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RAILWAY CHRONICLE.

RAILWAY CHRONICLE.

RAiLWAY CHRONICLE. TO TH1t PROI~lETOR9 OF TISE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. [Advertisenient.] GrNTT.rxE'N,-Since I had the honour of ?? vou in the Eui of the 16th instant, your tueeting has been mdloitned to the 9th of next month, ia order to enable Mr. Wood io add all Appeitdix to his
January 6, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA.

THE ERA.

FLATLST EDrTINc.] SUNDAkY, JANUARY 6, 183>9. When we rise in tie morning, our first thought is of the business or pleasrres of the day before us. Some turn a glance behind to the transactions of yesterday, in order to profit by the lessons of experience; while others look forward
January 6, 1839 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BRIGHTON, Jan. 2.

BRIGHTON, Jan. 2.

Her Majesty, after taking a gallop in the Riding School, rode out this afternoon on horseback to the westward, attended by the Marquis of Headfort, Baroness Lehzen, Lord Alfred Paget, Miss Paget, Miss Quentin, Sir W. Lumley, the Hon. Mr. Murray, Sir G. Quentin, and Colonel Buckl
January 3, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE DLXX AND NAPOLEON.

THE DLXX AND NAPOLEON.

In the I ist i ' T°, the John Rull ' ) addressed to " D,lke ' a diB Patcheswe find a letter nimitvaii. 1 exil'.Y ?? "" ' J n * vhlch his "--race's magna- Thfs is tliMett' ,J_ C ' pleS "•*"*" «*Plende.itly. " TO SIR CHARLES STUART, G.C.B. "My dear Stuart t ?? " o i7 in, ?? J '»>e
January 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, DEC. 31.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, DEC. 31.

The sessions commenced this morning before the Lord Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, and Sheriffs. The calendar con- tains a list of about 90 prisoners. (Before the Recorder.) Thomas Gowland, a teacher of dancing, was indicted for having committed wilful and corrupt perjury in having
January 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
PRESENT ASPECT OF POLITICAL AFFAIRS.

PRESENT ASPECT OF POLITICAL AFFAIRS.

(From the Oxford Herald.) We have arrived nearly within a month of the day when parliament must meet, and when they who have adminis- tered the government of the empire must give an account of their conduct; and if they hope to retain office, must mark at least an outline of the
January 5, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
express WSj£v trri;R-»QcfL.

express WSj£v trri;R-»QcfL.

-m-^WXtf Liverpool, Frjd^y Evejux*, Six o'clock. MARQUIS N T ORMANBY Lord Lieutenant of Ireland arrived at Liverpool to- day. His lordship intends, we are informed, in dc-rifle ©f the heavy gale which threatens to oppose his progress to sail for Dublin this evening, in the mail
January 5, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
LONDON CO UN EXCHANGE.

LONDON CO UN EXCHANGE.

The show of English wheat at this mornin.'s market waa extremely small, and we had only a limited quantity fresh up from abroad. Still tbe trade was dull, and Monday's quotations were with difficulty supported, except for the very choicest samples. Town-made flour went off slowl
January 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TIIE LEEDS MERCURY ON MUNICIPAL.REFORM.

TIIE LEEDS MERCURY ON MUNICIPAL.REFORM.

TIIE LEEDS MERCURY ON MUNICIPAL REFORM. Extract from the Leeds Mercury, July lOtk, 1835. " The Municipal Reform will seriously affect the Tory " party, and yet it is introduced not to give any monopoly " to any party, but merely to destroy an existing monopoly : " not to confer a
January 5, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
LEEDS BOROUGH EXPENDITURE.

LEEDS BOROUGH EXPENDITURE.

The following is the list of bills presented for pay- ment at the last meeting of the Leeds Town Conncil, on the 21st Nov., 1838 ; distinguished under the following heads : — •> No. 2.— MUNICIPAL CORPORATION ELECTIONS. £. s. d. Printing— Baines and Sons 165 7 6 ?? — His disburse
January 5, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England