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THE PAVING OF STREETS.

THE PAVING OF STREETS.

THIE PAVING OF STREETS, The frequent accidents in the ?? in Manchester, and especially in Market-street, from the falling of horses, has led to a good deal of discussion amongst influential parties in the town as to the best system of paving4 and to soice rather unfair reflection
03 August 1844 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY.

GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANY.

The annual general meeting of the proprietoi s of this company was held on Thursday, it the Cotton Sales' Room, Exchange-buildings, Liverpool; John AMoss, Esq. in the chair. Afr. Swift, cleric of the company, having read the advertisement convening the n:eetin -, The CHAIRMAN sa
03 August 1844 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

GOOD1WOOD RACES, 1844. TUESDAY, JULY 30. The Craven Stakes of 10 sovs. each. One mile and a quarter. M~r Boyce's Coranna, o yrs. ?? ?? (1V. Boyce) 1 Lord Chlesterfield's Knlight of the W~histle, S yrs ?? Nat) 2 Date of Richmuond's Lothario, 4 yrs ?? S dilr Forth's c by Velosiper
03 August 1844 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

~HEM GiAL ANNUAL MEETINGS I ?? to th HLRNSI_ DISPENSofr I bej held on Monday Alarch 8th, at _ (Tjve yeo ~ a nn ith An-rom'of the Picture J cry, wal ulding sM VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERlY N.,T To 0DBE 1@ tby Private Contract FOUR flme ed H USES, in yo~rk..streetfum others and -4, -i
27 February 1841 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1841.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1841.

MANCHESTER TIMI ES. ?? ZLanrastbre anl eftpbre Exanriner. After a debate on the Irish Voters' Bill of four nights duration, ministers have obtained a victory, the num- bers being. For the second reading ?? 299 Against it ?? ?? 294 Majority for Ministers ?? 5 Ministers fought the
27 February 1841 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 

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OLDHAM.

OLDHAM.

I - - - THE COUNTY CONSTABUcLAY.-MEETrNG AT ROTTON. -A public meeting of the ratepayers of the township of Royton, near Qidham, wae held on Thursday eveningweek, in the Olid School, to take into consideration the propriety of petitioning the county magistracy en discontinue the
27 February 1841 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
STOCKPORT.

STOCKPORT.

VISIT OF X DEPUTATION FROM THz ANTI-CoRS-LAW LEAGUE TO STOCKIrORT.-On Monday evening a deputation firom the Manchester Anti-Corn-Law League visited Stock- port, on which occasion they met with a numerous and respectable body of electors at the Court-House. Alderman Charles Baker
27 February 1841 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Sporting Intellignece.

Sporting Intellignece.

,aportiag InteItigenfe. TATTERSAL LS.-THURSDAY. The feeling towards the Rosalie colt waseso far from favour- able, that although nominally at the top of the list nearly the whole of the afternoon, there was little doubt that Corona- ti*, shoot whom IS to I would have been token,
27 February 1841 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THE ANTIPOOL LAW MEETINGS—COMFORT FOR THE ENEMY.

THE ANTIPOOL LAW MEETINGS—COMFORT FOR THE ENEMY.

'THE ANTI.POOR LAW MEETINGS-COMFORT I I FOR THE ENEMY.. To the Editors of the Sheffield Iris. Sass,-Your Anti-Poor Law meetings will never | produce any effect but that of comforting the enemy, so long as they contain only exhibitions of the inability or disinclination of the opp
27 February 1841 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Local Intelligence.

Local Intelligence.

Ucill Intelfigruct.. MEETINGS OF CREDITORS. (At the Ca miissioners, 1100ine. Mttschextciv.) 1Jrisr. Alilrch 3-J Garside, Stockport, machinist ; list exatn.., 3.. 5-S Kinder, Healleldl, clothier, Derbvshire; div. 10 f;.-i Kinder, Heafieldl. clothier;, totiadlt ?? t aI It-Perry ani
28 February 1835 - Manchester Times - Manchester, Lancashire, England