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HE DE, VON and CORNMALL BAN'KIING T . COMP ANY havingoonspleted theirarrangemet. for ?&enlnr a BANK at EXETE It', uii6r, the Management of - JOHN DYMOND, Junior, intend COMMENCING BUSINESS as soon-as the PREMISES they have takeiii r'ece No. 195, HIGH-STREET, 6ii'lie fitted up. be
December 31, 1835 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TWO ANNIVERSARY MISSIONARY

TWO ANNIVERSARY MISSIONARY

SERMONS Will |«rc»chetl in the Wutleyin Cha|ie), Croa-HilU, THE REV. S. LEIGH, In aid of (ho Parent Fundi. Si-rcict to Ifu/f-patt One in the Afternoon, and Five in the Evening. llio Sermon*, an account of Religious Customs the Now Zealanders will lie given. Wednesday, the of Jan
December 31, 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
NEWGATE AND LF.ADENHALL MARKETS

NEWGATE AND LF.ADENHALL MARKETS

In the«c Markcti both of which exhibited »n xbundxi.t »u|>pl>- of Pork, and were otherwise moderately w’ell tuoidied, the trade wax, the whole, rather doll—with Beef at dcprcMHin. Mutton Veal an advanre. of per ; with Pork at Friday’s prices. „ j Inferior at stiwe hjr the carcx<
December 31, 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE MARKETS.

THE MARKETS.

.» CORN EXCHANGE, Dec. 30. Thi. week, .upplies have been— 4,s2o sack, of flour ; 4,040 quarter! of English wheat ; 4,190 quarters of English barley ; 3,430 quarters of English, and 4,6*_0 quarters of Irish, oats ; 2,690 quarters of malt In the market of to-day, which was well su
December 31, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
"DISTRESS OP THi? TRMH CL*

"DISTRESS OP THi? TRMH CL*

rday a meeting of therh. !-m.oVision of Surrey took place at the'^iit/) hound Inn, for the purpose of taking; into ?? the state of the Protestant deig^. ofthe lympathy thedpttimtt >- ■ «nn waa ciow.h-.l throughout tiie proeh*!. M.P. presided. ftK*~. 'I he chairman bavin.' opener
December 31, 1835 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 

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December 31, 1835 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BATH MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

BATH MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

Bes elections, which have been long looked *° with interest so engrossing, took place on whenthe following was the result. As a mat*tfj es irable information, we have stated the non> for tbe unsuccessful, as well as for the sue- The names printed in italics are \ . gentlemen who
December 31, 1835 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
CHELTENHAM, December 29.

CHELTENHAM, December 29.

His Grace the Duke Beaufort has appointed the following gentlemen his Chaplains-—Rev. Dr. Cooke Tortivorth ; Rev. Henry Shute, Rev. Townsend Stephens, Thornhury and Rev. II. Richards, Horfield. On the 11th instant, man named Thomas Tarver inhabitant Chipping Campden, Gloucestersh
December 31, 1835 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE COURT JOURNAL •»r Ml. ,»•:*•.<• > • GAZETTE OF FASHIONABLE WORLD. First number of this popular Journal for the

THE COURT JOURNAL •»r Ml. ,»•:*•.<• > • GAZETTE OF FASHIONABLE WORLD. First number of this popular Journal for the

Year 1836, will appear Saturday, Jan. 2nd, and those who may desire to avail themselves of this favourable opportunity for commenc/ngjhe publication, are requested to forward their Orders imnfedififtly to their respective Booksellers, or Newsvenders. / . The " Court Jou/nal'tisn
December 31, 1835 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England