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n HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

n HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

me Moi___uouu_Bh_re hounds will meet on Thursday at the K_na .f Prussia at half- past ten. •■» « ?pk C^u R a^? i sta B- ?? °«" Saturday, at Halsham— a» eleven The Whitfleld hariers on Friday, at ■__l.lewo.th «w»eD. ■r..! ? CT l 2CS 'i ariorS ° n Siturd ?? l ?? " P»"»ey Coppke -h
October 20, 1835 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
On Thursday last, at an adjourned Court of Burghmote, Mr. Alderman Snoulten was unanimously elected Chamberlain, in the room of

On Thursday last, at an adjourned Court of Burghmote, Mr. Alderman Snoulten was unanimously elected Chamberlain, in the room of

the late respected Chamberlain Warren. Yesterday the Mayor and a committee the Corporation surveyed the Dane John Field, aud several improvements in that salubrious and ilelightful public walk were proposed for the consideration of the body at the next Court of Burghniote. The M
October 20, 1835 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE MYSTERIOUS STONEBREAKER

THE MYSTERIOUS STONEBREAKER

(From the Dundee Courier) . —A stout good-looking person, having the appearance in his outward manner of a gentleman, has been engaged for six months past in the occupation of a Stonebreaker the Magdalen Yard Quarry. When he commenced work, many persons the neighbourhood were at
October 20, 1835 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PRICE OF SEEDS.

PRICE OF SEEDS.

Per —Red Clover, English, 70s SOs, fine 84s —Foreign 63s 70s —fine, 75s 803 —White Clover, 50s 60s—fine, 65s—old, —s —Trefoil, new, —fine, 20s—Trefolium, 3Ms 40s —fine, 42s 44s—Rib Grass, —s —s—fine, —s —Caraway, English, 54s 58s —Foreign, —s —s— Coriander, 10s Od 12s. Per Qu ar
October 20, 1835 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
JLt% LOMBARD-STREET—'ESTABLISHED Wi c. p. doudney and son. Noblemen and Gentlemen desirous of CONTRACTS BY THE YEAR First-rate Clothing for

JLt% LOMBARD-STREET—'ESTABLISHED Wi c. p. doudney and son. Noblemen and Gentlemen desirous of CONTRACTS BY THE YEAR First-rate Clothing for

Cash (Fit, Quality, Universallyapproved of by those Geridemen who and Workmanship, unrivalled), maybe >- d * Precision iind Economy.—E. P. D. and Son', _ ,- , . J,' -.. ~/' , , ■ «y Prices are the lowest ever oirered £ Supplied to any Part of the World at the > ~ „11 i] • „. . (
October 20, 1835 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
gesteki- residence let. be LET, either Furnished o- Unfurnished, and 1 mav Entere.l upon Martinmas next, The newly-erected and desirable

gesteki- residence let. be LET, either Furnished o- Unfurnished, and 1 mav Entere.l upon Martinmas next, The newly-erected and desirable

Residence, called ELM BANK, situated at the Town Head, near Workington J comprising good Dining Room and Breakfast Parlour, an excellent Drawing Room, commanding a fine view of the Solway nth and the South Const of Scotland ; Seven Bed Rooms, convenient Closets, &c. ; Two good K
October 20, 1835 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
COLDS, RHEUMATISM, GOUT, & IN DIGESTION. LIFE PILLS, entirely vegetable, discovered the Rev. C, CARRINGTON, Vicar of Berkeley, one of

COLDS, RHEUMATISM, GOUT, & IN DIGESTION. LIFE PILLS, entirely vegetable, discovered the Rev. C, CARRINGTON, Vicar of Berkeley, one of

His Majesty’s Deputy Lieutenants, Ac. for the County of Gloucester. —To alleviate the tortures of Spasm, Gout, Rheumatism, Cholic, and Nervous Afflictions, with superb success by giving fresh life and energy to the ejfotls of nature, is not the only merit of CARRINGTON’S LIEE PI
October 20, 1835 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
l.onn Cou-koe Habits.— A writer m ,|, «av» tliAt lie i» »" tin ”'” | (rum c.iitmim.larv .if 1.m’.l Hi..m|l..m

l.onn Cou-koe Habits.— A writer m ,|, «av» tliAt lie i» »" tin ”'” | (rum c.iitmim.larv .if 1.m’.l Hi..m|l..m

'lie C.illrgr at t..lm ■ iMUgk* that a.. (I mil ivaa l.ia Ic.rß.liip i.. .tuclv lliat (ilia livvti kimwii iirv.T fbnbr. Ml * <b<J« . tli'li. li'tW "'v.l vy. -vliai » lliV-r.. i. cl..ailli,irt.!"—xvlai.n«l ln»b n'li™ l.n tiiniril l.ia .1... at,it liavii.B MmlW ■" ■< .irr'» -i.v.
October 20, 1835 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
COFKEK-^HGP. —'Co be LET an old-established CONCERN in leading thoroughfare—pomingin moderate. For particulars inquire at No.*6, Whitecbapelro&d, opposite the Church.

COFKEK-^HGP. —'Co be LET an old-established CONCERN in leading thoroughfare—pomingin moderate. For particulars inquire at No.*6, Whitecbapelro&d, opposite the Church.

''O BREWERS, or Persons desirous of opening J. a Beer-shop.—To be LET, in New Gravel-lane, Ratclitf-highway, a BREWERY, part of which is fitted up, and admirably adapted for Beer-shop—it is close by the Dockbridge crossing New Gravel-lane, and cannot fail from its prominent situ
October 20, 1835 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England
 
LONDON QUARTER SESSIONS, Oct. 19.

LONDON QUARTER SESSIONS, Oct. 19.

This morning these Seisions commenced before the R.ght Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Recorder, the Sheriff*, Aldermen Thorp, Cowan, Johnson, T. Wood, and other mumc.psl only two cases to to the jury, which are charges of common assault, and beyond them are appeals. The Court li
October 20, 1835 - Morning Advertiser - London, London, England