CROSS STREET ACADEMY, WHITEHAVEN
( Formerly of Chester College, and for the last eight years Master of Trinity
School, in this town,)
Respectfully informs the inhabitants of Whitehaven and it's vici...
At the Chester Assizes on Saturday, Samuel Little FORD, foreman at a
Stockport Colliery, was charged with the manslaughter of Samuel POTT a miner.
On October 2nd the prsioner was in charge of a firing party, when a shot
missed fire, and...
The Ullswater Fox Hounds will meet on Saturday, Jan. 10th, at Abbey Gate, for "The Divisions;" on Tuesday, the 12th, at Lazonby Fell; and on Thursday, the 15th, at Barron Wood, - at 10.30 a.m.
The Greystoke Beagles will meet on Monday, the 12th Jan.
owing to a rumour that a woman had been murdered on the Sands on Saturday
evening. Happily the rumour was unfounded.
A shocking outrage however, had been committed on a youn...
preached in the Wesleyan Chapel, Workington, on Sunday last.
Sermons were preached morning and evening by the Rev. J. KERNICK, the
junior minister for the Workington circui...
At the Wigton Police Court on Friday, John STUBBS, dock labourer, at
Silloth, but who comes from Longtown, was charged with stealing £4 10s in gold and
some silver from the person of David PUGH, master of the Amity, of Carnarvon,
now lying in...
by our Special Correspondent.
Our readers will understand that we do not hold ourselves responsible for our able Correspondent's opinions.
If SIR HENRY THOMPSON, the eminent surgeon, who was knighted several years ago for an operation on the the Qu...
On Tuesday night a young man named Thomas MILLER, residing in Mount
Pleasant, was killed in the yard at William Pit.
The deceased was employed there as a wagoner, and was letting a railway
truck filled with coal out fro...
OPENING OF A CHAPEL AT EAMONT BRIDGE.
The new iron chapel just built in the village of Eamont, was opened for
divine service on Sunday last. It was built by Mr. CHARLES KENT, of 297,
Euston-road, London in about two months, and the contract was £280.
MAXWELL-BAIRD - At 20, Belhaven Terrace, Glasgow, on the 20th April 1880, by
the Rev. R. ARMSTRONG, M. A., of St. Matthew’s Parish, and the Rev. John
DOWNES, of East Kilbride Parish, Sir William MAXWELL, Baronet, of Calderwood,