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REVIEW IN HYDE PARK.

REVIEW IN HYDE PARK.

In c»nsequenre of tbe unfavourable state of tbe w . tha grand review of the household troops and tm* . „j ar illery, by Field Marshal his Majesty the King °' } __ ce t the Duke of Wellington, and a number of general o -^ which was appointed to take place in Hyde l arK morning, i
August 2, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
J} K LOIUM, via DOVER and OSTEND.— That bov,_ , lT' va "* c ' 1 ,r, ' n Steam-ship,

J} K LOIUM, via DOVER and OSTEND.— That bov,_ , lT' va "* c ' 1 ,r, ' n Steam-ship,

the ONDINE, leaves OSTi'v* for OSTEND every MONDAY and FRIDAY, and hAY for BOVKR every WEDNESDAY and SATCK- ax i according to tide. ?? Hours of Departure from Dover. .O-y^Av I,gURtS ' nt Hn ' f l' ast Twelve noon. arrival V A "P UK t H. ata Quarter past Two afternoon (on the i*
August 4, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TIIE NA VY.

TIIE NA VY.

Naval Ordnance.— The following table shows the com- parative ranges of the 8-inch gun, projecting hollow shot of 561b. weight, and of the old and new pattern 32- -pounder:— Ranges. Charge. 2 deg. 5 deg. 8 inch gun 65 cwt. 10 Ib. 1130 yds 1920 yds 32 ?? 56 ?? 10 ?? 1130 ?? 1964 3
August 1, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BELGIUM.

BELGIUM.

BRUSSELS, July 30. M. Blanco White, the Belgian consul at Seville, has just informed the government of this country that, in consequence of the high price of cast iron in England, there is a good op- portunity to sell Belgian produce in Andalusia, and parti- cularly in the above
August 1, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TIIE LATE FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE.NORTHERN AND EASTERN RAILWAY.

TIIE LATE FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE.NORTHERN AND EASTERN RAILWAY.

TIIE LATE FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE NORTHERN AND EASTERN RAILWAY. CHESTERFORD, August fi. It turns ont that the accident, although bad enough, is by no means as bad as it has been reported, 'ihe place where it occurred is situated half way between A\ endon and Chesterford, about a mi
August 7, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE

BRIGHTON RACES— Wednesday The Pavilion Stakes of 60 soys each ; h ft, for two-yr-olds. T.Y.C. Five Subs. Duke of Richmond's Tug Net (Nat) Walked over The Brighton Stakes of 25 soys each ; 15 ft, and only 6 if de- clared, with 100 added ; the second saved his stake." The Old Cour
August 7, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Lord John Russell last night, in moving for a return of the amount of corn in bond, delivered a long

Lord John Russell last night, in moving for a return of the amount of corn in bond, delivered a long

speech, recapitulating all the measures of the session. The Morning Chronicle compliments the noble lord upon the contrast between his speech and the speeches of Lord Lyndhurst and others, during the Whig administration. The compliment, however, is scarcely merited. Lord Lyndhur
August 6, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NAVY.

THE NAVY.

" SHIPS— THE QUEEN," &c. Uuder this title a parliamentary paper was issued yester- day, containing a return moved for by Capt. Pechell, of the foreign and home service complements of officers and crews, including Royal Marines, of the Queen 110, Trafalgar 120, St. Vincent 120, H
August 6, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LIVERPOOL COMMHRCIAL AND TRADING.INTELLIGENCE.

LIVERPOOL COMMHRCIAL AND TRADING.INTELLIGENCE.

LIVERPOOL COMM HRCI AL AND TRADING INTELLIGENCE. LIVERPOOL, Tuesday Evening. The weather to-day is of the worst character. From an early hour this morning there has been a continuous fall of heavy rain. Strange to say the barometer remains steady. The llibernia steamer sailed to-
August 6, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LEEDS AND WEST RIDING AND WEST YORK-.SHI UE RAILWAYS.

LEEDS AND WEST RIDING AND WEST YORK-.SHI UE RAILWAYS.

LEEDS AND WEST RIDING AND WEST YORK- SHI UE RAILWAYS. The great contest betwe -n these contending companies, which has agitated the railway interest in West York- shire for the last two years, is at length brought to a close. Deputations of the two companies had a meeting by appo
August 4, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England