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For ALCOA BAT and PORT NATAL,

For ALCOA BAT and PORT NATAL,

1 dear the Custom-house on the 30th August, all goods must be alongside H** 38th. THE fine fiut-uiling Brigantine KATE, 125 JpQt tons register; coppered and copper-fastened, William tSBBag, Commander; now lying in the St. Katharine Docks, tafnerior for passengers. This bring the
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION.

SALES BY AUCTION.

To be peremptorily sold, without reserve. At LLOYD’S CAPTAINS* ROOM, ROYAL EXCHANGE, TO-MORROW, AUGUST 6, at Half-past Two, wifiL THE good Ship POSTHUMOUS. 390 tons 0.M.; built Liverpool, in 1797; was nearly rebuilt in 1834, and then restored to the first class for six years, an
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE CASE OF WILLIAM MAYS.

THE CASE OF WILLIAM MAYS.

Mr. TUFNELL asked whether William Mays, who had been convicted, at the Northampton Lent Assizes, of an assault, with intent to do grievous bodily harm, to a gamekeeper was to be pardoned or not Sir J. GRAHAM said, the Lord Chief-Baron, before whom these parties had been tried, h
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
GLOUCESTER.

GLOUCESTER.

Arrived from Coquette, Wallis, * Cork Columbine,Hughes, Wexford Union, Ashby, Cork Sisters, Thompson, Chepstow GRANGEMOUTIL Arrived [Aug. from J & Mary, Archer, Leith William, Lewur, Alloa Curlew, MiU, Leith Swift, BeU, Dundee Star, Turnbull, do Regina, Gains, Leith Rover, Naira
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
Jn. Vincente, do Livonia, Haleean, Rotterdam BEAUMARIS. Sailed [Aug. for Roman, Doane, Boston CUBA. Arrived from Princeßegent,Priseman,Lndn BOULOGNE. Arrived [July

Jn. Vincente, do Livonia, Haleean, Rotterdam BEAUMARIS. Sailed [Aug. for Roman, Doane, Boston CUBA. Arrived from Princeßegent,Priseman,Lndn BOULOGNE. Arrived [July

26] from Salamander. Curry, Blyth Ark, Gale [291 do Pursuit, Campbell, Newcastle The Acadia, Younger, from on shore between Haverigg Valney Island, and breaking
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 

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POET CHARGES AT PALERMO.

POET CHARGES AT PALERMO.

TO THE BOITOROF THE SHIPPING AND MBBC AMTILB GAZETTE. Sin,—We, the undersigned shipmasters, submit the following account of charges to tbe attention of your numerous readers. Vessels are obliged to pay on clearing out from this place, which we consider altogether unreasonable: S
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

Guonr X— The Sheffield and Lihcolxbbisi Bbanches.— This Committee—Lord Courtenay, obsirman, Mr. Q. P. Scrape, Mr. C. B. Wall, and Mr. Darby, present—met at 12 o’clock, when Mr. Baines, Q.C, resumed his address on behalf of the Midland Counties Company, and against the London sad
August 5, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
INDUS GOSH.

INDUS GOSH.

Mr. B. ESCOTT gnve notice that be would early next session move for leave bring in a bill to allow the importation Indian corn and maise free of duty. Sir R. PEEL moved that the bouse its rising to-morrow should adjourn until Friday. Mr. SMYTIIE said would postpone until next se
August 5, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO THE EUITOIt OF THE ESSi:.\ HERALD.

TO THE EUITOIt OF THE ESSi:.\ HERALD.

Sir. 1 presume you'll readily excuse. The useful hints my muse. I know is liberty to take. But pa?s it by. Sir, for the kindness* sake. I wish to recommend, with your cuoaeiit, A famous literary stimulant. The studies of Editor require Something to keep alive the mental fire. Th
August 5, 1845 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
TO PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY.

TO PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY.

PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY. Sir,—l beg to inform you that I believe I had been, for man than three yean, one of the greatest su&rers in the world with chronic asthma. For weeks together breath was froquentiy so short that I was afraid every moment choked with phlegm. I never went into be
August 5, 1845 - Essex Herald - Chelmsford, Essex, England