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THE RZNO.

THE RZNO.

THE Bill Cakvoll att* Bob Hkald.—On Monday last, these men met on Baguley Moor, about seven wiles from Manchester, to contend for the sum of a side. Ihe fight lasted oue hour and a half, the advantage of the Stockport You*h, who drew blood in the first round, and won the first fa
July 31, 1836 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
sender.—Manufactory, Jarvis’s, 142, ’j ottenharn.court mad, and Bottles at 3s. • :d. and 4s. (id. each, by Barclay and .Sons, l-arrin^doi

sender.—Manufactory, Jarvis’s, 142, ’j ottenharn.court mad, and Bottles at 3s. • :d. and 4s. (id. each, by Barclay and .Sons, l-arrin^doi

sender. —Manufactory, Jarvis’s, 142, ottenharn.court mad, and Bottles at 3s. • : d. and 4s. (id. each, by Barclay and .Sons, l-arrin^doi Sutton and Co., Bow Church Edwards, St. Paul’s . hall-street; Swaine and Isa cs, Piccadii y : and all Co., Li ailen -■ts, saddlers, ftc TT’RANK
July 31, 1836 - Bell's Life in London and Sporting Chronicle - London, London, England
 
tavlng neglected to fulfil her contract, it wan a question for that house consider whether should not follow the example

tavlng neglected to fulfil her contract, it wan a question for that house consider whether should not follow the example

of Russia, and refuse to guarantee the third instalment, The advance of this money would be of no advantage to Greece, and thought ahouldjiot it to support a military despotism in that country. In fact, Greece was too poor a country to support a monarchy. (Hear.) The government
July 31, 1836 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
14 THE ROYAL SUITORS.

14 THE ROYAL SUITORS.

THE ROYAL SUITORS. What on earth all tie foreign prince* come regularly swarming over here for ? How silent are our newspaper* ! Has it never struck them to iu» quire into the motives of these little highnesses embryo kings ? Some on their travels, some to pay their respects to h
July 31, 1836 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

J. E. Smith and T. L, Chester, New York, general merchants.. J. Howell and J. Parry, St. Helen, Worcester, linen-draper*.. J. Perkins and G. Perkins, liishopsgate, Egham, timber-merchants.. K. Bentley and T. Rowley, Manchester, retail tea-dealers.. W. Butcher and K Stone. Buckio
July 31, 1836 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
NEWGATE AND IaEADENHALXa.

NEWGATE AND IaEADENHALXa.

»Y CARCAHK. Beef joU 39 6d is od Veal 3s od Mut. 4d od 4s Pork 3s 4d Lamb, s ud to lOd. SOUTH A Ll^-Wednesday. There were 145 beasts, 4476 Sheep, 44 Figs, and 07 Calves market.—Prices as follow, sinking the otfal Beef. 3«. 49. 1Vea1.... od. 4s, lOd. Mutton . 4s. Od. 4s. (Pork...
July 31, 1836 - Bell's New Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
Seventh Edition, with Additions and Corrections, Adolphus Bernnys, Ph. Dr. Professor of the German Language and Literature, in Kinn's Collo"**,

Seventh Edition, with Additions and Corrections, Adolphus Bernnys, Ph. Dr. Professor of the German Language and Literature, in Kinn's Collo"**,

London. ABB’S of GERMAN ami ENGLISH P;i'iiili:ir Humects. L imnnan, Hccs, and Co.; .1. G. and F. Ilivintfton; J. B.xiker; Whittaker and Co.- tniiipUin, .Harshull, and Co.; 0. Souter; lloulstun and Son; and J. Waeey. SIR WALTER SCOTT’S HISTORY OF SCOTLAND, roii Tin-: or schools.
July 31, 1836 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
MESSENGER.

MESSENGER.

July 31, 1836. DIVIDENDS To DR MADE I!* BASINGIIALL-STREET. Colliru;wood, J. E., Groat Nowport-strcct, Lon?-aorc, dealer in pictures, Ji.lyiU. IJjV.N Ilanovcr-strect, Uiuiover-sqnare, tailor, Aur. 30. M'illiams, T. R., LambVbuildinßa, Bimhill-row, japaunci'. July 34. DIVIDENDS r
July 31, 1836 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER.

BELL'S WEEKLY MESSENGER.

the exceed 300/ a year, i Wednesday, July 27. One clause, however, he should entirely strike out. | The LORD CHANCELLOR took his seat on the wool* The amendments having been read and the motion put, sack the usual hour; but the business standing Lord MELBOURNE said, that notwith
July 31, 1836 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England
 
JULV 31. menu which could be devoted to replace the church rates. Hi* opinion waa, that the wants of the

JULV 31. menu which could be devoted to replace the church rates. Hi* opinion waa, that the wants of the

church generally were such (supposing the house should agree that these wants should be attended to in the first place, and the service in the cathedrals having to be provided for afterwards) that for the purpose of supplying the wants of the church in po* pulous places there wo
July 31, 1836 - Bell's Weekly Messenger - London, London, England