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COAL NAIIKET, JAL 9.

COAL NAIIKET, JAL 9.

Price of Coal per ton at the close of the market. Adair's les ; Chester 203; Can's Hartley 206; Desn's Primrose Holywell Main 203 ed; West Hartley 215; Wylam 203 ed. forth 211 S ed; Clarke and Co. 208 ed ; Heston 23s ad ; Miens 6d: worth 215 ; Itiddell's 233; Belmont 233 ed; Bra
January 10, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

THE NAVAL AND MILITARY GAZETTE

MOVEMENTS OF HER MAJESTY’S SHIPS AND VESSELS IN COMMISSION, Actjbov, 28, Capt. Robt. Russell (1836), arrived Rio Janeiro, from Portsmouth, Nov. 17. CHARvatuo, 3, Lt.-Com. Hon. P. Gore (1832), arrived at Jamaica, from a cruise, Nov. 20. Columbia, 2, Mast. Com. A. Thompson (1814),
January 12, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
Crocodile, 28 (1825), Capt. J. Polkinghorne (1828), West Indies Cruizer, 16 (18281, Com. R. H. King (1828), East Indies. Cuckoo,

Crocodile, 28 (1825), Capt. J. Polkinghorne (1828), West Indies Cruizer, 16 (18281, Com. R. H. King (1828), East Indies. Cuckoo,

st. ves., Master-Corn. W. Wadling (acting), Holyhead. Daphne, 18 (1838), Capt. J. W. Dalling (1828), Portsmouth. Dasher, st. ves., Lt.-Com. J. B. Cragg (1828), Weymouth. Dee, 4, st. v. (1832), Com. Jos. Sherer (1829), K.H., N. America. Dido, 20 (1836), Capt. Lewis Davies, C. B.
January 12, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
sailors are suffering, may come forward and offer to supply Hie means to Her Majesty of rewarding and promoting the

sailors are suffering, may come forward and offer to supply Hie means to Her Majesty of rewarding and promoting the

defenders of this country by sea and land. More we dare not hope. Amongst the names of the Officers of the East India Company’s Service who have lately had honours and rank conferred upon them, wo should be glad to learn, from any of the authorities connected with that service,
January 12, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
AND EAST INDIA AND COLONIAL

AND EAST INDIA AND COLONIAL

FAMILIES, TRAVELLERS, MASTERS OF SHIPS AND SPORTSMEN, * Should never be Without MOXON’S 17FPERVESCENT MAGNESIAN APEever ° St ~ l !* uurivulled efficacy of the Marnesian in all Disorders of tne Stomach and Bowels has obtained for the uniform recommendation and approval of the Fac
January 12, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
WELLINGTON MEMORIAL AND WATERLOO MODEL. This day is published. Bvo, Is. sewed, REMARKS on the Connexion of the Wellington MEMORIAL

WELLINGTON MEMORIAL AND WATERLOO MODEL. This day is published. Bvo, Is. sewed, REMARKS on the Connexion of the Wellington MEMORIAL

and the WATERLOO MODEL, with a suitable elevation. By F. S. T. Printed for W. H. Dalton, 28, Cockspur street.
January 12, 1839 - Naval & Military Gazette and Weekly Chronicle of the United Service - London, London, England
 
EFFECTS OP GAMING.

EFFECTS OP GAMING.

George Walker, a middle-aged man, and William Walker, bis son, youth of 16, were charged Worshipstreet Office, Monday, with having.stoleu gold watch and other valuable property belonging Mr. George Waite, an old gentleman, 91 years of age, who lives at Weymoutb-lcrrace. llackney
January 12, 1839 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
Tent.—Tha mOj wpew* ttiaa* hfcJhn mils tWr mm «r tetk, 1 af artud WM iatfumUmwdUa Ufc: and (r*7 pjrnoid ia

Tent.—Tha mOj wpew* ttiaa* hfcJhn mils tWr mm «r tetk, 1 af artud WM iatfumUmwdUa Ufc: and (r*7 pjrnoid ia

It* BMit irildenM, lookiag bill OT HM kMTWI UM andanuad appradaU tha povar aad tha baantr Bind dwelt aad Wa dapanad. ]f M pindpta Man it* mad priauqr ml* (tf eaaakfaia* weak* of aii wilt Ik* raUlßit; af aalara): vhaamrtka eondaot lh* vriltefi aar ladhWail ka«* tMa diraclad or in
January 12, 1839 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
Benjamin Breedon's Bankruptcy.

Benjamin Breedon's Bankruptcy.

rttHE Commissioners Fiat in Baabrntcy, awarded 1 and issued forth against BENJAMIN BKEBDON, late of Banronn, in tbs County of Warwick, but wow of Wsusnonanc MoonTToao, in the same Corssly, Tailor. Dealer and Chapman, intend to moot on tbs 23rd day Janoanx instant, M One o'clock
January 12, 1839 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England
 
BANKRUPT.

BANKRUPT.

CtoM M-r-to. anuto^B^. lim, Dawif - I. Lowii, vlrtMMrr. SMtey* Jm. «. Red Uon» Im. •tntfMA^ifM. *’**■ cßrrmcATm. i«.». _ . _ ■ O. WTlirjkithhi. 1 Itorhor. rrtoa aril ItarOqr, BU, 1839. Rr. iAMRB*S PALACK, lot. . DOWNING OTBErr. Ja». i. _ . . , - ___ hrahrraUwrrßto gjjUU Aadwvßto
January 12, 1839 - Warwick and Warwickshire Advertiser - Warwick, Warwickshire, England