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Ellyn:Lai Parliament. ROUSE OF LORDS. FRIDAY.

Ellyn:Lai Parliament. ROUSE OF LORDS. FRIDAY.

Parliament. ROUSE OF LORDS. FRIDAY. Lord DUNCANNON deferred the secand reading of the Sheep Stealing ( Ireland) Bill till Monday, the Duke of Richmond baying expressed a doubt as to the propriety of the mitigation of punishment proposed by the bill.—The " Postage Duties Reduction
16 August 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
KENSINGTON PETTY SESSIONS.

KENSINGTON PETTY SESSIONS.

EX A FPLICATION,•-.TII E VIRGIN OF —On Tuesday, after the night Charges were gone through, a . female of respectable appearance. and ladylike manners, about - forty years of age, was ushered into the presence of Mr. Barlow; the sitting magistrate, having informed the officers th
16 August 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
INWiteli

INWiteli

16 August 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
Inoolurnt anl tianttrupt tiegiota.

Inoolurnt anl tianttrupt tiegiota.

(FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, FRIDAY, At'GUAT 9.) INSOLVENT. W:Liara Watson, Bennett-street, Stamford-street, Surrey, merchant. BANKRUPTS. Maurice Montedore, Joseph and Ludovick Carmichael, merchants. Joseph Taylor, Noel-street, Berwick-street, Oxford-street, zinc pate-manufacturer.
16 August 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
EWELL, SURREY. VALUABLE FREEHOLD WATER-MILL, WITH DWELLINGHOUSE. Mr. FRANCIS FULLER Has received instructions from the Proprietor, Mr. Seamen, To Sell

EWELL, SURREY. VALUABLE FREEHOLD WATER-MILL, WITH DWELLINGHOUSE. Mr. FRANCIS FULLER Has received instructions from the Proprietor, Mr. Seamen, To Sell

by Auction, At Garraway's Coffee-house, Conahill, on WEDNESDAY, 11th September, 1639, A VALUABLE FREEHOLD WATER-MILL with all the gear and machinery, together with a corn fortableDWELll GHOUSE, stabling, cart-sheds, and out-buildings, with large garden and orchard, situate at Ew
16 August 1839 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
agricultural met other iliarketo.

agricultural met other iliarketo.

CORN EXCHANGE—FRIDAY. In the grain market very little business is doing, and the prices may be considered in a great measure nominal. The wheat trade is flat, but few sales having been effected. In barley the finest parcels are as good as last quoted, but inferior hang heavy on
07 March 1835 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
PROVIN

PROVIN

Market. Abingdon Aylesbury, Saturday' Bath, Saturday Bristol, Thursday Bedford, Saturday.. ... . Boston, Wednesday Bridgewater, Thursday Chelmsford, Friday Co/chester,Satuiday Cambridge, Saturday Daventry, Wednesday Derby, Friday Devizes, Thursday Doncaster, Saturday Dorchester,
07 March 1835 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
DINNER TO MR. BARCLAY, AT DORKING.

DINNER TO MR. BARCLAY, AT DORKING.

On Saturday last 97 gentlemen, residing within the Dorking district of West Surrey, sat down to dinner at the Red Lien Inn, to celebrate Mr. Barclay's return as a member for that county. The ball-room, in which the party dined, was decorated in the most tasteful manner we ever r
07 March 1835 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
eIND Si

eIND Si

No. 3. NOTICE is hereby given, Bill now depending in P raaintaining a RAILWAY fron LONDON and GREENWICH RA a Map annexed thereto, will be Clerks of the several parishes orl ton, Streatham, Battersea, Lamb and Rotherhithe, all in the coun Vdenham. Lewisham, and Dept Nent,, on or
07 March 1835 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England
 
EMBASSY TO §T, PETERSBURGHI

EMBASSY TO §T, PETERSBURGHI

Lord J. - 1 - 11. - .I§SELL asked what course his INlaj - e - ;ty's ministers intended to pursue with respect to the embassy to Russia? Sir R. PEEL stated that he had received a communication from the Secretary for Foreign Affairs stating th a t L or d Londonderry had resigned t
21 March 1835 - Surrey & Middlesex Standard - London, London, England