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‘MEMS, CASUAL AND CRITICAL.

‘MEMS, CASUAL AND CRITICAL.

FAMILY PROPENSITIES.—Most of those who belong to what is generally termed " The Ailstocracy" of England are distinguished by some penchant which "sacred time" has declared to be hereditary. One nobleman is iemarkable for the condescension he displays when he marries an actress a
December 18, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
SOCIETY FOR THE DISCHARGE AND RELIEF of PERSONS IMPRISONED for SMALL DEBTS, throughout ENGLAND and WALES, established 1772. PRESIDENT—The Earl

SOCIETY FOR THE DISCHARGE AND RELIEF of PERSONS IMPRISONED for SMALL DEBTS, throughout ENGLAND and WALES, established 1772. PRESIDENT—The Earl

Of ROMNEY. VICE-PRESIDENTS. Lord Kenyon 1 Sir Francis Burdett, Bart., M.P. Right Hon. Sir R. Peel, Bt., M.P. . 1 Charles Edward Pigou, Esq. . . - TREAsum—Benjamin Bond Cabbell, Esq. AUDITORS—John Pepvs, Esq., and Colin Mackenzie, Esq. At a MEETING of GOVERNORS, held in Craven-st
December 18, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
DEATHS.

DEATHS.

At Hampton Court Palace, - Mrs. Kirby, widow of the late Hon. T. Kirby, of the Island of Antigua, aced 71.—At Saffron Walden, aged 91, Mr. Wm. Ivory, formerly a builder in that town—At Holloway, Erances, wife of Richard Budd, Esq.—Mr. T. Courtney, of the Old Jewry, aged 90—At Ch
December 18, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
WATERPROOF RT, A CKING.-JARVIFS INDIA-RUBBER WATERPROOF POLISH for Boots, Harness, Cab Heads, ftc., is the only Blacking that resists wet,

WATERPROOF RT, A CKING.-JARVIFS INDIA-RUBBER WATERPROOF POLISH for Boots, Harness, Cab Heads, ftc., is the only Blacking that resists wet,

and polishes without brushing.—" We particularly recommend Jarvis's Polish, as peculiarly suitable to our sporting friends who are desirous of preserving their feet dry and their bones from rheumatism."—Bell'r Life in London.—" We are not in the habit of recommending any article
December 18, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TILE FARMER'S LIBRARY. Early in 1837 will be published : complete, under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion

TILE FARMER'S LIBRARY. Early in 1837 will be published : complete, under the Superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion

of Useful Knott/edge, in two vols., Bvo., closely printed, and illustrated with numerous Cuts of Farm Buildings. Carriages,. Utensils, B RITISH HUSBANDRY, exhibiting the Farming Practice of Various Parts of the United Kinigdom, The First Volume of this Work, price 9s. 64., and 1
December 18, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MOCHA COFFEE of the finest quality, 2 s. per lb. 2, Bucklersbury, Cheapside. s. d. s. d. Good Coffee 1

MOCHA COFFEE of the finest quality, 2 s. per lb. 2, Bucklersbury, Cheapside. s. d. s. d. Good Coffee 1

6 Gunpowder, from 5 8 Finest Plantation llO Young;Hyson, from 4 2 Good Breakfast Tea 3 6 I Black Tea (common,) fr0m,..:2 4 Rich Pekoe Souchong.. 5 0 I With every description of Tea and Coffee, at the lowest wholesale price, for cash on delivery, and delivered to all parts, and w
December 18, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
TO CORRESPONDENTS.

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

We thank our Godmanchester correspondent, but his communication lacks general interest, however locally important it may be. Brevity is indispensable. The length of the important original contributions in this day's publication precludes the possibility of our answering various
October 31, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
MARYLEBONE.

MARYLEBONE.

CHARGE AND COUNTER UHARGE.OII Thursday Mr. Philip flaselton, a plumber and glazier, in an extensive way of business at No. 3, South-street, Manchester square, appeared before Messrs. Hoskins and Shutt, charged with assaulting police constable Hemington, 140 D, under the circumst
October 31, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S CAZETTE.

FROM FRIDAY'S CAZETTE.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. C. G. ,Ogilvie and J. Uphain,.,jun.,—W. Staley and J. Rushton, Lisbon, coznmission-merehants—T. Pearson and W. Culbertson—T. Sharp and H. A. Paull, Foley-place, Marylebone, schoolmasters—C. and .1: R. Lambley. and J. Oradell, Bristol, wine-merchants--R. R
October 31, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England
 
CERTIFICATS—Iov. 18.

CERTIFICATS—Iov. 18.

D. Brown, Hatton-court; Thrnadneedle-street, ship-broker—..R. Hunter, St. Paul's Church-yard, bookseller—J. 11. Davies, Dowlais, Glamorganshire, draper--J. Savill, Holborn-bridge, baker—W. 11obson, Liverpool, map-seller--T. Hargreaves, jun. Wakefield, Yorkshire, dealer and chapm
October 31, 1836 - The News (London) - London, London, England