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C-N.t VNTINni-u.—Ji , |l.—Tlu- ilrcadful llr< of .Smyrna, which you will have rc. eiv.-.l detailhy the last French mail, has r i ,. . x subscriptions here. The Sultan put hinwlC i, ,i the head a list for •J-dMI/, .dddlon to 1.. r amount ex|K.ndeil in provisions s, oil in .t e hi
August 5, 1845 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
if:e-Stern • Hill ; the are Railway leottiah Central Newcastle s” rgh Railway ray ; the Wells); the IC Sailry A ToicE—No thanks to him. whesea44o.l ZW:linticif,' the poison melon nnonour agie when supplied it the

if:e-Stern • Hill ; the are Railway leottiah Central Newcastle s” rgh Railway ray ; the Wells); the IC Sailry A ToicE—No thanks to him. whesea44o.l ZW:linticif,' the poison melon nnonour agie when supplied it the

if:e - Stern • Hill ; the are Railway leottiah Central Newcastle s” rgh Railway ray ; the Wells); the IC Sailry A ToicE—No thanks to him. whe sea 4 4o. l ZW:l i n tici f,' poison melon nnonour when supplied it the :which -‘1 any , . Blake to 'solicit vto not v body 1 'Whig unless
August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HOLY ISLAND.

HOLY ISLAND.

During the past week some discoveries have been made upon the island which are likely to be interesting to, the antiquary. The workmen employed in forming a road-way from the lime-kilns to the place of shipment came upon the foundations of some buildings; and as neither traditio
August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
CENTENARY OF THE ROMANTIC ADVENTURES OF PRINCE CHARLES EDWARD, STYLING HIMSELF THE PRINCE OF WALES, THE ELDEST SON OF THE

CENTENARY OF THE ROMANTIC ADVENTURES OF PRINCE CHARLES EDWARD, STYLING HIMSELF THE PRINCE OF WALES, THE ELDEST SON OF THE

POPISH PRETENDER; A PEEP INTO GLASGOW ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO. AT the suggestion of some Friends, and in order to save himself a great deal of trouble, the Undersigned proposes to Reprint, by Subscription (the whole to be comprised in One Volume), THE GLASGOW COURANT, SALE TO-MORR
August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
d, Slde of Kibg aftc-ri;inu In that pipteF.t,iptl his rordanti Second,—All

d, Slde of Kibg aftc-ri;inu In that pipteF.t,iptl his rordanti Second,—All

d , of Kibg In that pipteF . t,iptl his rordanti Second,—All which was published in Glasgow during the eventful year, coqmending with the 14th day of October, 1745, and concluding with the 18* day of October, 1746; containing curious - • details of the movements of the unrortunat
August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

Fares—Cabin, including Steward's Fee, __Steerage, 2s. 6d, —— . AURORA, Captain ANDERSON. 4NTELOPE, Captain M‘KiLLoP. GLASGOW. Augur: VesseL 11111 way. 1 p.m... 4 P.m. 44.18 - 8-P.41..4- 7 p.m. A. M0n.18,11.4.m... 8 P.M. AL Fri. 22, 1 P.M... 4 P.M. Aurora, Mon. 27, 6 P.M... 7 p.m
August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
N INSURANCE COMPANY. fOTICR. •• -•- le SCOTTISH UNION INSURANCE ,ntimate that the RECEIPTS for Pay; due at the Term

N INSURANCE COMPANY. fOTICR. •• -•- le SCOTTISH UNION INSURANCE ,ntimate that the RECEIPTS for Pay; due at the Term

of LAMMAS, are he HEAD OFFICE and VARIOUS be taken up BEFORE THE 47, George Street,l Lugust, 1845.
August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
tali% to the to the

tali% to the to the

August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
ACADEMY, GARNET-HILL, (This Day), the sth August. , Elocution, &c., and Mathematics, ants. , M.A. Alice SIMEON. a- B. WAILDESTORDE

ACADEMY, GARNET-HILL, (This Day), the sth August. , Elocution, &c., and Mathematics, ants. , M.A. Alice SIMEON. a- B. WAILDESTORDE

r. GRAwroao. &c., may be had on for Three, and Mr. as Boarders.
August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT-July 26.

VICE-CHANCELLOR'S COURT-July 26.

PUNCH IN CHANCERY! Bradbury and Evans v. Johnson and Owen.— Mr Bethell said he had a special application to make on behalf of a most distinguished personage who had amused his Honour in youth and now amused him in maturer age ; he applied to the Court for the protection of Punch
August 5, 1845 - Dundee, Perth, and Cupar Advertiser - Dundee, Angus, Scotland