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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE OF TUESDAY, AUG. 19

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE OF TUESDAY, AUG. 19

BANKRUPTS. to surrender at basinghall street. Francis Jackson, of Marylebone street, Golden square, victualler, August 30 and Sept. 26 ; solicitor, Mr. Sherreff, Lincoln's Inn fields. Richard White, of Portsmouth, surgeon, Aug. 29 and Sept. 26; solicitor, Mr. Beetholme, New Inn,
August 23, 1845 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TOWN HALL

TOWN HALL

THURSDAY.— Before the Mayor George Basset and Joseph Taylor, two boys, one seven and the other elven years of age, were charged by a per- son named Depledge with garden robbery. The two pri- soners were seen by a policeman to go into the complain- ant's garden, at Park Grange, a
August 23, 1845 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, 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 4 11 South Sea Old Ann., — Do. Ace, — Do. New Ann., 984 3 per Ct Red. Ann., 99} _ India Stock, — . ?? Con, 994} India Bonds, 1000, — Do. 1
August 23, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

OXFORD, Ai'G. 21. ?? . el Ag This day Mr. David Erskine Dewar (from ?? ch flJ College) was admitted a probationary Scholar of ?»ew lege.
August 22, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL CWi._V-THis Day

CENTRAL CRIMINAL CWi._V-THis Day

(Before Mr. Justice Wightman.) CHARGE OF CHILD MURDER. , Mary Ann Eager, aged 19, was placed at the bar, en» 8^ on the Coroner's inquisition with the wilful murder o infant child. .•««, Mr. £. Piatt stated the case for the V rose ?? After snortly detailing the facts, the followi
August 22, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD RAILWAY-

CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD RAILWAY-

Yesterday a meeting of the proprietors of this coB1 £ g ?? was held in the offices of the company, W. Collett, tJ ?? M-P., in the chair. The secretary having read the vertisement calling the meeting, and the minutes ot former half-yearly meeting, and those of an extraordi i meet
August 22, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TRADE REPORT.

TRADE REPORT.

Thursday Evening- Tea is quiet. West India Sugar to-day lias been tolerably firm. The principal sales in the general produce markets ha Y been as follow: — Sugar, 704 bags Singapore were Be ?r*- y i_; taken iv at 475. to 48s. tor sound yellow, at 545. 6d. to 565. . o<j* for fine
August 22, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, August 21

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, August 21

(Before Mr. Justice AAtghtman.) George Smith, aged 23, was indicted, for that being em- ployed in the Post Office, he did, on the 26th July, ste&l a certain letter containing a brooch, value three shillings, and a silver pencil-case, value three shillings, the property of her Ma
August 22, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
RESUMED INQUEST ON TITE BODY DF GEN..DICK—VERDICT OF TIIE UOROAKR'S JURY.

RESUMED INQUEST ON TITE BODY DF GEN..DICK—VERDICT OF TIIE UOROAKR'S JURY.

RESUMED INQUEST ON TITE BODY DF GEN. DICK— VERDICT OF TIIE UOROAKR'S JURY. BATH, August 23. The coroner's inquest on the body of the late General George Dick was resumed this day. Oh the bench with the Coroner were the Mayor of Bath and his Grace the Duke of Hamilton. We also obs
August 25, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

DUBLIN, AuorsT SH. The weather has taken up, and general cheerfulness pre- vails at the very improved prospects of the harvest. The Rev. Henry Gubbins, curate of St. Mary's parish, and vicar of Kilbreedy, Limerick, died suddenly on Friday. The Limerick Chronicle thus mentions th
August 26, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England