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British and Foreign Wool

British and Foreign Wool

London, August 25. During llie week imports 00l have been smul). Although the supplies both English uud on offer the private contract niurkci are extensive, the demand continues Leeds—Business has beeu rather slack since our last, owing the unsettled state weather : but the manu
August 29, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Cheeper, Watson, and Jackson, London James Caiilon, Walker, and Lewis, Manchester Richerd Cobden and Co, Manchester 'Thomas Crompton, Manchester Darby

Cheeper, Watson, and Jackson, London James Caiilon, Walker, and Lewis, Manchester Richerd Cobden and Co, Manchester 'Thomas Crompton, Manchester Darby

and Garland, Loudon James Deacon and Sons, London and Manchester W. and T. Devas, Minchener, ond Roulledgc, London Davies, Freeman, and Co, Manchester John Dugdale and Brothers, Manchester Ellis, Everinglon, and Co, London David Evans and Cn, London Samuel Fletcher, Son, and Co,
August 29, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
"VIEWS IN COBURG GOTH A. PREPARING FOR PUBLICATION. Under the Patronage of HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. HIS ROYAL

"VIEWS IN COBURG GOTH A. PREPARING FOR PUBLICATION. Under the Patronage of HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY THE QUEEN. HIS ROYAL

HIGHNESS THE PRINCE ALBERT; Aod HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN DOWAGER. And Dedicated, Permission, to his Serene Highness THE DUKE OF SAKE COBURG GOTHA. SERIES OF VIEWS, of the Ducal Palaces, Castles, and Hunting Seats, in CoßCbb abd Gotha, Drawu the spot, and Lithographed by Douglas i.o
August 29, 1845 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
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No. 6580. SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1845. PEICE sd.
August 30, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BANK OF ESGLAND.

BANK OF ESGLAND.

(From last Night's Gazette.) ■Vctttfa An Account, pursuant to the Act 7th and B**^ „ l ig4'i, cap. 32, for the Week ending Saturday, August 23» ■ DEPARTMENT, f £ „ „i6,I»J Notes issued .. ..29,022,310 Go vernment Debt., Other Securities .. * Gold Coin and Hul- lion Silver Bullio
August 30, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MA KRI A UES. ._ _ aVi>'^u,- -()n tho ISth inst., by special licence, Sir Tlio"'-^. _r Augusta Emma D'Este,

MA KRI A UES. ._ _ aVi>'^u,- -()n tho ISth inst., by special licence, Sir Tlio"'-^. _r Augusta Emma D'Este,

daughter of his late IW 1 * the Duko of s* -iy. v On the 25th inst, at Hamburgh, Edmund l- gW youngest son of John Wood, Esq., of Brown" I ?? shire, to Sophil, second daughtei of G. F. & ea j| Wurtemberg Consul -K<mo ntU i«u« On the 87th inst., at the Synagogue, p ° r ?? g«st d
August 30, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

BOW-STREET.- Yesterday Lydia Gillard was charged with stealing a trinket-box, a pin-cushion, and other articles from the stall ef Mr. Samson, in the Lowther-arcade. James I .Hard, a lad employed by Mr. Samson, said that he was standing outside one of his employer's shops the pre
August 29, 1845 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY NEWS, &c.

RAILWAY NEWS, &c.

RAILWAY BILLS.—NEW STANDING ORDERS. The new standing orders relating to the passing of railway bills through the House of Commons, as amended for use the ensuing session, have been issued. The following are the new provisions introduced to meet the cases of such railway bills as
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE.

The following case was tried at Liverpool Assizes yesterday week, before Mr. Justice Cresswell: pass v. POTTS. Mr. Wortlby and Mr. Webstek appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Watson and Mr. Hoggins for the defendant. This was an action for breach promise of marriage. The defenda
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
HARVEST PROSPECTS, &c.

HARVEST PROSPECTS, &c.

Harvest operations have been partially commenced in this district. Monday a field of oats was cut down at Farsley ; Tui sday a few patches were reaped Horsforth ; and a partial ' commencement has also been made in the neighbourhood of Bingley. The crops generally have rapidly ad
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England