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THE SOUTH-EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY AND RYE HARBOR.

THE SOUTH-EASTERN RAILWAY COMPANY AND RYE HARBOR.

meeting of the Commissioners of Rye Harbor, held at the George Inn, Rye, on the 21st. ult., Mr. Hicks the chair, the bill now before Parliament, for making a railway from Hastings to Ashford, across the Harbor channel, and the clauses relating to the intended bridge across the c
August 5, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Bl 4. Dover, the lady of Wui. Deedes, esq M.P. a daughter. Pabker.—June 1, nt Mnngnlore, Bust Indies, the lady

Bl 4. Dover, the lady of Wui. Deedes, esq M.P. a daughter. Pabker.—June 1, nt Mnngnlore, Bust Indies, the lady

R. D. Parker, esq of daughter. Stranack—July at Margate, the wife of Copt. J. Stranack, Harbour Master, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. Bachali..—July 26. Preston, Mr. Thomas Bacball, of that place, to Miss Finois, of Barham. Boscawkn —July 29, Merevrorth, E. Boseawen, esq. eldest son
August 5, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
WALMER. TO L E T, handsomely Furnished, HOUSE. Tei ms : 3 Quineas per Week until 9th October; if taken

WALMER. TO L E T, handsomely Furnished, HOUSE. Tei ms : 3 Quineas per Week until 9th October; if taken

until 6th April, 1846, 2 Guineas. For particulars, and to inspect, apply to Mr. Charles Marsh, Carpenter, Walmer. July iist, 1845. T SOUTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. HE Directors thir k it desirable to state that they some time since instructed Mr. Stephenson to prepare for Parliament in
August 5, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MR. WRAY.

MR. WRAY.

Mr. HAWES then proceeded to bring under the consideration of the house the conduct of Wray, the receiver of the metropolitan police district, in bis transactions with Mr. Bonham, the year 1836. He showed, that at that period Mr. Wray was the retained and paid agent of the South-
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
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Arrived [Ang. 1] from loto, Peter*, Newcastle St Clemente, Smith, do DRicbmood,Campbell, lnvent M»r?Ann,Evan»[2lPeterhead Mrfltol^eylor.N^^g Gtnymede, Clark, Peterebg ute, Samueleon, Libau B Daodee (a). Creme, Leith SaiM [Ang. for HmorJaae, More, Snnderlnd lehnOnray, Marray, ■KS
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
Soiled [Ang. 3] for Medina, Smith, Sunderland

Soiled [Ang. 3] for Medina, Smith, Sunderland

George, Sodoratrom.Rottr Wind S.W., fresh, fine. DOVER. Arrived [Ang. from Rachel, Wise, London Royal George, Wiloon, do Ramsgate, Madge, Ariel (v), Madge, Calais Widgeon (t), Scrivens, Ostnd Sailed [Aug. 4] for Poale(s), Devot, Calais City London, Hartley, Lon don John A Mary,
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE.— Last night bat four of the subscription. T HIS EVENING (Tuesday). Au*. 6, will be performed (last

HER MAJESTY’S THEATRE.— Last night bat four of the subscription. T HIS EVENING (Tuesday). Au*. 6, will be performed (last

time] Rossini's opera seria OTELLO. Dcsderaona, Made. Grisi; Emilia, Made. Bellini; Elmira, Signor Lablache; laco. Signor Pornasari; Rodrigo, Signor Corelli; DOoge, Signor G. Qalli j and Otello, Signor Mario. In the coarse of the evening a divertissement from the first act of th
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
THE MERCHANT SEAMEN'S FUND.

THE MERCHANT SEAMEN'S FUND.

TO THE EDITOR OE THESHIPPINC AND MERCANTILE GAZETTE. Sir, 1 congratulate you on the position you have attained amongst the press of this country, as’ exhibited in your impression of yesterday, and I wish your endeavours to give satisfaation may ahvays be crowned with that succes
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY COMPANIES and the LANDOWNERS.

RAILWAY COMPANIES and the LANDOWNERS.

The formation of further extensive lines of railway through this country has become an irresistible necessity, which has not failed to engage deeply the attention anil the feelings of large and influential classes of men. Public wants and individual rights have been brought into
August 5, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE STANDARD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5 --------- rEABL OF ALDBOBOUGU CURED DY

WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE STANDARD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5 --------- rEABL OF ALDBOBOUGU CURED DY

WILTS AND GLOUCESTERSHIRE STANDARD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 5 r EABL OF ALDBOBOUGU CURED DY HOLLOW".iY ; S PILLS. raxl of Al4borough cured of a Liver and Stomach Extract of a Letter from the Earl of Aldborough, dated Villa Leyborn, 21st February, 1815.. To Praussor HOLLOWAY. Stn,—Various
August 5, 1845 - Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard - Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England