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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. GRAMMATICAL ENQUIRY. the Editor the Exeter and i'ly mouth Gazette. Correspondent enquires wherein the distinction i lies between

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. GRAMMATICAL ENQUIRY. the Editor the Exeter and i'ly mouth Gazette. Correspondent enquires wherein the distinction i lies between

bridge building and beinjr built—A grammatical disquisition would scarcely suit the columns of your paper, hut a familiar observation or two may not be out of place. It seems to me tbat the word building relates to the effect oui/i to uiight say it is building because it ! is be
16 May 1829 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
Two farmers Somersetshire were lately overheard conversing on the change which has recently tak'n place in the political opinions one

Two farmers Somersetshire were lately overheard conversing on the change which has recently tak'n place in the political opinions one

their Representatives, when one them emphatically observed, they did use to call un a I'arhipiue, but the Dukeof Wellington zet a trap aud a tu. Ned out rut [Bat.)" It is a circumstance not generally known that tbe Cathedra! of St. Peter, at Rome, the titles Kings of Great Brita
16 May 1829 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
i,..Jli . —=a MONEY FOUND. WILCOCKS and VARTY do not wish to be behind Land in amusing their friends, not

i,..Jli . —=a MONEY FOUND. WILCOCKS and VARTY do not wish to be behind Land in amusing their friends, not

only with the NEWEST and CHEAPEST GOODS MANUFACTURED, at the LOWEST and READY MONEY PRICES, but also with the Fligh's of Fancy, as Iime3 appear in the advertisements of London Drapers, for the purpose attracting the attention of the unwary.—W. and V. therefore beg most respectfu
16 May 1829 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EAST INDIA WAREHOUSE. ' Opposite St. Martin s-..treet, ■- ? Messrs. PIN WILL and PLEAS". Late of 59, HIGH-STREET, &

EAST INDIA WAREHOUSE. ' Opposite St. Martin s-..treet, ■- ? Messrs. PIN WILL and PLEAS". Late of 59, HIGH-STREET, &

Successors to Mr. resp-ctfully announce KETURN T - from LONDON, with MOST MAGNIFICENT STOCK ever offered to the notice -the Inhabitants this City and the Western Toatte-ap' ■,^Ji"! )ll of the ELEGANCE of STYLE, RICHNESS .of U SPLENDID VARIETY DINNER, '' DRESSES, SCARFS, SHAWLS.
16 May 1829 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
and LONDON NEW SHIPPING COMPANY", Tc and from CUSTOM HOUSE WOOL QUAYS LOWER THAMES-STREET, On the north Swle of the

and LONDON NEW SHIPPING COMPANY", Tc and from CUSTOM HOUSE WOOL QUAYS LOWER THAMES-STREET, On the north Swle of the

River Thames. INSURANCE FOR GOODS FOR THE EXEIER TRADE, £5,000 THE following new and substantial Vessels are engaged in the above Contract ; & The RANGER Tons Burthen .. Wm. Mitchell. AGENORIA 70 R. Shears. FLORA Joseph Peel. DOVE Henri/ Pin. PULTENEY 85 Luckcs. One of which wil
16 May 1829 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
THE AGRICULTURAL and GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL, £250,000, Interest at the rate £4 per Cent per Annum, to be

THE AGRICULTURAL and GENERAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL, £250,000, Interest at the rate £4 per Cent per Annum, to be

paid upon all Deposits half-yearly, in January and July. 10,000 Shares of £25 each, Deposit £5 per Share. ONE of the leading objects of this Company will be to protect and improve every existing and contingent Interest in the Landed Property of these Kingdoms, and progressively
18 January 1840 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
* Two Members of the Council (Conservatives) were unavoidably absent from Exeter.

* Two Members of the Council (Conservatives) were unavoidably absent from Exeter.

18 January 1840 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
VALUABLE BOOKS, SiECOND-HAND and NEW, of every description, and ' at the Lowest possible Prices, sold by ADAM HOLD EN,

VALUABLE BOOKS, SiECOND-HAND and NEW, of every description, and ' at the Lowest possible Prices, sold by ADAM HOLD EN,

60, HIGH-STREET, opposite the GUILDHALL, Exeter. A Catalogue, just Published, may be had gratit, and Pott Free. JOHN TREHANE, IMPORTER OF WINES AND SPIRITS, RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of Gentlemen to 20 Pipes of , FIRST CLASS PORT WINE, of the fine vintages of 1840 and 1
25 March 1848 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
CALEDONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY. LOANS ON DEBENTURES. TENDERS for LOANS on DEBENTURE BONDS are now received in sums of not les*

CALEDONIAN RAILWAY COMPANY. LOANS ON DEBENTURES. TENDERS for LOANS on DEBENTURE BONDS are now received in sums of not les*

than £500 for any number of years not exceeding Five. Interest to he at the rate of Five per cent, per annum, payable half-yearly in London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, or any Country Bank. Tenders to be addressed to the Office, giving full name and address of Lender. D. RANKINE, Treasu
25 March 1848 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

HOUSE OF LORDS. STATE OF THE COUNTRY. vat IS. —The Duke of Itie hmnrul moved for a select ,»™ ttee'to enquire into the state of the country. The motion was the Marquis of Salisbury. Lords Mansfield and several othcrB -~ fil Non Contents 141. Majority 80. '„: ',„ march 19.—Petiti
27 March 1830 - Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Exeter, Devon, England