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CKIOKCTBUS’ RBQISTBR.

CKIOKCTBUS’ RBQISTBR.

The Marylehonk Clvr and Ground v. County Hants, with Box, Filch, Martin. —This match, which ha* excited considerable interest, terminated ' favour the Club majority of runs. A fine display bowling and batting was exhibited : during the game. Westminster and Windsor. —Tbe Saint J
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
177 98 *ex n 3g 3 SfiJ 1 pm 100 ' 10 47 3 16 13 4 10} d 50

177 98 *ex n 3g 3 SfiJ 1 pm 100 ' 10 47 3 16 13 4 10} d 50

79 13 15 9 0.13.4. 6 7} 12 4 13 17 24 41 6 10 20 2 111 7Ht 3
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY SHARE LIST.—Continued.

RAILWAY SHARE LIST.—Continued.

RAILWAY SHARE LIST. Continued. Business Paid. Dane. 3* H 6 14 :»4
August 31, 1845 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Recovery of a Lost Right of Way.

Recovery of a Lost Right of Way.

TO TIHE EDOTOR OF "cLOYD'S WEEKLY NEWSPAPVE." SiR,-For some time past I have been endeavouriag to recover the " South WhaTf-road" end of the Pad- dington portion of the Grand Junction Canal pathway, and to some extent I have succeeded. This pathway was formed at the commencement
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

THE IRON TIMES.pct6d rdortglwewsape ' Oine price ,-I ?? oII ilo Raoilways in alt tire Mlarkets, w!ith ~ ?? f StockExchrange Irtelligrnre, rand other lits- * 0111 er~e eeryprojected Lille, such a, Iron net in nyocstraiees daily~ or wecekly. It is, epriraOO es tire iml-otrtr~ce vro
August 31, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
W ANTED, a SET of FORES’S COACHING RECOL- I.FICTIONS, four cuieured pri. ts, second hand. In good condition.—Apply, price, Ac.

W ANTED, a SET of FORES’S COACHING RECOL- I.FICTIONS, four cuieured pri. ts, second hand. In good condition.—Apply, price, Ac.

to Bnghiweil, p<inia<-Hrr, Barnstaple. XO REDUCED SPORTING GENTLEMEN.—WANTED, in first-rate highly respectable establishment, Gentleman to SUPERIX- portion of the BUSINESS. must understand I the huying and of horses, pmiculsrlr hunter*, have good sporting connection, possess a g
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
E)R SHOOTING BOOTS.—HOBY’S EMOLIENT WATERPROOF WAX readers sheeting boots quite waterproof, and proa aoftnes* and pliability attamabl* by other mean*.—Sold

E)R SHOOTING BOOTS.—HOBY’S EMOLIENT WATERPROOF WAX readers sheeting boots quite waterproof, and proa aoftnes* and pliability attamabl* by other mean*.—Sold

48, St. James’s-street, In bottles at sseach. Also Hoby’s Imperial Balacking, which produeea po'ish equal to patent leather, ia bottles ls.6d. and la. To be had throughout tbo VACHTINO, DRIVING, .ml ANGLING.—The New X DREADNOUGHT JACKETS and WRAPPERS will be found by tailors and
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
CURRAGH

CURRAGH

IILWAY—THE ROYAL SEPKRIVALS, &c. nigh' since the line the Great roes the Curragh definitively iterfere with any of the cou ses. obert Brown, Eaq, been taken have been saved a lo make a very considerable altele works (onaequent on wh>ch will at first marked off would have four mi
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
i Gentlemen against the Players, for the Bene-

i Gentlemen against the Players, for the Bene-

Gentlemen against the Players, for the Bene- Norfolk, with Filch. Monday, Sf.pt IS. at Brig fit of the veteran Brown. TRBNT BRIDGE GROUND. Tdcerdat. SaPTBMBaa 4 (instead u.e 10th)—Eleven of England against of NvUingham, for 42U0 a side.
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
PIGEON SHOOTING

PIGEON SHOOTING

Red House, Batthsra Fields.—On Monday, Mom Hill, Jones, shot for swetptukes tsrh. 7 pisecns eseh, ysrds, traps. MfHill winner, kiliins 6. They had two more on the same terms, when Mr Jonm ana r Wstkms tied, ktllini S each, bratint Mr Hill by bird. They agreed to shoot the tie of
August 31, 1845 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England