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IHEALTH FOR ALL"! PATRONIZED BY THE GREATEST NOBLES IN THE LAND. TT OLL 0 W A Y ' S P I L L'S. 1 Copy of a ;Letter from RIB GRAcE THEB Ducri o; PORTLAND to MIs. ANN MELLISH, (one of his Tenants,) IhoN His Grace was pleased to send as a Patient to the Proprietor of this Extraordin
August 28, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
PLYMOUTH, DEVONPORT, &c.

PLYMOUTH, DEVONPORT, &c.

awe M, m DEVOrJpO v FANCY FAIR AT SALmTBM.-A grand Fancy Fair ,was held on tha beauitifll domain of the Earl of Morlty, at Saltram House, Thn rsday, and continued on lFridqy, ju aid of the Plympton St. Mary Schools. Thousands of the most respectable t inhabitants of Plymouth, Dev
August 21, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

The Twentieth Half-yearly general Meeting of the Pro- t rietors was hold at ?? s Oiiicos, Bristol, oi Thurasday last. There waso a very full ?? of ShMeholUlOrS. Precisely at one o'clock, CHARsLus itUssELt., Esq., sAte., Chairmnan of tboe Board of Directors, presidod. IThe Secret
August 21, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CORNWALL ASSIZES.

CORNWALL ASSIZES.

NISI PRIUS. Rowe v. Williains.-Mr. Cockburn and Mr. Smith weve counsel for the plaintiff, and Mr. Merivale for the defendant, This was a simple action of debt for fE7. The verdict for the defendant. Tomns v. Marlin.-Mr. Sergeant Kinglako and: Mr. Slado were counsel for tre plain
August 7, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

late Mell of gt. vtcane. This well, situate about three miles from the town of Liskeard, and within a short distance of the chuoch of St. Keyne, is the most celebrated spring in Cornwall. The only thing at ill striking in the locality is the four large trees-an oak, an ash, an e
August 7, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

)IGCINAL CORRtESPONDENCE. THE DIC2ToN /UARDENER. 'o Me EDiTOR of the EXETER I'LYING-POST. MR. EDIronr.-Allow me to request you to insert a few' remauks, in reply to the above gentleman; bitt I muet'say it is, or will be considered a misnomer, to address him as a gentleman. I am s
August 7, 1845 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
53A. 3R. 5P.,

53A. 3R. 5P.,

of wbicli 42a. 3r. 2bi'., arc Arable, and Io.t. 3r. I0r,« Pasture, lying within King Fence, and near to several good corn markets. The Building* and about 47a. nf Land are Copyhold of ih - Manor of HinJerclay, Fine Arbitrary, and residue Freehold. Land-tax s*. tirf. H«nt-cbargc
August 13, 1845 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
CAMBRIDGE, AUGUST 18.

CAMBRIDGE, AUGUST 18.

. . ... MAHRIKI). t)i. the ;n.t . Mr. W. Allen, l.ulelier, to Rirah, Jo tehter uf the lute Mr. H„bt. Ir.th ..I this, low,, Ihursday last, Thames Oitton, John R»iily. K**i.. onlest son James Milos Reilly, , loon Havin. , i.;t-f.f Down, Augusta, young, st daughter the Right 11, Si
August 20, 1845 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
IN ELMBWELL and NORTON

IN ELMBWELL and NORTON

ELMBWELL and NORTON LOT 2. small but very eligible FARM, adjoining the Buttenhaugh Green Road, an excellent Farm House of recent erection, with convenient offices ; substantial timber-built barn, stable, cow-house, walled in-yard, a large very productive Garden, and 18a. Ok of ca
August 20, 1845 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
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August 20, 1845 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England