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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
 
FREE TRADE IN CORN.

FREE TRADE IN CORN.

YO %MM lDIOR OF TIME DERBt MErCURV. 8&FAmong the various writers who have advocated the -doctrines of Free Trade, the name of the present Earl Fitawilllam seems entitled to the foremost place, on account of dhe high rank of its possessor-his long parliamentary experience-his rea
February 26, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

MI.CELAN.U -- MIlSCELLAN~EOUS. Their Majesties continue in the enjoyment of excellent health, and take daily airings to Shoreham and along the cliffis, wind and weather permitting. A confident expectation is entertained of Prince George being ultimately restored to the enjoyment
February 5, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS.

LONDON MARKETS.

CORN RXCHJANGE.-MANK LA-VE, LONDO)A.. P MONDAY, APRIL 28.-Theishow of Wheat from ~se 6g Kent, and Suffoclk, was this monct grahe lrgr thea d of last IAIonday, but we had onyamdrt ut'tat y Barley, Beans, and Peas from theslcouties t.Oats, from our own coast and frandiheew re ?? d
April 30, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SIR JOHN CAMPBELL, HIS MAJESTY's ATTORNEY-GENERAL, AND LATE M.P. FOR DUDLEY.

SIR JOHN CAMPBELL, HIS MAJESTY's ATTORNEY-GENERAL, AND LATE M.P. FOR DUDLEY.

e SIR JOHN CAMPBELL, HIS MAJESTY'a ATTOR. NEY.GENERAL, AND LATE M. P. FOR DUDLEY. , u- ?? Prlonm.tns i1.5P I (From Btwkiflyhan's Parliamesstary Britew n. de The subject Of slits sketch hs a native ?? be He was born somewhere about the year 1778, and is coinse-a quently in his fif
April 9, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Majesties are expected to reside in the win Lnepr. M1 ajesties are expected to reside In the winter at 6ie new Palace, which it is thought by that period will be really for their reception. The residence will be of great It converilence to the King in transacting business wijeth
August 6, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
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- MIBREAREY. NNU1NAL SALE at13URTON I"ACE S. 1 . BREAREY ?? ?? informsns thc M Public that he PurpOatS IOils g a halle Vl C1 Hworses, Carriag, DZofs, (11 ?? 'rs Harness, Sddl, Bridles, lorsa Clthin, Sh 'sIc. sIC.Co Opposite the TuHsE QuEENS INN, Bnrton-upon-Trent, HC On Tuesday a
August 6, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WENDESDAY's POST.

WENDESDAY's POST.

NVEDNEXSDAY's POST. r ., v.- . ,, London, Tuesday, Aporil 22. et eCITY, TWFLVS- O'CLoCK.-The Consol Market has re been during the morning very steadv at 90g for the A ccaunt, U alternately buyers and sellers (the latter of which is the pre- sent quotaLion) without much business d
April 23, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HEATON PARK MEETING.

HEATON PARK MEETING.

a3--. i F 0- o.- -- ' ?? ?? -- Wednesday, Sept. 24th, the Stanley Stakes of 10 sovs each. h Sir J. Gerard's br c Billinge, by Belzoni, (Mr. Burton).. I E d Mr. Thompson's br g Orthodox ?? (Air. ?? 2 2! f Lord Wilton's br c by Camel ?? (Mr. Molony,).. ?? 3 C, Lord R. Grosvenor na
October 1, 1834 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England