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For Public Accointatostiatimi. LW.% Y DEPARTUIIES AND ARRIVALS. Toe clocks .1.11 the railway are orteordias ti MANCH ES ulsisToe.N atAiLWAY.

For Public Accointatostiatimi. LW.% Y DEPARTUIIES AND ARRIVALS. Toe clocks .1.11 the railway are orteordias ti MANCH ES ulsisToe.N atAiLWAY.

BuLl 01 TO Ai AILH :00 Stops at all the stations a II So. do. a 9 13 Kepler on Tuesdays. Thutsdays. and Saturdays. 9 33 to IS Slope at all the stations a II Stops at Stosieclouith Bury a p. . 30 Stops at all the station. • 1 30 do. do. t! 441 at Clifton Junction oisly • 330 Slop
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Again Colimo.) TONGILIT.

WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Again Colimo.) TONGILIT.

WEDNESDAY. (Before Mr. Colimo.) TONGILIT. James Bagley, 30, (could read.) pleaded pity to having forged and put of a promissory note to William Ricketts, with intent to defraud the Manchester and Hndsprater Savings Fond. Sentenced to months' imprisonment and hard labour. Ii • Jos
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS. T .

HOUSE OF COMMONS. T .

The hostas met at a few before o'clock; mei Sir O. Smickland mad Captain immediately sworn. TM Railway Bill was read a third time and passed. Upon Mr. iYakley's motion for • select committee to inquire into the interference alleged to bare been exercised by Lord Fitxliarolugo at
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
HOUSE OF LORDS.-WIOIIIIIDAT.

HOUSE OF LORDS.-WIOIIIIIDAT.

Their lordships sat at five o'clock. Lord FARNHAM preeented petitions from a place in the county of Warwick, and from Sexessedbase. in Suffolk, against the admission of pealleasent. The noble lord also presented petitions 60111 and place ' prayieg the boom to adopt measures for
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
2- APPITIONAL TROOPS Or THE ETTICICT OP

2- APPITIONAL TROOPS Or THE ETTICICT OP

ROPER'S ROYAL BATH PLASTERS, as one of the most important discoveries le Pher. mace Cough., Hottraentias, Indigestion, Asthma, Ps I pita ion of the Heart, al affectiona,C rou p, Ilooping Cough, Induenza, Rheumatic Affections of the Joints, and all of the Cheat, and all local pai
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
• THE ULtaIIiEBELI EICAMINOSTIt SUIRT. ni llll-* COTTRILL, OF MRKET-STREET AND BOLTOV, ItESPECnitLIN informs his Friends, the L'ubli 1 R,tm

• THE ULtaIIiEBELI EICAMINOSTIt SUIRT. ni llll-* COTTRILL, OF MRKET-STREET AND BOLTOV, ItESPECnitLIN informs his Friends, the L'ubli 1 R,tm

mud its Vietuity, that be is appoiuted Agent for Holton dis , riet, for the sale the •bove approved Shin. The KEG IS CKKEII Ell ARMOSEIC $O Ila being uom matthematiral priuciples t ensures • perfect fit to ell figures. Manufactured by Smith, ltear.l S.: Co. London, wholesale onl
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
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18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
Gold! Gold! Gold !

Gold! Gold! Gold !

TO UR GIVER BY T lIE PICTORIAL TIMES ASOTHER GRAND SCRIM!. GREAT ADVANTAGES TO SUBSCRIBERS. One Thousand Pounds Star • to Class of 10,000 fla Till LAST OITT Or ONE TROCSA TOE , TOR 1816. Was presented to MRS. of SEDGEriayo, Tau, aa Annual Subscriber of CI 6s. 6.1. The of the PIC
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
(BEFORE Mr. 8.4R0N ALDERSON.)

(BEFORE Mr. 8.4R0N ALDERSON.)

- THZ MURDER AT KNOWSLEY. Mr. Burke applied, upon sf6Javit, for the rests of the prosecution, and for the respiting of the recognisances in the case of James Dwerrybouse, charged with the murder of Ann Leyland, at Knowsley. The prisoner still remains in a hopeless state of insan
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
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Suer Has,

18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England