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RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

d CONVERSION OP THlE KENNET AND AVON CANAL NAVI- it GATION IrTO A tAILWAY.-Re'iding, Tuesday.-A special meet- t, ing of the proprietors of the Kennet & Avon Cnnal Navigation a was held at the Great Western hotel, near the railway-station, Reading, on Tuesday afternoon last, for
August 30, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MAR1KET INTELLIGENCE. ot LONDON CORN EXCOIANGE.-itOndaYi. 'fle ?? of itg1istt wheat tothub dey'S itorketivwoo onlt moderate, Idbet th itiitaii theiweather caused the tradle to open very itdull, andI dtttlle,1e oteatois showed stifne dst SIteVal 10tereis titto wats obtained last w
August 30, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NUPTIAL BANQUET AT THE ROYAL GLOUCESTER HOTEL.

NUPTIAL BANQUET AT THE ROYAL GLOUCESTER HOTEL.

N1XPTXIAL nLNQUIET IT TH'S MOAL GLOUCESTER NOTEL The grand festival in honour of her M.jesty's alliance with Prince Albert, at the assembly room of Ivatts' Royal Gloucester Hotel was attended by upwards of 120 of the most respectable of our fellow-citizens, among whom were,. Revd
February 15, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

DDOZMSTIO ZIN WL;X.'Lvm. The news of the melancholy death of the Duke of Orleans was published nearly as early in London as in Paris, tile sad occurrence appearing simultaneously in the Thursday's papers of both capitals-a proof of tile rapidity with which intelligence is conveye
July 23, 1842 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
his late Residence for the convenience of Sale.

his late Residence for the convenience of Sale.

...» ■ ...v nv.v, MIC VAJUTCUICUVC OttlC. The Household Furniture comprises mahogany fourpost. tent, and other bedsteads, with fhrniture ; feather and milpuff beds, mattresses, and bedding ; painted wardrobe, mahogany and painted chests of drawers, and other chamber furniture ;
July 22, 1848 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ANNUAL SALE OF LONO-WOOLLED RAMS, LITTLE BADMINTON. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. MR. F. FRANKCOM begs to inform the Public that he has instructed

ANNUAL SALE OF LONO-WOOLLED RAMS, LITTLE BADMINTON. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. MR. F. FRANKCOM begs to inform the Public that he has instructed

Mr. J. PULLEN to offer for unreserved SALE AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, the day of July, 1848, About Thirty-Two Shear-Hog RAMS and Four older TUPS* when he will pleased to see any Gentlemen who will favour him with their company. Sale to commence at Three o’clock.
July 22, 1848 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
mmnxy* STD SOUTH WALES ADVERTISER:

mmnxy* STD SOUTH WALES ADVERTISER:

STD SOUTH WALES ADVERTISER: RUDGEWA Y, STAPLETON. To be SOLD PRIVATE CONTRACT, Two newly, built FREEHOLD COTTAGES, at RCDGEWAY, near the Fi*hpood*, in the parish of STAPLETON. Two Xiiaa from Bristol The Hoasee contain fire roome each, and etaad about Forty of Land, laid oat as Ga
July 22, 1848 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FAMILY MOURNING.

FAMILY MOURNING.

A moat extensive and completely assorted Stock of every requisite for Family Mourning, to which great attention has been paid in the selection. AT HALFPRICE: SUMMER DRESSES. PRINTED MUSLINS. BALZORINEB. MOSAIC SATTIN STRIPED BAREGES. DELAINES, CHINESE SATTIN WASHING DRESSES, Ac.
July 22, 1848 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
INQUESTS.

INQUESTS.

Held before JT. B. GRINxoy, En., Coroner. On Saturday, at tke Infirmary, on the body of a man named Samuel iiolland;i aged h7, unmarried, who was a painter, living with Richard Hyatt, in Gloucester-lane. On Friday afternoon he complained of pain in the bowels; he refused medical
September 1, 1849 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FLAX BOURTON, SOMERSETSHIRE ELIGIBLE FAMILY RESIDENCE AND LANDS ADJOINING FOR SALE.' MESSRS. FARGUS & SON are instructed to offer for

FLAX BOURTON, SOMERSETSHIRE ELIGIBLE FAMILY RESIDENCE AND LANDS ADJOINING FOR SALE.' MESSRS. FARGUS & SON are instructed to offer for

SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the COMMERCIAL SALE-ROOM, Bristol, THURSDAY, the 16th day of November, IH4K, Two o clock in the Afternoon (subject to such conditions will then be produced), in One Lot, and with immediate poMwfon, A substantial and modem-built MESSUAGE or Dwelling-Hou
November 4, 1848 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England