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October 17, 1835 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
DOUBLE-HEADED WONDERS!

DOUBLE-HEADED WONDERS!

AND IDOLS MEXICO! Itepresenting Gymuattic Groupes, Classical Pyramids, of Strength and Agility, with Wonderful Equilibriums! never before introduced into this City, accompanied Scenic Effects, Music, and New Decorations. The whole to conclude with the Laughable Farce of THE DEVI
October 17, 1835 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Friday, Oct. 16. ... at Braybrook, near Market Harboro', ]Key. B. Blunt, of son. Zs** MARRIED. . (by the Rer.

Friday, Oct. 16. ... at Braybrook, near Market Harboro', ]Key. B. Blunt, of son. Zs** MARRIED. . (by the Rer.

W. Singleton,) fin to Miss Sarah Crane, of Colsterworth. tbe Ist Inst, Mr. Henry Noble, \ English, both of that place. «» <he Ist Inst, Mr. Frederick Fields, aistor Mr. Henry aay, of Moulton. aJ*J*Sglass, Mr. Fras. Smith, to Miss Ann Dennis, Wednesday the 7th Inst, (by tbe Rev.
October 16, 1835 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE Commissioners in a Fiat in Bankruptcy awarded and issued against JOHN CUNNINGTON the elder, and JOHN CUNNINGTON the younger,

THE Commissioners in a Fiat in Bankruptcy awarded and issued against JOHN CUNNINGTON the elder, and JOHN CUNNINGTON the younger,

both of Spalding, in the county of Lincoln, Ironmongers, Dealers and Chapmen, Copartners, intend to meet, on Monday the Second of November next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, "at the White Hart Inn in Spalding aforesaid, in order to audit the accounts of the Assignees of the s
October 16, 1835 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Desirable INVESTMENT. FREEHOLD PROPERTY CITY of LIS COLN. To be SOLD by PRIVATE. CONTRACT, Together or in lota, to suit

Desirable INVESTMENT. FREEHOLD PROPERTY CITY of LIS COLN. To be SOLD by PRIVATE. CONTRACT, Together or in lota, to suit

the convenience of purchasers, ALL tbat valuable Freehold Property, consisting of the substantially and recently erected WESLEYAN CHAPEL, situated in the parish of St. Peter's at Arches, very neatly fitted up for the accommodation of a congregation of 900 persons; together with
October 16, 1835 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
PRGTES7'4NT COILMEMORATION.

PRGTES7'4NT COILMEMORATION.

-- - The third centenary of the printing of the Bible in the English tongue was commemorated at Carlisle Episcopal Chn Rev, J ames It. P age , Minister ol the Chapel, on the words — PO, Lambeth, when two serm ons were p reached by the "Thus 'Kith the Lord, stand ye in the ways a
October 20, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
MONDAY,

MONDAY,

Handicap Sweepstakes of 10 s - o - c 7 . — ea s ch, for three years old and up wards. D.M. - -- The Criterion of 20 soy. each, 20 ; for two years old; colts, Bst. 31b.; and fillies, Bst. llb ; from the Turn of the Lauds in. A winner of the July, Clearwell, or Prendergast Stakes
October 20, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
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October 19, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
Surrey.—Wickham Park, in the Parish of Addington, near West Wickham, three miles from Croydon, and twelve from London.-143 Mr. RAINY,

Surrey.—Wickham Park, in the Parish of Addington, near West Wickham, three miles from Croydon, and twelve from London.-143 Mr. RAINY,

at the Gallery, 14, Regent.street (the south entrance in the courtyard), on TticasnAv, Oct. 29, at Two o'Clock precisely, with immediate possession, and the option of taking the nearly new Household Furniture, Pictures, Farming Stock, &c., at a fair valuation, THE singularly des
October 19, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
sTATE OF IIIF. PRISONS AND PRISONERS.

sTATE OF IIIF. PRISONS AND PRISONERS.

sTATE PRISONS AND PRISONERS. The Chaplain of the county gaol in his report stated that the number of prisoners in the gaol had lately greatly increased, and he could only attribute it to the vest increase of population and want of employment, and the consequent idleness of the po
October 21, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England