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THE STANDARD. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 13.

THE STANDARD. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 13.

March 13, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MONEY MARKET and CITY INTELLIGENCE

MONEY MARKET and CITY INTELLIGENCE

Saturday, Twelve o 'Clock. We have a number of arrivals this morning, not less than three American packets from New York, but they are of old dates; also from the West Indies, with several files of papci-3, all of which have very scanty intelligence. Consols opened at the closin
March 16, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
BIRTHS. .„ March 1,, at Bedford-place, Bognor, the lady of W Fraser, R.N., ot a son. . df of March

BIRTHS. .„ March 1,, at Bedford-place, Bognor, the lady of W Fraser, R.N., ot a son. . df of March

14, at Barwick in Elmet, Yorkshire, the 18U*T the Rev. W. H. Batkurst, of a son. DEATHS. th c March 10, suddenly, at Tilmouth Park, Kl,z*. r ?? * wife of Edward Tewart, Esq , of Coupland Castle, or b.rland, and York-place, Portinan-square. - daufS-*" March 13, at Wotton-under.ed
March 16, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
_ — - plac** Printed and Published at the Office, New Bridge-street,^ friars, Louden, by Charles Baldwik, V V^\a3a. Bridge-street

_ — - plac** Printed and Published at the Office, New Bridge-street,^ friars, Louden, by Charles Baldwik, V V^\a3a. Bridge-street

?? esaid, ou Monday, March 1", to* 9 '
March 18, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
PARAFHRASK OF A RECENT SI'KKCH.

PARAFHRASK OF A RECENT SI'KKCH.

BT THE ?? OK THE UNITED SERVICE GAZETTE. I nisE to ask you for some rtar.o, Ami just to rell you all that /know, About those base, iin-round-d stories, That you've li.-cn cr;imineii with l.v the Tories; Who swear our naval streiafttfa's a joke ; ?? imbibus our " Hearts of flak;'
March 11, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
NATIONAL EDUCATION/.

NATIONAL EDUCATION/.

Al-DRE., OF THE I. AY-UNIO- OV THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A GOVEIINMENT BOARD. The committee ofthe Lag-Union for the defence of ?? Established Church think it their duty to call the attention of the public to the present critical position of the great ques- tion of national education.
March 11, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
i FtVATH i*. rf.HTIVAL JtV . t.ti,. .*,>.

i FtVATH i*. rf.HTIVAL JtV . t.ti,. .*,>.

i FtVATH i*. rf.HTIVAL JtV . t.ti,. ?? (..bridged from the Dublin Packet.) On Tuesday last Mr. Francis Krueu, the Conservative re- presentative of the far-tinned borough of Carlow, invited hii constituency to partake ef a trend banquet iv the Assembly Rooms of that town, and neve
March 11, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
THE MINISTERIAL ATTACK UPON THE CITY'S.PRIVILEGES.

THE MINISTERIAL ATTACK UPON THE CITY'S.PRIVILEGES.

THE MINISTERIAL ATTACK UPON THE CITY'S PRIVILEGES. Yesterday a most numerous and respectable meeting of the ward of Fanii.gdou Without was held in the New Court, Old Bailey. The court was densely crowded, it being the first expression of public opinion on the Queen's answer to th
March 23, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
MARKIAGES. . ■*>■■$ March 14, at Westbury, Wilts, Alexander p,t M j, '», <t eldest son of Alexander Powell, Esq.,

MARKIAGES. . ■*>■■$ March 14, at Westbury, Wilts, Alexander p,t M j, '», <t eldest son of Alexander Powell, Esq.,

of H« riJ , f cl" 1^ same comity, to Mary Elizabeth Vere Booth, the late William Tyndale, Esq., of Bathford, 8<> l * v ji_J» aJ* March 20, at Carcary, Forfarshire, Robert ?? ( fP r late of Calcutta, to Mary Anne, youngest daught« r jt Lyall, Esq., of Carcary. ?? March 20, by the
March 23, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
«OXBErvatIVE TRIUMPH IN ANGLESEY.

«OXBErvatIVE TRIUMPH IN ANGLESEY.

*lose bn° Unt^ ?? Anglesey, which has for years been a mere there i/ 0 "--'" ln Whig hands, is rousing itself to action, and "■lection ? vei .y reason to believe that at the next general o.an_ c Will r,! turn a suppertar of Church and State. The Mr, j on ° Urr * er ef the triump
March 22, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England