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January 8, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
TAR AS.

TAR AS.

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January 8, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
Tuesday's Post.

Tuesday's Post.

6j1Ce0 2)'0 iwo30 . BE King has been occupied p incilii in giving a- T lienees to military and naval officers, and, after the ?? up of the frost, in taking his usual rides. On T'fesday week the Queen accolppanied the - King; baing the first time that her Majesty hiad left the Pal
January 9, 1836 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

ST. ALlIAN'S CATHOLIC CHAPEL, BLACKBURN. N Sunday next, January loth, 1836, TWO 0 SERMONS will be preached in the above hiiel by the Rev. Dr. WISEMAN, President ri FliEnglish College, Rome, and Professor of the . ieeila Languages in the University of that city. A Collection rill
January 9, 1836 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
DOMESTIC MISCELLANY.

DOMESTIC MISCELLANY.

molltrottz miorellitup. FORTUNATE TIFFr.-One of the richest men in England is the Rev. Air. Hughes, formerly a poor clergyman, but now said to possess a revenue of between £70,0(0. and £'0,0Q0. a year. Some years ago he was in part proprietor of a barren piece of land, for which
January 9, 1836 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LITERARY NOTICES.

LITERARY NOTICES.

ITERARAY NOTICES. The Meostih ly Maigazine for Jansitarjy.-Siferwood, Gilbert, and Piper, Patcrnoster Itow, London.-In thc "1 Old Monthly' will be founid poetry and prose fior thle bcguilement of 'winter hours, its pages being varied with politics, literature, and matter that can
January 14, 1836 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TOWN COUNCIL EXETER.

TOWN COUNCIL EXETER.

TOWN COUNCIL 'EXETER. A Meeting of tie Town Council took place on ?? last, at Giffldball, S. .iawdda, Psq., Mayor, in the Chiiir.~ las. B. foloelil protosed that the Members of the "Couni)Cil should form themselves into Comnmittees, to be denominaled the \.vcs, FiNS4ANCE, NAvIGAr
January 14, 1836 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE BLACKBURN STANDARD.

THE BLACKBURN STANDARD.

Uiteraturf, THE HISTORY OF ROWE. By Thomas Kbightley. Longman and 00. It is nearly twelvemonth since we had he pleasure of notic n» with approbation Mr. Keightley’s H.story of Greece our sa U me au°hor,' which we are now about to notice, is fully equal X Creech and it has the ad
January 13, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
Scenes and Sketches of Hindostan, originally published in its nae-es The Women of India” we presume to be also from

Scenes and Sketches of Hindostan, originally published in its nae-es The Women of India” we presume to be also from

w pen. It is an admirable sketch, and contains much that is new to the European reader. The following anecdote of an extraordinary fish is curious:— . . , Mr Piddington has sent to the Asiatic Society of Bengal a notice of extraordinary fish seen him in the Indian seas which cor
January 13, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England
 
10 13 13 15 10 10 13 easure.

10 13 13 15 10 10 13 easure.

January 13, 1836 - Blackburn Standard - Blackburn, Lancashire, England