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history from fiction in this novel, he is willing to have this phase of his romance considered pure fiction or

history from fiction in this novel, he is willing to have this phase of his romance considered pure fiction or

otherwise as the reader • may wish, always provided that the author is acquitted of any intention to use theology or controversy except in the mere interest, dramatic and otherwise, of his story of--those three recruits and that -young officer of the King's who marched out of Ch
06 December 1879 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
4 GOlNEAS.—Compete light Oak DINING-ROOM lY SUITE, viz.: 6 foot dining table, two loose leaves, And patent screw; 6 foot

4 GOlNEAS.—Compete light Oak DINING-ROOM lY SUITE, viz.: 6 foot dining table, two loose leaves, And patent screw; 6 foot

sideboard, milarette, tray plate drawers, and all modern conveniences; and suite M correspond comprising six stuff-back small chairs, large couch, and pair-easy chairs—HALL'S, 53 and 55, , Brunswick-road, Liverbool. GUINEAS. Pair Silver Birchwood Pedestal /WU TABLES richly forme
06 December 1879 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
1A CT IJlNEAS.—Handsome Mahogany DINING-ROOM "X SUITE, upholstered in leather. via. six massive small chairs, pair easy chairs, and German

1A CT IJlNEAS.—Handsome Mahogany DINING-ROOM "X SUITE, upholstered in leather. via. six massive small chairs, pair easy chairs, and German

arm eatlch to correspond. HiLL's, 53 and 55. Brunswick-road, Liverpool. 2A -GUINEA Walnutwood Drawing-room FURNITURE, comprising handsome couch, pair bungs , chairs, six small chairs; large elaiffonnier ' marble slab, large glass back, and three doors; oval centre table, gilt pi
06 December 1879 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
irk —GUINEA complete PARLOUR SUITE in haireloth V , —viz.: large sofa or conch, easy chair, set small chairs, solid

irk —GUINEA complete PARLOUR SUITE in haireloth V , —viz.: large sofa or conch, easy chair, set small chairs, solid

mahogany oval centre table, and chiffonniere to match. Great bargain.—liaT.L's, Commutation-row, Liverpool. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE. A BARGFAIN. Hungarian Ash BEDROOM SUITE, comprising dressing table with drawers on each side, surmounted with jewel drawers and French bevel-plate m
06 December 1879 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
—Second-hand Walnut WARDROBE, large plate- X. 4 I • glass door, hanging compartment, and drawers; bargain —HALL'S, 4, Commutation-row, Liverpool.

—Second-hand Walnut WARDROBE, large plate- X. 4 I • glass door, hanging compartment, and drawers; bargain —HALL'S, 4, Commutation-row, Liverpool.

BED -CHAMBER.— Pair of Duchesse TABLES, with glass attached, worth £l2; chest of drawers, worth £5; three chairs, towel rail, bedstead (a choice of patterns and sizes allowed), best palliasses. In either walnut, mahogany, or birch, according to taste. Only 15 guineas. Bargain.—l
06 December 1879 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
• THE MONETARY ADVANCE OFFICES Are prepared to Advance Sums of £2O to ON DAY OF APPLICATION, TO FARMERS, TRADESMEN.

• THE MONETARY ADVANCE OFFICES Are prepared to Advance Sums of £2O to ON DAY OF APPLICATION, TO FARMERS, TRADESMEN.

HOUSEHOLDERS, PROFESSIONAL * GENTLEMEN, And others, ON THEIR OWN SECURITY, Repayable by Easy Instalments; Also on DEPOSIT OF ANY DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY. No Fees unless Cash is Advanced. Apply to A. NIXON, Manager, 30, Brazennose-st., Manchester.
06 December 1879 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
MATIfIAS BAILEY, (Successor to the late ?Zr. Joseph Cook), FAMILY BUTCHER and GENERAL CATTLE DEALER. NEW MARKET PLACE, ST. HELENS.

MATIfIAS BAILEY, (Successor to the late ?Zr. Joseph Cook), FAMILY BUTCHER and GENERAL CATTLE DEALER. NEW MARKET PLACE, ST. HELENS.

PICKLED TONGUES, CORNED BEEF. HAMS, ETC. gots], and Families supplied with the choicest Joints, on reasonable terms. • MRS. SCRYMGEOUR, CONFECTIONER, Ac. RAVEN-STREET, BT. HELENS, Begs to announce that Orders for Confectionery for Balls, Parties, &e., Ac., will receive her best
06 December 1879 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
THE STOCKTON HEATH DRAINAGE SCHEME.

THE STOCKTON HEATH DRAINAGE SCHEME.

_ The CLERK read a letter which had bees received from the Local Government Board, dated the 7th inst., transmitting for the consideration of the Authority a copy of a memorial which the Board had received with respect to the scheme of sewageand sewage disposal proposed to be ca
22 November 1879 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England
 
Wanted.

Wanted.

- - _ WANTED, a Dairy a MILK daily; Two on Saturd a y . —Apply, Milk Dairy, Witton-street, Northwish. WANTED, an experienced invalid NURSE . Protestant. Age 40 to 50; tall and strong.—Apply Mrs. ASPITUIS, Bold -street, Liverpool. 25th WANTED, November ~ good. General SERVANT, wh
22 November 1879 - Runcorn Examiner - Runcorn, Cheshire, England