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Accidents and Offences.

Accidents and Offences.

ILBR Expu)sion.-A fatal boiler siontook place Tuesday night, the Byer.' Colliery, «tuate at place called about miles west of Newcastle-on-Tyne. The colliery i, one, the property of Messrs. Bowes, who ire sever*! pits m that locality and has only been in operation months. The wor
17 January 1862 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
The West Briton.

The West Briton.

TRURO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1862. "PRISCA FIDES." Now that America has made the proper concessions in the affair of the Trent, we feel strongly inclined with Mr. Gladstone to take everything in good part, without suffering ourselves to be tempted to criticise any portion of their
17 January 1862 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
The difficulties of the Federal States are evidently not destined to cease with the settlement of the Trent, affair. The

The difficulties of the Federal States are evidently not destined to cease with the settlement of the Trent, affair. The

latest arrival from America brings the intelligence which has been looked for for some time that the Banks have found it necessary to suspend specie payments. It is hardly necessary to remark that this does not mean either that America has reached the verge of bankruptcy, or tha
17 January 1862 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Legal Intelligence.

Legal Intelligence.

EXETER DISTRICT COURT OF BANKRUPTCY. (Before Mr. Commissioner A ndrews.) WEDNESDAY, JANI.'ART 8. Re Samuel Horswell, draper and grocer, Padstow. This was sitting for certificate. Mr. G. Hirtzel appeared for the assignees, and Mr. FitrKß appeared for the bankrupt. Mr. Hirtzel, th
17 January 1862 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
The Eruption of Vesuvius.

The Eruption of Vesuvius.

The destruction of a city which numbered 22,000 inhabitants is so startling fact that I trust I shall not weary you by sending some statistics which I have this week gathered ou the spot. Covered with snow, vomiting ashes still like ten thousand horse power factory chimney, with
17 January 1862 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Mining Intelligence.

Mining Intelligence.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN MINING MARKETS. Messrs. Webb and Geach, of the Stock Exchange, and 8, Finch-lane, London, compiled Review of the British Foreign Mining Markets for the year 1861, with prices, dividends, ore sales, &c., kc. Mine adventurers, and all parsons who
17 January 1862 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

Votes of Cornish Members.—ln the division in the House of Commons on Wednesday upon the second reading of Mr. Cowper Temple's Suburban Commons Bill, which was carried by 133 to 77, Mr. St. and Mr. A. Young voted with the majority. Mr. Bastwick voted with the minority. No other C
19 May 1870 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
TESTIMONIAL TO COLONEL ARCHES.

TESTIMONIAL TO COLONEL ARCHES.

There was presented on Monday last Colonel Archer, of Trelaske, chairman the South Railway, elegant silver epcrgne and candelabra, a memorial of the success which has crowned the efforts of himself and coadjutors. The subscribers to the testimonial were over one hundred in numbe
19 May 1870 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
THE CHELSEA TRAGEDY.

THE CHELSEA TRAGEDY.

Murder of a Clergyman- and his Housekeeper. frightful doable murder has been perpetrated at Chelsea, district in tbe sooth-west of Los don, the victims being the Rer. Frederick Haelin, clergyman over 70 Team of age, aad his housekeeper, Mrs. float. The body of the Utter was disc
19 May 1870 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
~~W A E D, FIVE SIX HUNDRED TONS of light or wrought SCRAP IRON. Apply to Mr. S. SARA, Engine

~~W A E D, FIVE SIX HUNDRED TONS of light or wrought SCRAP IRON. Apply to Mr. S. SARA, Engine

Works, Penryn. WANT E D, BY YOUNG MAN, situation as CLERK. Five years' experience. Good references. Address, G. H., Post Office, Truro. WANTED, Christian Woman, age about 30, as a COOK ia Boarding School ; Scullery-maid kept Apply to Rev. J. THOMPSON, Hart House, Tregooy. WANTED
19 May 1870 - West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser - Truro, Cornwall, England