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TO BE LET,

TO BE LET,

BE LET, Immediate Possession, either upon Lease or from Year to Year. Convenient. Hntiteel, ami well fitted A mVKLI.INO-HOliSE.at Aylshnni, tn Norf„lk. ami adapted for Residence of Family „f etability. late in the occupation of Mr. It I> Flctdin. with Clarden aihplnlng, atid Chai
October 31, 1835 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
TAN OFFICE TO LET, At Trowse near Norwich ; CONSISTING of extensive yards, tan yard, mill house, bark house^djyingsheds, stables,

TAN OFFICE TO LET, At Trowse near Norwich ; CONSISTING of extensive yards, tan yard, mill house, bark house^djyingsheds, stables,

cart lodges, and every convenience for carrying on the busipfltls of tanner to any extent; also two tenements (or more) adjoining for workmen, if required ; also on the premises, a hark mill, large copper, water troughs, pumps, barrows, &c. &c. to be taken by the tenant at a fai
October 31, 1835 - Norwich Mercury - Norwich, Norfolk, England
 
CONSERVATIVE DINNER AT EXETER.

CONSERVATIVE DINNER AT EXETER.

The and Constituenta Sir W. VV. Follttt entertamed him a grand complimentary dinner in this city on Wednesday evening. Covers were laid fur but the demand fur tickets greatly exceeding the means a great many most respectable gentlemen were denied the gratification being present.
October 30, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
GENERAL AVERAGE X’RICE CORN AVERAGE. ... i Rye , 1 licaus 1 Reas AUGREOATB AVERAGE SIR WEEKS, WHICH GOVERNS 2d

GENERAL AVERAGE X’RICE CORN AVERAGE. ... i Rye , 1 licaus 1 Reas AUGREOATB AVERAGE SIR WEEKS, WHICH GOVERNS 2d

. 27s 7d Beans 21s I Teas . iiUTV ON FOREIGN CORN. 47s Rye ... ~ 21s 4<l Keans Peas ... .. 24s ... Oil ~ l«s 3d
October 30, 1835 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
mTEaldon.

mTEaldon.

From a Correspondent. — On Thursday last, being the day fixed for the Quarter Sessions of this Borough, and the last under the present government of the town, many of its members and their friends were desirous of having a dinner in the hall, to meet their much respected recorde
October 30, 1835 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
Saturday's Post Continued.

Saturday's Post Continued.

Lori> Stanley and the Agriculturists.—At the annual dinner of the Liverpool Agricultural Society, there were two speeches delivered the Noble Chairman, Lord Stanley, in reference to the agricultural interest and the aristocracy. The toast " Lord Stanley and J. W. Patten, Esq. Me
October 29, 1835 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
REMOVAL. MR. ALEX, SURGEON DENTIST his late Royal Highness the Duke Gloucester, No. 90, HIGH-STREET, CHELTENHAM, TAKES this opportunity informing

REMOVAL. MR. ALEX, SURGEON DENTIST his late Royal Highness the Duke Gloucester, No. 90, HIGH-STREET, CHELTENHAM, TAKES this opportunity informing

his Friends in WORCESTER its Vicinity, that he has REMOVED his Apartments from No. I*2, Foregate-street, to MRS. HOOPER'S, GROCER, BRIDGE-STREET, where he may he consulted, heretofore, the First Monday in every Month, until the following Saturday. NATURAL, ARTIFICIAL, and the IN
October 29, 1835 - Worcester Journal - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
OBIOINAb COKBBSPONDENOB.

OBIOINAb COKBBSPONDENOB.

BIBLE SOCIETY. Editor of the Bradford OLterver. Sit _At tile late I‘uMic Aleeting of tlic CiUc Society hcltl in K KikoJ*' Meeting House, on Friday, the 10th insl. the Roman (jibik I‘riekt of tliia town, rose ami intimalctl to the Chairman, ,tai aouM nillingly JUtrilmtu among hit
October 29, 1835 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
EMIGRATION OF LABOURERS.

EMIGRATION OF LABOURERS.

To the Editor of the Ipswich Journal, Silt-Too much publicity cannot be given to the plain ,;1itcli eit of facts contained in the accompanying letter. it serves better than a thousand arguments to disabuse I e pub)lic mind on the subject to which it relates, and -r(Id informatio
October 31, 1835 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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■ * ~ M I - ■ ~ M 1 7 CIBIM C BY. Oct, 13—Wbe*». *2%. to 34*.. narley. 96#. *»•.. brisk dftMod. Oats. !«& Bran*, new. 30s 395.; old. none. HOWDKN. 0c1.24 —Therf wa» taodcrair of •I rotrket to-day Tl« Wheat trade ruled doll « ■mKe rate*. Hartey was !n better demand, and an p*r was
October 30, 1835 - Hull Packet - Hull, Yorkshire, England