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MR. BENETT ON AGRICULTURAL BLISS. -- Felices nimium, sua si bona norint, Agricol.—

MR. BENETT ON AGRICULTURAL BLISS. -- Felices nimium, sua si bona norint, Agricol.—

We have known Mr. Benett, of Wiltshire, for more years than we like to think of, but never suspected, till the other day, that he had more true Poetry about him,—more freshness, and originality, in his ideas,—than about half the men, who have figured as votaries of the Muses, fr
August 31, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Central Criminal Court.

Central Criminal Court.

( MONDAY.—THE CUSTOM HOUSE ROBBERY.—..(Before Mr. Baron Platt.)—William Strickland, 37, described as a victualler, Edward Lewis, 37, ironmonger, William Bonham, 36, coal dealer, were indicted for stealing a gold watch, value £l2, and three silver watches value £18; and Henry Osb
August 31, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
A Column for the Curious.

A Column for the Curious.

ELECTRICAL RAILWAY TRAIN INDICATOR. At a recent meeting of the Academy of Sciences in Paris, M. Dujardin, the inventor of an electrical telegraph, submitted a plan for rendering this invention valuable as a means of indicating the precise position of a railway train upon differe
August 31, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
A Press-Gang Hero; a Narrative founded on fact, by Robert Postans Early Years of a Veteran of the Army of

A Press-Gang Hero; a Narrative founded on fact, by Robert Postans Early Years of a Veteran of the Army of

Westphalia, between 1805 and 1614. I'm not always Happy, by William Jones. The Good-natured Woman— Glimpses and Mysteries, by Alfred Crowquill, with two illustrations. Powerscourt ; a b all ad . John Gait—Literary Retrospect of the Departed Great, by a Middle-aged Man. The Death
August 31, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
HAY MARKETS. SMITH- CUMBER- WHITE- I HUNGER, At per load of 36 trusses. FIELD. LAND. CH APEL I FORD. S.

HAY MARKETS. SMITH- CUMBER- WHITE- I HUNGER, At per load of 36 trusses. FIELD. LAND. CH APEL I FORD. S.

S. S. S. S. S. S. S. Fine Upland & Rye Grass 110 to:15 112t0117 110to115 Inferior ditto . 75 95 78 9S 70 90 75 95 Clover Hay Inferior ditto Oat Straw Wheat Straw ............ 40 42 40 42 40 42: 38 40
August 31, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, LYCEUM. 7th night of two new dramas. Last six nights of Les Fees. TO.MORROW (Monday), will be performed,

THEATRE ROYAL, LYCEUM. 7th night of two new dramas. Last six nights of Les Fees. TO.MORROW (Monday), will be performed,

the new farce, called Enquire Within: characters by Mr. Meadows, Mr. Emery, Miss Arden, Miss Grove, and Mrs. A. Wigan. With the new comic drama, in three acts, By Royal Command: principal characters by Messrs. Diddear, Vining, Emery, Turner, Bender, and Meadows; Miss Fairbrother
August 31, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
Recovery of a Lost Right of Way.

Recovery of a Lost Right of Way.

TO TIHE EDOTOR OF "cLOYD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPVE." SiR,-For some time past I have been endeavouriag to recover the " South WhaTf-road" end of the Pad- dington portion of the Grand Junction Canal pathway, and to some extent I have succeeded. This pathway was formed at the commencement
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THE IRON TIMES.pct6d rdortglwewsape ' Oine price ,-I ?? oII ilo Raoilways in alt tire Mlarkets, w!ith ~ ?? f StockExchrange Irtelligrnre, rand other lits- * 0111 er~e eeryprojected Lille, such a, Iron net in nyocstraiees daily~ or wecekly. It is, epriraOO es tire iml-otrtr~ce vro
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
W ANTED, a SET of FORES’S COACHING RECOL- I.FICTIONS, four cuieured pri. ts, second hand. In good condition.—Apply, price, Ac.

W ANTED, a SET of FORES’S COACHING RECOL- I.FICTIONS, four cuieured pri. ts, second hand. In good condition.—Apply, price, Ac.

to Bnghiweil, p<inia<-Hrr, Barnstaple. XO REDUCED SPORTING GENTLEMEN.—WANTED, in first-rate highly respectable establishment, Gentleman to SUPERIX- portion of the BUSINESS. must understand I the huying and of horses, pmiculsrlr hunter*, have good sporting connection, possess a g
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
E)R SHOOTING BOOTS.—HOBY’S EMOLIENT WATERPROOF WAX readers sheeting boots quite waterproof, and proa aoftnes* and pliability attamabl* by other mean*.—Sold

E)R SHOOTING BOOTS.—HOBY’S EMOLIENT WATERPROOF WAX readers sheeting boots quite waterproof, and proa aoftnes* and pliability attamabl* by other mean*.—Sold

48, St. James’s-street, In bottles at sseach. Also Hoby’s Imperial Balacking, which produeea po'ish equal to patent leather, ia bottles ls.6d. and la. To be had throughout tbo VACHTINO, DRIVING, .ml ANGLING.—The New X DREADNOUGHT JACKETS and WRAPPERS will be found by tailors and
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England