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Ceylon.—An express arrived in Colombo on . ■ evening w'.'h Intelligence t• the ■:• nth \ 5j..j Borers the day

Ceylon.—An express arrived in Colombo on . ■ evening w'.'h Intelligence t• the ■:• nth \ 5j..j Borers the day

pre vious under very awful clrcumatance*. appear* that •: rs company with Mr. and had ettet front nshower a ' pttptr, Juno 12.
August 23, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Breach of Promise of Marriage.—A ease of this discription was tried at tho assizes, the city Cork, Friday, in which

Breach of Promise of Marriage.—A ease of this discription was tried at tho assizes, the city Cork, Friday, in which

a young lady, named nrietta Little, aged about twenty-six, sued widower, named George Newcnbam, the ripe ago of 63, for damages laid at £5600. The sum of £510 wasf aid into court. The promiße was fully made out, and the breach defended ground that the defendant, looking into his
August 23, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Suicide.—Kemokse of Conscience. Un Monday, Mr. Bedford held an inquest at the White Horse, Rupertstreet, Haymarket, London, on tho body

Suicide.—Kemokse of Conscience. Un Monday, Mr. Bedford held an inquest at the White Horse, Rupertstreet, Haymarket, London, on tho body

of Emma Whale, aged 25, wife of bo >t maker in Upper Rupert-street. Sunday forenoon, between and II o'clock, deceased swallowed an and a half of oxalic acid, and she died about noon on the same day. Her husband had left her on the of May, with her friends Winchester, and, having
August 23, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Sates 'T'HO. HARDWICK and CO., Stock and Shark Brokers, Nj. 3, Street, Leeds, exactly Opposite tbe Mart. CCALBY LANE, LEEDS.-TO

Sates 'T'HO. HARDWICK and CO., Stock and Shark Brokers, Nj. 3, Street, Leeds, exactly Opposite tbe Mart. CCALBY LANE, LEEDS.-TO

BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Messrs. T. and W. Hardwick. on Wednesday, September, Scarborough's Hotel. Leeds, at Six Clock the Evening, all those TWO CLOSES on the East Side V J? '- I'A. 2r. 26p.. and in the Occupation '-' , d ' J' q '' a in ' the North the Estate of Griffith Wright. Esq
August 23, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LINES TO A SLEEPING INFANT.

LINES TO A SLEEPING INFANT.

the fitizea VCobpcih. Sweet babe ! thy slumbers, ti.ey ever blcawed, Dial sleep *t uiicuiiacioii' of vital breath , 'I > quiet spirit He»-n»* to rest Within s*ijii« painted tenement death I gentle throb that bids tbv 1-isom ri^e, Whilst balmy •deep across thine eye* hath stole ;
August 23, 1845 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
RAILWAY TIME TABLES.

RAILWAY TIME TABLES.

LONDON AND BIRMINGHAM RAILWAY. from Arrival mt Arnralat Arrival at liir ..nnjhmi*. Coventry. Lrammytm. J.onAom. I.* .V>u ii3.«n\ 1 .... iJi m.m 7 «.w.—Mixed . • 74J .... .... 0«. w« «.m. —Mail,mix. •.* 10 30Mixed .. 11 14 II « !>».»/* 12 moo* -Mixed .. 1< 4tf .... 2») .... \:>p.
August 23, 1845 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
New Theory of the Pyramids.—The theory M. Persigny is, that they were structures designed to resist the encroachment of the

New Theory of the Pyramids.—The theory M. Persigny is, that they were structures designed to resist the encroachment of the

sands of the desert; a theory not inconsistent with the supposition of their being also religious edifices, for the whole mythology Egypt allegorical of the struggle between the fertilizing river and the desolating sand ; and not necessarily in opposition to the fact of their be
August 23, 1845 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
PRICES OF SHARES IN MANCHESTER.

PRICES OF SHARES IN MANCHESTER.

o-Clack... 8_: Price per Preterit ~ Share price per So. Augusts. Share. ~£ RAIL W A VS. £ £ * 'Aberdeen *•• 25 'Armagh,Colrn.&Perthsh IS-- 2 i*- Barnsley Junction 'Ditto Half-share* -•• • 'l, " id ißelfast,Ba'raena&Canck 54- °« Birknhd.Man.fcChesh J HI- All ilirming. Gloucester-
August 23, 1845 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
auction. Beautiful Estate in the Vale of Clyde, Lanarkshire for Sale. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC ROUP, within Cay's Sale

auction. Beautiful Estate in the Vale of Clyde, Lanarkshire for Sale. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC ROUP, within Cay's Sale

Room, 99, George-street, Edinburgh, on Wednesday 15th October, 1845, at two o'clock afternoon, if not previously disposed of: THE ESTATE of MAULDSLIE, consist, of 446 imperial acres, or thereby.—Mauldslie Castle (the residence of the late Earls of Hyndford) stands on the banks o
August 23, 1845 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON LIFE ASSOCIATION, No. 81, King William-street—[Established 1806.] President— Sir CLAUDIUS STEPHEN HUNTER, Bart. Vice-President —CHAßLES FRANKS, Esq. , _

LONDON LIFE ASSOCIATION, No. 81, King William-street—[Established 1806.] President— Sir CLAUDIUS STEPHEN HUNTER, Bart. Vice-President —CHAßLES FRANKS, Esq. , _

Trustees. Michael Gibbs, Esq., Aid. I Charlei Perkins. F:sq. Dease Barnewall, Esq. | Thomas Moore. Esq. Richard Baggallay. Esq.^"'"sd ward Henry Jones, Esq. Thomas B. Burbidge, Esq. Henry Luard, Esq. Matthew Clark, Esq. Isaac-Nicholson, Esq. Henry T. Curtis, Esq. Josiah Roberts,
August 23, 1845 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England