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MR. SIMPSON'S LEOTURES.

MR. SIMPSON'S LEOTURES.

-.IzL' BS!?s0o's TXOTESI, Mr. Simpson delivered his lecture " On the New Viewa of the Treatrmneit of Ctirninals", on Tuesday last, at the Institution, Park-street. He commenced by stating that there was a large and unfortunate class of our fellow-beings towards whose improve- men
May 6, 1837 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Bankrupts.

Bankrupts.

(From Friday's Gazette, Mag 11 ANDREW Joseph, of Lad-lane, liceiised-victualler.-luilS, June 83, at tho Court, London. Clark, official Swithin'i lane; Martin eau and Ca, Carey-street, Inn Fieldi. ARNOLD Robert, of Nuneaton, co. Warwick, draper.-Jai I, 83, at Commissioners' Rooms
May 19, 1837 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday's Express.

Friday's Express.

LONDON, THURSDAY, MAY 18. King came from Windsor yesterday, Lord Milton was presented, RarTFitxwftliam. The naval and military presen- were unusually numerous. There is no material change in the state of Money Market in the City. The abundance of *, v and the state of commercial
May 19, 1837 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
The British and Foreign School Society held tbeir 32d anniversary at Kxeter-hall on Monday the Bth inst make the following

The British and Foreign School Society held tbeir 32d anniversary at Kxeter-hall on Monday the Bth inst make the following

short extracts from two the speeches delivered on that occasion :— The Lord Bishop of Norwich, on rising to move the first resolution, observed it was "a system which was advocated by tbe wise, the good, and the liberal of all persuasions (loud cheers)—a system calculated for '
May 19, 1837 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

9I N uRGHA. Ot Salurda; last, the silter bugle barn;, i sort by Sir t-1enry ,iaeditte, to the laysal CorPParry of Archers, the Kig's BHdy Guard for SCotland. wr3 sht fur it holloe Park, at lIO yards, t arol won bv the night ljon. Lnrd Itarnsay. I On the I!1ti current. :Mr Witliun
May 3, 1837 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
In our fourth page w

In our fourth page w

ill be found report of un badness tbe quarterly meeting of tbe Town Council of Stamford nn Tuesday last was an odd mixture of the grave sad the ludicrous. The great question about collection of » Borough Rate remains just it did: tho Churchwardens —* Otmsuis tbe parishes have bee
May 12, 1837 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

Sunday's and Tuesday's Posts.

The following anecdote appears one of the Paris papers. Odry, the well-known comedian, whose benefit took place a few nights ago at the Theatre dcs Varie'tes, sent a box to the Duke of Orleans on the occasion; but as no answer was returned, it was presumed the Duke would not com
May 12, 1837 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
CAMBRIDGE, May 3.

CAMBRIDGE, May 3.

Vicar Haugham, Lincolnshire, presented to the rectory of Hawkesworth, Notts, vacant by the death of the Rev. John Storer, sen. On the 22d ult died, at Stretbam, the Rev. Joseph Howlett, for 37 years Baptist Minister of thst place. On Sunday last, at Bath, ln his 80th year, Thoma
May 5, 1837 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Commercial Herald.

Commercial Herald.

„ WEEKLY May 7. mm,-*,, *~,«*,,, mim,. Friday Sua ritw «ato»laaj»MtT MatwSßtors ftrst quartar «aW. past iba ssorning STAMFORD RUTLAND INFIRMARY, Tuos. May Admitted . ** Discharged DuSaraid Total number ..........14 Total muiber 104 Viator, Rer. p. Orettoo. IJNCOLinLrjNATIC ASYLU
May 5, 1837 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP. JOSEPH GEORGE BISHOP, Melton Mowbray, Wine and Spirit Merchants, announcing I the Dissolution of Partnership lately subsisting

DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP. JOSEPH GEORGE BISHOP, Melton Mowbray, Wine and Spirit Merchants, announcing I the Dissolution of Partnership lately subsisting

between them, beg to return their sincere thanks for the very liberal support which they received from their friends and the public in general for several years past, GEORGE BISHOP having taken to the business on | his own account, respectfully solicits continuance those favours
May 5, 1837 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England