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FRIDAY, October 16, 1835.

FRIDAY, October 16, 1835.

October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
LONDON MARKETS. Corn Exchange, Monday, Oct. The duty on Wheat was Is., on Oats and Beans Is. 6d. per quarter

LONDON MARKETS. Corn Exchange, Monday, Oct. The duty on Wheat was Is., on Oats and Beans Is. 6d. per quarter

higher, but on Peas Is. Gd. per quarter lower last Thursday.— The quantity of Flour has been much less than in either of the three previous years, whilst there has been hut an unimportant difference in that of Wheat. The deficiency in the supply of Oats from England has been mor
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
GAME AT LEADENHALL MARKET

GAME AT LEADENHALL MARKET

Grouse, in beautiful condition, from ss. to s*. 6d.— Pheasants, 6s. to 75., and Birds 3s. brace.— Hares, both Scotch and English, arc very abundant, and selling very low figures.—Wild Rabbits from 9s. a dozen PRICE of TALLOW Town Tallow 46.* 6d Yellow Russia .... 44* 6d White So
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
CAMBRIDGE iluacUinry Hi hie Sooiety. The TWENTY-FOURTH ANNIVERSARY MEETING of this Society will be held in the OWN-HALL, on TUESDAY,

CAMBRIDGE iluacUinry Hi hie Sooiety. The TWENTY-FOURTH ANNIVERSARY MEETING of this Society will be held in the OWN-HALL, on TUESDAY,

November 10th, at Twelve o’clock. JAMES SCIIOLEFIELD, A.M. ■) RICHARD FOSTER, Jun. S Secretaries. SAMUEL THODEY,
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
This day is published, price 25. 6d.

This day is published, price 25. 6d.

The rugby magazine,—No.2.— Contents School, a Little World—Leo IV.—A School Boy’s Story Part 11. A Farewell—Macaulay’s Battle Ivry”—A Mood —Stanzas for Music—A Glimpse at Glendalough—The Eighth Day—Shakspeare’s Sonnets— Count Egmont—A Parallel—The Lunar Microscope—A Conversation
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
This day is published, Bro. THE WASPS OF ARISTOP A N E S, Edited with Eng Notes, and adapted to

This day is published, Bro. THE WASPS OF ARISTOP A N E S, Edited with Eng Notes, and adapted to

the Use of Schools and Universities. By THOMAS MITCHELL, Esq. M.A. Forming No. 11. Mitchell’s Plays of Aristophanes.” Lately published by Ihe same Editor, Sro. 10s. 6xl. The A C A N N S of A R 1 S T O P A N E S, John Murray, Albemarle Street. This day is published. rots Bre. 30s
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
Reversionary Interest Society, 17, King's Arms Yard, Coleman Street, London Instituted |MIE Directors this Society continue to receive proposals for

Reversionary Interest Society, 17, King's Arms Yard, Coleman Street, London Instituted |MIE Directors this Society continue to receive proposals for

the Sale of REV AR Y property & pouiciESof assurance on lives Oaily attendance is given from ten till four o'clock, and forms tor submitting proposals may be obtained gratuitously, and every facility afforded for the earliest completion of property tendered for sale. All communi
October 16, 1835 - Cambridge Chronicle and Journal - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
 
THE REGISTRATION.

THE REGISTRATION.

WESTMINSTER. (Before Mr. Craig.) In the course of the day several scot and lot claimants, although rated and paying their rates, had their names expunged, not having been inserted on the register (through the neglect of the overseer) for two years. This circumstance the Barriste
October 16, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
TIIR REGISTRATION.—(Tnia DAY.)

TIIR REGISTRATION.—(Tnia DAY.)

WESTMINSTER. (Before Mr. Craig.) Mr. Charldslifolloy Weetmacott claimed in respect of A house, No. 2, Catherine-street, in the Strand, and was opposed by Mr. Marshall, on the ground of non residence. When the case was called on, Mr. Marshall complained of Mr. Westmacott having u
October 16, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England
 
TEI EATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA-HOUSE. • The Public are respectfully informed that his Majesty has been most graciously pleased to

TEI EATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA-HOUSE. • The Public are respectfully informed that his Majesty has been most graciously pleased to

extend the license granted to this Theatre until the 15th of January. The Manager has the honour to announce that the Company will RE-CONIMENCE their PERFORMANCES on MONDAY next, October 19. It will be the aim, during this After Season to render the Theatre perfectly warm and co
October 16, 1835 - Albion and the Star - London, London, England