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PLYMOUTH.

PLYMOUTH.

The Nomination took place on Wednesday in front ofthe Royal Hotel where, half-past ten o'clock, the respective candidates and their friends took their places,—the Mayor presiding as Returning Officer.—The candidates being proposed and seconded, the show of hands wa; declared to
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TAVISTOCK.

TAVISTOCK.

Here, the late members, Mr. Rundle and Lord Russell, were returned without opposition.
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BATH.

BATH.

The Election for this city has terminated in the triumphant return ofthe two Conservative Candidates, and the rejection of Messrs, Palmer and Roebuck. The numbers were— Lord Povverscourt - - - - -1118 W. L. Bruges ' - 1053 General Palmer 976 A. Roebuck The Bath Chronicle says,—"
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
WEYMOUTH.

WEYMOUTH.

Mr. Buxton's vote upon the Church Rate Question has been fatal to his interest sin the borough of Weymouth, and the two Whig ex-representatives have been sent to the right-about. Lord Villiers 291 Mr. G. W. Hope ... - 268 Mr. T. F. Buxton - - - - 211 Mr. Stephen 158
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
POOLE.

POOLE.

With feelings of mingled sorrow, surprise, and indignation, have to record, say s the Dorset County Chronicle. that, by the exercise of unparalleled corruption, of the most outrageous bribery, of the most barefaced disregard for all profession and principle, moral and religious,
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
GENERAL ELECTION.

GENERAL ELECTION.

ANDOVER —Sir.l. W. Pollen, Ralph Etwall. ABINGDON. —T. Driffield. Elected without opposition. ARUNDEL.—Lord Fitzalan, 17C; Lord D. Stuart, 105. BANBURY.—Tancred 841 Tawney - - - " »* BBWDiEY. —T. E. Wilmington. Elected without opposition. BIRMINGHAM. Attwood - - - - - Scholefiel
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
FATAL RESULT OF A PARACHUTE DESCENT.

FATAL RESULT OF A PARACHUTE DESCENT.

FATAL RESULT A PARACHUTE DESCENT. Vauxhall Gardens were crowded during the whole of Monday an immense assemblage of persons, drawn together to witness the hazardous, aud, we regret to add, fatal experiment of Mr. Cocking, to descend from an altitude upwards a mile in parachute of
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
TABLE TALK.

TABLE TALK.

The Duke of Roxburghe has heen created peer of the United Kingdom, by the title Earl [ones. Second thoughts, we commonly say, are best ; and most voting women who pretend be averse to marriage, desire not to be taken at their word.—A BWain asking' a girl if she would have him Fa
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

From Frulut/'x Law/on timette. J. HARRIS, bookseller, Sandhill, Newcastle-upon-Tyne— J. WILLIAMS, stationer,'Regent-street —MARIA KLL, and C. MACHELL, potters, Fountain-court, Benuondsey—T. HATCH and It. HATCH, calico-printers, Ecclestou, Lancasbir —J. JOHNSTON, builder, Sheffie
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
To London in 18 Hours HALF MOON HOTEL GENERAL COACH OFFICE, HIGH STREET, EXETER. THE DEFIANCE, Every evening Five, over

To London in 18 Hours HALF MOON HOTEL GENERAL COACH OFFICE, HIGH STREET, EXETER. THE DEFIANCE, Every evening Five, over

the new line of Road, through Honiton, Ilminsteb., Ilchester, Wixcanton, Amesbury, Andoveb, &c, to Nelson's Office, 52, Piccadilly, and tbe Bull Inn, locate. The character the DEFIANCE is too well-known to require more than a passing remark—for punctuality it has • ever been sur
29 July 1837 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England