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CARSO'N'S ORIGINAL ANTI-CORROSION PAINT, SPECIALLY patronized the British and other Governments, the Hon. Es.st India Company, the principal Dock Companies,

CARSO'N'S ORIGINAL ANTI-CORROSION PAINT, SPECIALLY patronized the British and other Governments, the Hon. Es.st India Company, the principal Dock Companies,

and most Public Bodies, is particularly recommended to the Nobility.. Gentry, Agriculturists, « est India Proprietors, and others, it having been proved, by the practical test of nearly years, to surpass all other Paints as out-door preservative. It is adapted for every descript
August 21, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
tion that a Direct Line of Railway between those places will give the Public the greatest cheapness, convenience, and speed.

tion that a Direct Line of Railway between those places will give the Public the greatest cheapness, convenience, and speed.

" That it is of paramount importance to the Trade and to the Public that they should not continue dependent for communication with Lancashire upon one, and that a circuitous line Railway. " That the immediate formation of a Direct Line is essential; because, if delayed, it will
August 21, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SANSOME FIELDS. EXTREMELY ELIGIBLE MEADOW LAND. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, MR. WHEELER, Thursday, the 21st day of .August, 1845,

SANSOME FIELDS. EXTREMELY ELIGIBLE MEADOW LAND. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, MR. WHEELER, Thursday, the 21st day of .August, 1845,

at the Star anil Garter 11 otel, Worcester, at six o'clock the evening; ALL that very productive and truly desirable ■MEADOW, situate in the most eligible part of SANSOME FIELDS, containing 3A. 3R. 3"P. of VERY SUPERIOR LAND, having an excellent Brick Coach-house, with Cow-house
August 21, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE WEATHER-STATE OF THE CORN.TRADE—HARVEST PROSPECTS.

THE WEATHER-STATE OF THE CORN.TRADE—HARVEST PROSPECTS.

THE WEATHER-STATE OF THE CORN TRADE— HARVEST PROSPECTS. Though comparatively Uttle rain has ?? in the immediate vicinity of London during the week, tte weather appears to have been quite as unfavourable in other parts of the kingdom as before. The accounts from some of the easter
August 21, 1845 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

DEMOLITION OF A TRAIN ON THTEI MIDLAND. t [rROM A CORIRESPONDENT.] On Monday evening last the express train from Leeds to b Mlanchester, which leaves Leeds at 6 p.m., ran off the line near lethley, a station on the Midhlnd RailIaray, about 8 miles from Leeds. The engine ran down
August 21, 1845 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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MIUM, via DOVER and OSTEND.— That | SfEft^'led Iron Steam-sbip the ONDINE leaves ?? » OSTEND every MONDAY and FRIDAY,

MIUM, via DOVER and OSTEND.— That | SfEft^'led Iron Steam-sbip the ONDINE leaves ?? » OSTEND every MONDAY and FRIDAY,

and ,r . ?? ■ DoV * EX e***ery WEDNESDAY and SATUR- •cc,-rdiilg to tide. ''Moßtif. J™ our of Departure from Dover, v hr „"'■ August 22, Half-past Twelve noon. V-__w*rUcularB app - y to Mr. Rich. Bushell, Dover. A S. ERP, ROTTERDAM, and the RHINE, ?*-Hat JL R UNSWICK PIER, BLACKW
August 21, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF STOCKS.—This Day.

PRICES OF STOCKS.—This Day.

PRICES OF STOCKS.— This Day. AT ONE O'CLOCK. From the official list.centaining the actual business transacted BRITISH FUNDS. Bank Stock, 211 J South Sea Old Ann., — Do. Ace, — Do. New Ann., — 3 per Ct. Red. Ann., 9H . India Stock, 271J 3 per Ct Con , 99 4 8| 9 India Bonds, 1000,
August 21, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
KIRKCUDBRIGHT ELECTION.-Avgu* 18'

KIRKCUDBRIGHT ELECTION.-Avgu* 18'

KIRKCUDBRIGHT ELECTION.-Avgu* 18 ' (From the Dumfries Courier.) ?? Maitland. M'Dga* 1 * Castle -Douglas, two o'clock 221 Kirkcudbright, twe o'clock 91 112 ** Majority for Mr. Maitland 122* . n on eltf We have just seen a gentleman who left Cast ie-i jj at five o'clock. At four o'
August 21, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC SALES,

PUBLIC SALES,

By Messrs. FAREBROTHER, CLARK, and LYE, at Gar- raway's. The leaso of a residence, situate at Kennington green, with coach house and stabling, large walled garden, Ac; held for an unexpired term of 18 years, at a grouud-rent of 15 guineas per annum — sold for 670/. A policy effe
August 21, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
•*———■ "' . »,'.< Printed and published at the Office, Number , if r l*rt Bridge-street, in the parish of

•*———■ "' . »,'.< Printed and published at the Office, Number , if r l*rt Bridge-street, in the parish of

Saint Ann, B p*jT te r. < ?? in the City of Lendon, by Charles Baldwin! rf» Namber 38, New Bridge-street, aforesaid, oa l n Aug -At 21,
August 21, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England