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WHEREAS by a Decree of the Court of Chancery, at Durham, bearing date the ihird day of September instant, made

WHEREAS by a Decree of the Court of Chancery, at Durham, bearing date the ihird day of September instant, made

the bearing ot Cause there depending, wherein HOM AS REED, the Younger, and another are Complainants,and JONATHAN BACKHOUSE and others, Defendants, it was (among other thinjp) referred to JOHN GREGSON, the City Durham, Gentleman, the Registrar of the said Court, to enquire wheth
October 9, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
STEAM COXTETAXCE

STEAM COXTETAXCE

Between SUNDERLAND A LONDON. THE ABERDEEN and LONDON BHIPFINO COMPANY'S splendid, and powertu) new Steam Ship, the esrr or Asmtnmr. Of upward, of Thrto Horae Power, Will arrive in SUNDERLAND ROADS, for Y. the Utb ot October, befwwft and seven octock la the morning, (weather perm
October 9, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
DAVISON’S FAMILY APERIENT S M.tCiiXC VEOETARLE PILLS. THESE PILLS have been in use with the Public ever since the year

DAVISON’S FAMILY APERIENT S M.tCiiXC VEOETARLE PILLS. THESE PILLS have been in use with the Public ever since the year

a period upwards years, and have been very extensively and efficaciously used, by the most delicate of either sex, with the greatest benefit in Head-aches of every description, Dimness of Sight, Drowsiness, Disinclination Exer- Uon, Depression of Spirits, Indigestion, Flatulence
October 9, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
ARGUS LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 39. Throgmorton Street, London. 63. King Street, Manchester. 6, Exchange Street, East, Liverpool. CAPITAL £3OOOOO. IN

ARGUS LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY 39. Throgmorton Street, London. 63. King Street, Manchester. 6, Exchange Street, East, Liverpool. CAPITAL £3OOOOO. IN

THREE THOUSAND SHARES, OF XlOO. EACH. Much lower rates of assurance than those of any other Office, will found the original and extensively-varied Tables of this Company.
October 9, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
AUDITORS.

AUDITORS.

Two andilots are to annually elected on Ist of Mareb, form similar to that for councillors, and with the same quaUHeatiuu. No councillor is eligible auditor, nor is the town-clerk treasurer. burgess is vote for more than one. Occasional vacancies to tilled within ten days. The a
October 9, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
CORONER.

CORONER.

A coroner is to appointed by the council every borough where u separate court quarter sessions is holden, within ten days after the grant such court, lie not to beau alderman or councillor. His appointment is to lie during good behaviour. PEACE. •This oflit t?r Uto mimed eouncil
October 9, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORK.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE OF CORK.

GENERAL AVERAGE PRICE CORK. IMPERIAL WEKKI.V AVERAGE. Wheat ... 7d I Rye ... Harioy ... liuaus Oats ... .. 4tl I Peas ... AGGREGATE AVERAGE SIX WEEKS, WHICH GOVERNS . 6<l KKI . 0d ... I Rye ... ... 27s 7d Beans .. 21* fid I Peas .. DUTY ON FOREIGN CORN. 47s fid I Rye ... .. 2ls 4
October 9, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MEETING RELATIVE TO THE ELECTION OF A TOWN COUNCIL FOR THE BOROUH.

MEETING RELATIVE TO THE ELECTION OF A TOWN COUNCIL FOR THE BOROUH.

MIS"W'QNG RELATIVE TO THE rlL:CTXON OF A TOWN COZNCIL Faal TaS 1RROUSI.| le On Thursday last, at twelve o'clock, a meeting, sts id tiltg of a large number of the most ?? inhabitants 01 o thle town, ot tall pa~rties, want held at thle Asseenbly Roorn ~r of tine Dull [tn, in pursin
October 10, 1835 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
WHAT IS TO BE DONE WITH THE HOUSE OF LORDS?

WHAT IS TO BE DONE WITH THE HOUSE OF LORDS?

WHAT IS TO BE DONE WITH THE JHOUSE OF LORDS? TulE INEWAnR DsNNEr.-Amongst the many reports of the meetings reforming and conservative, and the many tributes paid to members of the House of Commons by their constituents, few are more important than the dinner given to Mr. Sergeant
October 8, 1835 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE MALT DUTY.

THE MALT DUTY.

We last week published a statement which we found in the papers, tbat the Excise Commissioners had re- commended the reduction of the Malt Duty by one half; but we find that such recommendation was abso- lutely qualified by a condition that the restriction on the supply of forei
October 14, 1835 - Bury and Norwich Post - Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England