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DESTRUCTIVE WHIRLWIND NEAR ROUEN.

DESTRUCTIVE WHIRLWIND NEAR ROUEN.

I UEST.H.UCTiyr W IRL-MAIND) NPA-l .Rt:)N I TH vtr-v, UNCTOI{IFS BLOWN UOWN "imRSuINS KILLED-* 10it \OUN2DEli. A trig1 ifu iiviocni ottstrirtdycl iitj (TFcr'ndai-1' s-k ) to fl I ?? tthutflit Sets' ic.teaI but t11iiro 'ga- 1' etltiiag to i'rsestcs Ctil I1-ii iS 12ig di 'scas"I- e
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO PREVENT RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

TO PREVENT RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

IVI ' 11 11[T R i I 'I T it.iI ZIIY cit, ret, iii :etc Tilt' ?? ti At, -or tis':rtoo it i3is lIt. i teens, ,cs,. , 1 IIr z 0 lI rui or' ' s't c . is inst Jz it'- t i I s 'cc ,,IIr51.nII ni a. l, t,,''sci tn- -r1~ it ?? I S ,II i-ii i1. Ii''iii'd 5 . , . sI 1 tI (i 2., it I"" f's'
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

Pos'rsc ?? LONDON-FRIDAX, AUGUST 29. The British and North American Royal mail steamn- ship (l)C Lria, Captain Judkins, arrived at Liverpool at an early hour yesterday imorning, after a fine run from Bos- tOln, inclusive of the usual detention at 1halirax, of eleven days and a fe
August 30, 1845 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
HULL PRICE CURRENT.—AUGUST 27, 1845.

HULL PRICE CURRENT.—AUGUST 27, 1845.

HULL PRICE CURRENT.-AuGUST 27, 1845. LINSEED, Odessa. nernuar .- . 0 O -. , LLD, es esaa, per quar . £2. . 2 to £2 3 ~Petersburg fine200 ?? 0 0 0 Common ?? 1 I I 0 Ilferior ?? I1 0 ?? 0 Riga .1170. 000 MeluelandKonigsberg 1 15 o.. 1 17 0 Archangel.1 iS O I 19 0 Hambro' and Danish
August 29, 1845 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY.

ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY.

ISLE OF WIOHT RAILWAY. To the EDITOR of the HAMlPSaIltE TELEGRAPH. , Slewport, August 25, 1845. v I m-I wkish to make a feiv observatious for the benefit vtyour Readers on the Railway question in the Island. Two meetings have recently been held at ie Rlyde and Newport. The Ryde n
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BIRTHS. " " i On the 28tli iust., at 29, Grosveuor-street, the I.ady of Charles ' William Beauclerk, Ese}., of

BIRTHS. " " i On the 28tli iust., at 29, Grosveuor-street, the I.ady of Charles ' William Beauclerk, Ese}., of

a daughter. Un the 20th ?? at llossana, county WicUlow, the Lady of | Daniel Tighe, Esq., of a son. On Thursday, the 28th inst., at the Dowager Lady Arundell's, i 17, Dover-street, the Hem. Mrs. Ncave, of a sou. On the _9ch inst., in Somers-place, Hyde Park, the Lady of Henry Uo
August 30, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CULTIVATION OF COTTON IN THE EAST INDIES

CULTIVATION OF COTTON IN THE EAST INDIES

(i rom the Munahes'er fiuarduin.) We have lardy received some information respecting the cultivation of improved varieties of cotton in the East Indies, which will not be without interest to the great bulk of our readers. We have stated, on former occasions, that the experi- men
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FESTIVITIES AT HAG LEY. On the 26th of August last year, the members of the Birmingham Athenic Institute invited their

FESTIVITIES AT HAG LEY. On the 26th of August last year, the members of the Birmingham Athenic Institute invited their

President, Lord John Manners ; Sir John Hanmer, Mr. Milnes, &c, to a dinner, a full account of which appeared in this paper. On Tuesday, the 26th of August this year, Lord Lyttelton gave the society one of those hearty joyous fetes which, animated by the spirit of other kindlier
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
TIDAL HARBOURS.

TIDAL HARBOURS.

The Report of the commissioners on this important sub- ject is now printed and delivered to Members. After no- ticing the condition of various harbours, it concludes : — Your commission humbly recommend— That a Board of Conservancy be established for the superintendance and pro-
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IRELAND.

IRELAND.

Great Protestant Demonstration. — On Wed- nesday, the _oth instant, a large meeting of Protestants was held at Lisbwgp, to express tbeir sympathy with Mr. Watson, who had been dismissed from bis office of Justice of the peace. The first signal of preparation on Tuesday night, wa
August 29, 1845 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England