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CORPORATE REFORM DINNER,

CORPORATE REFORM DINNER,

COR?PORAT? Z?rORX DzrnqE2, Te t~iboral Wembeors, of thee Town Council. The above gratifying event-affording in itself a pleasing indication of the g~reat improvemnent -introduced into our social relations by tile municipal reform act, took place at Wvatts' Royal Gloucester Hotel,
October 22, 1836 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday & Thursday's Posts.

it k«« snorted that our Government D has been wpjro but the reporti was about to send 60Wme vegse , B fa the Tagus we understand, is unfo«na in _ are sufficient to protect ur necesBary from terests, and to rescue the personal danger. t heSwissDiet, of which AtthelastmeetiDg Mode
October 28, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
KESTEVEN SESSIONS.

KESTEVEN SESSIONS.

Bourn, Monday and Tuesday the 17th and 18th Oct.— Before William Augustus Johnson, Esq. Chairman, Gilbert John Heathcote and Benj. Handley, Esqs., and the Rev. E. Hopkinson, Wm. Waters, B. V. Layard, Wm. Hildyard, and Wm. Hardwicke, Clerks. The Treasurer's accounts for tbe last
October 28, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
To be SOLD, A Brace of very superior Black GREYHOUNDS.— For price, and particulars, apply to Mr. Hopkinson, Sutton, near

To be SOLD, A Brace of very superior Black GREYHOUNDS.— For price, and particulars, apply to Mr. Hopkinson, Sutton, near

Wansford. PUBLIC-HOUSE to LET. To be LET, and may be entered upon immediately, A Good-accustomed PUBLIC-HOUSE and DRAMSHOP, situated in one of the greatest thoroughfares in the Town of Hull, and fronting the River: a Brewhouse attached. Free from spirit merchant, and makes beds.
October 28, 1836 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
MRS. MACGREGOR

MRS. MACGREGOR

OST reepectfully begs leave to express her gratitude to the NOBILITY, the GENTRY, and to all others who have favoured her late Husband with their order,, in times past, for their constant and liberal support. She now begs to inform thorn. that she intends to carry on the BUSINF:
October 26, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
THE CONS.TITUTIONAI„AVEDNESDAY, OCT. 116,

THE CONS.TITUTIONAI„AVEDNESDAY, OCT. 116,

mirth" Abed* de me reconcile it to id *Wit egimmidmsse. The Marquis thud dm ...dal But what was the ferias conduct ? In the be maid met eamibly in the foondadoe la die mated intended to prodle upon the omesiou. Now, • own account of the meson of his • and of meal of the refusal.
October 26, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
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October 26, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
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October 26, 1836 - Perthshire Constitutional & Journal - Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
 
TURNPIKE ROAD, Leading from Sunderland near Ike Sea, tke Qmntu of Ihuham, to the Ciip of Dwkam. NOTICE IS HEREBY

TURNPIKE ROAD, Leading from Sunderland near Ike Sea, tke Qmntu of Ihuham, to the Ciip of Dwkam. NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN, that the next MEETING the TRUSTEES of the above ROAD, appointed to bolden the Commission Room, in tbe Exchange Buildings, in Sunderland, on SATURDAY, the Twelfth day of November next, Twelve o’clock at Noon, when the TOLLS arising at tbe Toll Gates upon the said Road, and
October 22, 1836 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England
 
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

The official notice of the Mamoipsl Eleetioos for this city appears in our advertising eotanms. Tho Elections are take place on Tuesday, tbe Ist November. Two Councillors are be elected in each Ward for those who will have to retire at end of the current year—that is, for tha tw
October 26, 1836 - Durham Chronicle - Durham, Durham, England