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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
 
/ LEICfiSTEH RACES, y. BBTW^ENWARVV-IC-- -TO DOSCASTEE.) (,lff * E ?? *S_9to« 6er 10th ' tfRSHIRE HANDICAP, of 25 sove-

/ LEICfiSTEH RACES, y. BBTW^ENWARVV-IC-- -TO DOSCASTEE.) (,lff * E ?? *S_9to« 6er 10th ' tfRSHIRE HANDICAP, of 25 sove-

f,c LE- CES !, a a nd 5 only if declared on or before ?? it J 75 added by the Inhabitants of „ Ttb of A^Stv; the owner of the second horse tbe _ier« DdllS vr"uk_ The winner to pay £10 to- e ?? ?? of the Races, and to subscribe to the _ _Ttbe esP^f* „ ff y ear ; the winner of any
August 30, 1845 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, 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
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENT.

HUNTING APPOINTMENT.

The Deyon and Somerset Stag Houxds will mee t on Saturday Sept. 6. at Dulverton ; —at half-past ten.
August 30, 1845 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England