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A LADY of about Sixty years of age is, from reduced circumstances, desirous engaging herself as Companion to Lady. The

A LADY of about Sixty years of age is, from reduced circumstances, desirous engaging herself as Companion to Lady. The

most respectable references will be given, and letters addressed to A. 8., Durham Chronicle Office, will receive immediate attention.
July 10, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MISCELLANIES.

MISCELLANIES.

Some pigeons lately let louse in London reached Brussels m five hours and two minutes. Don Aliguel ut present living at Porto d’Anzio, small unhealthy village the coast the states. Clerical Justices.—The Rev. Mr Clare, the parson magistrate, who humanely allowed the military to
July 10, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
To Whitesmiths and Others.

To Whitesmiths and Others.

TO SOLD BY AUCTION, nv wai.ter n. pettinoill, Thur-day, 23rd day of July, 1835, the Duke’s Head Inn. Great Yarmouth, Six o’clock in the evening, A Old-established ITH’S SHOP, fitted xm. with four Working Forges, Vice, Benches, Crane, &c. with a most convenient Dwelling House att
July 11, 1835 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
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July 11, 1835 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
Norwich, June 271835. JAMES WOODS BEGS leave return Ills sincere thanks for the patronage received from his Friends and the

Norwich, June 271835. JAMES WOODS BEGS leave return Ills sincere thanks for the patronage received from his Friends and the

Public in general, and now wishes inform them has on hand, for sole, quantity of BURTON ALE, &c. either on Draught or in Bottles.-The quality and price may be known on application at Ins Counting Room, corner of St. Gregory s Church Tard.
July 11, 1835 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
AND EAST INDIA AND COLONIAL CHRONICLE.

AND EAST INDIA AND COLONIAL CHRONICLE.

of the Crown at all times of peace or war. Happily for the reputation of that statesman, he eventually saw fit to relinquish the attempt j and we will do him the justice to say that, leaving out the view which we believe he conscientiously entertained on the subject of impressme
July 11, 1835 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
SPANISH EXPEDITION.

SPANISH EXPEDITION.

Order in Council and Communications, relative to the Exemption of British Subjects, who may enter the Service of the'Queen, of Spain, from the Provisions of the Foreign Enlistment Act. No. I.—Note from General Alava to Viscount Palmerston. 54, Hurley-street, June slh, 1835. The
July 11, 1835 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
DOMESTIC MISCELLANY.

DOMESTIC MISCELLANY.

maille0fic futorellan1po ? I COTtj.1RbOV, AT SPA.-We regret toannounce the loss of the James Alorgan. Briscoe moaster, (if this port. The vessel left Jamaica otl the 22nd of March, anrd had been five weeks at sea ?? her voyage to Cork, when she was met by an American liner, an(l
July 11, 1835 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
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'Kialkti t'pt4,0 J. Serjeant, Liverpool, window-blind manufacturer, July ai ann August 14, at eleven, at the Clarendon rooms, Li. verpool. J. Largie, Liverpool, broker, July 25 and August 18, at one, at the Clarendon rooms, Liverpool. Att. Al r. J. C. 'Thormpson, Liverpool H. Rho
July 11, 1835 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, MONDAY, July 6.

LONDON, MONDAY, July 6.

O;N.DNNi- DAY, July 6. Th~e 1arjs Paperis o'f Satuirdayveontain~soiynedetails from r the 4-frontker JouiinalS,, anrroifllchicr tile arrival of' General Laahera ?? (in the 3Ot1 all., wvithi 21 battalions, ~ whicit madethe forc:6iof tile Christ-O" there sissembled 30 lit battalions
July 9, 1835 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England