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August 30, 1845 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
At the LONDON COMMERCIAL SALE-ROOMS, On TUESDAY. October 7, INDIGO- f Cheste by FRY, GRIFFITHS and CO., 903 Ditto G.

At the LONDON COMMERCIAL SALE-ROOMS, On TUESDAY. October 7, INDIGO- f Cheste by FRY, GRIFFITHS and CO., 903 Ditto G.

R. Harvey and CO.i. . 3265 Ditto ... PATRY and PASTEUR, 1371 Ditto .. RIPLEY, BROWN and CO, 1001 Ditto ... JOHN STRAITH, 319 Ditto ... A. and E. MOCATTA, Junes. 1894 Ditto ~ JOHNSON and RENNY, 110 Ditto ~ FORMAN and UADOW, 514 Ditto ... TRUEMAN and COOK,' Ditto ... CORRIE and CO
August 30, 1845 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

Meetings at the Court of Bankruptcy, London. CHBNNELL. George, Cape). Surrey, carpenter, to surrender September 5, at half-past ten, October 10, at twelve. Official Assignee, Mr. Alsager, Birchinlane, Cornhill. Attorneys. Messrs. Blake and Tamplin, King’s-road, BedMM-row. GUY, J
August 30, 1845 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY IN THE ISLE OF WIGHT.

RAILWAY IN THE ISLE OF WIGHT.

RAILWAY IN THE ISIE OF WIGHT. - PUBLIC MlEET1NG AT VENTNOR. Pursuant to jmnlouncement, a meeting of the owners and ratepayers ofthe town of Ventnor and its neigh. bourhood, including Shlanklmn, Bonciurech, St. JaW. rence, arid Nton, was held at the St. Bonitaee Hotel, on Tlutrsdi
August 30, 1845 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
THEATRE KOYAL, HAYMARKET. THI. KVEXIXG will be performed the ComrUv ..f SHi: STOOPS TO CONQI'I'.K. Mr. Hanlcastle, Mr. W. Farr.-n:

THEATRE KOYAL, HAYMARKET. THI. KVEXIXG will be performed the ComrUv ..f SHi: STOOPS TO CONQI'I'.K. Mr. Hanlcastle, Mr. W. Farr.-n:

Sir Charles Marlow, Mr. ! Tilbury: .oiing Marlow, Mr. 11. Holl; Tony Lumpkin, Mr. i Beickstone : Hastiii-rs, Mr. Brindal; Landlord, Mr. T. I. Mathews; | I Piggory, Mr. Widdieom. : Mr.. Hardcastle, Mrs. Glover; Mi- ; Neville', Mw. 1.. >. Buckin gliaui : Miss Ilanlcastle, Miss J.
August 30, 1845 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
-^T^ATING & GILDING, BL ECT*° *. p atent ees, Messrs. Elkington&r Co.) r^^BD STREET, SHEFFIELD. H0^ Arv , m respectfully

-^T^ATING & GILDING, BL ECT*° *. p atent ees, Messrs. Elkington&r Co.) r^^BD STREET, SHEFFIELD. H0^ Arv , m respectfully

announce to „ F0 * ALKER r" ana Merchants of Sheffield, that fyi' lUnufacwreß an , p orders on the most mode- ls *\ "ed to «".»" ° a description of Electro- die) ar< p^ every vanetv ana rate Ten ?? G iiding- , ,i, a t they have adopted the Pi n ?? ?Co. "eg to ?? *att E y k . ngt
August 30, 1845 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE IRON TRADE.

THE IRON TRADE.

The large and still increasing demand for iron— the sti- mulus to trade in general, which such demand excites, and the general prosperity consequent upon the full deve- lopement of this — the staple produce of our isle, renders everj information from practical facts - every stat
August 30, 1845 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
LIVERPOOL ASSIZES.

LIVERPOOL ASSIZES.

BREACH OF PROMISE OF MARRIAGE. FRIDAY, Aug. 22.— Pass v. Potts.— Mr. Wort- ley and Mr. Webster appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Watson and Mr. Hoggins for the defendant. This was an action for breach of promise of marriage. The de- fendant pleaded— lst, that he did not promis
August 30, 1845 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
Printed by Robbbt Lsadsb, junior, (residing al So -* r ' . sW jeK inthe f wnship of Ecclesall Bierlow.

Printed by Robbbt Lsadsb, junior, (residing al So -* r ' . sW jeK inthe f wnship of Ecclesall Bierlow.

aid Pa '" h I. - M»> inthe County of York.) at his Printing Office, n • • berry street, and Published by him at No. 41, » ■*" ia Sheffield aforesaid.— Saturday, August X, law-
August 30, 1845 - Sheffield Independent - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS.

The weather still continues favourable for the harvest. Oxford. —The weather has since Tuesday been very favourable for harvest operations,—as fine for the crops as the most ardent could desire, and which, from the quantity of wheat and barley cut in the more immediate vicinity
August 30, 1845 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England