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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.

BANIKRtUPTS-FRIDAY. James Habbit Cunnnew, Fenchlurch-street, victualler, to surronder 3fay24, June 28, at Bsinghall-street. Solicitors IHeathcote & Co. London Stephen Wm. Burridge, Dover-road, May 24, June28, at the same place. Solicitors, Messrs. Sole, London Thomas Parker, Cov
May 25, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

t. -a LAP-SANG TA TMPORTED in Lead Packages of 1 lb., and half-pounds, .2.. at 6a, per lb.; also, GUNPOWDER, in 1 lb.-and A, lb. packages, at Ss. per lb.; H YSON, ditto ditto, 6s. per lb. I The LAP-SAHo TEA is the Finest of the Strong Black Teas,1 with a leaf that is generally en
August 3, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
TO THE Shareholders in the Bristol & Exeter Railway.

TO THE Shareholders in the Bristol & Exeter Railway.

TO THE Shareholders in the 3ristol & Mmeter Railway. oulr directo;rs havi determined on a sile lioe of 'vay, atid also to allow i itarest at the rate of t per cctt. uponl the paid p capitsl, I think it may he fairly assuled that they are fully encitled to your contidence, at leas
August 3, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL POLICE.

BRISTOL POLICE.

COUNCIL-HOUSEN, SATURDAY, July 27. There were only two cases, neither of which possessed the slight- est public interest. MON:0DAY. Magistrates present: Thb Mayor, and Messrs. LunelU, Ricketts, and Wood. George Dewhy was charged with stealing a shilling from his master, Mr. Roun
August 3, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

MARKET INTELLIGENCE.

BEAZ;IMET INTELLGoM~x - - - -- - -I LONDON CORN EXCHANGE, Ii. Thae supp of wheatyv land samples was ?? tbir we g there Was not tat lein the trade that ion on Frsi day, hai we wvere eniabled to obtain that day's prices b& nag': ifrom this day seosaight.at whlich improvement thor ?
August 3, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
LOCAL POLITICS.

LOCAL POLITICS.

?? 93rtstol+ I SATURDAY, Novemnber 23, 1639. ZOCAZL POXXTICS. BRISTOL PENNY POSTAGE. WE congratulate that portion of the public residing in the suburbs of Bristol, but beyond the limits of the general delivery, that the extra charge of a penny, hitherto paid on their letters, wil
November 23, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CHARTIST RIOTS.

CHARTIST RIOTS.

cHAnRTZST RIOT3S. NEWPORT, THURSDAY. A highly respectable and numerous meeting was held this day, at the large room of the King's Head hotel, convened in consequence of a requisition numerously signed, addressed to the Mayor, for the purpose of thanking Captain Stack, Lieut. Gray
November 23, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
CORPORATION OF THE POOR.

CORPORATION OF THE POOR.

CO0PO;ZATION Or THE POOR. A court of the above Corporation was held at St. Peter's Hospital, or- Tnursday evening, the Governor in the chair. Mr. WAim read the minutes of the committee of man- 3agerment, from which it appeared that, on the 5th instant, there seas a balance in han
December 14, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE GRATEFUL SOCIETY

THE GRATEFUL SOCIETY

Met their president, John Harding, Esq., at the Montague Tavern, Kingsdown, at ten o'clock ; and, after breakfast, proceeded in procession, attended by the boys apprenticed by the bounty of tile institution, to All Saints' church, where an appropriate sermon was preached, by the
November 16, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
THE [ill] TOURNAMENT.

THE [ill] TOURNAMENT.

,ran MOWN.T&M Ta@aWA2, 3lU Thislongtalkd-u pageant came off on Wednesday "o'nnglght, but ma the pleasurk and amtosemeii1t It was etcposedtyilweeamsdr wholly mared by th ?? state of the weather. The orowil of I of spectators, lieuever, wasimffense, Glasgow. Greeneock, Edinburgh mi
September 7, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England