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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.

BAANKRUPTS-FRIDAY. Tios. ansi Wm. Hurdle, Blackirater, HMats, cheese-dealers, to surrender Aug. 2S, Sept. 27,a3tthe CuL rtoffBankrruptcy. SolicitorThompson London Jes. & Jds. Chass Morrison, York-street, Folev.plaee, tailors, August 07, September 07, at the seme place. Solicitor
August 24, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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.d- 7 SaIt by Raution . 0n- bT V waXTO THEM PUBLZCE C r B. WORBOYS, in presenting his best thanks o 6 to his numerous Friends for their decided preference and support since his establishing himself in Bristol. begs av most respectfully to annouice that he has commenced the te, bu
December 28, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
News by the London Posts.

News by the London Posts.

?? t Mr Lonron TOUt5. - I LONDON, TxESDAY, December3. UNITED STATES. THE Arnerican papers which we have received by the Great Western steamer contain some news of in- terest. Rumours of the resumption of specie payments by the suspended banks were circulated, but they proved unfo
December 7, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL TOWN-COUNCIL.

BRISTOL TOWN-COUNCIL.

3RISTOL TOWN-COUNCIL. Tu=snAYa, Merch 9. A special meeting of the council was summoned for this day, to take into consideration tics following subjects, and to make such il orders and adopt such proceadings thereon respectively, as might ha deemed proper and expedient --A report
March 23, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL POLICE.

BRISTOL POLICE.

BRZSTOX. POIXCE. COUNCIL-HousE, Thursday, April11, 1639. George Naish was charged with assaulting and stabbing Vm Routles. It appeared that the complainant is a butcher, and the prisoner a bak1r, and that the latter having had a quarrelpith two of his shopmates in the Lamb and Fl
April 13, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
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Sillk Iwercery, brapery, Jdosers, ~aecahry, and rabc tablih~ft NORTIL-STREET, ST. JAMES's. H ILLIPS & EVANS beg publicly to announice the completion of their Second'extensive LONDON PUR- -t CHASES for the present Season. I They will have much pleasure in submitting their STOCK fo
April 13, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
BRISTOL POLICE.

BRISTOL POLICE.

2R2STOL TOZCED Magistrates present: The Mayor end Mr. Wood. Four toyst, named Thos. Lewis, Goo. Stenner, Chas. Bullock, end Valentinte Bullock', were charged with stealigsvnpeo, the property of Wan. W~illiams, of Coronation-road. it appeared ze that, between the hours of 6 o'cloc
April 13, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
AT HOME AND ABROAD.

AT HOME AND ABROAD.

LOCAL affairs encroach this week so ?? our space, that we have little room-left for general p0litrcs, and-yet there are one or two points in :connection with them both at home and abroad, which we cannot pass by altogether without remark. At home we have had the Jamaica Bill mut
July 6, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
MANSLAUGHTER AT LONG-ASHTON.

MANSLAUGHTER AT LONG-ASHTON.

IAaNS:MAUGUTPU AT LONG-ASHTON. Considerable excitement prevailed in the village of Ashton, near , this city, on Monday last, in consequence of the death of an e excavator, named Richard Roe, a native of Launceston, who was eshot through the head, on the previous night, by a young
July 6, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
News by the London Posts.

News by the London Posts.

o.lD tbe ?? 1300ot LONDON, Tuesday, June 1. JIIE 3ecount3 from Constantinople are of a very war- The Sultan was fitting out an arnament very ii n ever respect to any which, of late sears, has been '~j<r rkev. ~s sail ofthe liie and live friaiites had left the ill, to.weed to Galt
June 22, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England