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TO THE LORO ELLENBOROUGH Mv I.OHO, O AVING beard that your Lordship though Ai the 4th inst. to express, at

TO THE LORO ELLENBOROUGH Mv I.OHO, O AVING beard that your Lordship though Ai the 4th inst. to express, at

meeting* of the Magistrates, your dissatisfaction at the favourable result of i recently instituted the Bishop of this Diocese into th parish of Bishop’s Cleeve—to stigmatise the conduct ' 'b and the other Commissioners as n job, a further, that had you bet summoned you could ha
January 3, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
DR. ARNOTT’S STOVE From the Manufactory of Messrs. Huxley Olive Original Makers , under the personalsuperintendence of t MAY BE

DR. ARNOTT’S STOVE From the Manufactory of Messrs. Huxley Olive Original Makers , under the personalsuperintendence of t MAY BE

SEEN IN FULL OPEHAT At HENRY LEONAR 395, HIGH STREET, Who ha* been appointed SOLE AGENT FOR TH FIRM CHELTENHAM. December 3 d, 1838. PATRONISED THE QUEEN. M« ALPINE'S AFRICAN Bi THIS inimitable HALM was first intro C. M.in Paris in 1836, and having received bigl testimonials of i
January 3, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
LAYS OK LEISUREHOURS—No. 1. THE FORSAKEN. I- D, worn (jam anil grief, A genile sufferer lay A woman loo—ami all

LAYS OK LEISUREHOURS—No. 1. THE FORSAKEN. I- D, worn (jam anil grief, A genile sufferer lay A woman loo—ami all

she loved Were dead, away ; It it; nd, husband, child, ooi one was near, o sooth her in that hour of fear. O’er her pale face was gath'ring fast he awful gloom ol death. And from her led lips went forth, No sign of living breath. tell that her faint spirit still Was ling’uog in
January 3, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.

M.B... »b. X, sssssi ttaa^aw *hici shall .l»w>lhe *ff»cl checking headlong career of ihe imbecile Ihculor of Lo « *° tb’J2dd extent of Espanero’a real domimon i« hit camp. the General Seoaue was appointedi Capl. Gen. of the iirov.nce Galicia, in the room of Gen. Valde*. who prom
January 3, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
TWEE FJEF.JL I RESPECTFULLY return Thanks to the Public for the Encouragement they haw met with, and they beg to

TWEE FJEF.JL I RESPECTFULLY return Thanks to the Public for the Encouragement they haw met with, and they beg to

state, that their .SEMI- ! NARY for the Board and Education of Young Ladies will RE-OPEN on Monday, the 14th inst. Workington, January 2, 1539. EDITATIO^f. 19, LOWTHER STREET, CARLISLE. THE DUTIES of the Misses Buck's ESTABLISHMENT for the BOARD and EDUCATION YOUNG LADIES, will
January 5, 1839 - Carlisle Journal - Carlisle, Cumberland, England
 
MEMOIRS OK MR. STEPHENS.

MEMOIRS OK MR. STEPHENS.

The following sketch the prisoner's history is abridged from two separate Accounts the Observer of yesterday : Mr. Stephens in a young man, being in about his 32d year. He is married, and has several children. His manner* in private are exceedingly pleasing aud unassuming. was f
January 5, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
THE LONDON GAZETTE.

THE LONDON GAZETTE.

_ , TUESDAY JANUARY -INSOLVENT. I Wells, Mary, Southampton, grocer. BANKRUPTS. Stevens, Thomas, Sidney-street, Mile-end-road, tailor. i ScboGeld, John, High-street, Shoreditch, victualler. Benjamin, Chatham and Newington, Kent, grocer. Davis, James Warren, Ilert ford, draper. Ya
January 5, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
the EDITOR of the READING MERCURY. January, 1839. Sib.,—l am sorry offer you any remarks on the stale and wearying

the EDITOR of the READING MERCURY. January, 1839. Sib.,—l am sorry offer you any remarks on the stale and wearying

subject tbe Treasurer and his Accounts. But the fact of Major Court having, in the debate of this morning, made allusion submit most irregularly and ira- I properly) to letter which addressed to you on' former j occasion, on the above subject, ami attempting to make thereby appe
January 5, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
MESSRS. HILLIER and MAY rettSgj sincere thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general, for the very support they

MESSRS. HILLIER and MAY rettSgj sincere thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general, for the very support they

have received, beg to inform them that as the Swan. Holborn Pridge, (their late office) is about pulled down, they have removed to No. 17, Old Change, near St. Paul'? ' hope to be favoured with continuance natrouace HI I. LIEU and MAY'S Pristol, Bath, and daily FLY WAGGONS, from
January 5, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
ROSS DISPENSARY. Vice-('residents of this Institution will meet at B_ the Royal Motel, in Hoss, on Monday the 7th day

ROSS DISPENSARY. Vice-('residents of this Institution will meet at B_ the Royal Motel, in Hoss, on Monday the 7th day

ot January, 1839, at Twelve o'Clock at noon, to audit the Acrounts of the Treasurer, preparatory to the General Half-yearly Meeting of the Governors, which will be held immediately after the Meeting of the Vice-Presidents, at the place aforesaid. J. R. HALL, treasurer and Honora
January 5, 1839 - Hereford Times - Hereford, Herefordshire, England