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MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE.

MISCELLANEOUS INTELLIGENCE.

Carlist Defeat at St. Sebastian.—The Carlists. on the I st of October, attacked St. Sebastian, and were beaten back with great loss to their numbers. The conduct the British Legion is on all sides spoken of with admiration. The Carlist troops are said to be in open mutiny : they
October 15, 1836 - Leicester Chronicle - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
The Ear.—lt is understood that Mr. Downing, Surgeon Aurist Member the Royal CoUege of Surgeons, who at present in this

The Ear.—lt is understood that Mr. Downing, Surgeon Aurist Member the Royal CoUege of Surgeons, who at present in this

town, ori his way from Edinburgh London, is consulted on diseases of the ear at Mr. Melton's, No. 18, Upper Temple-street, where he may be seen for a short time, between the hours of ten and two o'clock. From the high testimonials which Mr. D. has received from Sir Astley Cooper
October 17, 1836 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
STATIONERY, BOOKSELLING, AND ACCOUNT BOOK WAREHOUSE, 95, HIGH-STREET (the OFFICE OF THIS FATE*). ACCOUNT BOOKS of every description, mrirnffiav ledgers,

STATIONERY, BOOKSELLING, AND ACCOUNT BOOK WAREHOUSE, 95, HIGH-STREET (the OFFICE OF THIS FATE*). ACCOUNT BOOKS of every description, mrirnffiav ledgers,

journals, cash books, pocket ledgers, day, invoice, and bill books, accurately ruled and firmly bound. WRITING PAPERS, extensive assortment suitable for the Countmg-bouse, for ordinary Correspondence, or for Professional purposes, laid and wove, plain surface, rolled, or highly
October 17, 1836 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, TBS MR. ABMiSTBAD. last rxrf nights tub FOUR CHINESE BROTH "RS THIS PRESENT MONDAY, Oct. 17, -.he new

THEATRE ROYAL, TBS MR. ABMiSTBAD. last rxrf nights tub FOUR CHINESE BROTH "RS THIS PRESENT MONDAY, Oct. 17, -.he new

Drama ofthe FATAL RAVINE. ASTONISHING PYRAMIDS OF THE FOUR BROTHERS. DANCING each night Mr. Smith, Miss Rxxki.v, Mademoiselle Chbvallibb. After which, TEDDY THE TILER. > Teddy, Mr. Donas, who eagaged for limited period. The whole conclude with new Melo-drame, called THE CHARCOAL
October 17, 1836 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TO CIDER MAKERS. HOLMAN and HAM, Druggists, Exeter, have receivee c large Supply the justly celebrated ANTi-FERIYIENT, from Mr. HAM,

TO CIDER MAKERS. HOLMAN and HAM, Druggists, Exeter, have receivee c large Supply the justly celebrated ANTi-FERIYIENT, from Mr. HAM,

Bristol, the Sole Inventor. Price 9J. per packet, with Duect'ons for usa. 10- Just Imported, PRIME DUTCH FLOW. BULBS. JOSEPH HORSEY has now received an extensive aseortmci.t of Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus, Jonquils, Ranunculus, Anemonies, &c. &c, amongst wliich will found Roots
October 15, 1836 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CLKrAR AND FANCY SNUFF WAREHOUSE. MIDDLE OF GALLOWTREE-GATE, LEICESTER. J. BIDDLES, TOBACCONIST, BEGS leave most respectfully to acquaint the Nobility,

CLKrAR AND FANCY SNUFF WAREHOUSE. MIDDLE OF GALLOWTREE-GATE, LEICESTER. J. BIDDLES, TOBACCONIST, BEGS leave most respectfully to acquaint the Nobility,

Gentry, his Friends, and the Public in general of Leicester and its Vicinity, that he has taken the Shop lately occupied by MISS OSBORNE, which he opened ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER Bth, With a large and choice assortment of fine old Old Havannah and other Cigars, Fancy Snuffs and Toba
October 15, 1836 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
and Swannington Railway. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that on and after MONDAY next, the 17th October, until further notice

and Swannington Railway. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that on and after MONDAY next, the 17th October, until further notice

be given, the last Train with passengers will leave the West Bridge Station at Three o’clock in the Afternoon precisely, except on Saturdays qnd Fair days, when it will start at Four. From Long Lane the train will leave a quarter of an hour later. The strictest punctuality will
October 15, 1836 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. FRIDAY, OCT. 7. BANKRUPTS. s MTEL COXHE AD, Westminster Bridge-road, oi.man. WILLIAM HOUSTON, Crane-court, Fleet-street, printer.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. FRIDAY, OCT. 7. BANKRUPTS. s MTEL COXHE AD, Westminster Bridge-road, oi.man. WILLIAM HOUSTON, Crane-court, Fleet-street, printer.

MICHAEL HOBLING, Elizabcth-st., Pimlico, carpenter. GEORGE WHEELDON, Wood-street, laceman. TUESDAY, OCT. 11. DECLARATION OF INSOLVENCY. J. G. PEACOCK, merchant, All-hallow’s-lane, London. BANKRUPTS. J. G. LYNCH and JAMES KITE, coal-merchants, Macclesfield-wharf, New North-road,
October 15, 1836 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
No. 16. Lithography ATS. »T*J No. 3. GEORG I t ithographtc * are supplie inches by ... do. Together with

No. 16. Lithography ATS. »T*J No. 3. GEORG I t ithographtc * are supplie inches by ... do. Together with

Stom the PEINTI> Estates, Drawings , gaacuted the best 1 eovsr%T • • tl may “Licet Mr tfenber of the Lieentiate ( Having receh® several Medici some rery to which Chi!dr course practice, h« result* ; thinks ’* them publicity, thoug hazard «f iKiog, hy ti frequently toaked iq bret
October 15, 1836 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

CH rENIiAM HA RIEKS.—At Kleven. >~» ... Warden Hill. Uct * . Prion Arms. Charlton. Rlon.lay Charlton Abbott> . Wednesday ~ ~ A Fridav 28fli Aston. Saturday'::::::::.::: I'heasant.Oloucesterrowl. MR. FRETWF.I.L's HOI NDS. ® h h Tal'ly-'ho l.odge. y -—Will Todilington Turmpik*. Mr
October 20, 1836 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England