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FASHIONS FOR AUGUST.

FASHIONS FOR AUGUST.

Shot silk-* have become fo common, that plain colour* are now conaidered nmre elegant; atripe* are anil laaliionable. Hciltngotcs and peignoirs are (he favourite atyle, the material aud torni alone the neglige from the tuilelte. For young ladiea, inatead of robes of couhl, or pl
August 6, 1845 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
THE UNITED STATES.

THE UNITED STATES.

T1IE UNITED sV'2,QTES. A RPJYAI. OP T"IlE ' A CAO T'c. T1he Acl.l&(h, 11111 o.'111n01. "ori' 11f,11'.els~ttot' Olec II)'111 ?? llriie 'ill flute ?? lIP voot ox. ), iu~ll Cl no,-t' itnolyl ?? ltiie. i.Li t sII tt of ll' Ift ' ,. .1 ''U't" I Ui- 11 II il:rw li o dii briond Ill '0 '
August 2, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

MARRTAG ES. At Berrington, near Siirowshsurv, prnities Alostyn Owent, Cap- tain in the G3ld Rgittient, third son of Wililinl Mostvn Owen, hsq. if \\Woehlltiiuse, Shrltopshire, to the lIlon. GCelgiatti Louisa Nocl Hlill, youigeost (littiglitot' Of tih Right I ) n, anitd Rev. IL.od
August 2, 1845 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
SMITHFIELD, Monday, July [ill].

SMITHFIELD, Monday, July [ill].

S'AUTHITELD, -rund(ely, Jul# an. Trade ?? woe altogether very fijr, and things deciledly better, there being a large attendance of buyers from both town and country. The butchers grumbled at the unimproved prices deinnanrled r leats ?? but as tilce daadvanced,anrd ttlere appeared
August 2, 1845 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
TIIE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

TIIE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

The weather in the neighbourhood of London continues ! very unsettled, though yesterday and the day preceding j there was a very manifest improvement in the weather for ' many days previous. The sun shon • vvith great power for the greater part of those days, but the clouds woul
August 7, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
b hit us. On Ihc 2-th ult.. at Eastwood Kctory, th. Lady ■•! the Lev. H. Western I'luinpti-e. of a

b hit us. On Ihc 2-th ult.. at Eastwood Kctory, th. Lady ■•! the Lev. H. Western I'luinpti-e. of a

daughter. On the 2"* th nit., at L.-uton Cottage, n. ar Notnm-ham, the wife i nf ( aptain Walt, i lit aujolois Campbell. Matl-ofti, - r. '•> ■' -"■>• On Sunday la-l. at Deiwriit Bank, the Lad;, ol Edward sti.it., ?? M.P.. of a daug.it I. , , .-v c,„, Kimr- i (Hi the SKI. ?? a) F
August 7, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 6. 1845

WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 6. 1845

FRIGHTFUL RAILWAY COLLISIONS. On Wednesday, collision, attended with the most serious eonsociuencea, look place on the line of the London and Birmingham Railway, within a short distance of the Camden station. It ap(>ears that the Lancashire mail, which is timed to arrive the Kns
August 6, 1845 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
SHEEP.

SHEEP.

CIAME Astray, Monday. Juno tho J'Hh, TWENTY’ THREE Owner may have them applying to Mr. Edmund Land, Farmer, Ixvlgc. near larlingford, Norfolk, by paying for the keep and expense*. Kilo. FARM TO LET. about C5O AGUES of Land, ritual. within a short distance of Norwich. Apply, tto
August 6, 1845 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
11QA 311 22P.

11QA 311 22P.

of excellent Arable and Pasture Land, lying in a ring fence, m convenient Inclusurts, and a bigb state of cultivation. Copyhold of the Manor of Mutford... . . Xl*. 3r. 17i*. Ditto Carlt--n Hall, a ti nement, and 11 2 U The residue is Krtehold. Lot 2. Four Pieces of superior Aiab
August 6, 1845 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
SUFFOLK SUMMER ASSIZES. CROWN COURT. Child Murder. Catherine Jarrold, the younger, aged 21, and Catharine Jarrohl, the elder, aged pleaded

SUFFOLK SUMMER ASSIZES. CROWN COURT. Child Murder. Catherine Jarrold, the younger, aged 21, and Catharine Jarrohl, the elder, aged pleaded

Not (Sinlty loan mdictroent charging the first-named prisoner with lh- v. ji murder of her male child, at Stanton, on the 12th of December last, and the cider prisoner with harbuuring and encouraging her after the commission that crime. From the evidence of Miss Davey, a invalid
August 6, 1845 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England