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Free Press (Mee, Fold street, Bolton.

Free Press (Mee, Fold street, Bolton.

LANCASHIRE WINTER ASSIZES. TUESDAY, December 14.
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
COUNCIL MEETING.

COUNCIL MEETING.

A :period of lbw town council ear convened on Wednesday, by the mayor, for the transaction of the following bonnie:ls: - "To approve the poesedisge of the coos- Warr. . - authorize the mayor, sa bergewes to borrow at interest a win of money for, as ammo% at. the coreptetioa of t
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
BOLTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

BOLTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.

The annual meeting of the subscribers and friends of usvful and excelleut innitotion was held the room, over the shop occupied by Mr. Leitch, painter, Market Phu*, on Friday the lOth ins. Pater Rothwell, Esq. prestd.sit of the society, in ths The having congratulated the fricods
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL CO ITON WAWKET.—Tti T. The basilic+. la cotton this bas bees as a very limited scale. The sales is

LIVERPOOL CO ITON WAWKET.—Tti T. The basilic+. la cotton this bas bees as a very limited scale. The sales is

the three days shoat 7.500 bags, to the trade. The gootatloas of Friday last, however, mad ressahi *nattered. The imports reported shier Friday are —Front the United States. bag.; Brazil, 3,712; ladies, 2,364; total, 12,163 NW*. Comparative Mew of the Imports and Exports of Cott
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
 
Imperial Parllanient.

Imperial Parllanient.

OF LORDS.—TvLimo. The Duke of RICHMOND asked when it was probable that the proposed medals would be to the Peninsular and and if it were intended to extend the grant to other soldiers, and svilors, who had served in the late war? lie also urged the necessity of distributing the
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
Suer Has,

Suer Has,

18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
The primmer thee walked away from the Jack with a Arm step.

The primmer thee walked away from the Jack with a Arm step.

The walked away from the Jack with a Arm step. MiIISLAUORTII John Woodhead, 21, (could neither read nor write,) was indicted for having caused the death Wm. Wad head, his father, at itoohdale. The prosecution was conducted by Messrs. Whighase and Wharton, and the plisoner was drf
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England
 
FATAL COLLIERY ACCIDENT AT

FATAL COLLIERY ACCIDENT AT

H AR WOOD. An Merest was held on Satarday that, at Britannia Inn, Harwood, before T. F. Deaden, Esq., upon the bodies of three Individuals, named William Smith, aged 43, John Ramwell, 16, and Wright Jackson, who were killed at the New Pn, Harwood, on the tith lost, as noticed in
18 December 1847 - Bolton Free Press - Bolton, Lancashire, England