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THE QUARTER'S REVENUE.

THE QUARTER'S REVENUE.

The official returns of the revenue for the quarter ended on Monday show considerable improvement the leceipts of the Customs npon the year and quarter, compared with the corresponding periods of 18.15. llie increase is 1,758,705/ upon the year, and 9'J9 upon the quarter. In the
October 15, 1836 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

My Wife's Tooth ! Policeman K (No. 66), tall wire-haired boy, evidently very recently caught, appeared to support claim for 1/ Is against lisping dentist, named Cracour. 'Ihe latter gentleman had rings upon each finger, and seemed require nothing but bells his toes to complete t
October 15, 1836 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
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October 6, 1836 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
VoL. IV.—No. 197.] CT ANDREWS CHURCH EXTENSION MELTING. A DEPUTATION the GENERAL COMMITTEE for CHURCH EXTENSION. will meted the Tows

VoL. IV.—No. 197.] CT ANDREWS CHURCH EXTENSION MELTING. A DEPUTATION the GENERAL COMMITTEE for CHURCH EXTENSION. will meted the Tows

of St Andrews, war the to th e mistily( NO reload. esti to plead the came of what withie the Parish sod err. District. wits ere Malik to the object of the a re larked to mewl. R. A. Aeltrailher. Beet. t• ra id s . St Asirews. Ilth Oct.. ISM PRIVATE TUITION. PAN beers the LW. as
October 13, 1836 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
1117400 OV /WE.

1117400 OV /WE.

OV /WE. TIM reversed sot es Tubby for the despoil M The Rev. Mr of Ed moderator for the let MK yese. ea appropriete and lon Mm. Blip. s., Tor. 1 Aker Mimi M the vestry. the Rev. Mr Crawford of Cells elected mode. niter be sort year. Alter same rendes bombes, the of bills tressmit
October 13, 1836 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
that it is admitted to he or a superior description. — Sir Ronald and Mr Fergus. hoarser, in the course

that it is admitted to he or a superior description. — Sir Ronald and Mr Fergus. hoarser, in the course

the evening, took a for the best cow of the Devonshire tweed. The gave—The Stringers--for which (as it seemed to lot the wish of the meeting) Wat. son returned thanks in his usual neat end happy way. Fr in giving—The Cninpiera—took the of rec nending Mr Leivis's work. es we ll w
October 20, 1836 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
MEMORAB.fLLL

MEMORAB.fLLL

Pada have bees glebe passes dens at ATMeans the t eche_ Wasters OW which wee bend dews peer. has he.. NINO. hid was spewed loth' petals The resat between sod dabbers was severed with to depth lashes test.So revere a gene Mown In It his le twat • L I 5 Aryls= is A from all the mi
October 20, 1836 - Fifeshire Journal - Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
 
THE ONLY TWICE-A-

THE ONLY TWICE-A-

October 22, 1836 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
THE ROYAL NAVY, Ac.

THE ROYAL NAVY, Ac.

A General Court-Martial was hvld the Royal Marine messroom, Woolwich barracks, on Wednesday the September, and continued adjournment until vesterday, l.ieutenam William Oswald M Kenxh* Bellier*, the Rmal Mamies, sta. tioued at Woolwich, for unoffleer-hke. insubordinate, and nnge
October 1, 1836 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
WEST CORK MINING COMPANY’S ANTICORROSION BLACK and BROWN MINERAL VARNISH PAINT. The means by which Wood and Iron could be

WEST CORK MINING COMPANY’S ANTICORROSION BLACK and BROWN MINERAL VARNISH PAINT. The means by which Wood and Iron could be

preserved from premature decay has long been a subject of anxiou* attention— Chairing, and the Anti.corrosives hitherto used, having been found totally inefficient. This desirable object has at length been attained by the discovery of a mineral substance, from which the Varnish
October 3, 1836 - Globe - London, London, England