RE-DEDICATION OF KIRKBY STEPHEN CHURCH.
The noble old Church of Kirkby Stephen - Cathedral-like in its proportions, design, and arrangments - was on Tuesday last (the Feast of the Epiphany) solemnly rededicated to the service of God.
Few parish churc
SECOND DAY. - WEDNESDAY
Mr. Justice DAY took his seat on the Bench about twenty-five minutes after
ten o’clock, and at once proceeded with the trial of the only remaining case
in the Calendar. Before his Lordship arrived every available seat in ...
the Bugle Horn Inn, Parton, on Monday afternoon last, touching on the death of
a child two months old, named John MYERS, the son of John MYERS, a drayman
residing at Parton.
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
Tuesday July 27th.- The weather up to Sunday evening was highly
favourable to the growing crops of grain, but on that evening it set in to rain
heavily, and continued with little intermission for upwards of four-and...
BY OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.
[Our readers will understand that we do not hold ourselves responsible for
our able Corresondent's opinions.]
This has not been a sensational year, but it has been marked by some very
remarkable conclusions of ev
FIRE. - A fire occurred in Berkley Court, Duke Street in this town on Sunday
evening, July 11, which at one time threatened an extensive destruction to
surrounding buildings. The fire originated in a foul chimney, and was with great
THE DISCOVERY OF THE LAST BODY.
The Paris correspondent gives details of the discovery of the body of the elder KINCK, from which it appears that immediately after the confession of the murderer, an officer of justice was despatch...
GEAR, FOR SALE.
TO BE SOLD in Public Sale, for Ready Money, on Saturday, the 7th of August,
1852, at the house of Mr. James FYRNESS, Blue Bell Inn, Egremont, the whole of
his valuable household furnit...
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