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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT.

PRORO6AtION OF PARLIAMENT. Ifis His Majesty left St. James's Palace, in the usual state,. ex( at balf.past one o'clock on Saturday, for the purpose of pro. La roguing the twvo Houses of Parliament. The royal cortege De was loudly cheered in its progress by inimense crowds of (r s
August 21, 1836 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIG ENCE. London, Thegday, Auig. S23; a CITY, TWELVE O'CLOCx._.The arrivals this morning a of ship letters are of old dates; consequently we have no intelligenceof consequence to communicate; and the express from Paris only brings a tonfirmation of the news receiv
August 21, 1836 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the Gazettes of August 16 and 19.

From the Gazettes of August 16 and 19.

From the Garetter of August 16 and 19. Ic DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. a James Windwood Coster, Great Burstead, Essex, farmer. - rBAWNRUPTCY ENLARGED. *s Robert Bagshaw Maan, Parliament.street, Westminster, . linen draper, from August 19, to Oct. 7, at the Court of . Bankruptcy. d
August 21, 1836 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
To the EDITOR of the DERBY MERCURY.

To the EDITOR of the DERBY MERCURY.

Tv oae EDITOR of she DERRY MERCURY. By an Address, dated at Lichfield on the 14th of July, proceeding from the Committee there for erecting a monument to the memory of the late BISHOP RyirEa, and signed by the Chairman, James Thomas Law, Chancellor of the Diocese, it appears that
August 3, 1836 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
There is one circumstance connected with the rejection of the Irish Church Appropriation Bill in the House of

There is one circumstance connected with the rejection of the Irish Church Appropriation Bill in the House of

THE DERBY MERCURY. WMDNESDAY, AUGUST 0. I There in one circumstance connected with the rejection of the Irish Church Appropriation Bill in the House of I --A L.- a ?? . . . .. . I ?? which deserves more than ordinary notice, because a It places the party composing the majority in
August 3, 1836 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
VILLA AND GROUNDS OF ANNAT BANK, IN NEW SCONE, To be FEUED in LOTS, by PUBLIC ROUP, within the SALUTATION

VILLA AND GROUNDS OF ANNAT BANK, IN NEW SCONE, To be FEUED in LOTS, by PUBLIC ROUP, within the SALUTATION

HOTEL, upon FRIDAY the 26th day of August, 1836, at 12 o'clock, noon. THESE GROUNDS, which are beautifully situated upon a sloping bank, having a southerly exposure, close by the Village of New Scone, were laid ont with great taste as a Garden and Orchard by the late Mr. Maiben,
August 10, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
The DIRECTORS of the DENDEE and LEITH STEAM-11' PACKET COMPANY hereby intimate, that their Steam.. Packet,

The DIRECTORS of the DENDEE and LEITH STEAM-11' PACKET COMPANY hereby intimate, that their Steam.. Packet,

August 10, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
MEAL MARKE2'S.

MEAL MARKE2'S.

CORN A VERAGRS.—Ade 26. General Weekly Average. Wheat. I Barley.' Oats. Rye. I Ream. PCAlle. ,32 7d 193 s ad 133 a 94 39,1 24 143 i Aggregate Average a! last Sir Weeks, whirk governs Dray. Wheat. I Barley. I Oats. I Rye. I Beans. I Pease. 3d 13is 7d 23. nd 1 32 a s 7d 41a 7d Dot
August 3, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
for Exhibition ; and the Judges, therefore, must pro- ceed upon that evidence, without reference to any other person. They

for Exhibition ; and the Judges, therefore, must pro- ceed upon that evidence, without reference to any other person. They

will state, however, for the information of the Committee, if any of the Stock, in their opinion, does not come within the regulations prescribed for the Competition, so that such farther inquiry may be made as the Committee may think necessary. 4. In forming their judgment, the
August 17, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
CONIRIE.

CONIRIE.

Sr!PTCTID ("WENDiiialsid.—About three o'clock, on the morning of Tuesday seennight, the meal mill of Ross, on the property of Mr. Drumotood of Strageath, about two miles from Connie, was diecovered to be enveloped in flames. It was first noticed by a farmer on the further side o
August 17, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland