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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

Summonses were issued this morning for holding a Privy Council at Buckingham Palace, on Friday- next, at half-past two o'clock, when the Royal Speech on the prorogation of parliament will be submitted for her Majesty's sanction and approbation. The Queen and her illustrious Cons
August 5, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS-TUESDAY. COLONEL LATOUR.

HOUSE OF COMMONS-TUESDAY. COLONEL LATOUR.

A long and desultory discussion took place respecting the claims of Colonel Latour upon the Government for compensation in being, as he alleged, unjustly deprived of lands purchased by him at Swan River. Eventually, the matter was left in the hands of Ministers. The report of th
August 5, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

THE RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

Mr. BERNAL called the attention of the Government to the accidents which had recently occurred on two or three of the leading railways. Unless Government interfered, he was afraid that some contingencies would occur still more calamitous. Sir G. CLERK lamented that the Board had
August 5, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
EU Oaittteo.

EU Oaittteo.

Oaittteo. TUESDAY. BANKRUPTCIES ANNULLED. G. Pocock, Brighton, linendraper—J. Bendley, Atherstone, Warwickshire, hosier. BANKRUPTS. M. WRAKE, jun., Canterbury, bricklayer—l. J. de VENTURA, White Han-court, Bishopasate-street, merchant—B. B. T. MATTHEWS, Cornwall-road, Lambeth, oi
August 5, 1845 - City Chronicle - London, London, England
 
HORTICULTURE.

HORTICULTURE.

II ORT I CULTrI I'E. | Thcva~lltrees having pushed ver! ?? this fine season mlav be aigian looled iivc. ; purposo of pruning out or lav in ;l, §1 may be necessary. At the sanc ti!:'m ?? that too much fruit NAas left oil a; th. .:-l ning, take the oppartunity of retmovir .: ; may
August 5, 1845 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Otring to the press Assize intelligence, many communications are unavoidably postponed. Capt Monypenny's address to the inhabitants

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Otring to the press Assize intelligence, many communications are unavoidably postponed. Capt Monypenny's address to the inhabitants

of Rye is, of necessity, among the omissions. We regret that the same cause compels us to pass by a most suspicious looking paragraph vhich appeared in the Times last treek, relative the petition to be heard before the Committee of the Lords, against the Hastings and Ashford Bil
August 5, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
MAIDSTONE AND SOUTH EASTERN GAZETTE,

MAIDSTONE AND SOUTH EASTERN GAZETTE,

*mpwal parliament. MONDAY. HOUSE OF LORDS.— Serertl me«»urt« were carried forward, of which the leading one waa the Commons Inclosure bill, which underwent considerable discussion in committee, and was ordered to be reported. Lord Campbell, in moving the rescinding of the standi
August 5, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
Price 2s. 9d. per box,

Price 2s. 9d. per box,

CAUTION.—To protect the Public from Fraud, the Government Stamp (as on the “KALYDOR”) affixed on each box. IMPORTANT INFORMATION. UNPRINCIPLED SHOPKEEPERS, for the sake of gaining trifle more profit, vend the most SPURIOUS COMPOUNDS under the same names, and under the implied sa
August 5, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
NUMBER ONE, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYAUD, LONDON. TEAS. AS we are now become celebrated in the Metropolis for supplying Good and

NUMBER ONE, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYAUD, LONDON. TEAS. AS we are now become celebrated in the Metropolis for supplying Good and

Pure Teos, and in order that the advantages hold out mar be equally appreciated in the country, leel called upon to prove the following very important facts, via: —That the higher priced Teas are the cheapest, and that worst trash of Teas imported into this kingdom, arc not reta
August 5, 1845 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
CHATHAM.

CHATHAM.

The head-quarters of the 13th Light Infantry, or Prince Albert's Own," arrived at Chatham garrison on Monday afternoon, the 28th instant, from India. They consisted of sergeants, 15 corporals, 14 buglers, and 310 privates, with 18 women and 21 children, under command of Lieutena
August 5, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England