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THE UNITED STATES & MEXICO-.PROBABILITY OF WAR.

THE UNITED STATES & MEXICO-.PROBABILITY OF WAR.

THE UNITED STATES & MEXICO- PROBABILITY OF WAR. t . Arr,tai of the Steam Ship Canbria. — Liverpool, innrsday.— After another most extraordinary passage out and home, the Cambria, Captain Judkins, entered the Mersey this morning, just two minutes too late to catch the tram which r
August 30, 1845 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1845. The true character of the recent disturbances at Leipsic has, it seems, been generally

THE INTELLIGENCER. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1845. The true character of the recent disturbances at Leipsic has, it seems, been generally

misunderstood. They have no connection with Ronge and his disciples, nor any reference to the Roman Catholic Church. The collision, as The Times now explains it in an interesting article, was between the members of Protectant sect, styling themselves Lichtfreumle, or the Friends
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
To Readers and Correspondents.

To Readers and Correspondents.

Inolkdew. This name, though not to be found in the most recent Leeds Directory, is not quite unknown here ; —we have ascertained tbe residences of four persons of that name in Leeds. It was very far from our wish to offend any our poetical contributors by the hint gave last week
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
public HARROGATE BATH HOSPITAL.—The Subscribers to this Institution, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed that it will Reopened Thursday,

public HARROGATE BATH HOSPITAL.—The Subscribers to this Institution, and the Public generally, are respectfully informed that it will Reopened Thursday,

the 18th next.—By Order, P. PALLISER, Hon. Secretary. LARCH TIMBER, LARCH FENCING, AND TEMPORARY SLEEPERS.—WANTED to PURCHASE, a LARGE QUANTITY of LARCH TlMBER—about Sixty Miles good four Rail Larch Fencing, and a large Quantity of good Larch or Scotch Fir Temporary Sleepers. Fo
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
w ,nnAitv <»ai i iik «:i i» KiiKEIGN ami DOHKbTIt Two packet arrived this week from No" York bringing papers

w ,nnAitv <»ai i iik «:i i» KiiKEIGN ami DOHKbTIt Two packet arrived this week from No" York bringing papers

from thence of it iate modification of the tariff, it was confidently expected m made, wliich ill liemlicinl t.uhc ini The rommen ial "f foreign manulacturcß counts frinn the ililfereut I'ennsUvsnia Inis iiaul the mtcresl due "i its pub I’* ’*'dc-ht cm to the Ist inst. and for t
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
lie tl.f Ho; Tin On 1 rm i} The

lie tl.f Ho; Tin On 1 rm i} The

August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT.

ISLE OF WIGHT.

N,«i'OßT.—Tlie mild nnn '' al etl . rnilr- Archers took place . on 11 f jewellery, men's prizes, rorsistinu of A,„. i;.,| UwiriK were won apt Brookes and Mir m ct|t , r ladies' to the absence of some .d the fl, I. , h^l<jt , ,as followed prizes wen- not fo . numerously by P'.c.n
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON. WEDNESDAY

LONDON. WEDNESDAY

Paris Papers contain royal ordonnauces bv which are raised to the peerage the following members of the Chamber of Depntie.sLieut. General Bonnemaina, Lieut. General Dognerau, Lieut. General Durrien, M. Fulchiron, Baron Girot TAnglade, M. Hartmann. Count de Montoaon, Raguct Lcpin
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOP MARKET—Auo. 25.

HOP MARKET—Auo. 25.

Last w eek's rise has been maintained, and the market was steady. In some respects the accounts from the ore more cheering. The duly called ill" 0,060 to £L5,000. HAY MARKETS— Saturday, Aug. 23. Smith/teld. Cumberland. Coarse Meadow .. 78s 100 s /6« t-Mful Ditto UK). IW. 102. 11
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Manchester ft Southampton .Hallway-

Manchester ft Southampton .Hallway-

Manchester Southampton .Hallway- THURSDAY. Augutl 29, 1845. a nunicroua ami iuflufntial of thf Landed Proprietors, and mhabitants of the I ne.Rl.bourhood held the f'oddhal'. .uanre of a rciinmlion to the Mayor favour of the It teas moved by Ualph Etwall, Esq. M.P. for seconded by
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England