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July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
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LONDON, MONDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1835. Another Protestant Meeting took place at Exeter Hall on Saturday, at which the usual amount of priestly abuse was levelled against the Catholic religion by those wholesale traffickers in intolerance, the Reverend Messrs. M'GHEE and O'SuLLiv
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
••••• .....- .. rate tdorm here, by which the whole municipal Govern- meet of that island must be flung into

••••• .....- .. rate tdorm here, by which the whole municipal Govern- meet of that island must be flung into

the hands of a Popish rabble—a rabble the very tools and missile weapons of the priesthood? Can any Protestant picture to himself without consternation the defeat and rout of our whole English power, attacked simultaneously in all its cantonments, from north to south of Ireland,
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
CAPT. MARRYAT'S NEW WORK.—IP 3 vole post Svo, THE PACHA of MANY TALES By the Author of "Peter Simple," "Jacob

CAPT. MARRYAT'S NEW WORK.—IP 3 vole post Svo, THE PACHA of MANY TALES By the Author of "Peter Simple," "Jacob

Faithful," &c. "The most humorous, the most original, and the most varied of Capt. Marryat's writings."—Metropolitan. Also, now ready, PETER SIMPLE. Third edition, revised. JACOB FAITHFUL. Third edition, revised. Saunders and Otley, Conduit-street, Hanover-square. FIRST AND ONLY
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
James's-place, Harleyford-road, near the Oval, Kennington.—By Mr. CAFE, at Garraway's, on FRIDAY, July 17, at Twelve (by order of the

James's-place, Harleyford-road, near the Oval, Kennington.—By Mr. CAFE, at Garraway's, on FRIDAY, July 17, at Twelve (by order of the

Executors), AWell -finished Leasehold Residence, No. 3, James'splace, in the occupation of Mr. Dobbin, at 301 per annum, held for a term of years from Midsummer, 1831, at a ground rent of 81 per annum.—May be viewed by permission of the tenant. Particulars had of Mr. Finch, soli
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
ir 1 Mr.:Nash's Library, Prints, Drawings, Napoleon Medals, Stc.--1 3 )1, F:VANS, on WEDNESDAY next, July 15, an d F

ir 1 Mr.:Nash's Library, Prints, Drawings, Napoleon Medals, Stc.--1 3 )1, F:VANS, on WEDNESDAY next, July 15, an d F

our f o ll ow i ng Darl.4 1 T HE Valuable Architectural and Miscellaneous Librn I I of the late John Nash, Esq., with his prints, drawings, NaPcie medals, &c., including Piranesi Opere Vane, 15 vole; Muse o Pio o w, t mentino, 7 vols ; Visconti, Iconographie, Grecque et Romaine,
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
SLAVE TRADE.

SLAVE TRADE.

SLAVE TRAD E. We are glad to hear that our able and active Aliniqer at Madrid has succeeded in negotiating a treaty with Spain for the abolition of the Slave Trade. By the new treaty it is provided that ships prepared for the reception of slaves (though there be none on board) ar
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
WRIT DE VENTRE INSPICIENDO.

WRIT DE VENTRE INSPICIENDO.

Our attention .directed in the beginning of last week to a question which came before the Vice-Chancellor's Court—" In re Ann Fox." The matter appears to have been argued by the Counsel for Mrs. Fox with equal good sense and good feeling, and to have been treated by the Court as
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, July 7.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, July 7.

John Sevencroft Blomfield, a respectable-looking man, aged 41, described in the calendar as a clergy man , was in di c t e d f or stealing a pair of gold spectacles, value 20s, the property of Charles Douglas. The prisoner, it appeared, was no very distant relation of a dignitar
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENTS,

INSOLVENTS,

TO BE HEARD AT THE COURT-HOUSE IN PORTUGAL-STREET, ON FRIDAY, THE 24TH DAY OF JULY, AT NINE O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON. Charles Garlick, linendraper—William Jones, coachman—Robert Thoburn, tobacconist—William Lawrence, perfumer—The Rev. James Harris, clerk—David Isaacs, furrier—Joh
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England