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LOCAL AGKKTS.

LOCAL AGKKTS.

Braintree—Messrs. Cunnington, Veley, and Cunniiigton Long Mclford—Richard Almack, Esq. Halstead—D. Sewell, Esq., and O. P. Arden, Esq, Sudbury—Messrs. Sued roan Bury—J. lon, Esq. Secretary —David Esq. Since the formation of the Company for making this Rail, way, and the allotmen
August 7, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

Kent v. All England,—Tbl« hifhljr interesting match was fMOMi on Tuesday, at Canterbury, in the presence of semal Iho—aftds of ipecUton, At seven o’clock, the hour which it had been arr—jsdlho play should terminate for the day. the stumps wen drawn. The new stood ihu*;— ENGLAND.
August 7, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
HOP INTEI-LIGSNCE.

HOP INTEI-LIGSNCE.

Hastings.'—The late high winds hnee bad a autorial effect on the hops in this neighbourhood, and they are in oonacqnanoe not flourishing ooaditioa. Dot; called 1»M)00I. , . WESTFiEi-D.—Xhe bops hare not this last week, being much in want of son and wars vofttbsr. Whailihoton Our
August 7, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
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?? ■ caa POSTSCRIPT. From Tuesday's Gazette, August 5, 1345. BANKRUPTS. George Coates, apothecary, Hart-street, Bloemsbary, to sur- render, Aug. M, Sept. 9. Sol, Scard, North-crescent Bed- ?? : ofl ass, Whitmore, Basinghall-street. oot,lll * ker ' Hi «* Holhora, Aug. 19, Sept. 18
August 7, 1845 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
CITY MAGISTRATES' OFFICE.

CITY MAGISTRATES' OFFICE.

Fkiday. John Jones, the clerk of Wacton church, near Bromyard, was to-day again brought up on a charge of stealing the sacramental fiagon-lirf, mentioned in our last. Air. Samuel Perkins, fanner, one of the churchwardens of Wacton, was present at the prisoner's further examinati
August 7, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 

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Commitments to the County Gaol.—By W. Boycott, Esq.: Elijah Wareham and James Barrow, charged with stealing a pair boots, the

Commitments to the County Gaol.—By W. Boycott, Esq.: Elijah Wareham and James Barrow, charged with stealing a pair boots, the

property of William James Goodwin, at Kidderminster.—By the Rev. F. Severne : Anne Thomas, charged with stealing from the person of John Powell, a silk handkerchief, at Martley.—By F. E. Williams and T. G. Curtler, Esqrs.: Joseph Leddington, charged with stealing a quantity of o
August 7, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
MARKETS, FAIRS, &c.

MARKETS, FAIRS, &c.

Worcester, Aug. 2.—There was rather large attendance at our market, and the quantity of wheat offering by the farmers was great, yet the state of the weather produced advance of 4*. per qr.; good white sold at 60s. per qr. barley nothing doing worth notice. Oats in improved dema
August 7, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
LOLIUM ITALICUM (ITALIAN RYE GRASS.)

LOLIUM ITALICUM (ITALIAN RYE GRASS.)

Much, and deservedly, as this grass is esteemed where it has been cultivated, it may perhaps prove useful to some your agricultural friends, and induce many who have not yet tried it, to take an early opportunity of doing so, if you will publish a statement of the advantages I h
August 7, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
[Foe the Worcester Journal.] THE WISH. Bring not jewels from the gorgeous East, Emerald, or starry diamond, or white pearl;

[Foe the Worcester Journal.] THE WISH. Bring not jewels from the gorgeous East, Emerald, or starry diamond, or white pearl;

Give me not rank or state, the majesty a crown'd monarch and his haughty sway ; Nor glory, like a burning diadem, Withering the wearer's brow ; nor wealth, tbnt paves With ease and luxury the downward road Nor science, which doth pierce all mysteries, Traverse all depths, and fr
August 7, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
The weather since our last has been lamentably wet, much so that serious fears are now entertained for the ssfety

The weather since our last has been lamentably wet, much so that serious fears are now entertained for the ssfety

of the crops. The markets exhibit much higher prices, with a tendency still to increase, and on Sunday last prayers were offered up in some of our churches for the restoration of seasonable weather. Each returning day is now looked to with much anxiety. In some places we cbserve
August 7, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England