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ARTS AND SCIENCES.

ARTS AND SCIENCES.

NOW Mt(tFtOD Or 't.iN9!tC. We, have betn firssnoed by Dr Tuorbtill with 1s spcciflt.- tion of 1 petent recenthl taketn oat bT him Ior a neo mttised of noro Speedilo mid efdrtimuily tanning itcles and skilns, and of ontroctilig said sclmtstistg the csteelicte acl ftotn tre ttia-
May 12, 1845 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Bristol Town-Council.

Bristol Town-Council.

sri~tota _ot4oounrIl. iat A qtiarterly meeting of the Couneilwas held on- Wednecday. ted, reports from tbe improvement end finarncecorduiitteas ; a letter from Ahr. Zachliftha CRYsvrfwight, requesting the council to agree as to a petition for anailteration in ithe lawnabolishing
May 10, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AGENTS

AGENTS

Webster,Scawin,Ac.,Durham. KitsonandSon, Yintand Carr. Vint and Fairley. Ac., Sunderland. Atkinson. Monk wearmootb. Murray. Chester-le-Street. Col man. Oarbatt, Ac.. Gateshead, i. Procter, Hartlepool. C. bodge. R. Nash, Ac.. Stockton. Jam* sand Co., Iloughton-le-Spring. Monk hou
May 9, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
BETTS’S PATENT BRANDY.

BETTS’S PATENT BRANDY.

IR,—The sample of French Distilled BRifior you sent me, I have accurately examined; and having instituted a series of experiments on it and on the finest Fr£Nch Brandt, 1 have, in these comparative trials, been able to discover so little difference, either in their composition o
May 9, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING.

NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30. for four-yrs-old, 7*t 81b; fire, (tit lllb; six sad seed 9st«b. B.C. Lord yr» iWhitoboose) 1 O. Beotlnck John Qaant, ... .. > 1 John o’ Osont. made ail the ran a ins to the ditob. whence to the Dake’sstaad it was carried the favourite, Plantageaet then resum
May 9, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 

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May 9, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
TO LICE.— THIS DAY.

TO LICE.— THIS DAY.

LICE.— THIS DAY. SOUTHWAKK. Three powerful looking men, named John, Patrick, and Michael Carney, were placed at the bar before Mr. Cottingbam, charged with committing a most violent assault on John Uajes, a middle-aged man, whose head was covered with adhesive plaster and his lef
May 14, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
I’A K A SO L.

I’A K A SO L.

I’A A SO L. JVb. 13,606. Manchester and Birmingham con- TINUATION, and WELSH JUNCTION RAILWAY'. ( Provisionally Regitteicd, 7 and 8 Vic. cap. 110.) , Capital X 1,300,000. 62.000 Shares of £2o each. Deposit. 7». per Share. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. (lis Grace the Duke of Newcastle Th
May 12, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
AND TBAVEIXEa,

AND TBAVEIXEa,

LONDON. FBI DA EVENING, MAY 9. la the Bouse of Lotos list night, the Royal was given by commission various Bills. Tho Privy Connoil Appellate Jurisdiction Bill read the third time and passed. The House adjourned to Friday, the 16th. Id th« Common*, Hod. Members presented petitio
May 9, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1845.

SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 10, 1845.

PROSPECTUS of the v Grand union extension railway. Commencing at Nottingham, » .'i Union, Radfotd, WolUton, Bnlwell, NuthaU. Kimberley, Walnall, Oreaelcy. Newtborpe, Eaatwooil, Beawrlce, Biumley, Selatone, Codnor, Penuitlge, Ripley, Meage, Hailuy, to Amber Gale. _ Provisionally
May 10, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England