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LEICESTER JOURNAL.

LEICESTER JOURNAL.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1839. perceive that an intention lias been announced, to take measures in this town and neighbourhood promote tlie objects of the Roman Catholic Institute. In ourcolumns will found alarming evidence the spread of Popery, and the exertions every where making to
January 4, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
M cui bono;" •s»eri» simple, and I (Hfcl jmfan " A reus " has given himself hearfjN^P of the general

M cui bono;" •s»eri» simple, and I (Hfcl jmfan " A reus " has given himself hearfjN^P of the general

rule, the result of wbicli is, that proposes to picseat the readers of the L4fcester Journal with features of " Tbe world in," and he will not fecllbat has taken up his pen in vain, if by praising where praise due, and reproving where reproof is deserved, he succeeds in creating
January 4, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
London Markets.

London Markets.

MARK-LAKE. Frjtlai/, Drccnthcr 2^. T'ic arrivals of English and Irish Grain this week are small— of Hour moderate; ami there is a good quantity Foreign Vlirat, of middling quality. The Country Markets otthis weekhcing r< ported higher for Wheat, this article is linn, and some of
January 4, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
7 LEtmsT^M comteqwnce tf the. » n rm " l ' Mbfimuuy, (irhkkfiirnithegtXmmmed population jftke Town and £*W+4 vtcct-'ary) Us

7 LEtmsT^M comteqwnce tf the. » n rm " l ' Mbfimuuy, (irhkkfiirnithegtXmmmed population jftke Town and £*W+4 vtcct-'ary) Us

Funds hare been <wiutvely cmOtduptf, that the Board feel it their duty earnestly and rcxpecßAf to appeal to the Public for additional assistance They rely with the utmost confidentt on their pontinued benevolence to an Institution, the benefiUfaf irMfefc hare long been felt, and
January 4, 1839 - Leicester Journal - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
Winter Assembly.—The fourth Assembly Rooms, ou Wednesday evening £.„° n 81 attended. Upwards Dei-sons' J- aWSt aaseand. in addition others

Winter Assembly.—The fourth Assembly Rooms, ou Wednesday evening £.„° n 81 attended. Upwards Dei-sons' J- aWSt aaseand. in addition others

for whose names may enumerate Prince C,C Lady Hastnor. ami the Hon. Miss Corks' , " nt e reigny, Count Baptiste Metaxa, the Hon. w, ftynhaii. Sir Jeffery Prendergust, Sir Edward Chad, Sir A. Madame. Sir George r Charles Sir Archibald Murray, eve., esc. Keelinn- " Stewart, done h
January 5, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

SPORTING INTELLIGENCE.

TATTERSALL'S.—Monday. Another dull afternoon, with very little in the way of change; bad, however, as business undoubtedly was, two or three movements (the last of the year) require to be noticed. The Dey of Algiers sprung to 22 to 1, takers, nor could any one be prevailed upon
January 5, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
Important Sale of Timber, AT ASTROP, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. fie tip bunion, BY C R. MALL AM, Oil MONDAY, January the 1839,

Important Sale of Timber, AT ASTROP, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. fie tip bunion, BY C R. MALL AM, Oil MONDAY, January the 1839,

and following days, on the Estate of Willes, Esq., Astrop, ABOUT 200 Fine OAK TREES, some of which are of large dimensions, the same number of capital ELMS, and about other Trees, including Ash, Abele, Beech, alnut, and Firs; Catalogues of which may be obtained ten days previous
January 5, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

Gazette—Dec. 28, 1838. Barnard John and James Skinner, rope makers, White Horselane, Stepney, 24th Dec. Bartlett John and William Stanskll, plumbers, at Taunton 22d Dec. Broughton George, John Farrer, Peter Pollard, and Robert Sagar, cotton spinners, at Burnley, so far as regard
January 5, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
Notices under Sequestrations.

Notices under Sequestrations.

Gazette—Dec. 28, 1838. Mil leu, Ferguson, & Turner, merchants, Glasgow, Liverpool, and Calcutta ; third div. of Is. will be paid the countinghouse of J. M'Clelland, accountant, Glasgow, on 19th Jan. Gazette—Jan. 1, 1839. Lothian George, power loom manufacturer, Glasgow, has appl
January 5, 1839 - Perry's Bankrupt Gazette - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY'S AND TUESDAY'S POSTS.

SUNDAY'S AND TUESDAY'S POSTS.

?? LONDON, JAN. 1. An arrival from the Mauritius has brought advices from that Island to the 4th of October, at 'which period they had received accounts from England of the unsettled and depressed state of the Sugar Market, in consequence of the great reduction of drawback upon
January 5, 1839 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England