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MORNING NEWSPAPERS

MORNING NEWSPAPERS

(From the Times.) To the applications without number whicli have been ad- dressed te> us for some clue to the vagaries of the Queen's ■ is from Thursday last, when tke Houseof Loi pointed a committee, by no means rare in the proceedings of that assembly, for the elucidation of i
March 28, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
I_OJffS>JJ2«3r COAX. ItXAZtSIET.

I_OJffS>JJ2«3r COAX. ItXAZtSIET.

(Price of Coals per te.n at the close of the Market.) S. d . Hcl.'iuri. Main . . Todd's Ben sham 19 G Holywell Main . . ,'ettou '": - Main . . j 7 ;. „v ?? ?? . la a , Pieton . . ?? . ] Tunneld Moor . . 24 0 1 W.K ' 5o <, ey . . . li) 3 ' .Ti 7, West Hartley . .21 9 ?? \\ Wj-.:i
March 28, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
C°»U»»J'HE ALLEGED MURDER AT HAVES.

C°»U»»J'HE ALLEGED MURDER AT HAVES.

C °»U»»J' HE ALLEGED MURDER AT HAVES. ?? OW MR. MEDHURST BY THE MAGISTRATES ' * »erd' c 10R MANSLA U«HTER. v r y at th Vilful Mulder having been returned by the ?r. p,„ I" 3 Coroner's inquest, ou Monday last, against V r * Joi_enh S Ai iaBtin^ s ' VledhurBt » the gentleman who st
March 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
E.V_PR_EbS FROM LIVERPOOL.

E.V_PR_EbS FROM LIVERPOOL.

Liverpool, Thursday Evenino, Six o'Clock. SAVANNAH. I By the Eli, Whitney, we have received Savannah papers of | the date of the 25th of February. The Autjusta Chronicle ' informs us that the centre of the island of Cfoada.-oupe has [sunk considerably below the* level of the sea
March 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MURDER OF LORD NORBURY—RESULT OF THE.INVESTIGATION.

MURDER OF LORD NORBURY—RESULT OF THE.INVESTIGATION.

MURDER OF LORD NORBURY— RESULT OF THE INVESTIGATION. Tullamore, Monday Evening, The information recently received by the authorities with regard to this still mysterious murder appeared so circumstantially correct that they had little doubt of the apprehension of the assassin, an
March 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
„,, . TATTERSALL'S Yesterday.

„,, . TATTERSALL'S Yesterday.

*ne betting yesterday afternoon was to the full as brisk t : 7~ lh tei*esting as on Monday, which, as we stated at the j^-* 1 ? was one ofthe busiest of the season. Brother to Bay hinw evidently lost ground, 8^ to 1 was offered against H***" 'or the Derby, and 7 to 4 taken that
March 29, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BRISTOL, March SL

BRISTOL, March SL

(i-'IIOM Ol It Pit IVAT X ?? I' ?? ITESTANT ASS( )C1 ATI ON. The anniversary of the Kristol Protestant Association is to be held on the 21,t hist., being: the anniversary of the in.-u- -tvriloiii eif' Cranniei'. The association i. s ?? in the good labours for which it was establ
March 4, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET and CITY INTELLIGENCE.

MONEY MARKET and CITY INTELLIGENCE.

Thuusday, Twelve o'Clocx. Accounts from Amsterdam state that the subscription to the new loan ot 14 million florins Five per Cents, stock have considerably exceeded that sum. In the Antwerp papers received this moi niug, there is the following official communication from the Bel
March 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
SHIP NEWS.

SHIP NEWS.

?? », 9Y THIS DAY'S TOST. _»n ft" Mi *rch «.— ENE, strong breezes, with snow.— Came fC f «iii , n tl, e River, and proceeded, the City of London, i ol erar!i Ur the Cll P ,h of Oood Heipe ; tire Claremont, Bavley, for »*■■ SW the Orai*e, Penton. for Leghorn ; the Kdward Bar- fh
March 7, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BIRTH. f t J* March 23. at Wittersham Rectory, the lady 0l J. Deedes, of a son. MARRIAGES. p)U March

BIRTH. f t J* March 23. at Wittersham Rectory, the lady 0l J. Deedes, of a son. MARRIAGES. p)U March

23, at Harpcndcn, Heits, Ralph Thorn 3 *- Crane-court, Fleet-street, to Mary Amu, daugbte« v j Keii, Esq., of Hai'penUen. q. K& March 23, at All Souls, Langham- place, W^d&i Greaves, eldest son of the late Charles Lemon V^ii^* of Waiidswoith-road, Surrey, to Octavia, eighth » Ch
March 26, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England