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From the Gazettes of June 28 and July 1.

From the Gazettes of June 28 and July 1.

From tfla Gazettes of June 28 and July 1. nrrr AUnf.l-- r-W wUQ--T-rrY, . DECLAIIATION OF INSOLVENCY. - X Joseph Bottonmley, Beech-street, Barbican, fan and sky. i W light manufacturer. All e BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDE-D. ~ William Hleycock, Henry Heycock, and Edwin Hleycock, rT . Bees
July 6, 1836 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE GRAVE OF THE LAST BORN.

THE GRAVE OF THE LAST BORN.

I saw an aged man standing by a pave, 'Twa" in the twilight hour,-the Month was May; And sweetest odoura on the sir did wave Perfuming all ?? hair was gray, He stood like marble monument ;-and save A groan or sigh escaping,-one might say, --He was a Statue placed to grace the de
July 27, 1836 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

London, Tuesday, Jury 19. CITY, TWELVE O'CLOCK.Consols opened tbia morn. ing at the closing prices of yesterday, 911 1 for the Account, and the same for Money. Exchequer Bills, S 10 * India Bonds, 2 disc. paY; Bank Stock, 211 212i; India Stock, 258 259. HALF-PAST ONE.-Consols ha
July 20, 1836 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
lug last Wednesday—the Rev. Mr. Miller of St. Leonard's Church, Aloderatur, in the chair. The tin.* husiness was the Ws:sr

lug last Wednesday—the Rev. Mr. Miller of St. Leonard's Church, Aloderatur, in the chair. The tin.* husiness was the Ws:sr

NETTIEWENT.—AS we formerly intimated it would be. the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Gray, presentee to this church, was fixed to take place on Thursday the 14th inst. Curet:lt —as the Gaelic Chapel called—has again become the subject of Press Trial mediation. A portion of that cong
July 6, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
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July 6, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
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July 20, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
IMPSILOSSIEST ►oa nee► SILL.

IMPSILOSSIEST ►oa nee► SILL.

Lord Chancellor rose to move the second reeding the bill. He did not participate in the sympathy exclusively professed by some for those suffering Imprison- MOM for debt; whenever he considered the griettion blow kr it might possible consistently with the interests of the countr
July 20, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
CORNHILL, NEAR PERTH. rilHlSheautifitl PROPERTYand RESIDENCE, as formerly advertised, will now be Sold by Private Bargain. Offers to be lodged

CORNHILL, NEAR PERTH. rilHlSheautifitl PROPERTYand RESIDENCE, as formerly advertised, will now be Sold by Private Bargain. Offers to be lodged

with Metisrs. limiter, Campbell & Co.. W.S. Edinburgh ; or Nl, , sr4. Hooter & Conning, Writers, Perth, either of whom will inform as to partieutars, and conclude a Sale. 'Nth July, 1596.
July 27, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
STAMP DUTIES BILL.

STAMP DUTIES BILL.

The Chancellor of the Eachequer said, in cone.- pienee of having found, from consultation with the authorities of the stamp omee, that it was not necessary, fur the due collection and certain payment of the news.. paper duties, that the printers should be liable, he agreed to di
July 27, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland