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♦ALGLILI Coal .fines and other Minerals, the Cownty of Carisarthen,for Investment or Occupation. NIR. GEORGE ROBINS is instructed to SELL

♦ALGLILI Coal .fines and other Minerals, the Cownty of Carisarthen,for Investment or Occupation. NIR. GEORGE ROBINS is instructed to SELL

by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, the 10th of N , at the Auction Mart, in London, the valulable _______ _ FREEHOLD ESTATE OF TRIMSARAN, beautifully situate within three miles of the Sea, and four miles of the market towns and SEA-PORTS OP KIDWELLY AND LLANELLY, and 12 miles from Carmarth
October 21, 1836 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
RUSSIAN AGGRESSION.

RUSSIAN AGGRESSION.

The following is an extract from a pamphlet recently published by Murray. entitled "Progreu and Pretext Position of Muria the Scut," in which her career of aggression is historically traced, from the first establishment of a line of posts from the Volga to the Don, by. Peter the
October 21, 1836 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
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CARMARVIEN, OCTOBER loth, 1836. NOW LOADING, At Pickle-Herring Wharf, London, Per Mi{ford, Haverfortheett, Pembroke, Tenho, le, Cardigan, Lanepeter, Llamado, Liandorery, Carmarthen, sad Places adjacent, I/ CITY OF NORWICH, JOHN THOMAS, Master, and trill Soil the 301 h of October
October 21, 1836 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
LIANDOVERY UNION.

LIANDOVERY UNION.

To the Magistrates and Guardians who may be Elected for the said Union, under the Provisions of the Poor Law Amendment Act. GSNTLINIZN, BEG moot reepectfully to announce my intent., of offering myself as a CANDIDATE for situati of CLERK to the BOARD of GUARDIANS in the above Uni
October 21, 1836 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
Co tljc L'lliter at Mt intlibman.

Co tljc L'lliter at Mt intlibman.

Co tljc at Mt intlibman. The following is an answer to the mathematical question In the Welshman of the 7th Instant :—A projectile leasing the earth with a reloeity of Lam feet per Necond, and at an angle of 60 will .1 the do/sauce or fret. or 5 I furlong Its perpeodicular alUiod
October 21, 1836 - Welshman - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
 
NOTTINGHAM MEETING.

NOTTINGHAM MEETING.

Wednesday, Oct. 12th.— The day was heautifully fine, and the numerous attendance of carriages, horsemen. Ac. presented a very gay appearance; indeed, Nottingham races have seldom been better attended—the course was in prime order, and the number of.good.horses entered for the st
October 21, 1836 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
SMALL DEBTS' COURT.—OCTOBER 18.

SMALL DEBTS' COURT.—OCTOBER 18.

SMALL DEBTS' COURT. —OCTOBER 18. Be/ore Messrs. Allen (Chairman ', Manning. Sarson, Moeret Uiggtnsnn, Johnsun, Houlden, and Oldfield. Biggs v. Waterfield,— Debt, £3. 17s. 6d.—The defendant said he had never received bill particulars, it would have been paid. Tbe Commissioners ord
October 21, 1836 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
X |/ HARBOROUGH AND COVENTRY ROAD. notice hereby given, THAT the TOLLS, arising at the Toll Gates and Barsapon the

X |/ HARBOROUGH AND COVENTRY ROAD. notice hereby given, THAT the TOLLS, arising at the Toll Gates and Barsapon the

Turnpike Road, leading from Market . Harborough, in the County ofLeicester, through Lutterworth, , the said County, to the City of Coventry,called theseveral names of the Harborough Gate with Farndon Side Bar, the Spiral Gate, the Cross-in-Hand Gate, the Strettation Gate, with t
October 21, 1836 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
THE VAUXHALL BALLOON.

THE VAUXHALL BALLOON.

The folkrs meat of the great bal- -t from the Royal ■ communicated to us by Mr. iD, one of the voyagers, who favoured the public with the statement of her progress on a previous occasion : — " Pi rliaps 1 ought to apologise to you and your readers ioon troubling them upon the sa
October 21, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, Oct. 20

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, Oct. 20

This morning the Court met to hear applications for license-s to tl public dancing and In addition to 47 applications granted last year, tliere were S3 new applications. NOBTON FOLUAT] Mr. Adolphus applied on behalf of Mr. Christopher Cockerton, for a music lie use for a theatre
October 21, 1836 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England