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NEWBURY, Friday, August 26.

NEWBURY, Friday, August 26.

Saturday night, the or early on Sunday morning, .«€2lst instant, some persons, by violently forcing and maan aperture through brick-work of broke into the counting-linuse of Mr. John Padbury, of 'ffttiliamUnd, with an evident intent of stealing; but after several drawers (being
August 27, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
DISCHARGE OF MR. WELLESLEY FROM THE FLEET.

DISCHARGE OF MR. WELLESLEY FROM THE FLEET.

Miss Wellesley, accompanied by her brother and a friend of her father, who had proceeded to Paris order overcome their reluctance to return the guardianship provided by the Court of Chancery, arrived at the Tower Friday evening on board the London steam-boat from Calais. The who
August 27, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
BERKSHIRE TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. MR. BITFIELD HAS the honour of announcing the Gentrv, and Public ppjiml, that his MUSICAL FESTIVAL

BERKSHIRE TRIENNIAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL. MR. BITFIELD HAS the honour of announcing the Gentrv, and Public ppjiml, that his MUSICAL FESTIVAL

will take place on WEDNESDAY, October the Nineteen for whirh occasion he has already euir;• Madame STOCKHAUSEN, Miss INVEKARITY, CRAMER. Mr. BRAH\M, and Mr. TAYLOR, Sir GEORGE SMART, Messrs. CRAMER, LINDLEY, VENUA, C. SMALT, HARPER, MACKINTOSH. CARD, &c. with whose assistance he
August 27, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
FARINGDON, FRIDAY, JUNE 17.

FARINGDON, FRIDAY, JUNE 17.

FRIDAY* JUNE 17. The Census. —We~fnre been numbered and not found wanting; below is a statement of the population of this town for the last ten years - 1801, 1691 1811, 1843 1831, 2729 Showing increase in the last ten years of ; and can congratulate the soft part the population
June 18, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
For the Berkshire Chronicle and Windsor Herald. Mr. Editor, —The comfort and employment of the industrious poor, at si fair

For the Berkshire Chronicle and Windsor Herald. Mr. Editor, —The comfort and employment of the industrious poor, at si fair

remunerating price for their labour, are subjects of general interest and vital importance to the wellbeing of society. Natural justice, common honesty, as well the highest authority, all point ont " The labourer is worthy of his hire." Nevertheless, the plan suggested and recom
March 12, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 

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Diary for the Week.

Diary for the Week.

Sundays, Festivals, Sun Anniversaries, rises Moon Historical Rising and setting of the and rises Memoranda. Blar Planets, &c. sets. h m h m ... M 4th Sun. ioLent, Midleut 6 48 6 J™quato' b • 6 11 6 3tHCl>elsea Hos. found. y 6 58 Dr. Priestley, b. 6 7b 7 27{Julius Caesar assd. be
March 12, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MARKET CHRONICLE.

MARKET CHRONICLE.

INSPECTOR'S WEEKL* CORN RETURN. Readino, March !S3l. Imp. MeasureJTotal Amount.fPrlcenjy q„, Total Quant. . Imp. «»irf Quars. Bus.' £ «. 4. , Wheat 6 ,rfo3 12 6 IS* Barley 2 2 o"» .. .. 8. & 7 1 Rve *.... 0 0 « Beans. 41 0 Iff 2 ft Peas 3 0 ft Corn Exchange,.Monday, We had a lim
March 12, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
IRISH SOCIETY Annual Meeting of the BEHKSHIREIR he]d CIATION, aid of the above Institution, wil of the Mayor) the Town-ball,

IRISH SOCIETY Annual Meeting of the BEHKSHIREIR he]d CIATION, aid of the above Institution, wil of the Mayor) the Town-ball,

Reading, on rhUrS will be taken at Twelve o'clock re el £ The Rev. Robert Daly, M. A. Rectorof Pow-erscourt, Ireland, and the Rev. Henry Beamish, B. V>car of „ K ' nS ' and minister of the Irish Episcopal Chapel, West s , don, have engaged to attend. fig auction, ELIGIBLE INVEST
March 12, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Prussian States Gazette of May 4, contains the following semi-official bulletin :— Minsk, April 27.—Field Marshal Count Diebitsch having broken

Prussian States Gazette of May 4, contains the following semi-official bulletin :— Minsk, April 27.—Field Marshal Count Diebitsch having broken

from Siedlec, on the 24th inst. and having several times offered battle to the Poles, the latter, without accepting it, retreated towards Praga. A few unimportant skirmishes took place on the occrsion, and since the 26th the Field Marshal's head-quarters have been in Minsk. The
May 14, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
our reader* are not aware that there is a society in existence for superseding the necessity of climbing boys, in

our reader* are not aware that there is a society in existence for superseding the necessity of climbing boys, in

The benevolent object of this society is sufficiently sUted in its title, and the means employed are machines, which it is : tiv(4v affirmed, answer the purpose better than manual labour. These machines may purchased small expense, and can worked a common labourer. Toe horrid tr
May 21, 1831 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England