anniversary of the Primitive Methodist Mission, Grasslot, by Miss. Mary RIDLEY,
of Prospect. The attendance at both services was large.
On Tuesday the annual tea meeting was he...
A few weeks ago a lady of genteel appearance. rather below the middle
size and pretty looking, called at the shop of Mr. MOORE, in the Market-Place,
and requested him to put up three pairs of shoes to fit two children of the
Trader from London
The Robust Captain THOMAS, will leave Whitehaven in a few days for London. On
her arrival there, she will immediately load at Symon's Wharf, to return to
Notice will be given of her arrival o...
Methodist Chapel, Maryport, during the last six weeks and attracting very
large audiences of all denominations of Christians, is, we understand about to
leave Maryport for ano...
The Queen and Princess Beatrice and suite reached Windsor from the Continent
on Saturday evening.
The Queen has conferred a baronetcy on Mr. A. ALLSOPP of Hindlip Hall, late
M. P. for East Worcestershire.
Her Majesty has b
The Daily News’ Cabul correspondent telegraphs -
“Foraging parties from General ROSS’s force have been fired on by the Neukh
tribesmen, who were punished last November. On a force moving to cover the
foraging parties the enemy retired. A reconnaiss
The usual New Year benefactions were dispensed at Edenhall on New Year's day.
Two four-year-old prime Highland bullocks, purchased in 1872, from MR. HUDSON of Whale, and fed on the home farm, weighing conjointly nearly 100 stones, slaughtered by WI
TESTIMONIAL TO MR. JOHN SLINGER, OF WARCOP.
On Friday evening, the 2nd inst., a large and influential meeting was held in the Temperance Hall, at Warcop, for the purpose of presenting to MR. JOHN SLINGER, a valuable testimonial as a token of the gener
"LOOK HERE!" - Numerous, indeed, are the stratagems not unfrequently
resorted to by our shopkeepers, as an incentive to induce the public to become
purchasers of their wares; but all others are completely cast in the shade
On Wednesday Mr. Norris NICHOLSON and a jury of 23 gentlemen concluded an
inquiry at the White Hart, Brislington, Bristol, into the sanity of Mr. Charles
Pierre MELLY, a member of the firm of MELLY Brothers, merchants, Liverpool.
The petitioner in