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THE OVERLAND MAILS

THE OVERLAND MAILS

Have for the last three or four years, constituted so important, and withal so anxious a subject of monthly and bi-monthly enquiry, that any improvement in the present system of the Overland conveyance appears to call for special notice. To a large proportion of the readers of t
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE POTATO BLIGHT.

THE POTATO BLIGHT.

Our neighbourhood has not escaped without a large share of this attack, which, indeed, was hardly to be expected, since it appears everywhere' to have been more mischievous on stiff heavy soils, and more especially where these were ill-drained. This view is satisfactorily confir
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE CHELTENHAM RAILWAY PROJECTS.

THE CHELTENHAM RAILWAY PROJECTS.

The Cheltenham and Oxford Railway Company have, this week, advertized the official notice of their intention to apply to Parliament, in the approaching Session, for an Act to construct this line— the route and direction of which is therein fully set forth and described. This not
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF CHELTENHAM.

SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF CHELTENHAM.

The First Winter Ball, on Monday evening, was an auspicious commencement for the Season—the company present numbering nearly two hundred, and including many of our leading residents. So well attended an opening Ball, thus early in the month, we have not known for years, and we,
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
DEPARTURES.

DEPARTURES.

Rev. C. and Mrs. Colton, 3, Suffolk Lawn, for Exmouth Beacon, Devon. Rev. Moysey Bartlett, Plough Hotel, for Oxford Burton, Miss, Andover Lodge, for Crowsley Park, Oxfordshire Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs., Lansdowne Hotel, for London Hobart, Mrs. and Miss, 12, Bay's Hill Terrace, for
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 

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REMOVAL.

REMOVAL.

Urquhart, Mr. and Mrs., Montpellier Terrace, to 40, Lansdowne Crescent
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL INSTITUTION.

LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL INSTITUTION.

AND PHILOSOPHICAL INSTITUTION. The Lecture on Mental Culture, announced for last Tuesday evening, was obliged to be postponed to next Tuesday, in consequence of Mon. Tiesset's illness; and instead, a Lecture on The Evidence of Design in the Structure of the Vertebrata, was substi
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CHELTENHAM. The Nobility and Gentry are most respectfully informed that the WILL TAKE PLACE On MONDAY, November lOth,

ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CHELTENHAM. The Nobility and Gentry are most respectfully informed that the WILL TAKE PLACE On MONDAY, November lOth,

1845. Dancine to commence punctually at Nine, and conclude at One o'Clock. CAPT. A. H. KIRWAN, M.C. Subscription Books are open at the Assembly Rooms, aud at the Montpellier Rotunda. Non-Subscribers' Tickets Four Shillings each. NOVELTIES DIRECT FROM PARIS. HACKER tenders her si
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Millinery and Dress Rooms, 1, Royal Well Terrace, Bays Hill- VTESDAMES CHAPMAN & LLOYD respect- fully announce to the Nobility

Millinery and Dress Rooms, 1, Royal Well Terrace, Bays Hill- VTESDAMES CHAPMAN & LLOYD respect- fully announce to the Nobility

and Gentry of Cheltenham their return from Paris, with every novelty adapted to the present season. Their SHOW ROOMS RE-OPEN THIS DAY, (Saturday,) the Bth, and they flatter themselves that. Ladies who may honour them with their „'patronage cannot fail in approving the selection
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
WATCHES, CLOCKS, &c. MARTIN BASKETT, and MARTIN, having completed their purchases at the various CONTINENTAL MARKETS, have the pleasure to

WATCHES, CLOCKS, &c. MARTIN BASKETT, and MARTIN, having completed their purchases at the various CONTINENTAL MARKETS, have the pleasure to

announce that they have just received an unusually EXTENSIVE and BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION of PARISIAN CLOCKS, BRONZES, JEWELLERY and ELEGANT ORNAMENTS (many of which are in an entirely new style), GOLD and SILVER GENEVA WATCHES, MUSICAL BOXES, &c.; the whole having been carefully se
November 8, 1845 - Cheltenham Looker-On - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England