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GUARDIAN GAS COMPANY.—This company's bill has, for the present session, miscarried in the House of Com

GUARDIAN GAS COMPANY.—This company's bill has, for the present session, miscarried in the House of Com

LIVERPOOL, FRIDAY, MARCH 15,1844. IGuAIRIAN GAs CampA~N-Thia compiny's bill has, Ifrthe present isesion, miscarried in the Hoseo Corn- - - -- A- - . -- -. - w . . I ,ed mons, owing- to the standing orders not having been al iint strictly complied with. Owing to the lateness of th
15 March 1844 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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iLLS, ?? "osiabeta COquL IAB e the lat~~i tveetrca rmth ar.fn in rm h nudccs ma eruyte5 . and fl* celb10ifldCORDIA BALs None I#~e gais# wa gont ** g Cth rnnlan en reova~r f te I~sled unciom ci padis the heaay mansof restriangeoutcrad efetdt Mull M.d t nro spaLtINS rOraieN, caal u
15 March 1844 - Liverpool Mercury - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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?? 1843. ri0 COVER at PLA5SOAVYN, PEINTRAUTH1, Aln- I glsy, the PA CHA, by Ibrahiim, out of Aalvilla, at Two Guineas each Matre, and 2s. Gd. the Groom. The Pacha is a beautiful Brown Horse of great Power and Action ; and from his breeding and size is likely to get very valuable S
23 May 1843 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
THE BOY PREACHER.

THE BOY PREACHER.

TIHE BOY PREACHER. -s 1itII ?? ?? ardebat amore Compeilare Virwiln, ct dextra? Cesujungere dcxtram.'" 1o111C. .Xx. Most of our readers arc no doubt ac- qunaimted with the ancicnt mummery of the ?? Bloy Iishop,' though perhaps not quite so many amc with thc modern onc of the " Boy
23 May 1843 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LONDON AND DUBLIN.

STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LONDON AND DUBLIN.

STEAI CMOlTIiNTIC(ATIJON ]peWIxrljN ]IONDON AND DUlIN. c As the subject of ail improved end more clpe- a ditious ComImIllullictltiiO ?? ELDndoll and Dub- lin is being re-cilVitissed, it is important to ascer- e tain the relativc merits of any proposed lines, in order to prevent,
23 May 1843 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 

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Shipping Intelligence.

Shipping Intelligence.

Z-1)iPpilty ;Ittrtliyrllfr. POUT Pi-;xen- ryes, B~.xaoR.-Arrived _N__ the Ann and Susan, Williams; Arvon.- in, Jones; Conway, Hughes; Providence, Ilualics; Douglas Pennant, Jones ; Jane and Anno, Wil- liams; Saurprise, 'homas; Pearl, Grilliths TJnn 3 an(d Alieo, Jones Jhrothlers,
23 May 1843 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
MANUFACTURING ENGLAND.

MANUFACTURING ENGLAND.

AIANUFrCTURTNING ENGLAND. ?? - - e ' s- -I. as uJL.J' U n fl 1'iU4l The following is the speech of' Lord ASunreY, at tile annual meeting of the Church Pastoral Aid Society, refered to ill a loading article last wedk. The Noble Chairman said, it is not my intention to interpose at
23 May 1843 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Agriculture, &c.

Agriculture, &c.

oortfulturf, kc. NUTRITIVn QtIALXITES OF GRnEx oCoPs. -Some. curious experiments have been latelv tried in Germany, in order to ascertain if it l4 possible to preserve grass and clover crops in their moist state. In feeding animals, it is v. ell ascertained that the same weight o
23 May 1843 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
A NEW POPISH MIRACLE.

A NEW POPISH MIRACLE.

The following paragraph appears In the Paris Constitution- nei of the Sth inst.: — " The Abbe Desgenettes, the zealous patron of miracles, has found a rival, as is evident from the literal copy of a bill now posted up at the door of the Church of St. Merry, at Paris:— "'Appariti
14 April 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TRADING IN SEDUCTION AND PROSTITUTION.

TRADING IN SEDUCTION AND PROSTITUTION.

Under the auspices of the Associate Institution for im- proving and enforcing the laws for the protection of women, a public meeting took place yesterday afternoon, at the King's Arms Hotel, New Palace-yard, Westminster, for the purpose of giving expression to an opinion in favo
14 April 1847 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England