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WARWICKSHIRE EPIPHANY SESSIONS.

WARWICKSHIRE EPIPHANY SESSIONS.

Tt r.sr.AY, January 1, 1839. These Sessions commenced on Tuesday morning last, at tor. o'clock, before Sir J. E. E. Wilmot, Bart. M.P. Chairman, and the following Magistrates Earl of Warwick, Adams, Esq. Earl of Arlcsford, Holbech, Esq. ViscountLifford, M. Sir J. Mordaunt, Bart.
January 7, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
| BOOKS, COINS, MUSIC, 4c._THIS DAY. ! f be SOLD A UCTION, by J. P. LUCAS, at tbe 3fart, No.

| BOOKS, COINS, MUSIC, 4c._THIS DAY. ! f be SOLD A UCTION, by J. P. LUCAS, at tbe 3fart, No.

61, High-street, this present Monday the 7th day of January—a collection of BOOKS, few curious and Copper COINS, variety of MS. and printed . MUSIC, Gold Repeating Watches, Electrical Machine, Ac. Catalogues may had at the place of sale, which commences ten. ATo. 127, BTomtgrove
January 7, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE DEANBSY, WOLVERHAMPTON. MISS ISAAC and Miss E. RYLAND beg to inform their Friends, that their SCHOOL will be re-opened

THE DEANBSY, WOLVERHAMPTON. MISS ISAAC and Miss E. RYLAND beg to inform their Friends, that their SCHOOL will be re-opened

>n Tuesday the 22d inst. J, THE Misses WILCOX respectfully inform their abj Friends, that their SCHOOL will be re-opened Monday the of January. Old-square, Birmingham. u) SOLIHULB SCHOOL, near BIRMINGHA3»% Conducted Mr. SHELDON, SUCCESSOR TO THE LATE J. POWELL. THE dnties of thi
January 7, 1839 - Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE MARK LIA.

THE MARK LIA.

HAYMARKETS, Jan. s.— (At per load of 36 trusses.) Smithfield.— Fine Upland Meadow anil ?? Hay, 955. to 1U0». ; Inferior ditto, SJs. to 905. ; New Hay, — "s. to — ?? ; Clover, 110s. to l'JOs. ; Straw, 38s. to 40s. Regent's I'ark.— Fine Cplan-I Meadow nud Ryegras Hay, i.Os. to 105
January 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY.LANE. THIS EVENING will be performed Rossini's Opera of GUILLAUME TELL. Gmllaumc Tell, Mr.Braham j Urssler, Mr. Oiubilei;

THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY.LANE. THIS EVENING will be performed Rossini's Opera of GUILLAUME TELL. Gmllaumc Tell, Mr.Braham j Urssler, Mr. Oiubilei;

Rudolph, Mr. Staabury; Chief of the Canton of Unterwald, Mr. A. Giubllci ; Clue! ut'tiie Canton of Schwytz, Mr. Duruset ; Lutern, Miss Poole. Matilda. Miss Romer j Martha, Mi.s Belts. To conclude willi the new Christmas Comic Pantomime entitled HARLEQUIN ANIJ) JACK FROST. In whi
January 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
-tSeitfralitie&.

-tSeitfralitie&.

. 6 lor ious in tact and nicety of thougnt, E nlarging erery topic upon earth, « eglec'.ing_in our weekly budget — nought E nticeful, or of moral, or of mirth ; R aising reflertive theraei and giving bin_ A axiom of mind— to wisdom or to wit— I- aligning at folly with her wings
January 7, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

Wednesday's and Thursday's Posts.

LONDON GAZETTE OF TUESDAY, Jan. 1. BANKRUPTS. Mind, Bishop's Waltham, Hants, draper. William Morgan, Bristol, enrpenter. Thomas Stevens, Sidney-street, Mile-cnd-road, tailor. John Sehofield, High-street, Shorediteh, victualler. Benjamin Chatham and grocer, .lames Warren Davis, H
January 7, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
The Committee of Grosvenor College have appointed the Rev. Daniel Race Godfrey, A.M.. Michel ellow of Queen's College, Oxford, and

The Committee of Grosvenor College have appointed the Rev. Daniel Race Godfrey, A.M.. Michel ellow of Queen's College, Oxford, and

distinguished by highest classical honours (eldest sen of the Principal), Head Classical Master that Institution—Bath Herald. Onr great wonder has been productive of numerous small wonders; amongst others, several the citizens Bristol have upon their tables a brace of quails fro
January 7, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
Friday's Post.

Friday's Post.

Pah is, Jan. 1. To»l.»»« ais " f thc Bth Ult - an " h , arrival the vessels sent to convey s « I,t . ison Ancona. The health I they were not to land troop e seamen of the brig Surprise, tllt ' ' the ~a<l 1,11 returnt>d to the'f i,\ sl.il' '» >e w s undergoing re-7,.. i .I. irtlv
January 7, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.

On Sunday, the 23d ult., after sermon preached in aid of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel Foreign Parts, the sum of 31. Bs. 2d. was collected at Bishop's Lavington—nine shillings and twopence of the same being in copper. Devizes Corn Market, Jan. 3.—The market opene
January 7, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England