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l-RICE OF BREAD 7d. 41b.—Invest, r>i-l.

l-RICE OF BREAD 7d. 41b.—Invest, r>i-l.

July 8, 1835 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
no, nor yet it chiefly the benefit which our manufactures anil commerce may derive from the aid Design, though its

no, nor yet it chiefly the benefit which our manufactures anil commerce may derive from the aid Design, though its

utility that point confessedly important; it in the advancement and improvement of the Art itself, in all, but especially in iU higher departments, and the consequent diffusion of this ennobling taste, which is, and ought ever to be, the primary aim of these institutions. To exc
July 9, 1835 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
POETRY.

POETRY.

PO ETR Y. (Feo the zretor Fying.FP°tJ) A maother's love a motler's lovw. Olh! 1what ott r "Irtli ci00 eqlull It, Its height nud depth siy who call prove0 8,t iliptosprisibly preat Aid still exist t' eilmt ?? wait, Or dinith onv i111ver ranid her; tlo? 1301 slte 3,0v(II ?? tr1g- t
July 9, 1835 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
IRISH TITHE Bill

IRISH TITHE Bill

Lord Morpeth brought up the Irish Tithe BiU ami-Ul loud cheers. It was read a first time, and on the motion •* that 1)0 read second time,” Sir Robert Peel rofo and said us follow? ; Sir, before this Bill is ordered be read second time, I wish to take this public opportunity of s
July 9, 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
FOKEIQN INTELLIGENCE.

FOKEIQN INTELLIGENCE.

Eorrr—The accounts from Cairo represent the plague as raging most alarmingly. A letter, dated Way 5, says that almvo 2,000 (versons daily fall victims to it in the city, and numbers in proportion in almost all the provinces of the Della and central Egypt. Above 50,000 poisons ha
July 9, 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
WILLIAM HILL.

WILLIAM HILL.

July 9, 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, 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
 
DINNER TO MESSRS. WASON AND MORRISON.

DINNER TO MESSRS. WASON AND MORRISON.

I I DlNNER TO MESSRS. NVASON AND MiORRISON. On Saturday evening a dinner was given at Lovegrove's West India Tavern, Blackwvall, to celebrate the trinmlpb of the prin- ciples of "C purity of election," as evinced by the return of Ilessrs. Wrason and Morrison at the recent contest
July 11, 1835 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LAUNCH OF THE STEAM-SHIP BRITANNIA.

LAUNCH OF THE STEAM-SHIP BRITANNIA.

We yesterday accompanied down the River the Directors ofthe General Steam Navigation Company, whose packet the .loyal Sovereign was elegantly fitted up for the occasion, to witness the launch ofthe new steam-ship Britannia, from the yard of its builders, Messrs. Fletcher and Fea
July 10, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MAILS

MAILS

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July 8, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England