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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVFD AT AtanteDURN.-Jail. 24. Juno, Nicol, Dundee; Helen & Margaret, Thornson, Aberdour; Udny, Allan, Nev- castle-2S. Dargs, MPIalezie, Peterhead ; Gleater, M'Callie,4 Balahulish; Duchesc of Sutherland, rearsou, London; Nim- rod, Marsh, Newcastle.-26i. Good Intent, Thom, Pete
January 30, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Corn Markets.

Corn Markets.

Corn Markets; zes X. i-',nfip o -. MARK LASE.Jaf ?? weither continues extremely. 4.ehaiigeable; to.d e is agahruaed rde'vbil.causeaalk. l inds of new grilill to Come to band in ?? dalup coodi- rg tion. The show of Wiileat from the neigihlbotring cumnties snvs of very small this m
January 30, 1839 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.

JOINT STOCK COMPANIES.

f 1}sathima c nftn;A+<FAI 5 M UA.. . -T;. A2 1 L- I, iA In these times of Joint Stock Associations, the latedecision t pronounced by the "Court of Review" upon a petition entitled " Richardson in the matter of Richardson," is of 7 great interest and importance to the commercial
January 30, 1839 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DUBLIN AND LONDON.

COMMUNICATION BETWEEN DUBLIN AND LONDON.

COMMUNICAlTON BEITWEEN DUBLIN AND |- .I \lONDON. ?? ten £\Ve I a st w nk~ga vs li so blaone of this i mpnr tont a :,an Ieton:tie and [low sablt lit lie detatils to sitr leaders.] ttl'5 A tory nittitiouti tutd imtportantt uteettit gof tile onl ci itzens or Debit i was held ott Sat
January 29, 1839 - North Wales Chronicle - Bangor, Caernarfonshire, Wales
 
HHK INSUUANCK AGKNCIKS. VTORWICH EQUITABLE FIRE ASSURANCE SOCIKTV.

HHK INSUUANCK AGKNCIKS. VTORWICH EQUITABLE FIRE ASSURANCE SOCIKTV.

HHK AGKNCIKS. VTORWICH EQUITABLE FIRE ASSURANCE SOCIKTV. Th-L«H » «U>s. I llev. Koheit Churchman Long, Sir Imumf M.icon. Bart. ~.r ,er,i' , V.’illi.i'ii J.*x Itlake, Esq. | John Esq, niRECTOKS. John *n rro«*«*. Esq.. K R.S.. President. (’!, ur Turner, Esq.. Vice President TliottM
January 31, 1839 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
A FEW WOUDS TO THE AFFLICTED.

A FEW WOUDS TO THE AFFLICTED.

Tli etnnumerabletestimonials of cnren of Cataract. Gutta Serena, Onhtlialinia .litflammntion. N'ervouj. Head-athe .I>eatt!« FSand other diseases to which those delicate organs the Kye and Kar are-übiec led are too numerous fo: the limits of thisadvertisement This Snulf, .vfrcnsf
January 31, 1839 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
THE COAST-BLOCKADE.

THE COAST-BLOCKADE.

[From Sir John Barrow's Supplementary Chapter to the L fe of Anson.) Another source for the supply seamen a ceitain extent for the navy has, within a few years k, been lost the naval service. The allusion here made the Coast - guard service, as at present constituted. Why it has
January 31, 1839 - Brighton Gazette - Brighton, Sussex, England
 
WHILLIMOOR FOOT and MORLEY PARK. be LET, —All that Freehold and Tithe-free JL Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, called WHILLIMOOR FOOT,

WHILLIMOOR FOOT and MORLEY PARK. be LET, —All that Freehold and Tithe-free JL Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, called WHILLIMOOR FOOT,

in the Parish of Arlccdon, and the several Closes, or Parcels of Tithe free Land adjoining, called MORLEY PARK, in the Parish of Distington, containing together Two Hundred and Twentytwo Acres, or thereabouts, of Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, with excellent Dwelling House an
January 29, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

A handsome new vessel of 169 tons register measurement, launched on Thursday la*t from the building-yard of Messrs. Whiteside and Scott, at this port, named the WOODVILLE, built fur Capt. Mellon and ownery, and intended for the coal and coasting trade. Under any circumstances th
January 29, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England
 
THE CORN' LAWS.

THE CORN' LAWS.

(From the liucki Herald.) The manufacturers ate busy, aided by the Roman Catholics. and the short-sighted Dissenters, gclling-up the ciy against the corn-laws. They profess .desire for cheap bread,” and they a.gue that repeal of the corn-laws will produce 'his cheapness. This is
January 29, 1839 - Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser - Whitehaven, Cumberland, England