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BMUS OF I 1411 ATIONS.

BMUS OF I 1411 ATIONS.

BMUS OF I ATIONS. The very great eelebrity which Dr. Locock's Wafers here attained, ins Induced unprincipled person. to prepare imitations in the form of Pill,, Ste. which, from their worthless nature, disappoint the jest expectatii.ns of the purchaser, and injure the character o
October 15, 1849 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
TI MM OF OUISOIRIPTION

TI MM OF OUISOIRIPTION

A ?antilv Apr Maw ' Ilitto of %or Ditto of Timis Ditto a Two. Peres• Nnn-Salmeribers' Tickets •eb 3 • I II • I II •• I I 4 • MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1849. -I TUR HUNGARIAN RETUORRIL—The most remarkable document connected with the fate of these brave but unfortunate men is th
October 15, 1849 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
To the Editor of the MllesAtm 'Perna.

To the Editor of the MllesAtm 'Perna.

Bra,—Will you kindly append to your report of the meeting of the Board of Guardians the following abort explanation as to the charge of Staite's receiving an out-patient's ticket. I may remark it makes little difference, and can be no saving to me in a pecuniary point of clew, a
October 15, 1849 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Cheltenham Vallee tiepert.

Cheltenham Vallee tiepert.

WEDWIIIDAY.—Before C. L. Ilarford, and W. N Skillicorne, &qrs. William Meadows, a labourer, residing et Elmstone Hardwick, arrested under a magistrate's warrant, for neglecting to pay towards the support a his Ilitiate child, as committed to Northleach House of Correcti le on g
October 15, 1849 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
WOTTON -U N D ER-EDGE.

WOTTON -U N D ER-EDGE.

The annual Court Lett was held on Thursday, at the Tolimy. Mr. Vaughan, tailor, was elected mayor in the place of Mr. Diddle, who retires ; and Mr. James Oliver, confectioner, was appointed sergeant in the room of Mr. fwen. In the evening, the ex-mayor gave a dinner at the Swan
October 15, 1849 - Cheltenham Journal and Gloucestershire Fashionable Weekly Gazette. - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 

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WOOLWICH, Oct. 13.

WOOLWICH, Oct. 13.

Captain Fitzharding Berkeley, C. 8., and Captain Lord John Hay, C. 8., Lords of the Admiralty; Captain Sir Baldwin Walker, K.C.8., Sorveyor of the Navy, Captain Ramsay, late commander of the Terrible steam-frigate, and Mr. Lloyd, chief engineer at the Admiralty, arrived at Woolw
October 15, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
HOLLAND.

HOLLAND.

The Hague, Oct. 13.— The Slaatt Courant pub- i lishea the following official statement relative to the formation of a new Cabinet, which has been at- tended with such great difficulties, and in regard to which the most conflicting rumours have been ctr- , culated; . . ' In order
October 15, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
AUStRIA

AUStRIA

Vienna, Oct. 8. —Bern, Dembinski, and several of 1 the Hungarian insurgent chiefs have not only em- braced Islamism, but have entered the Turkish army. Two hundred officers of the garrison of Oomorn have demanded foreign passports; nearly all intend going to America. Klapka, Cou
October 15, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
EXECUTION OF HUNGARIAN LEADERS.

EXECUTION OF HUNGARIAN LEADERS.

Vienna, Oct. B.—Although offlci»l commaniCitioM h»TB uutiUhe present time appeared, lam enabled to inform you, on perfectly authennc authority, has tus'ly taken plsce respecting the eiecnsions Two lists of the persons executed has been forwarded to me Both agree in stating that
October 15, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LAMBETH.

LAMBETH.

William, Saunders al'ag Peter Mitchell, and George Finnegan, were further examined before Mr. Elliott, on a charge of robbing Miss Sarah Bailey in railway-carriage on Thnraday last of three sovereigns and eight or nine shillings in silver. brief facts of the case were these On T
October 15, 1849 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England