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<£ales bg j Valuable Building Materials. .y By Mr. P. T. CANDELET, on Friday, the . tember next, on the

<£ales bg j Valuable Building Materials. .y By Mr. P. T. CANDELET, on Friday, the . tember next, on the

Premises Hanging y l n V" THE Whole of the Corn Exchange Inn, property P ha - Execntora of the late M. O. Wolstoncroft, for tn« 'cl*r of Corporation-street.-.The sale to commence ai the forenoon.—By oiler of the Improvement ccle JOSEPH HERON. To*" Town Hall, Manchester, Aug. 29,
August 30, 1845 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ECCLESIASTICAL.

ECCLESIASTICAL.

The Rev. Dr. Joseph Wolff'has taken up his residence Mechlm, aud has accented the chaplaincy ofthe English chapel there, where will perform Divine service every Sunday. The remains of the late Dean of Llandaff were interred Thursday the 11th inst, under the centie of the Altar o
August 30, 1845 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

" Am I not little pale ?" inquired a lady, who was rather short and corpulent, of a crusty old bachelor. "You look more like a big tub." was the rejoinder. A Railway Spec. —"Come, Bob tell us how much you have cleared by your speculation?" "Cleared!" replied Bob, with a frown, w
August 30, 1845 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MISREPRESENTATIONS RESPECT-ING COL THOMPSON.

MISREPRESENTATIONS RESPECT-ING COL THOMPSON.

MISREPRESENTATIONS RESPECTING COL THOMPSON. The following letter, addressed the Secretary of the Leicester Complete Suffrage not intended for publication; but, knowing the erroneous notions entertained rosprcting man who, instead of sacrificing tho Liberal cause, has made such sa
August 30, 1845 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SOUTHWARK ELECTION. (To the Editor the Leicestershire Mercury.) Sir, —I have received this morning the accompanying circular from London. Although

SOUTHWARK ELECTION. (To the Editor the Leicestershire Mercury.) Sir, —I have received this morning the accompanying circular from London. Although

it was forwarded without any wish that it should be published, it has occurred to me that some service might be rendered your kindly giving it place in the Mercury of to-day. Approving and admiring tbe course which Mr. Miall is pursuing, and convinced that the time has come in w
August 30, 1845 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
STATE OF TRADE.

STATE OF TRADE.

Bradford Wool Market, Thursday, Aug 28.— In fine wools the demand is good. The coarser kinds are too high for any extended operations. There is more doing all kinds of yarns, and for warps a better price maintained. Owing to the fine weather, there is more doing in the piece mar
August 30, 1845 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
IShe |Monmoutf)0f>ire merlin.

IShe |Monmoutf)0f>ire merlin.

She |Monmoutf)0f>ire merlin. NEWPORT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1845. STATE OF PARTIES. AFTER all the numerous and varied prognostica- tions that Sir Robert Peel's Ministry could never get through the session," and that his party would be broken to pieces, that Ministry have quitted the
August 30, 1845 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
OUR LETTER BOX.  ♦—

OUR LETTER BOX. ♦—

OUR LETTER BOX. To the Editor of the Monmouthshire Merlin. SIR,-Your correspondent, Edward Caudle," may rest assured that I shall not be deterred by his silly twaddle, fcom my solemn determination t put down that Incarnation of Humbug, called The Abergavenny Cymreigyddion Society
August 30, 1845 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
CORN AVERAGES,

CORN AVERAGES,

Ft°hpr9§ri!aA ng Duties on Foreign Corn, from the 29th Aug., to the 4th of Sept. 1845. both inclusive. Aver Wheat. Barley, Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas aSe n" 9Q c I 8- d. s. d. s. d 54 0 29—22 5 33 5 40 8 39 7 9 6 12 6 | 3 G An Account of Coal brought down tWT»,„ jr. for the Week end
August 30, 1845 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales
 
MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES.

MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES.

Mrs. Caudle thinks The time has come to have a Cottage out of Town." Caudle, you ought to have bad something nice to night; for you're not well, love-I know you're not. Ha that's like you men—so betdstroog You will have it that nothing ails you; but I can tell, Caudle. The eye o
August 30, 1845 - Monmouthshire Merlin - Newport, Monmouthshire, Wales