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MILLIiASK PRiSOm

MILLIiASK PRiSOm

Extracts trom the second report ( now printed and deli of the Inspectors of Millbank Prison, made in m,!L of the Act 6th and 7th Vict. c. 26, *. 1 1 -sl^ state of the buildings, the behaviour mid conduct of ofhcers of the prison, and of the convicts, and the of such prison, and
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
' ELECTION. \

' ELECTION. \

| h . a meeting of Sir William Molesworth's friend 6 ! • ''"'", ,t'bc King of Prussia Tavern, Tooley-street, Mr- ' '-to chair, who briefly opened the business of the ' *<■■'', ,1 introduced the honourable candidate. ■'•'-'• M..IF.SWORTH began by adverting to the circum- | .■ .-A
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
EAST SUSSEX.—RETIREMENT OF MR. DARBY.

EAST SUSSEX.—RETIREMENT OF MR. DARBY.

EAST SUSSEX.— RETIREMENT OF MR. DARBY. (From the Brighton Gazette.) We announce this day, with mingled pain and pleasure, the intention of our excellent county member, Mr. Darby, to retire from the representation of East Sussex. The gra- tification with yyhich we read the notice
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

COVENT-GARDEN.— Yesterday. li.ere was a n overflowing market tiiis morning, of vege- tables in particular, the "rowers being anxious to rid their grounds of all superfluous stock, aud to risk the prices of their wares. The potatoes are coming into the mart in over- whelming quan
August 29, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
– Medhv. atldresscu t The Right Hon. '

– Medhv. atldresscu t The Right Hon. '

- Medhv. atldresscu The Right Hon. ' Riirht Hon. Lord A«hburltm J,r hird Simeon. »Urt High Sheriff of the ounty The Right Hon.C. S. Ufevre. Speaker of the House of Common Sir Wdliam Heathcole. Hart. The Very Rev. the l>'*n of Winchester h«- Very K- the of N' eslm; >loan«- He*. <M
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
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August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
in the fourth pagt.]

in the fourth pagt.]

Fighting Di kl. —Napoleon, when he was told that cannon ball had killed sador who had hid himself coil of rope in the hold of a man of war. observed, A roan can never avoid his fate a fact well illustrated by the following circumstanceAn Englishman, “brave as Julius Caesar,’* ch
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY »»H« THE Gazette announces the appointment of E. T. B ToUlrton, Esq. to an Assistant Poor

LONDON GAZETTE OF FRIDAY »»H« THE Gazette announces the appointment of E. T. B ToUlrton, Esq. to an Assistant Poor

Law CommiMioner t , Lord Chichester h«« been returned to Parliament lor borough of Belfast, in the room of Sir E I. Knt. who has accepted the office of Steward of her Majesty Chiltern Hundreds. _____ PRICK SUGAR.—The Average Price Brown or Muscovado Soesr. for Hie «erW rnding Ao
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS EPITOME.

MISCELLANEOUS EPITOME.

August 30, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
BIRTHS. In this town, in Warwick-place, on the 25th mat. the wife of Mr. Thomas Dove, ol a son. In

BIRTHS. In this town, in Warwick-place, on the 25th mat. the wife of Mr. Thomas Dove, ol a son. In

Mosley-street, on the inst. the wife Mr. Mara ton, bookseller, of son and daughter. At Winlaton Rectors', on the inst- tbe wife of the Rev. Henry Wardell, of son. At Whalton Rectory, on tbe 24th inst. Mrs. J. Elphinatone Ehiot, of daughter. At Brompton. near Northallerton, on 26
August 30, 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England