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BANKRIPTS. I'rr, llampthirr, maiuter. . v», ¥h«m Cottage, Uraat Stanmore. xe. N»rt timber merchant, E'lmund*. tobicroniat. •ooa *freet. Boixl-atreat, dentiat

BANKRIPTS. I'rr, llampthirr, maiuter. . v», ¥h«m Cottage, Uraat Stanmore. xe. N»rt timber merchant, E'lmund*. tobicroniat. •ooa *freet. Boixl-atreat, dentiat

lOFTB, Lifer pool, corn merchant. Shrew* u'» liabrrdaahr'. OTCH BEQI EBTRATIONS. sow, coach prnpnetor. i»op ami HcadawowdJbn* nc.w of Lea ie Park, farmer. )N OAZRTTB OP FRIDAY, AUO. 15. BANKRUPTS, rflehone-.aoe, clothe* dealer. Vood-»free'. Pmice*-road. Lambeth, corn dealer, ■•t
August 24, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CRICKET, under PATRONAGE of the MARYLEBONI CLUB.—ROBERT DARK, sols inventor and manufacturer of the Tubular inna Rubber Gloves and the

CRICKET, under PATRONAGE of the MARYLEBONI CLUB.—ROBERT DARK, sols inventor and manufacturer of the Tubular inna Rubber Gloves and the

Improved Leg Guards, respectfully Informa the lovers of tbs game of Cricket that has Urge supply of these essential articles, in addition to bto celebrated Cricket Bella (no others are it the great Matches on Lord’s Ground) always ready. Spiked solra for erirket shoe* The Laws o
August 24, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS AN9W K R B

TO CORRESPONDENTS AN9W K R B

CORRESPONDENTS AN9W K R B CHESS —B: Thanks for no’-. The problem by your relative iieice'l«it; but »e wouia Mas to u«« fewer pieces in composing his sss'i t,e the o'j'r one vou ws jre 'sung in store*. rsre.lv see publication to vhlrh aiiwle TD I. \ou shall not have r»ii*e tocompl
August 24, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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out ofZ'r**, syra

out ofZ'r**, —. —• . . The 1 * lc».. Mr St Aihana, yra ntson'a MiHam, atart Sammrr’a n M>a« Alntree i<*n_accd. Rnaebad, »»•. Mr PIT- r%p,'a »r* Pomere.'end I Matnef. , when the Inheritor Ally broke intv'hed to MldJlethorpe *urn ; . >w, recovering her leed, won Saddler. * yy*. Sat
August 24, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

th. mjhai,,., man , wifr would not lon* r.raaiu a mynUry. '- retired.—Oa Tuesday J ~e an Wappiug, was charged 'V*“ l e J i Ellen Tyrrell, the woman mentioned nlmva Police constabl-s ICS 175 K stated that they the prisoner soon niter eleven o’clock at , W ,,n Wall, when admitted
August 24, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 

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TOE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER. RAILWAY SHARE LIST. THE •GROCERS' GAZETTE. Busine*g *' Noilwaya.' S/un Paid. Dune, Paris «n«l StrAsburjr

TOE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER. RAILWAY SHARE LIST. THE •GROCERS' GAZETTE. Busine*g *' Noilwaya.' S/un Paid. Dune, Paris «n«l StrAsburjr

(GunneronN) 20 Ditto (Comps L'Kstc) .. .. 2 Paris tod St. Quautin .. .. 2 Kouen and Havre Royal North Spain .. .. 2 2|| and Meuse 6 Strasburr nod Haale .. .. .. 14 Tours and Nantes (Mackenzie) 20 , 2 Fours and Nantes‘.(Letevre’s) .. Verona ami Ancona j West Flanders 2 Railway Rk
August 24, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE SPORTSMAN'S GAZETTE

THE. SPORTSPI S GAZETTE i ?? , . . - - 3 EDITED BY "VATES." [L.kTEST EDITION.] To COUNTRY AGENTs AND SUBSCRIBERS. THREE EDITIONS OF THE ERA. The orb~t eitio ispublshe in imefor Vre DMorning, Trains so that it may be in the hands of olir readert Cithin 300 milles of thae Metropoli
August 24, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

iPOLICE Fs.TELUGENCL dAANSION-3OUSE SXronogss.-Oll Friday, Win. Martin,, aged -It, who Am 1iseen nll itenowa to the police for many years as an btroriglbte, though petty thief, and has been many times -,Mt Cl-toel; for ouch offences, was brought before the 0si ?? ,, charged with
August 24, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
BONE GRINDING POVERTY.

BONE GRINDING POVERTY.

BONE GRIND1Na POVERTY. "'enny by pemny, and ounce by ounce." Toe revolting and, I may call it, unexampled cruelty practised by those who claim to be conservators of the poer, which has been brought to lght in the Andover poor-,aw union, will, it is hoped, prodace that punish- men
August 24, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
SATURDAY'S POLICE.

SATURDAY'S POLICE.

. . $TURDAY'S POLICE. MANSION-HOUSE. DhaRiN STOrarT toBnonnY. - Eliabeth HIadley, a I nymp of ?? pave, about twenty years of age, was placed at the bar before the Lord Mayor, charged with having robbed a gentleman connected with the Corn-market, but woaoe name did not transpire,
August 24, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England