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WANTED, a DRV NURSE, for a Child being weaned. She mutt well recommended \ last fiuiation. Apptyatthc Office tins i'aper.

WANTED, a DRV NURSE, for a Child being weaned. She mutt well recommended \ last fiuiation. Apptyatthc Office tins i'aper.

desirable premises. TO be LET, a SHOP, with splendidly titted " SHOW ROOMS, &c.—Apply at Xo. 40fi. High PRIVATE TUITION. A French Gentleman, having for many years taught the FRENCH LANGUAGE, and constant a,, cation to the study of the most effectual means of caching, r, conseque
October 20, 1836 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
SHIRER and MACDOUGALL J7EG most respectfully to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, and Public of Cheltenham and its vicinity, that they

SHIRER and MACDOUGALL J7EG most respectfully to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, and Public of Cheltenham and its vicinity, that they

have arranged to open their Extensive Carpet, Family Linen, and Cloak WAREROOMS, IMPERIAL CIRCUS, Promenade, On THURSDAY the 27th ms'ant. When they pledge themselves to offer CARPETS, of the most novel and approved designs, in Venetian, Kidderminster, Port Eglington, Brussels. S
October 20, 1836 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
London.

London.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14. The reason the Ministers Charles X. were not included in the late act of clemency is said be their refusal to solicit relief at the hands of the present King. They will, consequence, be removed from their prison to a Maison de Sante. Late accounts from Lisbon
October 17, 1836 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
ASTERN COUNTIES' RAILWAY COMPANY, incorporated Act Parliament for making Railway from London to Norwich ! , yarmoutli, Romford, Chelmsford, Colchester,

ASTERN COUNTIES' RAILWAY COMPANY, incorporated Act Parliament for making Railway from London to Norwich ! , yarmoutli, Romford, Chelmsford, Colchester,

and Ipswich. FIRST CALL OF £1 PER SHARK. . Notice is hereby given,—That the Directors have, in pursuance of the powers given them by the Act of made a FIRST CALL of per SH A RE, payable on or before the 26th of Novemoer s,®*? : we several Proprietors of Shares the Capital Stock
October 17, 1836 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
TO MR. ARTHUR FANE. Sir, WHEN I replied, last week, to some observations which had appeared in a contemporary, on

TO MR. ARTHUR FANE. Sir, WHEN I replied, last week, to some observations which had appeared in a contemporary, on

my late publication entitled " Contrasts," an<l which, I have since learnt, proceeded from your pen, I had hoped that the refutation I then gave to your misstatements relative to the work question would have ended the discussion. But it appears that reply has had the effect of d
October 17, 1836 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
CHELTENHAM AND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. FIRST GENERAL MEETING THE PROPRIETORS. AT a GENERAL MEETING of the CHELTENHAM and GREAT

CHELTENHAM AND GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. FIRST GENERAL MEETING THE PROPRIETORS. AT a GENERAL MEETING of the CHELTENHAM and GREAT

WESTERN UNION RAILWAY COMPANY, held in pursuance of the Act of Incorporation, at the' Masonic Hall, in Cheltenham, on the 6th of October, 1836. „ . WILLIAM HENRY HYETT, Esq. in the Chair. It was resolved unanimously, Ist.—That the Report of the Directors now read, in all respect
October 20, 1836 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
ST. JOHN'S-STREET. DEVIZES. MESSRS. GRIMES, FOX, and Co. beg respectfully t„ inform the Ladies of DEVIZES and its icinity. ih-»

ST. JOHN'S-STREET. DEVIZES. MESSRS. GRIMES, FOX, and Co. beg respectfully t„ inform the Ladies of DEVIZES and its icinity. ih-»

their SHEW-ROOM is now OPEN with a choice Assortment «f Winter Fasltiong Comprising an assortment of splendid French and Merinos, and figured Satins, in great variety, silk and otl ttr Cloaks, NOTICE. ' ALL Persons indebted the Estate of VVM. ATTWOOD of Bromham, are desired to p
October 20, 1836 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
EMIGRATION TO AMERICA.

EMIGRATION TO AMERICA.

Extract of a letter from George Bitker, late of Pamber, Hants, sawyer and country labourer, to friend in that village:— " Sherbrooke Eastern Townships, Lower Canada, 15Hi July, 183 G. "We arrived in the Broinlies at Quebec on Thursday, the June,having beeu thirty-eight days from
October 15, 1836 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
WEYHILL FAIR.

WEYHILL FAIR.

Monday, Oct. 10.— Weyhill fair commenced at early hour this morning- The weather was very unfavourable* From the time of the penning, to eight o'clock, the rain fell in torrents, and afforded au excellent opportunity of proving beyoud doubt the efficacy of the Mackintosh Shirts,
October 15, 1836 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
TUESDAY, Oct. 11.

TUESDAY, Oct. 11.

INSOLVENT. James Green Peacock, Allhallows-lane, City, merchant bankrupts. John Gilbert Lynch and Jame* Kite, New North-road, eoal merchants Thomas Wlgglnton, Sheeruess, jeweller Richard Tennant, Goswell-etreet, Ilccuted victualler John Whiting, Birmingham, stationer William She
October 15, 1836 - Berkshire Chronicle - Reading, Berkshire, England