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rpo the GENTLEMEN of the HUNT.—To LET, Belinva (one mile irom Leicester), excellent STABL.INU and BOXES t nine or iwdre

rpo the GENTLEMEN of the HUNT.—To LET, Belinva (one mile irom Leicester), excellent STABL.INU and BOXES t nine or iwdre

horrrs, wltb uuille-room, conch-house, and other conreni** THIRST RATE SHOOTING over 3,000 acres, miles from London.—\bußdMt It •t<ieke*l with hard, phcuani*. partndgt*, and cock a. The owner isde«trou« of hanna acumpaninn to ahare 'he aport, board, and lodgine in a rood with ai
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
GRAVESEND for FIVE PENCE; or Gravesend and back far Nintpencr.—Tb* ft t and commodioaa STAR PACKETS k«ve Nichol- M>n'« Wharf,

GRAVESEND for FIVE PENCE; or Gravesend and back far Nintpencr.—Tb* ft t and commodioaa STAR PACKETS k«ve Nichol- M>n'« Wharf,

Lower Thamea-atraet, ercrr trniDK at ana 10 o’clock, rc'urniot fr ni the Royal Terrace Pie? ererr a ternoo at half-paat i and half-paat « o’clock.— OUrrre, only 5d »aioon.—N B. The bctl London porter to bad board on dranicbf.—Auniat J9. IMS
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE TWO SECRETARIES OP STATE

THE TWO SECRETARIES OP STATE

THE TWO SECRETARIES STATE These arc holiday times for all her Majesty’s Ministers, with two exceptions—the exceptions are Lord Aberdeen, and Sir R. Peel’s unpitied fag, Sir James Graham. Lord Aberdeen is the Rhine, affording all the amusement that dull, conceited and pompous man,
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
STOURBRIDGE RACES.

STOURBRIDGE RACES.

Monday.—The East Warwickshire Stakes of 3 sovs each, with added, for three years old, &c. Heats, mile and a half. Seven subs. Mr. Sherwood’s b f Reliance, 3 yrs (H. Bradley) 3 I Mr. Batson’s The Bird, aged .. .. 0 2 Mr. Flint off’s The Elbe, 4 yrs .. .. 10 3 Each heat won by a l
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
iySOLrK\T l)Kb TORS’ PKTITIONf

iySOLrK\T l)Kb TORS’ PKTITIONf

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August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
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August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MARK LANK CORN EXCHANGE.

MARK LANK CORN EXCHANGE.

FRIDAY, August 29. The arcooDta which have reached in, week, from nearly the whole of our wheat growing district*—but more particularly from the southern and western counties—arc, on the whole, of a favourable character. In Essex, Kent, Hampshire, Devonshire. &c*» large quantiti
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

On the inst., an advanced age, Lady Theodosia Eleanor Hale, wife of Mr. R. H. B. Hale, Her ladyship, who was youngest daughter of the late Earl of Mayo, by the only daughter of Sir Richard Meade, Bart., whs married in February, 18U7, to Mr. Robert If. B. Hale, by whom her ladysh
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
D.ttu, ou Grain from lintikh P'wscssioms out of Europe except Canada..

D.ttu, ou Grain from lintikh P'wscssioms out of Europe except Canada..

D.ttu, Grain from P'wscssioms out of Europe except Canada.. Duties «n Canada Produce DUTT ti»h HossC'Siou, ditto The prices of Wlieaten Bread the Metropolis are from to 9d; of Household ditto, t>id to 8d per libs, loaf.
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
LONDON COAL BXOHANOB.

LONDON COAL BXOHANOB.

f Price of Coala oer Ton the cloae of the Markets WEDNESDAY. Auo. 37.—Uuddle’a Weat Hartley 17a Carr’a Hartley 17s. .Chester Mala 16e 6d.. Holywell Main 1656 d.. Nelaou’s Weat Hartley 17a.. New Tanfield 14a.. Ord’a Kedheugh 14a.... Kavcuaworth’s Weat Hartley 17a ..Teufield Moor
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England