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COURTS OF LAW.

COURTS OF LAW.

THE CASE OF MR MtMA Rn._-On Saturday Mr Mayer, who was committed a few days since by Mr Twyford for an assault on Mr Maclean, picture-dealer in the Strand, the particulars of which have recently appeared in our police reports, was brought up to the Bail Court on a writ of habeas
May 10, 1845 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

T H l EwR A. rEARLIEST EDITION]. SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1845. We do not for one nmoment doubt that the Church of England is represented by the most amiable and Chris- tian of men; but we exclaim with the late Reverend SYDNEY SMITH, what a blessing, at this peculiar crisis, I would a rea
May 11, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SOLUTION OF COPAIBA,

SOLUTION OF COPAIBA,

FOB VETIMAL DISEASES, Sm. y Pr s TnneSithluersttige celebratedthe e ßp I r s to n o f o c u p t a a i i b n a which few persons can take, in any form, for any length of time, in consequence of their irritating sod very dangerous qualities, liability to produce ob.tinate eruption
May 10, 1845 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
AItIVRT O► COMMITTEIC O► TUC TOWN CCVSCIL or ARIIIIOATU ON Till NOR LAW AiILA 999 AT DILL.

AItIVRT O► COMMITTEIC O► TUC TOWN CCVSCIL or ARIIIIOATU ON Till NOR LAW AiILA 999 AT DILL.

O► COMMITTEIC O► TUC TOWN CCVSCIL ARIIIIOATU ON Till NOR LAW AiILA 999 AT DILL. See. 20. In the ease of a combination of parishes forming a burghal parish, the Mailstrates of the Burgh are not included as Managers when the money is raised by assessment, p. 9. line 5 to Id. This i
May 10, 1845 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PANORAMA, ROTUNDA, OFF ARGYLL ARCADE, EN-TRAN-CE 1t No.0 43. N)WO^} EX? H BTIBITING. the PANORAMA of CABCL. IN AFFGOANXS'LAN- painted by -Mr. BuIRaoicD the Proprietor. Open from 10 till 6. AViittance-One Shilling; under 14 years, Half-price EDUCATION. p jPSCOPA tL CLERGYMAN (of E
May 12, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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Monday's and Tuesday's Posts

Monday's and Tuesday's Posts

?? altz, Viltobarlo vooto T%- MONDAY. MlAY 5. 1845. MIExOlC'r-THE ThXIAN QUESTION. We have received front Mexico the following official protest agoilst annexation, addressed by order of the Mexican government to their ex- cellencies the Ministers Plenipotentiary of Franice, Engla
May 10, 1845 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
Wednesday's & Thursday's Post.

Wednesday's & Thursday's Post.

?? & rbutollav'0 foot. Fo'RQf TUEBSDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE. LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S OFIICE, APRIL 3. iotice is hereby given, that her Majesty Nvill hold a UIrawitijF room at St. James's Palace, on 'tiesday thc *27th ol' M lay ,,et, at two o'clock, to celebrate her Ma- ?? tayig.ris ofthe
May 10, 1845 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
EMIGRATION.

EMIGRATION.

EM IGRATION. Id Onl Satttrday the 20th, ntlt the Nimrod stetimer took ti Id three Hundred andt( eighty Emigrants to Liverpool, 01 in who could not obtain shipiping accommodation dircet d( eC froni Cork. They wvcre principally front Kerry, and Ali tt the WVest Riding of' this Coun
May 10, 1845 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
READY-MONEY IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. FREDERICK SUTTON, IRONMONGERY AND CASTINGS’ WAREHOUSE, 43. QUEEN-STREET, HULL, FEELS grateful for that extensive patronage conferred upon

READY-MONEY IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. FREDERICK SUTTON, IRONMONGERY AND CASTINGS’ WAREHOUSE, 43. QUEEN-STREET, HULL, FEELS grateful for that extensive patronage conferred upon

him since bia commencement the sbvre Buiunew, and beg* moat respectfully to ioforn his Friends and the Public in general, that has now commeuced that of BELL-HANGER AN D M ITH. Having engaged experienced Men, hopes, by strict attention, sound Workmanship, and, above all, Moderat
May 9, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FEARNE AND EASTEN,

FEARNE AND EASTEN,

FAMILY LINEN, CARPET, LONDON PAPKE HANGING, & MOREEN WAREHOUSE, / 8, MARKET-PLACE, HULL. FEARfrE & FASTEN inrite the Nobility, Clergy, end Gentry about to Furnieh, to Tieit their EeleblUhmi nt. which i* t»x the nuwt extetawe in Hull, before Purcheeui* ebewbete. The iracnifieent
May 9, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England