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MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

2 USCEILA ATEOUS. 211, Nov. 12.-The Kingr h,,. , grl~ileha1I, Nov. 12.-The King has been pleaed to a grant unto the Right lion. William George 1, o the office of Knight Masa ?? ?? Sir Alexander Keith, deceased. tIS thetrooinof di Wie have been informed, and froinas,1 we Cal, rely
November 21, 1832 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, TIHAT on the 26th day of. August instant, an T Order was signed by EDWARD MILLER MUNDY, Esquire, and Huon SCOTT, Esquire, twoof His Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the county of Derby, for stopping up, as unnecessary, a certain Highway and Publi
September 14, 1831 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

II l ;IgICOUSllti OW LO3ZSr TtrEsDAY, SEPT. 6._-The Royal. assent was given by commission to the Duchess of Kent's annuity hill; the can. dle duties' repeal bill; the assessed and land taxes? receipt bill; Tarton and Lefevre's divorce bills, the Birmningham poor bill; the Eaubri
September 14, 1831 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BUXTON MEETING.

BUXTON MEETING.

BUXTON MIEETING. The previous unpropitious state of the weather tended in some measure to throw a damper upon this generally favourite meeting; and the necessary consequence was, that it was less numerously attended than usual, though the company was highly respectable, especiall
June 23, 1830 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE CORN LAWS.

THE CORN LAWS.

MSE CORN LAWS Hit, BbsTOR, tt Is evident from what has hitherto transpired In the i DIouses of Parliament, that there is no intent-on on the part I ef the majority to relieve the agriculturist of this country, I butmoreove, it is tobe feared that should any party be urgent I in i
March 5, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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I - , 7~?oN (RANGE. TO BiE; LET, And entered upon onl thc 6th day of April next, hTM ~IILL S ,,ai.OiU0 M DEX&C E3UZLT M1ANSION Called THURLSTON GRAPGE, a 0 o ' pleasantly situated in the Parish of t4 Lr gLVAzrO'5 in tie county of Derby1 5 miles from r, Town of Derby, immediately
March 5, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
REFORM BILL.—During the past week, the Reform Bill has made great progress through the House of Lords,

REFORM BILL.—During the past week, the Reform Bill has made great progress through the House of Lords,

THE DERBY MEICURY, Wednesday, Way 3o. REFORM BILL.-During the past week, the Reform Bill has made great progress through the House of Lords, .- l ?? ad-.. 1.- ?? ~1L. -01V 140Tt55, and s few days more will suffice to carry it to the third reading. The Duke of Wellington and his p
May 30, 1832 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE MARINER'S SONG.

THE MARINER'S SONG.

.TilE MARINER'S SGNG. Sing joy i s.ing jo"--iaa canvas flight, We skit the mountain seas;% . Blithe o'er the clotids. as the birds of light, t When tbet 6hannthteir morning glees. a The waves spring away from the breeze's lash, Like shades ,of the summer sky, And wantonly fjoli,
May 30, 1832 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TITHES.

TITHES.

for The following article on Tithes-from a Correspondent of do the Courier's, is well worthy of attention.' "If we look abroad into the ecclesiastical establishments bet of other nations we shall not perhaps find a body of men at I once so learned, so industrious, and so innocen
May 30, 1832 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS, from the Gazettes of May 22 and 27.

BANKRUPTS, from the Gazettes of May 22 and 27.

IBINKfRfUPTS,from the Gazelles of Maay 22 and 27. . 1 DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. stl Thomas Taylor, Goff's Farm, Sussex, farmer, May 19. In, William Lunn, St. Mary at Hill, London, slopseller, ott dated Mlay 24. ch BANKRUPTS. IC William Sangster, Holland-place, Lambeth, builder,
May 30, 1832 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England