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DERBY AND CREWE RAILWAY.

DERBY AND CREWE RAILWAY.

DERIBY AND CREWE RAILWAY. I yesterdlay (Tu'Lesday) aI Deputation from this Compainy, Consisstinig of the Deputy Chairman, ?? 0. Blateman, sq.,, hlenry Cox, sqand Dr. Hleygate, had anl interview witl, Mr. fludson, and several directors of thle M~idland tli Baitwilay, at the Ratilw
August 20, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
DEATH UNDER MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES.

DEATH UNDER MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES.

I DTRII UNDER MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES. I ?? . .. ?? .. . s 1--rsl_ ._ 1 On Thursday, the 7th instant, as lhe miller of Baslow-tnill, near Chatsworth, was standing on the brink of the Derwent, by his mill, his attention was drawn to what appeared to ie at human body, which caine
August 20, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE QUEEN'S CONTINENTAL TOUR.

THE QUEEN'S CONTINENTAL TOUR.

I TrlE QUEN2'S CONTINENTA4 TOUBR. Persons wvholiold generally that therc is nothing ne 1- tld"l the suin will yet recognise the title of this article as necw- 11The Queen's Continental T1our." No Sovereign ?? bits ever' leore imdesilch a tours inl peace. Her MajestY and her royal
August 20, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON M - sF | ?? SA, RKE. -- I LO(NDON MARKE.TS. CORN EXCHANGI8-:MARtK LANE, LONDON, MIOND)AY, Aug. I8.-The weather was unfavourable for cltiming it thle crops thle greeter part of last weekc, but the )last two or three ilsys sI livie bee,, fitie, mnd harvest Will begin very ??
August 20, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BY R. &"l! PERRY & Co.,

BY R. &"l! PERRY & Co.,

R. &"l! PERRY & Co., Consulting Surgeons, LONDON. Published the Authors, and sold by Strange, 21, Paternoster-row; and Co., 63, Oxlord-streel; Purkis, Croiuptou-street, Soho Phillips, 264, Oxturdstrect, London; Grime, Blackburn ; aud by all Booksellers in Town and Country.
August 20, 1845 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 

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A TRUSTEE.

A TRUSTEE.

MABRIAOES. Thursday last, our Parish Church, the Rev. J. F. Coates, Mr. Thomas Calvert, manufacturer, Great Harwood, Miss Betty Aspden, of this town. On Thursday lust, at 81. George’s, Hanover-squarc, London, Henry lloghton, Esq , Bold, in this county, eldest son of sir Bold llo
August 20, 1845 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON , Tl.tr, L., b„„ |„ |jr*- » , * t««i , & r KnKl..b ' '.I -l! ' Iherft

LONDON , Tl.tr, L., b„„ |„ |jr*- » , * t««i , & r KnKl..b ' '.I -l! ' Iherft

bvinv ,f >l» \ / ; *«►/ . JispU < , ; ir«de, the tniU er( id though eimbied o', decl.oe.at which reUu u.,7 41 ply h-s .,r 1 ■ tree .,nd ;'•« vtiUK "o’ ■ M ■■ '■ hjve .luig, ur.OK, , I ..... addltlun.il , |, , marl.rt-djy , • U light dwtri,.,,,.,, 1.,, the turu f, ~ mpplj, uij J,
August 20, 1845 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
Arzizz irmxzjocifcx

Arzizz irmxzjocifcx

irmxzjocifcx thr C«rli»lc* J-hn 44.» rr«p,*ctable yc*nnn, **a« tried f«»r the murder lw*th In* «ife and lather l.v tneina of .irK'nio, in the panah of K>rl.- It th a the pn<..ner and Ilia wif • lived nneeanfortahlT -r (he vat U month*, the jinao.. r bavin,; too int.mitc with serv
August 20, 1845 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
THE WEATHER ANI) TIIE CROPS..— ♦

THE WEATHER ANI) TIIE CROPS..— ♦

THE WEATHER ANI) TIIE CROPS. — ♦ Yesterday the weather was the most unfavourable for the harvest of any we have experienced, bad as it has been for the last three weeks. The rain, from nine o'clock on Monday night till one o'clock yesterday at noon, fell heavily, and almost witho
August 20, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

(From our Correspondent. ) DUBLIN, August 18. Repealers of the aristocratic class were extremely scarce in Conciliation Hall this afternoon ; but there was ,10 observ- able diminution of the unemployed leather aprons which usually assemble here on each successive Monday. These g
August 20, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England