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POETRY. TO THE UNSATISFIED. BY H. W. OF PORTLAND, MAINE. Why thus longing, why for ever sighing, For the far-off,

POETRY. TO THE UNSATISFIED. BY H. W. OF PORTLAND, MAINE. Why thus longing, why for ever sighing, For the far-off,

onartain'd and dim ; While the beautiful, all around thee lying, Offers up its low perpetual hymn ? Would'st thou listen to its gentle teaching, All thy restless yearning it would still; Leaf, and flower, and laden bee are preaching. Thine own sphere, though bumble, first to fil
August 30, 1845 - Kendal Mercury - Kendal, Westmorland, England
 
(Stilov. \* t!i:< purl our pa,K'i t.i 4 I irue*, «i.» j. »i •>u ie»|M>a»ia!e fir the M-ugmenU writers. THE

(Stilov. \* t!i:< purl our pa,K'i t.i 4 I irue*, «i.» j. »i •>u ie»|M>a»ia!e fir the M-ugmenU writers. THE

FISHERY BOAUI).~ Sir,—l observed in your journal of the l"th inst. another letter from the Leith •• Fishcurer," in the same strain as his former attack on the Fishery Board; but do not think any of his now arguments at all conclusive. the first place, oatmeal is sold by sample,
August 29, 1845 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
BIRTHS. At Ackergill, near Wick, on inst, the of Mr David Caldcr, Contractor arid Fanner, son. At St Margaret** the

BIRTHS. At Ackergill, near Wick, on inst, the of Mr David Caldcr, Contractor arid Fanner, son. At St Margaret** the

20ili inst., Mrs James Banks of Hanks, of a s<»n. At Souilt KonaMshav, Orkney, on the 19th inst., Mrs Allan of Burwick, of daughter. IRKIAOE. At Thurso Castle, tho I4t:» iustant, tho Rev. l)a!zit-l. George Gordon, sou of J. J. Hope Johnstone. Esq. Anuandale, M.l\,to Adelaide Mar
August 29, 1845 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
LATEST NEWS.

LATEST NEWS.

i.^? 1 "* 0 * IH HIOH LlFE — ° n Thursday morning tiie 28th inst. at Wentworth House, the seat of Earl Fitzwilliam, George SavUe Foliambe, Esq., of Osberton Hall, to the Right Hon. Selma Charlotte Viscountess MUton, daughter of the Eari of Liverpool. There were £ resent at the c
August 30, 1845 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SOUTHWARK ELECTION.

SOUTHWARK ELECTION.

The three candidates for the representation of this borough, Sir William Molesworth, Mr. MiaU, and Mr. Pilcher, still remain in the field, and aU appear determined to go to the poll. In the event of their doing so, Mr. Pilcher, we need scarcely state, is sure to be returned. Sir
August 30, 1845 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SEDGEFIELD.

SEDGEFIELD.

Destructive Fibe — lt is our painful duty this week to announce one of the most se; ious disasters that ever occurred in the neighbourhood of Sedgefield. Soon after nine o'clock, on Tuesday evening, an alarm was given that two sucks of hay, in Hardwicke Park, about half a mile d
August 30, 1845 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
YORK AUGUST MEETING

YORK AUGUST MEETING

Stewards— Right Hon. the Earl of Chesterfield, G. L. Fox Esq., and B. M. Jaques, Esq. Mr Clark, of Newmarket, judge. Mr Hibburd, starter. Wm. North, Esq., Honorary Secretary. (concluded.) FRIDAY, August 22. The attendance at the races to-day were numerous and respectable, and co
August 30, 1845 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TOWN COUNCIL.

TOWN COUNCIL.

The usual monthly meeting this body was held in the Council Room the evening ot Monday last. Present—Provost Wilson, Bailie Sivewright, Dean of Guild Lamb, Councillors Anderson, Scott, F. Gordon, G. Gordon, Laing, Alves, and Or Macbean. ROOFIN'G OF SHAMBLES. The minutes last mee
August 29, 1845 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
HERDING TRADE.

HERDING TRADE.

Lossiemouth—ln consequence of the unsettled stale the weather the bouts have seldom been to li" sen since our last. Some those which went out ednesdiiy night returned on Thursday with fair take and report a good appearanceof tisli the Frith, and if the weather continue favourabl
August 29, 1845 - Elgin Courier - Elgin, Moray, Scotland
 
Electioneering Movements. —Lord John Chichester has been returned without opposition for Belfast, vacantby resignation ofMr (now Sir J.) Emeison Tennent,

Electioneering Movements. —Lord John Chichester has been returned without opposition for Belfast, vacantby resignation ofMr (now Sir J.) Emeison Tennent,

Colonial Secreretnry for Ceylon-Mr. Maillaiid, Liberal, has been returned for Kirkcudbrightshire, by majority of 486 >!4 over Col. M'Duwall, the jConserralive.—Mr. Sergeant Murphy has(announced his intention to retire representation Cork at !he commencement of the next Session P
August 30, 1845 - Hertford Mercury and Reformer - Hertford, Hertfordshire, England