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WATERLOO.

WATERLOO.

Waterloo a well-worn subject, yet always fresh, The following extract from memorandum Sir Digby Mackworth, written in the early morning after the action whilst the rest of the staff were asleep, describes the last charge with more accuracy and reality (notwithstanding dash of fi
August 19, 1845 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.. ♦

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.. ♦

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. ♦ Tho whole of yesterday, from sunrise to sunset was fine, genial, and comparatively clear, though with occasional clouds. The temperature at noon was 67 degrees, with a light breeze from W.S.W. The illusion of settled fine weather was, however, ultimat
August 19, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
BIRTHDAY OF THE DUCHESS OF KENT. The anniversary of the birthday of her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent was

BIRTHDAY OF THE DUCHESS OF KENT. The anniversary of the birthday of her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent was

celebrated last evening by her Royal Highness's trades-people, &c. Among the most brilliant illuminations in honour of the auspicious occasion were the following • The Italian Opera— A splendid illumination of variegated lamps, consisting of the initial letters •' D. K." in gold
August 19, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN ALDERMANBURY.

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN ALDERMANBURY.

A fire of a very destructive character, involving the loss of property to the amount of several thousand pounds, occurred last evening in Alhermanbury, the well-known nucleus of Manchester warehousemen in the city of London. To those not familiar with the locality it may be well
August 19, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
NAVAL INTELLIGENCE

NAVAL INTELLIGENCE

Woolwich, August 18.— The Black Eagle steam- vessel, Mr. S. B. Cook, Master-Commander, left Woolwich on Saturday afternoon for Portsmouth, to attend the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty during their visit to the Dockyards on the west coast. The Monkey steam-vessel, Mr. Willi
August 19, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 

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BIRTHS. On the 16th inst., the Lady Alicia Conroy, of a son. On Saturday, the 16th inst., at 14, Great

BIRTHS. On the 16th inst., the Lady Alicia Conroy, of a son. On Saturday, the 16th inst., at 14, Great

Stanhope-street, May- fair the Hon. Mrs. Edgell, of twins, a son and daughter. At Hounslow-heath, on the 15th inst., the Lady of Geo. C. Dalbiac, Esq., 4th 'Queen's Own) Light Dragoons, of a daughter. MARRIED. At St. James's, Dover, William Kingdon, Esq., of Duryard | I.od_re, n
August 19, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PRICES OF STOCKS.—This Day.

PRICES OF STOCKS.—This Day.

PRICES OF STOCKS.— This Day. AT ONE O'CLOCK. From the official list, containing the actual business transacted BRITISH FUNDS. Bank Stock, 211 10* Hi 10_ South Sea Old Ann., — Do. Ace., — Do. New Ann., .8} 3 per Ct. Red. Ann., 99| _ * India Stock, 272 3 per Ct. Con , 99. 9 I ndia
August 19, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MORNING NEWSPAPERS.

MORNING NEWSPAPERS.

(From the Morning Herald.) , j The Andover union workhouse abuse has . quite a windfall to the Times, furnishing an etf* lent opportunity for ventilating all its old com* places against the new poor law — common-p j which were true enough ten years ago, bu t v* have grown to be
August 19, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

RAILWAY INTELLIGENCE.

BRISTOL, Aug. 18. Stock Exchange. — The following are the closing prices : —Bristol and Exeter, 95 97; Ditto, New, 9| 10 pm ; Birmingham and Gloucester, 132 134 ; Ditto, Quarters (issued 7._ dis.), 32A 33._ ; Ditto, Halves, par, ._ pm; Bir- mingham and Oxford "Junction, 2\ 2^ pm
August 19, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS..nv THK niv'a duct

SHIP NEWS..nv THK niv'a duct

SHIP NEWS. nv THK niv'a duct ill THIS DAYS POST. LONDON, Aug. la.— Wind this day at noon, S by E, light breeze with much rain. DEAL Aug. 18.-S to SW.— Arrived, the Irys, from New \ ork. Arrived from the River, the Britannia, for Ceylon : the A rab, for Cape Coast Castle ; the Emm
August 19, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England