, A PRESENTATION COPY, COMPLETF, [COMPLETE] AND HANDSOMELY BOUND IN CLOTH, will be forwarded to any Individual who ORDERS TWENTY-FIVE COPIES. SENIOR SCHOLARS AND BIBLE CLASSES. The Publisher is very glad to notice, that in many of the Schools from which he has received a return, a large number of the Copies are ordered by Senior Scholars in Bible Classes. BENJAMIN L, GREEN, 62, Paternoster-row, London. DELIVERED CARRIAGE FREE TO ALL PARTS OF ENGLAND. TEAS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. TEA WAREHOUSE, 2, BUCKLERSBURY, [Bucklers bury] CHEAPSIDE, LONDON. HIS ESTABLISHMENT was commenced in the year 1830. Its SUCCESSFUL PROGRESS T during TWENTY YEARS has gratified our anticipations. The Patronage of the Public has elevated its position to one of the LarcEsT [Largest] in the TRADE. ur main object has been, and still is, to supply the Public on TRADE TERMS. Great and assuming as such an undertaking appears to be, it is obvious that to do BUSIN [BUSINESS] ona [on] WHOLESALE SCALE, it is necessary to have wholesale appliances. In conformity with these ideas, our Locality was chosen in bye thoroughfare, where Space and Accommodation are sufficient to carry on trade to ANY EXTENT, but without those merciless and enormous expenses inseparably attached to Retail Shops in prominent whereby an Profit is rendered necessary. Hence it will be seen that we are in a Position to supply the Public on the Best and Most EconomicaL [Economical] TERMS-in fact, to supply at First Hand, by which all intermediate Profits are saved. The immense variety of 'l'EAs [l'Was] now imported into this codntry, [country] demands the most scrutinizin [scrutinising] 'caution. In this we have Considerable as from the extent of our Trade we are enabled to employ a Qualified and Experienced Person, whose sole duty is that of carefully Selecting, Tasting, and appropriating Teas for consumption, The following are our present quotations - BLACK TEAS. 5 GREEN TEAS. 8. a. Common Tea (The duty on all being 2s. 2 d. renders comment On Green 3 on the quality of this tea unnecessary.) HYSON [DYSON] uses O 4 Sound Congou [Congo] DOR [FOR] see 3 (This will mix with the 3s. black.) (A good useful tea for economical and large con- [con] I, sumers. [Summers] Bime [Time] Young Hyson. [Dyson] -8 Strong Congou [Congo] and Ss Sea 3 4 (We recommend this with the 3s. 4d. black.) A tea very much approved of.) Fise [Fire] Souchong Tea 3 Super Young Hyson [Dyson] 4 (Pekoe Bayou, Strongly recommended.) 4 Bine [Nine] Hyson [Dyson] .40 Fine Pekoe (Tr ts toa [to] s epute [repute] than any other it 1s Gunpowder Tea 44 a very superior tea.) e finest Young Hyson [Dyson] 5 Finest Pekoe Souchong wee 4 4 et (This is a high class tea.) (This is fit for any use.) Finest Lapsang [lapsing] Souchong scares, of an oxtraondi. [extend] 5 Fine Shot Gunpowder 6 This ea, 2 4 sary [say] flavour.) i The finest Gunpowder imported ........... 7 COFFEES. . The Coffee Market is very uncertain-prices changing daily. We quote the present prices 8. d. Fine Ceylon Coffee 1 Fine Plantation (recommended) ice we Ll 2 Finest Java Coffee (superior coffee) A 1 4 Finest Cuba Coffee (strongly recommended) ............ 1 6 Finest Mocha Coffee 18 Our Coffee is roasted by the latest improved patent machinery. Much discussion having recently taken place in Parliamep [Parliament] imported, at 8d. per Ib, on sale for those who prefer its Having briefly alluded to the principle on which we con Hotel Keepers, Schools, and all Large Establishments, who 5 nents. [rents] Note.-TEAS ARE DELIVERED CARRIAGE FREE TO ANY PQR [PER] Pounds but the Carriage of Coffee is not Paid, unl [un] Returning our best thanks for past favours, we refer to o further patronage and recommendation. our business, we respectfully solicit the attention of derive considerable advantages from these arrange- [arrange] OF ENGLAND, when the quantity ordered exceeds Six by Tea. m [in] of business as a satisfactory inducement for your 2, Bucklersbury, [Bucklers bury] Cheapside. MANSELL, HORNE, AND CO. ONE AGENT IN EVERY TowN [Town] APPOINTED UPON APPROVAL OF REFERENCES, maze, TUESDAYS ONLY, FROM 11 UNTIL 5 O'CL Mé L. E. FRANKS, Spectacle Maker, Lecturer onjthe [another] Eye, &., feels pleasure in stating that he has No. 8, KIRKGATE, HUDDERSFIELD, ngaged [engaged] Apartments at Messrs. ABBOTT Co.'s, TOBACQDNISTS, [TOBACCONISTS] NEAR THE OLD CHURCH, OPPOSITE THE Pack Honse [House] Is, HUDDERSFIELD, where he will attend professiogglly [professional] on TUESDAYS ONLY, with a selection of his velknown [Wilkinson] SPECTACLES AND) EYE-GLASSES. . F. adjusts Spectacles to defective Sight, on principla [principal] uired [fired] in an extensive practice, so as to give the greatest Means can accomplish, in Eyesight to the latest period of life and as a proof of ability, Mr. F. respectfully requests attention to the foigwing [forging] copy of Testimonial from the Faculty of Hud- [HUD- Huddersfield] dersfield [Huddersfield] and neighbourhood - [C] Mr. Franks, the Optician, having delivered Public of the Human Eye, combined with the abuse of Spectacles, he has devoted much time and attention to study the subj Mr. Franks as an Optician to those who may the R, Cameron M.D....... Huddersfield. res in this town on the Anatomy and Physvology [Physiology] , the undersigned Surgeons, are of opinion that therefore have much pleasure in recommending istance [instance] of Spectacles. A J. T. Bradshaw ......... Surgeon...... Huddersfield. Wm. Greenwood ....... surgeon G. Robi [Rob] Sons.... DS..... uw eld. [ed] G inson Surgeo [Surgeon] Hudderil [Huddersfield] J. Surgeon...... uddersfield. [Huddersfield] Sonas [Sons] ellawell [Hellawell] ......... Surgeon Huddersfield. 6 J. Mold Green. - J. Surgeon......Almondbury. Goodall..............- [Goodall] Surgeon...... ' Richard Allatt............ Surgeon......Paddock. ' Edward Lees..........-.-. Surgeon......Honley. Parties submitting their tacles [tables] to Mr. Franks' examinatioe, [examination] wil meet with a candid opinion and he will not recommend his own without ay proving their superiority. Aty-article [At-article] purchased and not approved will be exchanged. N.B.-NO HAWKERS BMPLOYED. [EMPLOYED] er OBSERVE-ABBOIT [OBSERVE-ABOUT] CO. S TEMPERANCE EIRKGATE, [KIRKGATE] ON TUESDAYS ONLY, t TO CONTRACTORS, MASONS, QUARRYMEN, BUILDERS, BLACKSMITHS, JOINERS, AND OTHERS. LARGE AND IMPOREANT [IMPORTANT] SALE OF RAILWAY PLANT, Now in disuse at the LEEps [Lees] CENTRAL RarLway [Railway] STATION, WELLINGTON-STREET, LEEDS. R. DAVID HOLMES has received instruc- [instruct- instructions] tions [tins] from Messrs. Thomsons, [Thomson] Railway Contractors, to SELL by AUCTION, without reserve, cn MONDAY NEXT, and following days, The whole entire Stock of MATERIALS, now upon the Premises adjoining the Central, Railway Station, Leeds, consisting of 100 large and smallWood [swallowed] Centres, 20 capital Jib and Guy Cranes, 6 Piling Engines, 20 single and double purchase Crabs, 12 Donicks [Dickson] and Scaffold Poles, 10 traveliing [travelling] Cranes, Goliahs, [Glass] and Monkeys 50 pairs large and powerful single, double, treble, and four-sheathed Blocks large quantity of strong Crane and Jib Chains and Ropes; 4 Mortar Mills, Weighing Machine and Iron Weights, Iron Fall Pipes, long and short Ladders, &c., with 2,000. FEET BALK TIMBER, 2,000 FEET DEALS, Battens, Joists, Boards, and Scantlings, [Scaling] &e. THREE LARGE VESSELS, OR CANAL BOATS, Used in the stone trade all the BLACKSMITH AND QUARRY TOOLS, Comprising 20 pairs excellent Bellows, Anvils, Blocks, Tools, Sleep Troughs, Picks, Axes, Mells, Crow Bars, Lewis's, Wheelbarrows, &c., with several tons of . EXCELLENT ae. ane [an] eee [see] FRON, FROM] - Brass and Lead, quantity o Iron Rails and Chairs 6 Pumps and' lead Pi ice mus , ONE LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINE, 'called the ONE capital 12-HORSE HIGH ENGINE, Swage . 'PRESSURE STEAM Nearly new, being used very littie [little] ; 20 capital NARROW and BROAD-WHiELED [BROAD-Wheeled] ONE HORSE CARTS, with patent amns, [ans] 6 large and strong broad-wheeled Stone Wherries, 2 broad- [broad wheeled] wheeled Wood Waggons, 4 two-wheeled Stona [Stone] and Timber Carriages, Shaft and Trace Horse Gears, Wood Troughs, Tubs, 40 Earth Waggons, Planks, together with the Sheds used as Blacksmiths' .Shops, Stables, and Warehouses, consisting of Tiles, Wood fs, Doors, Windows, Parti- [Part- Partitions] tions, [tins] Boards, Bricks, Flags, Stones, Racks, Mangers, and a quantity of Manure, &e. &ce. ale to commence each day at Eleven o'Clock, as the Lots are numerous. Catalogues of Lots, describing the property for each day's ale, may be had of the Auctioneer, 5, Commercial-street, HOUSES AND SHOPS TO LET. WO. excellent HOUSES AND SHOPS to LET, oppposite [opposite] the Rose and Crown Hotel. There is a large CELLAR, suitable for Wine, Spirits, or Porter Vaults, which can be let with either. For further particulars, apply to Mr. Moore. TO SPINNERS, WOOLLEN MANUFACTURERS, ke. T be LET, and may be entered to immediately, all that capital SCRIBBLING MILL and OUT- [OUTBUILDINGS] BUILDINGS, and also all that newly-erected SHED and DRYING-HOUSES, situate and being at CLosk, [Close] near Hup- [Up- Huddersfield] DERSFIELD, [HUDDERSFIELD] in the county of York together with an ex- [excellent] cellent [excellent] Steam Engine, and a large quantity of various kinds of Machinery requisite and necessary in the manufacture of woollen goods, and which is all at work and in excellent working condition. There are also convenient and exten- [extent- extensive] sive [side] Reservoirs attached to the premises, and a never-failing supply of good water. the person taking the same may also be accommodated with an excellent DWELLING-HOUSE, comprising two excellent cellars, four rooms and a kitchen on the ground floor, seven lodging-rooms and attics, with all necessary out-buildings and appurtenances, all in complete repair, replete with all necessary fixtures and well supplied with Longwood water for culinary purposes. The buildings are all in excellent repair, and are situate within one mile of the market town of Huddersfield. This is an opportunity which very rarely occurs, to any person desirous ot.commencing the business of a woollen manufacturer, The present proprietors are declining busi- [bus- business] ness solely on account of other engagements. r. George Haigh, engineer, at the mill, will show the premises, and further particulars may be had on application .0 [Messrs. BEAUMONTS, [BEAUMONT] tobacco manufacturers, Hudders- [Udders- Huddersfield] field, or to . Messrs. BATTYE and CLAY, Sofieitors, [Solicitors] Huddersfield. niet [net] MULU [MULE] SE LEE - So MUTT 14, WATERLOO-PLACE, AND 52, Kina [King] WILLIAM-STREET, Ciry. [City] THE CHISHOLM-CuHareman. [CHISHOLM-Crimean] RICHARD HARTLEY KENNEDY, ESQ.-Deputy CHAIRMAN, This Society is established on the tried and approved principle of Mutual Assurance. e Funds are accumu- [acme- accumulated] lated [late] for the exclusive benefit of the Policy-holders, under their own immediate superintendence and control. The Profits are divided annually, and applied in reduction of the future Premiums. At the Annual General Meeting, held on the 9th instant, an elaborate and highly satisfactory report of the state of the society's affairs was submitted to the members, where- [whereupon] upon it was resolved, unanimously, that an allowance of Thirty per Cent. should be made on the Premiums payable on all Policies on the participating scale, on which five or more yearly payments had been previously made. Credit is allowed for half the Annual Premium for the first five years. The following Table exemplifies the effect of the present reduction - Age Annual Reduction Annual when Amount premium of Premium Assured. Assured. nitherto hitherto] paid. 30 per Cent. now payable. s. dw . 8. d. 8s. ad. 20 1,000 20 17 6 6 5 3 14 12 3 30 1,000 25 138 4 714 17 9 4 40 1,000 33 18 4 10 38 6 23 14 10 50 1,000 48 16 8 14138 34 3 8 A. R. IRVINE, Managing Director. 14, Waterloo-place, 10th May, 1850. MEDICAL REFEREE FOR HUDDERSFIELD DISTRICT. Messrs. ROBINSON and SON, High-street. AGENT. Mr. JOHN BROOK, Registrar, Buxton-road. And for INDIA AND LONDON LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, for Assurance of INVALID and Healthy Lives. MEDICAL REFEREE. WILLIAM JAMES CLARKE, Esq., Kirkgate. AGENTS. DANIEL CROSLAND BATTYE, Esq., Solicitor; and Mr. JOHN BROOK, Buxton-road. HATS AT EXTRAO [EXTRA] the Black and Drab Paramatta, [Pratt] at 5s. WATCHES W RICHARDSON be & 8s d Gentlemen's Gold Levers 1010 Ditto Silver GO, 310 THE PREMISES. Article, as the patent is out long ago.-Fiat Justitia. [Justice] A HAPTER [CHAPTER] A certain gentleman in suit of clothes, To some one's mart directed his ten toes But sad it was that thus he chanced to roam, Instead of keeping his ten toes at home; Unless the Dress-Mart which he fix'd upon- [upon but] But, never mind-we'll come to that anon. The suit he bought to recollection brings That vulgar saying- Rummy sort of things. Worse things he could not possibly have bought ; Their cloth was bad-and they were badly wrought, So bad they were that (poor unhappy chap ) His coat before a week display'd a gap. And just at twelve o'clock the following day He split his trousers-where, I will not say. I say at twelve, but it I tell the fact, A quarter after would be more exact. Soon after this-the hour I cannot name- [name] The plaguy [plague] buttons off his waistcoat came. OBSERVE E. M Caution.-E. MOSES SON, regret Branch Establishments, 36, Fargate, [Forget] desire genuine and Cheap Clothing, te, London. till twelve a PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. TO FANCY MANUFACTURERS, MERCHANTS, AND OTHERS T be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. WALTER BRADLEY, on the Premises of Mr. James Batho, Manufacturer, MOLDGREEN, near Huddersfield, (by Order of the Trustecs [Trustees] under a Deed of Assignment,) on Tuurs- [Thurs- Tuesday] DAY, the 8th day of August, 1850, (and following day if necessary, ) All the FANCY LOOMS, JACQUARD, and other MA- [MACHINES] CHINES, Counting House Fittings, Packing Press, Raw Materials, Finished Goods, and other Effects. For further particulars see next week's Paper or Posting Bills. Auctioneer's Office-13, Cross Church-street, Huddersfield. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, AT SPRING WOOD, HUDDERSFIELD. T be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- [LANCASTER] CASTER, at the House of Mr. Spurr, the ALBION HoTeL, [Hotel] in HUDDERSFIFLD, [HUDDERSFIELD] in the county of York, on Monpay, [Monday] the 5th of August, 1850, at Six o'clock in the Evening, (in the following or such other Lots as shall be agreed upon at the time of Sale, and subject to such con- [conditions] ditions [editions] as will be then produced) - Lot 1.-All that MESSUAGE [MESSAGE] or DWELLING-HOUSE, with the Outbuildings to the same belon, [Berlin] ad Garden in front thereof, situate and being at Spring Wood, in Huddersfield resaid, containing, by admeasurement, [ad measurement] with the site of the Buildings, 346 superficial square yards or thereabouts (more or less), and now unoccupied. Lot 2.-Allthat [2.-All that] COTTAGE or DWELLING-HOUSF, [DWELLING-HOUSE] now occupied as Two Dwellings, with the Garden and other Conveniences to the same belonging, adjoining Lot 1 on the South, containing, by admeasurcment, [amusement] with the site of the Buildings, and one-half of the road in front thereof, 314 superiicial [special] square yards or thereabouts, and now in the occupatiod [occupation] of Thomas Cowgill and Edwin Hall. Lot 3.-All those TWO MESSUAGHES [MESSAGES] or DWELLING- [Dwelling houses] HOUSES, with the Garden in front thereof, and Outbuild- [Out build- Outbuildings] ings and other Conveniences to the same belonging, adjoin- [adjoining] ing Lot 2 on the South, and containing by admeasurement, [ad measurement] with the site of the said Buildings and the other half of the said road, 666 superficial square yards or thereabouts one of which said Dwelling-houses is now in the occupation of Mr. John Frazer, Civil Engineer, and the other at present unoceupied. [occupied] The above Property offers advantages tor the small Capi- [Cap- Capitalist] talist [list] rarely to be met with, being Freehold of Inheritance, within a few minutes walk of the town of Huddersfield, leasantly [pleasant] situated on the brow of the hill, to the south of ring Wood, and well roaded [road] from the Huddersfield and Manchester 'Turnpike Road, as well as by the foot-path through Spring Wood. Lots 1 and 3 present desirable residences for respectable families, being commodious, and the interiors well finished. Further particulars may be obtained, and plans of the estate seen, on application to Mr. the Aue- [Sue- Auctioneer] tioneer [pioneer] Mr. JosePpH [Joseph] Hatt, [That] Land Surveyor, Milnsbridge, (and at his Offices, King-street, Huddersfield); or, at the Offices of Mr. C. S. FLOYD, Solicitor, Huddersfield and Holmfirth. Huddersfield, 22nd July, 1850. VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES, SITUATE IN HIPPERHOLME-CUM-BRIGHOUSE, [HIPPODROME-CM-BRIGHOUSE] MIRFIELD, BRIGHOUSE, AND SKIRCOAT, [SCOTT] In the County of York, embracing the Slead [Lead] House Estate, Slead [Lead] Syke Mill, and Village of Slead [Lead] Syke, in Hipper- [Hippodrome] holme-cum-Brizhouse, [home-cum-Brighouse, -cum-Brizhouse] Dwelling-Houses and Closes of Land in Mirfield, Dwellinge-Houses [Dwelling-Houses] in the Town of Brighouse, Cottages at Salterhebble, [saleable] in Skircoat, [Scott] near alifax. [Halifax] O be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN- [LANCASTER] CASTER (by order of the Trustees of the will of the late John Holland, Esq., deceased), at the RovaL [Royal] HorTeL, [Hotel] in BRIGHOUSE, on FRIDAY, the 16th day of August next, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, in Lots, and subject to conditions, The capital MANSION, called Slead [Lead] House, late the residence of the said John Holland, deceased, replete with fixtures, in excellent repair and condition, and ready for immediate occupation, with the Vinery, [Very] Conservatory, Gardens, Pleasure Grounds, Plantations, Coach-house, Stables, Barn, Mistal, [Mistral] and all other requisite Conveniences attached, and upwards of Forty Acres of valuablé [valuable] and productive MEADOW PASTURE and ARABLE LAND adjoining, proposed to be divided into Lots to suit pur- [our- purchasers] chasers. Also, the substantial and extensive stone-built MILL, called Slead [Lead] Syke Mills, with the large and commodious WAREHOUSES, Five GAS- [GASWORKS] WORKS, and other Buildings, Steam Engine, Shafting, Steam and Gas Pipes, and other Fixtures, Reservoir, and all other requisite Conveniences and Appurtenances ad- [adjoining] joining and belonging to the said Mill. Also, the VILLAGE of SLEAD [LEAD] SYKE (in convenient Lots), comprising Eighteen excellent Cottages, Shops, Gardens, productive Orchard, and Smiths' Shop, adjoining the Brighouse and Denholme-gate Turnpike-road. The above Property is situate in the Township of Hip- [Hippodrome] perholme-cum-Brighouse, [performer-cum-Brighouse, -cum-Brighouse] central between the towns of Halifax, Bradford, and Huddersfield, about One Mile from the Brighouse Station, on the main line of the Lan- [An- Lancashire] cashire [Lancashire] and Yorkshire Railway, and the same distance from the Lightcliffe Station of the West Riding Union Railway. The Premises are plentifully supplied with water, well- [welded] roaded, [road] contain a valuable bed of stone, now in the course of being worked, and present most desirable investments. IN MIRFIELD. All that capital MESSUAGE, [MESSAGE] situate at Lee Green, in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Hallas, with the Garden, Barn, Stable, and other Outbuildings thereto belonging, and about Four Acres of excellent LAND. Also, Hight [High] in the occupation of Mr. Samuel Hallas and others. IN BRIGHOUSE. All those Three capital and substantial MESSUAGES [MESSAGES] or DWELLING-HOUSES, situate in the best and most important part of the Town of Brighouse, being imme- [Mme- immediately] diately [lately] fronting the George Hotel, and the Turnpike-roads from Elland to Wakefield, and from Huddersfield to Brad- [Bradford] ford, and omprising comprising] an area of 372 superficial square yes and now in the occupation of Mr. Newstead and others. . AT SALTERHEBBLE, [saleable] IN SKIRCOAT. [SCOTT] Nineteen COTTAGES (in suitable Lots), now producing a rental of upwards of 50 per annum, and in the occupa- [occupy- occupation] tion [ion] of William Fletcher and others. Plans and particulars may be had at the White Swan Inn, in Halifax, the Sun and George Inns, in Bradford, the George Inn, in Huddersfield, the Royal Hotel, in Brig- [Brighouse] house and further information obtained upon application to Mr. Samuel Washington, of Lightcliffe, Land Agent; or at the Offices of RUDD and KENNY, Solicitors in Halifax. A large assortment of BRAHAM'S PATENT SPECTACLES always on hand. O N Sheffield; and 19, Thornton's dings, &c., should call at, or send to, either of their any Establishment is Closed from sunset Friday till sunset Saturday, when be WANTED, Respectable YOUTH, from 16 to 16 years of age as an Assistant Bookkesper. [Bookkeeper] Halifax, 8th July, 1850, RDINARY [ORDINARY] PRICES, AT G. BAYLDON'S, 37, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. REAT [REST] REDUCTION IN SUMMER HATS.-The Zephyr Hat, from three-and-a-half to four unces [ounces] weight, that has been selling at 9s. is reduced to 8s.; and the Light Zeph [PH ' ay, ' rr are reduced to 4s. 6d.; Black af Feat Trae [Trade] 3s reduced to 10s. 6d. ; to 4s. 3d.; Boys Satin Velvet Hats, at 4s. 6d., are reduced to 3s. 9d. The above List of Prices will be found such as never have been offered to a British Public. BOYS' AND MEN'S CAPS AT REDUCED PRICES. A N D 16, MARKET PLACE, HUDDERSFIELD. to acquaint his Friends and the Public, that his Stock is replete with LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S GOLD AND SILVER PATENT LEVER AND HORIZONTAL WATCHES of first-rate quality and workmanship- [workmanship which] which, from his practical Imowledge, [Knowledge] he can recommend, Drab Shell Hats, at 5s. 6d. are reduced JEWELLERY, &. a Ladies' Gold Levers from 8 10 Ditto do. Horizontal 2.0.0... 4 40 W. R. takes this opportunity of informing the Public, that first-rate workmen, such as he emplo [employ] any difficulty in repairing Foreign Watches satisfactorily cys, [cs] never found HAS DONE) IS AN INSULT AND LIBEL ON THE TRADE BUT TOWN, THE PUBLIC WILL NOT BE DELUDED BY SUCH FALSE REPRESENTATIONS. N.B.-JEWELLERY and PLATE REPAIRED, with despatch and care, by a WoRKING [Working] JEWELLER KEPT ON AND TO DENY WHICH (AS A CERTAIN INTERESTED PARTY AS THERE ARE NO FRENCH WORKMEN EMPLOYED IN THIS No AGENCY IS REQUIRED for this A Cc IDENTS [DENTS] Our friend, of course, was not exactly pleased, But, on the contrary, a little teazed, [teased] That those he view'd as honourable men Should sell him such a suit for The man was vex'd (and who would not have been) At being treated in a way so mean. Any man living would have felt the same ; But still our friend was very much to blame, He should have gone to Mosks' [Moss] for his clothes- [clothes of] Of course he should-that everybody knows. The cloth of Mosks [Moss] (think it not mere brag), Would stand as firm a test as Kentish rag. And I am right in laying equal stress Upon the workmanshi [workmanship] af dress. e clothes of Mosgs' [Moss] have far higher claim Than those obtain'd by Mr. What's-his name Who will not have a reason to be vex'd. Provided Moss' furnish him the next. OSES AND SON, TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 19, THORNTON BUILDINGS, Bee ees [see] ee of ae i blishment, [establishment] 154, 155, 1 ane [an] 7 and. 86, opposite the Ch Branch of City, London, all communica [communicate] sad forming one vant [van] em Corner of having to guard the Public against imposition; having leamed [leaned] untradsemon [tradesmen] like faleshood [falsehood] of being connected with them, or It's all the same concern, has Gab the instances, and for obvious reasons. They have no connection with neem [nee] pny [any] Elowe-ia [Lowe-ia] oy of CPN [CON]