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E LOCUTION. - V r MISS S. BOOTH leaves most respectfully to announce, that it hi 1 her intention during

E LOCUTION. - V r MISS S. BOOTH leaves most respectfully to announce, that it hi 1 her intention during

her Stay at Leicester, to give Instruction limited number Pupils, in the above Art. Terms may be known application to Miss S. Booth, Crescent Cottage. ■f- a BONNE BOUCHE. l/fTtHIS being tbe season for WINE and WALNTJTS, I beg * I. leave most respectfully to offer the public a Wi
October 21, 1836 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
r\K __hl<3.____ Xwrr.Oolcliesterf Chelmsfoird> Maided ttarwicii, and dem-errol County Advertiser.

r\K __hl<3.____ Xwrr.Oolcliesterf Chelmsfoird> Maided ttarwicii, and dem-errol County Advertiser.

r\K ?? Xwrr Oolcliesterf Chelmsfoird> Maided ttarwicii, and dem-errol County Advertiser. / This Paper i% filed at the Chapter, London, Bedford, Garraxcay's.Sf PeePs Coffee-Bouses, Londo* PUBLISHED BY JOHN TAYLOR, JUN., No. 15, HIGH STREET, COLCHESTER, AND HENRY THOxMAS BiDDELL, C
October 21, 1836 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
MALT DUTY.

MALT DUTY.

Abstract of tbe Government Bill brought in last Session, and to be reproduced in the next : 1. 7th and Btb Geo. 4, c. 17. and 11th Geo. 4, c. 17, >. 8, regulating the keeping a barley book — repealed. 2. All notices required to be given by maltsters, and the time of giving such
October 21, 1836 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
< i :;\M lo DCBLIN, CALLING at PLY- tfoCTH, taking licht r;oods for Belfast, which will be tran- I iv

< i :;\M lo DCBLIN, CALLING at PLY- tfoCTH, taking licht r;oods for Belfast, which will be tran- I iv

-.team-boats from Dublin free of expense. — (Rodured I*l . Ilritish and Iris!. Sieam-Packet Company's splrnd'.d and ;, . ( IJY of LIMERICK, tact Beetle?, leaves DAVIS'S j j .Hjloy-Mreet, on SATURDAY Next, 22d October, at ?? - nr.- I ?? ai the Wharf Friday evening. Apply at - ??
October 21, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

CUSTOM-HOUSE, Oct. 20. ENTERED INWARDS— The Times, Elliot, from Newcastle; Aide, Parker, from Rotterdam] Lnion, Winter, from Harlinßen- Napoleon, Newby, from Nassau ; Mary Ann. Asherson.from Malaga' Batavier, Dunlop, from Rotterdam; Xereide, Kaillant. from Calais' Cumberland, Wr
October 21, 1836 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FALMOUTH PACKETS.

FALMOUTH PACKETS.

On Saturday, arrived H MP. Opossum, from Lis- bon, sailed on tbe 9th ; passenger Sen. Romas Eda Silva. The city was quiet, there had been a move- ment through the instigation of a Guerilla chief, who had excited the 14th regiment to proclaim Don Miguel ; the 7th regiment of Caca
October 21, 1836 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
Cornwall Auxiliary Bible Society

Cornwall Auxiliary Bible Society

On Friday 7th inst. the annual meeting ot mis Society was held in St. Mary's Sunday-school stows, Truro, and was numerously and respectably attended. Sir Charles Lemon, Bart. M.P. in the absence of the Right Hon. the Earl of Falmouth, was railed on to take the chair, which havin
October 21, 1836 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
AGRICULTURAL AFFAIRS.

AGRICULTURAL AFFAIRS.

STALL-FEEDING, &C January 1, 1836. Are tenants in your neighbourhood thriving? If they are not thriving, can rents be long conti- nued paid ? and if not paid, can they be laid out with the shopkeepers ? . If tenants are not thriving, what is the cause ? Is the land less producti
October 21, 1836 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
PROGRESS OF CONSERVATISM—RADICALISM.DEFINED.

PROGRESS OF CONSERVATISM—RADICALISM.DEFINED.

PROGRESS OF CONSERVATISM— RADICALISM DEFINED. Tbe history of this country for some months past has, we rejoice to say, been little else than a re- cord of the rapid progress of Conservatism through every portion of it— that is, of attachment to the British constitution as establi
October 21, 1836 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
CROWN COURT.

CROWN COURT.

(BEFORE JOHN DISNEY, EBG.) This Court assembled for business at nine o'clock on Wednesday morning- The Calendar, at the commencement, contained tbe names of 10(1 prisoners—a number which certainly appears large, but it is .owing to there having been no Adjourned Session iariag q
October 21, 1836 - Chelmsford Chronicle - Chelmsford, Essex, England