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IRELAAD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) DUBLIN, AUGUST 3. THE WEATHER, LlMERlCK.—ThoughTli—the midst of the dog-days we were visited on Wednesday

IRELAAD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) DUBLIN, AUGUST 3. THE WEATHER, LlMERlCK.—ThoughTli—the midst of the dog-days we were visited on Wednesday

night with showers of sleet, and on Thursday thunder and lightning, with high wind, followed by profuse rain. Notwithstanding the inclemency of the week we understand that the crops of corn, which are most luxuriant, have not generally suffered, hut a continuance of harsh cold w
August 5, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BA NERUI'TC Y COURT, Avust 4.

BA NERUI'TC Y COURT, Avust 4.

(Before Mr. Commissioner HoLßoy D.) IN RE CHAMBERS AND CHAMBERS._ THE OPERA HOUSE.—This day being fixed for the annual audit in the matter of these bankrupts, the proceedings in whose case have attracted so much of the public attention for the last 20 years, and which have been
August 5, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
pFFICACIOUS CURE for CORNS, BUNIONS, - 1-A CALLOSITIES, tire., WITHOUT CUTTING, or causing the slightest pain; by an experienced Practitioner,

pFFICACIOUS CURE for CORNS, BUNIONS, - 1-A CALLOSITIES, tire., WITHOUT CUTTING, or causing the slightest pain; by an experienced Practitioner,

and Author of "Practical Exposition on the Human Foot." Mr. EISENBERG may be consulted daily from Ten till Five o'clock, at his residence, 14, Cockspur-street, Charing-cross. (From the Most Noble Marquis of Ely.) Mr. Eisenberg has extracted my corns with extraordinary skill. ELY
August 5, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
direct line of railway between those places will give the public the greatest cheapness, convenience, and speed. " That it

direct line of railway between those places will give the public the greatest cheapness, convenience, and speed. " That it

is of paramount iwportance to the trade and to the public that they should not continue dependent for communication with Lancashire upon one and that a circuitous line of railway. "That the immediate formation of a direct line is essential, because if delayed it will become more
August 5, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
THAMES NAVIGATION CITY BONDS.- To HOLDERS whose BONDS have NOT been MARKED at REDUCED RATE of INTEREST.—NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN,

THAMES NAVIGATION CITY BONDS.- To HOLDERS whose BONDS have NOT been MARKED at REDUCED RATE of INTEREST.—NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN,

that the Committee appointed to carry into execution the Act of Parliament, Bth Victoria, intituled "An Act to enable the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London to raise a sum of Money at a reduced rate of Interest, to pay off the Moneys now charged on the Tolls
August 5, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
-ipp - OSHERVILLE GARDENS, near Gravesend, ti open Daily.—Extensive lawns, shrubberies, romantic and beautiful walks, flower and botanic gardens, splendid

-ipp - OSHERVILLE GARDENS, near Gravesend, ti open Daily.—Extensive lawns, shrubberies, romantic and beautiful walks, flower and botanic gardens, splendid

esplanade commanding views of the Thames, gratifying spectacle of ships laden with the produce of all nations, wending their passage to and from the port of London. Amusements : Archery, rifle shooting, maze. In the Evening :—Dancing, flight from the cliffs (an immense altitude)
August 5, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
A N ENGINEER of considerable experience, who -L - 31- is now engaged in the cdnstruction of two railways have

A N ENGINEER of considerable experience, who -L - 31- is now engaged in the cdnstruction of two railways have

just passed parliament, is willing to RECEIVE into hifi office, as pupils, TWO respectable YOUTHS, who have an clination for his profession. References of the highest respect' ability given and required.—Address to A. B. C., Post Wakefield.
August 5, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NOW FIRST PRINTED FROM THE ORIGINAL MSS. Just Ready, in Two Vols. Bvo., with Portraits, CONCLUDING VOLUMES OF H ORACE

NOW FIRST PRINTED FROM THE ORIGINAL MSS. Just Ready, in Two Vols. Bvo., with Portraits, CONCLUDING VOLUMES OF H ORACE

WALPOLE'S MEMOIRS of the REIGN of GEORGE 111. Edited, with Notes, by Sir PENIS LE AIARCHANT, Bart. Richard Bentley, New Burlington-street (Publisher in Ordinary to her Majesty).
August 5, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HOUSES at a Ground-rent, WANDSWORTH-ROAD ant CLAPHAM-ROAD. —By LAHEE and SON, at the Mart, on WEDNESDAY, August 27; at Twelve

HOUSES at a Ground-rent, WANDSWORTH-ROAD ant CLAPHAM-ROAD. —By LAHEE and SON, at the Mart, on WEDNESDAY, August 27; at Twelve

for One, by Order of the Mortgagee, in Four Lots, . APair of Houses, with possession situate in SUFFOLK, NEAR IPSWICH.—Capital .FREEHOLD 0 1 Albion-road, Wandsworth-road, of handsome elevation, COPY HOLD ESTATES, 'the Property of the late 3D....4• 1- , suitable for small familie
August 5, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
RESIGNATION OF MR. LUCAS.

RESIGNATION OF MR. LUCAS.

Mr. Lucas, the Under Secretary, gave a farewell dinner yesterday to the officers connected with his department. Mr. Lucas remains for three weeks, after which Mr. Pennefather succeeds him as Under Secretary, and Mr. Cane is to take the place of Chief Clerk in the Secretary's off
August 5, 1845 - Sun (London) - London, London, England