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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

SPAIN. Our account* from Madrid are of the 19th inst. The resistance the mercantile classes to the uew taxation had become so determined, as to threaten the peace of the whole country. When the last accounts left Madrid it was in state little short of insurrection. A meeting of
August 30, 1845 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
TO DRAPERS’ ASSISTANTS.

TO DRAPERS’ ASSISTANTS.

WANTED, Immcdißtely, » steady and indnstri» » Young Mon. who*# character will hear the strictest en<|olry.—Application letter, addressed P IL, Mr. h, Bookseller, Newcastle.
August 30, 1845 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
TITHE COMMISSION —NOTICE.

TITHE COMMISSION —NOTICE.

PARISH of OKEOVER, in the county of Stafford. - The Tithe Conuniwiener.- for England and Wales hereby give Notice, that on the ninth day ofScptemlier, they will proceed, either themselves Assistant Commissioner, ascertain and award the total snm Isyeiid way of Rent-charge instea
August 30, 1845 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
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JO TVs the r.ahfbitnra of any new Improved erricultnral h»p>en*ent mnriilnery, the Codunlttoo have alto west, the Jiscrvtion tiro Judges.. Members intending exhibit Cattle, Prodoc*, Ac., also Candidates for the llonghing Match, and for the premiums offered for Servants Husbandry,
August 30, 1845 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
OkDEn or SALh.

OkDEn or SALh.

PiRKT D*v. Mo«OaY.—Tb« th« Kntnnco Hall, Diaiac ami lining Koobu, Library-. Wines. Surgery ami Hureiral liutrumcnU, Medicines, &c.. Marc, Saddles, and bridles. Melon and Cucumber Frame, \c. SRcoxn Par. Ti'isnar.—The Rffscts in the Sleepintj Apartments, Plate, Chin* and Pinner Se
August 30, 1845 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
The lloxology having been sung, the meeting separated.

The lloxology having been sung, the meeting separated.

collection the door exceeded the amount raised the Walsall Cut?Bcn op England Benefit Society.—On Monday last, being the the above society, the member* met together at the Blue Coat and National school-room, to celebrate the event, and twelve o’clock proceeded, headed by the vic
August 30, 1845 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
Mr.Uuiolon'iMb ni Tl»e l*retty l»oe, <i jrs.ltat'db 0 0 4

Mr.Uuiolon'iMb ni Tl»e l*retty l»oe, <i jrs.ltat'db 0 0 4

Mr.Uuiolon'iMb Tl»e l*retty l»oe, <i jrs.ltat'db 0 Tlic Stoarbrijgr Stake* .13 aova, & ILimlionp 7 carh. Milc ami ijiiartcr. Mih*., «bn«n r«»l B*n *.> Mr. Whitworth’s 4 yr». fist jib (Uullo) I Mr. J. Clark's f by Ik-fcnce, .1 jr». Uat. lidb Mi. SUephard'* i» fitly Clam us. The fo
August 30, 1845 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
THE SOUTHWARK ELECTION.

THE SOUTHWARK ELECTION.

MEETING OF THE BBITISH ANTISTATE-CHURCH ASSOCIATION. public meeting of the members and friends of this Association took place at the Bridge House hotel, London-bridge, on Monday evening. The electors of Southwark were invited to attend, and the spacious assembly room was filled
August 30, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
A FIRST-RATE INVESTMENT. 182 a. Or. Op. OF FINE ARABLE AND OLD PASTURE LAND, CAPITAL RESIDENCE, FARM HOUSE, SEVERAL COTTAGES,

A FIRST-RATE INVESTMENT. 182 a. Or. Op. OF FINE ARABLE AND OLD PASTURE LAND, CAPITAL RESIDENCE, FARM HOUSE, SEVERAL COTTAGES,

EXCELLENT AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS, PULHAM, In'nORFOLK. MR. BUTCHER Has the honour to announce to the public, that he is instructed the Executors of the late Mr. Thomas Drane, / TO SELL BY AUCTION, THE NORFOLK HOTEL, NORWICH, On Saturday, September 6th, 1815, IX OXE OR LOTS, Unles
August 30, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
V alley lorms natural level cnannci, witnout. a single impeiiin-.cn t; and where the Line leaves the valley, t cuttings

V alley lorms natural level cnannci, witnout. a single impeiiin-.cn t; and where the Line leaves the valley, t cuttings

arc not heavy, and arc required for the necessary embankments the lower lands. This Railway brought forward with the general concurrence and approval of the Country and Towns through which it passes. It is now the universal opinion that this Line is absolutely required by the di
August 30, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England