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STOCKTON AGRICULTURAL DINNER.

STOCKTON AGRICULTURAL DINNER.

To the Editor of the Durham Chromdt, frc., Sim,—Though, times, keen enough of politics, 1 don’t like to have them thrust under nose every tom. attended ihe Stockton Caul* Show Uiuue-, hope in* Somethin* from the many very clever men that-dinsO me. You rosy guess, then, how vexed
October 5, 1836 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
LOyVOX MARKETS.

LOyVOX MARKETS.

MARKETS. CORN EXCHANGE, Sen. 29. Since Monday tbe rapplirs ofgWheat in Mark-lane have been very limited. a> tbc of the anivals reporti-d 10-dny had armed by land to that day's matkeu The parcels, therefore, left over were those at this morning* market, auJ, Imk of tioequ.ihty to
October 1, 1836 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
BAZAAR. . A ®ALB-©it ARTICLES, Useful awl Ornamental, Ukeplmce on Monday Tuesday, October bm 4tb, I MB, the Girl’s School

BAZAAR. . A ®ALB-©it ARTICLES, Useful awl Ornamental, Ukeplmce on Monday Tuesday, October bm 4tb, I MB, the Girl’s School

Room, Pamaob, Old Elvrt, Durham. The profits arisJuc Iroin the Sale will be applied In aid of the famls the Cbttroh MiashNwry Society, and of the Minions * t ** * instttalrd bf tbs New Ctnmexiou. The Room will bo open from 11 to o'clock each day. Om Shilliaft from each xisilor w
October 1, 1836 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
BITTER, CHEESE, BACON, and HAMS.

BITTER, CHEESE, BACON, and HAMS.

Irish Butter (orv). «. «. Chrear. •. t. BrUkst Thin Berkeley Cartow IXiuWrWUtohlfe Thin ditto 4daS6 Cheshire Derby , Baron. Singed .... Middles a
October 1, 1836 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ROOK.

THE ROOK.

'THLE RO(K. IFile followilng description of tule habits of the 1Rorck is from tin execilent work on the feathiercd tribes of lIngland, by ?? Miudic:- Ivety body kitos (lie Rook; tile daork, the noisr, iii sottictitines the nest-plundering, or, in tihe early hiell3s the couti iltt
October 4, 1836 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
Poetry.

Poetry.

f3r, EtVI). ?? Ml [SIC, AND) MIOONLGIII'. ( 1 'e ?? ?? .tlahgal iac.) 'Iwas on ItI baluey eve oi'Jur, WhVile soilly glesitietd the visilng 1110011 Abol o it pillowiitg clolld, whkose Silow Seieted bathed ill tlia celestial glate- A sounds of'carth and air were mute ienll ?? I hle
October 4, 1836 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
NEW ACT TO REGULATE PARISH ASSESSMENTS.

NEW ACT TO REGULATE PARISH ASSESSMENTS.

NEW ACT T T. 4EGULATE PF.IISH , I ?? I A ;ssr.g~sllgv ?? , An act was passed during the last session, for the pur- pose of putting an end to thc unequal, anomalous, and frequently unjust method of rating property to the poor- rates, which exists in many parts of the kingdom, and
October 1, 1836 - Preston Chronicle - Preston, Lancashire, England
 
ROXWELL PLOUGHING MATCH

ROXWELL PLOUGHING MATCH

This match took place on YY'edcesday last, in a clover ley, near Screens, belonging to T. VV. Bramston, Esq , M.P., in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Everard, called Rainbow Field. The weather proving auspicious induced the attendance of Mr. and Mrs. Bramston and their friends, in
October 7, 1836 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
BIRTHS. 28th ult., the Lady of Sir Herbert Oakeley, Bart., Dean of Bocking, of a daughter. Ist inst., the wife

BIRTHS. 28th ult., the Lady of Sir Herbert Oakeley, Bart., Dean of Bocking, of a daughter. Ist inst., the wife

of the Rev. Ebenezer Temple, of Rochford, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. 22nd ult., at Long Melford, Mr. Charles Long, boot and shoemaker, of Sudbury, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Aaron Ostler, of the former place. 27th ult., at Prittlewell, in this county, the Rev. D. L. Weddall,
October 7, 1836 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
JOHN KING

JOHN KING

BEGS leave, most respectfully, to announce to the inhabitants of Bradford and its vicinity that has o;>ened the above works \ry>erehe carrying on tfie -tfarhfe traife in aff its branches, and trusts from the experience has had, and strict and unremitting attention Business merit
October 6, 1836 - Bradford Observer - Bradford, Yorkshire, England