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OLDHAM ELECTION.

OLDHAM ELECTION.

n TH11l D)ECLARATION. . WEDNIFit.AY, Jt-t.L 8.-At ten o'clock this morning thc Ile- Iturning Officer made the official declaration of the state of the ; poll win theti numbers were- r .Mr. Lees . .394 g AIr. Cobbett . . . 381 Ilajority for Mr. L.ees ?? i- TI'he IIeturning Office
July 10, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, CLERKENWELL.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, CLERKENWELL.

IMIDDLESEX SESSIOiNS, CLgRKENWLL. I These sessions opened yesterday morning before 13. Rorcs, Esq., Chairman, and a very full Bench of magistrates. COUNTY DAY. The minutes of the last Court having been read, and sane other routine business disposed of, the Report of the Com- mitt
July 10, 1835 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
REFORMERS ! PLAIN DIRECTIONS FOR VOTERS. No person can rote for a Count.,, , , or fin. a City, or

REFORMERS ! PLAIN DIRECTIONS FOR VOTERS. No person can rote for a Count.,, , , or fin. a City, or

Boroug UNLESS HE IS DULY REGISTERED. FOR COUNTIES. If you have a Qualification for a County Vote, and yonr name is not on the present Register, you must, on or before the of July, deliver or send to one of the Overseers the Parish or Township where the property which gives the i
July 10, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
BRITISH AND FOREIGN REVIEW, No. I.

BRITISH AND FOREIGN REVIEW, No. I.

Ridgway. London. 1835. Like most first Numbers, this is got up with considerable care, especially as regards the selection of articles, which are very skilfully varied, and some of which are said to be the production of writers well known by their political and philosophical acq
July 10, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
VICE-CHANCERY.-(THIS DAY.)

VICE-CHANCERY.-(THIS DAY.)

V ICE -CHANCERY.-(THIS DAY.) MORGAN V. SEWARD. This case came before the Court upon motion on behalf of the def en d ants, Messrs. Seward, the em i nent eng i neers o f Limehou se , f or t h e d i ssolut i on o f an i n j unct i on restra i n i ng them from constructing paddle-wh
July 10, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CAMBRIDGE, JULY 9. Last night a grand ball was given in the Town Hall, for the benefit of . Addenbrooke's

CAMBRIDGE, JULY 9. Last night a grand ball was given in the Town Hall, for the benefit of . Addenbrooke's

Hospital, the Earl of Hardwicke acting s the principal Steward. The room being comparatively small, the tickets were strictly limited to 400, and sold at a guinea each. .That number was soon disposed of, and yesterday upwards of 309 applicants sought in vain to be accommodated.
July 10, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

NEWMARKET JULY MEETING. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. The two races decided this afternoan were won so easy as to reader any additional particulars unnecessary. Immediately after the last race Lord Homers hawks were brought on the Heath, and in three or four flights afforded better sport tha
July 10, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE LIVERY OF THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANIES OF T I RIN G, ERS AND SPECTACLEMAKERS OF LONDON. HAN in pursuance

TO THE LIVERY OF THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANIES OF T I RIN G, ERS AND SPECTACLEMAKERS OF LONDON. HAN in pursuance

of the provisions of the Act of the 2d William IV., cap. 45, intitled " An Act to amend the Representation of the people in England and Wales," received a Requisition from the Sheriffs of the City of London to make out, and forthwith to deliver to them, an ALPHABETICAL LIST of a
July 10, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MARGATE, at TWELVE DAILY, from Londonbridge.—Families wishing to avoid crowded opposition vessels, are respectfully informed that late Packets RUN DAILY

MARGATE, at TWELVE DAILY, from Londonbridge.—Families wishing to avoid crowded opposition vessels, are respectfully informed that late Packets RUN DAILY

at Twelve, from London-bridge, in addition to the early Steam-packets to Margate on Sundays at Nine, at Half-past Nine or Ten on Week Days; and to Ramsgate at Half-past Nine. 55, Fenchurch-street. J. MILLER.
July 10, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England