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POST-OFFICE ESPIONAGE.

POST-OFFICE ESPIONAGE.

It was not without a feeling of shame for Old England that WG noticed the rejection of Lord Radnor's effort to remove that stain from the British Government, in the practice of opening the letters and forging the seals of individuals whose property may be entrusted for conveyanc
June 7, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
The current prices of the principal articles are these:— NEW. OLD. Shillings per Imp. WHEAT, per quarter Essex, Kent, and

The current prices of the principal articles are these:— NEW. OLD. Shillings per Imp. WHEAT, per quarter Essex, Kent, and

Suffolk, white Ditto fine selected runs. 5O 59 53 56 Ditto red 43 46 45 49 Ditto ditto, extra Ditto Talavera 52 62 54 61 BARLEY, English, malting, and distilling 25 29 .- Ditto ditto Chevalier go 32 grinding 23 26 .. Mors, Essex and Suffolk l6 22 .. Lincolnshire and Yorkshire (P
June 7, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
NOTTINGHAM EREWASH VALLEY, AMBER GATE AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY. The Provisional Committee having completed the allotment of shares in the above

NOTTINGHAM EREWASH VALLEY, AMBER GATE AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY. The Provisional Committee having completed the allotment of shares in the above

Company regret that, in consequence of the numerous applications from the landed Proprietors and other persons locally interested, they have been compelled to reject many most respectable applicants, and to reduce to all the number of shares. The Provisional Committee trust that
June 21, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
ODDITIES OF LONDON LIFE.

ODDITIES OF LONDON LIFE.

Aristocratic Axnusement.—A fashionably-dressed personage was charged at Marlborough -street with stealing two knockers. The defendant gave the name and address of George Wm. Lee Plumptre Carter, 44, Lincoln's-inn-fields, gentleman. Police constable Chilman, C 75, said about thre
June 28, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
‘S'ATURDAY, JU.NE 28, 1845.

‘S'ATURDAY, JU.NE 28, 1845.

FUTILITY or THE FIELDGARDENS-BILL. THE progress of industrial and commercial enterprise has at length brought our rulers better acquainted with the condition of the poorer classes, and has inspired somewhat of a disposition to rescue them—as far as they can be rescued—from that
June 28, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
THE RAILWAY BELL, AND ILLUSTRATED LONDON ADVERTISER THE CAMP PAPERS. Chiefly relating to Things in General.—Written Exclusively for "The Bell." No. XVIII.

THE RAILWAY BELL, AND ILLUSTRATED LONDON ADVERTISER THE CAMP PAPERS. Chiefly relating to Things in General.—Written Exclusively for "The Bell." No. XVIII.

Which, Mr. Brown, there is DO knowing what may happen and what mayn't, and nobody knows nothing about to-morrow, no more , than Mrs. Norris did when her washing was took away without warning, because the reasons she could never find out, but was suppoged to have sent somebody's
June 28, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
A FRIEND OF PUNCH'S SIXTEEN OCTAVO PAGES, AND MIR CV ILLUSTRATIONS. THE CLOWN OF LONDON.

A FRIEND OF PUNCH'S SIXTEEN OCTAVO PAGES, AND MIR CV ILLUSTRATIONS. THE CLOWN OF LONDON.

At all the Theatres, sights, Pleasures, and Amusements, with Fashions for the week, with Cuts, humorous, numerous, right and left. Droll Things for the Passengers on Rails and Boats. Being a Weekly Collection of Locomotive and other Wit, from the Railway Chairman's, down to that
June 28, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
Wenham. Lake Ice. WENHAM LAKE ICE, from America, imported solely by the Wenham Lake Ice Company, and American Refrigerators (registered

Wenham. Lake Ice. WENHAM LAKE ICE, from America, imported solely by the Wenham Lake Ice Company, and American Refrigerators (registered

according to Act of Parliament), or miniature ice -houses, manufactured solely by them, can - be obtained at their principal office, 164 A Strand: at their agency, 302 Oxford-street; or of either of their provincial agents throughout the kingdom. Frozen from pure mountain lake t
June 28, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
CHESTER AND MANCHESTER DIRECT RAILWAY. (Provisionally registered.)—Capital, £BOO,OOO, in 16,000 shares of £5O each. Deposit, £2 15s. per share. THIS

CHESTER AND MANCHESTER DIRECT RAILWAY. (Provisionally registered.)—Capital, £BOO,OOO, in 16,000 shares of £5O each. Deposit, £2 15s. per share. THIS

Line will commenee at the city of Chester, and proceed by way of Frodsham within a short distance of Warrington, and thence by the Mersey Valley to Manchester. By the railways connecting Chester with Wrexham, Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Hereford, Gloucester, and South Wales, this will
June 28, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England
 
VICTORIA xarE ASSURA.NCE COMPANY, No. 18 KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY. DIRECTORS. Sir Jas. Duke, Aid. M.P., Chairman.—Benj. Hawes, Esq., Deputy

VICTORIA xarE ASSURA.NCE COMPANY, No. 18 KING WILLIAM STREET, CITY. DIRECTORS. Sir Jas. Duke, Aid. M.P., Chairman.—Benj. Hawes, Esq., Deputy

Chairman. Benj. Barnard, Esq. Jas. Law Jones, Esq. Charles Phillips, Esq. Charles Baldwin, Esq. John Knill, Esq. Major-Gen. Robertson. B. Donkin, Esq., F.R.S. Thomas Nesbitt, Esq. Daniel Sutton, Esq. Aaron Goldsrnid, Esq. John Nolloth, Esq. O'B. B. Woolsey, Esq. ripHE ATTENTION
June 28, 1845 - Railway Bell and London Advertiser - London, London, England