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London Posts.

London Posts.

From SA TV It DA V, Jan. 23. to WEDNESDAY, Jan. 27. APPOINTMENT OF JUSTICES Under the Municipal Reform Bill. There point of view in which the Municipal Reform Bill J hardly, while under consideration in either house of parliament. provoked so much earnest or continued discussion
January 30, 1836 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
Agricultural and Commerce.

Agricultural and Commerce.

ICKSHIRE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. General Meeting this i , ,e ? rw 'f k Arms Inn on l, le was taken by the Rev S.r Dnvnss. Ban. »„,! others piesent. were Messrs. Bellamy. Chapman Hue* Km. 11. Robbins, and T. ami YV. Umber* ' The meeting was opened bv THOMAS UMBER,. „| the Deput
January 23, 1836 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
LONDON GAZETTE-Tuesday, Jan 13.

LONDON GAZETTE-Tuesday, Jan 13.

BANKRUPTS.—Hon. Baibara Bedford and John Lord, raerd anta Birmingham, to surrender Feb. 6. and March I, eleven SS Royal Hotel, Birmingham. Attorneys. and Chaoli,.' (;,w. Inn.square, London; Inglehy and Wragge. Birmingham-Henrv Bll™ merchant. Lioie-street, Loudon-Joseph Baly. win
January 23, 1836 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
MARKETS. Coin Exchange, Mark-Lane.

MARKETS. Coin Exchange, Mark-Lane.

' \ a ~ T !"S'!r " *, UOd "f Wh "' t and -Sar.'rj fran tin*jr. Kent, ttn-i Suffolk. this murine, but cinlu it 4inUy of Beans and Pease from these counties, and the fresh annals of Oati icere moderate, tr If rim our own const from IroiHj and Ireland, the import* foreign articles
January 23, 1836 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
May consulted every Tuesday and Wednesday, until \\ MINERAL For filling DecayeFTeelh, without Pain, Heat, or Pressure, INCORRODIBLE ARTIFICIAL TEETH,

May consulted every Tuesday and Wednesday, until \\ MINERAL For filling DecayeFTeelh, without Pain, Heat, or Pressure, INCORRODIBLE ARTIFICIAL TEETH,

FIXD WITHOUT WIRES, SPI coo MONSIEUR MALLAN, SURGEON DENTIST, (OF THE FIRM OF M-N.. Bloomsbnrv Square, and 9, Half Moon Street. Piccadilly, LONDON.) l'atrons, the Nobility and Gentry of LEAMINGTON, WARWICK, and th EIGHTH ANNUAL VISIT, and may consulted each succeeding TUESDAY &
January 23, 1836 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
PeterßOßDfoH.—lt gives us very great pleasure to be able to announce to our readers that the recent triumph of Conservative

PeterßOßDfoH.—lt gives us very great pleasure to be able to announce to our readers that the recent triumph of Conservative

principles in this division of the country stands every chance of being succeeded, at the first opportunity, a victory in this borough that will scarcely less brilliant, important, and remarkable. the event a dissolution of Parliament the representation of the borough of Peterbo
January 15, 1836 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
STRATFORD-UPON-AVON.

STRATFORD-UPON-AVON.

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION APPOINTMENTS.— Saturday last the Burgesses of Stratford elected the following gentlemen, Town Councillors:— Kinoes Xo. of Voles^ Edward Getiey, High-street, draper Mr. William Wall, Henley-street, grocer •Mr. David Rice, Chapel-street, surgeon 163 •Air, Edw
January 2, 1836 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
ELECTION OF WARWICK TOWN COUNCIL.

ELECTION OF WARWICK TOWN COUNCIL.

The ceremony of voting for the election the new Town Council nf this llorongli, pursuant the section of the Corporation Reform Act, was performed on Saturday lavt. None the bustle and excitement which usually distinguish struggle for political ascendancy was visible throughout t
January 2, 1836 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
WAaXmXfbQ-ES. On Monday last, at Uppingham, Mr. Pegg. of the Bull Inn, Market Deeping, to Miss Wells, of the former

WAaXmXfbQ-ES. On Monday last, at Uppingham, Mr. Pegg. of the Bull Inn, Market Deeping, to Miss Wells, of the former

place On Thursday the 14th inst. at Kingfare, George eldest son of lssac Cooke, E»q. of Clif ton, to" Priscilla. the second daughter of the late John Bradley, Ecq. of Colborne-hill Staffordshire. ' SX&TBS. On Saturday the 9th inst. in the73d year of her a"-c, Mr* Mary W.dker, ■
January 22, 1836 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
/TO THE GENTRY, CLERGY, FREEHOLDERS, AND IOTHER ELECTORS, OF THE SOUTHERN DIVISION OF THE COUNTY OF LEICESTER. Gentlemen, most deeply

/TO THE GENTRY, CLERGY, FREEHOLDERS, AND IOTHER ELECTORS, OF THE SOUTHERN DIVISION OF THE COUNTY OF LEICESTER. Gentlemen, most deeply

lament, in common teith those with whom he has been connected, that your late excellent Representative, Mr. FREWEN TURNER, has, from a fear that his health will not permit him satisfactorily to perform his duty, deemed it necessary to resign the important and honourable post he
January 22, 1836 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England