THE LIVERPOOL MAIL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1846

... or she would certainly have been killed. Mrs. Evans is going on favourably. —Hereford Jotimal. A New Signal Light for Railways.—A new signal light, by Mr. George Hall, Droitwicb, has been very far exceeding in power or utility anything the kind hitherto ...

Published: Saturday 03 January 1846
Newspaper: Liverpool Mail
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 8238 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

when the improvement takes place in our Wool market, which we are justified in anticipating as soon as we can ..

... Hussars—lpswich Bth—Longford 9th Lancers—Bengal ;'.Midst. 10th Hussars—York. 11th Hussars --Dublin. 12th Lancers— Coventry. 13th Light D'goons—Cahir. i4th—Bombay ; Maidstone. 15th Hussars—Madras; M'ston 16th Lancers — Bengal, Maidstn 17th Lancers—Brighton Grenadier ...

GENERAL MISCELLANY

... last intelligence from India details the distressing suicide by poison of Ensign Wm. Miles of the sth regiment Bombay Light Infantry (Native.) PROBABLE INCREASE OF THE INCOMIC-TAX.—We hear on good authority that orders have been issued from the Treasury ...

IMPORTS OF WOOL INTO LIVERPOOL. 1843 184 Australian and Van Dieman's Land... Bales. 3832 54f Cape . Spanish ..

... Dragoons—Dundalk. 48th—Jamaica; K il kenny. 2d—D u blin 49th—Athlone. 3d—Bengal; Maidstone 50th—Bengal; Chatham. 4th— H ounslow . 51st—Van D. Land;* Chatham 6th—Birmingham. 52d—Quebec ; Brecon. 7th Hussars—lpswich 53d—Bengal; Chatham. Bth—Longford 54th—Gibr ...

LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET, JAN

... Dragoons—Dundalk. 48th—Jamaica; K il kenny. 2d—Dublin 49th—Athlone. 3d—Bengal; Maidstone 50th—Bengal; Chatham. 4th—Hounslow. 51st—Van D. Land ;* Chatham 6th—Birmiugliam. 52d—Quebec ; Brecon. 7th Hussars—lpswich 53d—Bengal; Chatham. Bth—Longford 54th—Gi ...

THE BROAD AND NARROW GAUGE

... last intelligence from India details the distressing suicide by poison of Ensign Wm. Miles of the sth regiment Bombay Light Infantry (Native.) PROBABLE INCREASE OF THE INCOME-TAX.—We hear on good authority that orders have been issued from the Treasury ...

News of the Neighbouring Towns

... anchor marked on right hand; had on light moleskin trousers and silk stock. George Jones, 28 years of age, five feet eight inches high, light complexion, and whiskeis inclined to be sandy; had on blue pilot coat, light trowsers—both natives of the ne ...

MULTUM IN PARVO

... An, every week day, instead of one, as heretofore, Ma Ensign William Miles, of the 0th rcgiment of Bombay Native T muel Light Infantry, committed suicide on the 27th November, in da r the consequence of there being several write out against him. Ed pr. ...

Published: Friday 09 January 1846
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3961 | Page: 1 | Tags: News 

WIGAN

... Bridge public-house, and verdict returned accordingly. Felony. —On Monday last, James Cordon, Serjeant the 40th Regiment Infantry, at present stationed in Wigan, was brought before the magistrates, at the Town Hall, charged with having stolen ‘pair of ...

Published: Saturday 10 January 1846
Newspaper: Bolton Chronicle
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 4772 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

Foreign Intelligence

... are provided with the new Albert cap, which, though certainly light and pleasant to wear, according to the report of the men, is not adapted to improve the military appearance of the infantry. The SO h have a number of elephants in their train, so that ...

STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY, on the 1st of January, 1846

... BengitChatham 8th Longlord 51st Van Otieman's Land.4 9th Lancers, Bengal, Mtaidstone Chattiam 11th I t uss,,rs, York 52d Quebec, Brecon lth Htussars, Dublin 53d Benga.l Chalham 12t1 L incers, Coventry i4th Gibralter, Fertnoy Ilti) Light Dragoons, Cahir 55tb ...

Published: Saturday 10 January 1846
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 613 | Page: 7 | Tags: News 

Bankrupts, &c

... with great succe=s; and tlie appearance of the infantry there is warlike graowui in the highest degree. The helmet need not mane of metal; boiled leather is the proper material—ventilation and lightness can easily provided tor «, and any degree of ornament ...