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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—Monday

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT—Monday

CENTRAL CRIMINAL CO URT— Monday This Court met again to-day fot- the purpose of business, in pursuance of the adjournment from the last session. There axe upwards of two hundred prisoners for trial. The commissioners present atthe sitting of the Court were the Lord Mayor, the Com
August 19, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CONSULAR JURISDICTION in the LEVANT.

CONSULAR JURISDICTION in the LEVANT.

On Wednesday papers relative to the jurisdiction of her Majesty's Consuls in the Levant (presented by command) were issued by order of Parliament. The following arc ex- tracts from reports from her Majesty's Consuls as to the working of the new system of consular jurisdiction, &
August 16, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY SHARE LlST.—Yesterday.

RAILWAY SHARE LlST.—Yesterday.

RAILWAY SHARE LlST.— Yesterday. _ Railways. { Paid. Closing Prices. Business done ?? 1 Aberdeen I 24 i-. 1 pn* Arniagh, Colcraine, &c.l l| ?? I — 2 Birmingham __ Glos j 100 133 .. 134 Do. j shares (isd.7._dis ; j 17} ?? 33A Do. 4 shares 3 par.. Jpm Birm. and Oxford J unci 2 2.. 2
August 16, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION.

TIE1 ARCTIC EXPEDITION. Every particular coneectei with this expedition will be readl JL -i ith i grat biterect. Tire rolr!vtir rg is at extract af a lo1ttn-r floree an rmttieer of tire Frohbrs, tgirri an tde Ist July, lat. Gil N., and finictred at Whale ?? Islan1ds, 10th July, t
August 18, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
By the arrival of the Royal Mail Steam-ship Britannia, we are furnished with advices from New York to the 1st

By the arrival of the Royal Mail Steam-ship Britannia, we are furnished with advices from New York to the 1st

MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST IS. 05JLI;t,-,?oiiv ?? L I By the arrival of the it oval Mail Stea nm-ship Britannia, w*e are furnished with advices f"oTmA -New York to the Ist . . .. . . .. ..I. I instant. Thiey add nothing. to the previouis news regard- stacks, Iing, the relations betwe
August 18, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
A PENINSULAR HERO.

A PENINSULAR HERO.

A PE NIN sUL-.AR 1lERO. A VO 125% >L. OLI.:~Iii~i~' Iintel fles/it ?? Service Mo,'mizisse.)an Durin- rhe attlitmon of 1w ii. swlic a portion of the Peninsulafr Prit ar'-atrthe haittt ?? 'Talaverai, %%as; lltoterv, n -tht towsn. a I)-is'utti' ei'A tils; ii~iirof the wealthy Ju~dl
August 18, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
HADDINGTON CORN MARKET, AUGUST 15.

HADDINGTON CORN MARKET, AUGUST 15.

HAD-DIN;GT(N COT1N MARKET. AT-(;l-ST I-. The sstpplv c-f 'sly-: Ei-i 1,etw to 'a~y tie stt-l~ifl- -n 1r~ , NIh atr. I0i it >t nI -etr9--r- .lz . 17 timan lhe' r llarl-,e ?? 4> - s.1d.i t qe-lodie-ns it'I qrec ~I qrs.-od First.. . ?? i- 4 33sI 1 'I -, w Seeoltrd .. 5d . 1 -,12f I
August 18, 1845 - Glasgow Herald - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
OXFORD, Saturday, August 16.

OXFORD, Saturday, August 16.

S 1iturday, A uyusl 16. Suturd al~y, .4 tyugsi IG.i Tin priorot ion ?? took place on. Saturday last Wvitli it Spieili deloivered by her ?? in person. 'T'le Speaker, inl anl address of mlore thanl usual I-length for Such anl Occasion, metntioned the pr-incipal legislative enactmen
August 16, 1845 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
RAILWAY MEETING AT WITNEY.

RAILWAY MEETING AT WITNEY.

I RAIL.TLWAY MEETING AT WITNTEY. A public inectilig waxs on Thuorsdlay held ait the Town Hall, convened bay tile Bailiffs of tbc town, in consequence of at rcrqui- sition received by them, to take into conisiderattion thle best Courie to be adopted fotr promnot ing and m at~taini
August 16, 1845 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Agricultural and Commercial Markets.

Agricultural and Commercial Markets.

I -Agricaltural ao ?? AlflarRets. I CORN AMARETS, HULL, TuesDAr, Ausuoor 12, iluch rain has fallen throughout the whole of this district during the past week, end it is to be feared the crops ha;ve sustained some injury, especially the heavier fie'ds of wheat; fine weather is now
August 15, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England