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SCOTCH.

SCOTCH.

Peas 34 35 7 35 4 34 5 34 3 34 The demand for Scotch Wools during the present week has been very animated, and the stocks, particularly those of laid Highland, arc getting low. The improvement noticed in the market during the last week has been fully sustained up to the present
January 28, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
THE BRADFORD OBSERVER.

THE BRADFORD OBSERVER.

Wesleyan Methodists —The Rev. R. New ton, in a long and eloquent speech meeting of his friends in Darlington, said, during the thirty years which he had been methodist, he never knew the society in general in a more healthy and prosimrous stale than at present, notwithstanding t
January 7, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
LEATHER

LEATHER

Crop Hides, 30 to 40 lbs., lid. to 12|d. per lb.; Ditto, 45 50 lbs., 15d. Ditto, to CO lbs., 00« l. to OOd.; Hull Hides, lOd. to 12d. English Butts, IGcLto24tl.; Foreign Butts, ’3d to 18d.; Dressing Hides, lid. to 16d; Ditto, shaved, 13d. to Kid. ; Best Saddlers Hides, 14d. to 1
January 7, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England
 
PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS.

PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS.

The Rev. Daniel Brent, M.A., to the vicarage of Grendon, in Northamptonshire, vacant by the resignation of the Rev. Charles Hebert, on the presentation of the Master and Fellows of Trinity college, Cambridge. The Rev. Robert Bently Buckle, of Moreton, to the Archdea conry of Dor
January 6, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
1 Shopkeepers ami Publicans •••••• Bookkeepers, Mechanics. Calico Printers, Warehousemen, Piecers, Dressers, Warpers, and Winders Servants 4 Widows !i Minors

1 Shopkeepers ami Publicans •••••• Bookkeepers, Mechanics. Calico Printers, Warehousemen, Piecers, Dressers, Warpers, and Winders Servants 4 Widows !i Minors

Labourers ~ Farmers Spinners y Weavers ‘, 10 Trustees and other descriptions not particularly specified 11 Friendly Societies Charitable Societies ...
January 20, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
PROVINCIAL.

PROVINCIAL.

As ali.t on * Game-keeper— On Friday information was recei' at the various police-offices that on the night of Monday, the t. ult., the lands of William Weslbroke Richardson, Esq., calle. " French Land,” situated at Weston, in Sussex, were un-1 awfi.,.y entered by several person
January 20, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
ONIONS—per bushel, 2s. Cd. to 3s. Cd.

ONIONS—per bushel, 2s. Cd. to 3s. Cd.

January 20, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
POTATOES AT SPITALFIELDS (Per Ton}.— York Reds, from vessel, GOs. to 80s.—Common lied, 435. to —Marsh Champions, 60s. to 80s.—Shaws,

POTATOES AT SPITALFIELDS (Per Ton}.— York Reds, from vessel, GOs. to 80s.—Common lied, 435. to —Marsh Champions, 60s. to 80s.—Shaws,

40s. to GOs.—Middlings, 30s.—Chats, 30s.
January 20, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
r OKEIirN V, OOLS 4s. 'V.. to

r OKEIirN V, OOLS 4s. 'V.. to

r OKEIirN V, 4s. 'V.. (,«. ICci Co. ?«. Oil. Bc, .—Ef?t Os. Od. doz,
January 20, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
the BLACKBURN STANDARD-

the BLACKBURN STANDARD-

PROPOSED TOWN-HALL. On Thursday last, a meeting of the rate-payers of This township was held in the Sessions Room, pursuant notice, for the purpose of considering the propriety oi erecting town-hall and other public offices. The attendance was numerous—in fact, all could not gam
January 20, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England