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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GLOBE.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GLOBE.

Sin,—After taking ten days to consider of it, Mr. Asburst bu at length ventured to publish rejoinder to my reply of the 18lh inst. I can well conoeiTe that has been writhing in painful indecision during this interval; for in the first instance be favoured me with some teo or twe
August 29, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TOO TALL BY A HEAD

TOO TALL BY A HEAD

Mr. Daniel O'Cormell — Pray, Sir, are you aware that you are a head taller than you have any right to be - [n the year 1843 you were pleased to promise that you would achieve repeal within six months, or else " lay your head upon the block." Since then eighteen months have elaps
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
STOCK AND SHARE LISTS— Yesterday.

STOCK AND SHARE LISTS— Yesterday.

(By Authority otthe Committee of the Stock Exchange.) ENGLISH FUNDS. Bank Stock, 212 ?? South Sea Old Ann. 3 per Cent. Fled., J_,„ ?? ?? ' Do. New Ann. 3 per Ct. Cons. Ann. 99'; ?? 'J 3 per Cent. Ann. 1751, 3 per Cent. Ann., I72t>, Bank Stock for Ace. NewHjprCt. Ann. 102;% •»,.,
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FALMOUTH EXPRESS.

FALMOUTH EXPRESS.

On Tuesday arrived the brig Mountaineer, of Dundee Capt. George Fleming, from St. Doming*, with a cargo of Coffee.Cotton, and Logwood, very leaky, having struck on a coral reef near the Bahamas. The cargo is being discharged. Accident.—On Tuesday evening Mr. G. Drown, of the Cor
August 29, 1845 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
OFFICIAL INQUIRY AT THE ANDOVBR

OFFICIAL INQUIRY AT THE ANDOVBR

After onr Wednesday's dispatch left Andoversev^ nesses were examined, whose testimony tnre *L*je, one light upon the case. Mr. Francis Russel -* jU^ ; ? a< j freqn fl the guardians, deposed tliat Mrs. Barrett had^"*" een opportunities of making complaints to him bad j ne j, b di
August 29, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

YORK AL'SLST RACES. Wednesday, August TheDundat Stakes, of 15 soys. each, 10 ft, with 30 added mile and quarter; subs. Mr. Hill's br c Sweetmeat, 4 yrs walked over Sweepstakes of each, 10 ft; mile and quarter ; 9 subs. Mr. Ramsay's br g Mid-Lothian C-ye) 1 Mr. L. Fox's eh c June
August 29, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Tbb or Paunsta's Toast Bbuhl —Tbe Moaiteur Beige contains the billowing, under dale Cologne, 13th August:—" The following are the

Tbb or Paunsta's Toast Bbuhl —Tbe Moaiteur Beige contains the billowing, under dale Cologne, 13th August:—" The following are the

exact words of the toast whicb the King of Prussia gave yesterday al tbe dinner at Bruhl, and whicb was received wilh the liveliest enthusiasm by the August guests:—" Sirs—Fill your glasses to tiie brim! Tbe burthen of the toast is word (am cri) wbicb resounds with inexpressible
August 29, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
* MARTIN'S SUNDAY SCHOOLS. THE ANNUAL SERMONS for the above Schools will Preached in St. Martiu's Church, on SUNDAY NEXT,

* MARTIN'S SUNDAY SCHOOLS. THE ANNUAL SERMONS for the above Schools will Preached in St. Martiu's Church, on SUNDAY NEXT,

AUGUST 31st, in the morning the Rev. E.'f. M.A. Vicar; in the evening the Rev. C.J. Vaughas, D.D., Head Master »f Harrow. J" , Annual Meeting the CLERGY. ORPHAN, WIDOW SOCIETY, for the Archdeaconry and County of I.eicestir, will be held at the COUNTY PUBLIC OFFICE, Leicester, We
August 29, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Review ofthe British Corn Trade during the past [from hi ark-lane Express of Monday, all the Southern parts of the

Review ofthe British Corn Trade during the past [from hi ark-lane Express of Monday, all the Southern parts of the

kingdom very beautiful weather has been enjoyed since Wednesday the 20th inst., but in some of the Northern counties of England, a* also in Scotland, the rain did not cease so soon as with us, and con. siderabte damage appears to have been done along the Eastern coast, by the ex
August 29, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
PINCHBECK, 23d July, 1845. NOTICE hereby given, that the FARTAERi*HIP heretofore subsisting between Machibe-wen waa, on the 19th day of

PINCHBECK, 23d July, 1845. NOTICE hereby given, that the FARTAERi*HIP heretofore subsisting between Machibe-wen waa, on the 19th day of

July instant, DISSOLVE©by mutual consent.—All persons indebted to the late&lrm, are requested to pay their accounts to the undersigned Joel Sharp, by whom the Business will future be carried on. JOEL SHARP. The Mark of THOMAS SANDALL. Witness, W. H. Tatam. / The late ELIAS HORTO
August 29, 1845 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England