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Was an alien, is the man himself might not know where he wee born ? The third question was—whether, when

Was an alien, is the man himself might not know where he wee born ? The third question was—whether, when

the voter was Placed on the registry, he could be objected to before the returning officer on the ground of his being an alien? By the 26th of Geo. 111, persons employed in the navy for five years were, on taking the oath of allegiance, to be entitled to the privileges of natura
March 1, 1839 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Jftatdon.

Jftatdon.

i In addition to the Petitions for the Continuance of Agricultural Protection presented to tbe House ot Commons within the last few days, by tbe repr.esenta. lives of the two divisions of this county, we have to state tbe presentation ot petitions to tbe same effect, by Mr. Jobn
March 1, 1839 - Essex Standard - Colchester, Essex, England
 
SLEAFORD and TATTERSIIALL ROAD. General Annual -Meeting of the Tnus- JL tees for Maintaining the Turnpike-road leading from the Market-place

SLEAFORD and TATTERSIIALL ROAD. General Annual -Meeting of the Tnus- JL tees for Maintaining the Turnpike-road leading from the Market-place

in Sleaford to the town of Tattersha.ll, in the county of Lincoln, appointed to be held, the Bristol Arms Inn Sleaford, Saturday the 9th day of March next, at o'clock, to examine, audit, and settle the Treasurers, Clerk's, and Surveyor's Accounts, to ascertain the Debt and Reven
March 1, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
SLATES. 1 R. RICHD. STEVENS respectfully informs . Builders and the public that has constantly Sale a b.rge Quantity of

SLATES. 1 R. RICHD. STEVENS respectfully informs . Builders and the public that has constantly Sale a b.rge Quantity of

SL.VTES. The above are situated contiguous the Turnpike, are well dressed, and the quality very superior. Buildings slated the best possible manner by first rate hands, and price moderate. Collcyiceston, Feb. 1839. • -GEORGE BENNER, Plasterer, Colourer, &c, North-street, Stamfop
March 1, 1839 - Lincolnshire Chronicle - Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
 
FIARS' TRICES.

FIARS' TRICES.

Inverness.shire, Struck Tuesday, Feb. -6. Common white oatmeal per Imperial cwt 8 Common or hite Oat per .. «« 15 The same with Fodder, no evidence Potatoe and Hopeton Oats Do. with straw, evidence Barley per qr 1 1G Do. with straw, no evidence Wheat per qr 3 Do. with straw, no
March 1, 1839 - John o' Groat Journal - Wick, Caithness, Scotland
 
LAfF STATIONERS

LAfF STATIONERS

G. M. SMI T H AND CO. RESPECTFULLY inform Solicitors residing at Coventry and Neighbourhood, that they have commenced the business of Law Stationers, their Offices, Bank Chambers. G. M. S. and Co., in soliciting their Patronage and Support, beg to assure them that/all Drafts, De
March 1, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
POET BY’,

POET BY’,

THE CHURCH OUR FATHERS. The Church oar fathers! dear to our souls! Ay, dear as the life-blood within us that rolls! We’ll rally around her, by dangers unawed, The Church of our Fathers—the Church of our God ! The Church our fathers ! how sacred the name! How holy, how pure, the
March 1, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
FREE TRADE AND RUSSIAN WHEAT v. ENGLISH AGRICULTURE. (From A Practical Farmer's Letter to the Duke of Buckingham.") The manufacturers

FREE TRADE AND RUSSIAN WHEAT v. ENGLISH AGRICULTURE. (From A Practical Farmer's Letter to the Duke of Buckingham.") The manufacturers

may rely upon it they have no reason to complain of the monopoly of grain by the farmers; who, immediately after harvest, have to thrash wheat for their seed for next year’s crop ; then for the tithe ; next for Michaelmas rents ; next for their families: —by this time three-four
March 1, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
LEATHER.

LEATHER.

Germ. Horse Hides 12d Spanish ditto ~..13d 24d CalfSkins,3oto4olb.l4d Ditto, 40 to 501b .. 24d Ditto, 50 to GOlb .. 18d Ditto, 70 to 1001b.. 18d 22d Fjarge Seal Skins.. 11d Ditto, small 20d 22d Kips l«d Basils 6d Bellies d d Shoulders hd 13d HAY AND STRAW, SMITHFIELD. .£ -£ Hay
March 1, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
..283 0 ..113 0 ..00. .. 41 5 .. ..00 ....

..283 0 ..113 0 ..00. .. 41 5 .. ..00 ....

..283 ..113 0 ..00. .. 41 5 .. ..00 .... Barley .. Oats ~,. Rye .... Beans .. Peas .. ~ ..545 0 l 18 • •152 9 0 1 6 1 0 0 13 0 2 0 0 0 Warwick, Saturday. —Old Wheat, per bag, 29s to 30s; New do., 27s Od to 0d ; Old Beans, 16s Od 18s Od; New ditto, 12s Od to 15s Od ; White Peas, '
March 1, 1839 - Coventry Standard - Coventry, Warwickshire, England