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RANDOM READINGS.

RANDOM READINGS.

The Mercantile Community.—What a marvellous race we have amoug the mercantile community! How 'Wile imagination ! How rich resources ! How Prompt to seize the opportunity of profit-making, be it never so fleeting! No difficulties daunt, no obstacles deter them whether they face t
August 30, 1845 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND READERS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND READERS.

The Infer came to hand too late he attended this week.
August 30, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
WEST KENT GUARDIAN. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 30, There is one subject which the present period of year becomes annually the

WEST KENT GUARDIAN. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 30, There is one subject which the present period of year becomes annually the

topic of almost uuiversul conversation, and is really of much greater importance to the great bulk of the population than nineteentwentieths of the matters to tbe investigation of which the columns of newspapers are devoted —we mean the state of the crop 9. And the present seaso
August 30, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
LOUGHBOROUGH.

LOUGHBOROUGH.

Board or Guardians, Tuesday, August, 26th. Present, Messrs. T. B. Miller, Bosworth, Boycr, Chapman, Gains, Gray, Harriman, Jones, and W. Woodroffe.—The Clerk read the minutes ofthe last meeting, and three marriage notices. Also an order from tho Commissioners for tho election of
August 30, 1845 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
CORN AVERAGES.

CORN AVERAGES.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICES OF BRITISH CORN, for week ended Aug 23, 1845, made up from the Returns thr Inspector* in th» different cities and towns KngUii'l anil Wu.li *. p,-i- imperial qnttrttr. Wheat 575. Od. I 0at5...22*. 2d. I Beans... Is. 2d Barley 29». 4d. Rye 31*. 4<\. Peas ..
August 30, 1845 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES..

ACCIDENTS AND OFFENCES..

Colliery Explosion: Loss of Fifty Lives. —A frightful explosion of fire-damp occurred in the Jarrow colliery, on the Durham side of the Tyne, on Thursday ifternoon week. The effect was most horrible. Nearly a hundred men were the pit at the time. One-half of them, being near the
August 30, 1845 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEEDS BREWSTER SESSIONS.

LEEDS BREWSTER SESSIONS.

The annual licensing day was held the Leeds Court House, on Wednesday last, before the following magistrates : —The mayor (Darnton Lupion, Esq.,) Hamer Stansfeld, Esq., Edward Baines, Esq., George Goodman, Esq., Griffith Wright, Esq., R. Markland, Esq., D. W. Nell, Esq., R. Bram
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
DREADFUL COLLIERY EXPLOSION,

DREADFUL COLLIERY EXPLOSION,

AND LOSS OF LIFE, AT J ARROW. Our great colliery district has again been the scene of most appalling accident, involving the loss of thirty-nina lives. This melancholy occurrence took place on Thursday last, in the Low Main seam of Jarrow Colliery, about nine miles from Newcastl
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
iVINAIGRE DE BORDEAUX. UNDER THE REDUCED TARIFF. NOW SALE, ex Reynard," 10 Pipes, Hogsheads, 80 Tiercons, and 60 Quarter Casks

iVINAIGRE DE BORDEAUX. UNDER THE REDUCED TARIFF. NOW SALE, ex Reynard," 10 Pipes, Hogsheads, 80 Tiercons, and 60 Quarter Casks

of FRENCH WHITE-WINE VINEGAR, of Purest and Finest Qualitt. In selecting the above the Importers have availed themselves of the two-fold advantage many years' experience in the Manufacture home, and lengthened connexion with the first Houses in the vine-growing districts abrod.
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PABLOS CIIICUS, KING CHARLES'S CROFT. AST WEEK BUT TWO.- "jVfONDAY. SEPTEMBER Ist. the LAST MORNING PERFORMANCE of the Season will

PABLOS CIIICUS, KING CHARLES'S CROFT. AST WEEK BUT TWO.- "jVfONDAY. SEPTEMBER Ist. the LAST MORNING PERFORMANCE of the Season will

take place. Doors Open One, Performance Two o'Clock precisely. BRILLIANT SUCCESSION OF EQUESTRIAN EXPLOITS AND ROUTINE OF RIVALLED GYMNASTIC EFFORTS. MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY, SEP'I EMBER Ist, 2nd. and The AMUSEMENTS Selected for these Nights will Consist of the following
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England