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August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Equitable funeral company. No s<4, Hattongarden—Western Branch, No I, Upper K. gent’s Park, L ndon.—This c impsny has bean for

Equitable funeral company. No s<4, Hattongarden—Western Branch, No I, Upper K. gent’s Park, L ndon.—This c impsny has bean for

the purpo»e afT >rdin( to the public •he meaos of obtaining, upon economical terms, combined with rctpectability, the last ceremonies pai-J to ths departed, and pr-sent the means interment such a scale charges may fall ailhin the circumstances of indlndusl. Carnsgs funeral* arra
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PAISIsBY RAGES.

PAISIsBY RAGES.

Stewards: Earl of Eglintoa and Winton, Lord Pr-vost of O'.aseow, and Col Mure, of Caldwell. Judge : Bllie. *•* For all races, except the Glasgow Cup and Hunters’ Stakes, the winner of gold cup. or 100 sova before the day of entry carried Sib, of two cups or twa sums of 100 «ov*
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
fiction* the Dispatch may serve put the public on their guard. for, to * accomplish what remains,’ and to carry

fiction* the Dispatch may serve put the public on their guard. for, to * accomplish what remains,’ and to carry

ill further ’ his State patronage of Popery ? There is every prospect of his being accommodated—at lea it, so far lielaud is concerned. All the accounts from that country concur representing the Protestants to be disgusted and disheartened, that they will not bestir themselves i
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
HOLLAND.

HOLLAND.

The Hurricane in Holland. The Hague, August 22.—The journals contain numerous accounts of the devastation caused in various parts by hurricane, or wal< r- spout, that came from the south. The following 1 «re extracts:—“ RelgeZwaluw, Aug. 19.—T0-day about baP-past 5 o’clock in th
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
 
BORO LOU HOP MARKET.

BORO LOU HOP MARKET.

Fhiuav, Avo. 29.—The accounts which base reachrd us to«day from Mid Keut, nre the effect that the blue looking very unpromising; but, from hll other parts, our advices are, comparatively speaking, favourable. For most kinds of hops we have steady demand, at fu'ly previous quotat
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
affability and condeacension of the •* gule hubsrhe Engliadba Kuniginn.” the thrmra of general diacourte. The weather ill continuea lovely,

affability and condeacension of the •* gule hubsrhe Engliadba Kuniginn.” the thrmra of general diacourte. The weather ill continuea lovely,

every proapect ita continuance. A GERMAN FAIR. Comm;. Aug. 23. —The place on which the featival was held presented throughout the evening, and till a lute hour at night, the appearance of a fair. The whole meadow glittered with lights, and there were long lines of booths and dri
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE CHURCH

THE CHURCH

This morning (he Royal party attended divine service at the Church of St. Maurice. The only appearance of consists in stupendous monuments to three deceased Dukes of Saxe Coburg. The upper part of the ■sonuireut consists of sculptured figures, life-size (the laces painted in imi
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

Watches. —William Strickland, 37, deftfribed victualler. Edward Lewis. 37. ironmonger. William Boham. 36, coal-dealer, were indicted for steal, log gold value Al2. and three silver watches, value j£ 18 ; and Henry Gsborn, 38. victualler, was in- Ji.ted for feloniously receiving
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England