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g"LEARING. OFF AT FURTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES! C ?? Remaining Stool-, of CHINA, GLASS, and EARTHENWARE, AT No. 3, SAINT JAMES's BARTON, BRISTOL; . . TIIE PROPRIETOR RETIRING FROM THE TRAt)E. Tire ST0O1K comprise~s DINNER SERVICES, which will be sold decided Bargainaz; also, DESSE
August 2, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
NATIONAL TRADES'-ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE.

NATIONAL TRADES'-ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE.

NATIONA-L TRADES'-ASSOCOATION CONF?1ERENCE. The central committee, appointed at the late "National Trades' Conference," held on Easter Monday last, to prepare measures to unite all trades in one confederation, for mutual support, in all matters involving trades' regulations, disp
August 2, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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_T>stata aaaaij eociety was held fo —tost. The morning dawned fa- tit ""t i ■ m S aamaamsrasssasarf I enlivening daserip- W. ****** .^Ty i y m mt* aWftW Beaumont-street, the --"WS-W the pens for stock. - - - J™to»iusA, the influx was kept up for P' Ml? 1 .b«*wooa 1«» «u»d IJOO i
August 1, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
tror f'trttlittton the Lincoln, t ,sM. Ai d RV, p th' Sumiter of ptiui for tit the -rrrnmeHl-()Jfic€ in Somerset

tror f'trttlittton the Lincoln, t ,sM. Ai d RV, p th' Sumiter of ptiui for tit the -rrrnmeHl-()Jfic€ in Somerset

House, I ( ■•• Must amounts m >rt than times the amount ~( the Impression* of alt the other Ijtcolnskire taken together .—" Sir Isaac Newton Lodge," No. 1279. Officers and Brethren of the m. above intend holding their Anni* _ v smart, oa Monday the august, at the Heeee ef Heat G
August 1, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
on the above day, W. Weeks, Esq., in the Chair ; It resolved, "That the undersigned Gentlemen, being opinion that

on the above day, W. Weeks, Esq., in the Chair ; It resolved, "That the undersigned Gentlemen, being opinion that

the establishment of AGRICULTURAL ABSO- ATION would be great benefit to this Town Neigbbourhood-A-o/tce v hereby given, that PUBLIC MEETING win be held, at the Peacock Inn, Boston, the 13th of August, 12 o'clock Noon, for the purpose of appointing Officers, forming Bales, and fo
August 1, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
DOMESTIC.

DOMESTIC.

The Court will remain at Osborne House till the day before the prorogation of Parliament. Her Majesty will prorogue Parliament in person, and the next day proceed to the Continent. Arrival of the King op Holland.— His Majesty the King of Holland, fer whose reception every suitab
August 1, 1845 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Births. At Truro, on Satnrday last, Mrs. H. D. Martin, of a daughter ■ since dead. Yesterday, at the Parsonage,

Births. At Truro, on Satnrday last, Mrs. H. D. Martin, of a daughter ■ since dead. Yesterday, at the Parsonage,

Saint Michael Penkevil, Mrs. H. Heming, ofa son. ' At Trever.son, Pool, on Monday last, the lady of C, A Reynolds, Esq., of a daughter. At UlogSitVon the 19th nl*., Mrs. A. J. Ashwin, ofa son. Also, on the J4th nit., the wife of Mr. Tbomas Cbegwin, of a son, still bora. At Csrva
August 1, 1845 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
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CORN EXCHANGE, Mobd.t, J u?y » I Tbe arrivals of wheat coastwise were on\ 1 during the past week, whilst of spring corn Z^^ I home growth the receipts were trifling. F r „lv° J5e «* 1 a small quantity of oats, and from Ireland ?r ot] **l I sand quarters of that grain and a coupl
August 1, 1845 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
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No. 6558 TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1845. PRICE sd.
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL LYCEUM.

THEATRE ROYAL LYCEUM.

THIS EVENJNG will be performed a Farce, entitled LUCKS ALL. After which AN OBJECT OF INTEREST. To be followed by LES FEES. To be succeeded by MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES. Mr. Caudle, Mr. Mea- dows ; Mrs. Caudle, Mr. Keeley. To conclude with the Bur- lesque entitled CINDERELLA
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England