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rRAL STEAM N'A-TIG FORK: ELH KKt,{AL STbAM NAVIG A- ?? P . ANY ' s flrst-rate and superior packets, •BUKru

rRAL STEAM N'A-TIG FORK: ELH KKt,{AL STbAM NAVIG A- ?? P . ANY ' s flrst-rate and superior packets, •BUKru

m " H °DSE for ■n(lSAri,i. C A r .7. ln ** '••» Majesty** Mails, every WEDNES- PRSnIv■ ,v i* « > early inthe Morning, r ettrrntng every ?? I ' 1 , s *TI",iI)A\ • From Man burgh the dis- bVmoiJp*-. 0 i PUJS*' to Lubeck. from whence the splendid •4 »c c KXANIIKu «.«*• M'OlAYsail f
July 14, 1835 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
It was way whet the W Pale Lew BM brought is b tie This be her*, sod b et web

It was way whet the W Pale Lew BM brought is b tie This be her*, sod b et web

be tt the he her for Wicklow ; bet set being to ars peineipk, to extent to which wee tarried is thus meswire, be agreed In Ilse aweadoett. of his Neils Friend. Mr. O'CoNNELL supported the second reed*. set because be approved of the principle riposte Iswo—doe wherever they exist
July 14, 1835 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MOORYEAT AND MOOR Si Of

MOORYEAT AND MOOR Si Of

MOORYEAT AND MOOR Si he LET, together or separately,—The Farm ■ and Lands known by the Names of MOOII YEATand MOOR SIDE, situate in the Parish of Irton, the County of Cumberland. Moor Yeat contains Eighty-seven Acres, thereabouts, of good Arabic and Meadow Land; and Moor Side Fif
July 14, 1835 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
PROPERTY NEAR CALDEH BRIDGE.

PROPERTY NEAR CALDEH BRIDGE.

be SOLD, by AUCTION, at Mr. Richard 1. Southward’s, Struddabank, on FRIDAY the 24th of July, 1835, at Three o’Clock, All those FOUR CLOSES, called Spring Lecs t situate in the Parish of St. Bridget, iu the County of Cumberland ; containing Fifteen Acres of Land, now in the Occup
July 14, 1835 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
PKNUITH, JULY 7 —Average imp I Quarter. Wheat 43a 8I I Oats 21s 4 1 Barley (id | Bye™™,™.™—,— 33s

PKNUITH, JULY 7 —Average imp I Quarter. Wheat 43a 8I I Oats 21s 4 1 Barley (id | Bye™™,™.™—,— 33s

PKNUITH, JULY 7 —Average imp I Quarter. Wheat 8I I Oats 4 Barley (id | Bye™™,™.™—,— CARLISLE MARKET, JI’LY 11. of in our mai ki/t to-il iy was considerable, ,r ely great of last week, and prices were nr last <|'io'<>lioiis. Wheat sII quickly, but Oats and Barley went oil’ hut slo
July 14, 1835 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
INSPECTOR’S WEEKLY CORN RETURN.

INSPECTOR’S WEEKLY CORN RETURN.

An aceonnt of the Quantities and Prices of British Corn sold Sheffield Market,from the returns delivered lbs Inspector hy the Dealers, in the week ending Tuesday, July 7,1833, esau by the Standard Imperial Measureal BigatGalloastoth* Imp. Measure, a PriceperQusrlH Total Quantiti
July 14, 1835 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
TO BUILDERS.

TO BUILDERS.

PERSONS disposed to Contnirt for the different WORKS to he executed in the Building of THIRTEEN DWELLING HOUSES, at Little Sheffield, may inspect Plans and Specifications of the same at the Ufficesof Messrs. VV.& C. Uawta, Architects, St. James's row, from the to the 21st July i
July 14, 1835 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
aeiitijs.

aeiitijs.

On the 7th I not. at Denby Grange, the Lady of Sir John L. L. Bmao Vt*Cheret, the Lady of Sir William Pilkington, Bart, rsm. JHaiTLiffrs. Snndny, Mr. John Haslehnrst. fllesmith, Miss M. Cnlton. Basse day, Mr; Wai. Wilson, wheelwright, to Miss Ann Day. Same day* Mr. Cbas. Robiaso
July 14, 1835 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF MECHANICS* INSTITUTIONS.

SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF MECHANICS* INSTITUTIONS.

We have much pleasure in giving the following extract from able address recently delivered B. Hey wood. Esq. president of the Manchester Mecbsnics* Institution : only remains that I say one word in answer the question,—Where is the evidence the beneficial operation ; of the Inst
July 14, 1835 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT—Faioar.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT—Faioar.

F.iTaaoaDiuaßT Casa—Thomas Ellis was opposed by Cooke on the part of Thomas Bland, Esq. of Kippax Park, Yorkshire. He was undefended. Tliis was a remarkable case. The insolvent, who underwent a lengtlitMied and rigid examination, been formerly a publican. In M 193k he disposed o
July 14, 1835 - Sheffield Iris - Sheffield, Yorkshire, England