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HULL PRICE CURRENT.—AUGUST 27, 1845.

HULL PRICE CURRENT.—AUGUST 27, 1845.

HULL PRICE CURRENT.-AuGUST 27, 1845. LINSEED, Odessa. nernuar .- . 0 O -. , LLD, es esaa, per quar . £2. . 2 to £2 3 ~Petersburg fine200 ?? 0 0 0 Common ?? 1 I I 0 Ilferior ?? I1 0 ?? 0 Riga .1170. 000 MeluelandKonigsberg 1 15 o.. 1 17 0 Archangel.1 iS O I 19 0 Hambro' and Danish
August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
PORBION ARRIVED.

PORBION ARRIVED.

Asooer M —Echo, Btoalo ; Wllaon. Jordan RouCutto, Tbobunt i fram Eugene. Bcanara, from Antworp. Oam, Hwttooo; Coldaltaam, Sharp i from Arohangal, Lucy ■Haa. Vineo, from Dookltk. Nijeerdahl, Sohlppora, from Ewoito. Alida Marta, Oeluo. from Ktmpcn. t«.—Friuoo, Olaan, from Laeroig
August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1846.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1846.

dale® bp Guenon, See, /, SHETLAND PONBY. EOR SALE, very handiome SMALL SHETLAND PONEY, Fire Yean Old, pery gentle and quiet to ride. Apply to AaaTON Cox and Co., Poeterngate, Hall; to Mr. ScntrroH, North Fetriby. Butinegg MOOreig g QAMUEL PHILLIPS, STOCK AND SHAHB-BBOKER. 35, SC
August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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FnmOr.JUmm.UiUl.—JH'* 1 u '*. >*<’• Mr. Tmoc ku n«»r<4 eoiu froor mj (tel vilhonl •ajr Min KhnUnr, qtll* MUUMtsrj. I ono eonßitently recummtu4 hia. Jam la AboiiaoM, M.U. Frem Bait. Omm, gtt.&trfOK.tt.-lltUl, Auflul 1 »l*. 18« Mr. Tout. •( naorrd froa mj (tel, atnur Hut conri.a. a
August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
BEST REMEDY FOR INDIGESTION. ORTON’S CAMOMILE PILLS .re confidently recommended a simple but cer>ila remedy, to ell who tufts Item

BEST REMEDY FOR INDIGESTION. ORTON’S CAMOMILE PILLS .re confidently recommended a simple but cer>ila remedy, to ell who tufts Item

Isdlgsstin, Ack Header lie, BiUoue sod ear Complaints; liter eel ae powerful tooir sod ■valla aperient. Impartial tovnatk to the s'.omscli. aid compo »ure to iftenervous *oU touloa at Is. l|d., 2s. M., sod I Is. aaek, vrary Town iu tka lUaedom. CAUTION.—Beau re to ask fur NORTON
August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 

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THE YORKSHIRE FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COM PANT. at York, 1824, EMPOWERED BY ACT OP PARLIAMENT Capital—£soo.ooo. PATRONS. The Archbishop

THE YORKSHIRE FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COM PANT. at York, 1824, EMPOWERED BY ACT OP PARLIAMENT Capital—£soo.ooo. PATRONS. The Archbishop

York 'Sir Frauds Lawlay, Bart. The Marquis of Undoaderry'Slr Geo. Strieklasd. Bart.. M.r. Bui {Sir W. B. Cooke, Bate The Earl of Tyrtonuel Sit W. A. logllby, Bart. The Earl of (Sit Tattoo Sykea, Bart. The Earl of Zatlaud ,Str J 11 Lowlher.BtrL.MP. The Bishop of Ripoa lBir B*muel
August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
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PO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, ■L a SubaUniiat and Wvll-buill WINDMILL, (be MAUHINEUY andliOlNC bclnngin» thereto, and the SIU'.DS, KKECTIONS, and GRODNO attached to the same, ailuate Oumim Lane, the Uolderness Hoad, now in the occupation of Mr. William Turner. Also,a GROUND adj
August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
CULTIVATION OF COTTON IN THE EAST INDIES

CULTIVATION OF COTTON IN THE EAST INDIES

(i rom the Munahes'er fiuarduin.) We have lardy received some information respecting the cultivation of improved varieties of cotton in the East Indies, which will not be without interest to the great bulk of our readers. We have stated, on former occasions, that the experi- men
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FESTIVITIES AT HAG LEY. On the 26th of August last year, the members of the Birmingham Athenic Institute invited their

FESTIVITIES AT HAG LEY. On the 26th of August last year, the members of the Birmingham Athenic Institute invited their

President, Lord John Manners ; Sir John Hanmer, Mr. Milnes, &c, to a dinner, a full account of which appeared in this paper. On Tuesday, the 26th of August this year, Lord Lyttelton gave the society one of those hearty joyous fetes which, animated by the spirit of other kindlier
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TIDAL HARBOURS.

TIDAL HARBOURS.

The Report of the commissioners on this important sub- ject is now printed and delivered to Members. After no- ticing the condition of various harbours, it concludes : — Your commission humbly recommend— That a Board of Conservancy be established for the superintendance and pro-
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England