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\’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
 
SUNDAY,

SUNDAY,

■ reference to the inroads of late made upon it by the Unstamped Newspaper Press, now more than £lOO,OOO The immediate effect of reducing the present enormous duty to the rate of One Penny (coupling that reduction with such enactment as would effectually prevent the issue of any
July 12, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
FROM THE SPECTATOR OF THIS DAY

FROM THE SPECTATOR OF THIS DAY

FROM THE SPECTATOR THIS DAY [The following observations have reference to the chief cause the present doubtful condition of the Whig ministers —their constant inclination the Tories. They now stand upon the brink of precipice, and if they are pushed therefrom, it will only be the
July 12, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SIXTH DAY—THURSDAY

SIXTH DAY—THURSDAY

The public breakfast took place this afternoon in the inner quadrangle of Trinity College. For many days the work of preparation had been going forward, and even till a late hour this morning was not completed. An elegant marquee was pitched in the middle of the quadrangle for t
July 12, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MIDLAND CIRCUIT-

MIDLAND CIRCUIT-

Mr. Justice Gazelee. The K-ght Hob. Sir J. Vaughan. Northamptonshirk- Tuesday, July 14, at Northampton. Kur(.AM>siiiHK— Friday, July I", at Oakham. I.ini I.I.NSHIKK -Saturday, July 19. the Castle of Lincoln.
July 12, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MORISON'S PILLS.

MORISON'S PILLS.

To the MEMBERS of the HYGEIAN ASSOCIATION. GENTLEMEN,— As the time now draws near, at which it proponed hold our first meetingnamely,* the first Wednesday In August, at the Loudon Cuflcc-house, in the City York, lake the liberty respectfully to remind you its near approach, anil
July 12, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE LOSS OF TEETH

THE LOSS OF TEETH

THE LOSS TEETH IX/fH. PHILLIPS begs to nnnounce to -If the Public that he continues to Supply Tbktii in all cases of deficiency, at the following extraordinary low charges ;—viz. Single Teeth, 55.; Whole Sets, guaranteed to wear with equal durability and comfort to any use. Stopp
July 12, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
EFFECTUALLY PREVENTED.

EFFECTUALLY PREVENTED.

THIS Advertisement not addressed to those who may value little monev more than the loss of life the fracture of limits, hut It is respectfully submitted the consideration of every rational mem I>er of stK-iely, w either rides or drli ew. In word, Horse, under the control the SAF
July 12, 1835 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SMITIIFIELD MARKET, Friday. July 10.

SMITIIFIELD MARKET, Friday. July 10.

This day’s supply of Beasts, and I«ambs, was, for that of Friday, rather great: the supply of Calves moderately good :of Porkers hut limited. Trade was, throughout, exceedingly dull, with Beef at a depression full per stone, with Mutton, I«amh, Veal, and Pork, at barely Mon. day
July 12, 1835 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
CANADA

CANADA

The Earl of HI PON presented petition signed between 5,000 and 0,000 persons, inhabitants of Quebec and its neighbourhood ; most of the petitioners were of English descent, but GOO of them were descendonts of French settlers ; they stated their gratitude the imperial legislature
July 12, 1835 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England