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October 17, 1835 - Gloucestershire Chronicle - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
DISSOLUTIONS OP PARTNERSHIPS.

DISSOLUTIONS OP PARTNERSHIPS.

DISSOLUTIONS PARTNERSHIPS. R., G., and C. lUnliff, New Malton, Yorkshire, wine and spirit merchants—Grainger and ilder-i, Birmingiiam, aunreons—Roasiter and Rogers, Cheltenham, dealers in porter—Barker and Hewitt, Pendleton, Lancashire, surgeons—Doe and N. and G. Rogers, Worceste
October 17, 1835 - Gloucestershire Chronicle - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

London. Wednesday. The Conjol Market is 90591 for Money, and9l| for the Account. Omnium remains at 3£ The Settlement in the Foreign Market vesterday sed over without any defalcations and "the prices of most Securities closed at improved quotations. CLOSING PaiCKS O'CLOCK. Bank S
October 16, 1835 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
PKOSPECTIS or a JOINT STOCK BANKING COMPANY, TO CALLED THE Cheslilre At North Wales District Tl^nfc, Subscribed Capital ia Sh-trex

PKOSPECTIS or a JOINT STOCK BANKING COMPANY, TO CALLED THE Cheslilre At North Wales District Tl^nfc, Subscribed Capital ia Sh-trex

£'20 each. Paid up Capital, £21Xt,000. being a Share. HEAD OFFICE, CHESTER. THE passing the Act Geo. 4, c. forms a memorable epoch in our commercial hist- iy. Prior tliat time, the law, in order t«* secure the Dank of England an unwise monopolv, prolu loted the existence in Engl
October 16, 1835 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TO BUILDERS and others

TO BUILDERS and others

Lawrence & Co., sash makers, &c„ Established more than Twenty Years, at Pitfifxd Street Hoxton, and at Bread Street, Cheapside, REI)UCED prices for sashes, doors, &c., Warranted of the best Materials and Workmanship. for cash on delivery. (Per foot superficial). s. d. s. d. 1J I
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
* * v*> have veccived New York papers io the 241h ult, ▼ They brinsr a variety of iiitereslinff intelligence

* * v*> have veccived New York papers io the 241h ult, ▼ They brinsr a variety of iiitereslinff intelligence

from the South. We regret say that the atrocities committed under favour the“ Lynch law” continue disgrace some of the communities of (he Union which set up pretensions to civilization, and have till lately enjoyed throughout the world tire credit ot being civilized. Summary exe
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE.

The Norrislan Professor of Divinity will begin the first part of his Course, which will consist of Twentyfour Lectures, on Wednesday next. The Lectures will he continued every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday to the end of term. A new edition the Syllabus is published. —See Adv.
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
TOWN REGISTRATION.

TOWN REGISTRATION.

The revision voters for the town commenced Friday morning. Previous entering upon the different parish lists, a point was argued before Barristers to the validily of the notices objection served Conservative*; a large portion of them were signed one person in Ihe following form:
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Cambridgeshire Quarter Sessions.

Cambridgeshire Quarter Sessions.

f'jPIIE General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for this County will be held at the Shire-Hull, in Cambridge, on Friday, 2;>d of October, 183J, atTeno’clock ; the Grand and Petty Juries,Chitf Constables and Witnesses, are required to take notice, the Magistrates will go into Court
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
REVISING BARRISTERS’ COURT, HUNTINGDON. [continued from our last.] THE HAR.TFOB.3 VOTES. Second Day, Thursday, Oct.B. On the opening of the

REVISING BARRISTERS’ COURT, HUNTINGDON. [continued from our last.] THE HAR.TFOB.3 VOTES. Second Day, Thursday, Oct.B. On the opening of the

court this morning, Watford, the tenant, who was under cross-examination when the court broke up W ednesday evening, was not in attendance, and Mr. G. Day sent his servant to look for him, who returned with the intelligence that was very ill. A medical attendant was accordingly
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England