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FASHIONS FOR AUGUST.

FASHIONS FOR AUGUST.

(From the " London aud Paris Ladies' Magazine of Fashion") Shot silks have become common, that plain colours are now considered more elegant; stripes are still fashionable. Redingotes aud peignoirs are decidedly the favourite style, the material and form alone distinguishing the
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
BEAST. Price One Shilling. Bent port-free for Sixteen Portage Stamps. An Essay Corn B»entSj BY PBACTICAI. FABMBR. BEING a Paper

BEAST. Price One Shilling. Bent port-free for Sixteen Portage Stamps. An Essay Corn B»entSj BY PBACTICAI. FABMBR. BEING a Paper

read at meeting of the Lbwbs Farmers' Club, on the Bth of Jaly, 1845, and published their express request; by Ma. HENRY HART, Vice-President of the Society. Published by George P. Bacon. Sussex Advertiser Office, Lewes; J. Ollitier, Pall Mall; W.Strange, Paternoster-row, London
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
PRICES OF STOCKS.—This Day.

PRICES OF STOCKS.—This Day.

PRICES OF STOCKS.— This Day. AT ONE O'CLOCK. From the official list, containing the actual business transacted BRITISH FUNDS. Bank Stock, 211 10 1 South Sea Old Ann., — Do. Ace, — Do. New Ann., — 3 per Ct Red. Ann., 99* 4 g India Stock, — 3 per Ct Con , 98| § g India Bonds, 1000,
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE,

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE,

TATTERSALL'S— Yesterday Until near six o'clock the attention of a very crowded room was wholly occupied in settling on the Goodwood races, on which, owing to the number of events and the unprecedented briskness of speculation, the accounts were exceedingly heavy. It is a gratify
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MUiLPai THEATRE

MUiLPai THEATRE

A silly interlude, called Dramatic Cookery ; or, Ho ato Dish up a 17 induced at this theatre last night; but the cookery proved of i very indifferent quality— the audience tasted and rejected. A dramatic author, living in an attic in Lyon s-inn, is found cudgelling his brains fo
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

GUlLDHALL.— Yesterday George Munday, of North- street, Manchester- square, was brought before Mr. Alder- man Hughes Hughes for examination, charged with the mis- demeanour of exposing in Smithfield horse-fair a horse af- fected with the contagious disease called glanders, to the
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE NA VY.

THE NA VY.

THE EXPERIMENTAL FLEET. The followfa__< parliamentary retnrn respecting the com- Elements of the ships composing the experimental fleet, as been published. It is dated from the Admiral's Office, Portsmouth, 25th July, 1845, and is signed by Sir Charles Rowley, the Port Admiral.
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
. emotionsoecasion—in unintentional

. emotionsoecasion—in unintentional

mess of my occasion—the wt. With)' Intimated the decision to Dr. Marshall, ated that he had acted in this matter with uish of mind, but that he considered that ibel he was doing a duty assigned him by pf some other unimportant business, Dr. it feeling and appropriate prayer, and
August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

The battle of the gauges has terminated in favour of the broad gauge, the Great Western having carried both their bills. Mr. Austin has lately presented to the committee on the London and York scheme a protest from the Eastern Counties, North Midland, and Midland Railway compani
August 5, 1845 - Glasgow Courier - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland