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PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.

EILBOA, SEPT. 22. Since the departure of General Alava, on Saturday last, for Madrid, little of importance has occurred in the British Auxiliary Legion. It is now divided into four brigades, viz. The English Brigade, consisting of the Rifle Corps, the 6th Regiment, and the 9th (
October 1, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SECOND EDITION. This day is published, in fcp. Bvo. Bs., the 2d Edit. of THE FUDGES IN ENGLAND; Being a

SECOND EDITION. This day is published, in fcp. Bvo. Bs., the 2d Edit. of THE FUDGES IN ENGLAND; Being a

Sequel to the Fudge Family in Paris, By THOMAS BROWN, the Younger, &c. Author of the " Twopenny Post Bag, ke. &c. London : Longman, Rees, Orme, and Co.
October 1, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.

SPAIN AND PORTUGAL.

Clarita, Guerra 151 Cadiz R Rollo or Peirson & co Campeador, Gonzales 118 Ditto W H Wood Cornelia, Peek 103 Gibraltar G Yates BafbadosPlanter,Austin 292 San Sebastian Gibbs and co Ellen Jeninson, Irving 162 Lisbon J Bibby and Co Tagus, Wade 109 Ditto Vianna and Jones James Dunn,
October 6, 1835 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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October 6, 1835 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKVVALI, t iILWAY cd STEAM NAVIGATiON ANY. ST - 2( 3 .13 POUNDS, divided in _o of X. erct !rick

BLACKVVALI, t iILWAY cd STEAM NAVIGATiON ANY. ST - 2( 3 .13 POUNDS, divided in _o of X. erct !rick

Man :c Join Thacker, Esq. Ciiarles E. Mangles, Esq. j" - . 7 . .11 S ew. e - &(. Francis Wilson, Esq. iLs ( l. tet, asasusar,--Henry Kingseote, Esq. t B ANKERS—Messes. Ladbrokes and Co. 8 " - Ms. 1. anti S. Pearce and Co., and Mr. T. Browne. he i ,pel- tel ,,ENGltzsa—George Step
October 3, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON ADJOURNED SESSIONS, OCT. 1.

LONDON ADJOURNED SESSIONS, OCT. 1.

This morning these sessions were held, pursuant to adjotunment from the 21st ult., before the Recorder. Edward Jennings was indicted for assaulting John Livesey, in the month of Septemler last. John Livesey, the prosecutor, stated that he owns and conducts an omnibus from Stratf
October 3, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
By the Conservatives – – – 574 By the Radicals – – – – 157

By the Conservatives – – – 574 By the Radicals – – – – 157

By the Conservatives - - - 574 By the Radicals - - - - 157 Majority - - 417 .1 This majority will be increased. to 500 before the registration is over. Mr. Hume's majority in January last was 366. If the new claims, therefore, were merely of equal amount on each side, Mr. Hume's
October 3, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE SURGEON'S VADE-MECUM. This day is published, T HE LONDON SURGICAL POCKETBOOK. founded on the popular Lectures and Works of

THE SURGEON'S VADE-MECUM. This day is published, T HE LONDON SURGICAL POCKETBOOK. founded on the popular Lectures and Works of

the late Mr. ABERNETHY, Sir ASTLEY COOPF.R, Mr. LAWRENCE. and other distinguished Surgeons; sub-digested in the order of Causes, Symptoms, Chirurgical and Medical Treatment ; Diagnoses, Prognoses, Modes of Operation, and other Agents employed in Hospital and Private Practice; in
October 3, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE NEW NEW SHERIFFS.

THE NEW NEW SHERIFFS.

Yesterday the new Sheriffs, John Lainson, Esq., and David Salmons, Esq., were presented by the Recorder, in the Court of Exchequer, to the Cursitor Baron (George Banks, Esq.) for his Majesty's approbation, which was expressed by Mr. Baron Banks in the usual manner. The Sheriffs
October 1, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
LONDON-THURSDAY, OCT. 1.

LONDON-THURSDAY, OCT. 1.

The news received to-day from Spain is of considerable moment. We learn on no less authority than that of M. de Rayneval, the French ambassador at Madrid, that the Andalusian junta had determined on marching an army of 15,000 men against the capital; and the corps of 3000 men se
October 1, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England