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BILL FOR ESTABLISHING LOCAL COURTS.

BILL FOR ESTABLISHING LOCAL COURTS.

In our 4th page will be found an abstract of the bill introduced by Lord Brougham, for the purpose of establishing local courts. We think the measure as a general one, quite unnecessary; and only calculated to promote two objects,—one the finding places for a number of lawyers,
April 6, 1833 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.

WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.

THURSDAY, April 1S33. We have large arrivals of ail description of Grain- supply of Wheat very limited, and prices must again be stated Is per quarter lower, for all sorts. The snpply of Barley so far exceeds the wants of the Maltsters, that the value to-day is nearly nominal; t
April 6, 1833 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
BIRTHS. the Ist inst., at their lodgings in this city, On 2? jddleton, Lady of Peter Middleton, Esq., the Hon.

BIRTHS. the Ist inst., at their lodgings in this city, On 2? jddleton, Lady of Peter Middleton, Esq., the Hon.

- of uaU ghter. i ng ton, the Lady of . Esq., of a son and heir. J ' - rJnav. the 28th ult., at Beeca Hall, this coun°? Col. Markham, of son. „ , y^ u-ednesdav, the 27th ult., Ackworth Park, near Porltefrac';, the Lady of John Gully; Esq-, »• da°ught - ARRIAGES. U'ednesday, the
April 6, 1833 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
HOME MARKETS (Weekly Comparative Return.) Ahdoveu,Aug. 24.—Wheat49*6dto50*8rf. Average 5S> 7d.—Barley, to 31s id. Average 30s 1 . -Oats, average —J

HOME MARKETS (Weekly Comparative Return.) Ahdoveu,Aug. 24.—Wheat49*6dto50*8rf. Average 5S> 7d.—Barley, to 31s id. Average 30s 1 . -Oats, average —J

od.-B4ans, ~—t od.—Peas, 355. Winchester, Aug. 2d.—Barley, —10d.—Oats, —sOd.—Beans, 0. Salisbury, Aug. 27«—Wheat, 48a to 58* (last week, 48* 58*.) —Barley, 28* 90* (last week, 26* to 30*) Oats,2o* to (last week, 20* to 25*.)— Beans, 40* 44* (last week, 40* to 44*.)— Bread, 1* 3d
September 2, 1833 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
SOCIETIES FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE AND THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS. rpHE ANNIVERSARY the SALISJL BURY and

SOCIETIES FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE AND THE PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL IN FOREIGN PARTS. rpHE ANNIVERSARY the SALISJL BURY and

WILTSHIRE DIOCESAN and DISTRICT COMMITTEES of these venerable SOCIETIES will holden at Mablborovgh, on Tuesday, September 24. The Committees these Societies throughout the county of Wilts, with other friends, will meet the Town-Hall, Marlborough (by permission of the Worshipful
September 2, 1833 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
. MANOR OF POTTERNE, WILTS. Most eligible PROPERTY, and very superior RESIDENCE, situate in the centre of the County of

. MANOR OF POTTERNE, WILTS. Most eligible PROPERTY, and very superior RESIDENCE, situate in the centre of the County of

Wilts, within two miles of Devizes, one of the first Market Towns in the Kingdom. Freehold, Copyhold, & Leasehold Estates. be SOLD by AUCTION, by Messrs. Crockett and Son, at the Bear Inn, Devizes, Friday, the 20th of September, 1833, at one for two o'clock precisely-,—THE MANOR
September 2, 1833 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Leicestershire. AT the General Quarter Sessions the Peace, of our Sovereign Lord the Kins, holden at the Castle Leicester, in

Leicestershire. AT the General Quarter Sessions the Peace, of our Sovereign Lord the Kins, holden at the Castle Leicester, in

the said county, on Monday, the day December, the third year the reign of our Sovereign Lord, William the Fourth, the now King, and the >ear of our Lord, 1832 ; and, from thence, by adjournment, to Tuesday and ednesdav, the two follow davs before Charlfs Wili.iam Packf, Esquire.
January 4, 1833 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
TO TUB EDITOR OF THE I.EICESTER JO RNAI. • '. R -' *' c attention of many of the most

TO TUB EDITOR OF THE I.EICESTER JO RNAI. • '. R -' *' c attention of many of the most

respectable abitants this well other large towns, has of a e ,een directed to the injnrious effects of the profanation of the Sabbath ; permit me, through the medium your excellent Journal, to offer observation which may, perhaps, be some if properly acted nr>< n. restraining th
March 8, 1833 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Home Markets.

Home Markets.

Leicester, Saturday, March 2. CORN INSPECTOR'S UKTI'WM A refuge I'rice oj Corn and i'luur per quarter. Infer in I Measure. Wheat ",t>* I:' ! Kve °' H.rfey -!)»• 3/ Re.nu 101 Oats. 17.< (mrsack) 44< a I Household . .. 41* PS ICE K.18VI). Quartern Loaf. L»it ditto IJ->iise!io!d 7;
March 8, 1833 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE FOLLOWING PETITION

THE FOLLOWING PETITION

In favour of a Bill for effecting the tranquillity of Ireland, lies for signature Mr. Combe's Gallowtree-gate, ami Mr. C'ocksliaw'j, High-street. To the Honourable the Commons of the United Kingdom, in Parliament assembled, the humble Petition the undersigned inhabitants the tow
March 15, 1833 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England