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– EAST SUSSEX.-RETIREMENT OF MR. DARBY.

– EAST SUSSEX.-RETIREMENT OF MR. DARBY.

- EAST SUSSEX.-RETIREMENT OF MR. DARBY. (From the Brighton, Ga:ette.) We announce this day, with mingled pain and pleasure, the intention of our excellent county member, Mr. Darby, to retire from the• representation of East Sussex. The gratification with which we read the notice
August 29, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CHANGES

CHANGES

Earl Compton and Lord William Compton, from the westetn highlands of Connemara, on a tour in Ireland; Lady Teynham, at Cheltenham, from a tour; the Earl of Miltown, on a visit to the Earl of Howth, at Howth Castle, from Rossborough ; Mr. Buller, M.P., from Plymouth, on a tour; t
August 29, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- 4,;! HEFFIELD and SOUTH JUNCTION RAILWAY.—This line will in FUTURE be CALLED the LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD, SHEFFIELD, and SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE

- 4,;! HEFFIELD and SOUTH JUNCTION RAILWAY.—This line will in FUTURE be CALLED the LEEDS, HUDDERSFIELD, SHEFFIELD, and SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE

DIRECT RAILWAY.—The alteration of part of the route has been made in consequence of the desire of the inhabitants of the cloth districts of the north, who were anxious to have more direct communication with London and Southampton. The branch out of it,to:.•,connect it with Sheff
August 29, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NUMBER ONE, SAINT PAUL'S CHURCHYARD.—It is.strength, richness of flavour, and excellence of quality, combined with unparalleled smallness of profit, that

NUMBER ONE, SAINT PAUL'S CHURCHYARD.—It is.strength, richness of flavour, and excellence of quality, combined with unparalleled smallness of profit, that

recommend to all classes of society the oldfashioned fine TEA, at O. 6d. per pound. Sold by DAKIN and Co., Tea Merchants, Number One, St. Paul's Churchyard; and visitors to London may save a considerable portion of their railway expenses by purchasing Teas and Coffees at Number
August 29, 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
BRIDLINGTON UNION.—CONTRACTS FOR PROVISIONS. [mmr tubs.] PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING I with the Guardians of this Union for the •apply

BRIDLINGTON UNION.—CONTRACTS FOR PROVISIONS. [mmr tubs.] PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING I with the Guardians of this Union for the •apply

of the under-mentioned Articles, from the 20th Day of September to the 20th Day of December next, us requested to send Sealed Tenders to Board Room, BndUngton, before Ten o'clock in the Forenoon of Sato BOAT, the I3lh Day September next, vix.. for SECONDS BREAD, good SECONDS FLO
August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
HULL SHAKE MAKKET Thttredav.

HULL SHAKE MAKKET Thttredav.

August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
«•*»*> Price per Rkare.

«•*»*> Price per Rkare.

August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

AT RRLLE VUE, near Shrewsbury, a HOUSE, ronsittinp of • larjfe kitchen. *»ith rooking apparatus, also a large parlour, and tilling room, a large timing room, and aevni bed-rtK.rut, with closela. also a gig-bouse and tiaMe. alao a garden one tjuarter acre, with_ fruit Iretrs.—App
August 29, 1845 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
NO TICE—LUDLOW

NO TICE—LUDLOW

TICE—LUDLOW Mr Horatio Jonca Is now at Mias Crump's, Cs» r Street, Ludlow, and will remain This U*» Morrow. No. 3, Sr John's Hill, Shrewsbury, August 2Htb, I Mb.
August 29, 1845 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts

VISIT fa Aog. 21.—At length, after more than ten days "SI^L^SS? - ******hiig, the Queen and her Consort are *t|f^** ~JBP «'*tt»tquietucs the resident of the Prince's **•*•■**■ Her Majesty, said, slept last night the very 9P**^ v fcrfc*> Nw Albert was bora.—The journey from i? *
August 29, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England