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THE CITY AND WEST-END RAILWAY AND TERRACE CX)MPANY, for the union and tension of the Metropolitan Termini of thu London

THE CITY AND WEST-END RAILWAY AND TERRACE CX)MPANY, for the union and tension of the Metropolitan Termini of thu London

and Ureal Wetlent and Wert London Railways, along the North Bank of the river Thames Southwark Bridge, and for the construction of grand Terraces Esplanades puts of the Line, with reserve for further extrusion. VnyrUumaHt rtgittrrrd, ymrro/inl ft> AH mtl FiHorim, r. lift. as, Po
August 2, 1845 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Edward Middleton, Eaq., EdghastoD, Director of the LeioMter and

Edward Middleton, Eaq., EdghastoD, Director of the LeioMter and

Edward Middleton, Eaq., EdghastoD, Director the LeioMter and Thomas rp«U. Eaq., Whaelry HUi. John Esq , Edgbaatoo, Director of the Lck-esWr Benjamin Ollett, Esq . Grafton Manor House, Bnxcigrove. Magistrate for Wamwterehirc. William Spooner, Esq. London, Director the Liverpool, M
August 2, 1845 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
PARLIAMENT ARY INTELLIGENCE.

PARLIAMENT ARY INTELLIGENCE.

HOUSE LORDS. rkurtday, July ji'l ATI 11 brought u|> tbo erf the K- Dublin IOul»») IMJI. Tlu inodioaipinatk fraud# had bad nomraoto, reqdaite number aignalurv-B to the but i qlMo*t eoatract, and they liail not inquire fmrthoy Into IhoMR, without Tic Furl l(t>lH)Uor«ill then gavo
August 2, 1845 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
MANCHESTER CORN EXCHANGE. Aug. 2, 1845.

MANCHESTER CORN EXCHANGE. Aug. 2, 1845.

Continued rainy and unseasonably cold weathej has confir-ned the iinproyeuient which we noticed our last circtiiar, and bride usinrss has been done in Wheat ond Flour during the week, at advancing prices, Other articles have excited no Increased attention, but full ces have been
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER; A01b;...«• •'•• Mr, P. Gales. Etc Mr. Gissing. Mr. Eaton Faxenham .... Mr. Jas. Hunt. A.VLBHAM

AGENTS FOR THIS PAPER; A01b;...«• •'•• Mr, P. Gales. Etc Mr. Gissing. Mr. Eaton Faxenham .... Mr. Jas. Hunt. A.VLBHAM

Mr. T. Connold. .... Mr. F. Knight ...... Messrs: Eslings. . Mr. J. GarTett. jjeccies Messrs. Mayhewdt Son. Hales worth.. Mrs. Roper ...'. Mr. Doughty. .. Messrs.Rolfe & Brown Bbooke Mr. J. ?™- Heacham .... Sir. Massingham Bcngat Mr- D. Stock. .... Mr. .... Mr. F\ Qakes. Holt Mr
August 2, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
POR THE PUBLIC GOOD. DX. ROBERT'S CELEBRATED OINTMENT CALLED THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND, IS confidently recommended to the public as

POR THE PUBLIC GOOD. DX. ROBERT'S CELEBRATED OINTMENT CALLED THE POOR MAN'S FRIEND, IS confidently recommended to the public as

an unfailing remedy for wounds of every dc scription, a certain cure for Ulcerated Sore Legs," if ol years* standing; cuts, bums, scalds, bruises, chilblains, scorbutic eruptions and pimples in the face, sore and inflamed eyes, sore heads, cancerous humours, &c, and a specific f
August 2, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CRICKET.

CRICKET.

DANBURY v. WHITTLE. the ult. match, played the old cricket ground, Danbury, between the above clubs, terminated favour the former. The bowling of Messrs. Caton, Sidney, and Jaggs was much admired, and the usual good entertainment was given mine host of the Grirhn Inn. DANBURY. \
August 1, 1845 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
m, INKS the luU' Sir lII.MiI II U.I-OUH, l!,rl : V. itli a vn of air- sting of Ihe quackery

m, INKS the luU' Sir lII.MiI II U.I-OUH, l!,rl : V. itli a vn of air- sting of Ihe quackery

so pit Talent in the present day .and ofpla if . M* cines really effective.» id good, within tin - n-a- ii all ibis-.-of the comnuinity, the remedies uf pliy-j. , i(,. f.,\ . rit, attoudant ufam royalty for g<*nerati m-. b«\.■ .w, for the first lime, been and given to the world
August 2, 1845 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
23, \EH' STREET.

23, \EH' STREET.

N.B. This Establishment clo-es at Sunset on Friday evening, resuming after Sunset on Saturday evening until twelve o’clock. * I El>. irnincdiaudv, active YOl N^* ▼ MAN, who understands Gardening, tin Management of Hones and Waiting Table. must civil and obbgingand produce a good
August 2, 1845 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
VN 'l Gt-nlli rnan disjiosed invest SMELTING of IKON, on an entirely New Sy-tcm, bfc an opjKirtunity of doing on

VN 'l Gt-nlli rnan disjiosed invest SMELTING of IKON, on an entirely New Sy-tcm, bfc an opjKirtunity of doing on

terms tliat would rea'.iw. in few vear?, full X 20,000. per annum tor tin venture. other particular*, apply, (by prepaid letter,) Mr. M Ikinjoo. Post Utlice, Brvn .Mawr, near Alicrgavtunv, Moiiinoutb'-hirc. J * 2J..,
August 2, 1845 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England