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FUR 9 SHAWL, AND CLOAK WAREHOUSE- solicits the Inhabitants of Leicester and Vicinity to an inspection of his extensive Stock,—

FUR 9 SHAWL, AND CLOAK WAREHOUSE- solicits the Inhabitants of Leicester and Vicinity to an inspection of his extensive Stock,—

T L^ h“v?n^eSd n fteSove C & oods from the various Markets the utmost care and on the most advantageous terms, feels confident he shall merit a share of Public patronage. Haymarket, Oct. 6th.
October 15, 1836 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

Fr nri Monday, October 17, 1 wsday, October 18. I'he Paris journals Thursday and Friday are filled with speculations upon the state of the dispute with Switzerland, and its probable termination. The ministerial journals hold nut a kind flag of truce, by hinting that the confessi
October 20, 1836 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
Mark-lane, Wednesday, Oct 19.—Since Monday there ha. scarcely a vessel arrived laden with Wheat; ami the few market this morning

Mark-lane, Wednesday, Oct 19.—Since Monday there ha. scarcely a vessel arrived laden with Wheat; ami the few market this morning

confuted almost entirely of gran vi"d parcels. Needy purchasers, in some instance*, acceded to the demands ofthe Fartors of Is per qr more money, but the business transpiring was limited ; lor though Miller* are gene, rally out of stork, they are waiting the arrival of tbe Testi
October 21, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

The dispute between France and Switzerland seems to exactly on a par with that between the former Government and America, arising in both instances from arrogance and imjietuosity, brought in aid of original bad faith. The excuse as regarded the latter case was that the American
October 21, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
PARTS of LINDSEY, COUNTY of LINCOLN. WE the undersigned, Nathaniel Richard Clarke and Richard Wildman, Esquires, being the Barristers appointed

PARTS of LINDSEY, COUNTY of LINCOLN. WE the undersigned, Nathaniel Richard Clarke and Richard Wildman, Esquires, being the Barristers appointed

to Revise the Lists of Voters in the Election of Knights of the Shire for the Parts of Lindsey, the county of Lincoln, do hereby give Notice, that we shall make a CIRCUIT of the Parts of LINDSEY aforesaid, for the purpose of REVISING such LISTS of VOTERS, and that we shall hold
October 21, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MR. OTWAY.

MR. OTWAY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUE SUN. SIR,—As the notice you have been pleased to bestow upon my late performance at the Queen's Theatre, on occasion of my benefit, is tempered with an apparent degree of truth, to which I would readily succumb. had I nothing to offer in explanation, I
October 21, 1836 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
morning paper, was kind enough to explain the different nature of smoke, in ,\ lie seemed to be a connoisseur

morning paper, was kind enough to explain the different nature of smoke, in ,\ lie seemed to be a connoisseur

of the first wair,i , r r.oher carbonate and water. He succeeded in bottling two columns of the blackest kind, which I believe appeared iii the next day's paper. I now began to feel that I was above the world, and taking out my large telescope, I minutely observed the apple stal
October 21, 1836 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY PRESS.

THE DAILY PRESS.

THE CONSERVATIVES. (From the Times.) Having yesterday presented our readers with a detailed report of what took place at the Tradesmen's Conservative meeting on Tuesday last in Liverpool, we have now merely to express that exulting satisfaction which we are sure all friends of t
October 21, 1836 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
FICTITIOUS DISTRESS.

FICTITIOUS DISTRESS.

MARYLEBONE.—It will be remembered that, about three weeks -since, a well-dressed middle-aged man, named James Fitzgerald, was brought up to this office, together with a young woman, his daughter, charged with having, by fictitious tales of distress, imposed upon the nobility and
October 21, 1836 - True Sun - London, London, England
 
MR. ()TWAY.

MR. ()TWAY.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TRUE SUN. Si,—As the notice you have been pleased to bestow upon my late performance at the Queen.'s Theatre, on occasion of my benefit, is tempered with an apparent degree of truth, to which I would readily succumb had I nothing to oiler in explanation, I t
October 21, 1836 - True Sun - London, London, England