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CHURCH OF ENGLAND CEMETERY. UNDER THE SANCTION OP THE LORD BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE AND THE CLERGY OF THE TOWN.

CHURCH OF ENGLAND CEMETERY. UNDER THE SANCTION OP THE LORD BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE AND THE CLERGY OF THE TOWN.

To be Incorporated by Act of Parliament. CAPITAL, £20,000, In 2000 Shares of £10 each. Deposit, £1 per Share. THE object this Company is to establish, under the powers and authority of an Act of Parliament, a PUBLIC CEMETERY, with a Chapel andall necessary Vaults, Catacombs, &c.
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. Thursday, June 19.—Their lordships assembled at five o'clock. The Earl informed the house that he had waited upon her Majesty with the Address their lordships answer to her Majesty's Message recommending that pension should be conferred on Sir Henry Pottinger , a
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

(From the Mark Lane Express, Monday, June 16). " The extraordinarilyfine weather experienced throughout the week has put a total stop to the unfavourable rumours so prevalent fortnight back respecting the appearance of the growing wheat crop. That more or less injury was done by
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
COUNTRY CORN MARKETS.

COUNTRY CORN MARKETS.

AYLESBURY, June 14. Wheat per load, Impl. measure, 11/ os, 10b. Barley--per qr. 35s 0d 38s I Beans--per qr. ?7s 42s 0d Oats--- 26b | Peas --36s Od GUILDFORD, June 14. Wheat, per load, 12/ los, 15/ ss; new —1 0s, Os. Oats - --per 25s od2Bs Od I Beans perqr. 38s od42sod Barley ---
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NOTICES FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

NOTICES FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

BANKRUPTS. From the Gazette Tuesday, June 17. HILL, Thomas James, late Minerva-terrace, Islington, and Cumberland-row, Is'ington-green, Middlesex, builder, but now of Retreat-place, Hackney, out of business, June. 27, July 29, Court of Bankruptcy, London. Sol. Smith, Wilmington-
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 

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RIVER TRENT NAVIGATION. NOTICE hereby given, that DIVIDEND of SEVEN POUNDS PER CENT., due to the Proprietors of the River

RIVER TRENT NAVIGATION. NOTICE hereby given, that DIVIDEND of SEVEN POUNDS PER CENT., due to the Proprietors of the River

Trent Navigation Company on the first day of July next, will be then paid by Messrs. Wright, Bankers, Nottingham, the Treasurers. GODFREY TALLENTS, Clerk. Newark, June 18, 1845. STRATFORD-UPON-AVON CANAL NAVIGATION. NOTICE hereby given, that the next ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY the
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. General Post-office, June, 1845. AS it not safe to transmit Letters containing Coin or Articles of

CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. General Post-office, June, 1845. AS it not safe to transmit Letters containing Coin or Articles of

Jewellery through the Post, Parties having occasion to remit small Sums in Cash, are recommended to make use of the Money Order Office, where they will incur no hazard. Money Orders, for Sums under Five Pounds, are granted and paid by every Post Town in the United Kingdom, and b
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
GREAT EASTERN & WESTERN RAILWAY, FROM YARMOUTH TO SWANSEA. Provisionally Registered pursuant to 7 and 8 Vie,, o. 110. Offices—No.

GREAT EASTERN & WESTERN RAILWAY, FROM YARMOUTH TO SWANSEA. Provisionally Registered pursuant to 7 and 8 Vie,, o. 110. Offices—No.

5, GREBHAM-STREET. BANK. Capital £3,500,000, in 70,000 Shares of £50 each. Deposit £2. 10s. per Share. HE PRELIMINARY EXPENSES NOT TO EXCEED 103. PER SHARE M'ITHOUT THE SANCTION OF A GENERAL MEETING OF THE SHAREHOLDERS. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. Penry Williams, Esq., Penpont, Lord
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. AT the ANNUAL MEETING of the BIRMINGHAM AUXILIARY, held in the Town Hall Tuesday Evening. June 17th,

CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY. AT the ANNUAL MEETING of the BIRMINGHAM AUXILIARY, held in the Town Hall Tuesday Evening. June 17th,

1845, THE LORD CALTHORPE, President, the chair, the following RESOLUTIONS were unanimously ad opted:— Moved by the Hon. Frederic Gough Calthorpe, and seconded by the Rev. Charles Isaac Yorke, M.A., Rector of Shenrield, Essex. 1. —That the Report now read be received, and publish
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Th©second instance which the Commit:ee would refer to, as a sample, so to speak, of the real vital change that

Th©second instance which the Commit:ee would refer to, as a sample, so to speak, of the real vital change that

has been wrought in no small number of the heathen, the following occurrence that has recently taken place New Zealand. The Rev. Christopher Davies, one of the Society's Missionaries there, visited or village belonging to two christian brothers, who are also chiefs- found them e
June 23, 1845 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England