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Mr. Arnold has addressed a letter to the Editor of a Morning Paper inclosing the following version of God Sace the

Mr. Arnold has addressed a letter to the Editor of a Morning Paper inclosing the following version of God Sace the

)Mr. Auold has addressed a letter to the Editor ofa Morn- ing Paper inclosing the following version of God Soac the king for his Majesty William the Fourth: "god save our noble King, "William the Fourth we sing, 7" God save the King; ?? Send him victorious, " Happy and glorious,
7 July 1830 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HOUSE OF COMMONS.

HOUSE OF COMMONS.

iousn or corIaMONS. _ -- -. ?? I- r Cl. TuESDAY, Ju vc 29.-7T7te King's 11cssaqe.-Sir RoBERtT PEEL brought down thle King's Message (which was the same as in thc Lords), and pronounced a warm a eulogium on the late King, in which he dwelt upon thle IN same topics as the Duke of W
7 July 1830 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME RACES.

NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME RACES.

NEWCASTLE-UNDER-I.YME RACES. First Day, Tucsday, June 29), a Sweepstakes of five so- vereigns each, with 30 sovs added by the Corporation of Newcastle. One hcat. Twicc round and a distance. 7 subscribers. Mr. It. Borradaile's bl fGcorgiann, byltelbeck, (Spring) I Mr. Simpson's b
7 July 1830 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Friday, Saturday and Sunday's Posts.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday's Posts.

. aurday and Sunday's Posts. [ LONDON, SATURDAY, JUL 9y% p Tuesday and Wednesday state that thle a" .l aoo~g ott throttghout France, bitt that it 5ible Vet~t calculate with atny certainty as to thle J * it~ oil thle atri lredetinieis (if the Ministry. 11 Test C/tjoibe-cs contaiin
13 July 1831 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

BY MR. NICHOLSON. FREEHIOLD AND TITHE-FREE ESTATES ATDROXIIEWD, COAL ASTON, & NORTON, 11; THE COUNTY OF DERBY. TO 13E SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. NICHOLSON, At the house of Miss Johnson, the Angel Inn, in Chester- field, on Saturday the 30th day of January next, at two o'clock in the
20 January 1830 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 

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THE DERBY MERCURY, JANUARY 20.

THE DERBY MERCURY, JANUARY 20.

THE, DERBY MERCURY, JANUARY s I The Great Lcviathan" as he is called at the London Stock Exchange, (to distinguish him no doubt from LIceat~hans, of lvesser noteJ Mr. lRoths- child, has takenl thle French Loan, ant at what is considered by the sages of our money market, a high pr
20 January 1830 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
WEDNESDAY'S POST.

WEDNESDAY'S POST.

W )EDNESDAY's POST. I I . t i, - London, Tue8day, Nov. 13. or "CITY, TwEI.vE O'CLOCi._.The accounts received pa from Oporto to the 6th instant, although no movement of on importance had occurred, are considered of a decidedly favor- able nature. Numerous desertions are taking pla
14 November 1832 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
HOUSEBREAKERS.

HOUSEBREAKERS.

From Fraser's Magazine, for November. Those who travel for this purpose are generally dressed f respectably, and are so well supplied with money as to sup.i port themselves in a very good style, without running the least risk, being paid after a certain rate for each successful
14 November 1832 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
MISCELLANIES.

MISCELLANIES.

MISCEL LAAVIES. BRaGToisrnN, Nov. 18.-This morning Divine Service was performed in the Palace Chapel. Their Majesties, the d Princess Augusta, the Duchess of Gloucester, Prince George tl of Cambridge, and the Royal suite, attended. The officiat. al ing clergyman was the R1ev. Dr.
21 November 1832 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
THE DYING TROUBADOUR.

THE DYING TROUBADOUR.

THiJ DY1ING TROUBADOUR. A BA1. AD. g ?? (From the Melropolitan.) tl I;Y harp iVAute, my heart is cold, S My- wanderings all are o'er; TbeE secret of my love untold, a She'll learn when I'm no more: h Go hang my harp on yonder tree, fi And imake my grave full deep, 6 Or when she c
21 November 1832 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England