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ORIGINAL.

ORIGINAL.

ABERGAVENNY ITS HISTORY AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. No. 7.— lel ax. The rise and progress of dissent in Monmouthshire form remarkable feature inits history, in consequence of its antiquity and the e\traortliuarily rapid progress 'ns made later times. with safety state that the Independen
February 22, 1845 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
HEREFORD MECHANICS' INSTITUTION, 1845.

HEREFORD MECHANICS' INSTITUTION, 1845.

TWELFTH LECTURE ON THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND, Delivered by Sir SAMUEL R. MEYRICK, K.H., ox Thursday, Feb. 6, 1845. HEXRY Vll.—From 1485 to 1509. Brother Mechanics, —From Bosworth Henry VIL marched leisurely to London, receiving much popular applause ; but while at Leicester sent or
February 22, 1845 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
GLEANINGS.

GLEANINGS.

mehemetalLTsfatson. The prince, considering his youth, most extraordinarily corpulent, and his father unwilling that he should present himself to the eyes of Europe till he has become thinner. On a later occasion had opportunity of conversing privately with the nceroy on this su
February 22, 1845 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

According to The Builder, the lining of wells with bricks is sure to render the water hard and unwholesome. . . Punch says that is expected patent will soon be granted Drs. Newman and Fusey, for entirely new method of introducing heat into churches ! The Glasgow Government Schoo
February 22, 1845 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
WEEKLY CALENDAR OF OPERATIONS.

WEEKLY CALENDAR OF OPERATIONS.

WEEKLY CALENDAR OPERATIONS. (From the Gardeners' Chronicle,) FLOWER-GARDEN AND SHRUBBERIES. Pits and Frames.—Uncover every day early as possible, and give air, if the sun shine on the lights ; water, if necessary, in tlie morning, and shut up early the afternoon. Continue potting
February 22, 1845 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 

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COMMERCIAL GAZETTE.

COMMERCIAL GAZETTE.

FRIDAY, February 14. BANKRUPTS. Christian W. A., Newcastle-street, Strand, innkeeper, to surrender Feb. 21, March : sols., Messrs. Paynter Co., Gray's Inn ; off. assignee, Mr. Pennell, Basinghall-street. Flint A. L., Aldennanbury, warehouseman, Feb. 25, March 28 : sol., Mr Cox,
February 22, 1845 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
Meetings in the Country.

Meetings in the Country.

[Continued from column 112 J. Gaxette— Feb. 18, 1845. 1840 Atkinson Matthew, of Temple Sowerby, co. Westmorland, and Jonathan Laidman the elder, of Penrith, co. of Cumberland, bankers, dlrs and eh Ith Mar. at eleven pr. Court, Newcastle, final sep. div. of Aikinson, and at one,
February 22, 1845 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENTS, Petitioning the Courts of Bankruptcy

INSOLVENTS, Petitioning the Courts of Bankruptcy

[Continued fiom column I 15.J Gazette Feb. 18, 1845. PETITIONS to bb HEARD at BASiNGHALL STREET. Abbott John, of Jndd-stieet, Brunswick sq. upholsterer, Eeb. half past eleven Com. Goulburn—Official assig. Green Adams Denne, of Canterbury, mealman, 3d March, at half past eleven p
February 22, 1845 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
patent DR. GRANDISON'S CHARITY PILLS.— A RECENT DISCOVERY FOR Till: NERVES, PATRONISED BY' ABOVE ONE HUNDRED OF THE NOBILITY.—By perseverance

patent DR. GRANDISON'S CHARITY PILLS.— A RECENT DISCOVERY FOR Till: NERVES, PATRONISED BY' ABOVE ONE HUNDRED OF THE NOBILITY.—By perseverance

in this popular remedy, the trembling hand may become steady, the weak heart strong, and nervous irritability, (so often the precursor insanity) may arrested. It has secured refreshing sleep (without containing one particle of anyopiate) to those who have been denied that blessi
February 1, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
l&atltoas \7ORK AND NORTH MIDLAND RAILJL WAY.— Notice it hereby given. That the HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING the Proprietors of Shares

l&atltoas \7ORK AND NORTH MIDLAND RAILJL WAY.— Notice it hereby given. That the HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING the Proprietors of Shares

in tbe York and North Midland Railway Company, will be held in pursuance tho Act of Incorporation in the Offices the Company, Tanner Row, in the City of York, on Tuesday the Fourth Day of February next, at Twelve o'Clock at Noon precisely. The Report the Directors, and Statement
February 1, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England