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REPORT MADE TO THE ANNUAL GENERAL COURT, MAY 25, 1835, BEING THE SEVENTH AFTER ITS INCORPORATION.

REPORT MADE TO THE ANNUAL GENERAL COURT, MAY 25, 1835, BEING THE SEVENTH AFTER ITS INCORPORATION.

i, R1PORTI' INIADE '1'0 T111 ANNUAL GENE- n HAL COIURT, NJ' AY 25, G35, BEING TH'11 h SEVEN'I'll A,'FEIt IIS INC URI'UOATON as In presentin- to the General Court of the Society I r- the Annual Rleptort of its proceedings the Committee If have nore than once stated, thit tile Soci
July 14, 1835 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENT.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENT.

S>c3£ums. COURT HOUSE, WARWICK. THURSDAY, JULY 2, Before D. Esq., Major, K. J. WILMSHURST, and J. MORRIS. , Aldermen. The Court was opened ten, and the following persons the GRAND JURY. Wi'lia-n Collins— Foreman James Wm. Marshall Cook j Geoiee Cooper Wm. [ Thomas. GUI Jonathan
July 11, 1835 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

FRIDAY JULY 10. We have received ihe whole the Paris Papers of Wednesday. They announce the entiance of the Queen's troops into Btlboa. There was no engagement, the Cati>u having lelired in haste into the mountains. Don Carlos gone Onate. _ We exult being able assure our fellow
July 11, 1835 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LEAMINGTON PETTY SESSIONS.

LEAMINGTON PETTY SESSIONS.

TOWN-HALL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22. Be/art B. Tomes, and H. T. Chamberlayne, Bsqrt _ Two car-drivers were fined, one *2s. 6d. tire other Is. and costs, for leaving their horses without any one to take care of them.—A man was also fined Is. and costs, for his cart, instead of walking
July 25, 1835 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LEAMINGTON LADIES' BIBLE SOCIETY.

LEAMINGTON LADIES' BIBLE SOCIETY.

We regret that our very extended report of the proceedings nf the Bible Society Meeting at Warwick, prevents last week from giving copious one of the Annual Meeting of this Association which took place at the UPPER ASSEMBLY ROOMS, the 16th ofJuiy. assembled was of highly respect
July 25, 1835 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.

PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT.

PROCEEDINGS PARLIAMENT. the House of Lords on Wednesday numerous petitions were presented against the Municipal Corporations Bill. The report of the Select Committee to inquire into the disturbances in lreland was presented. In the Commons the motion of Mr. Freshfield, that Mr. C
July 31, 1835 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
At tbe great meeting at the Duke of Wellington's, on Satin day morning, it was resolved that the Peers should

At tbe great meeting at the Duke of Wellington's, on Satin day morning, it was resolved that the Peers should

allow the second'reading of the' Municipal Corporation Bill to pass, when Counsel will be heard against certain clauses on the House going into' Committee. The Bill, as it stands present, makes every town a republic, the Council having the power to levy taxes, and constitute and
July 31, 1835 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LEICESTERSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

LEICESTERSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES.

Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Sergeant Adams, entered the town, accompanied by William Herrick. Esq. the High Sheriff, and numerous attendance, proceeded to theCastTe in the absence of the Judge. Sir Stephen Knight! for the purpose of opening the Commission of Assize; whi'h having co
July 31, 1835 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
PAIRS TO BE HOUJEN. Julu Warwick. Newcastle day Hat* Oakbaru, Witney Norton

PAIRS TO BE HOUJEN. Julu Warwick. Newcastle day Hat* Oakbaru, Witney Norton

July 10, 1835 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
/ COWS, OXEN, AND SHEEP. -/Important to Farmers, Graziers, and Breeders of Cattle. Just Published, price ls. 6d. FtACTICAL DIRECTIONS

/ COWS, OXEN, AND SHEEP. -/Important to Farmers, Graziers, and Breeders of Cattle. Just Published, price ls. 6d. FtACTICAL DIRECTIONS

for the TREATMENT of the DISEASES OF CATTLE, pointing; out Certain Remedy to raise Cows tbat Drop or Fall in Calving-, with Medicines for their other diseases; and a newly-discovered Mode of Curing Calves, Sheep, and Lambs of Diarrhoea, called the Scour, without Medicine and wit
July 17, 1835 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England