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Abstract of the " BUI for registering Births, Deaths, and Marriages in England." Section 1. Repeals former Acts for registration

Abstract of the " BUI for registering Births, Deaths, and Marriages in England." Section 1. Repeals former Acts for registration

of marriages. General Registry-ottice to provided 3. Poor Law Commissioners to have tbe care of register. 4. Registrar. General, Inspectors, and Clerks to appointed with salaries. and 6. Regulations for conduct of Officers, Ac. 7. Guardians of Unions to appoint Registrars. 8. Di
June 10, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
LINCOLNSHIRE. IN pursuance of Act of Parliament: passedl onthe twenty-third day of March, one thousand eight hundred anJL «tate in

LINCOLNSHIRE. IN pursuance of Act of Parliament: passedl onthe twenty-third day of March, one thousand eight hundred anJL «tate in

those Counties which are "or Divisions, the execution of an Act «sion of Parliament for «the Laws relating to the Budding, « gufating of certain Gaols and Houses of Correction, ta "England and Wales," I give Notice, that a Co oar of Gaol Sessiohs ml the County of Lmcoln wdl be h
December 2, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

The Pigeon packet has brought a mail from the West Indies. She left Jamaica on the 27th of May, and St. Thomas's on the 4th ult, and there are corresponding dates from the other islands. The Jamaica House of Assembly met on the 24th of May, on which occasion Lord Sligo made a ve
July 8, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The COURT for RELIEF of INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

The COURT for RELIEF of INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

The COURT for RELIEF INSOLVENT DEBTORS. MB. See the Notice the end these The matter, the Petition, and of the Prieonert. inafter named, (the same having been filed in tbe (wTi?**- ™?nted tobeibeard a*follows:-At theCocst-hoise v Li*?* onthe First day Auguet, Iflfe hour of in the
July 8, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
r«-HE Rev.T. MITCHINSON purposes duties hi. School on Monday the Jolt. n^ ln nParsonage, June36th, Iran. —"Spalding academy. Drawing »d

r«-HE Rev.T. MITCHINSON purposes duties hi. School on Monday the Jolt. n^ ln nParsonage, June36th, Iran. —"Spalding academy. Drawing »d

P«l»>- he known on application. «neraU?Seful in the SchooL-Letters (post^j*ud) due attention. Churc+strmt. July 1«A MATHEMATICAL, & COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, ENGLISH, near OUNDLE. nf L-H,.ration comprises the English Language plain and ornamental Writing, Arithmetic, KSpinSgeometry and
July 8, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Bankrupts.

Bankrupts.

(From Fridays Gazette, March 25. ) BROADHEAD John, Stubbtn Arutonley. Co. York, ciotirt. April 9, May 6, at the Pack Hone inn, HpddersHekL Sep** - Holmflrth, Huddenfield Battye and Co., CUNHA Augusto Joxe Da. of Warnford-ct, merehant-AprUH, May 6, at the Court, London. Freeman A
April 1, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Accounts from Bayonne of the Bth inst. state that the Carlists, notwithstanding their repeated losses in every action with the British troops, attacked the outposts of the Legion again on the morning of the 7th. After an obstinate and bloody engagement, they were again repulsed
June 17, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MISS THORPE, late of Glentham, begs respectfully to inform the Ladies conducting Schools, and also Private Families in Lincoln, that

MISS THORPE, late of Glentham, begs respectfully to inform the Ladies conducting Schools, and also Private Families in Lincoln, that

she intends to give Lessons in Water Colour, Chalk, and Pencil Drawing.— Specimens may be seen, and terms known, by applying at Messrs. Brooke's, printers. Silver-street, Lincoln, June 14, 1836. UNION-STREET, HORNCASTLE. THE Instructions in Mrs. PAIN'S Establishment will cease J
June 17, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
COURT of KING'S BENCH, Tuesday, Nov. 8.

COURT of KING'S BENCH, Tuesday, Nov. 8.

The King v. the Prophiktors of the Lincolnshire Chronicle.— Sir William Follett moved, on behalf of Mr. Everard, for rule to show cause why a criminal Information should not be filed against tbe proprietors of the Lincolnshire Chronicle for libel. Mr. Everard carried on the busi
November 11, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
nvAm ABLE Lincolnshire. SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, T T H°Elolffig valuable ♦...♦.in Skirbeck, in county LJjicoln, ana within?^ of two

nvAm ABLE Lincolnshire. SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, T T H°Elolffig valuable ♦...♦.in Skirbeck, in county LJjicoln, ana within?^ of two

handsome newly-erected brick and tued Messuage! orTenementa'adjoining each other, in the respective tenures of Richard Turner and Charles sS andVhree other Messuages or J—-*** and tile, also adjoining each other, in the respecuve SS? to Skirbeck on the East, and on lands of Mr.
November 11, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England