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Turiipik«‘ Vlond. C.iOOO. THE TruMefs or the Turnpike Road from Farnhoriiugh Riterhill, in the parish eru-akt. in the county Kent.

Turiipik«‘ Vlond. C.iOOO. THE TruMefs or the Turnpike Road from Farnhoriiugh Riterhill, in the parish eru-akt. in the county Kent.

arefl«‘sirous of receiv mi; Tenders tor !.ending the abore Mortgage the Tulls, in Sums of not less than each. Tenders a.Mre««ed (post-paid) to the Ch rkt of the Trustees, slating the rate of interest which sums are ready to ad\anced, will be considered and decided upon at a Gene
July 14, 1835 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
TUNBRIDGE AGRICULTURAL PETITIONS.

TUNBRIDGE AGRICULTURAL PETITIONS.

On tins subject we have received the following, which we beg the particular attention ot our readers:— To the EDITOR oj the M.iIDSTO\E JOURSAL Sir, complain that notice has been taken of the remarks which you have deemed *t proper to make in two la-t papers, <*n the subject of t
July 14, 1835 - Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser - Maidstone, Kent, England
 
LITETRATURE.

LITETRATURE.

Ili SKrPcn5s or BPRIILOA. Bly Susette 1-arriet Lloyd. WC With. Plates and Rap. London : Jamns Cecheane &- .Br Co. 18835. If women, taken generally, are unable'to gra'p'p'le: hit kis- with the mnore abistrusec and profound subjectp of Ina i unien investigation, in the less intric
July 25, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

FFRCX THE1 LONDG2# GAckZETTZ. ST JAMES'S PALk.CE, JUNE 24. The Kine was this day pleased to confer the honour oE Knighthood upon Captaina William Henry Dillon, of thc royal navv, Knight Commander of the Royal Hano- verian Guelplic Order. WAP. OFFICE-Jr.Y 17. 21 Regiment of Dropan
July 20, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
MR MAULE'S GAME BILL.

MR MAULE'S GAME BILL.

MR MAULE'S:GAME BILL. I - e r . - r I .1 En. k- The County Member, it will be seen with regret, eln has been unsuccessful in his endeavours to obtain a legislative measure of relief to the tenantry-from the on operation of the present game laws. The object of nr the bill, which h
July 4, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
DEFEAT OF THE FRENCH AT ALGIERS.

DEFEAT OF THE FRENCH AT ALGIERS.

The defeat of General Tuzel by the Arabs, un. p der Abdel Kader, is now fully confirmed.- hbi The following letter from Oran, dated July 4, f contains some interesting details of the affair, and w is written by a person who can be' rl-ed on:: " From Stuletta, where they were enc
July 27, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

IPRIVniaTv cOEianlSPoNDrCJLE. T ?? . - - .. - 1- ha. e r.ccivod advide' 0London, July 13; We have received advifes frno Calcutta to the i7th March by llis Majesty's ship Curacon, nrrvpel at Fortsuluotith, having on board Lord William Jetrithiclk aind suite. Se'Vernl addresses bad
July 16, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

nIZPERIAL PAPULIAMiIWlr., * HOUSE OF COMMONS-July 3., 31UNIXCXAL CORPORATION BILL-CLAUSES 56-94. On clause 66, Lotd J. RUSSELL said it bad at first been proposed, tbat the whole of the trustees of charitable funds should be annuallv elected, instead of which he proiosed that they
July 9, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ON THE DEATH OF WILLIAM CAMPBELL OF FARFIELD.

ON THE DEATH OF WILLIAM CAMPBELL OF FARFIELD.

ON THE DEATH OF WILLIAM CAMPBELL I .. IOF FAIRFIELD.- I . . . . ?? , . _ o I Faw lim ncpe;,a beauteous boy, : A radiant happy)child RHis metler clasp'dS hem in jher arms, - ; .Anda blee sd hues as he snil d. * lisaug ghng'eye,lleoilrsg hee, ; -'is bright and sbnrliy (mtile, . ''A
July 9, 1835 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
FASHIONABLE JOURNAL.

FASHIONABLE JOURNAL.

FASI-TIONABLE JOURNAL. Birs. Blood ,ies left 20, Orienital-place, for the metropolis. Tue ltev. J. Cooke hlas left, on a visit to Grabion, Kettering. Sir Geort'e Sitatiell adl his daupplter, who some time since met with a, serious accident, by wvhich her thig)h was broken, arrive
July 7, 1835 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England