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MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

M ISCELLANEOUS. Their Mttijesties are represented as continuing in the en- joyment of excellent health at Brighton, anid the Duchess of W Gloucester is now convalescent, Their Majestiest will qn it a Brighton on the 20th inst., and preceed direct to Windsor. WIa Thre Duike of Cum
February 8, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SOUTIH UNION RAILWAY PUBLIC SMEETING AT STOCKPORT.

SOUTIH UNION RAILWAY PUBLIC SMEETING AT STOCKPORT.

On Monday se'nnight a very numerous meeting of the in. at habitants of Stockport, was held a the Manor Court Room, ft in pursuance of a Requisition to the Mayor of that town, cc signed by nearly 200 of the principal manufacturers and tradesmen-." to take into consideration the p
February 8, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE DERBY INTENDED SMALL DEBTS BILL.

THE DERBY INTENDED SMALL DEBTS BILL.

?? TO THR EDITOR OF THE DERBY MERCURY.{l SIa, It I shall feel obliged by your inserting in your nexto publication the following Extracts from this Bill. And am, Sir, Your very obedient servant, d J. S. MASSEY. a 13, Full Street, Derby, 18th April, 1837. a | And be it further ena
April 19, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE REVENUE.

THE REVENUE.

TH;E RE:VENUE. The revenue accounts are made up to the 10th of October On the year ended 10th of October, 1837, as compared with the year ended 10th of October, 1836, there is a decrease of 2,097,2951. On the quarter, as compared with the corres. ponding quarter in 1836, the decr
October 18, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.

SPA1N.-DEFEAT OF THlE C11'tItT EIS AND TIlM DRaTPSH LEGIOS.--The ctilliict on the line between Andoain and Tolosa proves to have been one of the most bloody, and decidedly the most disaStrUs, to the Queen *s cause, that has yet been fought since the commencement of the civil war
September 27, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

GODFREY'S PATENTS EXTRACT OF ELDER LOWERS Ti MIL be found superlatively efficacious in l softening, improving, beautiflying, and preserving the SKIN, and in giving it a blooming and charming appearance, being at once a most fragrant perfume, and delightful cosmetic. It will speed
September 27, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the Gazettes of March 7 and 10.

From the Gazettes of March 7 and 10.

From the Gazettes of Mlarch 7 and 10. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. 1-l 1. - 0. _ Frederick Cook, Bury St. Edmund's, common carrier. Thomas Lucas, Red Lion-wharf, factor. BAN'KRUPTCY SUPERtSEDED. George Lush, Bath, provision merchant. DANXI1UPTCIES ENLARGED. Thos. Candler, Wood-str
March 15, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TO SHOPKEEPERS AND OTHERS. ON FRIDAY NEXT, MAY 5, 1837, 0. BULLOCK & Co. ILL have an extensive Assortment of SUPERIOR BLACK and GREEN TEA. Also a large Assortment of RAW and ROASTED COFFEE. The whole of which hls been stcl.cted un" er t!hu permoal inspection of z5ir. B. from the
May 3, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
From the London GAZETTES of April 25 and 28.

From the London GAZETTES of April 25 and 28.

re DECLA13ATIOlfS OF INSOLVEN'CY. Daniel Barker, Queen-street, Cheapside, grocer. Edward Padgett, Davies-street, Berkeley-square, wine merchant. WVilliam Smith, Leatherhead, innkeeper. Jonathan Adams, Banbury, Osfordshire, wine-merchant. Joseph Arnould, King William-street, Stra
May 3, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
SICK CLUBS.

SICK CLUBS.

(The following is the concluding partof our Correspondent's communication, given in our last paper.) Many who have grown up in habits of improvidence, look- ing to the parish rates for support in sickness and old age, are beginning to have their confidence a little shaken as to
April 26, 1837 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England