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THE ARMT.

THE ARMT.

Removal or Tsonra.— Chatham, Monday—A detachment the 11th Regiment, consisting three sergeants, three corporals, and forty-four privates, left Brampton Barracks this morning, «« route for Woolwich, to embark from thence board the Maida, convict-ship, for Norfolk Island. Lieut. W
August 19, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SECOND EDITION. GAZETTE OF THIS EVENING. Commiutoni tigeed Llealen«nt of the County of Somowt. Wert Sorntruel lUglment of John William

SECOND EDITION. GAZETTE OF THIS EVENING. Commiutoni tigeed Llealen«nt of the County of Somowt. Wert Sorntruel lUglment of John William

Browne to be Lieutenant, eice pro moled. William Sam well George Gent. to Browne, promoted. Cranttoun Adams, Gent, be Corner, vice Cape), promoted; Aug. 12. CommiHlons signed the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Warwick. Warwickshire Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry—Comet Gallon to
August 19, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S COMMISSION.

GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S COMMISSION.

The Commission of the General Assembly met Wed* nesday at twelve o'clock, in the Assembly Hall, Edinburgh* The Rev. Dr Hill, Moderator of the Assembly, took the chair, and constituted the meeting by prayer. MAXWJSLLTOWN CHAPEL OF EASg. Archd. Broun, Esq., advocate, appeared at t
August 19, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. (The Last Night of the Subscription.) THIS EVENING will be performed Bellini's Opera, 1 PURITANI. Elvira, Madame

HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. (The Last Night of the Subscription.) THIS EVENING will be performed Bellini's Opera, 1 PURITANI. Elvira, Madame

Grisi ; Arturo, Signor Mario; Riccardo, Signor Fornasari ; and Giorgio, Signor Lablache. Between the acts a Divertissement, from the first act of the Ballet of Eoline. Eoline, Mdlle. L. Grahn; Prince of Silesia, M. Gosselin : and Rubc/.ahl, M. Perrot. Comprising the admired Pas
August 19, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
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
 

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THE KENTISH TIDE TAB Shoioingthe Time of High Water at the folloKinq the ensuing Week, both in the Morning and

THE KENTISH TIDE TAB Shoioingthe Time of High Water at the folloKinq the ensuing Week, both in the Morning and

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August 19, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

Accident to Mr. Justice Cresswell.—On Saturday night last, as Mr. Justice Cresswell was proceeding from Appleby to Lancaster, bis carriage was overthrown in descending a steep hill ou the north side of Borrowbridge, Westmoreland, but we are happy to say that neither bis lordship
August 19, 1845 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
In the summer of last year we chanced to hold some conversation upon the subject of the Corn Laws and

In the summer of last year we chanced to hold some conversation upon the subject of the Corn Laws and

Peek's recent currency measure, with gentleman of rery large landed property, a banker in a distant county, well known alike for his acutcness in business and for his extensive acquaintance and banking connection with the agriculturists of the populous county in which he resided
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
Representation of Southward —There are three candidates in the field for the representation this borough. Sir William Molesworth. baronet, (who

Representation of Southward —There are three candidates in the field for the representation this borough. Sir William Molesworth. baronet, (who

formerly represented Cornwall) stands on the most decidedly liberal principles, and states that, had he been in parliament he should have supported the Mavnootb Grant; Mr. J. Filcher, who is a free-trader, but opposes the Maynooth Grant, was second the field; and Mr. Miall, edit
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
SUSSEX PROVINCIAL NEWS.

SUSSEX PROVINCIAL NEWS.

CHICHESTER. CHICHESTER ELECTION. On Tuesday last the election for this city took place, but no' the slightest interest seemed to taken in the business, opposition having been ottered any party the re-election Lord Arthur Lennox. His Lordship, accompanied tew friends, proceeded t
August 19, 1845 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England