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Advertisements & Notices

3M3STOL AND YEOVXZ. D WILLIAMS'S FLY VAN, for the CON- R.U AVEYANCE OF GOODS, leaves the BEAR YARD, THOMAS-sTREET, for YEOVIL, every' MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY Morning, at Seven o'clock,through Wilts, Glastonbury, and Ilchester, Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. SHI
August 1, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE LATE EARL OF DURHAM.

THE LATE EARL OF DURHAM.

THE precarious state of health, for somemonths past, of the Earl of Durham, had in part prepared the pub- lic for the painful event which has, at last, taken from England one of the most able and upright of her po- litical men of "mark and likelihood," and deprived' the cause of
August 1, 1840 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Bristol and Gloucester Railway Company.

Bristol and Gloucester Railway Company.

3ristol and Gloucester Railway Company. 'The first half-yearly meeting ?? shareholders in the above undertaking under the provisiona of their act of parliament, was held at the White Lion hotel, Broad-street, on Thurs. day; George Jones, Esq., Chairman of the Board of Di - rector
October 1, 1842 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

1 01 :Y and SON beg to inform the Ladies of h Bnsth and its Vicinity, that the late alterations in the kg 'Tai-ff have caused a considerable reduction in tile price of Pi some descriptions of Furs, P! J. ann S. have purchased their Skins under the most L1 Asvouralrle circutmstarr
October 1, 1842 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SOUTH AMERICA.

SOUTH AMERICA.

AlMONDAY, JUN 14, 1824. F LiIUER1 K OP .'rE PFlqs Is TIXE OVLtADKEM OP ALL THE *;IVILPOLI'fICALANV RELIGIOLUS ?? HI'S P EN ENGLISHYAN . ; SOUTH AEtRICA;- We believe there is hut one opinion throughout the Country of the value of tie new and extensive field oftradle opened to thle
June 14, 1824 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE BRISTOL INFIRMARY.

THE BRISTOL INFIRMARY.

THE BRISTOL INTFIRWJ4RY. To the Eiitor of The Bristol Arfeirmt)Y. Sin,-" A Life Trustee of the Bristol Infirmary," or somebody in the disguise ofone, has indulged himself in the columns of a contemporary Journal of this day, with a tirade apainst the pro- posed new Rules, and the
June 14, 1824 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SHERIFF's COURT, DUBLIN, JUNE 3.

SHERIFF's COURT, DUBLIN, JUNE 3.

-E14:RIpv,' COURTi, DIJB LI,. JUN.. ?? - - ..A Cibun. C'mn-MooRE v. FiTZa~sseoN.-This (lay this very. i mportant case camneon before Air. Kifiahan, as Assessor, and a Sheriff's Jury of ereat respectability. Air. Hoviwell Walsh said, this was an inquiry to assessadamages, arising
June 14, 1824 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
ESTABLISHED IftOft.

ESTABLISHED IftOft.

WC. HILL, CAKVER and GILDER, respectfully returns thanks the Nobility. Cierfry. Gentry, an t Public in general, for the support has received daring Forty Years, and Informs them lie has relinquished the llusineas in favour of his Son. ALFKKD HII.L, who has managed it for the pre
December 2, 1848 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CORN-LAW FALLACIES.

CORN-LAW FALLACIES.

LETTER V. MR. PRESTON'S PROPOSITIONS. To the Editor of the Bristol Mercury, FFRIE'ND HEsaes,-To expose all the fallacies which, whether in ignorance or by design, have been put forth in support of their monopoly by the advocates of taxed corn, would be a more than Herculean task
February 16, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CANADA.

CANADA.

The Quebec papers report that the Countess of Elgin (daughter of the late Lord Durham, and niece to Earl Grey) was in a delicate state ol health, insomuch that she had been advised to priceed for a time to Riviere du Loup. On her way, Lady Elgin was to stop for a fortnight at Be
August 26, 1848 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England