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THE CLOTHING MANUFACTURES.

THE CLOTHING MANUFACTURES.

ENGLISII WOOL MARKET, LEEDS, DEC. 28.—There has been an average business done during the present we3k, considering that it has been Christmas week. We do not quote any change in prices of combing wools. Clothing wools are rather higher, and have an upward tendency. FOREIGN WOOL
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
PAUPER EMIGRATION.

PAUPER EMIGRATION.

A large party of stout, healthy, and excessively garrulous " slips of girls," taken from the Kilkenny and Carlow workhouses, have arrived at Kingstown, from whence they are to be shipped for Australia. Poor things! they are in high spirits at the splendid prospects they consider
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
AMER ICAN CANDLES. Finest Sperm, is. 4d. per pound. Finest Wax, Is. 4d. per pound. American Sperm Oil, 4s. Ild.

AMER ICAN CANDLES. Finest Sperm, is. 4d. per pound. Finest Wax, Is. 4d. per pound. American Sperm Oil, 4s. Ild.

per gallon. In consequence of the advance in price on English Sperm Candles the LONDON SOAP and CANDLE COMPANY have had consigned to them, for immediate sale, the above articles.—Sole Depot, 76, New Bond .street.
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
OCIODUTNEY,IIILL.—To be LET (Rent only £5O 1 a year), a very genttel COTTAGE, fitted with every contniiierice attached to modern

OCIODUTNEY,IIILL.—To be LET (Rent only £5O 1 a year), a very genttel COTTAGE, fitted with every contniiierice attached to modern

residences, and well adapted to a small family of the first respectability. It is semi-detached, with garden and ,forecourt, and commands a view ever the opposite pleasure grcumds of Lady St. Aubyn. The tenant will be required to purchase the new and appropriate furniture, ,and
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
QUININE DENTIFRICE, as recommended by , Mr. ROBINSON, the eminent Dentist, and patronised by Royalty, for cleansing and preserving the

QUININE DENTIFRICE, as recommended by , Mr. ROBINSON, the eminent Dentist, and patronised by Royalty, for cleansing and preserving the

teeth from caries, tooth-ache. neuralgia, Sic., the accumulation of tartar, also for purifying and preserving the durability of all kinds of artificial teeth. Sold, wholesale and retail, by T. Burden, chemist, 6, Store-street, Bedford-square; and by all chemists, medicine vender
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE GREEN BOOK.—Price Is.; by post, is. 61. O N STRICTURE of the URETHRA, &., Ind other Diseases that have

THE GREEN BOOK.—Price Is.; by post, is. 61. O N STRICTURE of the URETHRA, &., Ind other Diseases that have

a like origin. Section 1. Primary and Secondary Symptoms. 2 Bladder and Urinary Derangements. 3. Stricture and other Diseases of the Urethra. 4. Dilation, Catheterism, and Cauterization. 5. Local and general Nervous Debility. 6 250 Engravings and Prescriptions. By R. J. CULVER W
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LORD ROSSE TO LORD GLENGALL.

LORD ROSSE TO LORD GLENGALL.

Lord Rosse has written the following letter to Lord Glengali, reply to his lordship's circular:— " Castle, Parsonstown, Dec. 27, 1849. "My Lord,—l have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your lordship's letter of the 21st, enclosing a petition to her Majesty, to which I pe
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THE MORNING HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1849.

THE MORNING HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1849.

t to complain, and mighty reason too, and he believed that (cheers.) If there was any justice in it, the landlords wh.n her Majetty heard all the complaints of her suffering ought to receive a larger per-cen age (applause). He eubjetes, she would do her utmost to relieve them. H
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TREDEGAR RACES.

TREDEGAR RACES.

The Tredegar Races took place in the park on Thursday, the 27th inst., and notwithstanding the unfavourable state of the weather, the sport was excellent. Fifteen horses were entered by gentiemen visiting at the old hall, for the different cups and hurdle race stakes, 14 of whic
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DOVER.

DOVER.

A correspondent, writing from Dover on Saturday, states that the tide that morning had flowed to a great height, overflowing the Marine-parade, and inundating the houses fronting the harbour.
31 December 1849 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England