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AMERICA.

AMERICA.

York, Deo. 17 fAfternoon). Thomas attacked Hood yesterday, and drove him in confusion from all his entrenchments to Brentwood Hill*. He captured 30 cannon and 3,000 prisoners, with a loss to himself of 300 men. Thomas ordered a renewal of the battle this morning. In the House of
06 January 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL.

ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL.

th« erening Sunday, January I, for the first time in the present winter, the Special Services were resumed in the dome area of the Metropolitan Cathedral, and there was as Urge congregation as on any previous occasion. Nearly three thousand people, it is said, can seated below t
06 January 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

The will of the Right Hon. Lady Arabella Alvanley, of Bruton street, proved in Loudon by the executura, I Richard William Peirse, Eiq., of Northallerton, and j Charles Reynold* William*, E*q., of Lincoln'* Inn Field*. The peraonalty wa* *worn tinder £70,000. Her ladyship ha* lel
06 January 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.

METROPOLITAN CATTLE MARKET.

January 2—The total imports of foreign stock into London last week amounted to 5,t74 the < orresponding week in 1863-4 received 3,846 ; in 1863, 1,5 )9; in 1562, 3,162, in 1861, 1,118; in 1860,1,852; and in 1859, 2,310 head. There was only United supply of foreign stock on offer
06 January 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
BOROUGH AND BPITALFIELDS POTATO MARKETS.

BOROUGH AND BPITALFIELDS POTATO MARKETS.

Seasonably pood euppliea pota»o«s are sale at markets. Generally speakinp, sales progress slowly, our quotations. The import into London last week was only 92 bags from Jersey. Yorkshire Regents 90e. to 105 s. per ton. Flukes.. .. 100 s. to 120 s. „ Kent and Essex Regents .. 80s
06 January 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 

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TO BUILDERS, GLAZIERS, & OTHERS. CONSIDERABLE SAVING MAY BE EFFECTED BY PURCHASING CZR-OWISr SHEET GE^ASS (IN CRATES, CASES OR SQUARES),

TO BUILDERS, GLAZIERS, & OTHERS. CONSIDERABLE SAVING MAY BE EFFECTED BY PURCHASING CZR-OWISr SHEET GE^ASS (IN CRATES, CASES OR SQUARES),

___ GENUINE WHITE LEAD. LINSEED OILS. AND PAINTS, OP EVERY DESCRIPTION MANUFACTURERS’ PRICES. J. S. CLARKE, CHURCH AND HOUSE DECORATOR, 81, BOUT PORT-STREET, BARNSTAPLE, (NEAR THE HOTELS.) A VERY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF PAPER HANGINGS. • # * Estimates given, and First-class Work
06 January 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
WOOL MARKET The trade for English wool has ruled very inactive since our last. Tho changes in prices, however, are

WOOL MARKET The trade for English wool has ruled very inactive since our last. Tho changes in prices, however, are

no means important, but they are wholly in an unfavourable direction. The transactions, indeed, both long and down qualities have been much restricted. On the other hand, the inquiry for colonial wool in the private contract market has much increased, and the dealings, though no
03 February 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
BOROUGH AND SPITALFIELDS POTATO MARKETS.

BOROUGH AND SPITALFIELDS POTATO MARKETS.

Fair average rapplies of potatoes are on sale at these markets. Most qualities are in steady request, and previous quotations, as a rule, are well supported. The import into London last week amounted to 100 tons from Havre, Antwerp, 128 Dunkirk, and 19 bushels from Rotterdam. Yo
03 February 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
WAS at price* i.Ujr last. In tbe •■•ration to notice, crab good. The i« but moderate. utilit. and \' ■

WAS at price* i.Ujr last. In tbe •■•ration to notice, crab good. The i« but moderate. utilit. and \' ■

trl. y ealewaavcf* Wiu to the Jin.il<4 rage business was market was bat litk-a moved oil steadily, producu the trade cou- d. script ions sold were in fair supply, ictive, at the late decline was small. The •ee ruled stationary, (or sale. Generally , aid the quotations
03 February 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
s& :•« s» ... Hi 31 .......... >7 *« fe'M«iga Whit Oat*. •.4. a. 4. F.r.g.ith Feed IK 0 1

s& :•« s» ... Hi 31 .......... >7 *« fe'M«iga Whit Oat*. •.4. a. 4. F.r.g.ith Feed IK 0 1

UW...... ait Short Small -- 19 30 ft ... 31 34 0 i»« >•> • „ Foreign Peed 401 Floos. Per Seek. 4« Towc-meJe *9 0 Country Mirk* J« 12 Norf enJ Sudelk ... 27 29 TAN CATTLE MARKET. of foreign stock into head. In the cor* received 1.722; in in 1861, 698 ; au|>]i!y stixk vroc nut <-'
03 February 1865 - Barnstaple Times and North Devon News - Barnstaple, Devon, England