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Cheeper, Watson, and Jackson, London James Caiilon, Walker, and Lewis, Manchester Richerd Cobden and Co, Manchester 'Thomas Crompton, Manchester Darby

Cheeper, Watson, and Jackson, London James Caiilon, Walker, and Lewis, Manchester Richerd Cobden and Co, Manchester 'Thomas Crompton, Manchester Darby

and Garland, Loudon James Deacon and Sons, London and Manchester W. and T. Devas, Minchener, ond Roulledgc, London Davies, Freeman, and Co, Manchester John Dugdale and Brothers, Manchester Ellis, Everinglon, and Co, London David Evans and Cn, London Samuel Fletcher, Son, and Co,
August 29, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
"VIEWS IN COBURG GOTH A. PREPARING FOR PUBLICATION. Under the Patronage of HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. HIS ROYAL

"VIEWS IN COBURG GOTH A. PREPARING FOR PUBLICATION. Under the Patronage of HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. HIS ROYAL

HIGHNESS THE PRINCE ALBERT; Aod HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN DOWAGER. And Dedicated, Permission, to his Serene Highness THE DUKE OF SAKE COBURG GOTHA. SERIES OF VIEWS, of the Ducal Palaces, Castles, and Hunting Seats, in CoßCbb abd Gotha, Drawu the spot, and Lithographed by Douglas i.o
August 29, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

BOW-STREET.- Yesterday Lydia Gillard was charged with stealing a trinket-box, a pin-cushion, and other articles from the stall ef Mr. Samson, in the Lowther-arcade. James I .Hard, a lad employed by Mr. Samson, said that he was standing outside one of his employer's shops the pre
August 29, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CHELMSFORD CHRONICLE.

CHELMSFORD CHRONICLE.

The new religious reformation in progress in Germany, and which produced the riot at Leipsic, which we noticed last week, is beginning to excite the attention of Europe, as one of the great events of the age. It is no longer a quarrel between a Catholic priest and Ins Bishop. Th
August 29, 1845 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
Halstead Adjourned Petty Sessions.

Halstead Adjourned Petty Sessions.

August 25th. Before Charles Walter, Esq. Thomas Rayner, of Halstead, carter, was charged with refusing to obey an order of filiation of Rebecca Crisp's illegitimate offspring. The charge was preferred by the overseers of Earl's Colne, under the old statute. Defendant was committ
August 29, 1845 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
LONDON AND SOUTHEND RAILWAY AND DOCK COMPANY. Provisionally registered pursuant to Act of Parliament. CAPITAL, £500,000, 20,000 SHARES OF £25

LONDON AND SOUTHEND RAILWAY AND DOCK COMPANY. Provisionally registered pursuant to Act of Parliament. CAPITAL, £500,000, 20,000 SHARES OF £25

EACH. Deposit, £1. 10s. per Share. THE Railway will leave the Eastern Counties Line at Hutton, near Brentwood, and pass through or near the towns of Billericay, Wickford, Rayleigh, and Rochford to Southend, thus affording railway accommodation to the populous district of Rochfor
August 29, 1845 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
SHOEMAKERS, TAILORS, AID GENERAL BUSINESS COTHIER. BE DISPOSED OF, NOW IN FULL TRADE, a Market Town in Essex, within Twenty

SHOEMAKERS, TAILORS, AID GENERAL BUSINESS COTHIER. BE DISPOSED OF, NOW IN FULL TRADE, a Market Town in Essex, within Twenty

Mites of London. THE above business has been carried on with much respectability by the present proprietor thirty years, who is now retiring from a domestic loss. The Stock and Fixture* are about £200. Apply to Messrs. Bousfield, 12, St. Mary Axe, London. „ The Shoe Business, wi
August 29, 1845 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
JjKLGfUM, via DOVER and OSTEND.— That Drivr. ■•nriralled Iron Steamship the ONDINE leaves o*itJU 4 fo / OSTEND every MONDAY

JjKLGfUM, via DOVER and OSTEND.— That Drivr. ■•nriralled Iron Steamship the ONDINE leaves o*itJU 4 fo / OSTEND every MONDAY

and FRIDAY, and j^i-ND f or DOVER every WEDNESDAY and SATUR- *■ according to tide. ?? particulars apply to Mr. Rich. Bushell, Dover. LONDON AGENCY of the YORKSHIRE ijr FIRK and LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.— In con- ■b pj*- of the VACANCY occasioned by the retirement of „• Edward Hcnw
August 29, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
/ S MONEY. three several Sums of £2000, £1200, and f fcs.) -re wanted immediately oa good Freehold SejT To

/ S MONEY. three several Sums of £2000, £1200, and f fcs.) -re wanted immediately oa good Freehold SejT To

DRESS-MAKERS. wA first-hand Dress-maker, to take \\f .he entire maaagemeat of the Dress making de- Post-office, Wisbech. and GENERAL DEALERS. respectable young Man, in the above lines, wbo perfectly business, and can be well recommended from Situations has lived In.—g> Address 0
August 29, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
WXLUNOORE, LimtMmmv*. Jto SOLD AUCTION, the/frlTurji HaflT Inn mNavenby, the Six o'clock in the Evening, .nrVHE following desirable Freehold PROPER•

WXLUNOORE, LimtMmmv*. Jto SOLD AUCTION, the/frlTurji HaflT Inn mNavenby, the Six o'clock in the Evening, .nrVHE following desirable Freehold PROPER•

TT: vis.—Two Closes Parcels Old Pasture Land, adjoining each other, and containing together Seven Acres and Half thereabouts, situate the Low Field of Wellingork aforesaid, abutting lands Matthew Ashton, Esq. oa the East wd West, lands Mr. James and Mrs. Tuxford respectively on
August 29, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England