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THE BLACKBCRNS^ANDARD.

THE BLACKBCRNS^ANDARD.

BLACKBURN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 18£ L Power-loom Wbavin-ginßlackburn.— The power-loom weaving trade of Blackburn is reported to be in a very healthy slate at present. . . The Registry tor County Voters. —It is not imposst-. hie that there are yet county voters who are unaware that
July 1, 1835 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
ORANGE RIOTS—TWELFTH OF JULY.

ORANGE RIOTS—TWELFTH OF JULY.

Twelfth of Julj in Belfast and its vicinity.—More Blood Shed! —Tlie periodical return this anniver»aty has, this year, been attended with results more sanguinary than we have experienced, in this town, for the last year or two. Early on Saturday evening, numbers of Orange arches
July 23, 1835 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
SCOTTISH EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. This is a Mutual Assurance Society, on the model of the London Equitable. The whole

SCOTTISH EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY. This is a Mutual Assurance Society, on the model of the London Equitable. The whole

Profits are divisible amongst the assured. The prosperity of the Society during the period it has been in operation is believed to exceed that any similar Institution) the profits realized being sufficient afford upon Policies for £1000 of four years' standing, and proportionate
July 23, 1835 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
Orders and Advertiser*en's for this Paper will be received Robertson and Scott, 2H, South Hanover Street, Edinburgh; J. Miller, bookseller,

Orders and Advertiser*en's for this Paper will be received Robertson and Scott, 2H, South Hanover Street, Edinburgh; J. Miller, bookseller,

Dunfermline: W. Sklnn r, r-ostmas'er, and Georce Bernard, Klrkaldv; William Co -kburn, bookseller, Anstruther: David Birrel bookseller, Klnror=; J.is. Chalmers, bookseller. Dundee; Kmker (late M White) 3», Fleet Street; Newton and Co. Warwick Square, |^>ndon; J. K. John- Ell ™ a
July 23, 1835 - Fife Herald - Cupar, Fife, Scotland
 
INSXVfTION lUHjIj.

INSXVfTION lUHjIj.

INS Public are informed, that there JL will be A GRAND BALL, In the Town-Hall, Cambridge, WEDNESDAY Evening, the Btb July instnnt, For the Benefit of iiddenbrooke’s Hospital, IN CAMBRIDGE. Steward, The EARL of HARDWICKE, Weippert's celebrated Band is engaged. . Tickets, one Guine
July 3, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Just Published, in super royal octavo, DESCRIPTION of the CATHEDRAL CHURCH of ELY Vv some account of the CONVENTUAL BUILDINGS:

Just Published, in super royal octavo, DESCRIPTION of the CATHEDRAL CHURCH of ELY Vv some account of the CONVENTUAL BUILDINGS:

illustrated by Eighteen Engravings. By GEORGE MILLERS, M.A. The Third Edition. London: William Pickering, Chancery Lane; sold also by Deightons, and Stevenson, Cambridge.
July 3, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
We regret to learn that Lord Suflield's horse fell as his Lordship was riding on Tuesday through the Green Park,

We regret to learn that Lord Suflield's horse fell as his Lordship was riding on Tuesday through the Green Park,

and the horse haring rolled over him, bis Lord- ship was taken up senseless and witb one rib broken ; but it is hoped he will soon recover. On Tuesday Sir Edward Parry attended at East Harling for the purpose of explaining the views of the Poor Law Commissioners respecting the f
July 8, 1835 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

it BELLES. e, On the I2th inst. at Penn House, Amershats, the Countesi d Howe, of a daughter. On the 5th inst. at Sion Hill, Yorkshire, the lady of ry Joshua Samuel Crompton, Esq. of a daughter, T ~A~tIAGE:S. e By special license, on Wednesday, at Fordhoolk, the reta. dence of La
July 15, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
A HERO IN HUMBLE LIFE.

A HERO IN HUMBLE LIFE.

A 3MRo IN HUMBLE XLrWB. (Fromt Chambers' Edinburgh Journal.) Thoughts of this kind never occur to me without conjur. ci Ing up to my mind's eye the tall, handsome, but now most C attenuated form of John Cochrane, whose sacrificeof self has w seldom been surpassed. He is of a fami
July 22, 1835 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
OPENING OF THE LEEDS GENERAL CEMETERY.

OPENING OF THE LEEDS GENERAL CEMETERY.

OPIEN1NG- OF T ihI LEF, D 36,(NI I-AL C MIlE TERY. This blisatifeil and( iislercsiting iplasc ?? Onl 'hui'ht'ly larst, Onl whc II Ot Iy t Iirerreittos of Mr. Grerign Masrirt in y sutrgeoni, Y tathatr ed at Le ast;, wit ?? d as'I th im pe ionas Sat ?? steI C urs t y i'sr of hIi; a
July 25, 1835 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England