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First Morning, Wednesday, Sept. nth. PART I. H Ifffl ST, Composed M. VON WHtHR. The Prnfessor.Taylor. FIRST TIME OFIPERKORMA.NCE HERE.

First Morning, Wednesday, Sept. nth. PART I. H Ifffl ST, Composed M. VON WHtHR. The Prnfessor.Taylor. FIRST TIME OFIPERKORMA.NCE HERE.

The Solos Miss Poole, Miss Dolby, Mr. Mr. Hawkins, Mr. Macliin, and Herr Staudigl. SELECTION FROM Rossini " Stabat Mater." Tlie Solos by Madame Grisi, Miss Poole, Miss Dolby, Signor Mario, Signor F. Lablache, and Herr Staudigl. PARTS II and 111. "THE SEASONS," Composed by'HAVDN.
August 30, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
We received the Time Table of a new arrangement between Norwich and Yarmouth at nearly twelve o'clock, o* Friday morning,

We received the Time Table of a new arrangement between Norwich and Yarmouth at nearly twelve o'clock, o* Friday morning,

and this Advt., a printed bill, merely altered, was forwarded to second hand, and at an hour much too late for to attempt its insertion. We can tell the Norfolk Company, this it not the way conduct business.
August 30, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
GUILDHALL.

GUILDHALL.

FRIDAY, August 22. Before W. Fiuua and N. PiLMia, Eiqn. Assault.—Kobtrt Lartrr, All Salute, was charged W AS ' "ii J<*n Everett, nl Wellington-street.-The assault aro« out of a Quarrel re a girl with whom tbe defendant was acquainted se*l«g her with Everett, Mar Hit Trowei aad H
August 30, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CROMER, Aug. 28.

CROMER, Aug. 28.

Ravaget of the Sea.— We regret to Lave 6 wIS" 1 in , ro « d ?»theocewion tlieCroinercoast, a y week . I»y 'he power of Hit *S °f ,he '"P l ' ,idM - the moon in): sj,i" M!, onh "« , »y) several portions the clifl r eot,^ e8 to Mr. Rast, on the Shernn ? h»m side ot the town, toppl
August 30, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
L. FAIRWEATHER BEOS respectfully to inform the LADIES she now 10 LONDON selecting the NEWEST „• FASHIONS „ Millinery, Blonds,

L. FAIRWEATHER BEOS respectfully to inform the LADIES she now 10 LONDON selecting the NEWEST „• FASHIONS „ Millinery, Blonds,

Flowers, FEATHERS, RlRtttfNS, GLOVES, Searfs, Shawls, Dresses, Ac. &c. Which will be ready for Inspection on Thursday, the 4th September. 5, LOWDON STBBBT. The G. & W. E. ETHERIDGE RESPECTFULLY announce tliat they will very soon have ready for Wic inspection, A larg-e and splend
August 30, 1845 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
w ,nnAitv <»ai i iik «:i i» KiiKEIGN ami DOHKbTIt Two packet arrived this week from No" York bringing papers

w ,nnAitv <»ai i iik «:i i» KiiKEIGN ami DOHKbTIt Two packet arrived this week from No" York bringing papers

from thence of it iate modification of the tariff, it was confidently expected m made, wliich ill liemlicinl t.uhc ini The rommen ial "f foreign manulacturcß counts frinn the ililfereut I'ennsUvsnia Inis iiaul the mtcresl due "i its pub I’* ’*'dc-ht cm to the Ist inst. and for t
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
lie tl.f Ho; Tin On 1 rm i} The

lie tl.f Ho; Tin On 1 rm i} The

August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ISLE OF WIGHT.

ISLE OF WIGHT.

N,«i'OßT.—Tlie mild nnn '' al etl . rnilr- Archers took place . on 11 f jewellery, men's prizes, rorsistinu of A,„. i;.,| UwiriK were won apt Brookes and Mir m ct|t , r ladies' to the absence of some .d the fl, I. , h^l<jt , ,as followed prizes wen- not fo . numerously by P'.c.n
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
LONDON. WEDNESDAY

LONDON. WEDNESDAY

Paris Papers contain royal ordonnauces bv which are raised to the peerage the following members of the Chamber of Depntie.sLieut. General Bonnemaina, Lieut. General Dognerau, Lieut. General Durrien, M. Fulchiron, Baron Girot TAnglade, M. Hartmann. Count de Montoaon, Raguct Lcpin
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
HOP MARKET—Auo. 25.

HOP MARKET—Auo. 25.

Last w eek's rise has been maintained, and the market was steady. In some respects the accounts from the ore more cheering. The duly called ill" 0,060 to £L5,000. HAY MARKETS— Saturday, Aug. 23. Smith/teld. Cumberland. Coarse Meadow .. 78s 100 s /6« t-Mful Ditto UK). IW. 102. 11
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England