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ALDERMASTON FAIR. Notice is hereby given, that no BOOTHS will be allowed to be Erected at this Fair, which takes

ALDERMASTON FAIR. Notice is hereby given, that no BOOTHS will be allowed to be Erected at this Fair, which takes

place Tuesday, the 13th instant, without an application being made Mr. K. Hicky.an, at Alderm&ston, before the day of the Fair, end that no-Booth will be allowed to interfere with the road ihroupb the village. Effectual means will also be taken prevent repetition of the riotous
October 10, 1835 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
CLOSE OF O'CONNELL'S PROGRESS

CLOSE OF O'CONNELL'S PROGRESS

THE LEEDS TIMES, Saturday, October 10. Mr. O'Connell has terminated his triumphal propress and returned to Ireland. Wherever he has gone, his reception has been of the most rapturous character, the people have thronged to meet him, and have hailed his coming with heartfelt joy.
October 10, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
WESLEYAN METHODIST CONTROVERSY.

WESLEYAN METHODIST CONTROVERSY.

(From the Manchester Times.) What is a Werleyan Methodist ? In what light does he wish others to regard him—and what is the standard by which he measures himself ? These are questions ne is hound to answer, and to answer in such words as, though they may he gain-said, cannot lie
October 10, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
ROCHDALE.

ROCHDALE.

Unitarian Sunday School.—On Sunday last, two sermons were preached in the Unitarian Chapel, Glover-street, Rochdale, by the Rev. F. Howarth, when £15 was collected in aid of the Sunday school. Sunday School Sermons—On Sunday last, two sermons were preached in the Wesleyan Chapel
October 10, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LITERARY REVIEW.

THE LITERARY REVIEW.

The PROVIDENCE at GOD ILLUSTRATED, By the Author of History is All Ages. Harrrliton, Adams, and Co., London-; Knight, Leeds. 1834. This work is appropriated to the establishment of the doctrine of a Particular Providence, by narrations illustrative of its operation in the govern
October 10, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
TO I'LAX & WORSTED SPINNERS, MACHINE MAKERS, IRONFOUNDERS Mc TO BE LET, in the Market Town of Otley, suitable PREMISES

TO I'LAX & WORSTED SPINNERS, MACHINE MAKERS, IRONFOUNDERS Mc TO BE LET, in the Market Town of Otley, suitable PREMISES

for the above Businesses, or others requiring Room and Power, which may be had on a Lease. The Size of the Building is 41 Feet by 25, and there are Two Cellars. Also, t o be SOLD, an entirely NEW STEAM ENGINE, of Three Horse Power, made on the newest and best Principle., which m
October 10, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
Day is Published, by JAIvdKS Y. KNIGHT, 39, BRIGGATE, LEEDS, AY Demy 12mo. Cloth Boards, price /s. 6d. nfhlE PROVIDENCE

Day is Published, by JAIvdKS Y. KNIGHT, 39, BRIGGATE, LEEDS, AY Demy 12mo. Cloth Boards, price /s. 6d. nfhlE PROVIDENCE

OF GOD ILLUS- X TRATED. By the Author of History in all Ages. XI. Royal 32m0., Silk. Price 2s. fid. LEISURE MUSINGS and DEVOTIONAL MEDITATIONS, In humble Strains of Poetry. By the Rev. JAMES HOLME, A.B. Perpetual Curate of St Mary's Church, Low Harrogate tit Foolscap Bvo., Cloth
October 10, 1835 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WEST INDIAN PLANTERS,

THE WEST INDIAN PLANTERS,

AND THE MARQUIS OF SLIGO. By the Jamaica Papers, we learn that the mem- hers of the Legislative Chamber of that island (alias. the Planters and Slave Dealers) have insulted the Governor-General, and through him, the King ot England, by a most impudent address. They have, however
October 10, 1835 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
A MAN KILLED BY FIGHTING.

A MAN KILLED BY FIGHTING.

On Monday evening, an inquest was holden before Mr. John Lofthouse, at the house of Mr William Lassey, Albion Inn, Wortley, near Leeds, on view of the body of Isaac A udsley, who was a slubber at the Butter Bown-mill in the township of Farnley. and who came to his death near the
October 10, 1835 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
MARKETS, &c.

MARKETS, &c.

(Continued from the Fourth Page.) T , CORN EXCHANGE (Wednesday.) The Wheat trade is very dull, but the prices of Mon- day are nominally supported. In Barley there is little doing and no alteration from our former prices. The arrivals of Oats are inconsiderable, ar.d factors dema
October 10, 1835 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England