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BEST REMEDY tok INDIGESTION. NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS are con- , fidently recommended as a simple but certain remedy to all

BEST REMEDY tok INDIGESTION. NORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS are con- , fidently recommended as a simple but certain remedy to all

who suffer from Indigestion, Sick' Head-ache, Bilious , and Liver Complaints; they act as a powerful tonic and gentle aperient, imparting strength to the stomach, and composure to the nervous system. Sold Bottles at Is. lid. 2s. 9d., and Us. each, in every Town the Kingdom. CAUT
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
_ WAKE OF WILLIAM ORR. BY DR. DRENNAN. rThe case of William Orr involves one of the most ruthless acts

_ WAKE OF WILLIAM ORR. BY DR. DRENNAN. rThe case of William Orr involves one of the most ruthless acts

of tyranny that preceded the msurrecfcon of 1/98. Orr. who w-asa young Presbyterian farmer of Antrun, and man of great personal popularity was tried and convicted October. '97, of administering the United Irish oath to a private soldier, named Windy. But on the same day, four of
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LOCAL NEWS.

LOCAL NEWS.

LEEDS, SATURDAY, Alg. 30. Mrs. Caudle's Curtaix Lectures are now being performed at four different theatres in the metropolis. Two New Railway papers have appeared during the past week —the Raihcau Telegraph and the Kail tea 1/ Express. Of railway periodicals, now days, there is
August 30, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
prospectus for the erection of public baths in Tuunton his just been issued. is proposed raise capital of 800/. in

prospectus for the erection of public baths in Tuunton his just been issued. is proposed raise capital of 800/. in

shares of 10/., 500/. which are be appropriated the building, the remainder being reserved for furniture and incidentals.
August 30, 1845 - Hertford Mercury and Reformer - Hertford, Hertfordshire, England
 
Literature.

Literature.

The Edinburgh Review contains excellent article relating to the institution entitled the " Society of Jesus," which contains some acute remarks the nature and tendency of the influence which the Jesuits have exercised over mankind. At the present time, when this formidable body
August 30, 1845 - Hertford Mercury and Reformer - Hertford, Hertfordshire, England
 
BANK OF ENGLAND.

BANK OF ENGLAND.

An Account, pursuant the Act ami Bth Victoria, cap. 32, for the week emiiug on Saturday, the 19tb of August, 1845. ISSUE DEPARTMENT. £ I £ Notes issued S'J,O7!J,9O!> j Government debt. 11,015,100 Other securities .. a,!J84,9U0 Gold coinSc bullion 13,086 Silver bullion 1.9X9,769
August 30, 1845 - Hertford Mercury and Reformer - Hertford, Hertfordshire, England
 
THE AN DOVER UNION CASE.

THE AN DOVER UNION CASE.

Mosdav, Aug. 2.5.—Mr. Assistant-Commissioner Parkei this morning, at 12 o'clock, •pened his court of inquiry intc the conduct of M'Dougal, the master of the union workhouse the hall of that building, the board-room of the workhous* being found too small to contain the guardians
August 30, 1845 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WALLINGFORD, SATURDAY, Aug. 30.

WALLINGFORD, SATURDAY, Aug. 30.

The last show ofthe Royal Berkshire Horticultural Society is announced for the llth of next month, and the exhibition will as usual take place in the Castle Grounds. The annual dinner will be presided over the Earl of Falmouth. Cricket.—On Monday last, a highly interesting game
August 30, 1845 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
READING POLICE.

READING POLICE.

Wednesday.—William Nutley, a respectable-looking young man who had been remanded from the previous Monday, was fina ll examined on the charge of stealing a pair cf hoots, the property of Mr. Buckland, boot and shoe-maker, London-street. The prisoner, it appeared, had been m the
August 30, 1845 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
SCIENTIFIC MEMORANDA, &c.

SCIENTIFIC MEMORANDA, &c.

The Atmospheric Principle.—A series of experiments have just been made on the London and Croydon line of railway, to the power of ascending inclines, and have proved successful. train was brought to the foot of an incline 50, and stopped so as to deprive of any poweTit might hav
August 30, 1845 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England