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ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE.

NORTHERN CIRCUIT.— Liverpool, Aug. 28. NEWTON V. GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY. The adjourned case was resumed this morning and concluded at twelve o'clock, when a verdict was returned for the plaint iff—Damages, 1,000/.
August 29, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
'ABERDEEN. Arrwrf [An*. 281 Am cSSenVersmSh^T SriM [Au*. 29] for Arrived [An*. 28] from Valam.Granam. Granraoiitli CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY. [A««.2B] from

'ABERDEEN. Arrwrf [An*. 281 Am cSSenVersmSh^T SriM [Au*. 29] for Arrived [An*. 28] from Valam.Granam. Granraoiitli CUSTOM-HOUSE QUAY. [A««.2B] from

Hall Virid, Dance 129] AMboroaib pi*mn mm v nnr XB/V.r.■!n PPTt. *. -» "'in. . w ft DEPOT* , DOWNE'S. DAVIS’S. BMArra w?S^« Ha>rAiin.UabUnlf29] da PENNING ArrirtJ lAu*.2Bl from Burton, Hurt, Gainsbro* ORIPPIN’S. Arrived Ang. 29] /ram Elizabeth, Bunn, Sheerncu [Aag. 29] for [K fm
August 29, 1845 - Shipping and Mercantile Gazette - London, London, England
 
1111.01143 M'S BLIACHINO U411:11D.

1111.01143 M'S BLIACHINO U411:11D.

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August 29, 1845 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
SULLING OFF CARPETS. LUCK, KENT, and CUMMING beg to inform Nobility and Gentry, as well as their friends and the

SULLING OFF CARPETS. LUCK, KENT, and CUMMING beg to inform Nobility and Gentry, as well as their friends and the

pub,, that they have REMOVED their businesi from CARPEhTERS i:.LL, LONDON WALL, to their lonst-established warehouss, 4, 4 BENT-STREET, WATERLOO-PLACE, onposhe Howell and Z l 'es's, and to 98, HA TTON-G.IRDE N, HOLBORN, where they trust 'patronage will be continued which thoy ha
August 29, 1845 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
FLY and BURY ST. EDMUNDS RAILWAY. A Company is in the course of formation for the construction or a Railway

FLY and BURY ST. EDMUNDS RAILWAY. A Company is in the course of formation for the construction or a Railway

&sin the city of Ely to the town of Bury St. Edmunds. The line will cnnmence by a Junction at Ely with the Eastern Counties, Lynn and Ely, and Ely and klutitingdon Radways, and will terminate at Bury by a junction with the Ipswich and Bury Railway. Its object is to preserre the
August 29, 1845 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
DAVIDGE'S ROYAI. SURREY THEATRE

DAVIDGE'S ROYAI. SURREY THEATRE

Overflow—ite-engagement — of MadatneV;sirisaud Mr. C. .ZwLitt .ews--,econd Night of the Fairy Extrztv,„vranza of "Beauty R. Homier, Neville, Heslop, Lewis, Fredericks, Mrs. R. kairuel,Ld Miss vtart:n. After which, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Beauty, Madame Y,:sir,s; Beast, Br. D. W. K
August 29, 1845 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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August 29, 1845 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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IRELAND. REPEAL ASSOCIATION. DUBLIN, Auc. 25.—The weekly meeting of the,Association was held this clay, John Reilly, Esq., T C., in the chair. Mr. JOHN O'CONNELL, M.P., in moving the adoption of the following address to the Protestants and Presbyterians of Ulster, said that, notw
August 29, 1845 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
',oar th•ir signature, were compelled-to pobists a e9rt;in uron the subject.

',oar th•ir signature, were compelled-to pobists a e9rt;in uron the subject.

' , oar th•ir signature, were compelled-to a uron the subject. CLERKENWELL. - Mr. Storey, a solicitor, residing in Verson-street, Lloydsquare, was charged with using language calculated to cause a breach of the peace to Mr. Edward Laforest, a merchant living at 26, John-street, B
August 29, 1845 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
REDUCTION OF FARES. SOUTH-EASTERN AND CONTINENTAL STEAM-PACKET COMPANY.—BEST ROUTE to BELGIUM and GERMANY, viA DOVER and OSTEND.—The South-Eastern and Continental

REDUCTION OF FARES. SOUTH-EASTERN AND CONTINENTAL STEAM-PACKET COMPANY.—BEST ROUTE to BELGIUM and GERMANY, viA DOVER and OSTEND.—The South-Eastern and Continental

Steam-packet Company's splendid fast iron steam-ship PRINCESS MARY, carrying the English and Belgian mails, and performing the passage in four hours and a half, leaves Dover for Ostend every Thursday and Sunday morning early, enabling travellers to leave Ostend by the early trai
August 29, 1845 - Sun (London) - London, London, England