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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1845.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1845.

DERBY AME'RCURY. IWEDNESDA)AY, AUGUST ;, 1845. Parliament will be prorogued on Saturday. It is understood that, on the evening of that day, her Majesty will embark on her continental tour. The proceedings in Parliament during the past week have been entirely of' a routine charact
August 6, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

IVESLE YANA CONFERENCE, 'jilt ole t10 UtIndIl and secondi minimal Conference of this large ttlill inlititeititl body Nvils cittittmlenced at Leeds oil jj'edl- o;'>d]ty list. Dottintg tile past fortilight utillisiels fromll a ti-.ilitt't' ?? to arlrivi', chllcly cotnsistin g of tl
August 6, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

TIHE ]ll'A TIJlER AND THE CROPS. A (cold and ?? atisiospiicie, l~ith occasional sholwers at intervals, irsvtiils, a and rdso the llgrai crops. Already they are fully fourteel days later than at this period last. year; i[iss although the granm is all Standing, a[isf ani ilmeise bh
August 6, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ILLIARDS.-MHE ARGYLL BILLIARD B ROOMS, 218, REGENT-STREET, nearly opposite to Conduit- street. ho NOTICE-To BILLIARD PLAY~rt.-The Ar-yll Rooms have been fitted up regardless of expense, and opened expressly for a Public Billiard Establishment of the most superior description. THE
August 3, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COURT AND FASHION.

COURT AND FASHION.

| SATURsx.-At ten o'clock the Queen drove from Osborne House to Norris Castle, in a pony carriage, to pay a visit to the King of the Netherlands. Prince Albert accompanied her Majesty on horseback. His Majesty returned with the Queen in the pony carriage to Osborne _HouTe. The i
August 3, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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GLASGOW, AUGUST 1.

GLASGOW, AUGUST 1.

GLASGOW, AUGUST 1, a 4ccd -Qn Tuesdav forenoon about 11 o'clock as a fane boy, 14 years of age, the son of a carter, residing in s Tradeston, was passing along Clyde Buildings, at the q tdepot of the Glasgow and Ayrshire Railway, fronting te tClyde, lie met with an accident, unde
August 1, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
PUBLIC MEETING OF THE SPIRIT DEALERS OF GLASGOW.

PUBLIC MEETING OF THE SPIRIT DEALERS OF GLASGOW.

PUBLIC ILEETTING OF THlE SPIRlT DEALERS OF . G!LASG OWN. On TsisesloV afternoon, about one o'clock, a osonerli meeting of spirit dealers, ail Of tlltose rticsr3telweith the spirit trade in (lago I.saol r' e iber, wvas hehl in Cue Trades' Balli Glascford i StbeC - 'or Ct j'rposei
August 1, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
LONDON, AUGUST [ill].

LONDON, AUGUST [ill].

LON-DON, ATGLST 9. _ be Peso/ ('ourt?---ti '._Ic7r M'Lajesty has idone Rehert Bell, no Esq., tite hizh honour of presenting- him with a trulv 5t' ?? vase, in acknoxrietgmentzof the promptitudie nn wit tvowih he !atelv surrenlered his magnificent seat, t, :Nolris Last:!-. in th!e
August 4, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FRIGHTFUL COLLISION ON THE BOSPHORUS.

FRIGHTFUL COLLISION ON THE BOSPHORUS.

FRIGHTFUL COLLI<M-N ON T11E BOSPHIORITS. 4 - -L5 ' ~ , I` II ?? I. ! T.OSS OF WNE rtllnDRfED AND TflTVt-rzyzE LllES. (Froet the Correqsuectcnec of the 3L'rnuresig Gnryic/ii) Cxonstantinoplpe, JL;ir i On the nizlht of the 1ith instant, on the Black Sea. about fortv| Tmliles ?? of
August 4, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE Or FRIDAY. WAIL OrFicE, JUoy 29. Her MJaiesty has been pleased to appoint General his Majesty the King of the Netherlands, ?? to be a Field Marshal in the A rin. WAR OFvicE, AUG. 1. 421 L ight Dre onns-Li'ent. It. Portal, from the 41st Foot, to be Lieutena
August 4, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland