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Friday, Oct. 16. ... at Braybrook, near Market Harboro', ]Key. B. Blunt, of son. Zs** MARRIED. . (by the Rer.

Friday, Oct. 16. ... at Braybrook, near Market Harboro', ]Key. B. Blunt, of son. Zs** MARRIED. . (by the Rer.

W. Singleton,) fin to Miss Sarah Crane, of Colsterworth. tbe Ist Inst, Mr. Henry Noble, \ English, both of that place. «» <he Ist Inst, Mr. Frederick Fields, aistor Mr. Henry aay, of Moulton. aJ*J*Sglass, Mr. Fras. Smith, to Miss Ann Dennis, Wednesday the 7th Inst, (by tbe Rev.
October 16, 1835 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE Commissioners in a Fiat in Bankruptcy awarded and issued against JOHN CUNNINGTON the elder, and JOHN CUNNINGTON the younger,

THE Commissioners in a Fiat in Bankruptcy awarded and issued against JOHN CUNNINGTON the elder, and JOHN CUNNINGTON the younger,

both of Spalding, in the county of Lincoln, Ironmongers, Dealers and Chapmen, Copartners, intend to meet, on Monday the Second of November next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, "at the White Hart Inn in Spalding aforesaid, in order to audit the accounts of the Assignees of the s
October 16, 1835 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Desirable INVESTMENT. FREEHOLD PROPERTY CITY of LIS COLN. To be SOLD by PRIVATE. CONTRACT, Together or in lota, to suit

Desirable INVESTMENT. FREEHOLD PROPERTY CITY of LIS COLN. To be SOLD by PRIVATE. CONTRACT, Together or in lota, to suit

the convenience of purchasers, ALL tbat valuable Freehold Property, consisting of the substantially and recently erected WESLEYAN CHAPEL, situated in the parish of St. Peter's at Arches, very neatly fitted up for the accommodation of a congregation of 900 persons; together with
October 16, 1835 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
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October 16, 1835 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
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October 16, 1835 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
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The experience of the last four years seems to be los upon the liberal Whigs. From the otttbuist of popula feeling in favour of the Reform Bill, their government has 'hewn a constant inclination downwards—and this because their policy lira been languid and temporising. They neve
October 16, 1835 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
Attendance at Durham on the 20th and of every Month. STOKKS, SURGEON DENTIST, BEGS Announce to the Nobility and Gentry

Attendance at Durham on the 20th and of every Month. STOKKS, SURGEON DENTIST, BEGS Announce to the Nobility and Gentry

of DURHAM and Vicinity, that lie will attend Tursday and Wednesday, and 2Ut October, at Mrs Hoaßov's, New El vet. S. continues his highly approved restorative sroeess for DECAYED TEETH, which the Teeth affected are a tew made completely whole and permanently useful, however larg
October 16, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
Belonging to Mr wm. miller, of HARTLEPOOL, who is drcliniug business. Any person wishing to commence in (be abort line,

Belonging to Mr wm. miller, of HARTLEPOOL, who is drcliniug business. Any person wishing to commence in (be abort line,

will bud (his an opportunity rarely met with; for Hartlepool, owing to its increasing trade is likely (• becotne floumhiog tic Stock. Printlirg and Bookbinding Malerfal,, &r., are nearly new; ilie can bare (be House and Shop moderate rent, required. Letter* (post-paid) addressed
October 16, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
BALSAMIC PILLS.

BALSAMIC PILLS.

superiority of WRAY'S BALSAMIC X BILLS over Cspuivi, Culiebs, ami every uther lueUivme» in llie eureol (juiiurrlioia. Gleet*, Slnelure*, Selliinat Weakiiess, Whites, Bams the Loins, Attentions of the Kidneys, Gravel, Jintatlou tiie Bladder or Urethra, other Ltseasea the Lnnary B
October 16, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
BOROUGH OF GATESHEAD.

BOROUGH OF GATESHEAD.

BOROUGH GATESHEAD. the Editor of the Durham Chronicle, sc. Sir,— The Municipal Borough of Gateshead las been divided into three wards by the Revising Ban istent, in whom was vested discretionary power to reduce or augment the number of wards, by one. the Reform Act, us sent tbe C
October 16, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England