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ANNEXATION OF TEXAS, AND PROGRESS OF SLAVERY.

ANNEXATION OF TEXAS, AND PROGRESS OF SLAVERY.

I ANNEXATION OF TEXAS, AND PROGRESS I -%OF SLAVERY. ti Intelligence brought by the Acadia, from the United States, is of much interest and importance. The Texiaa Congress has passed resolutions in favour of unionI with the United States, thus treating with contempt the pro- posal
August 2, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CORNWALL ASSIZES.—THE PENZANCE MURDER.

CORNWALL ASSIZES.—THE PENZANCE MURDER.

I CORNWALL ASSIZES.-THE PENZANCE MURDER. | his BODWsiT, Wedncesday, July 30.-This being the day an- appointed for the tripi 'of Benjamin Ellison, on an indictmecnt ith; for the murder of Mrs. .Seamaen, so early as six o'clock in the thle mornin g the ?? was; besieg ed with person
August 2, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
DERBY AND CREWE RAILWAY.

DERBY AND CREWE RAILWAY.

DERIBY AND CREWE RAILWAY. I yesterdlay (Tu'Lesday) aI Deputation from this Compainy, Consisstinig of the Deputy Chairman, ?? 0. Blateman, sq.,, hlenry Cox, sqand Dr. Hleygate, had anl interview witl, Mr. fludson, and several directors of thle M~idland tli Baitwilay, at the Ratilw
August 20, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DEATH UNDER MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES.

DEATH UNDER MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES.

I DTRII UNDER MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES. I ?? . .. ?? .. . s 1--rsl_ ._ 1 On Thursday, the 7th instant, as lhe miller of Baslow-tnill, near Chatsworth, was standing on the brink of the Derwent, by his mill, his attention was drawn to what appeared to ie at human body, which caine
August 20, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE QUEEN'S CONTINENTAL TOUR.

THE QUEEN'S CONTINENTAL TOUR.

I TrlE QUEN2'S CONTINENTA4 TOUBR. Persons wvholiold generally that therc is nothing ne 1- tld"l the suin will yet recognise the title of this article as necw- 11The Queen's Continental T1our." No Sovereign ?? bits ever' leore imdesilch a tours inl peace. Her MajestY and her royal
August 20, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON M - sF | ?? SA, RKE. -- I LO(NDON MARKE.TS. CORN EXCHANGI8-:MARtK LANE, LONDON, MIOND)AY, Aug. I8.-The weather was unfavourable for cltiming it thle crops thle greeter part of last weekc, but the )last two or three ilsys sI livie bee,, fitie, mnd harvest Will begin very ??
August 20, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
PRIMARY VISITATION OF THE BISHOP OF LICHFIELD.

PRIMARY VISITATION OF THE BISHOP OF LICHFIELD.

P'JIMAR Y VISITA7'ION OF TIRE BISHOP OJP' LICIHFIELD. Yesterday (Tuesday) the Annual 'Visitation was ?? by thle Right R1ev. the Lord flishop of Licnricmin, in All Saints Church, Derby. A most excellent and appropriate sermion wits pe lached on thle occasion by the Rev. ' o~iA I,
August 27, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
RAILWAY DISASTERS.

RAILWAY DISASTERS.

| RAILTVAY DlSASTTR& l SEanms or MISqAPS ON 'itrl GCtrAT WaESTEI.-On Mon- day morning, shortly affter tile ?? of the train, which left Reading at half-past seven o'clock, at the Maidenhead station, one of the tubes of the boiler exploded, rendering it iolpossibhl Ior the engine t
August 27, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE LATE COLONEL ROBERTSON.

THE LATE COLONEL ROBERTSON.

TIlE LATE M COLrOEL R.OETSON. We have another distioguished name to add to oar recent heavy casualty list-that of Lieut.-Coleunl Pi D.Robertson, of thaleombay army, who died on the ath inst. of eholera, at a vil- lage between itolopttre and Belgaum. The loss of tlio nmioblc and t
August 7, 1845 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND ON THE RHINE.

THE QUEEN OF ENGLAND ON THE RHINE.

THE QUEEN OF ENGLLAND OX THE RHINE. ( Spectator.) di All Germany is il commieotion. The Rhine-lands are Ir the centre of attraction anid potentates and niobles, with ni sight-seers tirled aind entitled, are flocking towards them. P The progress of the Qreen of England tip the van
August 18, 1845 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland