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PRICK OP BREAD THIS WBKK. *jB*C "

PRICK OP BREAD THIS WBKK. *jB*C "

PRICK OP BREAD THIS WBKK. *jB* C " I fie highest price sf Brbao in the Metropolis ■fl_T 1"- 8Jd. the 4ib. Loaf: some Bakers, however, sell til KB r belcw that rate. — — I B f '" Qxuntiti** and Price* on ?? >A* Av'rnge ie calculated. <<•;■ I Hh' i a* conc«mj the four Western Count
August 1, 1845 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

Summonses were issued this morning for holding a Privy Council at Buckingham Palace, on Friday- next, at half-past two o'clock, when the Royal Speech on the prorogation of parliament will be submitted for her Majesty's sanction and approbation. The Queen and her illustrious Cons
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts

VISIT fa Aog. 21.—At length, after more than ten days "SI^L^SS? - ******hiig, the Queen and her Consort are *t|f^** ~JBP «'*tt»tquietucs the resident of the Prince's **•*•■**■ Her Majesty, said, slept last night the very 9P**^ v fcrfc*> Nw Albert was bora.—The journey from i? *
August 29, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Structure of the Teeth.—The teeth, it is well known physiologists, composed bony structure, which covered with coating of enamel—a substance

Structure of the Teeth.—The teeth, it is well known physiologists, composed bony structure, which covered with coating of enamel—a substance

fibrous nature so hard as to strike fire with steel. Not withstanding its' apparent hardness, the enamel is, however, extremely susceptible of injury, snd thus becomes highly important to ascertain what preparattcw are best adapted to preserve important substance to pristine bea
August 22, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
mowing Tamable ESTATES, situate within the Borough aforeaaid, and belonging to the Corporation thereof, will be LOT by AUCTION: &iCHA«»eOr»

mowing Tamable ESTATES, situate within the Borough aforeaaid, and belonging to the Corporation thereof, will be LOT by AUCTION: &iCHA«»eOr»

and SpKS,jf Leaee for * at the Town-hall Stamford, on the day of August. 1845. at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, to sufficient Tenants for the best Rents that can be got for the same, free from all Taxes and Abatements whatsoever, and subject to such conditions will be then and th
August 22, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Bankrupts.

Bankrupts.

(J Friday's Gazette, Aug. 1. ALDCROFT John, of Longsight, co. Lancaster, licensed tualler—Aug. 15, Sept. at the Court, Manchester.. official assignee, and Oliver, Manchester; Applet* H«- pur-street. Red Lion square. BEET John, Bradford, co. York, dyer.—Aug. 12, Sept the Court, L
August 8, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The remains of the Rev. Geo. Gordon, D.D., Dean of Lincoln, were interred in the cathedral on Saturday last. There

The remains of the Rev. Geo. Gordon, D.D., Dean of Lincoln, were interred in the cathedral on Saturday last. There

The remains of the Rev. Geo. Gordon, D.D., Dean of Lincoln, were interred in the cathedral on Saturdaylast. There were vast crowds of people to witness the ceremony. The mournful train started from the deanery at one o'clock (tho large bell the cathedral tolling meanwhile), and e
August 15, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
i fo ARXanTBCTS, BUILDERS, and Others. appointed to carry into effect Resolution for a MEMORIAL to the hue William Allison,

i fo ARXanTBCTS, BUILDERS, and Others. appointed to carry into effect Resolution for a MEMORIAL to the hue William Allison,

Esquire, will be glad to receive Plans and Specifications (with estimate of expense) for the Erection of SIX ALMSHOUSES in the Town of Louth. The Piece of Ground purchased as the Site for such Buildings is situate near to Gospel-gate in Louth, on tbe West side of new Street ther
August 15, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
GRIMSBY Ship the August. rf~'~' Coquet. KoOmhv. trots St. John *. SVo.au*. Harrow, from M enact. Man*. Blow, ami «Sflßj

GRIMSBY Ship the August. rf~'~' Coquet. KoOmhv. trots St. John *. SVo.au*. Harrow, from M enact. Man*. Blow, ami «Sflßj

L^" l l'OjtW. V*bie. from Ha I. with good* SAILED William*. for Mary, for (root*. Ma. ia. Slow, and Wellington, fer Hall BOSTON 3hip to the 13th August, -jr-v. -VRRIVFJI Jaber. Doughty Susanna*. Dais . ana Ann. Hare* , and spam", from , Trusty Marshall , Sarah, Hill , Neptune, L
August 15, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MUTINY IN THE CHINESE SEAS.

MUTINY IN THE CHINESE SEAS.

MTUTINY IN Thi CHINESE SEAS. (I ora tbe tiring Shng legislter.) Thi Ariel left Amtoy on Sturdiy last, boaud flr this port, with aboiit 100,000 dollars in specie no board. At six o'clock that afernoon shle nas orl Chlapel Islnod. After taking the beorings of She oislond, mnd giiig
August 7, 1845 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland