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POETRY, ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.

POETRY, ORIGINAL AND SELECTED.

ow"i 2?5 72-1? ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. THE BEAUTIFUL DAY. By C. SWAM. Day on the mountain-the beautiful day. And the torrents leap forth in the pride of his ray, The chamois awtakes from his wild forest dream, And bound in the gladness and life of his beam And the horn of the hunt
July 2, 1836 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
LONDON, SUNDAY, July 3.

LONDON, SUNDAY, July 3.

. NEW' AnfEtIer To AssAksirNATt TilE KINS OF TrHE a FaRpNci.i-Froma the Journal de Panris.-. n Saturday at siX C 'o'clock anr'assassin, urmed with an air cane (or air ptin), and a piaced near the guichet of the Tuilleries, whichl opens I opposite the Pont Royal, fired on the King
July 7, 1836 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE PARLIAMENT.

THE PARLIAMENT.

- -Tl-F- PAR IA MENI T. HOUSE OF LORDS. P RIDAY.-Thie StaffordBoroaghIDisfrtirweliasemeflt Bill was further proceeded in, and them adjourned till Wednlesday next. At thle evening sitting. thle Parochial Assessments Bill, on mootion of the D)ukg oe; Rtirkheed, was rulterrvzl to a
July 14, 1836 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

H-ENIRYAOLYNE"UX,,_., AM!NJ, 1IGEXV.'IsLVD Ai~r~BROKTCI, EGS o anoune tht hehason Sale various Cii~tttie' 0 CON \ AL itid N t)N ;Plwns of whiolt, coil ~terine~c itthe resmoe ~eiI'i si hk' Ollce, *. Hetloivihmel1hti iorii ts state, thant thle 'onimts'iIon-i'e hits Iirssd, lint it
July 21, 1836 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
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Advertisements & Notices

CfICHRCifILL respectfully informs her frfendrX and the public that her SCHOOL 1{1lrrwar street, Lat5Vt 7a rul,186_ 'To be Let, tel inrediate Possession given, ,ill l. establisied MANCHESTER HOUSE, I ap' ?? MarketpIlac:, in the City of Bangor, in.its. c OP t?,al-l3fI ,t George Her
July 19, 1836 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Anglesey Horticultural Society.

Anglesey Horticultural Society.

On Wedoesday last the Flowel, Sbow of thii Society for the present year, took place in, tie Assem blyv Ruoom, Beaun aris. Notsvithstanding the unfasvouablote staot of tie weathier, and the absice of surle of thle liaici pul families, the attendance was good. Amiong the company w
July 19, 1836 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
THE CHRONICLE.

THE CHRONICLE.

* THE C RONICLE| V BANGOR, TUESDAY, JUIY 5, 1836. The Lords have passed the Rubicon, and an- swered the menace which threatened the stability of their house by rejecting the Commons' amend- ments. The skeleton bill which was content with the baker's dozen, has shared the fate of
July 5, 1836 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Foreign Intelligence.

Foreign Intelligence.

?? 3Intelltitece. ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE TIlE KI.\G OF FRANCE. Yesterday evening, at a quarterpast six o'clet at the moment when the King was passillgthrou`. the Guichet of the Tuileries, in front of the P".. Royal, to return to Neuilly, a young man, ?? 28 or 30 years, fired upon
July 5, 1836 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
THE CHRONICLE.

THE CHRONICLE.

THE CHRONICLER BANGOR, 'IrTES.D)AY', JULY 26, 1836. I'ftr. Cit ?? reform is progressing; aid thie we tciruten who guarded the portals have !ielded to tile " pressure from without." We do f "iot say that reformation ',vas not needed. The v ronsequlences we do not chose to predict,
July 26, 1836 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
OXFORDSHIRE ASSIZES.

OXFORDSHIRE ASSIZES.

OXFOUJS-0 BURGL IR AT STOKn9 L0YN1" Din see,.s Gitb&i Beale, and;-rorn, Thm= akr Vili"4,if lentering the dwelling 21feosrr. were indicated for buga ie1th of MIrrhe it lst at ?? Of James Stnebbriry, on the 1 t1 hur1 it Stoke Lyne, n . ai h ad ?? Ilutet to nu~tdr Ill",n lv lone at
July 23, 1836 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England