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THE NEW VACCINE VIRUS.

THE NEW VACCINE VIRUS.

TB2 NOw VaCCzXN VIILUS. The London Medical Gazete, of March 2nd, contains a letter from Dr. Brigham, of Harford, U.S., addressed to Mr. Estlin, stating that the new virus had been received in America, and suc- cessfully propagated, although two months had elapsed after it was sen
March 23, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
Parliamentary Intelligence.

Parliamentary Intelligence.

.parliameniary Intelligence. HOUSE OF LORDS.-FRIDAY. Petitions were presented for and against the corn-latfs, and a against Irish tithes. v With reference to theiesuit on the British flag, Loid MINTo r read an extract from a despatch from Comrsiodore Douglas, on n the station, in
March 2, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
SONG.

SONG.

SoNG. Timis may iy but, on bis Wings, Never sball he bear away Tboughts to which mvrpidt Cllngs- Bliss my bosom feels-to.day When the years of youth are o'er,- When its golden hopes are past,- When its pleasures bloom no 1D0ore, These shall flourish to the last. Time may fly! and
March 23, 1839 - Bristol Mercury - Bristol, Bristol, England
 
???A T Meeting of thit Society, held the City Arms, of. r to present to him Piece of bo by

???A T Meeting of thit Society, held the City Arms, of. r to present to him Piece of bo by

eubacription, the bigb eatinSn which bia efforta promote the mtereate of Ajrriculture are regarded. Col. ajUd. Mr. J. Cartwright, M- President 0 0 • Mr.Wm.Newton ... WO Eao 3C« 60 0 Mr. J. Howard W LorWoralwV 0 Mr. T. Nettleehip ... 06 0 Mr G. Waddington 10 0 Mr. W Seanrave " "
March 1, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Imperial Parliament.

Imperial Parliament.

HOUSE of LORDS, u^w \ liias% ?ttMk«tte °f March^e* '. "That tbe present Corn Laws fall that steadiness of price whioh is essential snd 8008 men. demanded to know if Minis- Marquis moved for sundry papers relating to the niter»iee of the British Government in the amurs of Spain,
March 1, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
COOKE's ROYAL CIRCUS, Robin Hood Yard, NEWARK. Friday and Saturday, March 1 and 2, GREAT OLYMPIC EXPLOITS, and first grand

COOKE's ROYAL CIRCUS, Robin Hood Yard, NEWARK. Friday and Saturday, March 1 and 2, GREAT OLYMPIC EXPLOITS, and first grand

Change of Performance. The splendid Legendary Spectacle Sr. GEORGE and the DRAGON. Mr. Jamea Cooke's new Equestrian Act. oa hying steed, called the Sevenfold Proteus.—Fuse in Boots, or Old Dame Trot and her Cat-Chinese Warriors and Fete of Pekin.—Tight Rope bounding the Somerset
March 1, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
NORWICH, Saturday March t-We had fair supply of Wheat market, and prices declined Is per qr. upon the flaert •amnios,

NORWICH, Saturday March t-We had fair supply of Wheat market, and prices declined Is per qr. upon the flaert •amnios,

and Is to per qr. upon the secondary th. very little nu.me.. done, the Milter, were not inclined to increue their »tock. »t the present moment had but a moderate supply of Barley, and I* per qr. ******* liven for the finest chevalier and beat common malting i other de.cnt>tion.
March 8, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Friday, March 8. BIRTH. Oa mat, in Upper Belgrave street, London, Earle Esq., M.P., of daughter. lady of the Rev.

Friday, March 8. BIRTH. Oa mat, in Upper Belgrave street, London, Earle Esq., M.P., of daughter. lady of the Rev.

Sir George Robin%llM»nSt the Rectory, Thrapston, tbe lady -fake Raw. W. 8. Baisas w, a son. MARRIED. At Spalding, on Thursday the 28th ult, Mr. Barrand, maker of Thuriby, to the widow Lancaster, of Spalding: ta her fourth essay in wedlock. At Spalding, on tbe ult|Mr. W. Barrow,
March 8, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
THE CHASE.

THE CHASE.

The DUKE of RUTLAND'a HOUNDS will meet this day (Friday tbe March) at Lemon Village, on Saturday tbe lfith at Piper'a Hole, on Monday tbe 18th at Croxton Park, on Tuesday the 19th at Byard's Leap—each day at pest 10. The COTTESMORE HOUNDS will meet on Saturday the 16th March at
March 15, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
 
Thursday's Business ofthe Assizes. Doe dem. PAULGER (John) v. PAULGER (Sarah). After a few minutes' conversation between Afr. Batguy for

Thursday's Business ofthe Assizes. Doe dem. PAULGER (John) v. PAULGER (Sarah). After a few minutes' conversation between Afr. Batguy for

tbe plaintiff and Serj. Adams tor tbe defendant verdict consent waa recorded for tbe Plaintiff. It waa alao agreed to yield Immediate possession. CARNABY (John) v. WELBY (Thos. Earle, Esq.) and Others. Special Jury. R. Man sell, Eaq. Mr. Wright merchant J. G. Floyer, G. W. Maddi
March 15, 1839 - Stamford Mercury - Stamford, Lincolnshire, England