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TO THE VROVIBIOKAL COMMITTEE OF THE CBEIMS-

TO THE VROVIBIOKAL COMMITTEE OF THE CBEIMS-

TO THE COMMITTEE OF THE CBEIMS- FORD SND RAILWAY COMPANY. Gentlemen—Please allot me Shares In the shove Company, and I hereby undertake to accept ouch Shares, or any less number that may be allotted me, mod to pay the Deposits thereon, and alto to execute the Parliamentary Contra
August 5, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
the question raised by the motion of the bon. member for Lambeth. He thought sufficient punishment bad teen awarded Mr.

the question raised by the motion of the bon. member for Lambeth. He thought sufficient punishment bad teen awarded Mr.

Wray. Hr. MITCHELL said he ahonld support the motion, for be thought that Hr. Wray was more culpable than Cspt. Boldero or Mr. Bonham. It would an act of injustice if the government allowed Mr. Wray to retain bis situation. Sir J. GRAHAM, in explanation, said be thought that mee
August 5, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAW INTELLIGENCE.

LAW INTELLIGENCE.

COURT OF BANKRUPTCY, Aoo. 4. IK BE CHAMBEBB AMD CHAMBEIB This day being fixed for the audit in matter of these bankrupts, the proceedings whose ease have attracted so much the public attention for the last 20 years, and which hays been reported us they occurred from time to time
August 5, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

llrnperial lParlialanment. HOUSE OF LORDS,-?MONDAY, JULY 2S. er Lord CAMPBELL, moved that the standing is- order, prohibiting the publication of tile lives of 'n deccased peers, should 1be rescin(led. The noble IIis lord said that the standing ordelr originated in L'17 I30, when
August 5, 1845 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
■*"~<TE"N T D, BRUSSELS, and the RHINE.—Pas- -0 walk on board and on shore. — The General Steam Navi- .ranv's

■*"~<TE"N T D, BRUSSELS, and the RHINE.—Pas- -0 walk on board and on shore. — The General Steam Navi- .ranv's

elegant new and fast steam-ship TRITON, fitted ?? „„'iw;i.idati..n and comfort of passengers, is appointed „n-bridgc Wharf for Ostend, TO-MORROW, Wed- ?? ?? mor. ung. and on every subsequent Wednesday. berths, &c, apply at 69, Lombard-street, or ?? Regi-nt- ■ ' ivradilly T , N ?
August 5, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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HORNING NEWSPAPERS.

HORNING NEWSPAPERS.

(From the Morning Herald.) The conduct of Mr. O'Connell becomes daily, if possible, more and more disgusting. As the man grows older, his ruling vice — in most men only the vice of age, but in him the vice of youth and manhood, as well as of age — the love of money, becomes more
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
The “Election Gun.”-In consquence fo a communication munication made Mr Bcningliekl, the inventor of this instrument, to the Authoritiesof the

The “Election Gun.”-In consquence fo a communication munication made Mr Bcningliekl, the inventor of this instrument, to the Authoritiesof the

Ordnance, a Deputation from the Committee of the Royal Artillery at Woolwich, accompanied Colonel Chalmers, the Secretary, attended on Saturday, at the piece of ground on the south side of King Street, Westminster, where the gun is placed, to see the experiments. As the gun is n
August 5, 1845 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
FARTHER ACCOMMODATION TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. PROPRIETORS of the DUNDEE and 1. ST ANDREWS COACH, grateful for past favours, have,

FARTHER ACCOMMODATION TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. PROPRIETORS of the DUNDEE and 1. ST ANDREWS COACH, grateful for past favours, have,

for the greater convenience the Public, COMMENCED RUNNING their COACH EVERY LAWFUL DAY, as follows,—viz. ON MONDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, Leaving the British and Royal Hotel Coach Office, and Fyall's Fifeshire Hotel, Craig Street, DUNDEE, at 10 o'clock a.m.; And will leave the
August 5, 1845 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
PUNCH AND HIS PLAGIARISTS IN THE VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT.

PUNCH AND HIS PLAGIARISTS IN THE VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT.

An amusing case came before Sir L. Shadwell on Saturday week, in which no less a person than Punch himself appeared, through the medium of his publishers, 3lessrs Bradbury and Evans, to claim legal protection against several of his plagiarists. The opening speech of Mr Bethell,
August 5, 1845 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
SALE THIS DA Y. PUBLIC SALE OF AMERICAN TIMBER AND BATTENS. To bo Sold Auction, at tho Saw Mills, Tuesday

SALE THIS DA Y. PUBLIC SALE OF AMERICAN TIMBER AND BATTENS. To bo Sold Auction, at tho Saw Mills, Tuesday

first, sth August next, BOUT 15,000 Feet YELLOW PINE TIMBER, J%, recently landed ex ship " Miratnichi," from St John's, allowed to bo tho best cargo imported into Dundee for years; the above quantity being principally Root Cuts, of from 20 to 30 inches deep. Also, 0000 WHITEWOOD
August 5, 1845 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland