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To sa il Octo b er, and can receive no Goods ie entries for which shall not be passed on or b a the 23d. For OPOICI'O, The fine new British-built Sch ner BELL, DONALD ANNNIS, Master; Sails very fast, and has good accommodations for passengers; loading in Salthouse Dock.—Apply to
October 20, 1835 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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October 20, 1835 - Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Lower Brompton-grove, Knightsbridge.—To Wine-merchants, Tavern, and Hotel Keepers, and private Families.—By Mr. FULLER, on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28, at Eleven, on

Lower Brompton-grove, Knightsbridge.—To Wine-merchants, Tavern, and Hotel Keepers, and private Families.—By Mr. FULLER, on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 28, at Eleven, on

the Premises, No. '7, Lower. grove, Brompton, by direction of the Trustees of Mr. Chtistopher Harrison, wine-merchant, EIGHT Thousand Bottles fine old Wines of favourite Vintages, consisting of 4,965 bottles old crusted Port, from 24 to IO years in bottles-400 bottles tine old S
October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
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October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
TO THE DITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD.

TO THE DITOR OF THE MORNING HERALD.

SlA,—Referring to the reports in the Morning Herald under the bead of "Bow-street," of Thursday and Friday last, of the case of an old woman, named Ann King, I beg leave to say that two cf the parish officers of St. James's, Clerkenwell (to me utter strangers), called upon me on
October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
POLICE. MARLBOROUGH-STREET. A. SATISFACTORY - ErE;II 7 .I - C;.:-./Ohn Richards, a stout-built fellow in a rough white great coat,

POLICE. MARLBOROUGH-STREET. A. SATISFACTORY - ErE;II 7 .I - C;.:-./Ohn Richards, a stout-built fellow in a rough white great coat,

and altogether exhibiting the appearance of a person whom most people would feel small satisfaction at meeting with by night on a lonely heath, was put to the bar on suspicion of having stolen a sovereign and is 6d in silver from the person of John Barclay. The policeman who mad
October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
LONDON and BRIGHTON RAILWAY, CAPITAL ONE MILLION. In Shares of £lOO each—Deposit es per Share. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE—LONDON. Isaac L. Goldsmid,

LONDON and BRIGHTON RAILWAY, CAPITAL ONE MILLION. In Shares of £lOO each—Deposit es per Share. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE—LONDON. Isaac L. Goldsmid,

Esq. Hon. J. T. Leslie Melville, Wm. Hichens, Esq. Robert Murray, Esq. Richard L. Jones, Esq. Edward H. Palmer, Esq. Thomas R. Kemp, Esq. M.F. Wm. Routh, Esq., and Capt. John Laurence Henry Templer, Esq. BRIGHTON. Isaac N. Wigney, Esq., M.P. I John Esq. Gearge Harrington, Esq. T
October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
REVERSIONARY INTEREST SOCIETY, Instituted 180. ' 17. King's Arms-yard. Coleman-street, London. With a Capital paid up of .e 400,000 and

REVERSIONARY INTEREST SOCIETY, Instituted 180. ' 17. King's Arms-yard. Coleman-street, London. With a Capital paid up of .e 400,000 and

with the power of extension. CHAIRMAN—JOHN WELLS. Esq. DIRECTORS. James C. C. Bell, Esq. I Thomas Price, Esq. John Chapman, Esq. John Peter Basch, Esq. William Greaves, Esq. I Thomas Stooks, Esq. Thomas Greg, Eq. Alfred Thorp, Esq. Sir William Heygate, Bart. Thomas Vigne, Esq. G
October 20, 1835 - Morning Herald (London) - London, London, England
 
Brighton Patriot.

Brighton Patriot.

Uvetae__ ___atriot# "[ p'li Brtghhtil Putriat-a paper which 1 strongly recommend to all my ?? tast Register. TUESDAY ECVENI.VG, OCTOB ER 20, 1835. It ill now a foyttlight sitlce we (and we were the first) called attention to the glaring anomtalies of tile Registration clauses in
October 20, 1835 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
CUCKFIELD.

CUCKFIELD.

ED1UCATION AND DxrT.- When we deliberate about the means of introducing intellectual and moral excellence into the minds of the people, one of the first things we must provide for is, a iene- rous and animnating diet. The physical causes must go along with ithe moral, and nature
October 20, 1835 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England