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January 24, 1835 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN & DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.

- FOREIGN & DOMESTIC INTELUIGENCE. .. A commission for exploring Central America, by order ,or Louis Philippe, bad arrived at Lima. with Count de e Castelnan slits head, they wereto proceed to Cuzco, and from thence to descend by the rivers Apurimace and Ucayale Into the t Amazon
June 20, 1846 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CHURCH OF ST. SIMON.

CHURCH OF ST. SIMON.

It The foundation-stone of the intended church, in the newly- he constituted district of St. Simon, was laid by the Right Worship- ng ful the Mayor, on Thursday last. Previously to the ceremony ed divine service was performed at Trinity church, St. Philip'e, r, when an able and
June 20, 1846 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Friday and Saturday's Posts.

Friday and Saturday's Posts.

wr-fbap any giratarwivo 1000 I LONDON, FlamA, October 28. W E have, in the Datch Papers, a Proclama- tion of the Prince of Orange, in which hie announcestothearmythat the armistice isjust on the eve of expiring, and that consequently it must consider itselfihenceforward as in a s
November 1, 1831 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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October 3, 1835 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

/ Unreserved Sale of Excellent Fl%'NCH WINES ANI) LIQUEURS. i / ~~Mr. ILIARR~IL( Respectfully announces that he is instructed by the Proprietor peremptorily t0 SELL BY AUCTION, At his Commodious City Mart, I, COItN STREET, Bristol, this PRESENT TUESDAY, June 29th, THE following W
June 28, 1831 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Literature.

Literature.

ii Efteratture. The ?? sevieto; Par't X=XV. ,fale, ?? Clarke, Pall-Meall Eust, London. The present number of 'ite westminster" opens with an article on "Old and New rondon" -based ?? Onl Mr. C. Klnight's " London"-in which a large amount of curious informa- tion is placed before
June 21, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.

COUNCIL-HOusH, BizisrOL, SATUhRDAY. Magistrates present: MIessrs. Ilerapath and Sanders. Bx'sTIInG.-JaCS an1d DlCInChaI Co~lonS, twoboys, we~re charged with bathing in the river Froinie, OppoitCe Larl's M1cad-liouse. P.C. 10 Sadi Ile LIppRelietle tile prisoners yesterday afteril
June 21, 1845 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LORD ASHLEY'S MOTION.

LORD ASHLEY'S MOTION.

[b 6stRDY MAtYol 18,r1ur4. SA1TURDAY, MAY 18, 1844. LORD ASHLEY'S MOTIO.K. PARLIAME3NT has decided, by a majority of 138, that the limitation of the hours of employment of WoMM and children in faietories, shall be not less than twelve hours a-day; that is, twelve hours actual wor
May 18, 1844 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL SHIP NEWS.

BRISTOL SHIP NEWS.

CAMI ?? Leewarden, Nieboer, from Harlingen; the Lord Redesdale, Bailey, from Buenos Ayres; the Emnna, Henderson, from Marseilles; the Eling, Tucker, from Trinidad; the Hannah Booth, -, from Smyrna; the Dochfour, Wakeham, from St. John's, New Brunswick; the Palanquin, Lister, fro
May 18, 1844 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England