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THE MURDER AT WOODHOUSE, LINCOLN.

THE MURDER AT WOODHOUSE, LINCOLN.

An inquest was held on Monday last at Woodhouse, on the body of Thomas Burton. James Angrave examined.— I am the son of Thomas Angrave, of Bushy-fields, Woodhouse, in the parish of Barrow-on-Soar. I, 'William Johnson, Thomas Biggs, and deceased were mowing in a field of barley b
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

MARLBOROUGH-STREET.

REWARDS TO FIREMEN.—On Wednesday the proprietors of Chiding's Ale Brewery, Broad-street, Golden-square, Were summoned before Mr. Chambers for objecting to pay the reward to those firemen who attended with their engines to put out an alleged fire in one of the brewery chimneys. T
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
HATTON GARDEN.

HATTON GARDEN.

PAYING YOUR FOOTING."—A miserable-looking subject, minus a leg, was charged with having been drunk and disorderly. The prisoner, who resides in Charles-street, Drurylane, the Athens of Modern times, said the fact was he had been obliged "to pay his footing," having gone into fre
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

CORY EXCHA: . There has been a good supply and the trade on the whole is du] on Monday. Barley and Beans obtain rat there is a good arrival of Oats, ti advance. In other articles no alteration. Old Essex Wheat, Rd. 52s to —s Ditto, fine 46s to 48s Ditto, New 42s to 45s Ditto, Ol
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
KING STREET COVENT GARDEN.

KING STREET COVENT GARDEN.

MACHIN, DEBENHAM, & STORR will SELL by AUCTION, at their Rooms, Monday, Sept. 19, anclTuesday, Sept. 20, at Eleven, an extensive and valuable Assemblage of Genuine;UNREDEEMED PLEDGES, consisting of modern and useful plate, highly finished watches, superb jewellery, plated articl
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
STEAM INFORMATION.—BRI.:& TISH and FOREIGN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S PACKETS leave as follows : For LISBON, CADIZ, GIBRALTAR, and MALAGA, from

STEAM INFORMATION.—BRI.:& TISH and FOREIGN STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S PACKETS leave as follows : For LISBON, CADIZ, GIBRALTAR, and MALAGA, from

LONDON (with a bag of letters - from his Majesty's Post-office), off the Tower, calling Off OPORTO, the CALPE, Captain T. KING, about the 22nd of September. For GUERNSEY and JERSEY, from SOUTH- AbIPTON, the LADY DE SAUMAREZ, every Tuesday and Saturday Evening, at Six o'clock pre
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
STEAM INFORMATION!- RICHMOND STEAM PACKET DAILY, from ford . Market, t a l t uan e htt ac he t

STEAM INFORMATION!- RICHMOND STEAM PACKET DAILY, from ford . Market, t a l t uan e htt ac he t

New Pier, t 9 and Hungerford DAILY, from Hungerford Market, at R past 10, i past 12, past 2, and past 3. Pare, 9d. each. GAVESEND, on SUNDAY next, from Nicholson's Wharf, at past 10. Saloon, Is. 6d. Fore Cabin, Is.
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Choice of a Servant. r A MT LIES ip wan t t of really Good Servants of every email, ion,

Choice of a Servant. r A MT LIES ip wan t t of really Good Servants of every email, ion,

DO n olcuc on. A. • - _ find their interest better consulted, and their object much sooner attained, by a visit to the DOMESTIC BAZAAR, No. 134, Oxford-street, near Holles-street (established in 1830), than through the adoption of any other method whatever, as Domestics, with go
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Denmark-hill, Camberwell.—The Remaining part 01 tl.e cellent Household Furniture of a Gentleman removed. MR BURRELL will SELL by AUCTION, on

Denmark-hill, Camberwell.—The Remaining part 01 tl.e cellent Household Furniture of a Gentleman removed. MR BURRELL will SELL by AUCTION, on

the Premises, on the summit of Denmarkhill, Camberwell, on Wednesday, September 21, at Twelve; the EFFECTS comprise a drawing-room suite of handsome bluedamask curtains for three windows, with rich carved and gilt ornaments, 2 rosewood couches and 12 chairs, a rosewood French ec
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England
 
Extensive Business Premises, Strand, near Temple Bar. MR.HODGSON wiII:SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, No. 10, Pickett-street, on Thursday, September

Extensive Business Premises, Strand, near Temple Bar. MR.HODGSON wiII:SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, No. 10, Pickett-street, on Thursday, September

22, at Twelve o'clock, the valuable LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE, shop, and roomy premises, No. 10, in the circus on the north side of Pickett-street, comprising a modern fronted shop and private entrance, forming a depth of near sixty feet; seven good bed-rooms and store closets, a
September 17, 1836 - London Journal and General Advertiser for Town and Country - London, London, England