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LITERARY VARIETIES.

LITERARY VARIETIES.

?? cal never be good himselfe, who speakes evil of others upon suspiCioII.-Trarrieick. T ''TAXATIoN-Taxes on the necessaries of life area curse equal to the barrenuess of the earth and the inclemency of the weather. AMCluM Snifth. HONESIT WAY OF DOiNG BusINEss.-The sedate Turk i
May 31, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

1 Buiseroc AND GLOUCESTER RAILWAY CoecrpNi.-A speciaE - geeralenceing f' tis cmpan, 111 i conmpliance with thle staedig odes o tis toae o lrds tok laei at the White Lion inthi ciy, n Sturay ast II FyonIsq., in tho chair. for he urpse o sactinin a caus ?? railwa5r 1)11, wichcisees
June 28, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
PARISH OF BEDMINSTER.

PARISH OF BEDMINSTER.

PARISH OF BEDMJINST.ER. A vestry meethin of the inhabitants of the above parish ,was held at the Vestry-rooi, on Thursday morning, 21'. Churchwardesi Goolden in tho chair, The CHAIeResMAeN, in stating the business, observed that the vestry had been called in pursuance of tavo not
January 4, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
HORRIBLE CASE.

HORRIBLE CASE.

Calsm. Co-;.-C~oohe v. Wether'ell, Cl1erke.-Tlsis was an action brought by the plaintiff against tli defendant at theCroy- j" don assizes', forcriminal conversation with Ilis wife. Tue case was of a mrost extraordinary character, and it is said that thle be p.Idamages were laid
August 23, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

AGRICULTURAL INTELLIGENCE.

wet lit. REVIEW OFl THE BIRITISHI CORN TRADE. 'at- to [From tie Mfark-Lane Eal'.ir'es, Aug. l8,J 00- Tn some of the southern counties harvest operations have been coml- mnionod niand wherever this lies tieec lthe cuse the litraicrs CXDIeSs ;or- ifiplteinslivs disstictsfitd ?? ti
August 23, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 

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THE BAR AND THE PRESS.

THE BAR AND THE PRESS.

W-i"MotoI. SATURDAY, AuoausT 23, 1845. IN the absence of more exciting topics, the trifdingfracas between the bar and the press continues to attract some share of public notice. That is, the public enjoys the quarrel-as it would any other quarrel-knowing, or caring, very little
August 23, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Political Mirror.

Political Mirror.

?? jimirror. TILE SUGAR DUTiEs.-The sugar duties seem destined to be the opprobrium of the present ministry. Its colonial de- partment has in general not been very. creditably conducted; but in the matter of the sugar duties all are implicated-Co- Ionial-office, Foreign-office, B
June 21, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE LATE DUEL AT PORTSMOUTH.

THE LATE DUEL AT PORTSMOUTH.

The inquiry relative to the death of Mr. Seton terminated ola Tuesday. The principal witness examined was Mrs. Hlawkey, who testified that Mr. Seton bad repeatedly made improper ad. vances towards her. On one occasion Mr. Seton said to witnecs _" Place yourself in the position o
June 21, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

OEOLD By PRIVATE CONTRACT, Icithertogetheor separatelyTWOT'lURN PIKE TICK IITS, (i C0 ~ee ch, onf whinli Interest at. 4i per cent, per annumi is re- 01itirly Inlid The0 purchaser will be entitled to the ilaff-yeur's For farthjer purli,*iR a~ppy to Mr. G. L. KING, Solicitor, 7 FRI
June 21, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE INDIAN FARM.

THE INDIAN FARM.

BtY PERSCY Di. MT 00155N. 'EDIVARtD WILSON Was the son ofla substantial farmer in the west Of Englaists ?? had nurtured hisb With thle grifttest kindneSS, and set film out fin tslc world Ruder ats adlvantageouis eircum- stances a., possible, ?? afterwards failed in health and in
June 21, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England