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AFFAIRS IV the EAST.

AFFAIRS IV the EAST.

AFFAIRS the EAST. COPY OE A NOTE ADDRESSED BY THE MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AT THE SUBLIME PORTE TO THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE FIVE GREAT POWERS, DATED THE 19TH REDJEL, 1255 (SEPT. 12, 183 9 .) In the note which the Sublime Porte had the honour to address to the representatives
November 12, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN AFFAIRS,

FOREIGN AFFAIRS,

" News has been received from Tarsous that hostilities had not yet commenced, but that the Turks were approaching the E:lyp. t bin territory, and that Ibrahim was uniting all his furces to recuise them vigorously. " Letters from Alep say that the Turkish troops had pas..ed the E
June 4, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LANCASTER CORPORATION,

LANCASTER CORPORATION,

" We, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the borough of Lancaster, in the county palatine of Lancaster, humbly approach your Majesty with this expression of affection and loyalty to your most gracious Majesty's person and government, and of grateful admiration of your Majesty
June 4, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
TRUSTEES.

TRUSTEES.

Duncan Davidson Alves, esry.John Pemberton Heywood, esq. Granville Sharp, esq. I Arthur Willis, eery.
October 5, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
i TtRuLAL.and 11101, LRLIAL TAVERN and FAMILY HOTEL, ST. MARTIN LE GRAND, LONDON. DWARD HENRY SANDERSON begs respectfully Eto acquaint

i TtRuLAL.and 11101, LRLIAL TAVERN and FAMILY HOTEL, ST. MARTIN LE GRAND, LONDON. DWARD HENRY SANDERSON begs respectfully Eto acquaint

his Friends and the Public generally, that he has andertaken the Management and entire Conducting of the whole of t he business of that well known and long established Inn, the BULL and MOUTH ; and it is his intention to die such ar. augments in the hotel and tavern department s
November 13, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
last. 1 saw him in a street opposite the Catholic chapel in this did not give any reason. I never

last. 1 saw him in a street opposite the Catholic chapel in this did not give any reason. I never

heard before that the corpse town. I saw him about ten or eleven o'clock. It was some time of a young man named Shell was amongst them. I did not go after the attack on this house by the mob. I don't know whose in to examine the bodies at the same time as the prisoner. He did ho
November 13, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LAW II4TELLIGENCE.

LAW II4TELLIGENCE.

ARCHES COURT, Nov. 12. HAWES AND ♦ICAT V. AESLEY PELLATT. Sir HERBERT JENNER gave judgment to-day as to the admissibility of a libel given in on behalf of the churchwardens of the parish of Christchurch, Surrey, in a suit for subtraction of a church rate promoted by them against
November 13, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
BELGIAN PAPERS.

BELGIAN PAPERS.

BRUSSELS, Oet.2.—The average price of wheat last week was 24f. 3Sc., and of rye 13f. 76c. The regulations of import and export duties remain as before. The Nouvelliste of Bruges says, " It is reported that the Bel Om government proposes to the French government to continue the I
October 4, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Ts eras DA?.) —By an arrival from eh May. The price. ed weight. They ire on the Subject of South

Ts eras DA?.) —By an arrival from eh May. The price. ed weight. They ire on the Subject of South

Wales. The C wzbmt, inese Junks could be migrate for two years o e. n are, three dollars per ar ; and five dollars per h Ther esee ms nothin f te colony, except th e id artisans. regarding the conditions which ith the large holders of rtes, for a prolongation of th e re the chie
October 4, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
To the NOBILITY, GENTRY, BANKERS, and all CONSUMERS of LAMP OIL. VuNN's VEGETABLE — OIL, 55761. per imperial -A-11 gallon.—Thos.

To the NOBILITY, GENTRY, BANKERS, and all CONSUMERS of LAMP OIL. VuNN's VEGETABLE — OIL, 55761. per imperial -A-11 gallon.—Thos.

Nunn and Son, Italian Warehousemen and Gil Merchants (28 years purveyors to the Hon. Society of Lincoln's Inn), 19, Great James-street, Bedford-row, respectfully solicit the attention of the public to the above very superior article, which Rives a clear and brilliant light, perf
December 31, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England