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LONDON MARKETS.—MONDAY.

LONDON MARKETS.—MONDAY.

| LONDON A} AIIETS.-MONDAY. I 'COR, 112ivXCHdNGB._The arrivals during last MIek of Grail, tii, scoautaystoo from Neno Xork '730 barrels, and from. other foeglarr ts about .1.000 sacks and barrels. ,;To 1kb. roomring's, markei the ou~pplyf Wheat fresh uep ovan. teerasbig large and
January 31, 1839 - Exeter Flying Post - Exeter, Devon, England
 
LONDON

LONDON

THURSDAY, JdSUARY 31. 1 tie- Chronicle >, serious gentleness upon the Corn j Law question has been quite as .-short-lived as we expected. On Monday ii wns pleased to deprecate ail hard words for the very grave reason that the '•dispute" upon the Corn Laws " partook of the ?? dig
January 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
FASHIONS FUR FEBRUARY, 1839. i

FASHIONS FUR FEBRUARY, 1839. i

(From the World of Fashion.) Mormng Caps. -Those of real lace become more in fa- j your. Some that have lately appeared have a small caul drawn ?? the summit of the head, under a wreath of" coquets of ribbon. The top of the cau, forms a puff ; but not a high one. I lit border, l
January 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
PARIS THEATRICALS.

PARIS THEATRICALS.

( From GalignanPs Messenger.) I Opm a Comique.— One of M. Scribe's pleasant epi-odes I of the Revolution has been favourably received, called R<- j gine. The heroine, a young lady of rank and fortune, to save a In-other's life, marries a young conscript, whom she never sees agai
January 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
LAtr StTT/NGS.—iTms Dat.)

LAtr StTT/NGS.—iTms Dat.)

LAtr StTT/NGS.— ?? Dat.) LAST » -V Ol- TERM. COURT OF CHANCERY, WESTMINSTER. In re Wilkinson, lunatic petition; in re Batiams, ditto; Attomev. General v. Cleave, to bespoken to. Appeal lotions — Uosweil v. Pennie, Glaston v. Hawker, Bell v. Whitehead. Uawson v. Samuel, Burion v.
January 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
POOR LAW IN IRELAND

POOR LAW IN IRELAND

COUNTY OF DOWN. The following is part of a let er recently received from one ofthe most respectable agents in Ireland, by his landlord and employer: — "Comber, 20th Jan., 1839. "My Lord— l am very much obliged to your Lordship, for making known to me the testimonies which are bo
January 31, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE TO SOCIETY.

IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE TO SOCIETY.

We observe that a wild and sophistical sect have again made their appearance in the manufacturing districts, who contend that the domestic agriculture of a nation is to be regarded only as so many individual speculations, and as such is entitled to no more consideration or prote
January 31, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Fares all Coaches from this Establishment the same at any other Office! FARES TO LOND oh. 21s, Inside. 10s. Outsidey^X-'

Fares all Coaches from this Establishment the same at any other Office! FARES TO LOND oh. 21s, Inside. 10s. Outsidey^X-'

THE PUBLIC CONVEYANCES FROM THE LION HOTEL, BATH, ROYAL MAIL OFFICE, Are Constructed upon the most approved Principles of Safety. LANE respectfully begs leave to acknowledge the kind and generous support he has received since the removal of his Coach Establishment to the above O
January 31, 1839 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
THE NAVY. To the Right Hon. Lord John Russell. My Lord,— As one of the members of the Royal Commission

THE NAVY. To the Right Hon. Lord John Russell. My Lord,— As one of the members of the Royal Commission

now assembled to consider the stale of live Army and Navy. iak< the liberty of calling your Lordship's attention to the rompaiulive situation of England twd great arn-s of defence and to the erroneous system which ha» been pursued up to the present day. Without meaning to impute
January 31, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
 
The Cheltenham Chronicle.

The Cheltenham Chronicle.

Wednesday Evening, Jan. 30, 1«39. ')lk paper of last week contained report of Grand Chartist Demonstration which made in this town Monday (the 21st. At that meeting everything was said vhich well could be, in favour the principles advocated in the National Petition and the Peopl
January 31, 1839 - Cheltenham Chronicle - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England