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TO GEORGE EDDIE SANDERS, AND RICHARD ASH, ESQRS.

TO GEORGE EDDIE SANDERS, AND RICHARD ASH, ESQRS.

TO( GE'ORGE(i EDDIE SANDERBS, ]AND RICHARDL ASH, ESQRYS. ?? uncil- Saas,.I cannot avoid feeling that I have cause to comp]ain of I the language of your letter, addressed to the editors of the Bristol to To- newspapers, of Saturday last. You say,-" We can only express our regret,
December 31, 1836 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE SNOW STORM.

THE SNOW STORM.

The heavy fall of snow experienced in and around the mnctropolis during Cbristrnns night ?? to have extended over every part ot tile kingdom, and to have commenced in the northern parts of the island earlier than with us. On Sunday mornint. scarcely any of the mail coaches arriv
December 31, 1836 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
Markets.

Markets.

,jfItCO. SECOND EDTTION. PRESTON MARKET THiS DAY AT 'Jfw9j.VF 0 CLOCK. This being Christmas wveek, the supply of grain was very scanty, aud the prices fully maintained the quotations of last week. The choice samples of wheat realized from 6d. to Is. per windle in advance of last
December 31, 1836 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28.

LONDON, WEDNESDAY, DMCEMDM- Z. | T11LE RIcEItUM DONUDI.-As mnany aay not. be anvare of tile nature of thi grant, we extract the following piarticullars from a recent publication ?? The English grant of money called the Itegium Donum' was first be- stowved abottt I 10 Years ago, i
December 31, 1836 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
CORN EXCHANGE, Wednesday.

CORN EXCHANGE, Wednesday.

The supplies have been extremely limited since Monday, and there were, this morning, in consequence, fresh parcels exhibited of wheat: the trade ruled firm at the advance noted on Monday. Barley of good quality saleable, but all other descriptions difficult to quote. The oat tra
December 31, 1836 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
The Birmingham Journal of Saturday says that" it is intended to have public meeting on or about the sixteenth of

The Birmingham Journal of Saturday says that" it is intended to have public meeting on or about the sixteenth of

January, to express the sense of the men of Birmingham on the present state affairs, political and mercantile;" and that in addition the members for the borough, they Avill be favoured the presence of Sir William Molesworth, and several other members of Parliament. ourlast, plac
December 31, 1836 - Staffordshire Advertiser - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
LAW SITTINGS.—(This Dat.)

LAW SITTINGS.—(This Dat.)

LAW SITTINGS.— (This Dat.) BANKRUPTCY COURT, BASINGHALL-STREET. Before Mr. Commissioner Holroyd. James Charles Smith, of Denmark-hill, upholsterer, choice of as- signees at half-past eleven ; Joseph Woollett, of Gould-square, mer- chant, choice of assignees at half.past twelve.
December 31, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
CORONERS' INQUESTS

CORONERS' INQUESTS

Suicide of a Respectable Married Woman.—Yester- day evening an inquest was held before Mr. Baker, the Co- roner, on the body of Mrs. Charlotte Eley, aged 48 years. Mr. John Eley, the husband of the deceased, stated that, for some time past, the deceased appeared a good deal alte
December 31, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

CUSTOM HOUSE, Dec. 3a ENTERED INWARDS.— The Eclipse, Simons, from Bruges - the Anon, Stehr, from Altona ; Woodmanstera, Hastie, from Gib; raltar ; Neptune, Pietrei, from Brussels. ENTERED OUTWARDS.— The Osprey, Payne, for St. Sebas- tian ; Demerara Planter, Willis, for Demerara
December 31, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SECl RF. INVESTMENT. Twelve £100 Turnpike Bonds, I oytng regularly 6 per Cent. Interest. HTOPLIS SON VOL?.™#?** Instructions to SELL

SECl RF. INVESTMENT. Twelve £100 Turnpike Bonds, I oytng regularly 6 per Cent. Interest. HTOPLIS SON VOL?.™#?** Instructions to SELL

onT ? t,beCr " wn ,nn - Wells, Nort R ' January 17lh, 18S7. at for lL P r l,e l>. wnles. an acceptable offe. TiLetH?!? made, m twelve Lois, 'f' BONDS for €100 each (npon which ti Pl,t ' er , an "»"n regularly paid in halt yearly payments) given tinder the hand* of the ol the Wel
December 31, 1836 - Norfolk Chronicle - Norwich, Norfolk, England