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Corn Markets.

Corn Markets.

Oar-.1 ?,l.?avkets- CORNT EXcIcASG, SModas, Jay, tII -Th11 re wa a sh ort Suopply of wheat this snoiuibig, .hich e as te oilvelity, at so aeti-ance of Is. to 'li. per qr. moer last 1sM dielv's prices, our Ecpculators ard settlers bnth ies ng in thee imar- I ket, Floe isalsiseg hr
January 20, 1836 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Friday's Express.

Friday's Express.

LONDON, THURSDAY, JAN. 14, The foreign arriVa,s yesterday continued to irance of the successful progress of the Constitus both in Spain and Portugal. The latter tional c _ mrtner Becur against the machinations tyrant, in the second marriage of the young the ,gi nri ing of the ye
January 15, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

PRICE OF TEA, COFFEE, &C. I AT TIHE TEA and COFFEE WAREROUSE, QUEEN STREET, opposite All Saints' Church, DERBY, By GEORGE BULLOCKs TrEA DECALER, CO3FFEE ROASTER, & TOBACCO LANUFACTrU11ER, Good Black Ten . ?? 2s. (d. per lb. Good Green Tea ?? 3s. 10d. to 4s. (ood Strong Congou ??
January 20, 1836 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts.

,v I - -.0- FROM TUESDAIYS LONDON GAZETTE. WVVTTHHALL, JAN. 11. F IHE King has been pleased to present the Rev. James Dewar to the church and parish of Salin, in the presbytery and Isle of Mull, vacant by the transla- tion, of the Rev. Duncan ?? to the church and parish of Killbr
January 18, 1836 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
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January 16, 1836 - Unknown - Unknown
 
PRICE 7d LONDON AND BRIGHTON RAILWAY. A numerous and highly-respectable meeting of the inhabitants of Croydon and its vicinity was

PRICE 7d LONDON AND BRIGHTON RAILWAY. A numerous and highly-respectable meeting of the inhabitants of Croydon and its vicinity was

held on Tuesday, at the Town Hall, Croydon, to take into consideration the propriety of supporting the line of railway to Brighton projected by Mr. Gibbs. Capt. Alsager, M. P., took the Chair. Mr. Drummond read the report of a meeting held at Croydon, on the 24th of September la
January 16, 1836 - Unknown - Unknown
 
AGRICULTURE.

AGRICULTURE.

AGRtiCULT'UREI. - (Fram the A'gi-r'turt2are an ml ndusiit Melafgazine.) 'Ihe Old nag canie upon thc trial, to prove these to be jades that rmade spart in ?? t IThe spark has at lact bbeen fanttnP' intao a flarti.- That momemnt for which we have surenxtonsly waited that event for
January 19, 1836 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

l ? , (GAND FANCY BAr.L AT TIHE TUILEnIlE3.Tlle fancy ball at Court on Welnesday evening, tle Ctl inst., woo.ewtremoly brilliant* nearly 3;000 persoDS were pre- serin. With the ?? of about ?? deputies and some few foreigners, the whole of the conmipny were in costume. It wes rema
January 16, 1836 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

.DANs-C ING. ISS E. F. SQUANCE( respectfully announces b 1 tlr ict IIer A C 'sDiM Y wvill ?? rar. *,S SATU IDAY Jat. 23rd, a1 Mr. ''UCKE'IVS 241. l1igbh-Strset. | Deviiia ad Exeter Ilistitutiora, Jia. A(), 183li. t AN'EI) imnmediately, a FEMALIIEL ASSIS- e TAN'I', who thororiebly
January 21, 1836 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
- -r -- Public Amusements for the Weik. TIMEATILE 11.0TAL, COVENT-GAZDZW. MO- MORROW. THE HUNCHBACK. Muter Waiter , Mr. G.

- -r -- Public Amusements for the Weik. TIMEATILE 11.0TAL, COVENT-GAZDZW. MO- MORROW. THE HUNCHBACK. Muter Waiter , Mr. G.

Bennett' Sir T. Clifford. Mr. C. Kembie—Moius, Mr. Osbaldisloa—Julia, Miss H. Faucit. With HARLEQUIN GUY FAWKES. On Tuesday, THE HUNCHBACK. After which HARLEQUIN GUY FAWKES; or. THE FIFTH OF NOVEMBER. oaWedusday. PAUL CLIFFORD. With HARLEQUIN GUY FAWKES. And THE BRONZE HORSE. .
January 17, 1836 - Weekly Dispatch (London) - London, London, England