Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 3,845,282 articles

The Commentator.

The Commentator.

,%XVTJC (60111111clitator. NO. XCVI, NeSo ovum ovo similius est quarm-PLAU'r. Though few human faces are exactly alike, yet that persons have been found so closely resembling one another as tot to be easily distinguished when seen apart, is not the mere supposition of comedy, but
March 30, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

1jZAmMIET INT-ELLZGMNCE. LONDON CORN EXCHANGE3. MOxtan& We had a good wheat trade this nsortiing, at a decline of Is. per quarter flne Eiglish samples, aiid 2s. to 3s. per qr. on the inferior qualities bonh Foreign aod Eglish sinsc this day se'nwStht- .he flour trade is ?? d asid
March 30, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CLIFTON!

CLIFTON!

We have, at a late hour, had placed in our hands a report guaranteed " from the short-hand notes of NMr. J. G. Powell, jun.," of the meeting at Clifton, whereat Mr. Peter Free- land Aiken was put in nomination in the place of Mr. Ford, deceased : and a circular, signed bj Henry
March 31, 1838 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
DUBLIN ELECTION PETITION.

DUBLIN ELECTION PETITION.

DUBLIN ELECTION PETiT:ioN. I ONE of the tist questions disposed of by tile House of Comnions, on its re-assenibling on Monday, was the petition of the electors of Dublin againist the return of Messrs. .West and llamilton for that city. On that decision of the house was involved a
June 4, 1836 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL TOWN COUNCIL.

BRISTOL TOWN COUNCIL.

TIDQUARTERLY MEETLNG. COUNCIL-HOUSE, Ace. S. The third quarterlymneeting was held this day. On the names beingealled over, the following were absent :-Aldermen Stock and Wait; Countillors Acraman, Bush, Payne, Goidney, Cook- son, Hilhouse, C. George, King, Cunningham, S. S. Wayt
August 6, 1836 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

-- ?? CTha Zfav.. Cfrantley Zer'keley'a Neiav Work. InI 3t ols. S-O., 33- E R F L E Y C A S T I. E, ?? HICTOSTICLL RENCE, IletirelVXN. GrRA TLEJY BERKELEY, MI.P., IS N 05W it5.ADiY, Aiid njar m,; obtai 10l o, all respectable Booksellers. licard Betjtley. S, Newts rlington-street,
August 6, 1836 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL AUXILIARY BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

BRISTOL AUXILIARY BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY.

MPLiSTOLr AUZL£:azY BAP'TIST ' ON I StOCZTY.| t The eighteenth annual meeting of the above society was held in r the chapel, B~roadmead, on Thursday morning last, James Wood, a Esq., in the chair. I A hymn having been sung, and prayer offered Up, The Chairman, at some length, int
April 15, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
A REAL GHOST!

A REAL GHOST!

The following circumstance has been creating someagitation in the neighbourhood of Fakenham for the lat six weeks. In Syder. atone Parsonage lives the Rev. Mr. Stewardicutate, and rector of Thwaights. About six weeks since an unaccountable knocking was heard in it-in the middle
June 1, 1833 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

IA1PORaTA2\YT' INFORRM.ATIOV to FAMWLrES; SHOPKEEPERS, and OTHERS. The Remaining Part of the STOCK of the late Mr. W. LOCK, ?? E99WICNEl-t3TREET -- p (ONSSTI$G of LINEN-DRAPERY SILK-MFRCERY, HABERDASHERY, HOSIERY, GLOVES, tJ BBO.NS, &c., is othe Public ata RUINOUS S&CRIFICE in Pr
January 19, 1833 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

?o?t?ct?pb LONDON, TUCRsDit*; DeCee~nbrS. 'J'tE Paris papers of Tuesd;ay, Wfljch were somle~ L deltayed bv the boisterous weather, have br som~e imnportant intelligence from Africa. M rlgt8 acco~rding to the in telliigen ce conveyed t6 Twt }go B by the Phare steama-hoot, whzichle
December 10, 1836 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England