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Extensive and Desirable FREFIHOLD PROPERTY. To be SOLD bv PRI"VATE CONTRACT, LL that CAPITAL MvESSUAGE and OUT- l3jVILDINGS, situate in the I RON GATE, DEnnv f ppsite All Saints Church,) late in the occupation of I L WBITESBURST, deceased. 5ylese desirable Premises consist of an
May 6, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE DERBY MERCURY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE DERBY MERCURY.

To TGE EDITJOR OF THE DERRYhMERCURY. R II T--. . .- .. ?? - - . .- i. t thte; , Si Impoioant times are ?? !yIng Vevents as unlosthea fot'iii' they are unpara~eled ,im:-teh Ho- history of our country, are bearing uts on to a itate ofco- ,eing p'lete politicat' disorganization. -It
May 6, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MEETING AT TAMWORTH.

MEETING AT TAMWORTH.

MEETING AT TAMWGRT11.. i Saturday a numerous and highly respectable meeting of . i the inhabitants of Tamworth and its vicinity washeld in the . Town Ball, for the purpose of addressing the Ming on the I subject of the application of Church property to other than L ecclesiastical
May 6, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SOUTH DERBYSHIRE ELECTION.

SOUTH DERBYSHIRE ELECTION.

--w - --e I ]Declaration of Members. On Friday, the Declaration of Members for the Southern Division of our County was made at the County Hall, iri Derby. At eleven o'clock the doors were throwr Open, and the Hall was Immediately filled. The Gentlemen forming the Committees for
January 28, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLOA.V9rqug. APZ AtL M* t a. A 51top ' p te b"tfatittes whtt' "Ye Mtk-a hife teoit: . These lhie been disgracefqlio bothd.ideY bilt We are jory to may wh have more unaaesilohable proof' of eriornifties comnittaed by the' officers of the. tlaeen-dia tn-tis beea fumished agpin
April 15, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the declarations of the leaders of the Opposition in reference to Sir R. Peel's Government, it would

From the declarations of the leaders of the Opposition in reference to Sir R. Peel's Government, it would

TH E DEERBY MERCURY, WSDWE1DAY, 1YAIRCYI 4. From jbe.Acclarationa of the leaders of the Opposition'I in reference to Sir R. Peel's Government, it would ?? -mp 1n- Stun 0- t M-i A ;.r {rh. .-o I ?? divsins ber seem evident, that their object in the two late divisions was solely to
March 4, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
TO THE EDITOR OF THE DERBY MERCURY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE DERBY MERCURY.

Q..- A -- - . -- - - - - . . SiR-A correspondent in a cotemporary Journal, is urgent In carrying-out, according to the Russell phraseology, the ,lunicipal Corporation Act, by recommending all occupiers to claim to be rated; but in cardour he should have told them, they must do s
November 4, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

London, Tlueday, Not,. S. CITY.-.TUESDAYr, TWELVE O'CLOCK.-There is little business doing in the Money Market this morning, but it wears rather a steady appearance, and Consols for the Account are at 91J. Exchequer Bills 11 to 13, and India Bonds I to 8. Columbian Bonds 32j, and
November 4, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

MIS LCELLANvOUS. - .- -S A ' - I. . - The King, it is said, has sent to Mr. Campbell, the sculptor, to order a marble bust of Lord Grey, a fac.simile of the admirable likeness executed for his lordship's family by that artist, and now forming the most attractive embel lishment at
May 6, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE CHURCH OF OUR FATHERS.

THE CHURCH OF OUR FATHERS.

- *htjS vr .A.x C - - -7 ti ,(BY Lord Francis Egerlon, Brother of the Duke of Sultherland.J r Half screened by its trees, in the Sabbath's calm smile, a The Church of our Fathers-how meekly It stands ! r 0 villagers, gaze on the old hallowed pile- c It was dear to their hearts,
March 18, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England