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August 31, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
ALL MAY-BE CURED BY

ALL MAY-BE CURED BY

ALL MAY - BE CURED BY HO LLUWAY'S OINTMENT.- FIFTY ULCERS CURED IN SIX WEEKS: Extract of a Letter from John Martin, Esq., Chroniclo - Office, Tobago, West Indies:— "To Professor Holloway.—February, 41845.-Sir: I beg to inform you that the inhabitants of this Wand, especially thos
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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. PIL/LNCZ. Ps I.ls, Tuesday.---The Journal des Mbats announces that the Seraskieryllaza Pacha, was superseded in his post on

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. PIL/LNCZ. Ps I.ls, Tuesday.---The Journal des Mbats announces that the Seraskieryllaza Pacha, was superseded in his post on

the Bth inst. i- The investments ,in the savings banks of Paris on the 24th and 25th inst. amounted to 533,6211, and the reimbursements to 780,679 f. The Constitutionnef announces that the treaty concluded between France and New Granada, on the 29th of October I last, had been r
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r useful to the nuin shares to know legal—what liabiwhat is the exact immensely nutnemediums. We, a of the most emiim a regular pro- Ily prepared, anit er as accurate as The opinion is as rem contracts for e of these sneerlaw ; others from y vary in different lee. The rules of ,
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THE DRAMA, &c.

THE DRAMA, &c.

ADELPHI THEATRE.—A new piece, in one act, was pro • duced on Monday night at the Adelphi, the subject on which it is founded being Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures, that fertile source of grave contemplation or of amusement, as the reader happens to be a Benedict or a bachelor. In
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WEDNESDAY.

WEDNESDAY.

The Egham Stakes of 5 sovs each, with 15 added. Heats, mile and a half. (8 subs.)—Won, in two heats, by Lord G. Bentick's Devil to Pay, 4 yrs 6st 131 b (W. Abdale), beating Alice Grey, Isleworth, Antonio, Anna Perenua, Etona, and St. Michael.—Betting—First heat: Even on The Devi
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FRIDAY AUGUST 29.

FRIDAY AUGUST 29.

CROWN-OFFICE, August 29 —"Member returned to serve in Parliament:— Borough of Cireneester.--John Ludford Chichester, esq., corn • monly c.tlied Lord John Ludford Chichester, of St. George's place, Hyde park, in the room of Sir James Emerson Tennent, knight, who has accepted the
August 31, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
P 0 UGLAS JERROLD'S SHILLING MAGAZINE. No. IX. (September) contains:— St. Giles and St. James. By the Editor. A Few

P 0 UGLAS JERROLD'S SHILLING MAGAZINE. No. IX. (September) contains:— St. Giles and St. James. By the Editor. A Few

Words connected with Optimism. The Englishman is Prussia—The Holy Coat at Troves. The Poor Man's Friend. Pine.apple Shot—A Fact and a Fancy. The Child and the Criminal. Chatsworth—A. Fragment. Serving the Country. Rhymes for the Times. No. 2. Young and Old England. The Position
August 31, 1845 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England