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THE COAL TRADE.

THE COAL TRADE.

Yesterday the Lord Mayor, upon entering the jo*** room, said that he was obliged to avail himself ?? opportunity his situation as chief magistrate suppli 6 ?? to answer a great many respectable persons connected *J the coal trade who had written to him on the subject, have (said
January 10, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, 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
 
BATH SOCIETY - for the the 11XE/ARTS. nj'JJK Committee beg nnnuuncarthsrt ihe THIRD J EXHIBITION of this OPEN SATURDAY, the

BATH SOCIETY - for the the 11XE/ARTS. nj'JJK Committee beg nnnuuncarthsrt ihe THIRD J EXHIBITION of this OPEN SATURDAY, the

12th instant. //} G All. E RY, QUI E T-STR E Jan. 4th, 1839. f. ARRIEuTnd BEX E N, M.A., who has been for several veers successfully engaged in educating the Suns Gen/eui.en, wishes to increase the present limited number oMiisflipils. The situation near Bath, and reroarkably'die
January 10, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
FROM FRIDAY'S AND SATURDAY'S POSTS,

FROM FRIDAY'S AND SATURDAY'S POSTS,

THE CANADAS. Report of another American Invasion. | The packet ship ' Virginian,' Captain Higgins, arrived at Liverpool Wednesday afternoon 18 days from Yutk, and brought papers from that city to the u!'., and Canada papers to the 10th. The contents papers, if reliance may place
January 10, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
LITERARY GLEANINGS.

LITERARY GLEANINGS.

Wherein solid Glory and real Gri:atnes3 consist. —Whatever external to man, whatever may com- mon to g)od and bad, does not make hiin truly estimable; 1 we must judge of men by the heart. From thence proceed {r.» t designs, great actions, great virtues. Solid glory, ' wi.ich can
January 10, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
PRICE OF TALLOW AND CANDLES.

PRICE OF TALLOW AND CANDLES.

Whitechapel Market, Fat, quantities <1.; «• Town Tallow, 0 ' Graves Russia do. Candle 61 < iood Dregs White do. 0 Mould Candles '■> Stuff 0 Store Rough do. Inferior Jo. "
January 10, 1839 - North Devon Journal - Barnstaple, Devon, England
 
MADAMK ROBERT, Da Paris, Artiste in Corsets, an i Milliner, BEGS to ratorn her grateful ackn« wledgmmu* to the Nobility

MADAMK ROBERT, Da Paris, Artiste in Corsets, an i Milliner, BEGS to ratorn her grateful ackn« wledgmmu* to the Nobility

mad Gentry of Cheltenham and it* Vicinity, for the very libera) support she has experienced since her rival; and also to inform them that, in consequence of tbi« being her first vi-it here with her wonderful and celebrated Corsets, Madame R. did not intend to stay Cheltenham mor
January 10, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
i - A HO&SB Wanted. Invalid (who a resident of Cheltenham') wi*has to purchase steady respectable looking HORSE that of

i - A HO&SB Wanted. Invalid (who a resident of Cheltenham') wi*has to purchase steady respectable looking HORSE that of

little use for general purposes. It will receive teotle usage I'ar* it object; but it must quiet in Stable, and tractable and -ute to ride dme. Refer to Weller’s Library The advertiser will also par: with a Horse which is rather too f*ec. Valuable OAK. ELM , and ASH TIMBER, in t
January 10, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England