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News by the London Posts.

News by the London Posts.

0tw o1 tfte Lonbonv Mot%. I--O LONDON, Tuesday, October t0. Y the arrival of the Togus steamer at Falmnouth, on 1 Sunday, we have received advices from Lisbon of the h and fir' Oportoof the 5th, inst. The Togas touched io on the 6th, to take on board the Duke of Terceira d fjaiil
October 14, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL POLICE.

BRISTOL POLICE.

3 COUNCIL-HOUSE. SATURDAY, Oct. 7, 1837. Magistrates present: Messrs. Ash and Herapath. James Cann, a boy, was charged with stealing a handkerchief and some silver from Mr. Stone, beer-house keeper, of Hanham. The prisoner had been in the habit of sleeping in prosecutor's house,
October 14, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY.

(Frefn thr B0ailouag Mragazinre.) it being now a fact past dispute, that the liverpool and Man- chester railway has paid, and is paying, a dividend of nine and ten per cent. on a cost of 40,0002. per inile, what financial argument can reasonably be advanced against contemplated
August 12, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S & TUESDAY'S GAZETTES.

FROM FRIDAY'S & TUESDAY'S GAZETTES.

I INSOLVFNST. o Edward Sally, Belgrave-place, Wandsworths-road, farmer and cattle bales- V Mail1. of ti BANCRUPnTCIES AlNSU5.tD. ther Charles Foster, Kingsbury, Middlesex, bill.brsker-EdW. Beethanri, Ports, has mourb chambes,, Lincola's; Inn, ?? Cisifovy, Wood Ditton' i Cambridg
August 12, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

THE LATEST INTELkIGENCE. LONDON, FatmsY MOaNING. LORDS DuRusAs.-The loth of June Lord Durham set out from St. Petersburgh, and was to beat Gotteniburg on the 19th or .20th,,where a steam-vessel wa's waiting his arrival to convey him immediately to Eng land. He will Ireach London
June 24, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TOWN-COUNCIL.

TOWN-COUNCIL.

TOWWNmCO eNCXZx, it to ou~cz.HJozrsV, Wednesdai, FeM. I, 1837. ttS A quarterly-meetiisg of the council was held this day. The 'C~r attepdtance~of the ruembere,-owing probably to the-prevailing epi- lio derwaveymtd.Thmnts of the former meeting ate TeMyrsdewagadtbeale to state that
February 4, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
To the Citizens of Bristol.

To the Citizens of Bristol.

To the Citizens of Pilstol. I have good reason to believe that some person or persons are soliciting, in parliament, no fewer than three new laws, alfecting the government, the taxation, and numerous internal regulations of the city of Bristol; indeed, I have actually seen a prin
March 11, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Boyhood, with other Poems, by Charles A. Eoan, Esq. The poems of Mr. Elton do not appear to have excited all that critical attention from the leading Journals, which we might expect to be manifested after his admirable translation of Hesiod In page S, the character of Mirabeau i
April 22, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

loarlial?c.nfar? lntcl?ivllcco HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAV. Lord MELSUseuNE moved that the house resolve itself into i comnmittee on the municipal corporationns ( I reland) bill. Lord L YNDrIueT moved, as all amendment, that such comnmit- inent of tie bill it- inferred till July 3rd.
June 17, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

I__pootocipt. I- LONDON, T~ourssv, February 9. W E have Jamaica papers to the 31st of Decernb, W Even the aibgston Chronicle atstains front gnrlilbs and looks forward with hopetotheexertionsofthe t' governor. Sir Lionel Smith ha3 been appointec general and governor-in-chief. He w
February 11, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England