SINGULAR DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS NEAR COTEHILL.
A few days ago, as some workmen were busily making excavations in a sandpit, close to Wragmire House, Cotehill, they accidently fell in with a human skeleton, almost in a perfect state of preservati...
WIGTON - TUESDAY.
(Before E. FIDLER, Esq.)
AT THE WORKHOUSE
Joseph HEWITSON, an inmate of the workhouse at Wigton, was charged with
disobeying orders in the house.
Miss. LOWTHER (the assistant matron) proved the offe...
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:
THE COURTS, CARLISLE. - SATURDAY
(Before T. HORROCKS, Esq., Chairman, R. S. FERGUSON, Esq., T. H. PARKER,
Esq., G. H. DIXON, Esq., and R. H. HORROCKS, Esq.)
POACHING AT RICKERBY.
Thomas ARMSTRONG, of Rickergate, and William FORSTER, of Blackfriars
We have already laid before our readers the more salient points of the Educational League which was in existence a considerable time before the National Educational Union.
In order that our readers may be able to weigh...
The "Echo" says: - It has been the custom in many large parishes to
distribute the marriage service, when a great number of couples are to be
married, by reading the opening and closing portions 'pro bono publico', and
The Quarter Sessions for Cumberland were held on Tuesday and Wednesday. W. N. HODGSON, Esq., presided. The calendar contained the names of fifteen prisoners, concerned in thirteen offences. The following is the only case possessing any
Letters to the Editor.
KIRKBYTHORE NATIONAL SCHOOL.
Dear Sir, - A letter having appeared in your last week's issue, emanating
from "A poor Householder," which was altogether so onesided and calculated
to give a wrong impression throughout the country w
THE HEIGHT OF MEANNESS is running in debt for one's holiday presents. -
MR. HENRY DEANE, a local solicitor, has been *****ed coroner for the
Northern Division of Leicestershire.
KARL COWPER having resigned the office of Captain of the Gen
narrow lanes and streets. The old houses in Coupland were in danger of being
let down when the deep sewer was cut, and many people thought it would have
been a good way of mak...