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I RIO LAND

I RIO LAND

"[From our Correspondent.) The death ofthe Right Hon. and Most Rev. Dr. Laurence, Archbishop of Cahir, and Bishop of Emly, Watei ford, and Lismore, which took place on Saturday morning, has given rise to a deal of conversation as to the successor. The Right Rev. Dr. Knox. Bishop
January 2, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
'EAM.— LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK I ?? \TLA\TIC STEAM-SHIP COM- - - I',-rerful Steamer LIVERPOOL. Ie« ?? Burthen IliO Ton

'EAM.— LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK I ?? \TLA\TIC STEAM-SHIP COM- - - I',-rerful Steamer LIVERPOOL. Ie« ?? Burthen IliO Ton

s. a fid les ot LIVERPOOL FOR NEW \.pn \ ?? at Two p. m. f^ re- J— J.nea-. . wines AvA all stores. An ienced Sunreon „„ ixmrd. Specie above 20,0001., Three- "B per Half per Cent- Ereij,! t 44> Kegent-circus, Pieca- ' an(l ] ' -t, Crutcl.ei-frlars. „_,.„.. ?? ?? JAMES HARTLEY and
January 2, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
TO OUR READERS.

TO OUR READERS.

* Owino- to the late arrival various materials incidental to a complicated establishment, and the influx of advertisements on Monday ayid Tuesday, unth the length of tlieparticulars relative to the presentation the Rev. Mr. Cooper, of Burslem, ice have to apologize not only for
January 2, 1839 - Staffordshire Gazette and County Standard - Stafford, Staffordshire, England
 
BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY. IT cannot be a matter of surprise that the extraordinary patronage with which this favourite beverage has

BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY. IT cannot be a matter of surprise that the extraordinary patronage with which this favourite beverage has

been honoured—a patronage brought about by those two distinguishing features, its essential purity and striking similarity in flavour to that of the finest French Brandy should have called into activity many pretenders; whose efforts, like those of their annual predecessors, pro
January 2, 1839 - Hereford Journal - Hereford, Herefordshire, England
 
rt;-, r >eteen years. 'om . i A RMS of anil HiUi'' ■, '' KM. on the (.state cf Fo«Us,

rt;-, r >eteen years. 'om . i A RMS of anil HiUi'' ■, '' KM. on the (.state cf Fo«Us,

containing in and ';, , l S ' , re an<! '‘nodland, F.out 300 acres, and suMundetl by dry stone dykes, and sunk fences faced th. ?' Farms extend more than -a sea shore, having a ready ciir.niunication by water parts, and convenient shipping places, i House Ardullw agree ibly situ
January 2, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
jit 111 l Hart, A » dray ■ . i |.o.

jit 111 l Hart, A » dray ■ . i |.o.

jit 111 l Hart, A » dray ■ . |.o. rg-Mir. ANNUAL REVI I.ATKD H'-NI) i-N s tish liismuiiort the | HV- wuoi-E I’ll Be „,.E amunost the I'ot.icv VHAKS, according the Policies of Five Years’ Whole of Life, palticiiwte m t.( Policies opened before second division o! J’rofibi ] Muni, I
January 2, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
having been c, nfi„ d entire!, J broke out. It is understood ~1 h, the ov-erhea t.ng 0 f .h

having been c, nfi„ d entire!, J broke out. It is understood ~1 h, the ov-erhea t.ng 0 f .h

e .... winch a beam of wood comma, become ignite d._AV/so 1 . ,E l N f °“ StJ think, be fair ly a,s Ume ,| , ® y 1 for doubt to ihe face l,j' length tin'ie during »| i .i ~ the loth Of, October, period j intelligence regarding her |, avi „] length ( but to, convincingly idea by
January 2, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
THOKNHIIX ACADEMY

THOKNHIIX ACADEMY

CLASSES will resumed on TUESDAY, JL Bih January. The I'apili are earnest y reminded be punctual in assembling. The next half-yearly examination will take place at.out the end .Tunc*. Thornhill House, Ist January, 1839.
January 2, 1839 - Inverness Courier - Inverness, Inverness-shire, Scotland
 
'tTlrc P ulblle ESTABLISHED IN 1759.

'tTlrc P ulblle ESTABLISHED IN 1759.

P ulblle ESTABLISHED IN 1759. Ad?crti»ement«, icc., received at Mewr*. Chariot Skipper and Kast’s, I, St. OunsUn’s-hill ; where all Confidoni _ At Liverpool, at Gore’s General Advcrtiter-officc.
January 2, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England
 
FltOM THE GAZETTE OF LAST f/IGUT.

FltOM THE GAZETTE OF LAST f/IGUT.

DFCLARVrION OF INSOC.VENCY WELLS?MA R V. UANKKurIs. , i ST t X SCHOFIELD^'job^, Finsbury sqnrre. Attorney* • bSgGS. Benjamin Chatham Newman. K^nt. Aisignee, Mr. Johnson, Basinghall-rtrcct. Attorney, Mr Colteriil, Thrngm-rlon-street. CLARK, Willi-m, Upper Th.nie. * i™"t chant. Ja
January 2, 1839 - Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser - London, London, England