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UCKINGHAMSHIRE RA' LWAY, and B OXFORD and WOLVEIRTON JUNCT10N.-Capital £72,260,000, in Shares of £20 each. Leposit £i2 10. per Share. (Registered provisionally, pursuant tq 1 and 8 Vic., cap. 110.) PaDVISIONq -D CO0)IMIrr:EB. His Grace the Duke of Buchkis.*hiam and Chandos, KG. T
August 20, 1845 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS.

MONEY MARKET AND CITY NEWS.

?? y fARRKET AND C1T]' NEWS. 1 TUESDAY. rnin u hich fell last night and this day, Vi' i w erclisoii, has affected the FUndS, 1%1,, ; i en tile Market, and a decline ,,0th't)(iuII the laxneqs done w; as limited, with fl ilrls l to the investments wade by the ' c'l ~tjoker in Reduc
August 20, 1845 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS,

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS,

Kent.— Wheat reaping has now very generally com- menced, and as the weather is more favourable, the prospect is more promising. The wheat crop has ripened very con- siderably during the last three fine days, and the fields are rapidly assuming the golden hue of harvest time. We
August 20, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
Till: LATE FIRE IN ALDERMANBURI'- — Mln.MA TED DAMAGE, NEARLY THREE 111^°^.THOUSAND POUNDS.

Till: LATE FIRE IN ALDERMANBURI'- — Mln.MA TED DAMAGE, NEARLY THREE 111^°^.THOUSAND POUNDS.

Till: LATE FIRE IN ALDERMANBURI'- — Mln MA TED DAMAGE, NEARLY THREE 111^°^ THOUSAND POUNDS. (FURTHER PARTICULARS.) «( on - We regret to state that the fire which occurred on day night in Aldermanbury," a brief report ?? t W n de<i appeared in the Standard of yesterday, has been a
August 20, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

TUESDAY, Aug. 19, [Borough of Southwark.— This Gazette notices that the death of Benjamin Wood, Esq., late a member serving in this present parliament for the borough of Southwark, having been certified to the Speaker in writing, under the hands of two members serving in this pr
August 20, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 

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AN EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDING.

AN EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDING.

EXTRAORDINARY PROCEEDING. CORONER'S INQUEST. [From the Bath Journal.] For some rime past rnmoar has been in circulation a p )r «* \a- if ta 1 Lient - Gen - George Dick, v v S^ denl y 33 lon « the 13;h of March, 1844, was to be disinterred,for a Coroner's at the particular de.ire
August 20, 1845 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

Mutiny the Chinese Seas.—Mutiny at sea, especially by the officers, is so rare an occurrence, that the recent, and for a time successful, attempt of the mate and gunner of the schooner Ariel, to take possession of the vessel, with her valuable freight of specie, is the cause of
August 20, 1845 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
COMMITTED TO WILTON GAOL.

COMMITTED TO WILTON GAOL.

August 12th.—Sarah Franks, Sessions, stealing ten fowls. August 13th.—Charles months imprisonment, bard labour, vagrancy. August ' George Gould, offending against the Excise August Owen, 3 calendar months impriso:. - ment, hard labour, vagrancv.
August 20, 1845 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
THE SWELL MOB AT A FUNERAL.

THE SWELL MOB AT A FUNERAL.

A well dressed man, named Alfred Page, who was stated to be a member of the swell mob. was brought up for final examination charged with having picked the pocket of lady named Astell, in the chapel of the Abney Park Cemetery, at Stoke Newington. The prosecutrix stated that at tw
August 20, 1845 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
SHOOTING.—DEVONSHIRE. r H iHE Trustees the late Earl of Egremont are 1. desirous of LETTING by TENDER, for such Term,

SHOOTING.—DEVONSHIRE. r H iHE Trustees the late Earl of Egremont are 1. desirous of LETTING by TENDER, for such Term,

as may be agreed upon, the right of SHOOTING over the following MANORS, all of which are within few Miles of the City of Exeter, and immediately contiguous to the Stations of the Great Western Railway, namely, the Manors of Silyerton and containing about 3,100 Acres; the Manor o
August 20, 1845 - Taunton Courier, and Western Advertiser - Taunton, Somerset, England