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BRIGHTON, Jan. 2.

BRIGHTON, Jan. 2.

Her Majesty, after taking a gallop in the Riding School, rode out this afternoon on horseback to the westward, attended by the Marquis of Headfort, Baroness Lehzen, Lord Alfred Paget, Miss Paget, Miss Quentin, Sir W. Lumley, the Hon. Mr. Murray, Sir G. Quentin, and Colonel Buckl
January 3, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
OLYMPIC JHE ATR t

OLYMPIC JHE ATR t

Last night M.,dame Vestris (for so, for sake ot old fami- I liar association, she continues to call herself to her Olympic ; guests) made her first appearance since her return from Ame- rica. She could not but have been gratified, ller pretty little theatre was crammed from the
January 3, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
WEDNESDAY'S POST.

WEDNESDAY'S POST.

LONDON, TUESDAY, JAN. 1. From the LOXDOK GA ZETTF, of TUF.SDA V Evening BANKRUPTS. Thomas Stevens. Sidney .street, Mile-end-road, tailor John Schofield, High-street, Shoreditch, licensed victualler. Benjamin Brig?", Chatham, cheesemonger. James Warren Davis, Hertford, draper. Wi
January 3, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
To W. A. BRUCE, Esq. Sir, AS the statement which you made at the meeting of the Town Council on

To W. A. BRUCE, Esq. Sir, AS the statement which you made at the meeting of the Town Council on

Monday tlie of Dec. appears to have swayed the many the members of the Council, I feel myself tf*>n to point out to you some important particulars it was erroneous, especially as the bearings of casWpon the matter at issue, seem principally to rest tjrereon. Aour statement was,
January 3, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE peculiarly wholesome properties of BETTS's PATENT BRANDY, secured exclusively to this favourite beverage by Patent Right, and the total

THE peculiarly wholesome properties of BETTS's PATENT BRANDY, secured exclusively to this favourite beverage by Patent Right, and the total

failnre in all attempts at producing an article with the slightest pretensions to approach it in quality, afford the best evidence that it requires bat wider trial of its merits to extend that patronage, which already without parallel in the annals of trade. The Patentees are th
January 3, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LITERATURE.

LITERATURE.

Talcs and Sketches, Historical and Domestic, by Mrs. D. Clarke (late E. A. Ingram). Longman and Co., London, MM, These sketches have been for the first time, published a connecetd form, and are in number. They breathe throughout a highly moral tone, and exhibit graceful dialogue
January 3, 1839 - Worcestershire Chronicle - Worcester, Worcestershire, England
 
JBSBSSBBbb^ CROWN INDEPENDENT COACH OFFICE. THE Public are respectfully informed that Her Majesty's ROYAI« mAlli Will commence running the 6tli

JBSBSSBBbb^ CROWN INDEPENDENT COACH OFFICE. THE Public are respectfully informed that Her Majesty's ROYAI« mAlli Will commence running the 6tli

Janu*rJ inst., From DEVIZES to SA&lSBtJftir, Every morning ct o'clock—through LAVINCiTON, TILSHEAD, and SHRBWTON, to the Black Horse Hotel, SALISBURY ; whence it will return every afternoon at half-past 3. „ . (G. KING. Pro P r.etor»,{ RQGERS> MR. WILLIAM LARGE, Deceased. ALL pe
January 3, 1839 - Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
COUNTRY GRAIN and CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

COUNTRY GRAIN and CATTLE MARKETS, &c.

Salisbury, last.) —Wheat, 725. to 8525.; Barley, to Oats, 2525. to 285.; Peas, 38s. to 425.; and Beans, 425. to 525. per quarter. Bread, 18d. to 19d. per 81b. loaf. Fresh Butter, f4d. per lb. Bradford Cohn, Cattle, and Cheese Market, (Tuesday last.) The supply of Wheat was small
January 3, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
BANKRUPTS.

BANKRUPTS.

( From t/ie Gazette of Friday, Dec. 28.) George Gladwyn, Billericay, grocer Elizabeth Burchatt, Edwardes square, Kensington, lodging-house-keeper Charles Terry, Shoe lane, quill-merchant John Huddleston, Nottingham, builder Phillip Roger Atcheriey. Whitechurch, Shropshire, drape
January 3, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England
 
Tobacco in llinoostan.— The Javanese annals inibrp us, that the smoking of Tobacco was first introduced into that island at

Tobacco in llinoostan.— The Javanese annals inibrp us, that the smoking of Tobacco was first introduced into that island at

the very commencement of the seventeenth century. The plant, is however, true to it* more northern origin, and will not arrive at perfection in the hot plains and valleys, unless it has beet* U,rst raised from seed upon Um» cooler mountainous tracts. Two' distinct ses husbandmen
January 3, 1839 - Wiltshire Independent - Devizes, Wiltshire, England