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SPRING STOCK NEW PAPER HANGINGS.

SPRING STOCK NEW PAPER HANGINGS.

T. SALTHOUSE, RESPECTFI'LLY informs his customers ard the public generally of Fleetwood its vicinity, he has received upwards of 1,000 of Paper Hangings from one of the first houses in London, and can assure them, by paying cash, he elm sell them at the same price as if ordered
29 March 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
WORSDELLIS VEGETABLE RESTORATIVE PILLS,

WORSDELLIS VEGETABLE RESTORATIVE PILLS,

w attained the highest eelebriety A as a family medicine. Their office is to purify the blood, drain t lIC system of all impurity, open obstructions, free the s for the healthy circulation of all thr fl i t s i l ir, improve digest • ,go to the root of disease and impart tone an
15 March 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
AND GENERAL FOR BLACKPOOL, POULTON, K IRKHAM, LYTHAM, ULVERSTON, AND LONSDALE NORTH OF THE SANDS.

AND GENERAL FOR BLACKPOOL, POULTON, K IRKHAM, LYTHAM, ULVERSTON, AND LONSDALE NORTH OF THE SANDS.

VOL. I. No. IL) PAYNE'S WOOD PATENT. 'Fins ritotEss FUR Preaerrimg Vegetable Substaerea. WILL W I Un - ) Thormtgl. l l%.l TI. I orytlT:t. tb, v..t riot 'nullity .qnnl in pilot Stri•intili, mot 11%efittiii' ,. .. to and by Insert.. is Sufficiently for any use • comparative short
1 March 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
FARES :

FARES :

Between neetittiod aiid inellittillg Railway clia.-ao and Steward's fee, Catkin First CA:ridge 225. Do. an.l 2nd ito. do. d 0... Deck rJ do. do. d 0... VOA MiIiCHAND.ZIN VIIOn FLKETWOuII MO GLAMOR, _ . Bile Goo. per Foot, oi Owings,— wider sit feet 2s. Bit eaeS Cotton Yarns-2id.
1 March 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Friday.

Friday.

A number of petitions relating to private bills nu various subjects having been presented, _ _ R. Peel proceeded to state the general i ew which was taken by the government of the financial state of the country, rind its prospects of the ensuing year. After refering to estimate
1 March 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 

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AND GENERAL CHEAPEST AND MOST EXPEDITIOUS ROUTE TO GLASGOW,

AND GENERAL CHEAPEST AND MOST EXPEDITIOUS ROUTE TO GLASGOW,

FLEwrisvor sib AMDBOXISAN. T HE new and splendid Iron Steam Ship "Hll MAJESTY,' J. U. WILSON, H. CS., Commander, and "ROYAL CONSORT," Roam Ew%so, Commander, each 700 tuns burthen, and 140 horse power, arc now plying between Fleetwood and Ardroessn ss folios a : From FLEETWOOD ev
18 January 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Jrliotellantouo.

Jrliotellantouo.

THE LAW OF KINDNESS.—An intelligent Quaker of Cinninati related .o me the folio Aug circumstance, as evidence that the principle of non-resistance possesses great influence even over the savage. During the last war, a Quaker lived among the inhabitants of a small settlement on t
18 January 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
Calculated for

Calculated for

DAYS. sots. Saturday 7 Sunday .8 l' Monday' ... • ill Tuesday ....7ilo Wednesday —B,ll Thursday .. Oil 7 Friday ....10 12 30 Satur,lay I 17 gunday ....12 2 1 Knnday ....1:1 2 461 Tuesday... .14 3 241 Wednesday 13 4 31 Tlinrielhy ..10 4 33 r lay ....17 6 I . _
4 January 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
_Vottrp.

_Vottrp.

A MOTHER'S OVER TUE ORATE A Itc.LUVrD BON. PT Ths light is burning bright. a pane: • erase slugs to-o;ght • marry Main. Tonna aril girls run by. Their hearts and elate,— I ern bnt think nn mins and sigh, For I desolate.. Th^re's none twatch in our old 14%ides the ho , y light. N
4 January 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England
 
itobsen & Hlsham'm

itobsen & Hlsham'm

& Hlsham'm PATENT mARINE SIGNAL LIGHTS, This simple and invention achieved what has so long been desired by Merchants, Ship- Owners, Captains of Vessels. and Mariners of all descriptions, namely, an intense, vivid, and instantaneous light, lasting from one to five minutes, that c
15 February 1845 - Fleetwood Chronicle - Fleetwood, Lancashire, England