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MRS. SANSOME'S SCHOOL, Moseley, near Birmingham, conducted by Mr. WILLIAMS, will be re-opened on MONDAY, the 2lst instant. January 11,

MRS. SANSOME'S SCHOOL, Moseley, near Birmingham, conducted by Mr. WILLIAMS, will be re-opened on MONDAY, the 2lst instant. January 11,

1839. AN ASSISTANT WANTED.
January 12, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
NLTW TOWN COUNCILLORS.

NLTW TOWN COUNCILLORS.

The MAYOR stated mat the next subject for their consideration was receive the reports from the various aldermen in whose wards the election for councilman had taken place. Alderman said, that Mr. William Stone, maltster, Blews Street, had been duly elected councillor for St. Mar
January 12, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
XIXT VACANCIES.

XIXT VACANCIES.

VACANCIES. Mr. Pa as wished inquire the t®wn clerk, in what order the gentlemen who were elected Went out of edfee. The Town said, the impression upon his mind was, that he who lied the greatest number of votes the next election, wouUl take who had the fleetest number votes the l
January 12, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL, JANUARY 12.

THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL, JANUARY 12.

NBWGATBAND By the Carcase— Beef, 3s to 4# (|d Mutton, 3s to 2d; Veal, 4s to Pork, 3s 8d to 5s Od ; Lamb, to Od. GOUT, RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, PAINS the HEAD I'ACE, &e., cured the use of COTON'S SCIATIC BALM and other SCIATIC MEDICINES, which, afier thirty years' experience, aie uni
January 12, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CHALLENGE ROBERT OWEN, ESQ, MR. BRINDLEY, of the Oliiswinford Hospital, will deliver LECTIIE Monday Evening lie*!, January 14, 1839, in

CHALLENGE ROBERT OWEN, ESQ, MR. BRINDLEY, of the Oliiswinford Hospital, will deliver LECTIIE Monday Evening lie*!, January 14, 1839, in

the large Room she Society of Ails, New-street, Birmingham, the ABSURDITIES and BLASPHEMIES of Mr. OIVEN'i SOCIAL SYSTEM ; to which Mr. Owen i» invited. The lecture commence Eight o'clock. Admission, One Shilling each. N.B M'. Brindley defeated Mr. Owen Worcester, Monday last. S
January 12, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
TOWN COUNCIL.

TOWN COUNCIL.

A meeting of the Council was held on Saturday the Mayor siding. Mr. Furlong asked the Town Clerk whether Mr. Mr. Burt was councillor for Pauls' ward, Mr. Burt having been r turned by a majority of the ward. The Town Clerk replied was not competent for him to decide upon the matt
January 12, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
EXETER AND TIVERTON free GRAMMAR SCHOOLS.

EXETER AND TIVERTON free GRAMMAR SCHOOLS.

We had not space nor opportunity to notice as the subject deserved, the able and temperate exposition of the government of j Tiverton " Free" Grammar School, made at the public meeting held in that town on the 26th ult. by Mr. Heatheote, m. p., the highly gifted representative o
January 12, 1839 - Western Times - Exeter, Devon, England
 
SUNDAY's and TUESDAY's POSTS.

SUNDAY's and TUESDAY's POSTS.

LONDON, MONDAY, JAN. 7. .Important from Canada and Mexico.—By the )xford, which arrived at Liverpool on Monday night, have received New York papers to the 20th ult. ;,/7l hese journals confirm in part the report of the pirate nvas.on from Detroit, brought by the Virginian. The 2
January 10, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
WEDNESDAY's POST.

WEDNESDAY's POST.

LONDON. JAN. 8 Fr.,mtl.e LOXDOK GAZETTE Fveni-t RANKniTPTS. George Burnham, sen., and George William Burnham, jun., Bedford, druggists Henry Bliss, Nailsworth, Gloucestersliire, list-manufacturer Richard Woolricb, Stroud, Gloucestershire, linen draper General Sebastiani, says th
January 10, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY. THE extraordinary patronage with which this favourite beverage has been /honoured, the Nobility, the Medical Profession, andAi/

BETTS'S PATENT BRANDY. THE extraordinary patronage with which this favourite beverage has been /honoured, the Nobility, the Medical Profession, andAi/

\\] classes of the community, since its introduction affords, of itself, sufficient evidence of its unequalled Vfierits. To this triumphal)/success must be attributed tlie fact, that each succeeding year has witnessed the birth and death of some new Brandy Establishment; called
January 10, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England