to a national object, the extrication of CARLYLE’s memory from the rubbish
heaps of a barren and hateful controversy.
“The cloud passes away, and the mountain in its solid g...
For the CUMBERLAND PACQUET.
Many speculative men (amongst whom I doubt not may be some of your Readers) having lately been engaged in a controversy concerning BERKLEY's opinion of a material world, I shall, with your leave, take the liber...
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR'S FESTIVALS.
RAVENSTONEDALE. - On Monday evening last, the annual Christmas tea party was
held in the Independent Chapel, Ravenstonedale. There was a large
attendance. At the public meeting, the pastor of the church, the Rev. W.
HACKTHORPE - MONDAY, JAN. 5.
(Before the REV. W. MARKHAM, and CAP. MARKHAM.)
ASSAULT. - HANNAH THWAITES, of Shap, preferred a charge of assault against GEORGE PARKS, of Kings Meaburn. MR. J. P. SHEPHERD appeared for defendant. - Compl
40,000 PEOPLE HOMELESS.
A conflagration broke out to-day in Hull, situated on the bank of the river
opposite to this city.
Eight hundred houses - forming half of the town - were destroyed, rendering
With great rejoicings and festivity, the marriage of the DUKE OF ST. ALBANS to MISS GRACE OSBORNE was celebrated on Saturday at Newton Annan, near Clonmel, the seat of MR. RALPH BERNAL OSBORNE, M. P., father of the bride.
In returning thanks for his
FATAL FALL OVER ETTERBY SCAUR, CARLISLE.
At an early hour on Saturday morning MR. SAMUEL IRVING, of Stanwix, a gentleman about 70 years of age, who formerly held a responsible position in the office of the Town Clerk of Carlisle for many years, accid...
Before T. S. SPEDDING, WM. OXLEY, and H. A. SPEDDING, Esqrs., and the REV. H. M. SHORT.
A QUESTION OF TIME.
SUSANNAH GRISEDALE, a married woman, wife of NORMAN GRIZEDALE, was charged with having perjured herse...
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...
services in the Primitive Methodist Chapel for the last fortnight, brought her
mission to a close. A tea meeting was held, when the tables were presided over by:
Bootle. Waberthwaite, Corney and Whitbeck Nursing Association will
benefit from the sale and whist drive (arranged by the committee) which took place
in Captain SHAW's School, Bootle on Friday. Mrs. W. L. THOMAS and Mrs. R. S.
BROWN were the attendants at the rummage stall, and Misses MARKHAM and E.
GRICE officiated in a similar capacity at the new stall, while Miss SHAW had
charge of the bran tub.
Refreshments were served by Mesdames:
P. W. PARMINTER
Miss. M. LEECE
and special competitions were won by:
Mrs. F. CROSSMAN
Miss. H. HUDSON
Mr. H. GRICE
In the evening the rev. W. L. THOMAS conducted the whist drive. Over 50
players competed, the prizes being presented by Mr. W. L. THOMAS to the
Ladies 1: Mrs. G. PARK
2: Miss. M. WOOD
3. Miss. DICKINSON
booby: Mrs. J. WOOD
Gentlemen: 1. Mr. H. IRVING
2 and 3 Mr. T. BARWISE and Mr. W. PENNINGTON
Booby: Mr. C. DALZELL
A special prize was won by Miss. DICKINSON.