LIVERPOOL DISPENSARIES

... 57th—Madras ; Chatham 10th Hussars--Dorchester 58th—Portsmouth 11th Light Dragoons—Cantrbry 59th—Malta ; Nenagh 12th Lancers—Brighton 60t0(1st battaln.)—l Onian Isles ; Birr 13th Light Dragoons—Madras 14th—Hounslow (2d batt.)—lon. Isles ; Cl onme l 15th ...

STATE OF TRADE

... h 57th—Madras; Chatham 10th Hiissars—Dorchester 58th—Portsmouth 11th 'Light DragOons—Cantrbry 59th—Malta; Nenagh 12th Lancers—Brighton 60th*(1st battaln.)—lonian Isles; 13th Light Dragoons—Madras Birr 14th—Hounslow (2d batt.)—lon. Isles; Clonmel 15th ...

CURRENCY OF JAMAICA,

... Dost is, gathering strength in Tartar) , consequently a brigade is. ordered thither, consisting of the 25th and 37th native infantry and the 4th locals. Our detachment, that is, the native troop of horse artillery, 200 of Christie's horse, and the, Goorkah ...

STATE OF TRADE

... expect to commence their march back on the 15th. A detaChment, consisting of a squadron of the 2d cavalry, the 48th native infantry, and three guns of Captain Abbott's battery, marched from Cabul, on the 12th, towards Ghiznee. The 48th were to escort back ...

THURSDAY. JANUARY 16 1840

... balls, made of pit« h and tar. three do/.cu tin cases wrapped in low or hards, thicc torches, (the prisoner said they were light the grenades with,) forty ies hall cartridge, a hundred two of iron bullets, fuse conductors, iron pot with pitch in it. We ...

Published: Thursday 16 January 1840
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2138 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

THE MERCURY SUNK BELOW ZERO

... e o f p i tc h an d tar, three dozen of tin cases wrapped in tow or bards, three torches, (the prisoner said they were to light the grenades with) forty pieces of ball cartridge, a hundred or two of iron bullets, fuse condncters, iron pot with pitch in ...

FFIELD

... balls, made of pitch and tar, three dozen of tin cases wrapped in tow or bards, three torches, (the prisoner said they were to light the grenades with) forty pieces of ball cartridge, a hundred or two of iron bullets, fuse conducters, iron pot with pitch in ...

SHEFFIELD tWield Iris.) received by the gistrate that meeting somewhere in Sb eld, Orly on Sunday morning, t y re,

... balls, made of pitch and tar, three dozen of tin cases wrapped in tow or hards, three torches, (the prisoner said they were to light the grenades with) forty pieces of ball cartridge, a hundred or two of iron bullets, fuse conducters, iron pot with pitch in ...

ANTICIPATED OUTBREAK OF THE CHARTISTS IN SHEFFIELD

... of pitelt and tar, three dozens of tin cases swrapped in tow or hiard~s, three torches, (tire prisoner said frey were tri a light thre grenades raeitr), forty piece sof ball cartridige, a tiunriled or tiro of iron bullets, fuse conductors, iron ~-lot withr ...

Published: Saturday 18 January 1840
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4443 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

INTERESTING EXTRACTS FROM NEW WORKS

... , irild were instanutlc trottedt arhouit three mniter, (without a htalt to draw boeath,) to SUp. port a battalioin of light infantry, wvhich had iriprideortly ad. vancreu so far Withroll atijiport as to he in groat ?? of being cut oil'. 'Phis rratsrt ...

Published: Saturday 18 January 1840
Newspaper: Preston Chronicle
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2520 | Page: 4 | Tags: News 

Local Intellignece

... oft what is technically termned the stuffiig.-oxes had been neg- lected by a workman, who incautiously looked at it with a lighted candle in his hand, and an explosion occurred, the flame having ignited the escaped gas. The mansus- taied some personal injury ...

Published: Saturday 25 January 1840
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 11001 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: News 

Statk of. Trade.—Our trade has declined a little during the past week, with but little prospect of any ..

... caudle-cords, if they should light up. ami by they proceeded to put their plans into execution, two apprentices named Gaskell and Craws!:aw having been ordered to continue their work by candle-light: they blew out the lights, cut the cords, and threw the ...

Published: Wednesday 29 January 1840
Newspaper: Blackburn Standard
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3229 | Page: 3 | Tags: none