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WEEKLY CALENDAR.

WEEKLY CALENDAR.

Oct. 17. Sun rises minutes after 6 o'clock,' and sets * nutes after 5. t\fi 18. Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity—Lessons Morning service, Ezekiel 20, Luke service, Ezekiel 24, Galatians 4. St. Luke—Lessons for the Morning service, siasticus 51, Luke Evening service, J Galatians 4
October 15, 1835 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
YESTERDAY'S WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.

YESTERDAY'S WAKEFIELD CORN MARKET.

The supply of Grain to day is moderate. We hay c not experienced much activity tiie Wheat market, yet vrriation can he stated in the value either old or new. Barley in good request, and extra fine parcels are ls dearer, other sorts steady. Oats, Shelling, and Beans, have not alt
October 17, 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
O'CONNELL AND THE MINISTRY.

O'CONNELL AND THE MINISTRY.

With regird to O'Connell, he is carrying his game so highly that some the Ministerial papers begin to fear lie will swamp his friends and eievate their opponents. The following are extracts from a speech which has just made a meeting of the Dublin " Trades Union." Spei'king the
October 17, 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
W. I. BARKER AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER COM MISSION AG EX. HAS ON SALE, TWENtVemfev in the Durham and Sunderland Company. TEN

W. I. BARKER AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER COM MISSION AG EX. HAS ON SALE, TWENtVemfev in the Durham and Sunderland Company. TEN

SHARES in the Sunderland Joist Stock Premium Association. _ TEN SHARES in the Sunderland Subscription Gas Light Company. TWO SHARES in the Sunderland Arcade. each of which confers a Vote for the County : and will pay Ten per Cent. FORTY SHARES in the North of England Joint Stock
October 17, 1835 - Newcastle Journal - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
VARIETIES.

VARIETIES.

-»» Hospital the anniversary of the nffii^ ,he Chanel, Bnti.l, fleet, 'the , '"'i™' uncan •some time been unommie has for deatroyed fey Bre . Fnday night almost totally Country people, who are ake care ofth e weather, de ?are£, ar ft ,n()?t U»D any other day . "f.. t more rain f
October 17, 1835 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Country Markets.

Country Markets.

CHIXTI-.MIA.'J, THURSDAY, Dcrotten 8. New Wheat ... 4s Oil 5s Reef 61 to . Old Wheal .7 Mutton to Harley ■htOdVa' Veal... —........ (id to id Oats fid 4s lIJI (Id to 5s (id Od} 7 id Hay 31 10s to 41 ■tf' Ton. PRICK (IK 11READ—Wbeaten,id—Standard Wheaton. Hotter. V, to 161—l.ys,
October 15, 1835 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
FOREIGN.

FOREIGN.

Although distrust of nearly the entire nation appears to occupy King Louis Philip, suspicion of the fidelity of the sub-officers of the army is his predominating; feeling at present. the papers wc find some bitter remarks on the petty vengeance exercised on tliree young serjeant
October 17, 1835 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR BERKS, Oct. 5.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR BERKS, Oct. 5.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT FOR BERKS, Oct. The harvest being finished, and the weather suitable, tlw> wheat sowing has in i igbt'Vanirtrt, and the upland farmer is uow busy with horses auc! men was the middle of August. A great deal of wheat has been sown during the last week, ';nd befo
October 17, 1835 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Friday morning a partridge, being closely pursued by a hawk, dashed through window the back of Mr. Compigne's house London-street,

Friday morning a partridge, being closely pursued by a hawk, dashed through window the back of Mr. Compigne's house London-street,

and was taken unhurt. The window being of plate glass must have offered considerable resistance to the bird, and her passing through it safely singular, as many similar instances the violence the blow has been fatal. Wednesday an inquest was held at Newlands, Hurst, before J as.
October 17, 1835 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ACHROMAT 1C OXY-HYDROGEN* M E WT.O.RI IA M V’SWKiB?

ACHROMAT 1C OXY-HYDROGEN* M E WT.O.RI IA M V’SWKiB?

ACHROMAT 1C OXY-HYDROGEN* E WT.O.RI IA HOLLAND & Co’S. (FROM LO\JH>\,) GRAND ACHROMATIC lIYDRO-OXYGEN MICROSCOPE, THE LARGEST, MOST I’lUVl'llFl'l.. AND MOST WSIIXCT IN I intense light pioduced the comhnslion of these Gasses on Eimc, recommended by Lieut. Diicmmono, for the I Humi
October 17, 1835 - Carlisle Patriot - Carlisle, Cumberland, England