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Accidents, Offences, & Inquests.

Accidents, Offences, & Inquests.

I Zrribtit'l, @fft11tt & *nqUl0t0+ ?? IC THE ACCIDENT ON THE EASTERN COUN- fr TIES RAILWAY. et INQUEST UPON TIlE GUArXD. CAMBRIDGE, MONDAY Nlaar.-The inquest on the bovu of John Cauldwell, the company's guard, who d died in Addeibrooeke's Ilospital,in this town, on 1"ri-d day nig
August 16, 1845 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

I-orrign intrHigrilre. .-I ?? ?? FRANCE. Tue COMBIStATIOX OF JovRNir~sxi CARPENTERS.- d Nineteen journeymen carpenters have been ordered t by the council chamber of the Civil Tribunal of the a Seine to be brought to trial for illegal combina- a tion against their masters.-Galigna
August 16, 1845 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
"PANIC" IN THE "SHARE MARKET."

"PANIC" IN THE "SHARE MARKET."

THE NORTHERN STAR. SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1845. I PANIC" IN THE " SHARE MARKET." ",REPUDIATION " IN ENGLAND! ON several recent occasions we have deemed it a duty to warn those who read the Northern Slar, of the sad reverses that were certain to follow on the mad speculations so ras
August 16, 1845 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Chartist Intelligence.

Chartist Intelligence.

ebartiot Iinituf urt. ? V . LONDON. CuTY LoCALITY.-Mr. Cooper's lecture on Sunday evening last, was one of the most numerously at- tended of any that have been given in the City Char- tist wHall: i fact, the attendance was so great that 1 it was impossible for many to obtain sitt
August 16, 1845 - Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SELECTIONS FROM THE PRESS.

SELECTIONS FROM THE PRESS.

SELECTIONS FROMI THE PRESS. xo HOvunVERNs r-rs-e ?? or Lorde J ohn Russell at the close of the session is very much what the speech fiom the throne might or ought to be. Indeed in one sense it may be said to be a speech from the throne, the throne that rules vulgar kingly and que
August 16, 1845 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Local Intellignece.

Local Intellignece.

- Lo A II t 1. . -0 ?? MEETINGS:OF CR'EDITORS,''. At the Court of Bankrujptky, Georg6-stteet, Manchester. 1A. AUG. 18. Lawi and Hudson, Raincdan Wood, assignees 12 - 19. Smith and'Co., Woodhend, last exam'. e 12 21. Russell and Co., Salford, last exam. 12 22. J. Baines, Mancheste
August 16, 1845 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

MAR IED. On'the 9th inst., at the Collegiate Church, by the Rev. W. Wilson, Charles Douglas Hops, Esq., eldest son of Captaini F Hope,late S9th Regiment, to Isabella, Hairdie, of Peel House, Chectham, and daughter of the late John Dale, Esq., uer- chant, of this town. On the 12th
August 16, 1845 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE SUNDERLAND ELECTION.

THE SUNDERLAND ELECTION.

After an unusually protracted period of excitenpat and suspense, respecting the choice of a successor i ord Howick, now Earl Grey, in the reprIeentahion'%? this borough, the election has been decided by the return of Mr. George Hudson, the great railway manager, a thorough. goin
August 16, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.

I On Wednesday the 30th July, the 102nd annual conference s 1 the Wesleyan Ministers commenced its sittings in Leeds. I 'be conference opened at 9 o'clock in the morning by sing. ac, reading the scriptures, and prayer. The forenoon was ncupied in electing the President and Secre
August 16, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
CUMBERLAND.

CUMBERLAND.

CUMIBERLAND. TimE LAbmNoY Munop. -At the Carlisle asizes, on Wednesday week, Jane Crosby was cloxrged with HIaving, on the 28th of January, caused the death of her daughter, Sarah Ann Crosby, a child of seven years old, by placing it on the fire. During the trial, which lastod fr
August 16, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England