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HOUSE OF COMMONS, Monday, Jtrr.v 6.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, Monday, Jtrr.v 6.

HOUSE COMMONS, Monday, Jtrr.v 6. Mr. Coopeh presented the report of the Inverness shire Election committee, which declared the silting member duly elected, and neither the petition nor opposition liivolous or vexatious. In reply to a question from Lord Stanley, _ Mon it in said t
July 11, 1835 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. Jilt 8.

LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. Jilt 8.

LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. 8. ... . ...... ■Vi’. 1% c. , V. The demand fur Cuiion this week has been very moderate, the sales of all kinds amounting only 13.229 bales. Of the Sea Island offered anclion on bales, and M stained sold al a decline of per lb fur Inferior (|naliiies. The
July 11, 1835 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
IRISH ELECTION SERMON.

IRISH ELECTION SERMON.

following atrocious address was delivered during the late Carlow election from tSic altar of a chapel that county. Th® Carlow Sentinel says the whole authenticated and sworn to.” " Is there any one here who will baiter his soul for his landlord There is one wretch that has done
July 11, 1835 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
PREROGATIVE COURT, Saturday, July 4.

PREROGATIVE COURT, Saturday, July 4.

STAMP V. MARTIN. Dr. Addams moved that John Martin be pronounced in contempt for non-payment of costs, on an affidavit with Mr. John Stamp, that a written notice had been served upon Martin, informing him of the intimation the Court, that if he did not appear, or authorize execu
July 13, 1835 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Our Musical Festival, it will be seen, announced for the month of October ; engagements are making with the first-rate

Our Musical Festival, it will be seen, announced for the month of October ; engagements are making with the first-rate

vocal talent in the kingdom. The Steam Carriage.—On Monday next, Sir C. Dance's Improved Steam Carriage will arrive at the Horse and Jockey Inn, in this town, between the hours of ten and eleven, with a party from London, who after taking refreshment, will return in the afternoo
July 13, 1835 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
J. H. BURTON, TEACHER OF THE PI SO-FORTE. 75. LONDON STREET, READING^:. : RETURNS his thanks to his for I-atmil••!;;«>

J. H. BURTON, TEACHER OF THE PI SO-FORTE. 75. LONDON STREET, READING^:. : RETURNS his thanks to his for I-atmil••!;;«>

which he h .s received since ■ cment in the Musical Profession, ai.d ii.torms tin:n •- public, that he continues to give LESSONS on Instrument, on the most approved principles. oflerint} | himself to the notice of the public, J. H.B. begs to observe, that has devoted a reat deal
July 13, 1835 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Chester Fair. fil & UNION HALL. FOUEGATE-STRF.ET. Humphreys & robinson, of B"ld-strect, Liverpool, respectfully inform the Indies Chester and the

Chester Fair. fil & UNION HALL. FOUEGATE-STRF.ET. Humphreys & robinson, of B"ld-strect, Liverpool, respectfully inform the Indies Chester and the

neighbourhood, that they will off.x the s>hop above, . ' n lau f» w ith spleudid collection if Foreign and British Printed Muslins Plain and Figumi Ducapes. halls, and a general assortment of silk Mer««l. rst quality and moot stvle. Irish Linen, Sheetings, liaen, to. July 3rd, l
July 10, 1835 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
MARKET TABLE.

MARKET TABLE.

LONDON MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE, THURSDAY. The arrivals of all kinds grain this week are moderate, but of flour rather more than last week. wheat trade is firm at °, P of Monday. Barley, beans, and peas, are unaltered. Oats are not brisk sale, but maintain Monday's prices. The flo
July 11, 1835 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
FARMERS' AND GARDENERS CHRONICLE.

FARMERS' AND GARDENERS CHRONICLE.

There has lately been deposited in the Cabinet of Natural History, at Rouen, a mushroom of the species called by naturalists the gigantic Licoperdon. The specimen measures three feet in circumference. On Thursday night, the 25th ult., seventeen recently clipped sheep belonging M
July 11, 1835 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
SCHOLIUM BY ALCEUS. HARM I US AND ARISTOGlT"~' {Imitated from the Greek. In consecrated myrtle drest, Immortal youths ! I'll

SCHOLIUM BY ALCEUS. HARM I US AND ARISTOGlT"~' {Imitated from the Greek. In consecrated myrtle drest, Immortal youths ! I'll

hear sword, As when ye pierced the tyrant's breast, And Athens' sacrad laws restored. Ilarmodius, ever lov'd and blest ! Thou art not dead—in blissful isles Thy spirit dwells, kindred guest, Where fleet Achilles deigns to rest, And Diomede triumph smiles. In myrtle wreaths my sw
July 8, 1835 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England