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BULL AND MOUTH HOTEL, KIRKGATE, WAKEFIELD, MR. U. PARKER begs to inform his friends J.U. asd the public, be Isms

BULL AND MOUTH HOTEL, KIRKGATE, WAKEFIELD, MR. U. PARKER begs to inform his friends J.U. asd the public, be Isms

entered to shore old established Holeforbore be hope* by strict attendee and keeping WiDee, Spirits. &e., of the finality, to wet share of their patronage. GOOD STABLING, &e.
01 March 1862 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
fIR. BRIGHT'S MAN U AL, with Descriptive Case illustrated with Dtawiugs Irmo Life, Member of the College of Physiciaus. Sperwatorrbera,

fIR. BRIGHT'S MAN U AL, with Descriptive Case illustrated with Dtawiugs Irmo Life, Member of the College of Physiciaus. Sperwatorrbera,

Loa. of Iffanly.Poser, sod consequent immunity tor Married Life, containing fall particulani for aell cure. la., by post 14 stamps, sealed 22 stanips. Contests— Physical Disqualifications— Cementite Incapacitv --Modern Treatment of hy Anis—biro - tin c —Blentiorrhagis (tionornma
01 March 1862 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS. AMERICA.

FOREIGN NEWS. AMERICA.

The Niagara, which arrived on Sanday at Queens. town, from Restos awl Halifax, brings as of a defeat sustained In Virginia by the General Banks. From these which are not very clear, it appea - s that General li elks, who commanded the cope acting in the Shen indoah Valley, retir
14 June 1862 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
.0,1 EAR! MOOR COTTAgER.

.0,1 EAR! MOOR COTTAgER.

II Chscliester Cathedral Restoration m itt ee I.ive Accepted the tt of Mr. II Algal, lot£Jslid. The question of a Government lisbour of refuge estsblishment at Filet' basing been plareil abeyanoe..a romtivny is (twining. •ith a of making . . . . lo and and ia b.y,ta accommodate
14 June 1862 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
TEETH. hIESSRS. GABRIEL'S itiVENll' ;N.

TEETH. hIESSRS. GABRIEL'S itiVENll' ;N.

TEETH. hIESSRS. GABRIEL'S most extraordinary improvements of the I are those by which ANV 111 IA I, TEETII, IVA Flexible Coralste Gums, are remitted nidestructible, and consequently everlasting, thus di. prmiog with the (miller anstcn oh the dentists. The ma kiiiiinship Oct the b
02 November 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
ADVICE GRATIS. 110OLLW SW'S PI LLS.

ADVICE GRATIS. 110OLLW SW'S PI LLS.

ADVICE GRATIS. 110OLLW SW'S LLS. M . EAKNEsS AND ItEBILITY. There estianrdinary Rill. will renovate the system And remove all ot *calor and debllity. Let the or the young, rich or the pour, try this toed - they sill wton become, as it were other hemp, i IS boat', and robust in he
02 November 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
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MECHANICS' INSTITUTION. ANNUAL SOIREE. On Thursday evenityr, the annual soiree of romnhers of the Mechanics' Instaiition was held in the Corn Escheats., which was handsomely, yet tastefully. slecolateil for the with • number of banners, flags, end mottoes. The entrance hall hada
02 November 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
DEMONSTRATION OF THE WAKEFIELD BAND OF HOPE.

DEMONSTRATION OF THE WAKEFIELD BAND OF HOPE.

The .kniiiver , ery of the Wok r Temperance Band of Bow etas held on Whit•Tuerilsy. Tue children met Queen-street about alle o'clock, headed by the Juvenile Temperance Hand, ter walk in pn the Street. U: the , town. Thee lists, banners, and mottove, ' which observed the someabm
25 May 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
W. ELL• 111. FASHIONABLE BOOT•AND SHOE MAKER. No. 32, KIRK(;ATR, WAKSFIBLD, (Opposite to Mr. Wilkinson. Brush Manufacturer), EUS to announce

W. ELL• 111. FASHIONABLE BOOT•AND SHOE MAKER. No. 32, KIRK(;ATR, WAKSFIBLD, (Opposite to Mr. Wilkinson. Brush Manufacturer), EUS to announce

that he has on hand a WELL- P SELECTED OF HOME-MADE ROOTS AND SHOES, which he is now ogle* at REASONABLE PRICES. tar REPAIRS PROMPTLI . EXECUTED.
25 May 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE NEW (STUFF WARENIMIIIIIE, 199. BOTTOM OF KIRKGATE, WAKEFIELD. J. B. HODGSON & J. HORNE, RESPECTFULLV infor the inhabitants of

THE NEW (STUFF WARENIMIIIIIE, 199. BOTTOM OF KIRKGATE, WAKEFIELD. J. B. HODGSON & J. HORNE, RESPECTFULLV infor the inhabitants of

Wakefield and the surrounding towns and v illages, that they inform the have taken the premises adjoining Mr. Place's (late Marsden), Chemist and Ilruggist, near the Viaduct, bottom of Kirkgate, Wakefield; And having made arrangements with the principal inerchunts in Leeds. Brad
25 May 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England