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Usali.t and Cape& IIIONAS BOST( It oullen I tr,qier and flatter, begs moat respectiolly to call attention to LW es%anima

Usali.t and Cape& IIIONAS BOST( It oullen I tr,qier and flatter, begs moat respectiolly to call attention to LW es%anima

stock of and Cap. Rom the first markets, tor style, qu +lily, cheapness canuot be surpasatd. T. B. calls particular attention to and 111. Light Elastic Summer which for and comfort are unequalled. Agent for I4Lu, l'ateut Self Regulating Bats, price 12a. Rd. Cloth opposite the Pa
25 May 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
_ . THE lIHAIIMIN'S ELIXIR OF LIFE. ASPECIFIC of unfailing in all eases of NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOSS of MEMORY DIMNESS

_ . THE lIHAIIMIN'S ELIXIR OF LIFE. ASPECIFIC of unfailing in all eases of NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOSS of MEMORY DIMNESS

OF SIGH f , L +NOMA. and WANT of VITAL ENERGY • in any of those symptoms witch result from kos of nervous ooßrr. In all dedd math ilte Eithir of Life will be found an re.torativeaod re.invigorator of the debilitated Ritution. INDIA is proverbLillt the land of the lotus-lower and
20 April 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
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Myers Prlerkowsky. NEW •TREET, WAKEFIELD, OST informs the Inhabitaata of this 111 Town end Neighbourhood that ha Buys all kinds of Ladies' and Gentlemen's %Veering Apparel, Hats, Hoots, Shoes,Sliirts, apeting,nd Lauri, Clothing, Silver hire, Ae.dor libetal Prices will be given.
27 April 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.-MONDAY.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.-MONDAY.

Ti.. Stock Exchange the re- I of the Paper by Mr. ll'rise. sod not by Mr. who, it heisted. 1 hod taken charm, of the &unman.. LO-.1 .1. Itissavt 1.. in reply Mr. W. E. Forster, • that the ,ra1...•0,1 Coufroesee on the subject of . alpine...ion rive trade hail not taken place. in
27 April 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
jilt. WA IT E. DENTIST, I. NORTHGATE, WAKEFIELD. 17 VERY RR OF OPERATIVE AND MECHANICAL DENTISTRY PRACTISED ON THE MOST

jilt. WA IT E. DENTIST, I. NORTHGATE, WAKEFIELD. 17 VERY RR OF OPERATIVE AND MECHANICAL DENTISTRY PRACTISED ON THE MOST

APPROVED PRINCIPLES. N.M.—Tereess Moderate.
27 April 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
Wakefield Green Coat Do;‘, liklumpl.

Wakefield Green Coat Do;‘, liklumpl.

Wakefield Green Coat PUPIL TEACHERS are required for .1 above School. Candidates mutt not have exceeded their Fourte. Tear, and applications, a ith reeonnitendations. stinat be sent to toe 00 Or before SATURDAY, tire dud da! of March next. Pupil Teachers receive the Collo. ing An
09 February 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
D. BRIGHT'S APHRODISION

D. BRIGHT'S APHRODISION

THE PHOSPHORIbED NEUVIN El U E NEM LI . .111SCOVEH ED Cll EM ICA L I COMBINATION OF PHOSP H ATIC SALTS, Omni*. hurs, mord run remedy for Deb& y—talem—Blriciurr. and Henan Pains—Omar< an d Iteteotion sod aad —tit-Deng luc..pacity for ed loch —I. tial or M•uly Power - aanms—llkbil
20 July 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD DISPENSARY AND CLAYTON

WAKEFIELD DISPENSARY AND CLAYTON

b PITA L. T the ANNUAL MF.ETING of the Subscribers It and Benefactors of the Wakefield Dispensary sad Clayton Hospital, held on WDDNaa DA Y, July 17, at the BOADD Rows, Wood -street,—H. BAWDS, Esq., in the chair; the followisg rewiliatioss twit ado_pted Moved by Mr. 811,AMLIY, s
20 July 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
NOII PIOUS COURT. ;Before Mr. Baroo Mutio.)

NOII PIOUS COURT. ;Before Mr. Baroo Mutio.)

NOII PIOUS ;Before Mr. Baroo Mutio.) r. R —Mr. ; C.. nod Mr. Blanchard appeared for the flaintiff; Mr. Edwd, Jantea, U C , end Mr. Kempley for the Defendant. The plaintiff is • farmer and dealer in cattle, at Carlton, near Pontefract. and the defendant, Sc, John Wm. itemaden, Bar
20 July 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
EGYPT. According to the hut erwoosta, there were 8,000 len at work ow the Saes Cruel.

EGYPT. According to the hut erwoosta, there were 8,000 len at work ow the Saes Cruel.

EGYPT. According to the hut erwoosta, were len at work ow the Saes Cruel. LATEST MARKETS. WAKEFIELD CORN )!4ARKET (From Messrs. Mackie . & Sons Curcol.a.) The weather is unsettled at present. The wheat trade is steady at Friday's prices, hut millers con-6ne their purcbmes to good
13 July 1861 - Wakefield Free Press - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England