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NEW GRANADA MINING COMPANY, THE No. 3, Freeman's -court, Cornhill, Oct. 17th, 1935. SECOND INSTALMENT of XI per SHARE rsbecatoe

NEW GRANADA MINING COMPANY, THE No. 3, Freeman's -court, Cornhill, Oct. 17th, 1935. SECOND INSTALMENT of XI per SHARE rsbecatoe

due on the inst., and unl es s the same b e paid S pooner, Attw oo d s, and Co., within FIFTEEN DAYS frm the October, the Directors will, at the first convenient opportunity, deducti t n he SHARES so in d e f au l t, and hold the .proceeds thereof, after Pe r ~,, g the amount of
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
4 2 - IF -.... -,,,,,,kr,..ne k Whole l ' il • — 39 0 Is II 0 17 3

4 2 - IF -.... -,,,,,,kr,..ne k Whole l ' il • — 39 0 Is II 0 17 3

1 11 8 136 2 2 2 I 1 5 90 1 11 1 1 9 1 .., 2 17 0.....___50 era - t _ I 16 5 2 3 10 4 0 8 __________ l i r k - -----Vl-hay contract, at the of taking their Policies. tO In any .ay most suit a bl e to their circumstances and co nvenie nce. Officers In the Army and Navy when in ac
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
S OLUONTDHON-EASTERNN through RAILCRTAYON. COMPANY. communicating also with Tunbridge, Tunbridge Wells, the Weald of Kent, and Dover, and with Lewes

S OLUONTDHON-EASTERNN through RAILCRTAYON. COMPANY. communicating also with Tunbridge, Tunbridge Wells, the Weald of Kent, and Dover, and with Lewes

and Newhaven. TRUSTEES. Herbert B. Curteis, Esq. ALP. I David Salemons, E sq . J. hlinet Fector, Esq., M ' .P. John Twells, Esq. This is the shortest practicable line to Brighton, with the advantage for the first2o miles out ofLondon of aJoint Communication with the counties of
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
NOTICE. — To be LET, on advantageous terms, im me diate possession, a comfortable, commodious FAMILY RE. SIDENCE, genteel, populous

NOTICE. — To be LET, on advantageous terms, im me diate possession, a comfortable, commodious FAMILY RE. SIDENCE, genteel, populous

neighbourhood, 30 miles from London, to which there is constant and ready access, and well suited to a professional gentleman.—Apply personally, or by letter (postage paid) to W. 18, Ironmonger-lane, Cheapskle, London. F URNISH ED COTTAGE, -Sydenham.—To. be LET, by Mr. HERRING,
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
JOINT STOCK BANKS. Hibernian - - 1001. sh. 251. pd Loiidok and Westinins. sh. id Alanches. & Liver. Dlset. 1001.

JOINT STOCK BANKS. Hibernian - - 1001. sh. 251. pd Loiidok and Westinins. sh. id Alanches. & Liver. Dlset. 1001.

Jh. pd National Provin. Eng. 1001. sh. 251. pd GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY. Bath . ----.201. sp. 1(11. pd - - - 401. sh.]6l.jid - - - - - 2OZ. h. g Brighton Ditto New - - - 201. sh. pd Brighton General - - 201. sh. pd Carlisle - . - 251. sb. Canterbury - - - 501. alt. City of Lon
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NEWS FROM LISBON.

NEWS FROM LISBON.

The Journal_ des Debats does not contain any news from Spain, and the Moniteur is equally silent. The Indicateur of Bordeaux says, "that it is reported that the Count de Las Navas, satisfied with the last decrees of the Queen, had placed his army under the immediate orders of th
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ItVl4 thitlil &ciaint tbelr beild trines ; because, if Lis doctrim.is be trite, such a diriclaimer, for convenient purposes, is

ItVl4 thitlil &ciaint tbelr beild trines ; because, if Lis doctrim.is be trite, such a diriclaimer, for convenient purposes, is

perfectly consistent with Christian veracity. Dr. Murray cannot forget that one of the express charges against this work is, that it palliates and authorises offictal lies. Thus, voL ii., p. 65, the question occurs : "What, if any one should be asked whether he be a Priest, a Mo
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
DR. MURRAY'S I4ETTER, elorloul benefactors of Great 13r1tain, the examples of Wick- We fulfil our promise by insca ting this

DR. MURRAY'S I4ETTER, elorloul benefactors of Great 13r1tain, the examples of Wick- We fulfil our promise by insca ting this

thy the addresa of liffe, and Latimer, and Knox, and Cranmer—it is our duty the Rev. Daniel Murray to the Protestants ef Great Britaiu. to point out the persecuting and truly Popish spirit in In the few remarks that we can at present bestow upon this which these taunts are flung
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
NOW READY, COOPER'S. NOVELS and ROMANCES. The stories of this distingaished Novelist, complete in ten volumes, with embellishments, price 31.,

NOW READY, COOPER'S. NOVELS and ROMANCES. The stories of this distingaished Novelist, complete in ten volumes, with embellishments, price 31.,

or each volume separately, containing an entire story, price Six Shillings. are now ready, contami ng ,• The Spy I The Red Rover 1 The Water Witch The Pilot The Pioneers The Florderers Last of the Mohicans Lionel Lincoln The Bravo • And the Prairie. These works have been careful
October 17, 1835 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England