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WITH ILLUSTRATIONS by LEECH and ALFRED CROWQUILL. The SEPTEMBER NUMBER, Price Half.a&CrowO, of BENTLEY'S MI SCELLA NY ICI Contains- THE MARCEIONESS OF 1RfNVILLTIERS A Romance of Old Paris. By ALBERT SMtTH. With an Illustration by Leech. Chapter XXV. Marie has Louise in her ?? las
August 31, 1845 - The Era - London, London, England
 
S» S£*ecS' Mmliced, thnatowd D«roy Todd did not gin kia imw»M Only two yeu» igo, hkml omriJy p«( - -

S» S£*ecS' Mmliced, thnatowd D«roy Todd did not gin kia imw»M Only two yeu» igo, hkml omriJy p«( - -

n>7~ before him whoil dayi, ud hn STSS eMlnctoA m alliiaM hf mmnmg* with IfAwmrf «ad l Mlntlßn tfct h» Bin aifht aend back to my own coontiy with hangar,uutaadof which, be Mat thre* Amlwadoo BoUm. adTkinit Ameer to pntiiM to death. Now. of dua Tar Mahanmed Khan, Pil Aeea Khan wa
August 30, 1845 - Buxton Herald - Buxton, Derbyshire, England
 
THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

Experiment, I, at.-T., Lt.-Com. Jas. Harper (act.) (1815), Lake Huron. Fairy, yt. (1845) tender Kfctoriu o«rf lifter/, Mast.-Com. I. u. H- Tbutn, (acting) Portamouth. Fanny, tender St Vincent, Mast.G. Allen, (acting) Portsmouth. Fantome, 16 (1839), Commander Sir F. W. Nicholson
August 30, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
front window, and having seen the deceased, ran for a surgeon. Mr soon came, and pronounced him to be dead.

front window, and having seen the deceased, ran for a surgeon. Mr soon came, and pronounced him to be dead.

W hen she first saw the deceased was upon his knees, with his head resting against the door as though he had been trying to fasten the bolt. Thomas Brotherton, a police constable, corroborated her evidence, and said he had heard a groaning noise in the passage so early as one in
August 30, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
Yorkshire; Messrs Payne and Freer, Leicester ;Mr Wm. Tomkinson, Newcastle-under-Lyne; Mr Richard E. Hine, Macclesfield; Mr Lea, Cheltenham; Messrs Tate

Yorkshire; Messrs Payne and Freer, Leicester ;Mr Wm. Tomkinson, Newcastle-under-Lyne; Mr Richard E. Hine, Macclesfield; Mr Lea, Cheltenham; Messrs Tate

and Nash, Bristol; Mr. William Miles. ‘er; Messrs Read and Nicholson, Edinburgh; Messrs , N. 8.; and Messrs. H. and W. A. Tassie, Glasgow. Applications for shares must be accompanied a reference to the Solicitors of the Company, the Sharebrokers, or some other responsible person
August 30, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, Kino Wiuiau »tbeet, London. RECTORS Sir Henry WUlock, K.L.S. Chairman. .. , ~ J 1“" *®"

UNIVERSAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, Kino Wiuiau »tbeet, London. RECTORS Sir Henry WUlock, K.L.S. Chairman. .. , ~ J 1“" *®"

r , ' E«l- M.P. Deputy Chairman. Major-General Sir Richard Ann- William Kilburn, strong, C.B.K.C.T. and S, , Francis Macnaghten, Esq John Bagslmw, Esq. Charles Otway Mayne, Em Augustus Bosanquct, Esq. Robert Saunders, Esq. Charles Dashwood Bntce, Esq. , James Duncan Thomson, Kso
August 30, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

TUESDAY. The August General Session commenced yesterday, at the Sessions House, Clerkenwell-green. BooTaHL KEEPEsRs.-Mr. Payne, on behalf of the parochial authorities of St. Andrew's, Holborn, moved the court to pronounce judgment in the case of Jomes Lawson, and Jane, his wife,
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS.

UV3LIC AMUSEMENTS. UD"s ,k-ER's WiE THAil ier the Direction l Mrs. Warner &i M. zPhakS. riO-MOitROW, end Tuesday, will be ctaeoe.eti Sbetkapeie's 1lTrsiedy 0l MACBETH. Macbeth, ?? Phelps; Macdud' Tr .Hrnagedy ?? Aei.rlrcntDcrnH Mellon, Hieonte. bMr. S. Jones; Lady tlaclbth, Met.
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE PHYSIOLOGY OF HUNGER.

THE PHYSIOLOGY OF HUNGER.

I TO THE E-DITOR OF " LLOYD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER." V SiB,-In my letter last week, I promised more fully to expose the barbarity of the Poor-law dietary, by pre- senting your readers with a concise description of the physiology of hunger and slow starvation; I will at once i procee
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
London Gazette.—Tuesday, August 26.

London Gazette.—Tuesday, August 26.

I tondom oazette.-%9uesdmt August 26.1 l _ CROWN-OFFICE, AUGUST 26, 1845. Member Returned to serve in this Present Parliament. Steowartry of Kirkcubloright.-Thomas Maitlastd Esq., of Dundreurnan, in the room of Alexander Murray, Esq., deceased, BANKRBUPTS. JoWN KirXIIAm, butcher,
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England