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THE LATE MRS. MACLEAN.

THE LATE MRS. MACLEAN.

TO THE EDITOR OF THE TIMES. The llosery, 12, Gloucester-road, Old Brompton. Sir, — As I find there arc some painful surmises in reference to the melancholy death of .Mrs. .Maclean, I pre- sume to request your insertion of the accompanying letter. It is probably one of the two sh
January 12, 1839 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
IMPORTANT SALE OF Oak, Ash, and Elm Timber and Poles, At ; s Warwickshire. Suction, HENRY BROWN, WEDNESDAY. 10. 1539.

IMPORTANT SALE OF Oak, Ash, and Elm Timber and Poles, At ; s Warwickshire. Suction, HENRY BROWN, WEDNESDAY. 10. 1539.

at the House of Mrs. the COCK INN, MONK'S KIRBY; Very valuable OAK, 3-1 ASH. and ELM TREES. 1 standing on the Long Spinney, commencing near Mr. John Lodge; together with a large quantity of Larch. Ash. and other Poles. Pea Kids and faggots, in the Spinneys called Toone's Furze a
January 12, 1839 - Leamington Spa Courier - Leamington, Warwickshire, England
 
BINGLEY FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

BINGLEY FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.

TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. GENTLE3iEN,-The inclosed letter has been sent to the Editor of the Intelligencer ; will you also be so kind as give it a place in your columns ? I am, your obedient Servant, AN INHABITANT OF BINGLEY. Bingley, JeanstrY 7th, 1839. TO THEl EDITO
January 12, 1839 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
EXPRESS FROM PARIS.. •

EXPRESS FROM PARIS.. •

EXPRESS FROM PARIS. • MORNING POST OFFICE, Six o'clock. Our accustomed express has brought us the news- papers and our own letters of Thursday last from Paris. The journals are all full, even to overflowing.with observations on the debate of the previous day in the Chamber of Dep
January 12, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
INSULT Ti) THE BRITISH FLAG.

INSULT Ti) THE BRITISH FLAG.

Our readers will peruse the following communication with the same indignant feeling witb which we present it to their notice: — Portsmouth, Jan. 10. — Extract from a private letter re- ceived this morning, dated Havp.nnah, Dec. 10: — " Doubtless it must create no small sensation
January 12, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

CUSTOM HOUSE, Jan. 10. ENTERED INWARDS— The City of Boulofrns, Tune, from Boulogne ; Sprightly, Tr__arthen. from SL Michael s ; Lord of tbe Lies, Tre. art_en, from St, Michael's ; Earl of Liverpool Lomax, from Osteod; Adventure, Welbey, from St. Michael s ; Meranda, Arlis, from
January 12, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SALFORD QUARTER SESSIONS.

SALFORD QUARTER SESSIONS.

The quarterly sessions for the hundred of Salford commenced at the New Bailey on Monday last, before J. F. Foster, Esq. and full bench of magistrates, among whom were Major Watkins, of Mayfield, near Bolton ; the Rev. J. T. Orton, of Ormskirk ; Robert Lomax, Esq. Lomax Fold, Bol
January 12, 1839 - Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
BETTS'S PATENT BItANDV

BETTS'S PATENT BItANDV

BETTS'S PATENT extraordinary patronage \titli nliicli llii< fa- JL vourite beverage lias been honoured the nobility, the medical piofession, and all classes of the comrr.unify, since its introduction 18*29, of itself, evidence its unequalled merits. To this triumphant success mus
January 12, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
CAUTION TO LADIES,

CAUTION TO LADIES,

CAUTION LADIES, PROPRIETORS of KEARSLEY'S Ori- JL ginal WIDOW WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS, find it incumbent on them to caution the purchasers these Pills against imitations selling under the name of Smithers, Lewis, &c. and calling themselves thegrand doughters ol the late Widow Welch,
January 12, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
EDMUND STREET COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. W SMITH respectfully informs his friends that his SCHOOL will RE OPEN on MONDAY, the 14th

EDMUND STREET COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. W SMITH respectfully informs his friends that his SCHOOL will RE OPEN on MONDAY, the 14th

of January next, half past eight o'clock for nine precisely. A card of terms may he obtained the School-room.
January 12, 1839 - Birmingham Journal - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England