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THE ROBBERY IN THE WEST INDIA DOCK.

THE ROBBERY IN THE WEST INDIA DOCK.

THEE ROBBERY IN THE, WEST INDWIADOCK' TO T5H 3D01O7 OS " LLOYD'S VB3.11. iircWStAPO!.%,' Sort,-A letter appeared in your jec;rnal of ?? !ay last. in wvhich I am made the object ofi a malicioius an:t unfiounded attack by a persosa who ralls himsrlfothe re- porter of the West India
August 24, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

RATLWAY ACCZDENT3, GaREAT ESTIruo UIAcwAV.-On Monday morning, shortly after the arrival of the train whilsl left Reading at half-past seven o'clock, at the M3idenhead station, ?? of the tubes of the boiler exploded, rendering it impos- sible for the engire to proceed onwards to P
August 24, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

SoouH LAeCASUnzE.-Judging from the state of the principal corn markets during the last week, as well as from the recent aecounts from all parts of the country, and from our own observations In this district, we believe that the prospect is not worse thin it was this day veek. Si
August 23, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LIVERPOOL ASSIZES.

LIVERPOOL ASSIZES.

CROWN COURT. [REFORE IUR. D3AI1 O ROLFE.] FRIDAY, AeousT 15. Thoemas Whittle, aged 21, was charged with having committed a highway robbery, at Ince, in Macklerfield, near Wigan, on the 18tI of April last. Mr. CaOsB appeared for the prosecution, and MIr. Wnasnea for the prisoner,
August 23, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
AILMENTS OF THE "PRESTON GUARDIAN."

AILMENTS OF THE "PRESTON GUARDIAN."

| AILMENTS OF1THE "PRESTON GUARDIAN." I After cogitating, (or a fortnight, over the exposure which we published on the 26th of July, of the misrepresentations against others, and false pretences to ''pleasant rewards" for themselves, set up by the conductors of the Preston Guardi
August 16, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
NORTH UNION RAILWAY MEETING.

NORTH UNION RAILWAY MEETING.

.*7llTIE ?? AILW If .VZBTXXrGo. A Special General Mfeeting of' tho ahareholdiere ?? tile p North Union Railway Company, 'was hlvd at tile Company's Oflicell, the In this town, onl Thursday afternoon last. The number 'which te- T sembled onl thle occasion was snore than lusualy la
August 2, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
TABLE TALK.

TABLE TALK.

NATIONAL TRtAtTS.-The Bohemians of tile middling and poorer classes have certaintly less sincerity and straightfor- warducss than their neighbours. An anecdote is related illurstrativo of the slyness of tho ]3obetniatis, compared with the simple honesty of the Gernian, and tbD c
August 2, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
VARIESTIES.

VARIESTIES.

I : _ Conversion.-The Abb6 Chardavoisa, of La Roclhelle, has embraced Protestanlism. There is an old fellow, namd William Millsf ?? derry, hale and hearty, though his ago is upwards of a cen- tury. Ile is living happily with his eight/A wife. A company is about to be ctablished a
August 30, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

I V% 'T (E) La Q m w 0 THE FUTURE. BY MDIZA COOK. It was good, it was kind, in the Wise One above To fling destiny's veil o'er the face of our years. That we dread not the blow that shall strike at our love, And expect not the beams that shall dry up our tears. Did we know that t
August 9, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
have great pleasure in the insertion of the following report and address from contemporary journal, and most sure are we

have great pleasure in the insertion of the following report and address from contemporary journal, and most sure are we

that numerous indeed are those in our own neighbourhood whose feelings are in fullest accordance with the expressions here used in reference to the respected and amiable Prelate to whom the address was presented. The Bishop of Rochester axd his Clergit. A meeting of the Blackhea
August 14, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England