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BOMBAY.—To SAIL the 25th October, the AN- DROMACHE. Al, burden 550 tons, JOSEPH ANDREWS Cornmender, late H. C. S.; lying

BOMBAY.—To SAIL the 25th October, the AN- DROMACHE. Al, burden 550 tons, JOSEPH ANDREWS Cornmender, late H. C. S.; lying

in the St. Katharine's Dock.—For freight or passage apply to Messrs. LTALL Brothers and Co., Great St. Helen'spassage ; or to J. H. ARNOLD and Woommr, 3, Clement's-lane, Lombar -street ;or to Tommie, MAN, and Co., 26, Cornhill.
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Altos' C ER LIFE ASSURANCE and ANNUITY b g, Chatham-place, Blackfriars, London. i re mlllms of this Office are lower

Altos' C ER LIFE ASSURANCE and ANNUITY b g, Chatham-place, Blackfriars, London. i re mlllms of this Office are lower

th an those of any other am the sobjoined specimens will show, both for short hole period of Life. rsmio.l.ltprquired folr an Attivraneo.
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
WANTED, TWELVE LAND SURVEYORS for a RAILROAD COMPANY; also, a middle-aged Person, who can give security for 1,000/, as CHIEF

WANTED, TWELVE LAND SURVEYORS for a RAILROAD COMPANY; also, a middle-aged Person, who can give security for 1,000/, as CHIEF

CLERK.—Personal applications to Mr. Hole, auctioneer, No. 38, Upper Berkeley.street, Portman square. 9E I O LINENDRAPERS' ASSISTANTS. —WANTED, A a YOUNG MAN, not exceeding 25 years of age, who has been accustomed to town trade. To one of an active mind and persevering habits it
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
CHEAP RE-ISSUE OF COLBURN'S NOVELISTS. This day, price only One Shilling, with beautiful Engraving, MR. BULWER'S "PELHAM," No. H. A

CHEAP RE-ISSUE OF COLBURN'S NOVELISTS. This day, price only One Shilling, with beautiful Engraving, MR. BULWER'S "PELHAM," No. H. A

new supply of No. I. (which contains a fine Portrait of the Author) is now ready for delivery. "A design that must defy all competition." Globe. Published for Henry Col burn, by.R. Bentley. Sold by all booksellers. 8, New Buclington-street, Oct. 17. NEW BOOKS just published by M
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION—WEDNEsDAY.

DUBLIN ELECTION COMMISSION—WEDNEsDAY.

The room - in which the Commissioners sit was this morning crowded to excess, long before the time appointed for proceeding with the business. At a few minutes after ten the Commissioners took their seats, when Mr. O'CONNELL rose and said—l wish to begin by asking to have the mi
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
COUNTY COURT.

COUNTY COURT.

There was a long discussion as to -- certain items of expenditure, but of no public importance, beyond the detail in the Morning Herald of Thursday. STATE OF THE PRISON. The report of the Visiting Justices was read, and deemed highly satisfactory, and the regulations of the Gove
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
lIUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

lIUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

The King's Stag Hounds will meet on Monday, Oct. 19, at Broomhill Hut; and Friday, 23, at Ascot Heath—at 11. Mr. Mure's Hounds will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at Hicicet Heath; and Thursday, 22, at Balsham Wood—at half-past 10. The Thane t Ilariers will meet on Monday, Oct. 19, a
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
FOR CALCUTTA.—To SAIL on the Ist of November, With permission to land Passengers at MADRAS, the fine teak ship ASIA,

FOR CALCUTTA.—To SAIL on the Ist of November, With permission to land Passengers at MADRAS, the fine teak ship ASIA,

burden 600 tons, JOHN BIDDLE Commander; loading in the St. X at h ar ine's3)ock. This ship has first-rate accommodations for passengers, and carriet an experienced Surgeon.—For freight or L a r sr s g t e e apply to J. H. ARNOLD and•Woota.Err, 3, Clement's-/ane, Lomt or to Tom M
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
VENUS.—This wonderful work, confess edly by all writers on the subject, the chef d'ceuvre of art, Is NOW ON VIEW,

VENUS.—This wonderful work, confess edly by all writers on the subject, the chef d'ceuvre of art, Is NOW ON VIEW,

at the St. James's Gallery, 58, Pall-mall, opposite Marlborough House. Admission Is. A full description of the singular circumstances connected with its discovery and preservation from the destroying hands of Puritans, with a plan for its prachase by subscription, are now Publis
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. • Offices, No. 25, Bucklersbury, London. LONDON to YORK, CAMBRIDGE, LINCOLN, SELBY, and NORWICH. • AT a

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. • Offices, No. 25, Bucklersbury, London. LONDON to YORK, CAMBRIDGE, LINCOLN, SELBY, and NORWICH. • AT a

MEETING of the COMMITTEE at NORWICH, held the sth of October, 1835, at the Guildhall of that city, CHARLES TURNER i Esq., Deputy Mayer, in the Chair . It was Resolved,—" That this Committee s more than ever impressed with the advantage of a railway communication between this cit
October 17, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England