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On Friday, the 25th ult. at the Rectory, Kirkby Mallory, in this county, Mrs. Longhurst, of a son. On Tuesday,

On Friday, the 25th ult. at the Rectory, Kirkby Mallory, in this county, Mrs. Longhurst, of a son. On Tuesday,

Oa Friday, the alt. the Rectory, Mtllory, in this county, Mrs. Loagburst, son. On Tuesday, Jan. I, at Barlbro', Derbyshire, the Rev. Martin Stapyllon.l Mr. R. F. Eames, East-gates, Leicester, to Miss Anne Bureell, late of this town. On Tuesday last, St. Mary's Church, this town,
January 5, 1839 - Leicestershire Mercury - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Talcs and Sketches, Historical and Domestic, by Mrs. D. Clarke (late E. A. Ingram). Longman and Co., London, MM, These sketches have been for the first time, published a connecetd form, and are in number. They breathe throughout a highly moral tone, and exhibit graceful dialogue
January 3, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
THE BREAD TAX.

THE BREAD TAX.

' At length this question is absorbing the attention of tiie community. The pinch has begun to be felt. The Ministerial papers have awakened from their apathy, aud are crying out lustily, calling upon the people to look themselves and save the popula'tion from ! famine, commerce
January 5, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
/ grace darling. JPOffiiyAßOTtSffiJß STEAMS®. OF THE CONTINUED AND EAGER DEMAND FOR E RECORDER. LONDON WEEKLY NEWBPAPER, PRICE FOUBPENCE. 6

/ grace darling. JPOffiiyAßOTtSffiJß STEAMS®. OF THE CONTINUED AND EAGER DEMAND FOR E RECORDER. LONDON WEEKLY NEWBPAPER, PRICE FOUBPENCE. 6

u ite w °! k Art which ha* accompanied the two laat numbers, (and which ia acknownext, an embellishment an Almanack for the new yi£entitled ' the 12th of J^suart THE GRACE BARLING ALMANACK, for I - »■« t™.. , °° ■ *-». to M .h. sources of information not available any other pape
January 5, 1839 - Somerset County Gazette - Taunton, Somerset, England
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

LEEDS CORN MARKET, Jan. 1. There a good supply of all kinds of Grain to this day's the price the best dry wheat there has been no but other descriptions have bien Is per quarter > and not much business doing. South Barley and the' •'t' Lincolnshire has been per quarter higher, i
January 5, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
PRICE ONE SHILLING. < A IT'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE for) JANUARY (the commencement of vo-1 me), Contains— Lord Durham and the

PRICE ONE SHILLING. < A IT'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE for) JANUARY (the commencement of vo-1 me), Contains— Lord Durham and the

Reformers ences of the Lake Poets, by the English j Ipimn Eater; No. 1, William Wordsworth—j low Poor Men Live ?—Dialogue of the Unborn j -Airs. Poktans' Cuteh; or Sketches of Western j ndia—Gift Bonks the Season—Blanche ; a Tale—Poetry—Litehahy Regis- i Ea—Political Register, &
January 5, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
asthe d read for effectual and speedy cure with ease, secrecy aud safety, without the aid of medical assistance. Perry's

asthe d read for effectual and speedy cure with ease, secrecy aud safety, without the aid of medical assistance. Perry's

Purifying Specific Pills, pricc2s. 9 d., or Jive boxes in one for lis., by which 2s. 9d. is saved, are well know throughout Europe and America to be the most certain and effectual cure ever discovered for every stage and symptom of the Venereal Disease, both sexes, including Gon
January 5, 1839 - Leeds Times - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
JBSBSSBBbb^ CROWN INDEPENDENT COACH OFFICE. THE Public are respectfully informed that Her Majesty's ROYAI« mAlli Will commence running the 6tli

JBSBSSBBbb^ CROWN INDEPENDENT COACH OFFICE. THE Public are respectfully informed that Her Majesty's ROYAI« mAlli Will commence running the 6tli

Janu*rJ inst., From DEVIZES to SA&lSBtJftir, Every morning ct o'clock—through LAVINCiTON, TILSHEAD, and SHRBWTON, to the Black Horse Hotel, SALISBURY ; whence it will return every afternoon at half-past 3. „ . (G. KING. Pro P r.etor»,{ RQGERS> MR. WILLIAM LARGE, Deceased. ALL pe
January 3, 1839 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

HUNTING APPOINTMENTS.

, 0 will meet Monday, at Stoke Lodge, Winkfield; Friday, the Mag-1 Tuesday, rTucknell Cotnmnr 'N", ,? Saturday, Warden Kennel. ,„eet on Tuesday, FMrfor.., ami uplift J »»*e: Oakaev Village, ..,.:!'• frounda r, nil ''""on Gate; Thursday, Friday, >•. alu? Monday, at Ford Gates v S
January 5, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
Wednesday last, a deputation from the I Reading Working Men's Association, waited on the Mayor request the uso tho Town-hall,

Wednesday last, a deputation from the I Reading Working Men's Association, waited on the Mayor request the uso tho Town-hall,

on Monday, 1 Ith instant, to hold a general meeting tbe Working Class, to consider the propriety adopting the National Petition to ' Parliament. It was thought that so reasonable a request would have been granted ; however, the next day letter was received, stating the Mayor did
January 5, 1839 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England