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THE SILENT FBIEND, a Madieal Work aa the lam of the rapradoativa power*, with mean* of raatoration. The baneful aSaela

THE SILENT FBIEND, a Madieal Work aa the lam of the rapradoativa power*, with mean* of raatoration. The baneful aSaela

of Baaandary lymplema. &•., are Dally painted eat. Ulnnrated by Innrarlnp; fallowed by obaarmtienaea Maaauaa, with plain diraailana for the remaeal all diaqaalileatiena. By B. * » Cor.CaaanlHng Bar**rwaßdiii by the aathera, and amy hnbndallhMr raaidaaca, 19. Baaaera atraat, Oxfo
August 30, 1845 - Buxton Herald - Buxton, Derbyshire, England
 
®tal>e, (ttotmnfrcc, &c.

®tal>e, (ttotmnfrcc, &c.

Tb Imw Tudb.—The Urge end atOl iaamuag for iron—the itunalne to tnde mneeet which inch demeod excites, end the general prosperity eonieqiießt upon the hll derelopment thie th* •UpU prodace oor Ule, rendere nan pnetieel ftete—erciT etetietkal data which can be and eren of partica
August 30, 1845 - Buxton Herald - Buxton, Derbyshire, England
 
I Military order, second only the Order of the Garter. I hope most sincerely that the idea may cross the

I Military order, second only the Order of the Garter. I hope most sincerely that the idea may cross the

mind of our present gracious Sovereign ; a Military order with the very appropriate title of Victoria, would’ throw fresh lustre this already popular reign, and enable Her Majesty to rejoice the hearts of her brave and loyal veterans, by bestowing them a reward that they have va
August 30, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
MARKETS.

MARKETS.

. Irswscn, August 26.-At this (lay's market we had a molerate supply of old whbeat, aud a few pareels of nets, in rather soft condition, but did not hear of nay being sold . old sustained previous rates, viz., white wheat 58s. to 60s. * red ditto 62s. to 56s. per ?? cattle mar.
August 30, 1845 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Lancashire Summer Assizes.

Lancashire Summer Assizes.

?? *umrrtr d 1ied. i- I of SOUTHERN D1VIS1ON.-LLVERPOO1. I High ?? DAWSON, ESl. Under Sberiff.-~JOHN HIGGIN. Ebtq., Lancaster. CROWN COURT. BEFORE M5R, BARON ROLI'E. FRIDA YV. 4wgswt -.22. Frederick Harris, who aind been found gnirty-of'the imoanslaughter of John Leyden, at 'Bury
August 29, 1845 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

torldt flirtlitelice. Nit. DUNRELs.-The R1ev. Hugh M'Neile has com'- t In Mnerced the erection of' a very elegant and spacious re- 10 sidencit for himself and family at Aigburth. Messrs. and Samuel and James Holmo are the architects. No time pair has yet been fixed for laying the
August 29, 1845 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

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August 30, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
SIR JAMES GRAHAM AND HIS TENANTRY.

SIR JAMES GRAHAM AND HIS TENANTRY.

ISIR ?? ;S ?? \101 AN.1 11 , I EN'.A.Al."h tLIoltu' toj ?? int~r - a vIl-ii~ a ' ?? I al iia w I,,! n i I Fti it cy :ltt -iLIl iii ,.t a ?? lfl~ u t i , tilio ;Ii iid ~a ii-la itiol It3% LIT ,id-ti ilot' -it tsilul, 'tilt-d Ijtt ti i ilr ito i-itS it-ji. ltthed aud 'Itiili, oritp
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY.

TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY.

TO 'It I - IT Q L l , LIr f i 1. L. D : I: ?? Y . * ?? su i~le.,i tv+ Ill't'i filtlu I I , 9 ,I'l'r c fiit t11,4'' ;; luili.S6 4e: ;,,itl rli:il 4txJill vi~y !,ilrf, L'f fC ;itl-l: , As ¢ llei 'ltcer e . o it iII .7 ?? ftc till'. I t Ii ., ?? t Iig it.' t ?? 9 r'11 Ihu * ?? 1c rI
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PEARLS FOR STRINGING.

PEARLS FOR STRINGING.

PEARLS FOR STRING124. ?? d. HoW TRANSITORY eS FAAME?-Boiaparte was talkative when travelling. When passing through Burgundy, on our return to Paris, after the battle of Nlarengo, he said exultingly, " Well, a few more events like this campaign, and I may go down to posterity." "I
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England