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COURT OF SESSION—SECOND DIVISION.

COURT OF SESSION—SECOND DIVISION.

IMPORTANT DECISION IN REGARD TO THE RIGHT OF TROUT PISHING. A case which has excited much interest, and which is of importance to the proprietors of lands through which private rivers or streams run, was decided in the Second Division of the Court of Session on Wednesday last.*
July 31, 1844 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

Long ewnert u mi the for rein, the mort nngnlM expectation this aoore have been fulfilled. Barley Is now fast changing colour, we may rery .hortly loolc for field, dotted with rtoota- New rife, and of tolerably good quality. Tumlpi promise well; and as wheat and oat they are suc
July 31, 1844 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
The clock chimes of the royal EXCHANGE. Once more shall we hear in the heart of the City The clock

The clock chimes of the royal EXCHANGE. Once more shall we hear in the heart of the City The clock

at the ’Change, with its musical ditty ; What a fstmous occasion presents itself thus, For sounding the glories connected with us.” Due honour might thus be unceasingly done To the signal achievements of Mo.os and Son. The Royal Exchange" is the Temple of Trade, Where oft by the
July 31, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
TOWN. LET, with imme-Ith Ur*. .„d coumiodiotu Shop*. Ju.l w?ll i for business. For further particulars apply Meurs l Hams,

TOWN. LET, with imme-Ith Ur*. .„d coumiodiotu Shop*. Ju.l w?ll i for business. For further particulars apply Meurs l Hams,

and Co., Mollcitors, Id, Bedford-row. Wlnlar » VV|l ' C'IGAU, TOBACCO, and sllOl* for?/ »ir. UICKNKLL h.a compact .11,,7. , ' - .J rooms, doing good trade, situated 1 door out /. n,loW4 > turee complete fur 7/. ; also very respectable tir ' fixshop, with parlour, doing I<U. per
July 31, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
forming part of the celebrated PLAIBTOW MARSHES,

forming part of the celebrated PLAIBTOW MARSHES,

forming part the celebrated PLAIBTOW MARSHES, most desirably situate about miles from Whitechapel—the excellet.l qualities of this land are too well known to require comment, are approached by excellent roads, and, from its easy distance from the metropolis, oilers an inviting op
July 31, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 

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THEATRE ROYAL. HAY MARKET.

THEATRE ROYAL. HAY MARKET.

THIS EVENING, July the 31st,‘will be performed the Comedy of THE BUSY BODY. Sir George Airy, Mr. H. Holl Sir Fr-ncia Gripe, Mr. Farren; Charles, Mr. Brindal; Sir Jealous Traffi k, Mr. Strickland; Marplot, Mr. C. Mathews; Miranda, Made. Vestris; Isabinda, Miss Lee ; Patch, Mrs. H
July 31, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, SADLER'S WELLS.

THEATRE ROYAL, SADLER'S WELLS.

Under the direction of Mrs. Warner and Mr. Phelps. THIS EVENING, July 31, the performances will commence with Shakspeare’s Tragedy of IIAMLE T. Claudius, Mr. G. Bennett; Hamlet, Mr. Phelps; Polonius, Mr. A. Younge; Ghost, Mr. H. Marston; Laertes, Mr. J. Webster; Queen, Mrs. Warn
July 31, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ENTERED OUTWARDS FOR LOADING, Jnv 30

ENTERED OUTWARDS FOR LOADING, Jnv 30

The Providence, Ellis, for Cherburg ; Sphinx steamer, Ham; Dart, Newton, Madeira; Beata, Gottenbnrg; Mayflower, Hobart Town; Marys, Forrest, Berbice; Bromleys, Knox, Cap Good Hope; Affiance, Spencer, Elsinore and St. Petersburg; Princi George, Foster, Montreal; Pxtelina, Strong,
July 31, 1844 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Monsieur YEW' A's SALLE de DANSE."

Monsieur YEW' A's SALLE de DANSE."

MON 8 I EUR VENUA begs to inform bis friend. and the public in general, that his " Salle Dame" re.eommenced out Monotl,ittlllelVf o'clock, at hit one resideter, when he resumed his instructions in the most modern and lured fashionable dances of the day, namely, "the newest Polka
July 31, 1844 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
f \CE.VDLI KY FIRES IN SUFFOLK. Tll6 VOlithlNG CORZIIIWIODENT3 I ben hare bees tea Incenaleary tires In Suffolk Woo right

f \CE.VDLI KY FIRES IN SUFFOLK. Tll6 VOlithlNG CORZIIIWIODENT3 I ben hare bees tea Incenaleary tires In Suffolk Woo right

days, dating from Seenday oidaught 1111. of July. las klanday the rad of July. la., I heard of the brat these too hies, I was .1.. pan of Kees.. mod on coming tar as ...,...n 'eland arket. I at bad occurred at St.:sultan day. defame. I had. therefore. no inducement me It • piece
July 31, 1844 - Cambridge General Advertiser - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England