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“rtaii fir, *e rfUib roleistwri* Has toSaathimptao oalf hire been ipokeßof, «”g--nertanl they ate with reference to the intcreal toe

“rtaii fir, *e rfUib roleistwri* Has toSaathimptao oalf hire been ipokeßof, «”g--nertanl they ate with reference to the intcreal toe

aMrc* hdden sod asßooundstisa of tbs cooottf WoseneS. further mducssogc, not only tbs disiriiotden bat to the aablic sttadasibr tbit project, hu yet to be ilsicd. B* >bs formation dgtatasa milts of rsllwiT Silithuir sad RSagcrssil, tisssina by tbs of Doaatsa _ aadTorilatbtiagt,
September 13, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE IRON TRADE.

THE IRON TRADE.

(FROM Oil* COmRISPOHOEHTO The effect of the extraordinary extension of rail way apon the iron trade generally, excites much anxiety among the mining interest, and fortunes prospective seem to considered certain, though the several owners had them already within their -rasp. Whet
September 13, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BAMHurri.

BAMHurri.

John Adonuon, Stock port, grocer and tea dealer. Sept. 2S, Oct. IS, at twelre, at iha Court of Bankruptcy, Manchnler. OS’, aealgnee. Hr. Hob eon, Manchester; eola.Mr. Coppock, Cleveland.rov, St. Jamet’a ; Measta. Coppock ana Woollam. Stockport. *9 William Soffe, Strand, print.ie
September 13, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE LATE ROBBERY OF SCRIP.

THE LATE ROBBERY OF SCRIP.

Extbaordinabv Case. —ln jebterilay's Ctlobe we slued that Mr. Charles .Maynard, the estate agent, of Howland-street, had been committed for bigamy; ve now give a more detailed statement of this extraordinary case. The prisoner’s first marriage with Sarah May, in April, 1822, hav
September 13, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SOLICITORS.

SOLICITORS.

S. P. Hook, Eaq. 11, Tokenhoote-yard, Lolhbarjr Messrs. Keddell, Baker, and Grant, 34, Lime-street SECRETARY. Charles Locock \Vebk, Esq. The object of this Company is to shorten the present railway communication between London and Edinburgh, and open up a direct Railway communic
September 13, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
r*o ProgreM node** 408, m ' hei ffta One of pain '®« N! Xh* t«o Qu« -nmmer. an jCrimil» r

r*o ProgreM node** 408, m ' hei ffta One of pain '®« N! Xh* t«o Qu« -nmmer. an jCrimil» r

.t. dw« •nsy occur -jaTeot the {plM place, ,t«as care »< Paris or not of foreigner and lead like kno« Mt this taste* vbicti Unfortonst' Bant or lisbad by Si* *»y g« Princss- The Boui tions tb< their pu mo efforts that foods, nod' CITY, : bars Pieman’s bareoecu of bones oonres of
September 23, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Name in fall Buainew or Ptofuaion Residence Reference. Dale of Application

Name in fall Buainew or Ptofuaion Residence Reference. Dale of Application

Name in fall Buainew Ptofuaion Residence Reference. Dale of Application NORTHERN »"J CONNECTING BAIRWAV. ~, Notice hereby triveo, tlut NO l tu*, SHARES ia Railway will •* •ident Condon « lit »Woj2Tt!» -27ih itula” 1, 29.1 i. and .la.wh.ie alttt BATUftDA\ , the 27tl> By onto of th
September 23, 1845 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOR STOPPING DECAYED TEETH, however Isree tbe cavity.—Pmlruaised by Her MRjesty the ktueen Dowager, Her Royal Daefacae ot Gloarester, His

FOR STOPPING DECAYED TEETH, however Isree tbe cavity.—Pmlruaised by Her MRjesty the ktueen Dowager, Her Royal Daefacae ot Gloarester, His

Gr«» tbe Doke of Wellington, sad the prindpsiNobility.—Mr CLARKE’S SUCCEDANECM. tor stopping decayed teeth, is ler superior ever before used, it is pUced in the tooth without pressure or psio, become* bard tbe easmel immediately after application, and remains‘firm to the tooth f
September 12, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
AND DARLINGTON AND

AND DARLINGTON AND

TO BE LET, • AndcntcrtdupcmatMartiomatne.fi, Krtablfihcd WeH-AerawtoiMd PUBLIC HOUSE, known hj wpi tk« Lion, with SUbling and Garden attached, situate In the centre of the pleasant rillajre Shikclifpe, on high road between Durham and Stockton, distant from the tortoer plan littl
September 12, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
GENUINE DUTCH BULBS.

GENUINE DUTCH BULBS.

JOHN HANCOCK AND SON, Nursery Seedsmen and Florists, DURHAM. BEG respectfully to Inform their customers, and the Trade, that they have received their annual mpplr of DUTCH FLOWER ROOTS, - ESehrina” from Rotterdam, which will be found fine an importa* t»on ever was received, all
September 12, 1845 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England