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DEWSBURY.

DEWSBURY.

Boiler Explosion.— Five Lives Lost.— Wednesday forenoon last, about eleven o'clock, accident of most awful nature occurred Batlcy C'arr, nnar Dewsbury, whereby rive men lost their lives. It appears that the boiler, belonging to the scribbling mill Messrs. Day and was too smali f
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS.

FOREIGN NEWS.

the Reformation.—The New Reformation continues to possess the highest interest. Czerski isterdicted from preaching at Posan; but his discii follow him without the town, whither the prohibition does . vtpnd. The attack made upon the inn which Ronge the night at Tarnowitz, was so
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
undertake to pay the remainder the deposit, ana to ex- ecute the requisite Parliamentary Deeds, when required by the Managing

undertake to pay the remainder the deposit, ana to ex- ecute the requisite Parliamentary Deeds, when required by the Managing

Committee of the West Riding Union Railj way, and canrorm such may made by them respect of the same. I Name at fuii length . Occupation Residence , ' Reference Order, R. Secretary. Offices, Broad Street, Halifax, * Sept. DIRECT LONDON and PORTSMOUTH RAILWAY. The Committee of Dir
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. c think it right to inform our subscribers that we are arrangements for having a portion of

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. c think it right to inform our subscribers that we are arrangements for having a portion of

the Leeds Times set in smaller type, in order prevent the large increase which has taken place in our advertisements from encroaching unreasonably on our space for news. TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. A correspondent who signs himself " Independence," sends us a " stab in the da
September 27, 1845 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
NORTH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE AGRICULTURAI ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH, and CATTLI SHOW will take place on Thursday the 2d of Octobei next.

NORTH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE AGRICULTURAI ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH, and CATTLI SHOW will take place on Thursday the 2d of Octobei next.

The Premiums for Ploughing will be competed for in Fieh of Mr J. P. Dainty's, ot Loddincton, adjacent the village The men to be the groun by Eight o'clock in the morning The Cattle Show well be fan the same Nst year. Mr Bryan Smith, of the George Hotel, Kettering, having kindly
September 27, 1845 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
IOS. VERNON c-v.Tvv;,,i,. ( "t-11 ASKS, which compr.s Tow/ester, Sept. 24th, ]B<s. THE MEW INDEPENDENT win b. firs„ s Ektes:

IOS. VERNON c-v.Tvv;,,i,. ( "t-11 ASKS, which compr.s Tow/ester, Sept. 24th, ]B<s. THE MEW INDEPENDENT win b. firs„ s Ektes:

Br, ,845 - Ti,rp quarter before ,hat in tbe Morning • J - WATSON. rinefpel of Newport Pagnell College. That ,n the Afternoon ~ Two, by the R ' And that the Evening at Six. b, the Rev J LEIFCHILD, D.D Of Craven Chapel, London." Dinner and Tea will be provided. ° CTOHER - ***** SE
September 27, 1845 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
On Sunday night, a man named Richard Garvey, aged 42 years, was taken to Guy's Hospital with his skull fractured,

On Sunday night, a man named Richard Garvey, aged 42 years, was taken to Guy's Hospital with his skull fractured,

and in state of insensibility, arising from injuries he had received under the following circumstances —lt appears that Garvey is employed at the railway at London-bridge, as an enginetable turner. At the corner of Bermondsey-street, Borough, closely adjoining to the railway, is
September 26, 1845 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
union railway, From fNOfPTINGHAU to KING's LYNN, with Branch from FOLKINGIIAM to BOSTON. Provisionally Registered. Capital, £1,500,000, 60,000 Shares of

union railway, From fNOfPTINGHAU to KING's LYNN, with Branch from FOLKINGIIAM to BOSTON. Provisionally Registered. Capital, £1,500,000, 60,000 Shares of

each. Provisional Committee. The Right Hon. LaAKancliffe, Buntiey Park. Sir WiUiam Denton Hall. Sir Montague John Cholineley, Bart., Fjaston Hall. Sir George G. de H. Larpent, Bart., London. Glynne Earle Welby, M.P. for Grantham. Thomas Gisbornc, Esq., M.P. for Nottingham. John
September 26, 1845 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
~TTN CO LN, September 26. MARRIED. Lincoln, on Thursday the 18th inst., Mr. John Wrigley, bookbinder, of Stamford, to Mary

~TTN CO LN, September 26. MARRIED. Lincoln, on Thursday the 18th inst., Mr. John Wrigley, bookbinder, of Stamford, to Mary

second daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Brooks, and for several years nursemaid iv the family of R. Mason, Esq., Town Clerk of Lincoln. At St. Peter's in Eastgate, on Wednesday last, (by the Rev. George Rigge,) Mr. Thomas Francis Brown, schoolmaster, to Miss Susannah Cooling, dau
September 26, 1845 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
STOMACH AND ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS.

STOMACH AND ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS.

These Pills are compounded from vegetable substances, and are an admirable cure for Indegeatim, Costiveness. Lanvin.. Nervou. Debility, Hysterics, l.iver Complaint, Congestion of the Glands, Headache, ()linnets of Sight, Cutaneous Eruptions, Fem ile Complaints, Bile, &e„ &e. Two
September 27, 1845 - Arbroath Guide - Arbroath, Angus, Scotland