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THE BRADFORD OBSERVER.

THE BRADFORD OBSERVER.

fading hopes (though, I admit, with some unnatural and unexpected allies), you are now endeavouring to entrench yourself in the outworks. The greater part of your political life has l>ucn wasted in endeavouring to maintain untenable positions; positions so untenable that when on
January 28, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
COTTON MARKET.

COTTON MARKET.

Monday, Jan. 25.—There continues good demand for Cotton, and prices are rather higher than Friday. The sales o Saturday and to-day are IO.UOU bales. LIVERPOOL CORN MARKET. Monday, Jan. 25.--We have this week had extremely light imports each article of the Corn trade; the demand
January 28, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
SABBATH MORNING.

SABBATH MORNING.

THE ALTIIOK CORN-LAW RIIVMES.’ [From the Monthly Magazine Rise, young Mechanic I Idle darkness leaves The dingy town, and cloudless morning glows ; Oh ! rise, and worship Him who spins and weaves Into the petals of the hedge-side rose Day’s golden beams and all-omliracing air !
January 14, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
UVFaKPOOL COHN KXCIIaANUK, ft-

UVFaKPOOL COHN KXCIIaANUK, ft-

COHN KXCIIaANUK, ft- At our market this morning there was no change in the line wh 'at, but one or two lots were by speculators, at hi. below Tuesday’s rates. change the value any other articles in the trade.
January 27, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
BLACKBURN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 183G

BLACKBURN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 183G

Representation of North Lancashire Our readers will piobably remembe- that few weeks copied a paragraph from the Lanr.axlor Gazritc, relative absurd report which had been previously circulated, respect- In"- Mr. Towneley having formally intimated to Mr. Patten his intention to o
January 27, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
BIRTHS

BIRTHS

theOTrd ulf., at Brighton, the cf the Hon. and ▼ H<>race ys, rector of Warrington, of ton. ult., at the Ear! of Derby'*, tb? Eight Hob. Lady Stanley, a daughter, MARRIAGES. Thursday last, St Peter’s Church, the Rev. R. M . Master, M.A , Mr John Collinge, of New Barn, Hapton, to
January 6, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
By 11. CONGREVE.

By 11. CONGREVE.

*■ contains ample ami judicious advice respecting the management < I children from their birth their emancipation from the nursery. Tin-* will iKcoine valuable in projiortion it is acted upon, and will adorn therabinet of any inolhcr—and there are many such—who deficcnt in this
January 21, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BRADFORD OBSERVER.

THE BRADFORD OBSERVER.

shall be inserted whoso parents or guardians have received notices according to the preceding rule,and also the dates of such notices; and in case it shall appear that three notices have liecn sent concerning anyscholar of the school in one calendar month, such scholar shall be
January 21, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

Wednesday, at Hatley, Mr. Manual! Rhodes, silversmith, of •,s tee ’i. to Miss Watson, of .Motley. I last, at the parish church, Leeds, Mr. Genrjyo Morley, surgeon, Sarah, daughter of Wm. Smith, lis... racreiiant, all of Leeds. Same day, at Bingloy, the Rev. Dr. Hartley, vicar; M
January 21, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
FARES REDVCEO >—-S«. Ont.—lOa. In. HOVAI. SOVEREIOJI COACHTHE tbe above COACH respectfully inform tlie Nobilitr. Gentry, and Inhabitants generally of

FARES REDVCEO >—-S«. Ont.—lOa. In. HOVAI. SOVEREIOJI COACHTHE tbe above COACH respectfully inform tlie Nobilitr. Gentry, and Inhabitants generally of

Maidstone and its vici'nilv. that they have Reduced tbe Fares to ss. Out,, and 10s. Inside. THE ROYAL SOVEREIGN leaves the Scran Inn, Highstreet, Maidstone, every Morning at Six o’clock, the George Inn, Boro’, where it arrives about Half-past Nine Clock.
January 12, 1836 - South Eastern Gazette - Maidstone, Kent, England