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The swell mob hare of late adopted the system of forming themselves into gangs, and waylaying in omnibuses the luckless

The swell mob hare of late adopted the system of forming themselves into gangs, and waylaying in omnibuses the luckless

individuals who fall into their hands. Wednesday even- 1 ing, about a quarter-past nine, young gentlemau, whose first I introduction it was such society, embarked omnibus ! Ludgate-hill, in which was single member of one of these gangs, who was shortly joined by three, apd 'afte
July 11, 1835 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
GUARDIAN AND EXPRESS

GUARDIAN AND EXPRESS

SATU'tittjr, JULY U, 1835. We must '„gain implore our readers to remember that on the instant—next Monday week—the time for Registration expires. are not inclined to b€ dissatisfied on the whole with the accounts which reach ns from various quarters to the general state of the r
July 11, 1835 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
KETTERING BOARDING SCHOOL, For Young Ladies. THE Misses GOODALL respectfully announce that their SCHOOL re-opens on Monday, the 27th Instant.

KETTERING BOARDING SCHOOL, For Young Ladies. THE Misses GOODALL respectfully announce that their SCHOOL re-opens on Monday, the 27th Instant.

Kettering, July 8,1835. DAVENTRY ACADEMY. TIIOS. SANDERS respectfully informs his Friends and the Public, that his SCHOOL will RE-OPEN on Monday, the 20rn Instant. THE MISSES SANDERS'S SCHOOL-will re-commence at the same time. ADDERBURY ACADEMY, Established at the Manor House fo
July 11, 1835 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Sunday the ult? St\r jol'r Or**, of daughter. ' Bedford, Mrs. T. MARRIED. the instant, at Wdcocks. Esq. of Alphingto

Sunday the ult? St\r jol'r Or**, of daughter. ' Bedford, Mrs. T. MARRIED. the instant, at Wdcocks. Esq. of Alphingto

n Ti„ _le bonr, Church, '«. riott-Catherine, youn*,. " ear ' tcher. Esq. of this town. UdU Shter of the late Th omas n« the 7th inst. at St Sv , of th late Lord Byron, runnings. W^»hropPr a e 7"L c - bo ghufch, by the Bey. las? G a " 10 ~e,en'youngestn ' youngest Surrey, to Miss
July 11, 1835 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
YORK CITY COMMISSIONERS.

YORK CITY COMMISSIONERS.

On Tuesday last, this body held their regular meeting in tbe large room, Newstreet, present, Mr. Seth Agar, chairman, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Baker, Mr. Cattle, Mr, Coates, Mr. John Dale, Mr. Etridge, Mr. Gawthorp, Mr. Gray, Mr. Heeles, Mr. Heseltine, Mr. Hartley, Mr. Kyle, Mr. Labron
July 11, 1835 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
MISCELLANEOUS. TO LET, And may Entered to on the First Dai; January nc.it, CAPITAL TURNIP LAM) FARM, situtl ate at

MISCELLANEOUS. TO LET, And may Entered to on the First Dai; January nc.it, CAPITAL TURNIP LAM) FARM, situtl ate at

Wooli.ev, Five Miles distant from the Market Towns of Wakefield and Barnsley, consisting of excellent Messuage, with spacious and arranged FARM BUILDINGS, MALT and DRYING KILNS, and TWO HUNDRED and SEVENTY-ONE ACRES Arable, Meadow, and Pasture LANDS, divided into suitable Inclos
July 11, 1835 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
DEVON QUARTER SESSIONS.

DEVON QUARTER SESSIONS.

FROM OUR LAST.) [Before B. Fulford, jun., Esq., Chairman,- TV. Nation, Esq., J. H. Studily, Esq., and other Justices.] Nisi Prius Court— Friday.—Mr. Kekewich moved the Court 10 enroll an order maile Magistrates of the Shebbear Division, for stopping up a toad in the parish of No
July 11, 1835 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LINEN-DRAPERS. ANTED, a clever, industrious YOUNG MAN, ▼ ▼ FIRST ASSISTANT in a general LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERY BUSINESS. He

LINEN-DRAPERS. ANTED, a clever, industrious YOUNG MAN, ▼ ▼ FIRST ASSISTANT in a general LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPERY BUSINESS. He

must be tirs-- rate Salesman, and thoroughly understand the Trade in all its Branches. Also, A respectable and well educated FEMALE, about of age, as an APPRENTICE, with whom Premium will be expected. Apply, (if letter, post-paid,) to Messrs. HODGE and CH AMBER LAIN, Diapers, Ti
July 11, 1835 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Horrid Murder of a Wife by her Husband at Plymouth.

Horrid Murder of a Wife by her Husband at Plymouth.

Sunday last this town was thrown into state of intens e alarm and horror, a report tint Mr. II en Honey , ton Mr. Honey. l'» musical instrument maker i«l the death bit wife 1.; her tli.ro.it with tor, noil that he had also attempted suioi le lowing laudanum. the lunate woman hal
July 11, 1835 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
\’r Mart.n Gregory, butch

\’r Mart.n Gregory, butch

Mart.n Gregory, butch kport. challenges to trot his pony, 44 uicW high, fair trot, against any pony in Engl md, for from to A2O. The open to made Mr. Worsley’s, the Weaver’s Arms, Stockport, Ha ton Skcoxi* Mkktix«j.— consequence of the unfavourable state of ibe weaver at the late
July 12, 1835 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England