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RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY SHARE UST, Jan. 3. Share Rnrhrnirs. Ohaittf Prices. *;£££' __ ?? 100 Birmingham it Gloucest. 100 103 — 105 exn 105 4 ?? Do._Bhareaiissd.7Jdi..) 174 25*— at. „ 25 loa Bristol and Exeter ?? t*l 76 —78 7sj rj 86| ?? Do. and Gloucester ?? 30 jlo— 12 pm 11 2. 40 li 50 Caledon
January 4, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE MURDER AT SALT HILL.

THE MURDER AT SALT HILL.

Some important mfdnnatkra connected with tha) recent murder df Sarah Bart; Salt Hill, tending to throw great additional light upon mysterious affair, has just been obtained: The following parucalars may implicitly relied upon:— From inquiries made by the metropolitan police, con
January 23, 1845 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
BRISTOL AND EXETER RAILWAY COMPANY.

BRISTOL AND EXETER RAILWAY COMPANY.

-«ei»l meeting or lb* shareboldero in tne above company « hem ofl the White - ion' hotel liroad-atmh fassssssntat En-fr tbe Clair, tcrahe pnritti «f asking into comriaVratioo the laijsaa forth A« report the direct of*. . i. . The having read toe notice convening meeting. Tbe (ai
January 23, 1845 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
??? ??? ???—ltnow appears that the traffic of the last six months of 1844, on the thirty-eight principal -railways Great

??? ??? ???—ltnow appears that the traffic of the last six months of 1844, on the thirty-eight principal -railways Great

Britain, amounts to three millions and a quarter or more—exactly 3.2(14,450. This traffle bas been carried on 1,522 miles of rati «ay, and 2.14 miles of branch lines, making in all 1,756 miles.' This revenue U 450,000/ more than the Corresponding half Of last year, tt chiefly Ow
January 23, 1845 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
PETTY SESSIONS, BARNSTAPLE. Jan. 9, 1814.

PETTY SESSIONS, BARNSTAPLE. Jan. 9, 1814.

Pbksent -The Re». John Dene in the Chair.; Key. John Pyke, Rev. Samuel Thoraat Gully, Augustus Saltren Willett, Esq., und John Esq. Salmo* Poaching.— Samid Fealhtntoae, one of the conservators of the river Taw, preferred complaint against Od.tm, labourer, of Bishop's Tawton, for
January 23, 1845 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 

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PROCEEDINGS AT BIDEFORD. BiDironn, Ist January, 1845. Reverend Sir, —We the undersigned, inhabitants of : defnrd, and attendants at the

PROCEEDINGS AT BIDEFORD. BiDironn, Ist January, 1845. Reverend Sir, —We the undersigned, inhabitants of : defnrd, and attendants at the

parish church which vim are minister, take leave respectfully to request your att-n-ioa to the following- points, and to intreat 'o satisfy cur minds regard to them. We saw, have heard, with regret and alarm, the continuance of pulpit surplice the part of yourself acd curate Sun
January 23, 1845 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
DISPUTES IS THE CHURCH AT EXETER.

DISPUTES IS THE CHURCH AT EXETER.

DISPUTES THE CHURCH AT EXETER. Exetex, Sunday Eveninr.—Tbe sl'-sgrseeful scene of last Suradavsas repented to-day. The Rev. Franc's Courtenay, of St. S.dwelL who holds tbe iraeter of being the mast consistent and the mt fool sh of the Posey ite priestliags nf the city, pleached i
January 23, 1845 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
NORTH DEVON RAILWAY. THE EDITOR OF THE * NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.* Sir. —In your last week's Journal appeared two letters,

NORTH DEVON RAILWAY. THE EDITOR OF THE * NORTH DEVON JOURNAL.* Sir. —In your last week's Journal appeared two letters,

one from person signing himself an Advocate ot the Tivenon Railway," the other bearing the signature of "Taw." As yon may easily imagine, these wonderful productions caused some unpleasant sensations among the readers of paper in this town, and the first impression with many of
January 23, 1845 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
Contemplated Tarif Reform.— An iaprxtaat IMS just been printed. fifty copies of it bare been issued from the press, snd

Contemplated Tarif Reform.— An iaprxtaat IMS just been printed. fifty copies of it bare been issued from the press, snd

these are said to only for aueml*™ tie Frh> CouucAL Tbe docnment is of great length, and forms more than two hundred folio The object of it to aba* the operation of Sir Robert Peel's tariff. It contains statements, in colomas, of tbe Customs receipts open each article imported f
January 23, 1845 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE. DURING THE PAST WEEK.

REVIEW OF THE BRITISH CORN TRADE. DURING THE PAST WEEK.

from tie ''Mark Lane Express: of Jan. Mtft. 1845. considerable quantity rain fell the early part the week, ami though the weather has since become more settled, the ha* damp. The complaints respecting indifferent Which ttrain year's growth has come hand hare therefWnther increas
January 23, 1845 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England