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Ditto ........ 20 .... Total 52G £1,789 10 0

Ditto ........ 20 .... Total 52G £1,789 10 0

6 17 0 Ditto 90 .... 8 9 t/ Ditto ..... 71 .... 6 1.5 8. Ditto 70 10 5 & Ditto . . Ditto 3O .... 3 Q 6 Total 410 £3911 8 6 Fowey Consols Ditto 73 Ditto ...... .... Ditto Ditto Ot Total 343 12067 11 Great Wheal Utley • South Condon 6 17 G 5 7 6 G 17 6 6 18 0 3 8 6 2 6 6 3 1 6 2 1
27 October 1860 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England
 
MR. C. H. WADE'S STOCK. PETER ADAMS AND COMPANY , 13 E G most respectfully to inform their Customers and

MR. C. H. WADE'S STOCK. PETER ADAMS AND COMPANY , 13 E G most respectfully to inform their Customers and

the Public generally, that they have purchased the whole of the STOCk OF GENERAL DRAPERY, OF MR. C. H. WADE, G TO UPWARDS OF £2,200, And now offer the same at their Establishment,
25 February 1860 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England
 
TO THE AFFLICTED 1

TO THE AFFLICTED 1

t VERY EXCELLENT OINTMENT, ri for thi Cure of Sores. Running Wounds, Evils. &c., d 0... which has been in use for more than 40 years in the ni4Jihouriosids of Liskeard and St Austell, is now offered to tb• public in pots at 3d. and fid. each.
25 February 1860 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England
 
THE CORNISH

THE CORNISH

Government would give the House a fair opportunity et asmates the treaty. Be contended that It did mt. Whet he wanted was a Committee that could consider on the clauses of the treaty requiring the meant of Parliament. rd J. Busmen observed that be had f doun some difficulty in u
25 February 1860 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England
 
SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1860. Pintas lattlligaus. WHIRL TRILLAWNY Sad 011 Tossday last, 70 ton. of Crop lead aro, to Siam,

SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1860. Pintas lattlligaus. WHIRL TRILLAWNY Sad 011 Tossday last, 70 ton. of Crop lead aro, to Siam,

Williams, Navin, and Co., a• £2B 3e. 6d. per ton. Copper Ores Sold ag Truro, Farrar, 2 3 / 4 ,1960. Maw Tow. Amorist. Delve Gt. Console 122 .... 5 1 6 Ditto ll7 .... .5 3 0 Ditto 116 .... 2 6 Ditto . ... Ditto Ditto lll .... 4 14 0 Ditto 100 .... 4 6 6 98 .... 1 19 0 Ditto ... 9
25 February 1860 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England
 

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Copper Ores fur Site of Redrorela, Mara 1.

Copper Ores fur Site of Redrorela, Mara 1.

United Mines, 658—Groat Wheal Rosy, 461—Fowey Consols, 425—South Condon, 425—West Damsel, 254 Crambler and St. Aubm 115 —South Crinnis. 101—West Fowey Consols. 89—Craddock Moor. 86 Wheal Moyk, 63—Wheal Bray. 50—Gonatornik 31—Fast Tolgus, 25 New Treleish, 23 —Crerabrowes‘ 11—Whea
25 February 1860 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England
 
10,000 PACKETS SOLD LAST YEAR!!! It has a cleansing and refreshing excellence.” ” It is truly excellent.” Exceedingly useful.” Proved

10,000 PACKETS SOLD LAST YEAR!!! It has a cleansing and refreshing excellence.” ” It is truly excellent.” Exceedingly useful.” Proved

highly satisfactory.” “Answered well.” QUCH are the sentiments of those who have hj tried BUTLER’S ROSEMARY HAIR CLEANER, elecant preparation for the Toilet and Nursery. possessing in the highest degree the property of removing Scurf and Dandriff from the Head, and by its invigo
02 April 1859 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

In ths Houm of Lord! on Monday (March M) rendon, In moving for the Inatruction. " hi. recent miMlon to Vienna, aaked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affair, to the re.ult. of that miulon, and for some statement on the prewnt condition of Tars. Lord Malme.bury wa. quite ready
02 April 1859 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1859/ Their mode of proceeding was m follow* The Jctlm* being decided on, they were taken out

SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1859/ Their mode of proceeding was m follow* The Jctlm* being decided on, they were taken out

excepting the head, with a kind of club, and then dispatched by ripping the atomach open. The body waa then cut up small ptecea and divided, the finger*, toe*, and brains being eagerly sought after ; the bones were then collected, and either burnt t»r thrown away. saw ten of ray
02 April 1859 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England
 
THE CORNISH TIMES.

THE CORNISH TIMES.

St. Annual Vestrv Meeting was held on Thursday, March 24th, when the following officers were appointed for the ensuing year: Mr. Samuel Babb was re-elected, and Mr. William Barken succeeded Mr. Beter Hanibly Guardians; Mr. Samuel Worth and Mr. Benjamin Bond were elected Overseer
02 April 1859 - Cornish Times - Liskeard, Cornwall, England