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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

On Wednesday se'nnieht, splendid ball was given at the White Hart Hotel Brentwood, Lieut. Pogson, of the E.I.C. Depot, Warley, on the occasion of his proceeding to India to join the rifle company of his regiment (the43rd Bengal Light Infantry.) here were present, Lady Petre. Mrs
August 29, 1845 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
DR. NORMS'S DROPS are a certain remedy for Fevers, Colds, Influenza, and all diseases that arise from obstructed perspiration. The

DR. NORMS'S DROPS are a certain remedy for Fevers, Colds, Influenza, and all diseases that arise from obstructed perspiration. The

medicine here recommended to the practitioner, and the public, possesses qualities of the most mild and beneficial nature; it is composed of articles known to be the most anti-putrescent, combined with the ingredient known to the profession, as the only certain antidote for feve
August 29, 1845 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England
 
COUNTRY MARKETS

COUNTRY MARKETS

COVENTRY, I* ft ida v last. Wb«»at J9s Od Mailing Barley, quarter, 35s od Od , Grinding ditto I'd to Od ; Oats, qr, old i 7» to 31s Od Beans, hag score, 16? Od to 17» 61. xspkctub'sW kkkly Return or Cork soi.d,coni'l:tkd bv tub Standaru Imckrial Measure.—Wheat, i' quarter? bushe
August 29, 1845 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MIXTURE. GEORGE DIXON BEOS respectfully to iuform the Inhabitants of Coventry tHat has just received a large supply of the

MIXTURE. GEORGE DIXON BEOS respectfully to iuform the Inhabitants of Coventry tHat has just received a large supply of the

celebrated HOWQUA'S MIXTURE DIRECT FROM CHINA, which, his system Small Profits, he is able to offer $s. 4d. per lb. This Tea is imported in Chests of the usual size, and has the great advantage of retaining its fragrance and delicacy of flavour in more perfect state than the usu
August 29, 1845 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD.

CHESTER AND HOLYHEAD.

Thursday the half yrarly meeting was held at the offices, 62, Moorgate-street, Mr. W. R. Collett, M.P. in the chair. Present, tho following directors Mr. G. C. Glyn, Chairman of the Birmingham ; Capt. C. R. Sloorsom, resident director; Mr. Ross Mangles, M.P.; Mr. Ferrer* ; Mr. A
August 29, 1845 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
DOMESTIC

DOMESTIC

«■* LAWKEMCE. It 19 now 3SCCT taine«l that the vx«t landed estate* of the late cent Mrs. Lawrence, of Studley Park, are bequeathe follows:—The Studley and Kipon property, inclnd in? Fountain's Abbey and Uackfall, to Earl lie Grey the Hatton, Sharrow, and the Kirkby Malzeard with
August 29, 1845 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
HIGH WATS* •T TIIZ rou.owura !LW pm •u IlaiSCIII• .au.

HIGH WATS* •T TIIZ rou.owura !LW pm •u IlaiSCIII• .au.

HIGH WATS* •T rou.owura !LW •u .au. Al arr. NM.I. Kari O. N. U. r. I I I 4 11 I I 10 II 9 latsmisy *seas, *wow. gam 1 MOWS N.. Noes, 14 0 minas pa 11
August 29, 1845 - Carmarthen Journal - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
AUG. 29, 1845. OF VIE or Sr. DASIDa.—The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of St. David's held his second visitation

AUG. 29, 1845. OF VIE or Sr. DASIDa.—The Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of St. David's held his second visitation

of the Clergy in the krekdeaconry of Carmarthen this day, at St. Peter's Church. Divine service commenced at eleven o'clock, the Venerable Archdeacon Besets reading the morning service. The was preached by the Roe. Mr. Williams, incumbent of Llaulluch. At the close of the sermon
August 29, 1845 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
FEMALE EDUCATION.

FEMALE EDUCATION.

CAMBRIAN SEMINARY, LANSDOWN HOUSZ, TENBY. ESTABLISHED by a Lady and Gentleman of the first respectability and family connexions, more than twenty years residents of Tenby, for the instruction of their own and a limited number of the daughters of the aristoeracy on the most appro
August 29, 1845 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
THE TWENTY-FIFTH THOUSAND. JUST PUBLISHED.

THE TWENTY-FIFTH THOUSAND. JUST PUBLISHED.

h staled envelope, price 3*. and sent free, receiving a Poet Office Order, for Ze. 6d. MANHOOD, the causes of its premature decline, with plain diraettunt for its restoration; to those auffering (rom the deatrnclin: effect* indolgenee, solitary habit*, infection; followed observ
August 29, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England