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HONEY MARKBTI -Tills DAY.

HONEY MARKBTI -Tills DAY.

CITY, TWELVE b’Ooei.-The out. tari, !, (Mwnl .ppeus the pfurat aonwnt to b. •atii&ctory; and althongh it might U amunS* tS the lan. share attention paid M •cmU divert in some the of mercantile man from their more lerkiml? feel pleasure asmrt£g is not case, the imports and tion o
August 1, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
S- - CALAMITOnB FIRE «l QUEBEC. It is with feclmpi of U» d«P"< coojem lh«‘ the Com- In I.oodon for

S- - CALAMITOnB FIRE «l QUEBEC. It is with feclmpi of U» d«P"< coojem lh«‘ the Com- In I.oodon for

the of the luffeetra here to anffl" to the public the occurrence of another fire In Quebec, jn 1,1 both in citent and the ralue of propert.de. to that which took place the 28th M.y, onlp before. The Committee hare rccei.ed from .arlouo “"’oers thTmoel ditireeaing acoounl. of thi
August 2, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SPECIFIC for the TOOTH-ACHE—The most valuable remedy ever discovered for the Tooth-ache is, undoubtedly, the PARAGUAY ROUX.** It Is bow

SPECIFIC for the TOOTH-ACHE—The most valuable remedy ever discovered for the Tooth-ache is, undoubtedly, the PARAGUAY ROUX.** It Is bow

prepared, without any deviation from the celebrated and approved French Patent Recipe, by Gifford and Linder, lot, Strand, Lon. don, bottles at vs. •<!. each. It is only necessary to apply It.totbe affected tooth, with aca. mel’s-bair pencil, or a small piece of cotton moistened
August 2, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
apringweU and Jarrow Trains.

apringweU and Jarrow Trains.

IT«eb-<2ay>,—Horciriff, 8.0, 10j0, 12.0. Afternoon, 2.0, 8.15. rfnytj B.O, 10.0, 12.0. Afternoon, 2.0, Morning. 10.0. Afternoon. 1.0,5.0,9.0. Sanderinndand Shidd*on Tuesday momion a quarter before fire o’clock, and Durham at four calling at all the Intermediate ■taboos, NewMstle
August 8, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1845.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1845.

MRS. MARTHA APPLEBY, DECEASED. ALL Persons having any Claims or demands upon Estate of Martha Appleby, Giks«ateio the Boroofh of the Citt Dorham. Widow, Deceased, are requested to forward tbe same, with tbe particulars thereof, either Miss EMMA GARDNER, one of the Executrixes of
August 8, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DURHAM SDMii'ER ASSIZES (Concluded).

DURHAM SDMii'ER ASSIZES (Concluded).

* • The lii upon oat -olumns last week, occasioned of the reports of Trial, and die AoenhiD Footpath Cause, rendered it unavoidable to —qH tiw following, which was the last cause tried SB MATO tUBTBEPUOI. t‘. aUaSKTr. (Special Jury). Ur. Mabiis. Mr. Watson, and Mr. Robinson, wer
August 8, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MULTUM IN PARVO,

MULTUM IN PARVO,

A dog which was chained in a garden at Paisley baa been killed swarm of bees. Hie animal ■napped one or two of the bees and killed them; whereupon the whole hive set upon him and stung hi mto death. A bey has been killed Northwich in very singular manner. was teasings horse with
August 8, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
THE MANUFACTURING Saturday, August 2. Luudb.— Tbe woollea trade this locality is still in a preaparona state. the saiaa time

THE MANUFACTURING Saturday, August 2. Luudb.— Tbe woollea trade this locality is still in a preaparona state. the saiaa time

the merchant* are eantioaa In making parrhqare, caused by the unfavourable stale of the waather and our harvest prospects. At bote the Cloth Hall* the warehouses fair average bosi- Mi was done daring the peat week. Tbe chief demand are Beavers, Pilot Cloths, heavy Tweeds, fancy
August 8, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
ROCHE’S HERBAL EMBROCATION, BmCTVAL CDRB UOOPINO COUOH, InUnuU Mtdiein*. THIS U th« only discovery affording Perfect CURE, widwrat edalnisterinc t*ter%*l

ROCHE’S HERBAL EMBROCATION, BmCTVAL CDRB UOOPINO COUOH, InUnuU Mtdiein*. THIS U th« only discovery affording Perfect CURE, widwrat edalnisterinc t*ter%*l

Medicine, the dSntltr end lacoweateoee whidi, la aU dlseeder* pertketariy inekkat CbiWree, are too weU need eoMaeot. The lovaoter Proprietor th»» EmaaoDATM with and aalWaetloa declare, that Ua aaletary efeeta have ao uiveraallf espen•need, aad goaarallv aekaowled(ed, that aaaoy
August 22, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Hose Cleland, a Deputy- )t and Magistrate, who declared, that although not Orangeman himself, he should resign both offices, in disgust at the treatment of Mr Wataon. Ha has done so. A grand Orange demonstration for the county of Fermanagh took place at EnniskiUea on the 12th of
August 22, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England