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GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY.

GREAT WESTE, RN RAILWAY COMPANY. Thle twentieth half-yearly meeting of the above Comtpanly was lb hteld] at thle Terminus, Templc-mneads, Bristol, on. Thursday last, In, and was very fully attended. deC C. RlUSELL.r, Esq., chairman of the Boarbd of Directors, in ad- it dressing t
August 16, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
PROSSER’S RAILWAY on WIMBLEDON COMSION.—ALTERATION in TIME «f RUNNING lh« TRAINS—In fulum ih. Train. Run the b«t continue Bun Dully

PROSSER’S RAILWAY on WIMBLEDON COMSION.—ALTERATION in TIME «f RUNNING lh« TRAINS—In fulum ih. Train. Run the b«t continue Bun Dully

fwn L till Sewn o'clock, p.m. . , . . ... This Line Railway, two mike In length, hua Urn Ulfl down great expense test the adrantages of rioeerre Patent Guide Wheels; contains gradlcotsof I in fiO, I 75, and i in 200, and curses of the radii of 100 chsins. Engineers and persons i
August 16, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TO THE PROVISIOHAL COMMITTEE OF THE CHELMi*

TO THE PROVISIOHAL COMMITTEE OF THE CHELMi*

THE COMMITTEE OF THE CHELMi* POAD AMD SOBY RAILWAY COMPAMY. Gentlemen—Pleaee allot me Shane in the above Company, and I hereby undertake lo accept inch Sham, toy km number that may be allotted to me, and pay the Uepoeili thereon, and alto to execute the Parliamentary Contract, an
August 16, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SALLUST TRANSLATED by the iter. E. PEACOCK. On next will be published, poet 8«o., 7a- 6d. cloth, ''■•'HE HISTORY of

SALLUST TRANSLATED by the iter. E. PEACOCK. On next will be published, poet 8«o., 7a- 6d. cloth, ''■•'HE HISTORY of

the CONSPIRACY of CATILINE, and of the JUOURTHINB WAR. CAIIJB CRISPUS BALLUSTIUS. Translated by EDWARD PEACOCK. lI.A. London: Longman, Brown, Uieen, and Loogmani.
August 16, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
NEW VOLUME of the STANDARD NOVELS.

NEW VOLUME of the STANDARD NOVELS.

NEW VOLUME the STANDARD NOVELS. Now ready, in one toL, neatly bound and embeUiabtd, TH P R IK BIRD. By the Hmi.CHARLES AUGUSTI S HURRAY. the New Volame The STANDARD NOVELS ROMANCES. TbR ■ariTalkdealkedoo of modem wotki of iciion no* contain! the moot popalu works of tbs fellowta#
August 16, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 

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THE ROYAL NAVY.

THE ROYAL NAVY.

(raox odi correipondeiit.) P*rt>xouth, Aug. 14.—Th« Oanenl Pklnwr, narsl transport, Lieut. Woodbridge, agent, arrived here Snnday, with some naval invalids, and a cargo of go- vernment stores, from Rio Janeiro. sailed cm Tuesday, conveying round to Gravesend, Royal Marines desti
August 16, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
ORDNANCE

ORDNANCE

Royal Artillery—The following officers will arrive in Dublin on Aug. 13tb, to embark on the North Wall on board of a steam-vessel for Woolwich, to join hd.-qrs.: —Bt.-Maj. Hope, 7th Batt.; Sec. Copt. Hamilton, First Lieuts. Broughton and M’Queen, and Sec. Lieut. Dumaresque. Gene
August 16, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

Akhbar Khan, received three musket balls and three bayonet wounds, and had one of his hindlegs shattered by a spent ball. The noble animal fell; and luckily for his rider was it so ordained, for at the moment he was hurled to the ground, a volley from the whole Sikh Infantry emp
August 16, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
to ti)t Sbftor. {Continued from p, 819.) ON SOLDIERS’ BARRACK-ROOMS. 2'o the Editor of the Karat and Military Gazette, Sib,

to ti)t Sbftor. {Continued from p, 819.) ON SOLDIERS’ BARRACK-ROOMS. 2'o the Editor of the Karat and Military Gazette, Sib,

have waited with some anxiety, in hopes that your timely remarks relative to the condition of Soldiers’ Barrack rooms, published some weeks since, would have elicited some observations from those who, from their residence in them, would have been best able to afford light upon t
August 16, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - 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