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the simple but significative word tcillkommen (welcome.) From this arch to the town gate, a distance of nearly three hundred

the simple but significative word tcillkommen (welcome.) From this arch to the town gate, a distance of nearly three hundred

yards, extended a row of garlands, attached at intervals to temporary posts, decked with streamers and covered with fir boughs. The gate itself, fine old piece of architecture, was decked out with English, Belgian, and Coburg and banners. A splendid avenuo of Bamberg side concea
August 30, 1845 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
A and imapHant Edition of th* “Silent Feiend'* on HufKan Frailty, tcilA Coloured Engraoimyt. Just publidJed, price .i*.6d. Free by

A and imapHant Edition of th* “Silent Feiend'* on HufKan Frailty, tcilA Coloured Engraoimyt. Just publidJed, price .i*.6d. Free by

Port a aealedenrelope), 3f. 6d. SILENT FRIEND; Medical Work on the In- firmilies of th« Generatire Syrtem in both aeres ; and on the lo»« of the reprodoclire power*, with means of restoration. The baneful effects of solitary indulgence, neglected Conorrhaa. Gleet, Stricture, Sec
August 30, 1845 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Our gracious Queen is now quietly sojourning at the residence of her Consort’s ancestors, and the where he himself spent bis youth.—A dreadful hurricane has occurred Kouen, which three large factories have been levelled to the earth, and an immense number workmen killed.— Ihe in
August 30, 1845 - Bristol Times and Mirror - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
WIDOW WELCH’S PILLS.

WIDOW WELCH’S PILLS.

LADIES.—THE ONLY GENUINE WIDOW WELCH’S PILLS, so justly celebrated for all female complaints, are those prepared M rs. Smitiii Rs, ! (Land-daughter to the Widow Welch.) from the real family Kecine, without the least variation whatever. 1 / Cure o>.t.r: Uil.iit" SMITItERs* llelch
August 30, 1845 - Oxford Chronicle and Reading Gazette - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
To the Editor of the Oxford Herald.

To the Editor of the Oxford Herald.

TO IIIS GRACE THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. Shotover Park, neat Oxford, August 22nd, 1845. Mv Lord Duke, , Your Grace has invariably come forward to defend, in and out of Parliament, the constitutional rights of Great Britain, both in Church and State ; and, although unsuccessful, you
August 30, 1845 - Oxford University and City Herald - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
No. 139.-“ Vol. 111.

No. 139.-“ Vol. 111.

DIAMOND PACKETS. .» T?OIl BLACK WALL and LONDOS BRIDGE. 4bSo^^ FORE CABIN, •d.; SALOON. 9d. T»t n«». 7,6, 12, 6 *; 7 iCwnAri. 8, <> 6 7 ' WHAIIF, , 10, 11. 12. 2, 3. 4J, 6.
August 30, 1845 - Kentish Independent - London, London, England
 
COFFEE-HOrSE TOUTERS.

COFFEE-HOrSE TOUTERS.

There is nuiwnce prevalent in Woolwich, as in other town*, to which the attention of the public has been directed for a long time, without any steps having been taken to remedy it. It is that of being unable to pass through the streets without being stopped and followed numbers
August 30, 1845 - Kentish Independent - London, London, England
 
CHATHAM.

CHATHAM.

~T Mondsv the Grmeetend end Saint * .. ri,.h nlaved Kocheoter Common. Some * lt> genie waa not quite played out. » e-nl, -ho to (ht M Clifford. J w.llianu, of the and f"*'* rn on Club, at tingle wicket, on Tuesday, in Chatham Wilbsnis bowled better than usual, proved b.m.elf dec
August 30, 1845 - Kentish Independent - London, London, England
 
Sntrlltgtnrr.

Sntrlltgtnrr.

Arrived at Greenoc k, Friday, the brig Roliertina (213), of Glasgow. Stewart, from Trinidad, in days; sailed 12th ult. with a cargo ol sugar. Had variable weather for the first part the passage, and strong easterly gales for the latter part. Lett loading, the brig Antigua Irvine
August 30, 1845 - Glasgow Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
MAY UE ORDERED or ANT BOOKSELLER.

MAY UE ORDERED or ANT BOOKSELLER.

THE BOTANIST, Complete in 5 vols. containing splendid coloured plates, equal to highly-finished drawings, of the most beautiful Greenhouse and other Plants, with their descriptions, cultivation, Ac. by 11. Maund, F.L.S.; the Rev. Prof, llenslow; and other Botanists. Large paper,
August 30, 1845 - Glasgow Citizen - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland