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The Grecian Coffee House and Hotel, Devereux-court, Strand. MR. SHUTTLEWORTH has received insbuctions to submit for SALE by AUCTION, at

The Grecian Coffee House and Hotel, Devereux-court, Strand. MR. SHUTTLEWORTH has received insbuctions to submit for SALE by AUCTION, at

the Mart, on THURSDAY, July 16, at Twelve (unless previously disposed of by Private Contract, for which every facility will be given, and in the event of which the purchaser will have the option of taking the household furniture and effects at a fair valuation), a LEASEHOLD ESTA
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
MARGATE at TWELVE Daily, from LONDONBRIDGE.—FamiIies wishing to avoid crowded opposition Vessels are respectfully informed that late packets run daily

MARGATE at TWELVE Daily, from LONDONBRIDGE.—FamiIies wishing to avoid crowded opposition Vessels are respectfully informed that late packets run daily

at Twelve, in addition to the early packets for Margate at Nine on Sundays, at halfpast Nine or Ten on week days, and to Ramsgate at half-past Nine.
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
-- BACON, CHEESE, &c.—Fine Westphalia Hams, just imported, qd ; smal: York hams, 8d ; the mild Hampshire bacon, by

-- BACON, CHEESE, &c.—Fine Westphalia Hams, just imported, qd ; smal: York hams, 8d ; the mild Hampshire bacon, by

the quarter side, 6d Bath chops, 6d i excellent family cheese, 6d; the best Chedder, Cheshire, and loaf cheese, 8d ; Dorset butter, is; the Vale of Aylesbury fresle bat ter, Is and Is 2el. Dclivered daily by GADSIWN and Co., 273, for:,.-street. jj B. FEARON'S LIGHT CLARET 28s pe
July 13, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
(ILAIM of the FREE INHABITANTS of NEW SOUTH WALES to a LEGISLATIVE ASSEAIBLY. TO THE HONOURABLE THE COMMONS OF THE

(ILAIM of the FREE INHABITANTS of NEW SOUTH WALES to a LEGISLATIVE ASSEAIBLY. TO THE HONOURABLE THE COMMONS OF THE

UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, IN PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED. THE HUMBLE PETITION OF THE FREE INHABITANTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES. We, his Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, free inhabitants ofNew South Wales, assembled at a public meeting , duly convened by the Sheri
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
THE SUN, LONDON, MONDAY, JULY 13, 1835.

THE SUN, LONDON, MONDAY, JULY 13, 1835.

COURT CIRCULAR. Their Majesties left town at half-past eleven o'clock on Saturday morning, in a carriage and four, for the Palace at Kew. Lady Bedingfeld, Miss Hope Johnstone, Sir Henry Wheatley, Sir Andrew Barnard, Earls Howe and Denbigh, Colonel Bowater and Miss Wilson, follow
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
suistical letter addressed by Dr. Murray to Lord Mel- bourne, for the purpose of exonerating the Roman Catholic Hierarchy of

suistical letter addressed by Dr. Murray to Lord Mel- bourne, for the purpose of exonerating the Roman Catholic Hierarchy of

Ireland from the disgrace and guilt of having sanctioned the principles and promoted the circulation of that flagitious and polluted treatise. It was demonstrated beyond the possibility of doubt or cavil, that the book in question is calculated to diffuse the spirit of tyrannica
July 13, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE 7d. FROM FRIDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

PRICE 7d. FROM FRIDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED, J. and W. Bennett, Wandsworth, coal-merchants—Leighton and Son, Exmouth-stredt, Clerkenwell, bookbinders—Broughton and Sisterson, New Park-street, Southwark, blacksmiths—T. Mack and J. Butler, Blackheath-road, Greenwich, agricultural implement-makers—Arun
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. NEWMARKET JULY MEETING-TUESDAY. Sweepstakes of 10 sovs each, for 3 yr olds; colts, Bst 6th; and fillies Bst 31b. T.Y.C. 4 subscribers. -- - Colonel Peel's Cas . taway 1 Lord Exeter's f Albania 2 Mr. R. Stephenson's gr f by Cannel 3 Won in a canter by two l
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
JUVENILE OFFENDERS,

JUVENILE OFFENDERS,

The Duke of RICHMON D presented a petition from the magistrates assembled at Quarter Sessions in the county of Warwick, which complained of the heavy charge on the county rates for criminal prosecutions; that of the persons charged with felony a large proportion was for felonies
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

DISTRESS IN IRELAND.

Mr. S. CRAWFORD presented two petitions from places in Mayo, complaining of distress, stating that there were at the present moment no fewer than 5,000 persons in danger of starving, out of a population of 11,000, and praying for the institution of poor-laws in Ireland.
July 13, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England