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NAME OF RAILWAY,

NAME OF RAILWAY,

NAME OF RAILWAY , Aberdeen Amber., Not., Bost., Ac. %rm. and Oxford Junct. Birm., Wolver. & Dudley Birm.,Wolv. & StourVal. Boston, Stamf. & Birm. Bristol and Exeter Ditto Thirds Buckinghamshire Caledonian Do. Half Shares Chester and Holyhead too: Preference Dublinand Belfast June
July 1, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
1848.

1848.

August 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
EXTENSIVE FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE

EXTENSIVE FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE

On Friday morning, about five o'clock, information was received of the outbreak of a fire upon the premises numbered 97, High street, Wapping, in the occupation of llessrs. Lawford and Westrup, millers and ship biscuit bakers. The fire, which appeared to have originated in the u
August 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
CLOSING PRICES.

CLOSING PRICES.

30 28 Ells 2q— 3 pm 3 i 3i 3} ds, 6 - 32 30 12 10 31 4 252 —. 264 7i 6i 22 20 lb 143 I 50 - 52 12t- I2i 2 - 7 - e 7 - 8 2 - li iw - 21i -- 227 -
August 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURN,

RAILWAY TRAFFIC RETURN,

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF LAST WEEK'S RECEIPTS OF THK PRINCIPAL LINES WITH THE CORRESPONDING WEEK IN 1847. Miles Receipts inthe opened, Week. NAME OF RAILWAY. 1847 1848 1847. 1848 Arbroath & Forfar Chester & Birkenhead Dublin & Drogheda own 361 354 971 866 Dundee & Aber Kingstdee
August 5, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
BAIL COURT.

BAIL COURT.

TUESDAY.—IN THE MATTER OF MARGARET WHITE, AN INFANT.—(Before Mr. Justice Wightman.)—ln this case the court granted a writ of habeas corpus a few days ago, to bring up the body of Margaret White, an infant, eight years of age, which was then in the custody of George Browne and hi
January 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
AT LEEDS,

AT LEEDS,

The inquest upon the body of the murdered woman was held in the grand jury room of the Court house, on Saturday morning, before John Blackburn, Esq. William Garratt, private in the 57th Foot, and husband of the deceased, stated that he was present when the prisoner murdered his
January 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
PROFESSIONAL BREVITY,

PROFESSIONAL BREVITY,

When Mason was preparing the case of E. K. Avery, and had examined about two hundred witnesses, somebody called to see him. The legal gentleman sent word that he was occupied and could not be interrupted. " But the man is a witnessa Methodist minister." " Call him up," said Maso
January 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
QUEEN'S THEATRE. Sole Lessee Mr. C J. James. Glorious novelty ! First time here of the new drama, called The

QUEEN'S THEATRE. Sole Lessee Mr. C J. James. Glorious novelty ! First time here of the new drama, called The

Mysteries of the Quaker City ; or, I Wonder how that'll Work ! Mr. Harrison and his celebrated dogs, Hector and Bruin, every evening, in the popular drama of the Savage of the Island. Sixth week and last six nights of the grand Pantomime. TO -MORROW (Monday), and during the Week
January 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England
 
THE 'WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

THE 'WEEKLY CHRONICLE.

NEW WORK BY BOZ. On the 31st inst. will be published, price One Shilling, the Seventeenth Number of D EALINGS WITH THE FIRM OF DOMBEY AND SON, WHOLESALE, RET►IL, AND FOR EXPORTATION, BY CHARLES DICKENS. With Illustrations by HABLOT K. BRowNE. London : BRADBURY and EVANS, 11, Bou
January 30, 1848 - Weekly Chronicle (London) - London, London, England