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March 8, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
X. F.' The Duke is not yet out; he is only waiting the result of the division on Lord Chandos's

X. F.' The Duke is not yet out; he is only waiting the result of the division on Lord Chandos's

motion. Sceptic.'— The authority was Capt. the Hun. Harry Coven dish Grey, son of the Amer premier. An Irishman.'— We agree that it is not prudent or fair for any member to leave town just now, even for a s pecial retainer of EX) guineas. A single vote is worth mo,e than as hund
March 8, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF HOPS, per cwt. £.s X. s Kent Pockets 4156 0 1 Choiceditto 00 0 0 Choice ditto 6

PRICE OF HOPS, per cwt. £.s X. s Kent Pockets 4156 0 1 Choiceditto 00 0 0 Choice ditto 6

6 7 0 Sussex Pockets ....4 14 5 5 Kent Bags _
March 8, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PRICE OF SEEDS. Canary (per qr.) Caraway (cwt. ) 6O a 62 Duty 30s. per cwt. Foreign Ciover Red (cwt.)

PRICE OF SEEDS. Canary (per qr.) Caraway (cwt. ) 6O a 62 Duty 30s. per cwt. Foreign Ciover Red (cwt.)

White. 5O a 78 Foreign Red 4O a 52 Dutch. 42 a 56 Duty2os.per cW t American. 5O a 56 Trefoil lB a 20 ruty 20s. Coriander ll a 12 Duty 15s. rurnip (bushel) Linseed, (quarter) Rapes £3 s a 38 eed (last)
March 8, 1835 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

J. D. Pountney and Co., Crews-hole, Glocestershire. ttlkallreakers—J. Pasinore and T. D. Taylor, Basinghall-street, attorneys—G. Nelson and J. Guy, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, chymists—R. Smith and It. Binns, Houndsclitch, milliners—T. Harjette and T. C. &will, St. Martin's
November 23, 1834 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
Bl'l' COLLEGE of NEW-ROAD, cusE or AN oIiSTETXTION OF I'm BOWLS, SEVERE PAINS IN THE

Bl'l' COLLEGE of NEW-ROAD, cusE or AN oIiSTETXTION OF I'm BOWLS, SEVERE PAINS IN THE

COLLEGE of NEW-ROAD, or AN oIiSTETXTION OF BOWLS, SEVERE PAINS IN LACK AND 5105, FiCe. To Mrs. Ewing, 40, George-street, Female Agent for Glasgow. Madam—l was lately seised with an obstruction of the bowels, accompanied with a severe pain in the back and side, great thirst, and a
November 23, 1834 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS.

THE NEWS.

LONDON: No 1 7 1 ----_____ All his politic for we fancy any jurictio u , 11 " 1 ). It Lord STANLE' PEEL, in D uke tRT Sir RoBE F and to be cursed r longer, Iv i tit the Duke thu E P e nce tithe a tton, cannot 11 are for the In° Pline, and wil even greater i good, that Sl . ll I
November 23, 1834 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
PARISH of St. PANCRAS.

PARISH of St. PANCRAS.

, A U Friday, a special meeting of the vestrymen of the 'parish was held at the vestry-room, Gordon-square, on very Important business. THOMA S OUTHWAITE, Esq. the senior churchwaiden, look the chair at 10 o'clock in the morning, and the meeting lasted until six o'clock in the e
October 27, 1834 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
" Police-office, Lambeth-street, Thursday, Oct. 23."

" Police-office, Lambeth-street, Thursday, Oct. 23."

THE LATE EARL OF DERBY.— The interment of this nobleman is appointed to take place on Friday next, in the family vault at Ormsk irk, which is but a short distance from Knowslev park,and where the remains of the two last Countesses ot Derby are deposited. The funeral will be atte
October 27, 1834 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SEPTEIVBER 28

SEPTEIVBER 28

MIDDLESEX INTERMEDIATE SESSIONS, SEPT. 22. (Before BENJAMIN ROTCHISCI., M. P. , Chairman, and a Bench Magistrates.) 'rhe general Ses s ion s o Oyer and Terminer commenced this morning at nine o'clock. The calendar is light, there being only one hundred and twenty-six prisoners,
September 29, 1834 - The News (London) - London, London, England