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January 25, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE OF THE GLOBE.

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE OF THE GLOBE.

M ad rid., l an. 11.— The Earl of Clarendon informed yester- day, by circular, the parties invited to the ensuing balls at the Embassy that, owing to a recent family misfortune, he was deprived of the pleasure of receiving company ; when the following dialogue took place in the
January 25, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
MISCELLANIES.

MISCELLANIES.

I w , - MISCILLANIES. i. Bombay papers to the 5th Decembeibrotigfiy the Berenice steamer, hlave'been received. The Ata lanta arrived at Bombiy on the 25th Novembert ith a formidable number of passengers from England, and with the mails of Sept. 5. The Madras Conservative of Nov.
January 25, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
THE HAMLET OF HISTORY, OR TRADITION.

THE HAMLET OF HISTORY, OR TRADITION.

The genius of Shakespear has thrown such a philo. Sophie charm over his version of Hamlet's history, that the English reader will probablybe asmuch disappointed as surprised, to learn what account of him is furnished by such historical records as remain to shed any light on the
January 25, 1839 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
INQUESTS BEFORE C. MASTIN, GENT. CORONER. Saturday last at Wainileet All Saints, on the body of Jane Howard, aged three

INQUESTS BEFORE C. MASTIN, GENT. CORONER. Saturday last at Wainileet All Saints, on the body of Jane Howard, aged three

months, who it appeared was left chair, with another child, who reached the lighted candle to amuse the infant, when between the two, the clothes of deceased became ignited, which terminated her life in three days.—Verdict, " accidental death burning." On Sunday last, Leeds-gate
January 25, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
LYNN, wednesday, January 23.

LYNN, wednesday, January 23.

11l addition what have before con mnn'Ca'ed respecting late casualties and disasters experienced by the shipping belonging this port, have now to add the following, viz:—The Bacchus, belonging to Messrs, Everard and Co., Brown, master, bound Leith with corn, driven off sea, ami
January 25, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
FARMS AND LANDS

FARMS AND LANDS

POTTERIIII.I., AM) f•LANE END, TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, DY MR. DALE, 'At Gtmect J0u%50..',., the Crown Inu, iu hetueen limousine, 1 Vint-147, un the 2sth tiny of Januan. 1439, at Three in the Aftecuinni, in Faye L,ts, AT I'OTTERIIILL, LOT I. A. a. P. AFARM-1101:SE and thithnild. i
January 25, 1839 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
No. •f Promiton. payable yews.

No. •f Promiton. payable yews.

January 25, 1839 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
THE WHIGS AND THE CORN QUESTION.

THE WHIGS AND THE CORN QUESTION.

should the Cain I.WW. remain is their pr ..at Mate, or ahoald they be easedorated or abulislied, not a pang question ; but as the time for assembling the draw• nigh, of the Miuisters are attempting to raise an atili.coru.lsw agitation, in order to afford their amputees a topic f
January 25, 1839 - Wakefield and West Riding Herald - Wakefield, Yorkshire, England
 
$»oflrr- T<' THE BEE. Odoroos reveller Happv hummer En.land over— Biossom-kisser ! w' e thv way Where the breezi- keeps

$»oflrr- T<' THE BEE. Odoroos reveller Happv hummer En.land over— Biossom-kisser ! w' e thv way Where the breezi- keeps

Thou art like the pet, free: All sweet flowers have f.>r t..e , Insect minstrel—blcwed bee. Sunburnt labourer. nd hr """' Every where o'er dale and d '"J Spring's blithe pursuivant ai d ]>•>.. , JHerm't ; Druid Pattering in a be , Cloistered snug, a cell . Fairy of the lonely Te
January 25, 1839 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland