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We had a very' rather heavy. First. Second... ..... Third .... Ave Beef, per lb. Os, 0 0 0 nr.

We had a very' rather heavy. First. Second... ..... Third .... Ave Beef, per lb. Os, 0 0 0 nr.

fallow. cwt. 31 .I,2u,rterit Loaf 0 Potatoes. 1111,. 0
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS. Mr. John 'Wilson Croker, although ostensibly retired from public life, and quietly enjoying his pension

SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS. Mr. John 'Wilson Croker, although ostensibly retired from public life, and quietly enjoying his pension

and sinecures, is, nevertheless, under-ground, an active writer on behalf of the Tories. All the world know that he entertains forlorn hopes of the re-appearance of " Conservatives " on the stage of Government, for any considerable period ; and that he privately ridiculed the la
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
(COURT CIRCULAR) Their Majesties left town at half-past eleven o'clock on Saturday moreing, ia a carriage and four, for the

(COURT CIRCULAR) Their Majesties left town at half-past eleven o'clock on Saturday moreing, ia a carriage and four, for the

Palace at Kew. Lady Bedingtield, Miss Hope Johnstone, Sir Henry 'Wheatley, and Sir Andrew Barnard, Earls Howe and Denbieh, Colonel Bowati: r and Miss Wilson, followed in two carriages ad four. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived at Kew at half-past one o'clock, and lunched
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
RIDLER'S BELL and CROWN TAVERN anei lIOTEL, HOLBORN, the best DINNERS may behad at the most moderate prices, or sent

RIDLER'S BELL and CROWN TAVERN anei lIOTEL, HOLBORN, the best DINNERS may behad at the most moderate prices, or sent

to Gentlemen in Chambers, in the Inns of Court, &c. The primest joints ready daily from one o'clock, at is 3d. The Hotel department is quite distinct, of very great extent, and newly fitted up with every regard to comfort and convenience, and with an excellent additional coffee
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
- - MR. COOPER'S NEW WORK. In 3 post Svo, THE MO KIN N S. By J. FENIMORE COOPER, Author

- - MR. COOPER'S NEW WORK. In 3 post Svo, THE MO KIN N S. By J. FENIMORE COOPER, Author

of " The Spy, " The Pilot," &e. IS PUBLISHED THIS DAY. Richard Bentley, 8, New Burlington-street. NEW WORK, EDITED DACRE. This day are published, in 3 vole post Bvo, TALES OF THE PEERAGE AND THE PEASANTRY. By the Author of " The Chaperon." Richard Bentley, 8, New Burlington-stre
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. MAXWELL'S NEW WOltK. Just published, in 3 vole post tivo, E. IVI By the Author of" Stories of Waterloo,"

MR. MAXWELL'S NEW WOltK. Just published, in 3 vole post tivo, E. IVI By the Author of" Stories of Waterloo,"

&c. "This novel is one of the best of the season. There is a glow about it, a cordial warmth of heart, and a never-failing flow of animation and good spirits, which are very delightful. We accompany the hero with great satisfaction through many scenes of fun and frolic described
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
HAY MA RKETS—SATVRDAY. SMITHFIELD.—Coarse heavy Lowland Meadow Hay, from 4/ to 4/ 53 ; New Meadow Hay, 3/ lOs to

HAY MA RKETS—SATVRDAY. SMITHFIELD.—Coarse heavy Lowland Meadow Hay, from 4/ to 4/ 53 ; New Meadow Hay, 3/ lOs to

4155; useful old ditto, at 15, to 51; fine Upland Meadow and Rye Grass Hay from 5/5s to 5/ 15s; New Clover Hay, 4/ is to 4/ 15s ; Old Clover Hay, generally, from 41 15s to 51155; very fine old ditto, 61; Oat Straw from 2/ to 2/ 2s : heat Straw from 2!4s to 2/ 8s per load of 36 t
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
_ Freehold, Smith-street, King's-road, Chelsea.—By Mr. CAFE, at Ganaway's, on FRIDAY, July 17, at Twelve (by order of the Executors),

_ Freehold, Smith-street, King's-road, Chelsea.—By Mr. CAFE, at Ganaway's, on FRIDAY, July 17, at Twelve (by order of the Executors),

AFreehold House, No. 6, Smith -street, let to Mr. Terry, for three years from Lady-day, 1835, at per annum 331.—May be viewed by permission of the tenant; particulars had of Mr. Finch, solicitor, Dean-street, Soho; at Garraway's ; and of Mr. Cafe, Great Marlborough-street. A Ren
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Life Assurance Policies. MR. SHUTTLEWORTH is instructed by the Assignees of Mr. Jacob Newberry to include in the Periodical Sale

Life Assurance Policies. MR. SHUTTLEWORTH is instructed by the Assignees of Mr. Jacob Newberry to include in the Periodical Sale

of Reversionary Interests, Policies, &c. appointed to take place at the Mart, on FRIDAY, July 24, at Twelve, TWO POLICIES for ..el,OOO each, effected with the Amicabl e S oc i ety , Sergeant's Inn, in 1827 and 1828, on the life of a gentleman now in the 59th year of his age. Ann
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Leasehold Estates Gray's Inn-road and Bagnigge Wells, held for terms, at groun d rents.—By Messrs. WARLTERS and Co. ' at

Leasehold Estates Gray's Inn-road and Bagnigge Wells, held for terms, at groun d rents.—By Messrs. WARLTERS and Co. ' at

Garr!". way's, 'Change-alley, TO-MORROW, July 14, at Twelve, In Two Lots, " order of the Mortgagee, ARespectable House and Premises, No. 3, Pearl-terra_ i c e ' Eagnigge Wells, let to Mr. Archer, at 30/ per annum, four Pun houses, Nos. 32, 33, 39, and 45, Harrison-street, Gray's
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England