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ANNUALS FOR IB3C. PubitthcO Ei!vuil Cliurlon, The oriental annual.— By the Rev. HOBART GAUNTER, 8.11. With Twentv-two lllu*tratit»iw, from Drawincn,

ANNUALS FOR IB3C. PubitthcO Ei!vuil Cliurlon, The oriental annual.— By the Rev. HOBART GAUNTER, 8.11. With Twentv-two lllu*tratit»iw, from Drawincn,

by W. DaaicUs Ksq.. R A. Elegantly Morocco, price .Cl In
October 11, 1835 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE ENGLISH ANNUAL.

THE ENGLISH ANNUAL.

Containing contributions by miwt the first authors of the day. Kinbellinhed with Slatecn Engravings. From paining* by Sir T. Lawrence, l*.H A.; W. Danlcll, R.A.; Mrs. Robertson. J. G. Middktuii, 11. Cullen. G. Steward, and Conway. In I vol. demy Bvo. superbly bound in Morocco, p
October 11, 1835 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
NEW WORK, BV MISS SEDGWICK. Just published. In 3 volt, price .Cl lls. 6d. The lin wood Or, Bt»ty Years

NEW WORK, BV MISS SEDGWICK. Just published. In 3 volt, price .Cl lls. 6d. The lin wood Or, Bt»ty Years

Since In America. B* the Author of •• Hope Lc*lie,” •• tie. A novel like the present is welcomed with down thankfulness "—Court Journal. CUurton, Public Library, 86, Hoi lost reet.
October 11, 1835 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGE

MARRIAGE

The Hon. ANTHONY HENRY ASHLEY COOPER, third son ot the Earl of Shaftesbury, and M.P. for Dorchester, to Miss JANE FRANCES, only daughter of R. PATTISON, Esq., of Wrackleford, Dorset.
October 11, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET.

MONEY MARKET.

The principal feature the money-market this week has been scarcity of capital, both for mercantile pur poses and Stock Exchange speculations. The rate| of interest has been as high as 5 per cent. The effect upon the funds has been limited, the prices having declined only per cen
October 11, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
NSW HUNGEHFORD MARKET, Oct. 8. Meadow Hay, 6ua. to ; Inferior,—s. to —s.; Clover, 759. to looa., Straw, 26*, 32a.

NSW HUNGEHFORD MARKET, Oct. 8. Meadow Hay, 6ua. to ; Inferior,—s. to —s.; Clover, 759. to looa., Straw, 26*, 32a.

at j»er load of trusses.
October 11, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
ANNUALS FOR 1836.

ANNUALS FOR 1836.

Published Edward Churton, 2fi, Holies street. rp HE ORIENTAL ANNUAL, A. By the Rev. Hobaht Gaunter, B. D. With twenty two illustrations, from Drawings, W. Daniell, E>q. R. A. Elegantly bound morocco, price Is. THE ENGLISH ANNUAL. Containing Contributions by most the first Author
October 11, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

THE BELL’S NEW WEEKLY MESSENGER.

RE-OPENING OF WATERLOO HOUSE, 69. 70, 71, St. Paul't Church Yard. The extensive alterations being completed, HALL and ALLAN wlB TOMORROW (the 13th inst.) Re-open this MAGNIr ICfcNT ESTABLISHMENT, with by far the largest, most valuable, and superb Stock of Goods ever introduced t
October 11, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
SPLENDID SHEFFIELD PLATE

SPLENDID SHEFFIELD PLATE

JAPANNED AND PAPER TEA-TRAVS. V/l ECHI, of No. 4, Leatieuhall-street, I.?JL Four Doors from CornhiU, is determined supply the public with the above, such quality and prices as shall merit their patronage and support. The Stock comprises all the richest and most finished patterns
October 11, 1835 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
JOHN BULL

JOHN BULL

themselves in certalh follies and absurdities which the Usurper, whom they and the rest of the Radicals had put upon the throne, has punished and put down, and would in all probability have shortened them by a head each, for committing, if they had not escaped to England, the Co
October 11, 1835 - John Bull - London, London, England