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c forrign Mr. Ward, recently elevated to the Regency of Parma, was originally a Yorkshire groom. When a smart lad, he was noticed by ' the Duke, and taken into his service. He appears to have risen to his present eminence very gradually; his success in the stables leading to his
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
Building Materials, on the site for the proposed New Church, Old Brentford, Middlesex. MESSRS. KING and SON are directed by

Building Materials, on the site for the proposed New Church, Old Brentford, Middlesex. MESSRS. KING and SON are directed by

the - Committee for the proposed New Church, to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, on Tuesday next, Sept. 7 ' at 11, in lots, the very excellent BUILDING MATERIALS and FITTINGS of the MANSION and OFFICES, formerly the residence of Thomas Haig, Esq., situate in the High-street, an
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
TO OUR READERS.

TO OUR READERS.

AMONG the absolute necessities of the age, which custom has elevated to an imperative want, is its representative press. Every sect, society, or class, possessing the remotest claim to notice, has now its organ to chronicle its progress, and develop its views. The Fourth Estate
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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LONDON, SATURDAY, SEPT. 11, 1852. IT is of course to be hoped that the cholera may stop short of our shores; but whether it does or not, some timely precautions are absolutely necessary. 'We are seriously called upon to "put our house in order," not to receive a welcome guest, b
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
NOTES OF THE DAY.

NOTES OF THE DAY.

London at present presents a most deserted appearance. Every one that can get out of town, from the highest circles in fashionable life to the metropolitan middle-class man, with his box villa, at Clapham or Hackney, have left the smoky, hot metropolis; the former for the sunny
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY MOVEMENTS.

RAILWAY MOVEMENTS.

TIIF, VAST SCALE OF OUR RAILWAY SYSTEM.-1.71) to the end of 1850 railway companies had raised a sum equal to 2401 millions sterling, and retained powers to raise a further sum of 1221 millions. In June, 1851, the number of persons employed on railways open for traffic was 63,000
September 11, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
POSTPONEMENT OF THE DRAWING!

POSTPONEMENT OF THE DRAWING!

On Thursday last great disappointment was caused by the postponement of the drawing for free passages among the members of the above association. It seems, from equiries we have made, at thy 010 latc 9n 74i .0$ 1 : 1 441 ..t,. 'S' ' ',A, . 4• ;`," :1A1..,?..... e,,,, -c..7 '--,:
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
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- examiner enlntun. AN ACCOUNT, DESCRIPTIVE AND ANALYTICAL, OF THE VARIOUS COMPANIES AT PRESENT TIME BEFORE THE PUBLIC, No. lI.—TIIE MELBOURNE GOLD AND GENERAL MINING ASSOCIATION. Amongst the various Gold Mining Companies that have been submitted to the public, few have appeared
September 25, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
No. I.]

No. I.]

AUSTRALIAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM NAVIGATION' COMPANY'S LINE of IRON SCREW STEAMERS. — For SYDNEY, calling at the CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, KING GEORGE'S SOUND, 4DELAIDE, and PORT PIIILIP, the splendid steam-ship MELBOURNE, 1,390 tons, 300-horse power, JAMES ARTHUR COX, Commander, will be de
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England
 
THE FIRST STEAMER FOR AUSTRALIA

THE FIRST STEAMER FOR AUSTRALIA

On Saturday the 21st of August, the Great Britain took her departure for the auriferous continent of Australia. When we.state that this magnificent vessel takes out upwards of 500 passengers, all of the better classes of society, and each of whom may reasonablybe supposed to hav
September 4, 1852 - Golden Times - London, London, England