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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

Gambling.—By the new Act concerning games and wagers, it is provided that every person who shall by any fraud or unlawful device or ill practice in playing at or with cards, dice, tables, or other games, or in bearing a part in the stakes, wagers, or adventures, or in betting on
August 30, 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
BRITISH FUNDS.

BRITISH FUNDS.

J'ftday.'Satvrii.\ Monti. <Tiiesdaj,,ffcdntx. Ct.Consols ~y>j\. ~ • Cons.forAcct.-: % 99% ' . ■??.*] si £ct.isiarf; !,l % LongAnnai.les; 9 2 ,\% \ Exchq. Bills 49 J5O 52 49 51 49 Exchq.BillslJd' - ' ' lndia3p.c.Bds.l ! > Bank Stock liy 11*, 210 life 211 12 India Stock 27i 3 271
August 30, 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
POETRY. AX EPITAPH A BERKSHIRE CHURCH-YARD. Here lies, alas! poor Roger Xorton, Whose sudden death was oddly brought on:— One

POETRY. AX EPITAPH A BERKSHIRE CHURCH-YARD. Here lies, alas! poor Roger Xorton, Whose sudden death was oddly brought on:— One

day trying his corn to mow off, The razor slipt and cut his toe off. The toe, or rather what it irrew to. An inflammation quickly flew to:— The part then took to mortifying. That was the cause of Roger dying. THE ISLE OF ROSES.— Unglice RHODES.) Will you come with o'er the glad
August 30, 1845 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ST. LAWRENCE—THE EPISCOPAL GOWN AND THE RECTORIAL PETTICOAT.

ST. LAWRENCE—THE EPISCOPAL GOWN AND THE RECTORIAL PETTICOAT.

Saint Lawrence's parish this city, the scene of revive* Puseyistical experiments. Bishop Phillpotts has been for some uncomfortable respecting this parish, it was sort of stronghold o* evangelical feeling, and presided over by a succession of ministers, who stand in contrast the
August 30, 1845 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BRISTOL AND EXETER RAILWAY.

BRISTOL AND EXETER RAILWAY.

The eighteenth half-yearly meeting of the shareholders was held at the White Lion, Broad-street, Bristol, on Thursday. Gibbs, Esu., (late deputy chairman) presided. He expressed the extreme regret which tne directors felt, at the loss of ; their late excellent chairman, Mr. Rick
August 30, 1845 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE

LATEST INTELLIGENCE

LONDON, THURSDAY EVENING. The Ashburton arrived at Liverpool yesterday from New Yo which she left on the 6th. The negotiations about"(rregon were ' *" and the acqusition of California was in Mexicans have sent twenty thousand men to the frontiers of but no other warlike movement
August 30, 1845 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TEIGNMOUTH REGATTA.

TEIGNMOUTH REGATTA.

The Regatta took place on Friday last, and as the weather was very beautiful, fins sunshine, and a fresh breeze, it went off well, and this delightful watering place presented a scene of unwonted gaiety. large number of fashionables promenaded the Den, which was decorated with f
August 30, 1845 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
COMMissioN.-x that a Copy of the Draft of 1 ' ale "'• the County Devou has lsh of ' .School

COMMissioN.-x that a Copy of the Draft of 1 ' ale "'• the County Devou has lsh of ' .School

House the said pari*}, bee de interested in the Lands of th » «f all ,L*IS" And the Commissioner. * »aX Soaerset Ho^!¥o ' Secretary. t v ree - st. ;Z--4 fi Board of Guardians of thif Union J . TEN DERSfortheSupplv of U nare recei _ GROCERIES, FIREWOOD rum, * ' MILK, BUTTER HANDL
August 30, 1845 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
(PROVISIONALLY REGISTERED). Cornwall and Devon Central Railway, From E\eter to Falmouth and Penzance, with branches to Ply- mouth Tavistock, Bideford,

(PROVISIONALLY REGISTERED). Cornwall and Devon Central Railway, From E\eter to Falmouth and Penzance, with branches to Ply- mouth Tavistock, Bideford,

Barnstaple, and St. Austell, _____> —in continuation of the London and South Western , London, Salisbury and Yeovil, and Yeovil, Dorchester, and Exeter Rail-ays.—a direct line from London to _xeter, rai- mouth and Penzance. , Capital, £3,000,000, in 120,000 Shares of each. Depos
August 30, 1845 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, 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