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front window, and having seen the deceased, ran for a surgeon. Mr soon came, and pronounced him to be dead.

front window, and having seen the deceased, ran for a surgeon. Mr soon came, and pronounced him to be dead.

W hen she first saw the deceased was upon his knees, with his head resting against the door as though he had been trying to fasten the bolt. Thomas Brotherton, a police constable, corroborated her evidence, and said he had heard a groaning noise in the passage so early as one in
August 30, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
Yorkshire; Messrs Payne and Freer, Leicester ;Mr Wm. Tomkinson, Newcastle-under-Lyne; Mr Richard E. Hine, Macclesfield; Mr Lea, Cheltenham; Messrs Tate

Yorkshire; Messrs Payne and Freer, Leicester ;Mr Wm. Tomkinson, Newcastle-under-Lyne; Mr Richard E. Hine, Macclesfield; Mr Lea, Cheltenham; Messrs Tate

and Nash, Bristol; Mr. William Miles. ‘er; Messrs Read and Nicholson, Edinburgh; Messrs , N. 8.; and Messrs. H. and W. A. Tassie, Glasgow. Applications for shares must be accompanied a reference to the Solicitors of the Company, the Sharebrokers, or some other responsible person
August 30, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
UNIVERSAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, Kino Wiuiau »tbeet, London. RECTORS Sir Henry WUlock, K.L.S. Chairman. .. , ~ J 1“" *®"

UNIVERSAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, Kino Wiuiau »tbeet, London. RECTORS Sir Henry WUlock, K.L.S. Chairman. .. , ~ J 1“" *®"

r , ' E«l- M.P. Deputy Chairman. Major-General Sir Richard Ann- William Kilburn, strong, C.B.K.C.T. and S, , Francis Macnaghten, Esq John Bagslmw, Esq. Charles Otway Mayne, Em Augustus Bosanquct, Esq. Robert Saunders, Esq. Charles Dashwood Bntce, Esq. , James Duncan Thomson, Kso
August 30, 1845 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
DESTRUCTIVE WHIRLWIND NEAR ROUEN.

DESTRUCTIVE WHIRLWIND NEAR ROUEN.

I UEST.H.UCTiyr W IRL-MAIND) NPA-l .Rt:)N I TH vtr-v, UNCTOI{IFS BLOWN UOWN "imRSuINS KILLED-* 10it \OUN2DEli. A trig1 ifu iiviocni ottstrirtdycl iitj (TFcr'ndai-1' s-k ) to fl I ?? tthutflit Sets' ic.teaI but t11iiro 'ga- 1' etltiiag to i'rsestcs Ctil I1-ii iS 12ig di 'scas"I- e
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO PREVENT RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

TO PREVENT RAILWAY ACCIDENTS.

IVI ' 11 11[T R i I 'I T it.iI ZIIY cit, ret, iii :etc Tilt' ?? ti At, -or tis':rtoo it i3is lIt. i teens, ,cs,. , 1 IIr z 0 lI rui or' ' s't c . is inst Jz it'- t i I s 'cc ,,IIr51.nII ni a. l, t,,''sci tn- -r1~ it ?? I S ,II i-ii i1. Ii''iii'd 5 . , . sI 1 tI (i 2., it I"" f's'
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

Pos'rsc ?? LONDON-FRIDAX, AUGUST 29. The British and North American Royal mail steamn- ship (l)C Lria, Captain Judkins, arrived at Liverpool at an early hour yesterday imorning, after a fine run from Bos- tOln, inclusive of the usual detention at 1halirax, of eleven days and a fe
August 30, 1845 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY.

ISLE OF WIGHT RAILWAY.

ISLE OF WIOHT RAILWAY. To the EDITOR of the HAMlPSaIltE TELEGRAPH. , Slewport, August 25, 1845. v I m-I wkish to make a feiv observatious for the benefit vtyour Readers on the Railway question in the Island. Two meetings have recently been held at ie Rlyde and Newport. The Ryde n
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
BIRTHS. " " i On the 28tli iust., at 29, Grosveuor-street, the I.ady of Charles ' William Beauclerk, Ese}., of

BIRTHS. " " i On the 28tli iust., at 29, Grosveuor-street, the I.ady of Charles ' William Beauclerk, Ese}., of

a daughter. Un the 20th ?? at llossana, county WicUlow, the Lady of | Daniel Tighe, Esq., of a son. On Thursday, the 28th inst., at the Dowager Lady Arundell's, i 17, Dover-street, the Hem. Mrs. Ncave, of a sou. On the _9ch inst., in Somers-place, Hyde Park, the Lady of Henry Uo
August 30, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATES.

CERTIFICATES.

[Continued from column 544.J Gazette— Aug. 26, 1845.—T0 be allowed Sept. 16. William, olverhampton, plumber Avton Joseph Jobling, of South Shields, linen draper Brown William Lax, of Liverpool, merchant Hardy John of Wisbeach, grocer, partner with George Hardy Jones Benjamin Sam
August 30, 1845 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTCY OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSION.

BANKRUPTCY OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSION.

Of all the cases of the unblushing mal-appropriation of ecclesiastical funds which ever came under our notice, we think that of the Ecclesiastical Commission the grossest. The Bishop of London conducts this body, or did before its bankruptcy; and, under his lordship's direction,
August 30, 1845 - Norfolk News - Norwich, Norfolk, England