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MARKETS.

MARKETS.

MNARKE ET S. (:f)IY.FXCliAN(;i7. FRIDAY, ?? 17. rlbre arrivro!-'rf Eri?3!"'l NVIns J 7iIFl teir irnil uy ilC II o fromi,nr irrI ~Iny, ha~t ?? crj;,i ti, ?? iltoarirl 55 thre trade is extrune1 y dull1 at th~iat lay 'i ri I it frri ?? there is scarcely airvthli g dfiiings, and the
May 21, 1839 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTAIRIL C;R M[WAI C'IURT. The sessions hommenoed on Monday morning, before the Lord Mil'or, Recorder, Sheriffs, and Aldermen. the calendarcontained a list of 306prisonerssldthefollowing is a summary statement descriptive of the various offences with which they were charged :-Bi
February 10, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.

BENCH OF MAGISTRATES.

BENCH C 'OF MAGIS'T'RA'['ES. TausRAY, JAN'. 3, I839. -PreseVit! . SiE"VoI'I, G. BAStE-I, alKI F. H. Prl)lrsR, Esqrs., Capt. IIeAvIs.ls, rnid Major ALLEN. Josrsdr Wlilliams, for vagraticy, vas committed for 21 days. John k kelticbiims a Ilylinan, was charged wvitsh furious driving
January 8, 1839 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
CORN-BILL.

CORN-BILL.

COR-N.BILL. .. .. . _ _ . . . . . I - - . I 1 Q1 r. h (From ?? Political Registert, Marcii, IsolaJ Finding tiat it would be too late to present a petition after 6allitng together any part of the county, jiud resolved myself tostite, to one, at least, of the Houses of Parlianent,
February 10, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
"THE CONVENTION FOR EVER!"

"THE CONVENTION FOR EVER!"

- - .1 - - . . . A SONG. BYt JON GOODWiN BARMBY. The Coavention for ever I success to its glory, I honour its numbers-I honour its name; 'Tia a name which in France's bright blood-wdtten story Will gleam, as in night, does a redtcomet's fame ; XAnd like green isle its name, my lo
May 5, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 

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THE SOLDIER.

THE SOLDIER.

I THE SOLDIRIt. (To the Editor of the TrIUe SCstsmn) SIR,-The beauty of the season lately invited toe to ewlk with a friend or two by the banks of the Clyde. All that poets ever fan. tied of the sweetness of the opening year, in the breath and bnd. ding, and beauty of spring-time
May 28, 1839 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

PROVINCIAL INTELLIGENCE.

IYOI1H ING. A ineating of the friends of David Salornoea Esq., was held at the Ste-'ne Hotel, on Monday evening last. 'Mr. Lefevre having been calfled to the chair, the following resolutitns were unanimously paiised --Tathi edovee by Mr. Evans, and secondied by F. Austin, Esq.,
May 28, 1839 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
THE THEATRE.

THE THEATRE.

'THI E 'ILIEATRE. Yesterday evening se'nnight the Theatre was re-opened for tire benefit of Mrs. Marshall (late Miss Rawlings). The per- formances consisted of a variety of pieces iii which thle mem- bers of the AmateurSociety took a corresponding part, evincing generally so much
March 12, 1839 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
THE GENERAL CONVENTION.

THE GENERAL CONVENTION.

MONDAY, Fle. 25.-The delegates assembled at eleven o'clock, and 'Mr. Mlills (delegate from Oldharn) was called to the chair. Mr. Lovett was re-appointed secretary, arid after the names of the delegates had been called over, and the- Ml-. notes of Thursday's proceedings had been
March 12, 1839 - Brighton Patriot - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
DREADFUL MURDER AND SUICIDE AT PADDINGTON, THROUGH JEALOUSY.

DREADFUL MURDER AND SUICIDE AT PADDINGTON, THROUGH JEALOUSY.

DREADFUL MURDERS AND SUICIDE AT PAD- | DINGTON, THROUGH JEALOUSY. An extraordinary degree of excitement prevailed throughout Paddington on Monday morning, in consequence of the circu- lation of a report that a mason, named Lovett, residing at 102, Praed-street, had murdered his w
February 17, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England