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IMPROVEMENTS IN THE CAMBER OF PORTSMOUTH.

IMPROVEMENTS IN THE CAMBER OF PORTSMOUTH.

l11lPROVEMENTS IN THE CAMBER OF PORTSAIOUTH. A ubimetn ofteihbtanits of the eont Boogwshl ?? ?? even- wits PalIeti tvucah o ?? Cor for tnlarging the Town Quay, and improvn di a.defit ber of thle B~oroumh. prol ?? Mlayor (I'ionsmas Jachson, Esq.) having been tion clled to thc chai
April 1, 1839 - Hampshire Telegraph - Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
 
The REPORT and DISPATCHES of the EARL of DURHAM, Her MAJESTY'S HIGH COMMISSIONER and GOVERNOR-GENERAL of BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.

The REPORT and DISPATCHES of the EARL of DURHAM, Her MAJESTY'S HIGH COMMISSIONER and GOVERNOR-GENERAL of BRITISH NORTH AMERICA.

The REPORT and DISPATCHES of the EARL of DURHAM', Her MAJESTY'S HIGH' COMMISSIONEI? arnd GOVhRN()R-G7NE- RAL of BlITISH NORTH AMERICA. [London: Ridgways, 1899. The publication of these official documents, in the compendious form of a single volume, gives us the opportunity of rec
April 1, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE WOOL TRADE.

THE WOOL TRADE.

THA WOOL aADR. TRADE OV LxsDs.-Our markets at both Cloth Units have again been very brisk this week, and low qualities of goods are a shade higher In prices. Businees on the wheie hbis been dull In the ware. houses during the reeok, but the Impression is gaining ground that there
April 1, 1839 - Morning Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ME QUEEN S COURT, Sc. Her Majesty held a. Court on Saturday afternoon. Marshal Clauzel had an audience of the

ME QUEEN S COURT, Sc. Her Majesty held a. Court on Saturday afternoon. Marshal Clauzel had an audience of the

Queen in the Royal Closet. The Marshal was introduced by Lord Viscount Palmerston, ?? her Majesty's principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. The Marshal afterwards presented to her Majesty his Aide-de-Camp Mons. de Ranee, his Se- cretary Mons. Chauvet, and the Baron Cre
April 1, 1839 - Morning Post - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY WAKES. tlgtt

SUNDAY WAKES. tlgtt

lhe Committee of the Society for the f,| 'Pl"*r r Of Sunday Wakes, of which' the Bishop of n c ford ir President, have called a special meeting of tnM scribers for the- purpose of taking into consideration jrjl pedienry of petitioning the legislature for the ?? the immoral scene
April 1, 1839 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
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"» A B Visitation." i'or," '; ' 'H the ( 'w-n,o„ -A;- \V lit*, and hold ( ~k' "lir - ,'H Debtor*, pursuant J,*** be Mr. Sharp." j ASI 'I.H IJ, , ' ~ IJ,lslnes! ' Wilt, n Office f,,r |.Fl^,\ V young Person ti ( '' yn»elf generally etul ' , n-miuin only will | . ■ l '! e piirant n
April 1, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
London,

London,

SATURDAY. MARCH 30. France still remains without a Ministry. An attempt was making to form aii Administration -which Thiers and Guizot were to be excluded. ■was spoken of as President, Moltf, for Foreign Affairs, and Dupin, Htimann, and Teste were named likely to figure in the n
April 1, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
To the Editor of the Salisbury <§• Winchester Journal. It is not my intention, alter the present instance, to take

To the Editor of the Salisbury <§• Winchester Journal. It is not my intention, alter the present instance, to take

any notice of anonymous communications. It has been hinted to e, that the self-styled Yorkshireman is no less a personage than Dorsetshire, Wiltshire,oreven a Hampshire man—consequently a very near neighbour of mine. Now, if be not too sceptical to believe his own eye-sight, I w
April 1, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
CAUTION TO MOTHERS. TVfRS. JOHNSON'S AMERICAN SOOTHING SYRUP, FOII CHILDREN CUTTING THEIR TEETH. The great tucccss of this Medicine during

CAUTION TO MOTHERS. TVfRS. JOHNSON'S AMERICAN SOOTHING SYRUP, FOII CHILDREN CUTTING THEIR TEETH. The great tucccss of this Medicine during

the last twenty-five years has induced unprincipled persons to imitate it, under the name of American Soothing Syrup, and copying parts of Mrs. Johnson's Bills, &c. Parents will, therefore, be very particular ask for JOHNSON'S AMERICAN SOOTHING SYKUP, and to notice tbat the name
April 1, 1839 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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April 1, 1839 - Magnet (London) - London, London, England