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LEICESTER, ASHBY-DE-LA ZOUCH, BURTONsJPPON-TRENT, AND STAFFORD JUNCTION RAILWAY. THE Committee of Management of (he above undertaking beg in inform tbe

LEICESTER, ASHBY-DE-LA ZOUCH, BURTONsJPPON-TRENT, AND STAFFORD JUNCTION RAILWAY. THE Committee of Management of (he above undertaking beg in inform tbe

Sciipholders that, under the powers contained in the Subscribers' Agreement, they base entered into an arrangement with tbe London and Man Chester Direct Independent Railway (Remington's Line) for an AMALGAMATION with that Company, so that the Scriphohlers can either change thei
August 22, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
READINGS AND REFLECTIONS. IN the Press, and shsrtly will be Published, under the above Title, Volume of ESSAYS. By J.

READINGS AND REFLECTIONS. IN the Press, and shsrtly will be Published, under the above Title, Volume of ESSAYS. By J.

HEMMING WEBB. Dedicated (Fy permission) to his Grace tbe Duke of Rutland, K.G. Lord Lieutenant of tbe County Uicester, etc. etc. ice. Including (inter alia) new and revised Edition of the PRIZE ESSAY ON POETRY; an Essay on the ancient Barbaric Philosophy, Introductory to the Gre
August 22, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
DARING lIOUSK ROBBERY.

DARING lIOUSK ROBBERY.

One tin* most daring robberies which have bad to chronicle for some years past, in connection with this neighbourhood, took place on Saturday last, at the dwelling house of Mr. llryan, in the Lozells Lane. It appears that Mr. Bryan a single gentleman, and his household consisted
August 23, 1845 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1845.

BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1845.

August 23, 1845 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
OLDBITtY.

OLDBITtY.

The Debts Bill.—A meeting of the Commii*siomTB of tin* Ul-llmi v Court of Bequest" was held on \V« so nuight, t<> taki- iuto cousideratiou the act for bitter securing the ul Hinall dehi", at wbicb a deputation from the iuhahiu uiitsul lue of Dmlley attended, for the purpose ofoh
August 23, 1845 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TO / 0 uy We l>eg to state that Advertisement* our Ojfic* not later than Six o'Clock 0,1 f '

TO / 0 uy We l>eg to state that Advertisement* our Ojfic* not later than Six o'Clock 0,1 f '

Evening, -hi order to ensure their ins. of the fo/lutring dag.
August 28, 1845 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Tho old French ship, the " has beaten all the other vessels the Experimental Squadron party of ladies and gentlemen, were few days ago overtaken furious storm, whilst enjoy themselves the lake, and were obliged to remain all night St. Herbert's Isl e spent the time cheer!ally th
August 28, 1845 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE, Friday. ??? 22

From the LONDON GAZETTE, Friday. ??? 22

Whitehall, Aug. 21.—Sir James Graham, Baronet, one of her Majesty's State, has been pleased to appoint William jjiw! George Darby, Esq., Enclosure Commissioners * Partnerships Dissolved.—Fuidge, " Bristol, grocers—Wall and Hanbury, Devizes, , V* 1 Bankrupts.—John Sims, Tollard w
August 28, 1845 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
SHIRTS. WM. ALEXANDER begs to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Public generally, that be has relinquished the HOSIERY and GLOVE

SHIRTS. WM. ALEXANDER begs to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Public generally, that be has relinquished the HOSIERY and GLOVE

branches of his Business, and in future will devote tbe whole of his attention to the Shirt - making and general Oatfitting Business. From new method of measuring for Shirts, lately introduced by W. A., he can insure a perfect and easy fit ; and Gentlemen who may honour him with
August 28, 1845 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Vanghan, Infant .laughter Ato w ' S,WU J « *iBB, E«q., of Ashley Place. lS^ a^uW' S C,t Ann "nitlett.

Vanghan, Infant .laughter Ato w ' S,WU J « *iBB, E«q., of Ashley Place. lS^ a^uW' S C,t Ann "nitlett.

years a Wo , y. " lly of J Esq./late 1 rogreUo.l. Anne. - «»q-. of Beech Lodge, fti'Jf * Wilts, the Lady ,i '«n^;" K,v named ,„, ',Vi f , ,a « Halo, Esq, J '.ln ' Her '• ley, in the conrrty of ttd Earl P * t,,<! youngest daughter of Ambers „f p y ..', motheT R «■ Hale. Eaq., <-f
August 28, 1845 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England