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October 21, 1835 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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October 21, 1835 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE TO LONDON. THE LADY FEVERSHAM, 450 Vivi, G. WEBSTER, Commander, will be dispatched early in November

FOR FREIGHT OR PASSAGE TO LONDON. THE LADY FEVERSHAM, 450 Vivi, G. WEBSTER, Commander, will be dispatched early in November

, calling at Tellicherry and Cannanore, &orries a Surgeon—Apply to Captain WEBSTER, on board, or at Messrs. DIROM CARTER and Co's. Office, where plans of the Cabins may be had. Bombay, 21st Oct., 1835.
October 21, 1835 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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October 17, 1835 - Bombay Gazette - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES.

SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES.

SLAVERY THE UNITED STATES. The accounts from New York, received on Tuesday, represent that the public mind continues in a state of violent excitement upon the question slavery and the measures of the Abolitionists. They absorb all other consideration*, even those relative to the
October 17, 1835 - Worcester Herald - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
WORCESTER HERALD.

WORCESTER HERALD.

FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 16. The Allotment System.—We are much gratified in being enabled to state that " The Agricultural Employ, Institution," for allotting small portions land to the deserving poor, for cultivation during their unemployed time, in the parishes wherein they reside
October 17, 1835 - Worcester Herald - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
COMMITMENTS.

COMMITMENTS.

(Committed to our County Gaol, by the Rev. R. H. Amphlett, Rev. W. Vernon, and W. H. Ricketts, Esq. William Cook, charged with stealing 3 cwt. of lead, the property of R. H. Watts, of Tardebigg ; Rev. J. Foley, and E. Sanderson, E«q. Joseph Nash, charged with stealing double-bar
October 17, 1835 - Worcester Herald - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
LUDLOW PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

LUDLOW PROTESTANT ASSOCIATION.

I n _ our Herald of the 3rd instant, we announced that a meeting took place at Ludlow the previous .Monday, for the purpose of hearing the Rev. 3lr. M'Ghee detail the principles of Popery, and of forming Protestant Association in that town. In reference to this meeting, are requ
October 17, 1835 - Worcester Herald - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
TO BE LET. \ And entered Ladv-dav next CAPITAL FARM of 230 ACRES and wards, PENSAX. this and now in

TO BE LET. \ And entered Ladv-dav next CAPITAL FARM of 230 ACRES and wards, PENSAX. this and now in

the occupation Mr. Thomas Waller; milei from Worcester, J Kidderminster, and from for particulars, apply the office rf the Journal. DOMESTIC economy. COOKE'S OLD-ESTABLISHED TURNING MANUFACTORY. established FtRMTIRE WAREHOUSE, LOSEMORE, (Opposite Silver-street Chapel,) F WORCEST
October 17, 1835 - Worcester Herald - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
GLEANINGS.

GLEANINGS.

The House of Peers.—The present constitution of the House of Lords furnishes choice of alteration* Besides the hereditary senators, there are senators for life, and senators elected for a period, and rotatory senators. Of the first class are the Irish Representative Peers, who a
October 17, 1835 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England