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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

PETER'S REJOINDER TO M. C.'s ANSWER. Madam, —I begin to get frightened, and almost to wish I had never ventured to enter the lists with you. will not say that I have the worst of the argument; and even you allow that my letter contains "truisms not be withstood." But he who fenc
August 30, 1845 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
" O^,,.^ Gentleman regularly Testimonials, will hear FIBS* NESS, by applying to Y. Z.. NEWARK AND SHEFFIELD V SHAREHOLDERS are

" O^,,.^ Gentleman regularly Testimonials, will hear FIBS* NESS, by applying to Y. Z.. NEWARK AND SHEFFIELD V SHAREHOLDERS are

remind* M next, the Ist September, the % can claim Shares in the Boston, way, in exchange for their Scrip or (i this Company or its extension scheme- m Parties sending their Scrip by post, write their names ST _^ Mansfield, Notts, 20 NEWARK ft OTICE is hereby given, that « Share
August 30, 1845 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
If\ FOSTER, Coach Builder, Magdalen \ Street, has now ready for Sale variety of new light uader-duty PHAETONS and GIGS,

If\ FOSTER, Coach Builder, Magdalen \ Street, has now ready for Sale variety of new light uader-duty PHAETONS and GIGS,

PONY GIGS, and 1 DOG CARTS. Also several good second-hand CARRIAGES, which will offered at very moderate prices. A second-hand OMNIBUS in excellent repair to be Sold a bargain. Exeter, August 1845. WILLIAM (Successor to Mr. Blunden,) 51, H igH-STREET, EXETER, 51, BEGS respectful
August 30, 1845 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.

vast theatre at Paris, called the Hippodrome, was ncned the public last week. It 350 feet long, and will ?0,000 persons. The Paris papers lament the death, at the age of fifty. Selligue, the author of a great variety of scien- ' plications to the purposes of trade and manufactur
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS.

LEEDS.

Pablo's Circus. We perceive, with great regret, that this favourite place of amusement is about to close, after a brilliant and most successful season. The entire management has been conducted on the most liberal scale, and, consequently, we have had the first talent in the eque
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
MARLOW.

MARLOW.

Crickbt. —A match was played at Westhorpe Park, Little Marlow, on Tuesday, between the Weathorpe (E. C. Nugent's, Esq.) and He'dgerly (R. R. Clayton's, Esq.), which was won by the latter, with eight or nine wickets to go down. The Westhorpe were completely over-matched, as the H
August 30, 1845 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
&alio auction. BBUBBZU ESTATEB In the Parishes of East Hanney, Goosey, Stanford, Lamboume, Sfe. Messrs. hoggart and norton beg to

&alio auction. BBUBBZU ESTATEB In the Parishes of East Hanney, Goosey, Stanford, Lamboume, Sfe. Messrs. hoggart and norton beg to

inform the Public that the SALE of the above ESTATES, advertised to take place Wa ntab the SOth of September next, is unavoidably postponed until the Spring of the ciisuing year. Broad-street, London. SALE THIS DAY. IMPORTANT AND VALUABLE USHT Or BFOBTIVO OVER THE EXTORSIVE MANO
August 30, 1845 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
NEWBURY MARKET, Aug 28.

NEWBURY MARKET, Aug 28.

We had a good supply of Wheat to-day, a fair sprinkling which was of the new crop, the bulk of which compared with last year's was of very inferior quality, and from «two to three lbs. per bushel lighter in weight: old, readily obtained late rates, but the damp lots of new sold
August 30, 1845 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
READING, SATURDAY, August 30.

READING, SATURDAY, August 30.

The excitement created in the Spanish capital for some weeks past by M. Mon's new system of taxation, has been brought to crisis. The traders of Madrid having failed in obtaining from the government a favourable answer to their petitions for a revision and modification of the ne
August 30, 1845 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
AWFUL HURRICANE NEAR ROUEN.

AWFUL HURRICANE NEAR ROUEN.

The Rouen journals and correspondence give sad details of the effects of the storm on Tuesday the 19th inst., the immediate neighbourhood of that city : —A rather violent storm had broken over Rouen about noon, the rain had fallen in abundance, and some claps of thunder were hea
August 30, 1845 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England