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PuiosPECTUS. THE SHEFFIELD, BAKEIVELL, AND WEST MIDLAND RAILWAY, [WITEH BRANcomE TO CHESTER~FIELD AND T0 CASTLPT0N.J Provisionally Registered onl the 16th of August, 1845. Capital £dO,o000.. in 42,000 Shares of £20. each. Deposit £C2. 2S. per' Share. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. John C
October 15, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1845.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1845.

DERBY MAIElRCURlY , l -- - _ .. . , l IVE.)NErSDAY, OCTOREn 29, 1845. The letter addressed by Lord AsuLiry to his con- stituents in Dorsctshire has given rise to considerable discussion i and, certainly, if his Lordship's opinion, or dictum, is to be deemed indicative of the opin
October 29, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

BIRTH. On Tuesday, the 21st inst., at The Field, Derby, the Lady of Henry Roden, Esq., of a seon. MAIlIIIAGE.S. On Tuesday, the 21st inst., Eustace Arkwright, Esq., to Emma, only daughter of John Stracey, Esq., of Sprowston, Norfolk. On Tuesday, the 28th instant, at St. Michael's
October 29, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE.

From the LONDON GAZETTE.

From tili LOADON GAZETTE. TUESDAY, Oct. 21. llstiAif'U'Pi8. J. J, TrIIUIGIELL, HFrrow.rohrl, beel'shoE)bkeper, Oct. :1J, Dec. 12, at Basiighnil.street. Sol,, Mr. Cross, SUMrey-stlcft, btrat'd; ofl. cil asisig., Mr. Green, Aldlerimanbury. W. II. IAYl.Olt, Piecadilly, stave molaiuo
October 29, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COLLISION ON THE MIDLAND RAILWAY.

COLLISION ON THE MIDLAND RAILWAY.

X oLJd, ] 'lO ONV T1HE i1I1DLAND) JtAILI A ?? SnsiturLn), AN'titslnisd'. trril1.Ti.h'lomas W\hcatles', onle of tltt s~e . gile sriees t nl' 3titi land Rtailwvas, teais charged Lunder 131tIi section of 1,1( AeVllAtt'ld, ' tail 4 \Victlit'a, c. 97, senth havinrg 'celt'I I~i Iii eng
October 29, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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DERBY AND DERBYSHIRE PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

DERBY AND DERBYSHIRE PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

DERBY AND DERBYSJIRIE PROT'EISTANT I ~~ASSOCIATION.I The aniisal meetings of this association took place InI thle Lecture hail, Werdwick, Derby, onl Friday last, at half-past Ceeleven o'clock in thle morning, and ait halttpast sceves in tile 0 evening. C. It. Cofvl'Es, Esq., AL.P
October 22, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

I NOTTINGHAMI RACES. MONDAY, Septemnber 29. A Plate of 501. glve"n by the N~oblem en and Gentlemen of the County, for maiden hores. Mr. F Pee's e C Fan ces, 3 yra, Vat - _ - (H. Bradley) I Mr. ?? Pieel's hr g by (aan, 4 yre old, Set 21b (won Once) 2 3 Wr. WLihieer' isy g The N4o
October 1, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
OBSERVANCE OF THE LORD'S-DAY.

OBSERVANCE OF THE LORD'S-DAY.

OBSERVANCE, OF TH1E ^LORD'S-DAY. We are happy to hear various indications of the success which is attending the exertions of Christian men in the various parts of the country, to abate the evils of raiway Sabbath desecration. We hear with pleasure that Mr. Hudson has promised to
October 1, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BURTON AND STAPENHILL FARMERS PRIZE SOCIETY.

BURTON AND STAPENHILL FARMERS PRIZE SOCIETY.

BUTON AND STAPENHILL FARMERS' Iv PRIZE SOCIETY. The fifth aniniual Cattle Show of the above Society, was held yesterday ('uit'loay), ii Messrs. Perks' fields, Burton-upoii- Trent. 't'le weather was anything but favourable; but not- withstninelmg this drawback, the show of eattle
October 8, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SONG OF THE MERMAID.

SONG OF THE MERMAID.

SONG of TIM MBERAID. I Come to our halls of classic light Beneath the crystal sea, The moonbeams shine in splendour bright, Then rove the deep with me. The sea-breeze Voos the fresh'ning wave That curls its lip with scorn, While I my mermaid tresses lave From summer eve till dawn
October 8, 1845 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England