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05 July 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
JEWELLERS, Le.

JEWELLERS, Le.

LAMMAS-STURET, Verge Watcher converted int.+ Patent layers Ike shortest notice, a Stuck of %hien 14 un band at price. varying from £3 to £3 Ilk. Smalls promptly !lean. N. ■. A Cits;k atidWatchClob will commence ou April. Persona &strums of j.iitung, ay Pee raga on application. A
30 March 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE KOSSUTIINVTEq:

THE KOSSUTIINVTEq:

Mr. DITNCOMBE, helhre putting the question of which be had given notice relative to the 'Kossuth note," wished to ask the noble lord rho Secretary' for Foreign Affairs to give to the House some fuller and more satisfactory information regarding what he had aid a few nights ago,
30 March 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Advertising Essential to Busineu WALLACE RROWNLOW. ADVERTISING AND 1 OMMISSION AGENT, 111, Claremont-plare, Judd -street, London. W. C., will be

Advertising Essential to Busineu WALLACE RROWNLOW. ADVERTISING AND 1 OMMISSION AGENT, 111, Claremont-plare, Judd -street, London. W. C., will be

happy to insert Advertisements in Town and Country Newspapers, collect Accounts, procure Situations, or transact any commercial business on commission. Orders by post promptly attended to. - Acknowledged Agent for this paper.
18 October 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
A N Income for One Pound. Monthly Dmwingo. Pron. spectus gratis. Apply to Mr. J. A LTROPP, English OfMoe, Prankfort-on-the-Maine.

A N Income for One Pound. Monthly Dmwingo. Pron. spectus gratis. Apply to Mr. J. A LTROPP, English OfMoe, Prankfort-on-the-Maine.

Letters oddressod to " J. Dot.THorg, 12 Longhorn Street, Portland Place, London, W.," will be immediately forwarded to Frankfurt, post-tree.
18 October 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Consultation by Letter without Fee.

Consultation by Letter without Fee.

DR. SMITH will for time benefit of persons suffering from NERVOUS DEBILITY, lie., on receiving a description of their ease (enclosing a stamped directed envelope for reply) send his written opinion with advice and directtons fur the moat successful treatment and cure. Address, D
18 October 1862 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
AN INTERVAL OF TEN MINUTES.

AN INTERVAL OF TEN MINUTES.

PART SECOND_ Song and Chorus. " Hard times come again no more"..Mr. W. JAMES. Song. "Wait for the Wagon" Master W. WILLIAMS. long and Chorus. Willie, we have niisr.'d you" MissM. BaarkzTT. Grand Trio. Cornet a Pistons d Piano ( from Zampa ).. Messrs. IIAIDING,•EVANS & BAILIE Bon
17 November 1860 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN THE UNITED

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IN THE UNITED

STATES. The Court of Appeals of this State has just announced a decision which is a striking illustration of the evils of hasty legislation. The revised statutes of New York contained, among other things, "An Act concerning Crimes and Punishments;" wherein it provided that certa
17 November 1860 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS. —o— 4 SHACKELL HARMONIr MS. —TLIOIsIPSON & SHACK ELL Let on Hire the following Pianofortes, for three

PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS. —o— 4 SHACKELL HARMONIr MS. —TLIOIsIPSON & SHACK ELL Let on Hire the following Pianofortes, for three

Let oo Hire the following Harmoniums, fbr 'rare certain, after width, and without any further pay- three years certain (by quarterly peyraeuts in advadee) went whatewir. the inetrument beeonwe the property after which the instrument becomes the property of the of the hirer Picco
12 December 1868 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
feet over thi.. and see how easily matters &this kind are dealt with by other denominations; let them take courage,

feet over thi.. and see how easily matters &this kind are dealt with by other denominations; let them take courage,

and rise ti the dignity of a free church by snapping the chains in hid' the are fettered by the State.
16 March 1861 - Carmarthen Weekly Reporter - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales