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WESTMINSTER SESSIONS•

WESTMINSTER SESSIONS•

After the Grand Jury had been sworn and charged , application was made by Mr. C. Philips (with whom Messrs. Clarkson and Bodkin) on the part of Peter Stretch, who stood indicted for keeping a house for purposes of gaming, in the parish of St. James , to foe the recognizances unt
October 16, 1835 - Sun (London) - London, London, England
 
kath MERCHANTS AND SCHOOLS. shed, in One Vol. 12,n0., neatly bound, price 35., CO ' ,I PLIE,TE SYSTEM of COMM

kath MERCHANTS AND SCHOOLS. shed, in One Vol. 12,n0., neatly bound, price 35., CO ' ,I PLIE,TE SYSTEM of COMM

ER. ARITHMETIC, containing a new and improved Ttipti o ii" the Theory of the Science, with an extensive '"lir e .aee o . Principles to the various branches of Corn- fo rdin g to the existing practices of trade, and nuttier Perform g A.elltali Calculations. By ‘VILLIAM TATE, jun.
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IRON RAILWAYS.

IRON RAILWAYS.

Bolton and Leigh - - - 1001. Canterbury and Whitstable - 01. Cheltenham • - - - - 1001. sh. Clarence . - - ' - 1001. sh. all pd Cromford and Peak Forest - 1001. sh. Forest Dean - - - Grand Junction • - 1001. sh. 401. pd Great Western - - 1001. sh. 51. pd Hartlepool - - sh. 1001.
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ROBBERY OF PLATE.

ROBBERY OF PLATE.

SINGULAR RECOVERY OF A GREAT PORTION OF THE PRopERTy_On Sunday night last, or early on Monday morning, the mansion of Capel Cure, Esq., near Ongar, Essex, was entered by some thieves forcing open one of the windows, and plate of various descriptions, amounting to from 801. to 10
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
TUE OARS.

TUE OARS.

15 to 2 agst Lord WiUtiles Ilequest filly; 15 to .2 agst Mr. Gre- Nlaritudade. FRIDAY. Handicap Sweepstakes, of sovereigns each for 3yr olds and upwards. T.Y.C. 8 subscrit;er,. Du!ze of Itutla:,s cby Cat coo, out or Dario:at*, 3 yrs. 7*t I ilb ------ . 1 (701. Castaway. 3 yrs, B
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE NEW HIGHWAY ACT. T TO FARMERS, SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS, t A W ARDENS AND ALL OWNERS OF WAGGONS, CARTS,

THE NEW HIGHWAY ACT. T TO FARMERS, SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS, t A W ARDENS AND ALL OWNERS OF WAGGONS, CARTS,

11 S ACT, which conbolidates the Law on t e e I t ; h„,e SUbje t, and renders parties contravening its enactto nunierous penalties, materially concerns the S. It will be published in full in THE FARMER'S MAGAZINE, of NOVEMBER, with a Copious Index and Notes, 1 4 a , N eXt;Nitio
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BOURSE AND FUNDS.

BOURSE AND FUNDS.

The following are the last prices : French Five per Cents. 108 f. 40c. cash, 108 f. 50c. end of October; Three per Cents. 81f. 95c. cash, 82f. sc. end of October. Spanish Five per Cents. 331, Three per Cents. 20i ; Cortes 32, Differe 14i, Emprunt 41i. SPAIN. (Private Corresponde
October 15, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
35 5 38 1 3,5 11 7 47

35 5 38 1 3,5 11 7 47

October 15, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BANKRUPTS to surrender in the COUNTRY

BANKRUPTS to surrender in the COUNTRY

BAHR, Charles Lewis, Liverpool, ship-broker ' Oct. 21, Nov. 24, at one, at the Clarendon Rooms, Liverpool. Attorneys, Mr. Chester. Staple or Mr. Davenport, Liverpool. BOUTLAND,IViIIiam. of Bin-quay, Durham, ship-builder, Nov. 4, at eleven, Nov. 21, at one, at the Commission Room
October 15, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MRS. TROLLOPE'S NEW WORK. This day is published, in Three Vols., post 13v0., TREMORDYN CLIFF. By FRANCES TROLLOPE, Author of

MRS. TROLLOPE'S NEW WORK. This day is published, in Three Vols., post 13v0., TREMORDYN CLIFF. By FRANCES TROLLOPE, Author of

" Domestic Manners of the Americans,"&c. " A tale of much and deep interest. The incidents produce that eternation of hope and fear, curiosity and gratiiica.ion, which lead the fancy captive from the beg ^ning to the end."— Times. '• In addition to the biting sarcasm, and laughi
October 15, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England