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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

. NEWMARKET FIRST OCTOBER MEETING. TtUESDAY.-The Grand Duke Michael Stakes of 50 sovs each, for 3 yr olds; colts, 8st 71 b; fillies, 8st 31b. A. ?? (19 subscribers.) Lord Jersey's Ibrahin, brother to Ishmael-Robinson ?? . 1 Lord Tavistock's f Oak A ppie, by Royal Oak ?? ?? ?? 2
October 4, 1835 - The Examiner - London, London, England
 
voting, which is —that, besides the freeholders of common right; all theinhabitants, householders, and residents ought to have a voice

voting, which is —that, besides the freeholders of common right; all theinhabitants, householders, and residents ought to have a voice

in the election; and this has been held to apply to all places, and , prevails, unless some other right, supported by prescription and constant•uSage beyond all Memory, can be *shown. In the reigns of MARY and ELIZABETH even the fair sex seem to have taken an active part in elec
October 4, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
ether may place them on the roll as he did the non-resident freemen. "If Mr. Martley's decision were acted on

ether may place them on the roll as he did the non-resident freemen. "If Mr. Martley's decision were acted on

in England, itiwould disfranchise three-fourths of the electors of London and Westminiter. It is preposterous to believe for a moment that such a con struction can be held or entertained by twelve Judges. Some hundreds of our fellow-citizens will be put to the inconvenience of a
October 4, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MR. D. W. HARVEY, M.P. FOR SOUTHWARK.

MR. D. W. HARVEY, M.P. FOR SOUTHWARK.

Mn. HARVEY was born in the county of Essex in 1786. He received the first rudiments of his education at a Dissenting school in his native county. In his 16th year, he was articled to Messrs: Wimbourn, Collet, and Co., of Chancery-lane, London. On coming of age in 1807, he took p
October 4, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
AN APPROPRIATE BANK.—We found, ou throwing our eyes over the Newry Telegraph the other day, the foltowing : • MONEYMORE.—A

AN APPROPRIATE BANK.—We found, ou throwing our eyes over the Newry Telegraph the other day, the foltowing : • MONEYMORE.—A

correspondent informs . us that a‘BriAnch of the Provincial Bank was . openedin this neat and flourishing little town on. Monday the 17th instant. The Right Hon. George Robert Dawson was present, and explained to. a considerable number of persons, as-- sembled on that occasion ;
October 4, 1835 - Age (London) - London, London, England
 
FOR CORNS AND BUNIONS

FOR CORNS AND BUNIONS

RAMSBOTTOM'S CORN and BUNION SOLVENT. By the use of this valuable remedy immediate' relief from pain is obtained, and, by its successive application for a short period, most obstinate corns are entirely removed, withmut recourse to the dangerous operations of cutting or filing.
October 4, 1835 - Age (London) - London, London, England
 
WATERLOO HOUSE, 69, St. Paul's Church-yard.— Wholesale Purchasers' and the Public are respectfully informed that HALL and ALLEN have just

WATERLOO HOUSE, 69, St. Paul's Church-yard.— Wholesale Purchasers' and the Public are respectfully informed that HALL and ALLEN have just

opened the largest and most valuable stock of New Goods ever offered to public notice, selected by their buyers for the Winter in the principal English and Continental Markets, under every advantage which influence and cash could command; the whole of which is ready for inspecti
October 4, 1835 - Age (London) - London, London, England
 
IX. A New Edition, with several Illustrations, from Drawings by Schetky, 2 vats. post Bvo. price 21s. THE NAVAL SKETCH-BOOK.

IX. A New Edition, with several Illustrations, from Drawings by Schetky, 2 vats. post Bvo. price 21s. THE NAVAL SKETCH-BOOK.

Second Series. By Captain Glascock, R.N. Author of ' Tales of a Tar, tic.' " All his books are excellent, but his last is best of all." "I ca him a Sea- Smollett." "—Blackwood's Magazine. X. In 2 large vols. 8v0.305. The HISTORY of ITALY, from the Fall of the Western Empire to t
October 4, 1835 - Age (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 4, 1835 - Age (London) - London, London, England
 
TUESDAY'S GAZETIE. INSOLVENTS. - J. WATSON, Leeds, brewer.—W. BURN, Uxbridge, grocer, and provision' merchant. F. HOWE, Margate, hotel keepe?. --

TUESDAY'S GAZETIE. INSOLVENTS. - J. WATSON, Leeds, brewer.—W. BURN, Uxbridge, grocer, and provision' merchant. F. HOWE, Margate, hotel keepe?. --

Sol. Willett, Essex-street, Strand.—W. SCAM ELL, Tottenham-court-road, leather-seller. Sol. Ellis, Corbet-court, Gracechurch. street.—T. NA 88, Manchester, auctioneer. Sol. Bower, Chancery-lane. —G. MAGGS. Bristol, linen-draper. Solo. Jenkins and Abbott, New-inn.—G. NICHOLSON, R
October 4, 1835 - Age (London) - London, London, England