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Sailing* the Steamer between Fleetwood and Uloerston, during the newt week. WOOD. Friday June 114th at Ii ft a.m. Saturday

Sailing* the Steamer between Fleetwood and Uloerston, during the newt week. WOOD. Friday June 114th at Ii ft a.m. Saturday

„ 19th at 12 0 noon Monday „ at 2 0 pin. Tuesday „ 22nd at 3 0 „ Wednesday „ 23rd at 4 0 a.m. Tlinrmlety ~ 24th at 5 0 „ fIIOIIIIAaDoA Friday June 18th at 2 15 p.m. Saturday „ 10th at 3 15 „ Monday „ 21st at 5 0 Tuesday „ 22nd at 015 ~ Wednesday „ 23rd at 7 0 a.m. Thursday „ 21t
18 June 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Vottry. THE FOUR QUESTIONS

Vottry. THE FOUR QUESTIONS

When the belle id . fifteen sight oft been, She scarcely ean through the cr use heart all a Slitter, 1411 • glow, She tremblingly simpers out. " Who i.tlw mem ts /trivet twenty has brought her to years of disorrtiont She blushes no longer but alters her plan ; Ski adobe of the p
10 September 1847 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
to, 1!) • i 1 it • ;?. '••• _ 11C:. e ta •l‘ 1 • i .1j a – _ 01P) lINERSTON, AND LONSDALE OF THE SANDS. i INDEPENDENT CHURCH, 4,,v/ ILk:ET WOOD. TRY ERE YOU DESPAIR.

to, 1!) • i 1 it • ;?. '••• _ 11C:. e ta •l‘ 1 • i .1j a – _ 01P) lINERSTON, AND LONSDALE OF THE SANDS. i INDEPENDENT CHURCH, 4,,v/ ILk:ET WOOD. TRY ERE YOU DESPAIR.

• i 1 it • ;?. _ 1 1 C: . e • l ‘ 1 • i a - _ 01P) lINERSTON, AND LONSDALE OF THE SANDS. i INDEPENDENT CHURCH, 4 , , v / ILk:ET WOOD. TRY ERE YOU DESPAIR. HOLLO‘VAN"S PILLS. • oF AsTiimA. • Extr,et a Letter from Mr Brmjansin Mackie. a • rexpeetable dab d Crtenagh, near Lual bal.
25 May 1849 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Church Street.

Church Street.

25 May 1849 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
STEALER.

STEALER.

- --- Edward Gammon, a notorious sheep-stealer in Westmeath, escaped from gaol by sliding down along a gutter that ran close to the drop. Ile was soon missed, and the Messrs Enldeas, assisted by other turnkeys, went in pursuit towards the house of Gammon's brother. Upon reaching
25 May 1849 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
AND GENERAL

AND GENERAL

VOL. 11. No. 34.] / FLEETWOOD CHRONICLE AM) GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, Dock Street, corner Church Street. IW. POI PRINTER, ROOKSF.I.I.EIt, STATIONER, AND ACCOUNT BOOK t 'FACTURE: EK RESPECTFULLY informs the Public, that his Printing is fornialleil with an extensive &WWI tnieut of
17 January 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
determined upon endeavouring to entangle him in a sheep net. This, however, having failed, a large hamper, containing a piece

determined upon endeavouring to entangle him in a sheep net. This, however, having failed, a large hamper, containing a piece

of desh, was placed in his way, and, upon his jumping in to seize the food, the lid was drawn clown and soon secured, the animal uttering a hideous yell, which the stoutest of his captors could not hear unmoved. Fortunately, none of the party sustained any injury, and the coldne
17 January 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
ALWAYS IN STOCK

ALWAYS IN STOCK

BEST KENT MADE WRITING PAPERS, Including Ph iri.laj,l Post ; Do Yellow-wove Post ; Lame Post ; Do. Yellow-wove ,In ; Large Thin Pont; Thick no. Yellow. wore In.; Middle do ; Foolscap, Laid ; Do. Yellow wore: Dn. Blue•iirove; Ito. pyre ; Do. Ruled Bill Paper; Blotting Paper, itr.
14 February 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
OPENING OF THE LYTHAM BRANCH RAILWAY.

OPENING OF THE LYTHAM BRANCH RAILWAY.

Tuesday next being fixed for the opening of the first branch from the Preston and Wyre Railway, viz., from the junction near Kirkham to Lytham, will he an important day for the latter place, promising as it does the commencement of a new and more prosperous era to that favourite
14 February 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
TIMMS OF 222222 UME OF TIC SAILWAT TRAINS. From Fleetwood. At o'clock a. m.; at o'clock a. m.; at 12

TIMMS OF 222222 UME OF TIC SAILWAT TRAINS. From Fleetwood. At o'clock a. m.; at o'clock a. m.; at 12

10 noon; and ~t 4 45 p. tn. OP SUNDATI. At 6 43 Morning, and 5 in the Afternoeg. From Presto's to Fleetwood. At .03 a. m.; at 950 a. m.; at *3 20 p. ; at 8 50 p m. og At 9 and half-past 9• o'clock in the morning. •The Trams marked Mrs (•) will stop at Lea Road, and Salvia.
14 February 1846 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England