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r 'HE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RECORD, of JANty- Aar let, will contain Particulars of Lord John Russell's New Land Commission—Statistics of

r 'HE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RECORD, of JANty- Aar let, will contain Particulars of Lord John Russell's New Land Commission—Statistics of

the Colony—Number of Houses, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Population, &c.—Latest News from Port Phillip—Western Australia—New South Wales—Shipping Intelligence of all the Colonies in Australasia—Prices of Provisions, &c. Price Fivepence Stamped.—Published at No. 5, Adam -street, Adelp
December 31, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
MARKETS (Tars DAYn

MARKETS (Tars DAYn

REGENT'S PARK HAYMARREf.—Fine upland meadow and ye ' , tau hay 90e to 95.. inferior ditto 80s to Ms, new hay 75s o 85r, superior clover 110 s to 115 s, inferior ditto 100 s to 105 r. +ew ditto 85s to 105 . , straw 38s to 40s per load or 38 truss's. SMITHFIELD IIAYSIARKET. —Fine
December 31, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FROM Dili CON-•TRMPORARY PRESS. ---

FROM Dili CON-•TRMPORARY PRESS. ---

FROM Dili CON -• TRMPORARY PRESS. WEEKLY CHRONICLE.—Coax AND CoLorstha.—Th , repeal of the corn laws, supposing it effected, will only partially repair the evils which the corn laws have wrought. It will make food more abundant, and enable us to pay in manufactures ot , some kind
December 31, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
SECOND EDITION with ADDITIONS. Now ready, in 2 vols. post Bvo. with two Portraits, and an Autograph, THE DUCHESS of

SECOND EDITION with ADDITIONS. Now ready, in 2 vols. post Bvo. with two Portraits, and an Autograph, THE DUCHESS of

ST. ALBANS . MEMOI RS. Henry Colburn, Publisher, 13, Great Marlbotoughestreet. Orders received by all Rooksellers.
December 31, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
DECORUM IN LISTENING TO SACRED MUSIC.

DECORUM IN LISTENING TO SACRED MUSIC.

|DCORUM IN L ISTBNING TO SACIRED i To THE EDITOR OF THE MORNING CHRONICLE. Sia-The interest you have shown in the progress of music in this country, and the Inecreasing taste for it evinced by the inhabitants of this metropolis in particu- lar, may, perhaps, induce you to give pu
December 31, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 

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Spirit of the Public Journals.

Spirit of the Public Journals.

,I rit of tbj ypulblic. ou, Iai. ?? "I a,". I I. I . .. Pnoonx~ss 0r1'irue FitNcit IN§OUTi~t A~rdtrrcs. IM' -The French have extended their blockade ofrthe tn i itrerit La P'lata to thle invasioi~ Of the territory, eve 'IThey now garrisonl Monte Video,Which commiands sp lie rich
December 31, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
THE CALVINISTIC METHODISTS AND THE CHARTISTS.

THE CALVINISTIC METHODISTS AND THE CHARTISTS.

lIE CALV.NISIiC )I I.-IIo1) ISS AND I'I E c llAltl.ISTS. I . . . . . .. . . I ( )'rvtl al le ll-; ,jItro,;d Ctooi cspintdlet t. ) ? rom the ea ile-s ?? of Clr arli itu, the Cul. vinisde ?? hoadits of %Vales have gi on it the roost docided opposilion, coescienlitouly regarngil suc
December 31, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY AFFAIRS.

DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY AFFAIRS.

D1FNI3IGIISH1IRUE COUN1Y AFFAIRS. . . I. Q - l' k n rl r I. AD-k t2*| At nn adjourned Quarter Scsiojos held at RIuthin c on tile lltb ult., or the purpose of determining s fic. t ther tile Constahaleary act shouldl be pot in force in O the cmiitty of Denbigh or not, tlie tnsagist
December 31, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
rc) Rl. K; N INT E L LIOI IN t 1

rc) Rl. K; N INT E L LIOI IN t 1

rc) Rl. N INT LIOI IN SPLIT THE KING MIL 1 REM OPENjm; [[l sESwInN THE t’HAMREKS. tier,tit I’- : I>■ j u'.rs. Sim*e the close ..f vonr on. the inter:.al calm which V r . 0-01 . I.i*.;. :', had oci'rihutcd l< establish hu« not been n.<»t *Uar me, new mti i.'Sh •* the « ti. ot tin-
December 31, 1839 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
lARKET helot in the on Thursday Asoneistion for .1. or present were P. Shropshire; Sir Robert M. Bowen Hall; Armstrong.

lARKET helot in the on Thursday Asoneistion for .1. or present were P. Shropshire; Sir Robert M. Bowen Hall; Armstrong.

4; C. Pogo, Drayton; C. Incumbent of C. Harding, Hlyeshill; J. Gibson. Inntn 40 . Upton, In. bore atrooaly of . gladly eonmeeting. Ha which had have eon , Proteai sat would on the way done and approaching, and God but sorely it the • endeavours in this inedelity . the Church aid
December 31, 1839 - Chester Courant - Chester, Cheshire, England