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VraUftutai Vnttiligente.

VraUftutai Vnttiligente.

On Sunday morning, George Vincent, a, boy not 1,2 years old, the son of most respectable parents, committed suicide by hanging himself in a barn near this town (Dorchester.) No cause be assigned for this dreadful act—Dorset County Chronicle. SUBMARINE HOUSRIL—In cutting the Port
July 2, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE GREAT BRADYORD MEETING.

THE GREAT BRADYORD MEETING.

Our columns to-day present a report of the first great meeting held by the unrepresented, in opposition to the existing law of Parliamentary election—that atrocious law which disinherits ninetenths of the Queen's subjects of their inalienable birth-right. Nobly have the men of B
July 23, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER.

THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER.

- -- - A sharp-looking little woman, whose scratched face showed that she had been in collision with some of her own sex, applied at Worship-street for a warrant against a married neighbour. It appeared from the little woman's statement that she had found reason to suspect her h
July 23, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
J. A. Murray returned. KNARESBOROUG 11. Rich (R) Langdale (R) • • • 123 1 _ _

J. A. Murray returned. KNARESBOROUG 11. Rich (R) Langdale (R) • • • 123 1 _ _

The Reformers gain two in this place. LAUNCESTON. ardinge, without opposition. LYMINGTON, JULY 25. Mackinnon Stewart Two first elected. LANCASTER, Ju LY 25.—NINE A.M. T. Greene 215 ' G. Marston P. M. Stewart • • • 199 W. R. Greg • • • • 133 LEWES. Sir C. Blunt (R) • • 413 Mr. Br
July 30, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
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July 30, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND.

The Launceston Advertiser of March 2 has arrived. The most important of its contents-are the answers of the Lieutenant-Governor, Sir John Franklin, to addresses of the colonists during his Excellency's tom through the colony, which he had just completed. It appears that he has b
July 30, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON, MERCURY. MELANCHOLY LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY(Abridged from the C,l4mberland Packet.) Most distressing accidents are of frequent occurrence

THE LONDON, MERCURY. MELANCHOLY LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY(Abridged from the C,l4mberland Packet.) Most distressing accidents are of frequent occurrence

in mining districts. We were never before called upon to record so unfortunate and melancholy an occurrence, either with respect to loss of property or human life; as the one which took place in the coal mines of Mr. Curwen, at Workington, on Friday night, July 28th. The princip
August 6, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
RAW HIDES,.. at per stone of 141.135. Bestateers&heifersss sa to 6s Od Middling hides... ss 2d 5s 6d Inferior ditto

RAW HIDES,.. at per stone of 141.135. Bestateers&heifersss sa to 6s Od Middling hides... ss 2d 5s 6d Inferior ditto

4s Bd 5s Od Lamb skins, 2s Od to 3s 3d; an, SHEEP and CALF SKINS, per Skin. Market calf ss Od to 6s Od Long-wool sheep Os Od—Os Od Short-wool ditto . Os Od —Os Od shearlings, 10d to Is 6d each. WOOL MARKETS LONDON.—Of the public sales of Colonial advertised, three have been got
August 6, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY, JULY Ui, 1837. Welmitith.-4 - iscount Villiers, Mr. G. W. Hope (son of the late Sir Alexander Hope), Mr.

SUNDAY, JULY Ui, 1837. Welmitith.-4 - iscount Villiers, Mr. G. W. Hope (son of the late Sir Alexander Hope), Mr.

Buxton, and Mr.. Burd'n, are. the candidates; the first two on the Tory and Johnstone interest, the others Whig. Worces4zrshire. —ln the eastern division -of this county, Mr. Horace St. Paul and Mr. J. Burnaby, now Member for Droitwich. will oppose Mr. Holland and Mr. 3. Foley.
July 16, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England
 
DEATH PUNISHMENT.

DEATH PUNISHMENT.

The puke of SUSSEX presented a petition from the members of the Society of Friends in Ireland, praying the Legislature to withdraw ffom the criminal code of the country the punishment of death. The petition was addressed to the Peers of the United Kingdom, instead of to the Lord
July 16, 1837 - London Mercury 1836 - London, London, England