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RAILWAY DEPARTURES.

RAILWAY DEPARTURES.

From Preston to Llver.ORTR 1@110N. pool, WFian, andlMan. From Liverprol F Ea sel ene tor W igan and P reto W g dI is ) 3 2 IM., Mail C 45 A.M.,Third Ohm 6 3This A15 6 15 A.m., Third Class 8 0 A.M., Ist&2dCiI S 8 16., Thrd 8 0 A.M,,lft&2dCia, 10 15 AM.,lSt&2dCls. 0 30 AM. I &c4 1
September 6, 1845 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LONDON, EDNESDAY, SKPI". 17. The contents the Paris papers of Sunday are little interest. The Prvs.se announces that Lord Palmers ton expected Paris in a few days. Ihe journal announces that the Duke Broglie w ill successor of M. Rover (Jullard the Academy. Our accounts from Mad
September 18, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, who has been in busi- ness nearly twenty years, in healthy Town in

TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, who has been in busi- ness nearly twenty years, in healthy Town in

Herefordshire, is in want of APPRENTICE. livery attention will paid him, as to his business acquirements and morals, and will treated as one of the Family. Address Mr. Davis, care of Messrs. Lea and Perrins, Chemists, Worcester. Just Published, Prior Is. &/., \ CHARGE delivered
September 4, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
EIGHT ORCHARDS of the choicest varieties of I J able, Pot, Ci'h'r, and Perry ERUPTS, in convenient Lots, at in

EIGHT ORCHARDS of the choicest varieties of I J able, Pot, Ci'h'r, and Perry ERUPTS, in convenient Lots, at in

the Parish of LEIGH, four miles from Worcester ; SOLD AUCTION, 11V BBS & SON, IX the various Orchards, on TUESDAY, the Utli uay SEPTEMBER, three o'clock precisely, direction of Mr. GEO. ESShX. Important Sale of valuable LIVE STOCK, Implements in Hitxbandry of every description,
September 4, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
TENBURY HORTICULTURAL AND FLORAL SOCIETY.

TENBURY HORTICULTURAL AND FLORAL SOCIETY.

Thursday, Sept. 10. Oh, lovely flowers, the earth's rich diadem! Bright resurrection from her sable tomb! Emblems aie ye of heaven and heavenly joy— Of starry brilliance in a world of gloom. To-day the high-born, rich, and beautiful, young and old, of the nice little town of Ten
September 18, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
John Hipkins, chain manufacturer, Princes End, Tipton John Ridley, builder, Tipton Joseph Southall, timber merchant, Princes End, Tipton W. Alillington

John Hipkins, chain manufacturer, Princes End, Tipton John Ridley, builder, Tipton Joseph Southall, timber merchant, Princes End, Tipton W. Alillington

and Co., Summer Hill Ironworks, Tipton John Walker, Gospel Oak Works, Tipton Amos boiler manufacturer, Malins and Rawlinson, Pluenix Iron Works, Westbromwich, and Lea Brook Iron Works, Tipton; also representing the Patent Galvanised Iron Company Thomas Davies, coal and ironmaste
September 18, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SEVERN COMMISSIONERS

SEVERN COMMISSIONERS

The annual meeting of this body was held Monday at the (iuildhall; J. Pakington, Esq., M.P., in the chair. There were also present—Messrs. Whitcombe, Walker, Burrup, Jenkins, G. Williams, Gutch, J. W. Leo, G. Allies, and E. Evans. Mr. Pakington, in opening the proceedings, expre
September 11, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE JUNCTION RAILWAY, CONNECTING LICHFIELD, WALSALL, WOLVERHAMPTON, DUDLEY, &c.. WITH DERBY AND THE NORTH MIDLAND COUNTIES. (Provisionally pursuant to

SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE JUNCTION RAILWAY, CONNECTING LICHFIELD, WALSALL, WOLVERHAMPTON, DUDLEY, &c.. WITH DERBY AND THE NORTH MIDLAND COUNTIES. (Provisionally pursuant to

and Tic., c. 110.> CAPITAL, £750,000, 30,000 SHARES of EACH. DEPOSIT, 78. 6d. per SHARE. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. Chairman. —Charles Smith Foster, Esq., Hampstead Hall, near Walsall, High Sheriff for Staffordshire. Deputy-Chairman*—Richard Croft Chawner, Esq., Wall, near Lichfield
September 11, 1845 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
IRELAND'S CURSE.

IRELAND'S CURSE.

IRELAD'S CURSE. ?? bigotry and political fanaticism Toe l of Ireland is the source of more,and f tlac ,ell SC-5tedl evils in that country than ef mare " 1*i; by a British Government, call be Spit tay do, and has done, in the way of uevil fr Ireland o The two parties which divide
September 14, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

FULICM 1.12ZI-LIWE-NOB. ?? ft- Tee TEA RoDEaEn.-Oti Frday, Edweard Brogicr, Tbomrj HiRicks, Joaeptj Woyworrd, and Jotn Wilblaot, who were reminded from Wednesday last, soere re-et- amitned before the Lard Mraytr the three former charged with stealing, and Willians toith rsrciving
September 14, 1845 - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - London, London, England