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SCOTTISH CENTRAL RAILWAY.

SCOTTISH CENTRAL RAILWAY.

Mr. Graham appeared as the agent for the promoters; Messrs. Locke and Errington are the engineers. The object is "to make a railway from the City of Perth, by Stirling, to the Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway." The extent of the line is 45 miles. Estimated cost, 800,000/. This line
01 March 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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01 March 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
N 0.182, GLOUCESTER-PLACE, the TOWN 11 - -- .er of the late Miss RoIIe.—FCHNITURE and MR. ELGOOD is instructed by

N 0.182, GLOUCESTER-PLACE, the TOWN 11 - -- .er of the late Miss RoIIe.—FCHNITURE and MR. ELGOOD is instructed by

the to SELL by AUCTION, on TIiESDA-Ii; 0 (unless an acceptable offer is previously made). op LEASE, at a ground-rent, of the excellent and CO arranged HOUSE and OFFICES (without stable9l, tie west side and in the best division of Gloucester' upwards of 40 years the residence of
01 March 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
rIAUTION.—JAMES NEWMAN, ARTIST-, COLOURMAN, No. 24, Soho-square, respectfully begs the Public to observe that his establishment is situated between Sutton-street

rIAUTION.—JAMES NEWMAN, ARTIST-, COLOURMAN, No. 24, Soho-square, respectfully begs the Public to observe that his establishment is situated between Sutton-street

and Greek-street, on the east side of Soho-square, and that his name, "Newman," and number, "24," are in large letters on the portico. He gives this notice to prevent a fraudulent use being nutde of his name. TO . PEDESTRIANS, SPORTSMEN, &c.— PATENT PEDOMETERS for the Waistcoat
01 March 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DAVIES'S fine WAXED-WICK MOULDS, tid. per lb.; Candles, 5d.; Botanic Wax Candles, is., Ogleby's Patent Oil, equal to sperm, 45.6

DAVIES'S fine WAXED-WICK MOULDS, tid. per lb.; Candles, 5d.; Botanic Wax Candles, is., Ogleby's Patent Oil, equal to sperm, 45.6

d. per gallon ; Vegetable, 4s. 6d. ; Sperm, 78.6 d. ; Solar,3s. 6d. ; German Wax, Is.2d. ; Fine Wax, Is. 5d.1; Genuine Sperm, 28.; Transparent, is.; Genuine Wax, 2s. 3d.; Yellow Soap, 455., 525., and 5Ss., per 1121 b, ; Mottled, 60s. and 645.; Windsor, Is. 4d. per packet ; Palm
01 March 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
134I TA NNIA LIFE OFFICE, 1, Princes- Bank . and 448, West Strand, London, Jan. 1,1845. L,-4E is HEREBY 'GIVEN

134I TA NNIA LIFE OFFICE, 1, Princes- Bank . and 448, West Strand, London, Jan. 1,1845. L,-4E is HEREBY 'GIVEN

that MUTUAL LIFE that the BUSINESS of SUR A. ".. and WESTNIINST eoinpa"CE SOCIETY has been TRANSFERRED to this 8 0e i e , nY ; ASand all perso ns h o ldi ng p o li cies issued by the said th ere ,tY inforrned that, as soon as the renewal premiums the l e b n B ball --cornapayabl
01 March 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SAM SLICK'S NEW WORK. Now Ready, in Four Vols. post Bvo., THE AT TA CHE; Or, SAM SLICK IN ENGLAND;

SAM SLICK'S NEW WORK. Now Ready, in Four Vols. post Bvo., THE AT TA CHE; Or, SAM SLICK IN ENGLAND;

Completing the Sayings and Doings of Mr. Slick. By the Author of "The Clockmaker." The first two or the last two volumes may be had separately, to complete sets. "Our old friend the Clockmaker is as sharp, his observation as keen, his remarks are as quaint, and his way of treati
01 March 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. NEWBY'S NEW WORKS JUST READY. In Three Vols. Bvo., THE BLACKSMITH'S DAUGHTER. An Historical Novel. By the Author sf

MR. NEWBY'S NEW WORKS JUST READY. In Three Vols. Bvo., THE BLACKSMITH'S DAUGHTER. An Historical Novel. By the Author sf

" Walter Clayton." 2. In Three Vols. post Bvo.. THE FREAKS OF CUPID. By an Irish Bachelor. 3. In Three Vols. post Bvo., THE FORD FAMILY. A NoveL 4. In Three Vols. post Bvo.. THE BREACH OF PROMISE. By the Author of " The Gilt," "Cousin Geoffery," 41c. A Third Edition. in Three Vo
01 March 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DEDICATED BY PERMISSION TO THE MARCHIONESS CORNWALLIS. Now Ready, in Three Vols., with Illustrations, price 31s. 6d. bound, THE HISTORY

DEDICATED BY PERMISSION TO THE MARCHIONESS CORNWALLIS. Now Ready, in Three Vols., with Illustrations, price 31s. 6d. bound, THE HISTORY

OF M ARGARET CATCHPOLE, A SUFFOLK GIRL. "This extraordinary female underwent some of the most singular vicissitudes that perhaps ever marked the career of woman. She was tried and condemned to death at Bury Assizes in 1797, broke out of prison at Ipswich, was retaken, sentenced
01 March 1845 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England