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THE DAILY PRESS.

THE DAILY PRESS.

The Stamp Office returns for two years past ha> during the week. They show the following gen. r*| to the comparative circulation of Conservative ami l> dailv journals :— CONSERVATIVE. !>■ It! Timesand Mail . 1,4<H>,997 Herald and English Chronicle 1,1H7,#0j Chronicle and Evening
October 10, 1835 - West Kent Guardian - London, London, England
 
Literary and Philosophical Institution.

Literary and Philosophical Institution.

Mr. Gale deliveredJiis second lecture Jurisprudence before Utc members this Institution Tuesday evening. The followingVcport.ot the lecture will fou-;d to contain the principal ■argumcWls Advanced the learned gentleman on tliis part the Gcntlemen.—ln former lecture T minted that
October 8, 1835 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
THE GREAT STAFFORDSHIRE ESTATE.

THE GREAT STAFFORDSHIRE ESTATE.

Tut following commentary of Mr. George Robins will not be unacceptable to many our monied friends and the great capitalist: Custom, late years, seems to have rendered it quite a matter of course to introduce a few preliminary remarks, with view to illumine a purchaser, before he
October 8, 1835 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
CASTLE OF EXRTER.— Friday. The Tender Passion. Henry Wilcrcks was summoned Elizali Smith, to answer charge of assault under somewhat

CASTLE OF EXRTER.— Friday. The Tender Passion. Henry Wilcrcks was summoned Elizali Smith, to answer charge of assault under somewhat

perculiar circcmstances. The complainant is servant with Mr. Juhn Gould, Pollimore, about sixtienyears of age and of abuxonand attracive appearance; the delcnJantiaa youth of about nineteen, and appears to be deeply smitten with the charms of the fair complainant. Complainant st
October 8, 1835 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
COMBMARTIN, Dsvox. BE SOLD PvLlic Auction, the Kind's Arms Inn, in the town of ComlnvxTiiu, Wednesday the fourth day of

COMBMARTIN, Dsvox. BE SOLD PvLlic Auction, the Kind's Arms Inn, in the town of ComlnvxTiiu, Wednesday the fourth day of

November next, bv four o'clock U» the Afternoon, All those .Two desirable Dwelling Houses, with the Orchard and Garden thereto heWiatj and adjoining called Barn's or Ley's Laid, situate withtu the borough, manor, and parish of Qsmbtaarlin aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mrs.
October 8, 1835 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
POSTSCRIPT.

POSTSCRIPT.

LONDON, Friday morning, Oct. 9. CORN AVERAGES SATURDAY LAST. Imperial Weekly Average. W heat J Oats 19s 9<! I Beans 31s 5d Barley SU Rye lOd | Peas 35s lid Aggregate Average ofthe Six Weeks, which regulates duty. "heat 6d Oats 20s 9J I an » 36, fid Barley 27s | Rye 3d | Peas Dut
October 10, 1835 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
SALES BY AUCTION. WILBERFOSS. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. VAILE, On TUESDAY, the Day of October, 1835, at the

SALES BY AUCTION. WILBERFOSS. BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. VAILE, On TUESDAY, the Day of October, 1835, at the

House of Barnes, the Sign the Coach and Horses, in Wilberfoss aforesaid, at Three o'Clock the Afternoon, ALL those THREE CLOSE£of excellent LAND situate near Wilberfoss late in occupation of Mr. Richard Owner, deceased. *«* For further Particulars, Mr. Wm. Sherwood, Kexby Bridge
October 10, 1835 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
For the Yorkshire, Gazette. RAMBLE*. Inscribed, with the greatest respect, to Ross Campbell, Esquire, Dungannon. Some love to ramble in

For the Yorkshire, Gazette. RAMBLE*. Inscribed, with the greatest respect, to Ross Campbell, Esquire, Dungannon. Some love to ramble in

the flowery grove, Hid from the Sun intermingling trees; Others across the sparkling heath to rove, And feel the freshness of mountain breeze; Whilst idler spirits love to 101 l at ease, Some far rite tree's far spreading boughs beneath ; But the churchyard love, beyond as these
October 10, 1835 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
STATIONS OF THE ARMY.

STATIONS OF THE ARMY.

(From the United Service Journal for October.) [Where two places are mentioned, the last named that at which the depots of the regiments arc stationed.] Life Guards—Regent's Park I 43rd Foot—New Brunswick • 2d ditto—Hyde Park Clonmel Royal Horse Guards—Windsor ditto—Bengal; Chat
October 10, 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Oct. 6.

FROM TUESDAY'S GAZETTE, Oct. 6.

, ~ ' BANKRUPTS. Fenner Hobson, London street, corn factors. Oct 13 at half. StThob "asi Apostle at " S ° lS Stevens and Co, Little John Blackman street. South wark, draper, Oct 12, and Nov 1/ at 11. Sols Messrs Turner Basing lane. Richard Woods Cambridge, builder, Oct 13 and No
October 10, 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England