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Births. On tho 13-h inst., Bolton House, near Bradford, the Lady of Captain Hall John Denncy, fith Dragoons, a daughter.

Births. On tho 13-h inst., Bolton House, near Bradford, the Lady of Captain Hall John Denncy, fith Dragoons, a daughter.

On the 7th inst, til 11, Devonsitire-street, Portland-place, the idy of Stafford 11. Northcote, E.-q.. of a son and heir. Sidney Lodge, Cambridge—Aug ri, the wife of the Iter. Dr. Phelps, Vice-Chancellor of the University ot Cambridge, of a diughter. South WiUingham Rectory—on t
August 16, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ARCHBISHOPRICKS AND BISHOPRICKS.

ARCHBISHOPRICKS AND BISHOPRICKS.

ARCHBISHOPRICKS AND BISHOTRICKS. A return of the gross and net incomes of the undermentioned archbishoprichS and bishopricks in each year (from the 1st day of January, 1837), including all sums received from or paid to the ecclesiastical commissioners, and all moneys received fro
August 16, 1845 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS.

RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURNS.

Week Corres.wk mile, ending Receipts, in 1844. £ Bristol and Birmingham.. •• Chesttr & Birkenhead .. 14| .. Durham & Sunderland .. Ang. Eastern Counties & North, jq & E >tern associated .. * <j«o<s Edinbr .'and Glasgow .. .. Glasgow and Ayr ..9 Glasgow and Greenock .. 22*.. 2 12
August 16, 1845 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
NEW ENVELOPE. IX consequence of the great variety of counterfeit Envelopes of ROWLAND'S KALYDOR, and other disreputable means resorted unprincipled

NEW ENVELOPE. IX consequence of the great variety of counterfeit Envelopes of ROWLAND'S KALYDOR, and other disreputable means resorted unprincipled

individual* for imj osing on the public their highly pernicious compounds under the title of KALYDOR," the Proprietors and sole Preparers of the Original and Genuine Preparation, acting under sense of duty, and regardless of expense iv the attainment of their object—the protecti
August 16, 1845 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
MONUMENT TO SIR WILLIAM FOLLETT.

MONUMENT TO SIR WILLIAM FOLLETT.

can hardly be necessary to discuss the propriety commemorating, by the erection a public monument, the uuiversal reputation and singularly high character of our late representative Sir William Fo'.- lett. Commencing his career amongst us, and identified with our interest* in Par
August 16, 1845 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

TEIGNMOI.'TH, Aug. U.-AaaivaD -Leveret W>' ' fittr- Esq.. from cruise-Osprey (yt), J. S. CM John Booth. Stockman, from d Torquay—Liberty, Burton, from Neath— L»J '' r \".u t irt^<' Dunkirk—[V] Concordia, Perryman, from '>' lul ' > ' ffom ham, from Newcastle—Catherine Hoggins, ™"
August 16, 1845 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MANUFACTURES IN GERMANY.

MANUFACTURES IN GERMANY.

The Journal Debats refers to report lately presented to the Minister of commerce by Messrs. Legentil and Goldenburg, who were sent by the Government to examine the late exhibition of industry of the Zollverein, at Berlin, and says" Among the causes that here exercise the greates
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
GREAT EMBARRASSMENT AMONG SPECULATORS.

GREAT EMBARRASSMENT AMONG SPECULATORS.

The totsllv unexpected amalgamation of the Huddersfield Halifax, and Bradford Union Railway with (he Manchester and Leeds Railway Company has had the most extraordinary and unhappy effect on great numbers of speculators in shares in Leeds and the neighbouring towns. According to
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

Wire worm.—The following circumstance connected this pest may possibly turned to a good account. In February last I planted three gallons of early Cornish kidney potatoes in good soil, under a wall having a southern aspect; to my surprise, only one or two had made their appearan
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
To Printers. KRONHEIM'S PATENT PROCESS OF STE- which every Printer may become his own Stereotvper, is now brought such perfection

To Printers. KRONHEIM'S PATENT PROCESS OF STE- which every Printer may become his own Stereotvper, is now brought such perfection

that printer may himself produce a finished cast fro® his form within hour, as to obtain an immediate return of type; and in order that the Country Trade may avail themselves of this advantage, K. and Co. are ready to giant Licences, the price of which would be about that of dou
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England