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SCTEAH for the MILLION.—From HUNGERFORD MARKET PIER evtrr five to Temple Bar. L-ndon Biidce. a.d ■s'm otter Bndgr, Surrey aide,

SCTEAH for the MILLION.—From HUNGERFORD MARKET PIER evtrr five to Temple Bar. L-ndon Biidce. a.d ■s'm otter Bndgr, Surrey aide,

and Old Shades Pier. Fare Id. and rn Sundays to the R-d llon-e, Battrraea, touchma only at the above stations The • hole clia. tanre, (are Id. Fast and splendid a daily to Grave-end, t, 10. 10), and H. Woolwich nr.d Bisekwnll every and hnlf-rmat every hour; Orvenwich, Thamea Tun
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
Just published, price 2a. 6.1., and free poet (in sealed envelope). Is. «d. rpHE SILENT FRIEND; a Medical Work on

Just published, price 2a. 6.1., and free poet (in sealed envelope). Is. «d. rpHE SILENT FRIEND; a Medical Work on

Human Frailty X and Physical Decay, iU causes, and the baneful eflects of solitary indulgence, and luiertion—the influence of mercury on the skin, Illustrated ten coloured engravings with observations on Marriage, and directions for the removal of certain diseualiOcntions. Bv R.
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LICHFIELD. 1845.

LICHFIELD. 1845.

Acceptance* lor tb« Stapfobdsuibb »■»— mice »t in at lb M* •* •b InheritreM 5 8 9 Ererton .7 0 I Little John 4..« • Roderick •.7 Roehttter «..« 10 |Chf by Sir Hercules Honion » Poor Soldier 1 —TMlienl Intrepid 4..7 « Lord Saltoun 4..0 7 Jenny Wren 0 Lr Husband 4..7 0 Old Ocorß*
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MATCH BETWEEN GILL AND NORLEY FOR TWO HUNDRED

MATCH BETWEEN GILL AND NORLEY FOR TWO HUNDRED

POUNDS A SIDE. Thi« match, of which so much has been said and sung,” was finally made at Owen Swift’s, on Thursday evening, when a memorandum of agreement* couched in the usual terms, was formally executed. This memorandum provides that the men shall fight for a side, half way b
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
STORM AND LOSS OF LIFE.

STORM AND LOSS OF LIFE.

It is this week our most painful duty to record a fear- ful visitation of Providence upon our shores, by which both life and property have suffered. On Tuesday even- ing our boats proceeded to sea, with their crews buoyant with the hope of a successful fishing, and of returning
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

Worckbtkr.—We arc happy to state that the weather, since our last, has been, upon the whole favourable for harvest operations, which have only been occasionally interrupted by showers. rain to speak of has fallen since Saturday se’enight, and the weather is now very fine, and ap
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

Spanish nation should hare resisted the conspiracy against Espartbro. They were thriving under his Administration, and direct interest in the preservation of bis authority. They submitted to the authority of bis enemies, were dazxled with the of baby crown, delighted with the pr
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
COURT or BANKRUPTCY

COURT or BANKRUPTCY

In Missinbr.—Novel Points.—Yesterdar, applicHtion was to admit proof against this estate for debt and costs under the following circumstances : After the act*on had proceeded nearly to trial the defendant look out summons to stay proceedings, payment of debt and costs, and a jud
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
IN SEPTEMBBR.

IN SEPTEMBBR.

Doncaster 16 Canterbury Brewond Richmond 23 Oswestry Walsall Lincoln Bedford Monmouth..... 24 Gorton Nottingham Newmarket First October Meeting Wrexham Royal Caledonian Hunt and Kcho Meeting .. Samlbnch 30
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Count Bftlhyaoy’s Master Stepney, 3 yrs.. (Owner) 1 Lord G. RectiDck’s Coal Black Rose, yrs,, Lord Glami* ns Miss Robinson

Count Bftlhyaoy’s Master Stepney, 3 yrs.. (Owner) 1 Lord G. RectiDck’s Coal Black Rose, yrs,, Lord Glami* ns Miss Robinson

.. .. 3 Mr. Barlow’s Trudge it, 4 yrs . .. • • ob Both heats won cleverly half length. Miss R in* son a had third. The Queen’s Plate of 100 guineas ; for three years old. 7*t ; four, 9st lib ; five, 9«t lllb ; six and aged, lOst 21b.
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England